The Themes and style
Character Analysis I
Introduction to “”the Blood of a Stranger”by Dele Charlery.
The Themes and Style
Introduction to “She stoops to Conquer” by Oliver Goldsmith
Role –Play “The Blood of a Stranger and “She Stoops to Conquer”
Introduction to “ The Dining Table” by Gbanabam Hallewell.
Introduction to “Home-less Not “Hopeless” by Sola Owonibi.
Introduction to “ The Fence” by Lenrie Peters.
Introduction to “The School Boy” by William Blake
Introduction to “Myopia” by Sly Cheney Coker.
Introduction to the “Crossing the Bar” by Alfred Tennyson
Introduction to “The Soul’s Errand” by Walter Raleigh.
Introduction to “ Upon An Honest Man’s Fortune”
General Overview of the Poems
Students to collect newspaper cuttings of finance houses.
Students compute gross and net profit using the two approach.
Students calculate the rate of turnover from a given data.
Students write short notes on types of business law from the board.
Resources; publications on government regulations.
Students copy notes from the board.
Resources; articles and memorandum of association.
Students outline the departments in organization.
Resources; charts, diagrams.
Students draw organizational chart in their notebooks.
Resources; charts, pictures, and newspaper cuttings.
Students distinguish between market and marketing.
- Meaning and characteristics of waves, tides and currents
- guide discussions of erosional processes and coastal landforms
- help students identify and describe features of coastal erosion and deposition.
- Guides and supervises students as they make annotated diagrams of landforms
- Takes students on field work to observe features of wave erosion and deposition
- Bring pictures of coastal landforms to school
- Participate in guided tour to observe coastal landforms.
Instructional Materials : Films, Pictures, Models, slides, Sketches and Annotated diagrams.
- Uses the globe, maps, diagrams and sketches to explain climatic factors and their influence on weather and
- Guides class discussions on :
- characteristics of major climatic types
- their geographic distribution and influence of climatic types on human activities
- classification of climate
- Takes students on a study trip to a meteorological stations
- Draw diagrams and sketches to show the effects of latitude, planetary winds, pressure, ocean currents, distance from the sea etc on climate.
- Draw a map of the world showing the distribution of climatic types/ regions
- Draw a map of the world showing Greek climatic classification system, and that, showing koppen’s classification
Maps, slides/power points, drawing paper, sketches and diagrams. Colour pencils , Tracing paper