Vocabulary (Culture and gender) P.3

In this unit you will learn Self awareness, effective communication, assertiveness and preserving culture

Vocabulary

Theme Sub – theme

Skills

Lessons content

Evaluation activity

Culture and gender in our division/ sub county
Customs in our division/ sub county.

Self awareness, effective communication, assertiveness.

Vocabulary.

Sing, wear, greet, food, cry, pray, kneel, dance, happy, sad, pain, sick.

1. Spelling exercise

a. Kneel b. wear c. greet d. pray

2. Make sentences using;

Happy , sad, cry, dance.

 

Theme

Sub theme

Skills

Lessons content

Culture and gender in our sub – county / division.

Customs in our division / sub county.

Self awareness, effective communication, assertiveness.

Picture interpretation.

Use the given structures correctly.

What did Mary ………. ( done, do)

Ali ………….his father yesterday. ( greet)

Did John …..in the morning? ( pray)

10. Did Rose………? ( cry)

No, ………….

Yes, ………….

11. What did Joan………..? ( write)

12. Peter ………a nice shirt last week.( wear)Theme

 

Lesson evaluation

Culture and gender in our division/ sub county.

Gender

Self awareness, assertiveness, effective communication.

Vocabulary

Share, work, help, same, different, beat, kids, slap, eat,, cake, milk, hungry, wash, cook, mop, wash.

 

Culture and gender in our division/ sub county.

Gender

Effective communication, creative thinking, self – awareness, decision – decision making.

Structures

Why did he/ she/ they run away from ……( school/ home)?

He / she/ they ran away from ( school/ home) because the ( teacher, mother, father) kicked / slapped/beat him/her)

Why was / were he/ she/ they beaten/ kicked/ slapped?

Who …….. ( slapped/ kicked/ beat ……him/her/ them?

 

Culture and gender in our division / sub county.

Ways of promoting and preserving culture
Effective communication, creative thinking, self, awareness, decision making.

Vocabulary.

Sing, dance, play, blow , flute, drum, sick, medicine, needles, razor blade, syringe, safety pins, scissors, tablets, children. 

Culture and gender in our division/ sub county.

Ways of promoting and preserving culture.

Effective communication, creative thinking, self awareness, decision – making.

Structure

Never share ( needles, safety pins, razor blades)

You / he / she should always take ( medicine./ tablets) when you/ he / she is/ are sick.

He / she/ they/ we/ I can play a ( drum/ piano) but I/she/ we/ they/ he cannot play/ blow a ( flute/ drum)

Fill in the gaps with correct words.

Never share……….. ( stones, needles)

My sister was …………..when she was sick. ( medicine, pencils)

Mirembe can play a ……… ( bicycle, piano)

The doctor told me to take two…every morning. ( tablets, sodas)

He cut himself with a ……. ( safety pin, razor blade)

Culture and gender in our division / sub county.

 

Relationships
Vocabulary

Teachers, pupils, parents, monitor, family, sister, cousin, brother, nephew, uncle, aunt, son, first born.

Types of families

i. Nuclear family – parents and their biological children.

ii. Extended family – parents, their children and other relatives.

Make meaningful sentences using each of the words below.

Parents, last born, niece, cousin, nephew, twins, daughters, aunt, uncle, first born.

Culture and gender in our division/ sub county

Relationships

Structures

How many ……..have you?

I have six ……….. ( brothers/ sisters)

How many brothers does he have?

He has four brothers.

Who is your little sister?

What position do you hold in the family?

Answer the given questions in full sentences.

How many sisters do you have?

How many brothers does Mary have?

What position does Peter hold in the family?

How old is your eldest brother?

What is the name of your last born?

How many members are in your family?

 

Culture and gender in our division/ sub – county.

Relationships

Self – awareness, appreciation, creative thinking.

Poem – The son of my father

Answer the given questions in full sentences.

What do you call your father’s daughter?

Who is a brother?

How many stanzas does the poem have?

Who is a cousin?

Who is happy?

Write the opposites of;

i) uncle

ii. Nephew

 

Jumbled story

– She feared to go there alone.

– Jane got a stick and killed it.

– Mother sent Halima to the well to fetch water.

– As they walked to the well, they saw a snake.

– Halima called her friend Jane to escort her.

Culture and gender in our division/ sub – county Tenses of irregular verbs,

Effective thinking, assertiveness, self awareness.

Vocabulary

Note: Irregular verbs are which don’t add ed in the past form.

e.g present – past

hear – heard

throw – threw

dig – dug

read – read

draw – drew

spell – spelt

drink – drank

tell – told

drive – drove

leave – left

cost – cost

pay – paid

lose – lost

buy – bought

Write the past form of the given words.

1. Bring    6. Catch

2. Ride     7. Sleep

3. Fight    8. Sweep

4. Sing     9. Swim

5. See     10. Speak
Use the correct form of the given words to fill in the gaps

11. The farmer ………….in his garden yesterday. ( dig)

12. We ………..milk tea last morning. (drink)

13. Peter ……….the books in the book shelf. ( keep)

14. Joanita……….the sweetest cake. ( choose)

15. The pupils …………matooke and meat last Friday. ( eat)

ASSIGNMENT : Vocabulary (Culture and gender) P.3 ASSIGNMENT MARKS : 10  DURATION : 1 week, 3 days

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