English Schemes - Grade 2 Schemes of Work Term 2 2023

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Week

Lesson

Strand / Theme

Sub Strand/Sub Theme

Specific Learning  Outcomes

Key Inquiry Questions

Learning Experience

Learning Resources

Assessment 

Remarks 

 

1

1

Reading Accidents

Connected Text  Reading And  Fluency

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: 

Recognise the consonant blends /fl/ in different spoken words.

Answer simple direct and indirect questions based on a text they have read,

Read a text transitioning from word by word to phrasal reading.

 

 

How can we tell where events have taken place?

In pairs, learners comprehend information through looking at pictures and title of a text and say what will happen in the story.

Learners pronounce the sounds /fl/ by taking turns, and as a whole class as modeled by the teacher, or audio record.

Learners are guided to get meaning of words and respond orally (in pairs or groups) to questions based on a text they have read (poem, story)

Regalia, flash cards, pictures/ photographs and, computer devices for audio-visual recordings of words without letter sound Correspondence.

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 56

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

 

2

Listening And Speaking 

Accidents

Language Structures And Functions 

Past Continuous Tense

 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Respond to questions using the past continuous tense about hygiene, simple injuries and first aid.

Appreciate the importance of communicating ideas using the past continuous tense.

What was your neighbor doing when you got home?

Learners respond to simple questions using the past continuous tense.

Learners Construct sentences based on pictures.

Charts, pictures/ photographs, regalia and audio-visual recordings of dialogues/ dramatization depicting the past continuous tense. 

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 54-55

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

 

3

Writing

Guided Writing

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Copy the pattern fl in his/her exercise book correctly, neatly and legibly.

Recognise the correct form and meaning of the words to be used in filling in gaps.

When do we use small letters?

Learners engage in group practice exercises write using capital and small letters correctly.

Learners match pictures with words and simple sentences.

Learners respond to the prompts presented to them and write the words correctly.

Learners fill in the gaps correctly

Regalia, slate and stylus, charts, word slides 

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 57

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

2

1

Reading Classroom

Connected Text Reading And Fluency

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: 

Recognise the consonant blends /gl/ in different spoken words.

Answer simple direct and indirect questions based on a text they have read,

Make predictions and anticipate possible outcomes of a story.

How can we pronounce the letters gl/?

In pairs, learners comprehend information through looking at pictures and title of a text and say what will happen in the story.

Learners pronounce the sounds /gl/ by taking turns, and as a whole class as modeled by the teacher, or audio record.

Learners are guided to get meaning of words and respond orally (in pairs or groups) to questions based on a text they have read (poem, story)

Regalia, flash cards, pictures/ photographs and, computer devices for audio-visual recordings of words without letter sound Correspondence 

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 60

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

 

2

Listening And Speaking Classroom

Language Structures And Functions. 

Numbers (Cardinal And Ordinal Numbers)

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

use ordinal and cardinal numbers to construct correct sentences for effective communication

Appreciate the importance of cardinal and ordinal numbers in communication.

How many months are there in a year?

In pairs, learners use ordinal and cardinal numbers to construct correct sentences

Learners use objects that are in the classroom and the school compound to demonstrate the correct use of ordinal and cardinal numbers.

Learners group objects in terms of number.

Pictures/ photographs, regalia, charts, flash cards and computer devices with audio-visual recordings of dialogues/ dramatization depicting cardinal and ordinal numbers. 

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 58-59

Oral questions, portfolio, observation

 

 

3

Writing

Guided Writing

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Copy the given words correctly, legibly and neatly.

Recognise the correct form and meaning of the words to be used in filling in gaps.

Why should we write legibly, and correctly?

Learners engage in group practice exercises write using capital and small letters correctly.

Learners to play the puzzle in pairs.

Learners respond to the prompts presented to them and write the words correctly.

Regalia, slate and stylus, charts, word slides. 

Oxford New Progressive Primary English

Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 61

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.

 

3

1

Reading Classroom

Connected Text Reading And Fluency.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: 

Recognise the consonant blends /dr/ in different spoken words.

Answer simple direct and indirect questions based on a text they have read.

Use common context clues to increase comprehension of a text.

How can we pronounce the letters /dr/?

In pairs, learners comprehend information through looking at pictures and title of a text and say what will happen in the story.

Learners pronounce the sounds /dr/ by taking turns, and as a whole class as modeled by the teacher, or audio record.

Learners are guided to get meaning of words and respond orally (in pairs or groups) to questions based on a text they have read (poem, story)

Learners can track text using their fingers.

Regalia, flash cards, pictures/ photographs and, computer devices for audio-visual recordings of words without letter sound Correspondence.

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 64-65

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

 

2

Listening And Speaking Classroom

Language Structures And Functions Numbers (Cardinal And Ordinal Numbers)

 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Use ordinal and cardinal numbers to group objects that are in the classroom for effective communication.

Appreciate the importance of cardinal and ordinal numbers in communication.

Which is the tenth month of the year?

Learners talk about the number of objects in the classroom in groups, pairs and individually

Learners identify things in the environment and count them.

Learners listen to a poem, story or text containing cardinal and ordinal numbers.

Pictures/ photographs, regalia, charts, flash cards and computer devices with audio-visual recordings of dialogues/ dramatization depicting cardinal and ordinal numbers. 

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 62-63

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

 

3

Writing

Guided Writing

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Write words from a prompt to demonstrate mastery of vocabulary,

Recognise the correct form and meaning of the words to be used in filling in gaps.

Appreciate the importance of writing correct meaningful words, phrases and sentences.

When do we use small letters?

Learners engage in group practice exercises write using capital and small letters correctly.

Learners match pictures with words and simple sentences.

Learners respond to the prompts presented to them and write the words correctly.

Learners fill in the gaps correctly.

Regalia, slate and stylus, charts, word slides.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg.66

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

4

1

Reading The Farm

Connected Text Reading And Fluency.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: 

Recognise the consonant blends /pr/ in different spoken words.

Answer simple direct and indirect questions based on a text they have read.

Use common context clues to increase comprehension of a text.

How can we pronounce the letters /pr/?

In pairs, learners comprehend information through looking at pictures and title of a text and say what will happen in the story.

Learners pronounce the sounds /pr/ by taking turns, and as a whole class as modeled by the teacher, or audio record.

Learners are guided to get meaning of words and respond orally (in pairs or groups) to questions based on a text they have read (poem, story)

Learners can track text using their fingers.

Regalia, flash cards, pictures/ photographs and, computer devices for audio-visual recordings of words without letter sound Correspondence.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 70-71

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

 

2

Listening And Speaking The Farm

Language Structure And Functions  

Word Sets: Gender Sets For Animals/People  Opposites.

 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Identify the gender sets of animals correctly in a conversation.

Enjoy a word game using gender sets and opposites in communicating ideas.

Can a bull/ox give us milk?

In groups, learners discuss the males and females of domestic animals.

Learners construct sentences using words for male and female animals that are familiar and are guided to use those that are unfamiliar.

Charts, pictures/ photographs, regalia and audio-visual recordings of dialogues/ dramatization showing the use of opposites.

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 68-69

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.

 

 

3

Writing 

Guided Writing

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Copy the pattern pr correctly, neatly and legibly.

Appreciate the importance of writing correct meaningful words, phrases and sentences.

Why should we write legibly, and correctly?

Learners write meaningful sentences and paragraphs with the guidance of the teacher.

Learners write the pattern /pr/ correctly.

Regalia, slate and stylus, charts, word slides.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 71

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.

 

5

1

Reading

Connected Text Reading And Fluency.

 

 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: 

Recognise the consonant blends /cr/ in different spoken words.

Answer simple direct and indirect questions based on a text they have read.

Enjoy reading the poem with the word pattern /cr/

How can we pronounce the letters /cr/?

In pairs, learners comprehend information through looking at pictures and title of a text and say what will happen in the story.

Learners pronounce the sounds /cr/ by taking turns, and as a whole class as modeled by the teacher, or audio record.  

Learners are guided to get meaning of words and respond orally (in pairs or groups) to questions based on a text they have read (poem, story)

Learners can track text using their fingers.

Regalia, flash cards, pictures/ photographs and, computer devices for audio-visual recordings of words without letter sound Correspondence.

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 74-76

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

 

2

Listening And Speaking

Language Structure And Functions

 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Use the opposites to discuss animals and people at the farm.

Enjoy a word game using gender sets and opposites in communicating ideas.

When do you go to sleep?

Learners work with pictures to show opposites.

Learners draw pictures to show gender.

Learners construct sentences using words for male and female animals that are familiar, and are guided to use those that are unfamiliar.

Charts, pictures/ photographs, regalia and audio-visual recordings of dialogues/ dramatization showing the use of opposites.

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 72-73

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.

 

 

3

Writing

Guided Writing

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: write words in order correctly

 

Why is it important to write words in the correct order?

Learners match pictures with words and simple sentences.

Learners to draw simple pictures of farm animals.

Regalia, slate and stylus, charts, word slides.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 77

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.

 

6

1

Reading

Connected Text Reading And Fluency.

 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: 

Recognise the consonant blends /fr/ in different spoken words.

Answer simple direct and indirect questions based on a text they have read.

Read a text transitioning from word by word to phrasal reading.

How can we pronounce the letters /fr/?

In pairs, learners comprehend information through looking at pictures and title of a text and say what will happen in the story.

Learners pronounce the sounds /fr/ by taking turns, and as a whole class as modeled by the teacher, or audio record.

Learners are guided to get meaning of words and respond orally (in pairs or groups) to questions based on a text they have read (poem, story)

Learners can track text using their fingers.

Regalia, flash cards, pictures/ photographs and, computer devices for audio-visual recordings of words without letter sound Correspondence.

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 80-81

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

 

2

Listening And Speaking.  

Positions And Directions.

Language Structure And Functions.  

Prepositions (Beside, Above, Over, Through, Below, Across, To, At)

 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: 

Use simple prepositions accurately to describe the position, location and direction of things.

Appreciate use of prepositions to describe the position and location of people, places and things.

Where do you keep your books/cups?

Learners listen to and answer oral questions from stories

Learners work in groups to demonstrate various positions involving the prepositions learnt.

Learners sing short songs/rhymes.

In pairs, learners construct sentences orally using prepositions.

Charts, pictures/ photographs, regalia, and audiovisual recordings of dialogues/ dramatization of scenarios with prepositions.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 78-79

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

 

3

Writing

Punctuation

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Use full stops, capital and small letters, question marks and exclamation marks correctly.

Recognise appropriate punctuation marks in a text.

Appreciate use of capital letters, small letters, full stops, exclamation marks and question marks in writing.

When do we use capital letters?

When do we use small letters?

Learners engage in group practice exercises write using capital and small letters correctly.

Learners to write sentences given in their exercise books correctly while observing the punctuation marks.

Regalia, charts, posters on different punctuation marks.

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 81  

 

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

7

1

Reading

Word Reading

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Read more complex grade level vocabulary without letter sound correspondence in different formats.

Appreciate reading simple, short narratives and informational texts in a variety of genres.

Read words with the sound /sp/ accurately, correctly and fluently. 

How can you read many words in a given text?

Learners recognise and read more short words as modeled, in groups, pairs and individually through various word attack skills such as look and say, exposure, context clues etc.

Learners play word ladder game by placing words on top of one another as they pronouncewords or listen to audio/visual recording of words without letter sound correspondence

Word slides, word wheels, regalia, charts, pictures/ photographs and models of blends, audio-visual recordings of consonant blends.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 85-86

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.

 

 

2

Listening And Speaking.  \

Positions And Directions

Language Structure And Functions.  

Prepositions (Beside Above, Over, Through, Below, Across, To, At)

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Use simple prepositions accurately to describe the position, location and direction of things.

Appreciate use of prepositions to describe the position and location of people, places and things.

Use the correct prepositions to fill in the gaps in the sentences given.

Where are the school toilets?

Where do you play?

Learners play language games containing prepositions

Learners listen to a story, poem or conversation containing prepositions.

Learners work in groups to demonstrate various positions involving the prepositions learnt.

Charts, pictures/ photographs, regalia, and audiovisual recordings of dialogues/ dramatization of scenarios with prepositions.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 82-84

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.

 

 

3

Writing

Spelling

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Spell and write the words learnt in the vocabulary lesson correctly for effective communication.

Write the words dictated by the teacher accurately and correctly.

Write the word patterns sp correctly, legibly and neatly.

Why is it important to spell words correctly?

Learners listen and repeat words as modeled, name the letters that make a word and write the word legibly and correctly.

Learners to copy the word patterns sp in their exercise books.

Regalia, charts, posters on neatly written words, jigsaw puzzles, pictorial and digital children’s dictionary.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 86

Oral questions, portfolio, observation

 

8

Reading Environment

Comprehension

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Read the sound /sm/ correctly in preparation to reading.

Identify the people/animals, where action takes place or the information in a text for comprehension.

Answer simple direct and indirect questions based on a text they have read.

How can we tell where events have taken place?

In pairs, learners comprehend information through looking at pictures and title of a text and say what will happen in the story.

In pairs and groups, learners talk about where the action is taking place, who is involved, using clues from pictures and the text.

Learners are guided to get meaning of words and respond orally (in pairs or groups) to questions based on a text they have read (poem, story)

Regalia, charts, posters and audiovisual materials on direct and indirect questions.

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 90-91

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation

 

 

2

Listening And Speaking.  

Environment

Language Structure And Functions.  

A, An And The

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

use a, an correctly in conversations.

Appreciate the use of articles in effective communication.

Use a and an to complete sentences correctly.

What do you buy at the school/mark et?

Learners name objects in the school environment and attach appropriate articles to them

Learners observe objects in a picture or the immediate environment and use correct articles to talk about them.

Regalia, charts, pictures/ photographs and audio-visual recordings of dialogues/ dramatization depicting the use of articles.

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 88-89

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.

 

 

3

Writing

Guided Writing

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Appreciate the importance of writing correct meaningful words, phrases and sentences.

Write words from a prompt to demonstrate mastery of vocabulary.

How do you write words starting with sm?

Learners rearrange words to make short phrases and sentences.

Learners write meaningful sentences in pairs from simple substitution table.

Learners respond to a prompt and write paragraph of 2 meaningful simple sentences on a visit to a park.

Regalia, slate and stylus, charts, word slides.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 91

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.

 

9

1

Listening And Speaking

Pronunciation And Vocabulary

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Recognise the consonant blends dr, bl, fl, gl, in different spoken words.

Recognise new words used in the theme to acquire a range of vocabulary and their meaning.

Pronounce the vocabulary related to the theme correctly for effective communication.

What new words have you learnt?

What are the meanings of the words you have learnt?

Learners pronounce the sounds by taking turns, and as a whole class as modeled by the teacher, or audio record.

In pairs, learners use meaningful phrases and simple sentences with words that have the learnt sounds.

Regalia, charts, pictures/ photographs and models of learnt sounds, audiovisual recordings of minimal pairs, dialogues, stories and poems with new words.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 92-93

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.  
 

2

Listening And Speaking

Environment

Language Structure And Functions  

A, An And The

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Use a, an and the correctly in conversations,

Identify and talk about things in the environment using articles correctly in longer conversations.

Appreciate the use of articles in effective communication.

What do you buy at the market?

Learners engage in question and answer dialogues to talk about some objects/items in the neighborhood using the correct articles.

Learners name objects in the school environment and attach appropriate articles to them.

Learners fill the cloze word puzzle with the correct use of a, an or the in pairs.

Regalia, charts, pictures/ photographs and audio-visual recordings of dialogues/ dramatization depicting the use of articles.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 93-94

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.  

 

3

Reading  

Environment

Word Reading

 

 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Read more complex grade level vocabulary without letter sound correspondence in different formats,

Read a decodable text containing non-decodable words fluently.

Enjoy reading grade level vocabulary in a variety of genre.

How do we pronounce the sounds /bl/ /fl/ /dr/ /gl/ /fr/ /cl/ /sp/?

Learners recognise and read more short words as modeled, in groups, pairs and individually through various word attack skills such as look and say, exposure, context clues etc.

Learners play word ladder game by placing words on top of one another as they pronounce words or listen to audio/visual recording of words without letter sound correspondence

Learners to join scrambled words to make correct words in pairs.

Story books, poems, newspaper cutting on children’s stories.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 94-96

Oral questions, portfolio, observation

 

10

1

Writing

Guided Writing

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Copy the pattern br dr fl and gl correctly, neatly and legibly in their exercise books.

Recognise the correct form and meaning of the words to be used in filling in gaps,

Appreciate the importance of writing correct meaningful words, phrases and sentences.

Why should we write legibly, correctly and correctly?

Learners to write the word patterns correctly. 

Learners fill in the gaps correctly.

Learners write meaningful sentences and paragraphs with the guidance of the teacher by looking at the given picture.

Regalia, slate and stylus, charts, word slides.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 96

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.

 

 

2

Listening And Speaking.  

Technology

Language Structure And Functions.  

Possessives Mine, Yours, Ours, Hers, His.

 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Use possessives correctly to show ownership.

Enjoy asking and answering questions about technology using possessives.

Whose pen is this?

Learners role play ownership of items and objects.

In pairs/ small groups, learners construct sentences using possessives based on the role play.

Pictures/ photographs, regalia, charts and computer devices with audio-visual recordings of dialogues/ dramatization depicting possessives.

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 98-99

Oral questions, portfolio, observation

 

 

3

Reading

Connected Text Reading And Fluency.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

Read the sounds /fr/ /sp/ and /tr/ audibly and correctly. 

Observe basic punctuation marks as they read.

Appreciate reading simple, short narratives and informational texts in a variety of genres.

How can you read many words in a given text?

Learners read while observing commas, full stops and question marks in pairs.

Learners practice reading unfamiliar sentences containing decodable and non-decodable words from printed text, charts, tablets, mobile phone, laptops, computers or overhead projector.

Regalia, flash cards, pictures/ photographs and, computer devices for audio-visual recordings of words without letter sound Correspondence.  

Oxford New Progressive Primary English Learners Book/Grade 2 pg. 100-101

Oral questions, Portfolio, Observation.

 

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END OF TERM ASSESSMENT AND CLOSING

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