Pry 5 Literacy

WEEK ONE

REVIEW OF YEAR FOUR WORK

WEEK TWO

  1. SPEECH: The Tenses (Modal Auxiliaries)
  2. STRUCTURE: Make sentences with “must”, “ought to”, “have to”
  3. READING: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
  4. GRAMMAR: Formal or official letters (features and styles)
  5. WRITING: Guided composition on how ‘I spent my Last holiday’
  6. DICTATION: Selected sentences from the passage read

WEEK THREE

  1. SPEECH: Sentences in the passive voice with and without an agent
  2. STRUCTURE: Mastering of the passive voice construction; changing active sentences to passive sentences
  3. READING: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
  4. GRAMMAR: Relative clauses using words such as “who”, “which”, and “that”
  5. WRITING: Writing abbreviated forms of letters
  6. DICTATION: Selected sentences from the passage read

WEEK FOUR

  1. SPEECH: Intonation practice in statements, questions, commands and requests
  2. STRUCTURE: Paragraph from children’s novels. Good Neighborlines
  3. READING: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
  4. GRAMMAR: Paragraphs major and minor characters
  5. WRITING: My best friend
  6. DICTATION: Selected sentences from the passage read

WEEK FIVE

  1. SPEECH: Reading poems on ‘Good Neighborliness”
  2. STRUCTURE: Selected poem based on the virtues of Good neighrborliness
  3. READING: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
  4. GRAMMAR: Formal letter to a village head or any other constituted authority
  5. WRITING: Features of formal letter
  6. DICTATION: Selected sentences from the passage read

WEEK SIX

  1. SPEECH: Making polite requests
  2. STRUCTURE: Sentence building on reported speech
  3. READING: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
  4. GRAMMAR: Choose the new word from group B that goes with each word in group A
  5. WRITING: Features invitation
  6. DICTATION: Selected sentences from the passage read

WEEK SEVEN

  1. SPEECH: Using the telephone (call and response in telephone conversation)
  2. STRUCTURE: Compare and contrast polite intonation and the rude or impolite tone/intonation in Dialogue
  3. READING: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
  4. GRAMMAR: Comparison of formal and informal letters in request of formal feature
  5. WRITING: Guided composition on bicycle
  6. DICTATION: Selected sentences from the passage read

 

WEEK EIGHT

  1. SPEECH: Intonation practice
  2. STRUCTURE: Reported speech
  3. READING: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
  4. GRAMMAR: Writing the opposite of the underlined words
  5. WRITING: Abbreviated forms of letters e.g. Telegram
  6. DICTATION: Selected sentences from the passage read

WEEK NINE

  1. SPEECH: Making reported statements, commands, question changing reports to direct speech.
  2. STRUCTURE: Sentence building
  3. READING: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
  4. GRAMMAR: Intonation practice on question tags
  5. WRITING: Describing a house
  6. DICTATION: Selected sentences from the passage read

WEEK TEN

  1. SPEECH: Simple narrative on the virtue of truthfulness
  2. STRUCTURE: Attributes of truthfulness
  3. READING: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
  4. GRAMMAR: Present tense and past tense
  5. WRITING: My School
  6. DICTATION: Selected sentences from the passage read

WEEK ELEVEN

  1. SPEECH: Direct and indirect speech
  2. STRUCTURE: Sentence building
  3. READING: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
  4. GRAMMAR: Debate ‘Corporal punishment should not be enforced in school’
  5. WRITING: Reply to an invitation letter
  6. DICTATION: Selected sentences from the passage read