History Scheme of Work Primary School

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HISTORY CURRICULUM FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL

Primary One

Theme one:      Concept of History

Topic:              Meaning of History/Family History

Theme Two:    Origins and Peopling

Topic:              People and Places in the Community

Theme Three:  Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria

Topic:              Heroes and Heroines in the community

Theme Four:    Political Development in Nigeria

Topic:              Traditional Rulers

                        Title Holders

                        The Local Government Chairperson

Primary Two

Theme one:      Origins and Peopling

Topic 1:           Indigenous people of the states

Topic 2:           Nigerian peoples

Theme Two:    Geography and Environment

Topic:              Major towns in the state

Theme Three:  Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria

Topic:              Heroes and Heroines in the state

Theme Four:    Political Development in Nigeria

Topic 1:           History of the State

Topic 2:           Major traditional rulers in the state

Primary Three

Theme one:      Origins and Peopling

Topic:              Nigerian peoples

Theme Three:  Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria

Topic:              Some Early Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria

Theme Two:    Geography and Environment

Topic:              Towns in Nigeria

Primary Four

Theme one:      Political Development in Nigeria

Topic 1:           The four early Regions in Nigeria

Topic 2:           States Creation in Nigeria

Topic 3:           Colonial Administrative Headquarters of British Protectorate

Topic 4:           Federal capitals

Theme Two:    Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria

Topic 1:           Heroes and Heroines Nigeria I

Topic 2:           Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria II

Theme Three:  Origins and Peopling

Topic 1:           Some Nigerian Peoples I

Topic 2:           Some Nigerians Peoples II

Topic 3:           Some Nigerian Peoples III

Theme Four:    Geography and Environment

Topic 1:           Important Historical features and sites in Nigeria I

Topic 2:           Major Historical features and sites in Nigeria II

Primary Five

Theme one:    Political Development in Nigeria

Topic 1:           British Rule in Nigeria

Topic 2:           Nationalists and Nationalism in Nigeria

Topic 3:           Some Nationalists in Nigeria

Topic 4:           Nigerian Independence

Theme Two:   Religions in Nigeria

Topic 1:           Traditional Religions in Nigeria

Topic 2:           Islam in Nigeria

Topic 3:           Christianity in Nigeria

Theme Three:            Economy, Trade and Commerce

Topic 1:           Traditional occupations in the Locality

Topic 2:           Traditional occupations of the peoples in the State

Topic 3:           Traditional occupations of the people of Nigeria: The Hausa people

Topic 4:           Traditional occupations of the people of Nigeria: The Yoruba people

Topic 5:           Traditional occupations of the people of Nigeria: The Igbo people

Primary Six

Theme one:    Political Development in Nigeria

Topic 1:           Civil Rule in Nigeria

Topic 2:           Military Rule in Nigeria

Theme Two:   Economy, Trade and Commerce

Topic 1:           Oil Economy

Topic 2:           The Growth of Industries in Nigeria

Topic 3:           Christianity in Nigeria.

 HISTORY SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL

PRIMARY ONE (1)

FIRST TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures on topic taught in previous classPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Meaning of HistoryExplanation of the meaning of HistoryTextbooksOther relevant materialsPupils to explain the meaning of History
3Meaning of Family HistoryExplanation of the meaning of family HistoryPictures of different familiesTextbooksVideo clips of storytelling about family historiesPupils to tell the histories of their families.
4Peoples and places in the communityIdentification of people in the community where the school is locatedPictures of various groups of people in the community and local government areaVideo clips of people in the community and local government area.Pupils to mention 2 groups of people in the community.
5Peoples and pes in the communityIdentification of people in the Local Government Area where the school is located.Pictures of various groups of people in the community and local government areaVideo clips of people in the community and local government area.Pupils to mention 3 different groups of people in the local government area.
6.Peoples and places in the communityIdentification of important places in the community where the school is located Market, schools, hospitals.Pictures of various groups of people in the community and local government areaVideo clips of people in the community and local government area.Charts of important places in the community and local government area.Pupils to mention 2 names of important places in the community.
7.Peoples and places in the communityIdentification of important places in the community where the school is located Places of worshipPalace, village squareCommunity halls, etc.Pictures of various groups of people in the community and local government areaVideo clips of people in the community and local government area.Charts of important places in the community and local government area.Pupils to mention 2 names of important places in the community.
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9Peoples and places in the communityIdentification of important places in the community where the school is located Police stationLocal government secretariatPalace, etc.Pictures of various groups of people in the community and local government areaVideo clips of people in the community and local government area.Charts of important places in the community and local government area.Pupils to mention 2 names of important places in the community.
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SECOND TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures on topic taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Heroes and heroines in the communityExplanation of the meaning of heroes and heroinesPictures and magazines showing heroes and heroines in the communityVideo clips of heroes and heroines in the communityInternetPupils to state the meaning of heroes and heroines.
3Heroes and heroines in the communityIdentification of names of heroes and heroines in the community where the school is located.Pictures and magazines showing heroes and heroines in the communityVideo clips of heroes and heroines in the communityInternetPupils to name 2 heroes and heroines in the community.
4Heroes and heroines in the communityIdentification of the achievements of heroes and heroines in the community.Pictures and magazines showing heroes and heroines in the communityVideo clips of heroes and heroines in the communityInternetPupils to mention the achievements of 2 heroes and heroines within the community.
5Meaning of Traditional RulersExplanation of the meaning of Traditional rulersTextbooksPictures of traditional rulersNewspaper cuttings of traditional rulersDrawings of traditional rulers.Pupils to explain the meaning of a traditional ruler
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8.Traditional Ruler(s)Identification of the name(s) of the traditional ruler in the community where the school is locatedTextbooksPictures of traditional rulersNewspaper cuttings of traditional rulersDrawings of traditional rulers.Pupils to mention 2 roles of traditional ruler
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THIRD TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures of past and present civilian leaders taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Meaning of Title HoldersExplanation of the meaning of a title holderPictures of traditional title holders in the communityVideo clips of traditional title holdersNewspaper cuttings of traditional title holders.InternetResource personnelPupils to explain the meaning of traditional title holders.
3Title HoldersIdentification of various traditional title holders in the communityPictures of traditional title holders in the communityVideo clips of traditional title holdersNewspaper cuttings of traditional title holders.InternetResource personnelPupils to mention 2 traditional title holders in the community.
4Title HoldersIdentification of the duties of various title holders in the communityPictures of traditional title holders in the communityVideo clips of traditional title holdersNewspaper cuttings of traditional title holders.InternetResource personnelPupils to mention 2 duties of traditional title holders in the community.
5The Local Government ChairpersonIdentification of the name of the local government area where the school is locatedPictures of the local government chairpersonMap of the local government areaPictures of the local government secretariatPupils to state the name of the local government area where the school is located.
6.The Local Government ChairpersonIdentification of the name of the local government chairpersonPictures of the local government chairpersonMap of the local government areaPictures of the local government secretariatPupils to mention the name of the local government area chairperson.
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8.The Local Government ChairpersonIdentification of the duties of the local government chairperson.Pictures of the local government chairpersonMap of the local government areaPictures of the local government secretariatPupils to mention 2 duties of the local government chairperson.
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PRIMARY TWO (2)

FIRST TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures on topic taught in previous classPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Indigenous people of the stateExplanation of the meaning of indigenous peoples of the stateMap of the state with locations of the various people.Pictures of various peoples of the stateVideo clips of various peoples of the state.Pupils to name 2 indigenous peoples of the state.
3Indigenous people of the stateIdentification of the major locations of the indigenous peoples of the stateMap of the state with locations of the various people.Pictures of various peoples of the stateVideo clips of various peoples of the state.Pupils to mention 2 major locations of the indigenous peoples of the state.
4Nigerian peoplesSome people of Nigeria  The AngasThe AniomaMap of the state with locations of the various people.Pictures of various peoples of the stateVideo clips of various peoples of the state.Pupils to mention 2 peoples of Nigeria.
5Nigerian peoplesSome people of Nigeria  The BironThe ChambaMap of the state with locations of the various people.Pictures of various peoples of the stateVideo clips of various peoples of the state.Pupils to mention 2 peoples of Nigeria.
6.Nigerian peoplesSome people of Nigeria  The EbiraThe HausaMap of the state with locations of the various people.Pictures of various peoples of the stateVideo clips of various peoples of the state.Pupils to mention 2 peoples of Nigeria.
7.Nigerian peoplesSome people of Nigeria  The IgboThe Ijo/IjawMap of the state with locations of the various people.Pictures of various peoples of the stateVideo clips of various peoples of the state.Pupils to mention 2 peoples of Nigeria.
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9Nigerian peoplesSome people of Nigeria  The IlewereThe OgoniThe YorubaPictures of various peoples of NigeriaMap of the state with locations of the various people.Video clips of various peoples of the state.  Pupils to mention 2 peoples of Nigeria.
10Nigerian peoplesIdentifications of locations of some people of NigeriaPictures of various peoples of NigeriaMap of the state with locations of the various people.Video clips of various peoples of the state.Pupils to mention the locations of the 2 peoples on the map.
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SECOND TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures on topic taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Major towns in the stateMentioning some of the major towns in the state where the school is locatedMap showing the major towns in the state where the school is located.TextbooksPupils to name 3 major towns in the state.
3Major towns in the stateMore examples of the major towns in the state where the school is locatedMap showing the major towns in the state where the school is located.TextbooksPupils to name 2 major towns in the state.
4Major towns in the stateIdentification of the locations of the major towns in the state on the map.Map showing the major towns in the state where the school is located.TextbooksPupils to identify the location of 2 major towns in the state on the map.
5Heroes and Heroines in the stateExplanation of the meaning of heroes and heroinesPictures of some heroes and heroines in the state.Cuttings from newspapers and magazines of heroes and heroinesVideo clips of some heroes and heroines in the state.Other relevant materialsPupils to state the meaning of heroes and heroines.
6.Heroes and Heroines in the stateList of names of heroes and heroines in the state.Pictures of some heroes and heroines in the state.Cuttings from newspapers and magazines of heroes and heroinesVideo clips of some heroes and heroines in the state.Other relevant materialsPupils to list 3 names of heroes and heroines in the state.
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8.Heroes and Heroines in the stateMore names of heroes and heroines in the state.Pictures of some heroes and heroines in the state.Cuttings from newspapers and magazines of heroes and heroinesVideo clips of some heroes and heroines in the state.Other relevant materialsPupils to list 2 names of heroes and heroines in the state.
9Heroes and Heroines in the stateExplanation of the achievements of heroes and heroines in the state.Pictures of some heroes and heroines in the state.Cuttings from newspapers and magazines of heroes and heroinesVideo clips of some heroes and heroines in the state.Other relevant materialsPupils to mention 2 achievements of heroes and heroines in the state.
10Heroes and Heroines in the stateMore list of achievements of heroes and heroines in the state.Pictures of some heroes and heroines in the state.Cuttings from newspapers and magazines of heroes and heroinesVideo clips of some heroes and heroines in the state.Other relevant materialsPupils to mention 2 achievements of heroes and heroines in the state.
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THIRD TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures of past and present civilian leaders taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2History of the stateIdentification of the name of the state and the year of its creationPicture of the stateMap of the statePupils to mention the name of the state where the school is located.Pupils to mention the year of creation of the state.
3History of the stateIdentification of the name of the immediate past governor of the statePicture of the immediate past and present governorsMap of the stateVideo clips of the immediate past and present governors of the state.Pupils to mention the name of the immediate past governor of the state.
4History of the stateIdentification of the name of the immediate past governor of the statePicture of the immediate past and present governorsMap of the stateVideo clips of the immediate past and present governors of the state.Pupils to mention the name of the immediate present governor of the state.
5Major traditional rulers in the stateIdentification of the titles of some traditional rulers in the state.Picture of some traditional rulers in the stateNewspaper and magazine cuttings of traditional rulers.Other relevant materials.Pupils to mention 2 titles of major traditional rulers in the state.
6.Major traditional rulers in the stateIdentification of the titles of some traditional rulers in the state. Settlement of disputesMaintenance of customs and traditionsPicture of some traditional rulers in the stateNewspaper and magazine cuttings of traditional rulers.Internet entries of traditional rulers in the state.Pupils to mention 2 duties of traditional rulers in the state.
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8.Major traditional rulers in the stateIdentification of the titles of some traditional rulers in the state. Appointment of chiefs and other officialsMaintenance of peace and orderPicture of some traditional rulers in the stateNewspaper and magazine cuttings of traditional rulers.Internet entries of traditional rulers in the state.Pupils to mention 2 duties of traditional rulers in the state.
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                                                                                         PRIMARY THREE (3)

FIRST TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures on topic taught in previous classPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Nigerian peoplesSome people of Nigeria  The AnangThe BuraPictures showing some people of NigeriaCharts and maps showing the names of peoples of NigeriaPupils to identify 2 peoples of Nigeria.
3Nigerian peoplesSome people of Nigeria  The EgunThe EfikPictures showing some people of NigeriaCharts and maps showing the names of peoples of NigeriaPupils to identify 2 peoples of Nigeria.
4Nigerian peoplesSome people of Nigeria  The FulaniThe IbibioPictures showing some people of NigeriaCharts and maps showing the names of peoples of NigeriaPupils to identify 2 peoples of Nigeria.
5Nigerian peoplesGiving brief history of some people of Nigeria  The IdomaThe IgalaPictures showing some people of NigeriaCharts and maps showing the names of peoples of NigeriaPupils to identify 2 peoples of Nigeria.
6.Nigerian peoplesExplanation of some people of Nigeria KalaberiThe MumuyePictures showing some people of NigeriaCharts and maps showing the names of peoples of NigeriaPupils to identify 2 peoples of Nigeria.
7.Nigerian peoplesExplanation of some people of Nigeria The OkunThe TivPictures showing some people of NigeriaCharts and maps showing the names of peoples of NigeriaPupils to identify 2 peoples of Nigeria.
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9Nigerian peoplesWhere they are located in NigeriaPictures showing some people of NigeriaCharts and maps showing the names of peoples of NigeriaPupils to name 3 peoples of Nigeria and their locations.
10Nigerian peoplesHow to identify them, i.e. by their dressing, language, etcPictures showing some people of NigeriaCharts and maps showing the names of peoples of NigeriaPupils to name 3 peoples of Nigeria and identify their mode of dressing and their languages.
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SECOND TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures on topic taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Some early Heroes and Heroines in NigeriaBrief history on some early heroes and heroines Jaja of OpoboPictures and photographs of some early heroes and heroinesCuttings from newspapers and magazines on heroes and heroinesCharts showing names of early heroes and heroines in NigeriaPupils to identify 1 hero or heroine in Nigeria.
3Some early Heroes and Heroines in NigeriaBrief history on some early heroes and heroines Nana Olomu of ItsekiriPictures and photographs of some early heroes and heroinesCuttings from newspapers and magazines on heroes and heroinesCharts showing names of early heroes and heroines in NigeriaPupils to mention one  hero or heroine in Nigeria.
4Some early Heroes and Heroines in NigeriaBrief history on some early heroes and heroines Queen Amina of zariaPictures and photographs of some early heroes and heroinesCuttings from newspapers and magazines on heroes and heroinesCharts showing names of early heroes and heroines in NigeriaPupils to mention 1 hero or heroine in Nigeria.
5Some early Heroes and Heroines in NigeriaBrief history on some early heroes and heroines Ovoramwen of BeninPictures and photographs of some early heroes and heroinesCuttings from newspapers and magazines on heroes and heroinesCharts showing names of early heroes and heroines in NigeriaPupils to state 1 hero or heroine in Nigeria.
6.Some early Heroes and Heroines in NigeriaBrief history on some early heroes and heroines Muhammadu Rumfa of KanoPictures and photographs of some early heroes and heroinesCuttings from newspapers and magazines on heroes and heroinesCharts showing names of early heroes and heroines in NigeriaPupils to identify 1 hero or heroine in Nigeria.
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8.Some early Heroes and Heroines in NigeriaAchievements of the early heroes and heroinesPictures and photographs of some early heroes and heroinesCuttings from newspapers and magazines on heroes and heroinesCharts showing names of early heroes and heroines in NigeriaPupils to mention 3 achievements of some of the early heroes and heroines mentioned above.
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THIRD TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures of past and present civilian leaders taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Towns in NigeriaList of some ancient towns in Nigeria Aba, Benin, Bonyi, Calabar, etcMap of Nigeria indicating locations of townsPictorial representation of various Nigerian townsVideo clips of various Nigerian townsTextbooksPupils to list 2 ancient towns in Nigeria.
3Towns in NigeriaList of some ancient towns in Nigeria Daura, Gobir, Idah, IfeMap of Nigeria indicating locations of townsPictorial representation of various Nigerian townsVideo clips of various Nigerian townsTextbooksPupils to list 2 ancient towns in Nigeria.
4Towns in NigeriaList of some ancient towns in Nigeria Kano, Katsina, Kukawa, OkeneMap of Nigeria indicating locations of townsPictorial representation of various Nigerian townsVideo clips of various Nigerian townsTextbooksPupils to list 2 ancient towns in Nigeria.
5Towns in NigeriaList of some ancient towns in Nigeria Onitsha, Oyo, WukariMap of Nigeria indicating locations of townsPictorial representation of various Nigerian townsVideo clips of various Nigerian townsTextbooksPupils to list 2 ancient towns in Nigeria.
6.Towns in NigeriaSome modern towns in Nigeria Abuja, Enugu, Ibadan, JosMap of Nigeria indicating locations of townsPictorial representation of various Nigerian townsVideo clips of various Nigerian townsTextbooksPupils to list 2 modern towns in Nigeria.
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8.Towns in NigeriaSome modern towns in Nigeria Kaduna, Port-Harcourt, YolaMap of Nigeria indicating locations of townsPictorial representation of various Nigerian townsVideo clips of various Nigerian townsTextbooksPupils to list 3 modern towns in Nigeria.
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PRIMARY FOUR (4)

FIRST TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures on topic taught in previous classPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2The four early Regions in NigeriaExplanation of the four regions of Nigeria. Easter region, mid-western region, Northern-region, Western regionAnd location of each of the regions in the map of NigeriaMap of NigeriaChart showing the four early regionsOther relevant materialsPupils to state the 4 early regions in NigeriaPupils to locate the region on the map.
3The four early Regions in NigeriaExplanation of the major ethnic groups in the regions. States in each of the four regions.  Map of NigeriaChart showing the four early regionsVideo recording of important personalities and events in the regionsOther relevant materialsPupils to state 3 major ethnic groups in each regions.Pupils to state 2 states from each of the regions.  
4States creation in NigeriaExplanation of when states were first created in Nigeria (1967) and the number of states created.Map of Nigeria showing the 12 stateCharts showing states and capitals of the statesPictures and video showing the head of state and governorsOther relevant materials.Pupils to state the year when states were first created in Nigeria.Pupils to state the number of states created.
5States creation in NigeriaList of names of the states created The names of the head of state and the governors of the states created.Map of Nigeria showing the 12 stateCharts showing states and capitals of the statesPictures and video showing the head of state and governorsOther relevant materials.Pupils to mention the names of five states created.Pupils to mention the 3 head of state and governors of the state.
6.Colonial Administrative Headquarters of British Protectorates.Explanation of the colonial administrative. Headquarters of protectorate in Calabar & LokojaPictures and video recordings of the former British protectorate headquarters – Lokoja, CalabarPictures of the former colonial administratorsOther relevant materials.Pupils to state the 2 Colonial administrative headquarters.
7.Colonial Administrative Headquarters of British protectorateThe year when they were made headquarters of the British protectoratePictures and video recordings of the former British protectorate headquarters; Lokoja, CalabarPictures of the former colonial administratorOther relevant materials.Pupils to state when they were made headquarters.
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9Federal capitalsExplanation of the first federal capital of Nigeria (Lagos). The year it was made the federal capital. The name of the then head of state.Map of NigeriaCharts containing states maps of NigeriaNewspapers/Magazines showing the federal capital territoriesOther relevant materialsPupils to state the first federal capital territoriesPupils to state the year it was created.
10Federal capitalsExplanation of the current federal capital (Abuja) The year it was established. The location of the old and current federal capitals.Map of NigeriaCharts containing states maps of NigeriaNewspapers/Magazines showing the federal capital territoriesOther relevant materialsPupils to state the first federal capital territoriesPupils to state the year it was established.Pupils to state the location of old and new federal capital territories from the map.
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SECOND TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures on topic taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria IMeaning of heroes and heroines. The names of heroes and heroines in the locality of the school and the life history and contributions of the heroes and heroines in the locality of the school.Pictures and magazines showing some heroes and heroinesA chart listing the qualities of heroes and heroinesVideos showing the lives and times of heroes and heroinesA resolves person.Pupils to explain the meaning of heroes and heroinesPupils to mention 3 heroes and heroines in the school localityPupils to mention 3 contributions of heroes and heroines in the school locality.
3Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria IIaHeroes and heroines in Nigeria King Jaja of OpoboOba Ovonramwem of BeninChief Nana of ItsekiriQueen Amina of Zaria etc.BoardRelevant mapsNotebooksMap of NigeriaPictorial illustration of heroes and heroines in NigeriaRelevant video recordings of heroes and heroines.Pupils to mention 3 heroes and heroines in Nigeria,
4Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria IIbExplanations of the major contributions of the heroes and heroines to the development of Nigeria.BoardRelevant mapsNotebooksMap of NigeriaPictorial illustration of heroes and heroines in NigeriaRelevant video recordings of heroes and heroines.Pupils to state 2 of the contributions of the heroes and heroines to the development of Nigeria.,
5Some Nigerian Peoples ISome peoples in Nigeria (a) Gbagyi  (b) The Jukun  (c)The Nupe  (d) The Oworo (e)Regions of these people and the locations/ states1)  Map of Nigeria showing some Nigeria peoples 2)  Pictures and videos of the peoples and their towns 3) Other relevant materials  Pupils to name 4 peoples of Nigeria.Pupils to state the origins of the peoplesPupils to state the towns where the Nigerians peoples are locatedPupils to locate the towns from the map of Nigeria.
6.Some Nigerian Peoples IIASome peoples in Nigeria The Kanuri, The YakorThe Yala, The Zulu, etc1)  Map of Nigeria showing some Nigeria peoples 2)  Pictures and videos of the peoples and their towns 3) Other relevant materialsPupils to name 4 peoples of Nigeria
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8.Some Nigerian Peoples IIBOrigins of the peoples, the locations/states of the peoples.1)  Map of Nigeria showing some Nigeria peoples 2)  Pictures and videos of the peoples and their towns 3) Other relevant materials1) pupils to state the origins of the peoples. 2) Pupils to state the town and location where the Nigerian people are, and also on map.
9Some Nigerian Peoples IIIASome peoples in Nigeria The Awori, the Oro, The IsokoThe Itsekiri, The Urhobo, etc1)  Map of Nigeria showing some Nigeria peoples 2)  Pictures and videos of the peoples and their towns 3) Other relevant materialsPupils to name 4 peoples of Nigeria
10Some Nigerian Peoples IIIAExplanation of the origins of the people. – The location/states of the people1)  Map of Nigeria showing some Nigeria peoples 2)  Pictures and videos of the peoples and their towns 3) Other relevant materials1) Pupils to state the origins of the peoples 2)  Pupils to locate the towns from the map of Nigeria
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THIRD TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures of past and present civilian leaders taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Importance Historical features and sites in Nigeria. IAMeaning of historical features and sites; Historical landmarks e.g. mountains, lakes, cave, rivers, monuments, ancient buildings, tombs etc.Pictures and diagrams of features and sitesSchool and community landmark features.Pupils to explain the meaning of historical features and sites in the locality of the school.
3Importance Historical features and sites in Nigeria. IBExplanation of Historical features and sites in the locality.Pictures and diagrams of features and sitesSchool and community landmark features.Pupils to mention 2 features and sites in the locality of the school.
4Major Historical features and sites in Nigeria IIAExplanation of Historical features and sites in the locality. Trees and hills, mountains, etc.Pictures and diagrams of features and sites in NigeriaReal objectsMuseumsReligious places of worshipArtifactsPupils to list 2 each of the historical features and sites that can be found in Nigeria.
5Major Historical features and sites in Nigeria IIBHistorical features to look out for in NigeriaImplement/tools, Artifacts, etcPictures and diagrams of features and sites in NigeriaReal objectsMuseumsReligious places of worshipArtifactsPupils to list 2 each of the historical features and sites that can be found in Nigeria.
6.Major Historical features and sites in Nigeria IICHistorical sitesPalaces, markets, churches and mosque, shines, museums, cultural centres, etc.Pictures and diagrams of features and sites in NigeriaReal objectsMuseumsReligious places of worshipArtifactsPupils to discuss 2 of the historical features and sites.
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8.Major Historical features and sites in Nigeria IIDExplanation of the description of the sitesPictures and diagrams of features and sites in NigeriaReal objectsMuseumsReligious places of worshipArtifactsPupils to describe 2 of the historical features and sites.
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PRIMARY FIVE (5)

FIRST TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures on topic taught in last classPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2British Rule in NigeriaReasons for the occupation of Nigeria by the British and names of colonial administrators in NigeriaPictures of some British leadersMap of NigeriaOther relevant materialsPupils to state 2 reasons why the British occupied NigeriaPupils to name 2 colonial administrators in Nigeria.
3British Rule in NigeriaExplanation of the British protectorates in NigeriaPictures of some British leadersMap of NigeriaOther relevant materialsPupils to state 2 of the British protectorates in Nigeria.
4British Rule in NigeriaReasons behind the Amalgamation of the protectorate in 1914 and the consequences of British rule in Nigeria.Pictures of some British leadersMap of NigeriaOther relevant materialsPupils to mention the year of the amalgamationPupils to state 2 consequences of British rule in Nigeria.
5Nationalist and Nationalism in NigeriaMeaning of Nationalism and NationalistNewspaper cuttings of some Nationalist in NigeriaVideo clips of some Nationalists in Nigeria.Other relevant materialsPupils to explain the meaning of Nationalism and Nationalist
6.Some Nationalist in NigeriaIdentification of some Nationalist in Nigeria Herbert Macaulay in NigeriaDr. Nnamdi AzikiweParticipating in discussionPictures of Herbert Macaulay and Nnamdi AzikiweChart listing qualifies of a good leaderFive hundred naira note showing the picture on itOther relevant materialsPupils to state 2 NationalistPupils to list 2 lessons learnt from each nationalist life each.
7.Some Nationalist in NigeriaIdentification of some Nationalist in Nigeria Chief Obafemi AwolowoAlh. Sr. Ahmadu BelloMallam Aminu KanoParticipating in discussionPictures of each nationalistChart listing qualifies of a good leaderCurrency that shows the picture of any of the nationalistOther relevant materialsPupils to state 3 NationalistPupils to list 1 lesson learnt from each nationalist life each.
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9Nigeria IndependenceMeaning of independency and year Nigerian gain her independence. Key participants in the independence and venue of ceremonyMap of Nigeria showing the three regions and LagosPictures of participants of the movement of independenceVideo recordings of Nigeria at independenceOther relevant materialsPupils to explain the meaning of independence and year Nigeria gained her independencePupils to mention 3 key persons that participate in Nigeria independence.
10Nigeria IndependenceThe structure of the Nigerian government after independenceMeaning of federation and RepublicNigeria as a federation and a RepublicMap of Nigeria showing the three regions and LagosPictures of participants of the movement of independenceVideo recordings of Nigeria at independenceOther relevant materialsPupils to explain the structure of Nigeria government after independencePupils to explain what is meant by Nigeria as a Federation and a Republic.
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SECOND TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures on topic taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Traditional religions in NigeriaMeaning of traditional religionPictures of shrines and priestsVideo recordings of activities of traditional religious worshippersOther relevant materialsPupils to explain the meaning of traditional religion.
3Traditional religions in NigeriaExplanation of the various types of traditional religions in the locality of the schoolPictures of shrines and priestsVideo recordings of activities of traditional religious worshippersOther relevant materialsPupils to list 2 traditional religions practiced in the locality.
4Islam in NigeriaIdentification of other religion in Nigeria. Origin of Islam and the agents of the spread of Islam in NigeriaPictures of mosquesVideo recording and pictures of Islamic religious activitiesThe holy qu-ranOther relevant materialsPupils to explain the origin of Islam.Pupils to mention 2 agents of the spread of Islam in Nigeria.
5Islam in NigeriaThe dominant areas where the religion is practiced in NigeriaPictures of mosquesVideo recording and pictures of Islamic religious activitiesThe holy qu-ranOther relevant materialsPupils to state 3 states in Nigeria where Islam is dominant.
6.Christianity in NigeriaExplanation of the origin of Christianity in NigeriaPictures of churches and Christian worshippers.Pictures of early Christian missionariesThe Holy Bible, the Crucifix etcOther relevant materialsPupils to explain the origin of Christianity in Nigeria
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8.Christianity in NigeriaExplanation of the early Christian missionaries e.g. mary Slessor, Bishop Ajayi Crowther, Henry TownsendPictures of churches and Christian worshippers.Pictures of early Christian missionariesThe Holy Bible, the Crucifix etcOther relevant materialsPupils to name 2 early Christian missionaries in Nigeria
9Christianity in NigeriaExplanation of some activities of the early Christian missionaries.Pictures of churches and Christian worshippers.Pictures of early Christian missionariesThe Holy Bible, the Crucifix etcOther relevant materialsPupils to list 3activities of early Christian missionaries in Nigeria.
10Christianity in NigeriaExplanation of the roles played by the early Christian missionariesPictures of churches and Christian worshippers.Pictures of early Christian missionariesThe Holy Bible, the Crucifix etcOther relevant materialsPupils to describe the roles of 2 of the early Christian missionaries.
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THIRD TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures of past and present civilian leaders taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Traditional occupation in the localityMeaning of traditional occupationSome traditional occupations in the localityImportance of the traditional occupations in the localityPictures or pictorial illustration of the different traditional occupations.Implements of traditional occupationsA chart showing the different kinds of traditional occupations.Pupils to explain the meaning of traditional occupationPupils to list 2 types of traditional occupationsPupils to state 3 importance of the two occupations listed.
3Traditional occupations of the peoples in statesIdentifications of various traditional occupations Descriptions of the various occupationsThe importance of the occupationsPictures or pictorial illustration of the different traditional occupations.Implements of traditional occupationsChart showing the different kinds of traditional occupations.Other relevant materialsPupils to explain the meaning of traditional occupationPupils to list 2 types of traditional occupationsPupils to state 3 importance of the two occupations listed.
4Traditional occupations of the people of Nigeria (HausaTraditional occupation of the Hausa people FarmingWeavingLeather workslivestockPictures of Hausa farmerSamples of crops producedReal objects/equipment/material used in various occupationsMap of Nigeria showing Hausa settlementsOther relevant materialsPupils to list 3 traditional occupation of the Hausa people
5Traditional occupations of the people of Nigeria (HausaDescriptions of the various occupationsThe importance of the occupationsPictures of Hausa farmerSamples of crops producedReal objects/equipment/material used in various occupationsMap of Nigeria showing Hausa settlementsOther relevant materialsPupils to list 3 benefits of the occupation.Pupils to state some of the products of the Hausa people.
6.Traditional occupations of the people of Nigeria (Yoruba)Traditional occupation of the Yoruba people Farming, drumming, palm wine tapping, hunting, carvingDescriptions of the various occupationsThe importance of the occupationsMap of Nigeria showing Yoruba settlementsPictures of Yoruba farmerSamples of crops producedEquipment/material used in various occupationsOther relevant materialsPupils to list 3 traditional occupation of the Yoruba peoplePupils to state 2 importance of occupationsPupils to mention 3 things produced by the Yoruba people
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8.Traditional occupations of the people of Nigeria (Igbo)Traditional occupation of the Igbo people Farming, trading in different commodities, blacksmiting, palm wine tapping, weavingDescriptions of the various occupationsThe importance of the occupationsMap of Nigeria showing Igbo settlementsPictures of Igbo farmerThings produced by Igbo people  Pupils to list 3 traditional occupation of the Igbo peoplePupils to state 2 benefits of  the Igbo people.Pupils to state 3 things produced by the Igbo people
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PRIMARY SIX (6)

FIRST TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures on topic taught in last classPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Meaning of Civil Rule in NigeriaExplanation on the civil rule – democracy as opposed to military rulePicture of past and present civilian leadersVoters Registration cardsPictures of state and national AssembliesPupils to explain the meaning of civil rule
3Periods of civil ruleIdentification of the period of civil rule in Nigeria 1960-1966Pictures of past and present civilian leadersPictures of state and national AssembliesVideo recordings of some of the activities of the civilian leadersOther relevant materialsPupils to state the period of civil rule
4Periods of civil ruleIdentification of the periods of civil rule in Nigeria. 1979 – 1983 1999 to datePictures of past and present civilian leadersVoter’s Registration CardPictures of state and National AssembliesVideo of some of the activities of the civilian leadersOther relevant materialsPupils to answer questions related to the period of civil rule between the stated years.
5Civilian leaders IIdentification and brief biographies of civilian leaders in Nigeria. Dr. NnamdiAzikiweSir. AbubakarTafawaBalewaAlhajiShehuShagariPictures of the mentioned civilian leadersCurrency that carries their identityPictures of state and national assembliesVideo recording of some of the activities of the civilian leaders.Other relevant materialsPupils to mention 3 civilian leaders.Pupils to briefly explain their biographies.
6.Civilian Leaders IIIdentification and brief biographies of civilian leaders in Nigeria. Chief OlusegunObasanjoUmaru Musa Yar’AduaDr. GoodluckEbele JonathanMuhammaduBuhariPictures of the mentioned civilian leadersVoters’ Registration CardsPictures of state and national AssembliesVideo recordings of some of the activities of the civilian leaders.Other relevant materialsPupils to mention 4 civilian leaders.Pupils to briefly explain their biographies.
7.Process of Civil I RuleThe process of Civil Rule Formation of political partiesCampaigns for electionPictures of past and present civilian leadersVoter’s Registration CardPictures of State and National AssembliesVideo recordings of some of the activities of the civilian leadersOther relevant materials.Pupils to state the process of civil rule in Nigeria
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9Process of Civil Rule IIIThe process of civil rule Conduct of electionsInauguration of elected leadersPictures of past and present civilian leaders.Voter’s Registration CardsPictures of state and national AssembliesVideo recordings of some of the activities of the civilian leaders.Other relevant materialsPupils to state the process of civil rule in Nigeria
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SECOND TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures of past and present civilian leaders taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Meaning of Military rule in NigeriaMeaning and explanation of military – Running of military government by the militaryPictures of past military leaders in NigeriaVoter’s Registration CardPictures of state and national assembliesVideo recording of some of the activities of the military leaders in NigeriaOther relevant materialsPupils to explain the meaning of military rule
3Periods of military rule IIdentification of periods of military rule in Nigeria 1966 – 1979Pictures of past military leaders in NigeriaVoter’s Registration CardPictures of state and national assembliesVideo recording of some of the activities of the military leaders in Nigeria Other relevant materialsPupils to state the first period of military rule ii) Pupils to state the first year
4Periods of military rule IIIdentification of periods of military rule in Nigeria 1983 – 1999Pictures of past and present military leaders in NigeriaVoter’s Registration CardPictures of state and national assembliesVideo recording of some of the activities of the military leaders in NigeriaOther relevant materialsPupils to state the second periods of military rule ii) Pupils to state when it lasted for.
5Military Heads of state in NigeriaIdentification and brief biographies of the military heads of state. Major general AguiyiIronsiGeneral Yakabu GowonPictures of past military leaders in NigeriaVoter’s Registration CardPictures of state and national assembliesVideo recording of some of the activities of the military leaders in NigeriaOther relevant materialsPupils to mention 2 past military heads of state.
6.Military Heads of state in NigeriaIdentification and brief biographies of the military heads of state. General Muritala MohammedGeneral OlusegunObasanjoPictures of past military leaders in NigeriaVoter’s Registration CardPictures of state and national assembliesVideo recording of some of the activities of the military leaders in NigeriaOther relevant materialsPupils to mention 2 past military heads of state.
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8.Military Heads of State in NigeriaIdentification and brief biographies of the military heads of state. General Muhammadu BuhariGeneral Ibrahim BabangidaPictures of past military leaders in NigeriaVoter’s Registration CardPictures of state and national assembliesVideo recording of some of the activities of the military leaders in NigeriaOther relevant materialsPupils to mention 2 past military heads of state.
9Military Heads of state in NigeriaIdentification and brief biographies of the military heads of state. General Sani AbachaGeneral Abdulsalami AbubakarPictures of past military leaders in NigeriaVoter’s Registration CardPictures of state and national assembliesVideo recording of some of the activities of the military leaders in NigeriaOther relevant materialsPupils to mention 2 past military heads of state.
10How Military Leaders came to powerExplanation of how military leaders came to power e.g. through seizing of power, through the use of force and violence (coup d’etat)Pictures of past and present military leadersVoter’s Registration CardPictures of state and national assembliesVideo recording of some of the activities of the military leaders in NigeriaOther relevant materialsPupils to explain how military leaders came to powerPupils to give examples of how military seized power.
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THIRD TERM

WeekLesson TopicContentsTeaching and Learning ResourcesEvaluation
1Clean up/RevisionPrevious topics taught/treatedPictures of past and present civilian leaders taught in previous termPupils to answer questions related to the previous topic taught
2Meaning of Oil EconomyExplanation of crude oil and year and place of crude oilPictures of crude oilVideo clips on crude oilOther relevant materialsPupils to explain crude oilPupils to explain places or where to get crude oil.
3Benefits of crude oilExplanation of benefits of crude oil and bye-products e.g. crude oilPictures of crude oilPictures of bye-product of crude oilVideo clips on crude oilOther relevant materialsPupils to list 2 benefits of crude oil Pupils to list the bye-products of crude oil.
4The growth of industries in NigeriaMeaning of industryPictures of industries in NigeriaVideo clips of workers in the industriesOther relevant materialsPupils to explain what industry means
5The growth of industriesTypes of industriesPictures of industries in NigeriaVideo clips of workers in the industriesOther relevant materialsPupils to state 2 types of industries in Nigeria.
6.The growth of industries in NigeriaSome industries in Nigeria. Locations of industries in NigeriaPictures of industries in NigeriaVideo clips of workers in the industriesOther relevant materialsPupils to list some industries in NigeriaPupils to mention locations of industries in Nigeria.
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8.The growth of industries in NigeriaExplanation of Benefits of industries to the Nigerian economyPictures of industries in NigeriaVideo clips of workers in the industries.Other relevant materialsPupils to list some industries in NigeriaPupils to mention locations of industries in Nigeria
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