- /u: / /u/ Ʒ: /Ʌ/
pool good first cut
screw cook, purse come
blue put earn, blood,
shoes push thirsty honey
moon look world money
/Ә/ /e/ /ᴐ:/ / ɒ /
about, bed, war pot
baker bread pork what
sailor said saw gone
labour bend sword cob
Evaluation: NOSEC Workbook 3 page 5-6 ( A&B)
Comprehension Vocabulary Development Adjectives of Smell, Taste, Shape (NOSEC, page 16) e.g. aromatic acrid, etc);
VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT: Modifiers- adjectives and verbs- to do with sense of smell.
CONTENT: Sense of smell (Olfactory words): Olfactory is an adjective that refers to anything that relates to sense of smell. Olfactory words are words that have to do with your sense of smell. E.g. aromatic, fragrant, scented, sweet, perfumed, pungent, stinking, fetrid, balmy,putrid, putrescent. They describe how things smell.
- The dead animal by the road has a putrid odour.
- I like aromatic
- I love the fragrant of the flower.
- The food is already
EVALUATION: 1. Identify ten adjectives that have to do with sense of smell and used them in sentences.
TEXT: NOSEC Book 3 page18-19.
EXTRACT. It is an obvious fact that man is a social animal who likes to live and work with human being of his type…Thus, it can be observed that cooperation is indispensable in all groups…
Evaluation (a) Attempt questions 1-10 pages 19-20 of NOSEC Book 3.
(b)Check for the meaning of all the new words used in the passage (in colour print) from your dictionary .
Assignment: Attempt questions 1-20 on page 7 of NOSEC Workbook 3.
TOPIC: Expressing/describing Emotions (verbs+ preposition) V+ to- infinitive
Emotion is a strong feeling of love, fear, disappointment, hate, anger, etc which affects the way you do things. We can express emotions or describe emotive behavior and feelings through the following means:
- Using verb +preposition
E.g. i. I was bitterly disappointed with my performance.
- I am pleased with your work.
- His mother was anxious about
- I was alarmed at her behavior.
- You should be ashamed of yourself.
- Using adjective/verb +to – infinitive
‘To – infinitive ‘is the basic form of a verb which does not change in all contexts: it is not affected by time, whether past, present or future. E.g.
- I am sorry to interrupt you. (Present)
- I was very anxious to meet her. (Past)
iii. I will be pleased to hear that you passed your examinations. (Future)
- I was bitterly disappointed to leave without seeing you.
- Using verb + that –clause
- We were happy that you have passed your examinations.
- He was delighted that he came first in English.
Iii.We were surprised that you came.
Make your sentences using these words below (the dictionary can be helpful)
- Interested (in)
- Certain (of, about),
- Happy (with, about)
- Hopeful (of, about)
- Afraid (of)
ASSIGNMENT: Attempt questions 1-10 on page 7 of Junior English Project 3.
TOPIC: Descriptive Essay
SUB TOPIC: My School Compound
A descriptive essay is the type of essay that gives the mental picture of a person, a place or an object. A good description, like other kinds of writing, need to be well organized . When you try to describe your personal experience about a person, a place or an object, your job is to try to bring such thing alive in the mind of the reader’s mind. Your reader should be able to use five senses, i.e. sight, sound, touch taste and smell.
The students should be guided to write a composition describing their school compound. The description should be vivid.