Specific Learning Outcomes
By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:-
- use possessives to talk about social cohesion in various contexts,
- recognise possessives in oral communication,
- appreciate the use of possessiveness in speech to show ownership.
Suggested Learning Experiences
- Learners role play ownership of items/objects.
- In groups, learners use phrases to illustrate ownership.
- Learners identify objects in the classroom and attach appropriate possessives to them.
- In pairs, learners use interrogatives whose responses will be possessives like (my pen, his book).
Key Inquiry Question(s)
- What does your father, mother, friend, sister, teacher have?
- Whose ____ is it?
Core Competences to be developed: Communication and collaboration through the use of possesives, Self-efficacy through being assertive about what belongs to you
Link to PCIs: Life skills (Effective communication)
Links to other subjects : All subjects as possessives are used in language structures across the curriculum
Suggested non-formal activity to support learning: Find out what people own at home and share the findings at school.
Suggested Learning Resources: Realia, charts, pictures/ photographs showing ownership, audio-visual recordings of dialogues with sentence structures on possesives.
Link to Values: Unity, Respect for other people’s property.
Suggested Community Service Learning activities: Sharing about respect for other people’s property
Suggested assessment: Oral questions, portfolio, observation
Suggested Formative Assessment Rubric
Learner enjoys using a range of possessives appropriately in conversation to show ownership of a variety of objects and people.
Learner uses possessiveness appropriately in conversation, to show ownership of objects and people.
Learner sometimes uses a few possessiveness appropriately in conversation, to show ownership of objects and people.
Learner hardly uses possessiveness appropriately in conversation, to show ownership of objects and people.