English Language Scheme of Work for SS2 (1st Term – 3rd Term) 2022/2023 Session

The scheme of work for English Language for SS2 (Senior Secondary schools one) in Nigeria has been made unified as approved by the ministry of education. Being unified means all schools be it private or government-owned are to adopt the same scheme as it is approved for preparing students for English Language exams in the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination.

The government-approved scheme of work for SS2 English Language for all topics is now available on our platform. This unified (used in all states) scheme of work covers all topics ranging from first term to third term which starts with introduction and revision of the previous term, midterm breaks, revision, examination, and vacation.

The SS2 English Language scheme of work government-approved subjects for all primary schools in Nigeria makes this scheme of work very important. It is the government revised scheme for all topics for SS2 English Language and it is applicable to all states. That is, schools (Private and government-owned) operating in all states in Nigeria are advised to make use of this scheme of work as it contains the approved curriculum.

English Language Scheme of Work for SS2 (1st Term - 3rd Term) [year]/[nyear] Session 1

English Language is a compulsory subject because they form the core foundation of development for students in secondary school level up to the higher institution. It is required amongst other subjects as an important subject combination in JAMB.

The SS2 English Language scheme of work seen here is the latest revised unified scheme of work according to the Ministry of Education. It is applicable in all states, it is the approved scheme for all Senior Secondary school levels that must be compulsorily adopted by all schools in Lagos, Ogun, Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Anambra, Delta state and all states in Nigeria be it private or public schools because it is from the scheme of work that WAEC questions in English Language are curled out from.

The government-approved SS2 English Language scheme of work here, states all the topics to be treated and how they should be taught. Teaching students in secondary schools require deep explanation and practical examples, that is, teachers need to be more practical in their teaching. Nowadays, audio-visual means are now being adopted by majorly private schools in teaching SS2 English Language as it helps the students better assimilate and recollect what has been taught.

SS2 English Language scheme of work here also highlights the time frame given to cover each subject because it is the government’s directive that all schools finish the academic session within the same time frame hence the need to cover all topics within the stipulated period which is usually within 11 to 12 weeks.

The government-approved scheme of work for SS2 English Language is the same as the scheme of work used by all states. Say, for instance, the federal government-approved scheme of work SS2 English Language is the same as the scheme of work used in the southern, eastern, and northern part of Nigeria.

In this post, we shall cover the followings:

  • The government approved a unified scheme of work for SS2 English Language for 2022
  • The unified scheme of work for English Language for SS2 (2022)
  • Govt. approved scheme of work for SS2 English Language for all 36 states in Nigeria including the FCT, Abuja.
  • Government-approved scheme of work for SS2 English Language first term.
  • Government-approved scheme of work for SS2 English Language 2nd term.
  • Government-approved scheme of work for SS2 English Language 3rd term.

Having listed the available SS2 English Language scheme of work for 2022/2023 academic session, I will be providing the full scheme below. All you need to do is identify the subject you need and make do with the information for your personal consumption.

Government Approved Scheme of Work for SS2 English Language 1st Term to 3rd Term 2022/2023 Session

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK 2022 – FIRST TERM

WEEK 1    Revision of last term examination questions WEEK 2-3      (a) Vocabulary /Oral skills development

Words Associated with Human internal Body system and function e.g heart, liver, etc

(b) Grammar (structural pattern) Noun phrase. Functions

©Literacy skills (Reading and writing) Reading for main gist/points

WEEK 4-5       (a) Vocabulary and Oral skills development Words Association with health eg drugs, pills, etc

  • Grammar (structural pattern)

Relative pronouns – Whom, whose, which, that, who

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing) Reading and summarizing an argument

WEEK 6-7        (a) Vocabulary and Oral skills development Words Associated with sport

  1. Names of major national games eg handball
  2. Words for sporting activities. Contest etc
  3. Venue for sport eg stadium
  4. Sports officials eg referee
  5. Games results eg winning

(b) Grammar (structural pattern) Nominalization

Parts of speech that is nominalized Adjectives, verbs

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing) Reading for summary

Meaning  of summary

Summarizing selected passages, reports, and stories

WEEK 8-9 (a) Vocabulary and Oral skills development Words Associated with building and construction Meaning of building

Some words associated with buildings. Eg plumbing, plot, land, etc

(b) Grammar (Structural Pattern) Verb forms

Active verbs, passive verbs

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing) Reading for note-taking

Differences between note-making and reading Steps in effective note-making

WEEK 10-11     (a) Vocabulary and Oral skills development Words Associated with the environment

Meaning of environment/types of environmental problems

(b) Grammar (Structural Pattern) Introduction to sequence of tenses

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing) Reading for implied meaning

Meaning of the implied  word

Identifying the implied meanings of words and sentences

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK 2022 – SECOND TERM

WEEK 1 Revision of last term’s examination question papers

WEEK 2-3        (a) Vocabulary and Oral skills development (Word modifiers)

Meaning of a word or phrase that describes a thing, an action, or an experience, eg Greenish, appetizing, bitter, rapidly, slowly monthly, etc. eg “He slowly moved to the gate”

(b) Grammar (structural pattern)

Phrasal verbs = verbs with more than one particle Examples

Go + on, go + through, look + out for, look + down   on, look + up to, look + forward to, put + for, put + up with, do + away with, keep + away from. Etc

© Literacy Skills (Reading and writing)

Reading different materials to discover

misleading statements, faulty reasoning, inconsistency, and illogicality in them.

WEEK 4-5 (a) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Prefixes as word extension, making for new meaning. Eg un in unhealthy, Miss in misspell, etc.

  • Grammar (Structural Pattern) Adjuncts = meaning

Adjuncts are adverbials modifying verbs Types of adjuncts eg place, manner, time, etc

© Literacy skills. (Reading and writing)

Reading to paraphrase poems and dramatic works

  1. Drama Theme/features
  2. Poetry Types of poetry

WEEK 6-7 (a) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Preservative prefixes

Meaning of the word preserve

(b) Grammar (Structural Pattern) Complex sentences or structure Features  of complex structure/sentence

©  Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading to pick out topic sentences in paragraphs and longer passages.

WEEK 8-9 (a) Vocabulary and Oral Sills Development Suffixes

Meaning of a suffix and examples

  • Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development Oral composition

Skills

  1. Narrative
  2. Descriptive

© Literacy Skills (reading and writing)

Reading for specific structural patterns on current issues like youth development,

gender, deregulation, human rights, religious and ethnic conflicts, etc.

WEEK 10-11     (a) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Spelling of words using the dictionary to check for correct spelling and meaning of words

(b) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Oral Composition

Expository Argumentative

© Literacy skills (reading and writing) Expository essay

Definition

Style/format, introduction, sequential, presentation of ideas, and a conclusion

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK 2022 – THIRD TERM

WEEK 1          Revision of last term’s examination questions WEEK 2-3 (a) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development

Speaking to persuade/convince in topics like (i)

Farmers are more important than doctors

(ii) women are better leaders than men ©corruption destroys a nation

(b)Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Listening to identity details

Meaning of detail. Some words that signify the presentation of details (a) as a result (b) for example, because, (c) In other words, such as consequently etc.

© Literacy Skills (Reading and writing) Argumentative writing

Definition Features

WEEK 4-5        (a) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Consonants/consonant clusters at initials eg two, bride etc

(b) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Three consonants and initial. Eg strike

© Literacy Skills (Reading and writing) Letter writing

Formal letters, types (examples of them), and features

WEEK 6-7        (a) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Unstressed Vowel Sounds

(b) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development

Words with five syllables stressed on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and fought syllables.

© Literacy Skills (Reading and writing) Technical and Scientific writing Features/format

WEEK 8-9 (a) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Intonation expressing surprise/disbelief

(b) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Intonation falling tone

© Literacy Skills (Reading and writing) Creative writing

Features of a short play or story – plot, style, setting, characterization, theme, etc.

WEEK 10-11 (a) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Rising tone

  • Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development Speaking skills

Argument, debate

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing) Freewriting

A short write–up based on interest or personal experience

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK 2022 – SECOND TERM

WEEK 1          REVISION OF FIRST TERMS WORK

WEEK 2           Vocabulary And Oracy Skill Development Words Associated with Religion

Christian Religion Phrasal verbs Comprehension

WEEK 3 Vocabulary And Oracy Skill Development Words Associated with Religion

Phrasal verbs Comprehension

WEEK 5           Words Associated with Islamic Religion Phrasal verbs

Continuous Writing (Descriptive Essay) Summary Writing

WEEK 6           Other Expressions associated with religion Adjuncts (Adverbs)

Continuous Writing Formal letter

WEEK 7           Vocabulary and Oracy Skill Development (Antonyms)

Adjuncts (Adverbs) Synonyms  Complex sentences

WEEK 8          Antonyms Complex sentences Letter Writing Formal letter

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK 2022 – THIRD TERM

WEEK 1          REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAM

WEEK 2          Vocabulary and Oral skill Development; Words Associated with Profession

  1. Advertising
  2. Some Selected Consonant sounds
  • Class Exercise
  1. Sentence Stress
  2. Consonants followed by /J/

WEEK 3           Words Associated with Advertising Selected Consonant sounds

Speech writing Class exercise Sentence stress

WEEK 4           Selected consonant sounds Words Associated with stock exchange Types and functions of subordinate clauses Class exercise

Consonants followed by K + W

WEEK 5          First Continuous Assessment

WEEK 6           Words commonly miss pelt Stress

Articles  Class Articles

WEEK 7           Reading comprehension Stress of words of two syllables Consonants followed by l

WEEK 8           Summary Writing Stress of Words of three syllables Sentence stress

WEEK 9          Stress of Words of three syllables and above

Emphatic stress Summary Writing Class exercise

WEEK 10          Syllabic consonants / L / Syllabic consonants / n /

Class exercise

I hope this has been helpful, especially for school owners, teachers, parents, and guardians who need it for the personal tutoring of their wards. The SS2 English Language scheme of work 2022 is government approved for all subjects taught at the elementary stage (primary school) for 2022 so if you have any questions as regards the subject matter please feel free to reach out to me via the comment section below and I will respond accordingly.

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