This course is produced by Jesus House, Lagos, Nigeria; as part of the activities of the Tech-Relevant Teacher (TRT) Project, an Initiative of Bunmi Adedayo Foundation, sponsored by the Coca-Cola Foundation for Nigerian pupils in basic six, preparing for the Common Entrance Examination.
In the course we will be learning all about verbs as a part of speech. Moreover, we will be doing justice to the sub-topics as seen in the lesson objectives below. This lesson promises to be interactive, educative and engaging.
1. Define and identify regular and irregular verbs.
2. Identify and classify the various forms of verb tenses.
3. Differentiate between positive and negative statements .
4. Use question tags and appropriate responses in sentences.
- Lectures 8
- Quizzes 4
- Duration 2 hours, 20 minutes
- Students 1
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
Lesson 1: Regular and Irregular Verbs
Regular and irrgular verbs are verbs that form their past tense and past participle by adding markers such as ‘-d, -ed, -ied or –t’ to the present tense.
Lesson 2: Tenses
Tenses tell when the action of a verb takes place.
Lesson 3: Positive and Negative Statements
These are declarative statements believed to be factual ( positive- without not) or false (negative-with not). Starter: In five minutes, watch the video on Positive and Negative Statements and identify what makes a statement positive or negative.