Specific Learning Outcomes
By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:-
- ask questions about technology phone using ‘what’, ‘who’ and ‘where’,
- use what, who and where to denote person, object, and place,
- appreciate the use of what, who and where to seek information.
Suggested Learning Experiences
- Learners role play activities that will elicit use of where, who and what.
- Learners ask questions using the terms who, what and where in pairs/small groups.
Learners use songs/short poems to practice the use of the questions with who, what and where.
- Learners use simple questions and dialogues.
- Learners repeat sentence structures containing WH- questions from a story, poem or conversation they have listened to.
Key Inquiry Question(s)
- What is the name of your friend?
- Where is their home?
- Who is your best friend?
How does your father/mother talk to people who are far away?
Core Competences to be developed: Communication and collaboration as they ask questions in pairs and small groups , Self efficacy, Learning to learn as they ask questions using WH questions.
Link to PCIs: Life skills (effective communication)
Links to other subjects : Seek information in all subjects
Suggested non-formal activity to support learning: Learners can visit members of the community and find out information like name, interest and places they have visited
Suggested Learning Resources: Pictures, photographs and models of people using mobile phones, audio-visual recordings of dialogues with telephone conversations that have “ Wh” questions.
Link to Values: Respect, Responsibility, Unity
Suggested Community Service Learning activities: Helping others to use gadgets for communication
Suggested assessment: Oral questions, portfolio, observation
Suggested Formative Assessment Rubric
Learner always frames questions correctly using a variety of Wh- words to get information.
Learner frames questions correctly using Wh- words to get information.
Learner sometimes frames questions correctly using some Wh-words to get information.
Learner hardly uses Wh- words correctly to get information.