English Schemes - Grade 2 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023

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WEEK

LESSON

STRAND THEME

SUB STRAND

SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES

KEY INQUIRY QUESTIONS

LEARNER EXPERIENCE

LEARNING RESOURCES

ASSESSMENT METHODS

REFLECTION

1

1-2

SCHOOL

Language structure and function The verb “to be”

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to use past forms of The verb “to be” correctly to construct simple sentences about things in the past.

As you were coming to school how many did you see?

Learners to be describe their own and other constructed action using was and were

Flash cards Regalia

Written exercises

 

 

3

SCHOOL

Language structure and function

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to use past forms of The verb “to be” in the sentences.

What are they doing?

In small groups learners describe how people using the past form of the verb “to be”

Models of verb using “was “and “were”

Written exercises

Oral questions

 

2

1-3

SCHOOL

Language structure The verb “to be”

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to use past forms of The verb “to be” in their day to day conversations.

What are other things did you see?

Learners take part in role play and language games that allow them to take part in various actions

Dialogue

Written exercises

Oral questions

 

3

1-3

Activities at home subject verb agreement “was” and “were”

Language structure

The verb “to be”

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to correct use of subject in agreement sentences

What is Sarah holding? What are the girls holding

Learners to construct correct sentences based on pictures showing singular and plural subjects

Pictures

Oral questions

 

4

1-2

Activities at home subject verb agreement “was” and “were”

Language structure and function

The learner should be able to construct simple sentences about activities at home

What was she doing?

In small groups/ pairs learners to construct on demonstrated actions by one r more learners. Construct sentences using displayed regalia representing singular and plural

Regalia

Written exercises

 

4

 

3

 

Activities at home subject verb agreement “was” and “were”

Language structure and function

The learner should be able to construct correct sentences in conversation for effective communication

What were they holding?

The learner should be able to construct correct sentences with subject verb agreement in conversation for effective communication

Pictures

Dialogue on subject verb agreement

Oral questions

 

5

1-2

Transport

Objective him, her, them and you, us, me

The learner should be able to use objective pronoun correctly to construct simple sentences about transport

What do you use to come to school?

Learners to work in pairs to construct sentences using objective pronouns

Pictures Dialogue

Oral questions

 

 

3

Transport

Objective him, her, them and you, us, me

The learner should be able to pick out objective pronoun to improve oral communication

What does your mother use to go to the market?

Learners to construct sentences on the means of transport using locally available and the objective pronounce. This car belongs to Amina. This car belongs to her.

Regalia Pictures

Oral questions Written exercise

 

6

1-3

Transport

Objective him, her, them and you, us, me

The learner should be able to use objective pronoun for effective communication in a story, poem or conversation

What use to visit your aunt and uncle?

Learners to listen to a story, poem or conversation on communication

Story books Pictures

Oral questions

 

7

1-3

Time and months of the year

The verb to have

  • Have
  • Has
  • Had

The learner should be able to use various forms of the verb to have A main verb to talk about months of the year, o’clock, am and pm for effective objective pronoun for effective communication

How many months does a year have?

Learners to work in pairs to construct sentences using singular and plural subjects on different forms of the verb to have

chart

Oral questions

 

8

1-3

Time and months of the year

The verb to have

  • Have
  • Has
  • Had

The learner should be able to recognize correct use of the verb in different contexts

How many fingers do you have?

Learners construct sentences on their body parts

Body parts

Oral questions

 

9

1-3

Time and months of the year

The verb to have

  • Have
  • Has
  • Had

The learner should be use the verb to have for effective communication

Can you name some of the things you see at home?

Learners to construct sentences on the things they have at home and at school

Regalia

Oral questions Written exercises

 

 

1-2

Shopping Things w buy

Plurals of irregular nouns (-ies, -ves)

The learner should be able to distinguish between singular and plural nouns including irregular nouns for clear communications

How do we change irregular nouns to plural?

Learners in groups to construct sentences about the market, shop, supermarket and shopping list using plural of irregular nouns

Regalia

Oral questions Written exercises

 

10

3

Shopping Things w buy

Plurals of irregular nouns (-ies, -ves)

The learner should be able to construct sentences based on pictures of nouns that take plural of irregular nouns ies, -ves)

What can you see in the picture?

Learners in groups to construct sentences about based on pictures of nouns that take the taught form

Pictures

Oral questions Written exercises

 

11

1-2

The garden

Present continuous tense

The learner should be able to use Present continuous tense to talk about food we eat/ health and nutrition for effective communications

What are you doing?

Learners construct sentences from ongoing demonstrations

Construct sentences based on pictures

Pictures

Oral questions Written exercises

 

 

3-

The garden

Present continuous tense

The learner should be able to use Present continuous tense a given context

What is the teacher doing?

Learners compete in groups in changing verbs from Present continuous tense

Pictures

Oral questions Written exercises

 

12

1-3

The garden

Present continuous tense

The learner should be able to demonstrate by asking and answering questions using Present continuous tense

What are you doing?

Learners to take part in

demonstrations , ask and answer questions using Present continuous tense

Pictures

Oral questions

 

13

1-2

Accidents

Past continuous tense

The learner should be able to describe actions using past continuous tense for effective communications

What was your parent doing when you got home?

Learners to construct sentences using past continuous tense

Pictures

Oral questions

 

 

3

Accidents

Past continuous tense

The learner should be able to change verbs from present simple continuous to enhance communication past continuous tense about hygiene, simple injuries and first aid

What were you doing yesterday when it rained?

In groups Learners to take part in changing verbs from simple present to questions using past continuous tense  past continuous tense

Flash cards

Oral questions Written exercises

 

14

1-3

Accidents

Past continuous tense

The learner should be able to respond to questions using

What was she doing?

Learners to respond to simple

Workbook

Oral questions Written

 

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