JSS3 English Studies Lesson Note (First Term) 2024

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Please note that the first term lesson note is curled out from the government approved scheme of work for Junior Secondary school. So you can do your verification as well and compare the first term lesson note for JSS3 English as seen on the free PDF file made available towards the end of this post.

JSS3 English Studies Lesson Note (First Term) [year] 1

The JSS3 English lesson note for first term is in line with the 2024 the for the term. This means the JSS3 English lesson note is tailored towards achieving the aim and objective for the subject as mandated by the ministry of education.

Below is The English Scheme of work from which the English JSS3 first term lesson note was drafted from:


WEEK 1 Revision

Grammar: Revision of parts of speech: Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs and Adjective

Composition: Informal Letter

Literature – in – English: Introduction to Fiction and non-fiction


2 SPEECH WORK: The Schwa sound / /

Grammar: Expressing/describing emotions (Verb+ preposition)

Reading and comprehension: purpose

Composition: Informal Letter

Literature – in – English: Poetry

3 SPEECH WORK: Stress and Intonation

Grammar: Adverbs of Frequency

Comprehension: Reading

Composition: Writing a Story

Literature – in – English: Reading of recommended prose text

  1. SPEECH WORK: Consonant /3/ and /d3/

Grammar: Changing positive statement to negative

Reading and comprehension: critical reading:

Literature in English: Introduction to rhyme scheme

  1. SPEECH WORK: consonant sounds/d/,/Ө/,/z/

Grammar: Modal forms–will, can, could, etc

Reading and comprehension: reading to identify the meanings of words in various contexts

Composition: Revisit the formal and informal letter

Literature – in – English: Use the recommended text on Drama (ii) Theme/setting in the recommended text

  1. SPEECH WORK: Contrasting /3:/ and /c/

Grammar: Adjectives and Adverbs

Reading and comprehension: reading to identify the facts and opinions in a given passage

Composition: Formal Letter

Literature – in – English: use recommended text on Drama, (ii) characterization and plot in the recommended text

  1. SPEECH WORK: The consonant sound // and // (contrast)

Grammar: Adverbs of place and manner

Reading and comprehension – reading to explain the facts and opinions in a selected passage

Composition: Debate

Literature – in – English: Rhyme scheme

8 SPEECH WORK: the consonant

Grammar: Idiomatic expression

Reading and comprehension: refer for week 6

Composition: descriptive essay – My favourite Subject

Literature – in – English: Revision

  1. SPEECH WORKS: The consonant sound /w/ and /j/

Grammar: Adverbs of cause and reason

Reading and comprehension: A revision of week 4

Composition: Debate

Literature – in – English: Revision of the recommended text (ii) Revision on literary terms





At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to understand and answer the following questions:

  1. Why are paragraphs inevitable in when writing?
  2. Here are two more paragraphs about locusts. One is well written and the other is not. Read paragraphs A and B and answer the following questions-A. Locusts live in two forms or phases, as they are called: the solitary phase and the gregarious phase. In the solitary phase, they live alone like any other grasshopper, and cause little damage. But if their numbers increase, they enter the gregarious phase. In this phase, they can become swarms big enough to darken the sky, and then they are very dangerous.B. In a few hours a swarm of locusts can eat all the vegetation in an area. A swarm of locusts can cause terrible damage. For example, 10,000 million locusts can eat 20,000 tonnes of food in a day. So in one day, they can eat enough maize to feed 100,000 people for a year.1. Identify the topic sentence of the paragraphs A & B.2. Which of the two paragraphs is well written? Why?
  3. Rewrite the badly written paragraph.
  4. What is a prose?
  5. Mention and discuss the characteristics of a prose.
  6. Discuss the four types of prose that you know.
  7. Mention four Reading strategies
  8. State the 3 types of letter with features of each

The above are what is expected of a JSS3 student to know and be able to understand with ease. The JSS3 English first term lesson note here is aided with images so it makes it easier not just for the students but for the teachers too.

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