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1– Revision of last term’s work and examination questions. – Words commonly misspelt and the use of the dictionary(i) Revision of 2nd term’ work (ii) Grammar-revise tenses
2– Summary: practical approach to writing a good summary. The dos and don’ts of summary writing – Vocabulary: words associated with advertising. – Structure: Adjuncts – Spoken English oral composition Narrative: The day I will never forget.(i)Sentences-Conditional clause) likely conditions, unlikely condition & impossible condition) and complex sentences. (ii) Essay writing Speech writing for special purpose (iii) Vocabulary Development: Words associated with publishing and printing
3– Comprehension (Listening) Identifying a speaker’s style. – Summary: Identification of writer’s purpose (continued) – Vocabulary: Words associated with stock exchange. – Writing (expository) The merits and demerits of peer groups.(i) Article Writing Article for publication in a local magazine (ii) Prefix as word extension. (iii) Summary writing summarizing a talk or lecture. (iv) Verb forms active and passive forms (v) Vocabulary Developmentindustries: Words associated with publishing and printing
4– Comprehension (Reading) Differentiating between main and supporting ideas in a prose passage. – Summary: Giving a befitting title to a selected passage. – Vocabulary: Words associated with Government and politics.(i) Essay Writing Argumentative Debate (ii) Comprehension Listening to recorded speeches (iii) Speech work: using the dictionary spelling of words (iv) Grammar: Rules of concord
5– Comprehension: (Reading) Skimming and scanning a selected passage. – Spoken English: Speaking to persuade or convince (debate) ‘Why I must be made the school time keeper’ or any other suitable topic. – Structure: conjuncts and disunites. – Spoken English: Oral composition/Expository ‘How to cook and serve my favorites food’ or how to get to my house. -Writing the story that ends in….. ‘if I had known, I would not have gone out with him or if I had known, I would have listened to my mother.(i) Essay Writing speech writing (ii) Register: vocabulary development associated with banking (iii) Grammar Inflectional prefixes e.g cast, recast, elect re-elect (iv)speech work. Stress placement on two syllables words
6– Spoken English: Stress timing in sentences. – Structure: Plural forms of Nouns including compound words e.g. attorney general, sister-in-law, man-of-war. – Writing: characteristics of different writing styles, develop paragraphs reflecting different styles(i) Summary writing Summarising by taking notes (ii) Structure Afflixation suffixes (iii) Vocabulary Development: Words associated with Engineering  
7– Comprehension: (Reading for leisure) relationship between the purpose and tone of the writer. – Structure: Pronouns references to the three person, i.e. 1st person, 2nd person and 3rd person pronouns. – Spelling: dropping e and retaining ‘e’ e.g. argue argument Pronounce pronunciation etc. – Writing semi formal letters between semi formal and informal letters.(i) Essay Writing: Expository: How to improve family functioning through love, co-operation, communication and son on. (ii) Structure: Adverbs (iii) Vowel sound comparison of /i/ and /i/ (iv) Comprehension Reading for specific structural patterns (identification of types of sentences in a given passage).  
8– Vocabulary: Words associated with sports and entertainment (continued) – Structure: complex sentences (features) subordinating and types of clauses – Spelling: Homophones words that sound alike e.g. broach/brooch, chord/cord, principal/principle(i) Structure: – Prepositional phrases. (ii) Vocabulary Development on Hotel and Catering Industry (iii) Summary Writing summarizing to get implied meanings.  
9– Spoken English consonant sounds   followed by know in words – Writing: Article and features Language and style. – Structure: Punctuation sentences difference between compound and complex sentences(i) Comprehension/Vocabulary Reading for critical evaluation (Look for faulty reasoning, misleading statements, inconsistency (ii) Structure: Idioms (iii) Vocabulary: Word associated with politics/ Government) use newspaper extracts or magazine extracts
10.(i) Comprehension (Listening) Listening to a dialogue (ii) Summary (iii) Writing Article Writing An article and speech or letter Differences).(i) Speech work: Nasal consonants (ii) Structure: Adjective clause (iii) Comprehension Register: vocabulary associated with transportation Use related passage on transportation

1.MENSSURATION The concepts of 3rd a shapes cube, cuboids, cylinder triangular, prism, cone, rectangular based pyramid, total surface area of cone, cylinder and their volumeRevision of second term’s work and review of examination questions of the previous term with emphasis on difficult areas and Trigonometrically ration.
2.(a) Volume of frustums of cone, rectangular based pyramid and other pyramids (b) Proofs of angles Triangle = 1800. (c) the exterior angle  Circle Theorem (cont’d) Tangent properties of circle: Perpendicularity of a tangent a radius Angles in alternate segment                        A          BTwo tangent to circle from an external point         OT                                           AP Isosceles Triangle: Y   s    
(b)                               x                                            x=y and r=s (c)                A  
                      B /AR/=/BT/
3.GEOMETRICAL CONTRUCTION (a) Revision of construction of triangle (b) Drawing and bisection of line segment (c) Construction and Bisection of angles 90o, 45o, 1350, 221/20, 571/2 (d) Construction and bisection of angles: 30o, 60o, 90o, 120o, 1500, etcTrigonometry: (I) Derivation of sine rule and application (ii) Derivation of cosines rule and application
4.CONTRUCTION (a) Construction of quadrilateral polygon i.e. foursided figure with given certain conditions parallelogram (b) Construction of equilateral triangle (c) Locus of moving points including equidistance from two lines of two points and constant distance from the pointBearing: (i) Angles of elevation and depression (ii) Definition of 4, 8 and 16 cardinal point (iii) Notation for bearings – Cardinal rotation NOOE, SOOW -3 digit bearing e.g. 0750, 3500 (iv) Practical problems on bearings
5.DEDUCTIVE PROOF: (a) Sum of angles of a triangle (b) Relationship of triangle on a straight line (c) Revision of angle on parallel line cuts by a transversal line. (d) Congruent triangle (e) Properties of parallelogram and intercept theorem Revision of work done in statistics in SS1. Calculation of class boundaries, interval and work calculation of cumulative frequencies
6.STATISTICS (a) Collection and Tabulation and presentation of date e.g data from height, ages, weight, test and Examination scores of students from different schools, classes etc. (b) Different species of animals and types of vehicle etc.Cumulative frequency graph: (i) Drawing of cumulative frequency curve (graph) or give (ii) Using graph of cumulative frequencies to estimate median Quartile, percentiles and other relevant estimate Application of give to every day life
7.Calculation of Range, median and mode of upgrouped data. (a) Data already collected by the students (b) Data collected from other statistical records.Revision of the first half term’s work and periodic test.
8.Collection, tabulation and presentation of grouped data. (a) Data from heights, ages weights, test and examination scores of student. (b) Population of students from different classes(a) Determination of the means, median and mode of grouped frequency data. (b) Definitions and examples of: (i) Experimental out comes. (ii) Random experimental (iii) Samples space (iv) Samples points (v) Event space (vi) probability  
9.Calculation of range, media and mode of grouped data (a) Data already collected by the students (b) Other statistical records  Probability: (a) Chance Instruments: (i) The dice, (ii) The coins (iii) Park of playing cards b) Theoretical: probability relative, limiting values of relative frequency (c) Definition and unbiasedness of equiprobable sample space.  Simple probable on equiprobable sample space
10STASTISTICAL GRAPHS (a) Drawing of bar chart, pie chart and histogram. (b) Cumulative frequency curve (c)  Reading and drawing inferences from the graph(a) Addition and multiplication rules of probability: (i) Mutually exclusive events and addition “OR’’ rule (ii) Complementary events and probability rule (iii) Independent events and multiplication ‘’AND’’ rules (b) Solving simple problems on mutually exclusive in depended and complementary event, and experiment without eplacement (c) Practical Application of probability in Health, finance population etc.    
11.Means deviation, variance and standard deviation. Solving practical problems related to real life situationsREVISION


1.Revision of last term’s work/introduction to the Application of ICTSystem Development Cycle: Definition, Description, and stage of system development cycles
2.Application of ICTSystem development cycle(ii) Description of each stage of system development cycles
3.ICT Based GadgetProgram Development Definition, characteristic of a good programme Precautions in program development:
4.Basic Computer Operations Description of booting process, types of booting and components of the window desktopProgram development (II) -Steps involved in  programme development -Programme definition,  Problems analysis, Flow charting, and Desk checking
5.Basic Computer Operation II Start up a s system and running an applicationAlgorithms and flow charts -Definition of Algorithms, and flow char -functions  and characteristics of Algorithms -Writing Algorithms for: (i) computing average of a given sets of number (ii) Evaluation of equation (iii) Printing out the first ten odd numbers etc.
6.Word Processing: -Definition of word processing and word processor. -Example of word processorsFLOW CHART -Flow chart symbol, use of flow chart symbols and flow chart diagram for solving a given problem.
7.Word processing environment Create, edit, save, close Microsoft Word, Word perfect, Word star Features of word processorsBASIC PROGRAMMING -Built in functions in Basic programming
8Word processing Environment -Launch Word Processor -Retrieve, format, save, save as, print, closeBasic Programme (II) Basic programme to: (i) Find square root of numbers within a given range (ii) Find the square root of S, round up to an integar (iii) Find the cosine of known value (iv) Find the tangent of a given angle (v) Plot sine wave curve (vi) Plot cosine curve
9.Presentation Package Example of present age package, Microsoft power point, Adobe PDFInternet: -Definition – Some basic terms -Service provider
10.Features of Presentation package -Creating slides, Insertion of pictures, Insertion of video and audio, Animation, slide show, creation of graphics, creating organizational and other slidesInternet (II) -Internet browser -Internet explorer-Nescape Navigator, Google Chrome -Features in Browser Window, Internet service -Benefit of internet to the society
11.Using presentation package: -LathalMs-power Point, Create a new presentation,  Insert slide content, text, Graphics, pictures, animate content, Addnew slides, save presentation, Run Slide shows, print Presentation, close presentationElectronic mail (e-mail service -Definition of electronic mail -E-mail service -Steps involves in creating e-mail account – Steps involved in opening e-mail box Features in an e-mail address -Definition of chatting  
12-13Revision and ExaminationRevision and Examination

1.REVISION OF PREVIOUS TERM WORK -Definition and Types of Political parties -Functions of Political PartiesResponsibility Parenthood – Meaning of Responsible Parenthood and types -Patterns of Responsible Parents -Roles of Responsible Parent
2.The Press- The activities of the Press in ensuring Democracy -Freedom of Press-reason for and how to ensure the freedom of press -Importance of FOIB( Freedom of Information BillFactors that lead to the success of responsible parenthood -Importance of Responsible Parents -Constraints of Good Parenthood
3.HUMAN RIGTHS UDHR ( Universal Declaration of Human Right) -Historical background of UGHR -The Importance of UDHRTraffic Regulation: -Definition o concepts and Traffic Signs -Traffic Regulation
4.The meaning of the seven core freedom of UDHR -The seven core freedom of UDHR -The importance of fundamental human rightDuties of Pedestrians -Causes of Road Accident -The roles of Drivers in reducing road accident  
5.Responsibility of individual in UDHR -The role of the individual in UDHR -The role of Government in UDHRWays of reducing Accidents -Functions of Federal Road Safety (FRSC)
6.Agencies responsible for protection of human rights -The establishment and formation on the agencies -The roles of agencies for protection of human rightsThe Traffic Warders (Roles) -Roles of individual in maintaining Traffic Regulation – Maintaining Traffic Regulation
7.PROJECT WORK -Locating and visiting government agencies concerned with UDHR -Browsing through the internet to locate world agencies for the protection of Human Rights, Child RightInterpersonal Relations -Meaning of Interpersonal Relationship and characteristic -Stages and types of Interpersonal Relationship -Types of Friendship
8.CULTISM -Definition of cultism, different cult groups and their symbols -Origin of cultism -Reason for establishing and joining cultsImportance of Interpersonal Relation -Inter-communal Relationship-Meaning and importance -skills that promote Interpersonal Relationship
9CULTISM (contd) -Consequence of cultism -Preventive measures against cultism -Government’s effort in preventing cultism.  Challenges of Inter-communal Conflicts -Problems of Boundary disputes in Nigeria
10.LAW AND ORDER RESPECT FOR CONSTITUTED AUTHORITY – Definition of Authority and types -Meaning of constituted Authority Difference between authority constituted authoritySkills of Inter-communal Conflicts
11.Types of Constituted Authority -Importance of constituted authority to the publicRevision
12Revision and examinationExamination
1.Simple Farm tools Identification, Description, uses maintenanceWEEK 1 & 2, COMMON WEED FOUND IN FARMS Meaning, types of weed, economic importance of weeds. Note. Discussion should be confined to characteristic features which aid their dispersal, growth habit and their control method
2.FARM POWER Definition. Sources, Advantages and Disadvantages 
3.FARM MECHANDIZATION -Definition and meaning of mechnadization -Advantages and Disavanadages -Problems and Prospects mechanidization  WEEK 3 & 4, CROP IMPROVEMENT: (a) Meaning and aims (b) Method/processes of crop improvement, their advantages and disadvantages. Note A brief mentioning of some genetic terms is required
4& 5.ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF FARM ANIMALS: Identification of parts and Important organs of a farm animals and their functions – digestive (monogastric and ruminant), circulatory, repordutive, respiratory and vervous system of farm animals. N. B. Details not required.Continuation of week 3
5. WEEK 5 & 6, BASIC ECONOMIC PRINCIPLE (a) Principle of demand and supply. Note Example of how they affect agricultural production should be emphasized. (b) Effect of demand and supply and agricultural returns (c) law of diminishing returns  
6 – 7.REPRODUCTION IN FARM ANIMAL: (a) Explanation of the following: Oestrus cycle, heat period mating, gestation period, parturition, lactation and colostrums. (b) Process of egg formation in poultry (c) Main reproduction hormones and theory functionsFARM RECORDS (a) meaning and importance of farm records (b) types of farm records e.g farm diary, cash book. (c) receipt and payments, farm inventory etc.
7 WEEK 7 & 8, FARM ACCOUNT (a) Meaning and importance of farm account. (b) Types of farm account (i) Expenditure account (purchase account) (ii) Income/sales account (iv) Balance sheet Note. Discussion should include terms such as appreciation farms machinery and tools in the farm.
8.Environmental Physiology: Emphasis should be placed on the effect of changes in climate on growth reproduction, milk and egg productionContinuation of week 7
9& 10Livestock Management: Rearing at least one ruminant and monogastric animals from birth to market size with emphasis on: housing, feeding, Hygiene, finishingWEEK 9 & 10, ANIMAL NUTRICTION (a) Meaning/definition of animal nutrition (b) identification of feeding stuffs and feeding equipment for various farm animal. (c) source and functions of food nutrients carbohydrates, protein, fat minerals vitamins and water. (d) types of ration/diet and their uses component of a balanced diet, production and maintenance ration
10. Continuation of week 9
1.MICRO ORGANISM AROUND US -Definition of micro-organisms -Micro-organisms in air and water -Groups of micro-organismsRESPIRATORY SYSTEMS -Types and structures of respiratory systems -Characteristic of respiratory surface
2.CONCEPTS OF CULTURING: -Identification of micro-organism in air, pond water, river stream etc -Micro-organism in our bodies and food -Carriers of micro-organismMECHANISM OF RESPIRATORY -Lower animals (Amoeba, paramecium etc) -Higher animals ( Toad, fish, man) – Plants  
3.MICRO-ORGANISM IN ACTION (a) Growth of micro-organism (b) Economics importance(harmful and beneficial effects (c) Disease caused by micro-organisms. (symptoms, mode of transmission and control of diseasesAQUATIC HABITAT MARINE HABITAT: (i) Characteristics of a marine habitat (ii) The major zones of the marine habitat )intertidal, Lotoral, Oceanic (iii) Distribution of organisms in the marine habitat (iv) Adaptation of organisms in the marine habitat
4.SEXUAL TRANSMITTED INFECTION(STIS) Definition, mode of transmission, signs and symptoms, prevention and control -HIV and AIDS ( definition, mode of transmission, signs symptoms and preventionESTUARINE HABITAT (i) Characteristics of the Estuarine Habitat (ii) Types of estuary (iii) Distribution of plants and animals in estuarine habitat (iv) Adaptive features of plants and animals in estuarine habitat v). Adaptive features of organisms in the freshwater habitat
5.TOWARD BETTER HEALTH (a) Control of harmful micro-organisms. (b) Vectors (definitions and ways of controlling vectors). (c) Maintenance of good health (d) Roles of health organization ( WHO, NMA, UNICEF, RED CROSS) etcFRESHWATER HABITAT (i) Charactertics of freshwater habitat (ii) Types of freshwater habitat (iii) Zones of fresh habitat (iv) Distribution of organisms in fresh water habitat (v) Adaptive features of organisms in the freshwater habitat
6.POPULATION (a) Population size, dominance, density (b) Population studies methods (use of quadrant, Transet, capture re-capture (c)  Factors that affect population ( food supply, mortality, natality migration etc) (d) Simple measurement of ecological factorsTERRESTRIAL HABITAT MARSHES/MARCH (i) Characteristics of a marsh (ii) Formation of a marsh (iii) Types of marshes (iv) Plants and animals that lives in marshes (v) Adaptive features of plants and animals in the marsh
7FUNCTIONING ECOSYSTEM (a) Role of autotrophs, heterotrophs and decomposer (b) Trophic level (c) Food chain and food web (d) Energy flow along tropic level ( pyramid of number, energy, biomoissFOREST (i) Characteristics’ of a forest (ii) Starta in the forest (iii) Distribution of plants and animals that inhabit a forest (iv)Adaprive features of plants and animals in a forest
8.ENERGY TRANSFORMATION IN NATURE (a) Energy loss in the ecosystem ( solar radiation, energy loss in the biosphere) measures of primary production (b) Laws of thermodynamics (first and second laws) (c) Application of the laws to ecological phenomena(a) GRASS LAND (i) Characteristics of grassland (ii) Types of grassland (iii) Distribution of plants and animals in grassland (iv) Some adaption of grassland communities (b) ARID LAND (i) Characteristics’ of Arid land (ii) Types of Arid lann (iii) Distribution of organisms in the habitat (Aridland)
9.ALL PRACTICALS (i) Experiment on photosynthesis (ii) culturing micro organismsECOLOGY OF POPULATIONS (a) Ecology of Succession (i) Definition (ii) Structural changes in species composition, variety, diversity and increase in numbers (iii) General characteristics and outcome of succession. b. OVERCROWDING (i) Definition (ii) Factors that may cause over-crowding (iii)Effects of overcrowding (iv) Adaption to avoid overcrowding (v) Territorial behaviours, dispersal of fruits emigration, Immigrations etc
10.ALL PRACTICALS (i) Experiment on photosynthesis (ii) culturing micro organisms(a) FOOD SHORTAGE (i) Definition, causes, effects of food shortage on the size of the population. (b) BALANCE IN NATURE (i) Factors affecting a population (Biotic, Abotic, Edaphic) etc (ii)  Responses for population to the effect of factors affecting population (iii) Dynamic equilibrium (iv) Family planning/contraception

1.REVISION OF FIRST AND SECOND TERM’S WORK (i) Acids-Definition, organic and inorganics acids (ii) Practical on Acids using milk, ripe and unripe fruitsREVISION/ WATER (i) Sources of water, types of water, water pollution and uses of water
2.CONCENTRATED AND DILUTED ACIDS Weak and Strong acids Characteristics, properties preparation and uses of acidsWATER (CONT’D)  Structure of water, cause/removal of hardness of water,  Laboratory preparation of water and test for water, municipal water-purification, Production of distilled water and Excursion of Water workd
3.BASES (i)Definition and examples (ii) Soluble and insoluble bases (Alkalis as soluble bases) with example (iii) Characteristics/Properties; Preparation and uses of bases  SOLUBILITY: BASIC CONCEPT (i) Solute, solvent and solution, saturated, unsaturated and super saturated solutions ii) Solubility of different solution iii) Calculations bases on solubility iv) Uses of solubility
4.SALTS – Definition and examples – Classification of salts into solube and insoluble salts with examples – Colours of salt, Types, Preparation and properties of salt, -Recovery of salt from solutions, Hydrolysis of salt  MASS/VOLUME RELATIONSHIPS i.  Mole, molar quantities ii. Relative Density and Relative Molecular Mass iii. Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP) iv. Calculation involving mass and volume  
5.-Relative Acidity and Alkalinity ( ThePH Scale) -Calculations of PH and pOH -Indicators-types and uses -Reaction of substances on exposure to air -Hygroscopy- Deliquence and efflorescence -Drying Agents-Definition and examplesACID/BASE REACTION i. Simple acid/base titration ii. Common indicators and their Ph range iii. Heat of neutralization (introduction) iv.  Calculation on acid-base titration
6.CARBON – Structure and Allostropes of Carbon – Types of carbon with examples -Different between diamond and graphics in terms of structure properties and uses -Coal: types, destructive, distillation of coal and uses of the products. – Coke: classification and usesHYDROCARBON I) Structure and valency of Carbon ii) Hydrocarbon- sources of Hydrocarbon iii)Classification of Aliphatic Hydrocarbon iv) Terminologies in organic chemistry: catenation, homologous series, isomerism  
7.OXIDES OF CARBON (i) Carbon, (ii) Oxide and Carbon (iv) Oxide-preparation, properties and uses (ii) Differences between the oxides (iii) Practical test for Carbon (IV) oxide  SATURATED HYDROCARBON (ALKANES) i) Nomenclature  ii) Preparation, properties and uses
8.TRIOXOCARBONATES (IV) (i) Occurrences, preparation and use (ii) Trioxocarbonate(IV) acid- preparation, properties and uses (iii) Test for Trioxocarbonate(IV)ion,CO32UNSATURATED HYDROCARBON (ALKENES) -Nomenclature -Preparation, properties and uses  
9.HYDROCARBONS (i) Introduction, sources and classes of hydrocarbons (ii)Crude Oil and Natural gas- fractions and economic importance of fractions (iii) Importance of HydrocarbonsUNSATURATED HYDROCARBON (ALKYENES) – Nomenclature – Preparation, properties and uses -Aromatic Hydrocarbons – Benzene structure and properties
10.CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES -Types of Chemical industries -Importance to the individual and nation -Excursion to Chemical IndustriesAlkanol – Types and properties -Preparation and properties of Alkanols -Industrial production of Alkanols by fermentation


1.-Revision of second term examination questions and introduction to calculation and processing devices -Identification and use of some calculating devices  -Revision of second term examination questions and introduction -Introduction of binomial expansion using Pascal’s triangle
2.Calculating devices II -Number system used in computers (binary nos) -Flow charts – Preparation and application of flow chartsBinomial expansion of (a+b)’’, where n is positive negative integers and fractional power. Find with term and application of Binomial expansion
3.-Coordinates Geometry straight line -Location of point on cartesuian plane (i) Mid points of a line segment (ii) Mid point of a line segment (iii) Gradient of a straight line (iv) Distance between two pointDifferentiation: i) Limits of a function. ii) Differentiation from first principle. iii) Differention of polynormals
4.Straight line continued: -Parallelism and perpendicularity -Equation of lines of different form -Intercept form, Gradient from, General form  Differentiation of: i) Transcendental such as: y= sin ax y= cos ax y=log ax y= eax
5.Coordinate Geometry: straight line (i) Transformation of non linear into linear form (ii) Areas of triangle and quadrilateralsRules of differentiation: i) Product rule: ii) Quotients rule iii) Functions of composite function y= (ax +b)n Application of differentiation to change
6.Vectors in two Dimensions -Definition of vectors and scalar and their difference -Operations on vectors equality addition subtraction, scalar Multiplication magnitude and direction of a unit vector  (b) maximum and minimum problem c) Equation of motion. d) Gradients Review of first half term’s work and period test
7Review of the first half term lessons and periodic testHigher derivative differentiation of implicts
8.Vectors in two dimension II – The triangle law     – Parallelogram Law – Resolution of vectors    – Scalar (dot)     -Product vectorsFunctions
9.Measure of dispersion: Range, Interquartile range, mean deviation, standard deviation and co-efficient of variation.Mechanics: (i) Vector in three dimension (ii) Scalar product of vectors in three dimension
10.History of nature of operation research modelingVector or cross product on three dimensions Application of cross product vector continue
11.RevisionOperation Research (i) Concepts of replacement (ii) Individuals replacement of sudden failure item (iii) Replacement of items that wear out gradually
12.Revision and ExaminationRevision and examination

1DISEASES -Definition, classes, factore necessary for communicable disease -Causative agent, suspect able host, transmission routeNON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES -Definition and causes, sign, prevention -Types of non-communicable diseases
2.CONTACT DISEASES -Gornoerhoea, syphilis, tineapedis (athlete’s foot) tinea capitis (ringworm), leprosy, scabies -Acquired Immune Deficiency syndrome (AIDS)DISEASES DUE TO GROWTH IN CELLS, HEREDITY AND HORMONAL DISORDERSeg; cancer, diabetes etc. epilepsy, heamophilia, heart disease, hypertension, ulcer, mental illness, rheumatism, sickle cell, infertility, asthma, aibinism etc.
3.NON- COMMUNICABLES DISEASES – Tetanus, diabetes, mellitus, sickle cell anemia -Causes, symptoms and prevention/controlFAMILY PLANNING AND SAFE MOTHERHOOD -Meaning and advantages, – birth control method (types) -Safe motherhood
4.HUMAN REPRODUCTION -Function of male and female reproduction organs -Secondary sexual characteristics in boys and girls -Conception, pregnancy, foetal development and child born -Menstrual cycle, sex determination, anti-natal and post natal cares -Causes of infertility artificial inseminations and test tube babiesFAMILY LIFE CHALLENGES: -Family challenges in Nigeria -Agencies promoting healthy family living
5.FAMILY AND FAMILY HEALTH ROLE: -Family types, functions of each member of the family -factor influencing a family life, family nuclearDIGESTIVE SYSTEM -Structure. Functions. Diagram
6.HUMAN SEXUALLY EDUCATION – Definition, importance of se education – Assertive and communicable skillsQUACKS AND QUACKER -Definitions, types of quackery -Importance of checking labels and expiry dates -Dangers of quacks and quackery
7.Personality defense mechanismCONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT
8.MENTAL ILLNESS: -Causes, prevention and management of mental stress, neurosis and sychosisCONSUMER HEALTH CARE SERVICE: -Definition,   types of health care service -Roles of health care services
9.CONSUMER HEALTH -meaning, importance of checking label and expiring dates in product before purchase. -danger of quacks and quackeryFACTORS INFLUENCING CHOICE OF CONSUMER PRODUCTS AND SERVICES: -meaning and factors influencing choice
10.CONSUMER HEALTH -factors influencing choice of consumer health -Role of diagnostic and dispensing servicesRevision
11.Revision of the term’s workRevision

1.History and development of Physical Education in NigeriaSOMATOTYPE -Meaning of somatotype, human body types -Character tic of the body on physical performance -Advantages and disadvantage of body types MUSCLES: -Meaning, types, functions related to movement -Types of contractions -Difference between isometric and isotomic contraction of muscles
2.Dance and Rhythm of selected traditional dance/musicPOSTURE: Meaning, Types, cause and characteristic
3.Tournament: -Definition, factors that determine choice of tournament -Types of tournamentRACKET GAMES: (Tennis) Theory and practical -Brief history of the game, specification of the court -Nature of the game, Skills/techniques of the games, -Materials, facilities and equipment -Rules and regulations, official and their duties, safety precautions, Terminologies  
4.(a) Ball Game (basket ball) Theory -nature of the game, skill, Equipment and facilities -court specification, rules and regulations -officials b)Practical demonstrationNERVOUS SYSTEM – Definition of nervous system -Components of nervous system: the brain, spinal cord, nerves etc
5.Digestive System -Structure and function of alimentary canal -Process of digestion -Absorption and assimilationNUTRITION -managing of nutrition, classes of food, balanced and unbalanced diet, functions of food, planning of athletics diet
6.Athletics (field events) Throws and jumps – Discuss, Javelin, Short put, Hammer, High jump Long jump (Emphasis on types and techniques b) Practical demonstrationHOCKEY GAMES –(Theory and practical) -Brief history of the game, specification of the pitch -Skills/techniques, materials: facilities and equipment -Rules and regulations, official and their duties -Safety precautions and Terminologies  
8.Gymnastics: – History, Scope, Facilities and equipment -Practical demonstration box work e.g. Neck spring, astride vault, thorough vaults. Mat work e.g. Hand spring, cart wheel, forward roll, backward roll  WEEK 8 & 9; DRUG EDUCATION: (a) Definition of drugs: types of drugs, reasons why people use drugs, effect of hard drugs (b)Drugs in sports -What is doping? – The Ergogenic aids, reasons for doping, effects of doping in sports, effects of enabolic steroid, Dangers of anabolic steroid.
9.(a) Physical fitness (i) Definition, Importance, components and values of physical fitness (b) Physical fitness test 
10.Nutrition in sports (i) Classification (ii) Relevance diet to different sports (iii) Types of food to be taken before, during and after sportsRACKET GAMES (Badminton) theory and practical Brief history of the game, specification of the courts, nature of the game, skills/techniques of the game Materials: facilities and equipments, Rules and regulations, officiating, Safety precautions.  Terminologies  
1.Revision/Concept Electricity –Electric current. Potential differences. Electromotive force, resistance and their units.  Ohms’s law and its verification, conductors that do not obey Ohm’s law. Factors affecting electrical resistance of a conductors, Resistivity and ConductivityRevision/ Triangular Prism, Rectangular glass, Prism, Angle of deviation and calculations, real depth and apparent depth
2.Resistor in series and parallel, cell in series and parallel, CalculationsLenses- Concave and Convex, ray diagram, lens formula and calculations
3.Electrical Energy and Power Buying Electric currentOptical Instruments-Camera, projector, telescope, microscope and periscope
4.Safety Devices, Detecting faults in currentOptical instruments: binoculars, human eyes and its defects
5.Particles nature of matters, Atomic Structure, State of Matter, Diffusion Osmosis Brownian motionDispersion of white light: Pure and impure spectrum, recombination of components of spectrum using colour filter, network disk.
6.Crystal Structure of Matter- Amorphous and Crystaline StructureDispersion of white light: colours and paints, mixing, Determination of refractive index
7.Surface Tension_ Definition, Effects, application and Reduction, Simple calculationSound waves: Production, transmission, speed of sound in solid, liquid, air, noise and music
8.Capilarity-Adhesion Cohesions and ApplicationSound waves: Effects of temperature and pressure on velocity of sound, functions of hearing aids
9.Elasticity-Hooke’s law, tensile stress, tensile strain and Young’s Modulus.Resonance: Vibration in pipes and strings; musical instruments, harmonics and over tones
10.Energy in Elastic materialsProject/Excursion
12.Revision/ ExaminationRevision/ Examination


1.Identification of electrically operations Unit in the vehicle e.g. wiper, horn starter motor etcFunction and main Component of lighting system and simple circuit diagram of automobile lighting system
2.Fundamental of electricity and basic electrical terms and components e.g. Current, VoltageAuxiliary Circuit-sketch and state their function e.g. instrument panel, horn, Radio etc
3.Representation of electrical unit with signs and symbols e.g. switch, fuse, coil, relay etcFunction and Component part of fully computerized ignition system e.g. E.C.U, Input Sensors, Output sensors and connecting wiring
4.Ohms law and simple calculation on electricityCharging System and its main component parts e.g. Alternator, battery, cutout voltage and current regulator-State their function
5.Sources of electrical power (Direct Current DC) and (Alternating Current AC)Use of battery testing instrument e.g. Hydrometer, High rate discharge tester, Voltmeter etc.  Calculate Battery rating
6.Electrical measuring instruments e.g. Voltmeter, Ohnmeter, Ammeter etcPurpose/function of the air conditioner and Heating/ventilating system
7.The Circuit (wring system)e.g. Erath return and insulated return systemState mechanical component parts of the auto air conditioner and their functions
8.Color codes used in circuit e.g. Back, red, etcIdentify and state electrical component parts of the auto air conditioner and state their function e.g Battery and composessor
9.Joining of cables e.g. Joining terminal connection and solderingFault tracing-Use appropriate diagnostic equipment to trace faults.
10.The Coil ignition system and its component parts and function.Care and maintenance of air conditioner
11.Operation of the Coil ignition systemLocate faults in the lighting system, align head lamps and replace bulbs and fuses
12.Layout and Function of the starting system and its component partsLocate and rectify starting problems and on ignition system
1.OHM’S LAW Definition of ohm’s law, mathematical expression of ohm’s law and interpretation, application of ohm’s law in a direct current circuit, calculation of simple concept of using ohm’s lawREVISION OF SECOND TERM’S WORK  
2ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT Definition, calculation of resistor in parallel, construction of resistors in series, calculation of combination of parallel/series Resistors, Description of electric current, potential difference, electromotive force and resistanceTypes of wiring methods, material used, Accessories, Types of switching method
3.FEATURES OF SIMPLE ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT Identification of ammeter, voltmeter and ohmmeter, uses of ammeter; voltmeter and ohmmeter in a simple demonstration, construction of a two point of light control by a switch (show) the wiring diagram and symbol,  Draw and explain the difference between series and parallel electrical circuit.Wiring Regulations State the wiring regulation concerning -Preparation of cable ends for connections to terminals -Method of terminating cables at accessories
4.KIRCHHOFF’S LAW The working statement of kirchhoff’s law Apply kirchhoff’s first law to derive and expressionConduit rums and fitting Types of conduit, Conduit fitting
5.SOLVE QUESTIONS ON FIRST AND SECOND LAWS OF KIRCHHOFF -Solve questions on kirchhoff’s current law -Solve questions on voltage law -Differentiate between the current & voltage laws of Kirchhoff’sContinuation of week 4
6.SOLDERING Definition,  Explain the principle of soldering,  Define Flux,  List types of Flux and State their composition and applicationTrunking -Types of trunking -Application of trunking
7.SOLDERING PROCEDURES -List and select source of heat -Demonstrates a simple soldering of a component -List and explain procedures for preparing surface for soldering Explain the following term: -Cold joint -Dry jointDusting Types of dusting Applications of dusting
8.SOURCES OF DIRECT CURRENT BATTERIES Definition and symbol of battery, types of cell. (OPERATIONS) Distinguish thee.M.F from potential difference (p.d)Power socket outlets -Layout diagram of Radial circuit -Application of Radial and Ring Circuits
9.CHEMICAL SOURCES OF ELCTROMOTIVE FORCE BATTIES -Define energy, Electric power -Test for the condition of a cell or Connect cell in: Series, parallel, series-parallelPower socket outlets -Advantages of Radial and Ring Circuit -Application of Radial and Ring Circuit
10EFFECT OF CELL -Explain the effect of cell when connected as iii above -Explain the effect of resistance on battery output -List examples of primary cells and secondary cellsMaintenance and repairs of various electrical appliances Types of maintenance of electrical appliances Predictive, Predictive, Corrective
11.BATTERY CHARGING -Identify the materials and equipment and tools used for battery charging -Describe the condition suitable for battery charging -List & explain methods of charging battery -List precautions required in a charging room -Construct a simple cell. Prepare an ElecrolyteElectrical appliance Examples of electrical appliance tobe maintained and repaired  

1Revision of last term workRevision of last term work
2.Working Material – Sandcrete, block, Brick – Timber – Stones – sheet metal – clay Bricks/ blocksPlumbing Methods of Installation – Types of Lead work used in – Plumbing – Roofs -Gutters -Eaves Valleys Methods of Installation  
3.Manufacturing of Working Materials – Sandcrete bricks/blocks – batching – Mixing – sizes – material for sandcrete blocks and bricks – uses of different sizes of sandcrete bricks and blockElectrical Installation and Electric symbols a. Types of wiring b. I.E.E (international Electrical Electronics)
4.Moulding machines – Manual – meachanical – steps in the production of sandcrete bricks and blockRoofs – Classification of Roofs:- i. Pitched roofs – lean to pitched, or pent roof, roofs. ii. Flat roofs – timber and concrete flat roofs. FUNCTION OF ROOFS
5.Clay, Blocks and Bricks – manufacturingof clay blocks and bricks (a) materials (b) Tools (c) Mixing procedure PROPERTIES OF CLAY, BRICKS AND BLOCKS (a) Strenght (b) durability (c) Fire resistance (d) Permeability Uses of Clay, Bricks and Blocks (a) Wall (b) facing (c) Foundation (d) Ore liningMaterial for Covering – Material for covering flat roofs – Materials for roof construction – Layout of roof members
6.Floor – Definition, Types (a) Solid reinforced concrete floor (b) suspended or Timber floor – supporting beam and columns functions – Materials and construction  Fixing of roof cover – fixing of roof covering materials and safety during construction.
7.Continuation of week 6Ceilings a. Purpose of Ceiling b. Properties of Ceiling
8.Walls – Definition of wall – types of wall external and internal wall (load bearing and non loadbearing – Functions of wall – Method of constructing wallbonding, nailing, use of botts, welding, vivetingParts of a Ceiling
9.Ceiling –  Purposes of celling – sound and thermal/insulation – parts of celling sheet, naggings, struts and battens – materials for ceilings – procedure for construction celings – safety requirementMaterials for Ceiling – Materials for Ceiling
10.Practical Project – Student to manufacture various types of blocks and bricksPractical/ Project
12.ExaminationRevision & Examination

1Revision of last term’s workRevision/Household laundry: (a) Dry cleaning
2Figure types and personal measurementHousehold laundry/dry cleaning
3Choice of styles for different figuresCare of clothier – clothing repair – Meaning of repairs in clothing and textiles – Types of repairs in clothing and textiles
4Factors affecting the choice of fabricPractical work: how to effect different types of repair on clothes
5Selection and purchase of clothing materialsCare of clothes: renovation processes: – Meaning of reconstruction/remodeling and renovation – Techniques of renovation
6Types of patterns – commercial pattern and drafted patterns: – Advantages and DisadvantagesDyeing – Definition of dye – Types of dye e.g. acid dyes, basic dye – Methods of dying e.g. tie and dye, batiks, screen printing
7.Commercial patterns – marks and interpretationPractical work on dye/Dress sense – good grooming: i. General principles of good grooming ii. Differences between proper and proper dressing iii. Harmonization of colour wheel
8Drafted patterns – Advantages and disadvantagesWardrobe planning: i. Meaning of wardrobe ii. Principle of wardrobe planning –
9Patterns laying and cutting procedurei. Factors influencing decision to buy or make clothes ii. Selection and purchasing ready – made clothes
10Drafting of PetticoatDress Sense – accessories: – Definition – Identification -Factors to be considered when choosing accessories – Making simple accessories – using beads for coronet, bangles, earing etc.

1Revision of 2nd term’s workRevision of the 2nd term’s work
2D.C Circuit: – Meaning, Components and Description of a simple d.c. circuitRadio Transmission
3Ohm’s Law in D.C. Circuit: – Relaionship between current, voltage and resistance – Power calculationsModulation of radio signal and reception:
4Use of circuit Board: – Meaning and types of circuit boards – Bread board, vevoboard, printed circuit board – Series, parallel and series-parallel CONSTRUCTION of simple dectric circuit connectionTelevision I: – Introduction, history and definition of term  television – Transmission of television signal – Block diagram transmitter and function of each stage
5Magnetic theory: – Definition of magnetism, magnetic poles, magnetic – Field and management materials – Types of magnetTelevision II: – Block diagram of television receiver – Explain sound and video channels and state the functions of each block – Explain difference between monochrome and colour television
6Law of attraction and repulsion of magnet: – Description and demonstration of the attraction and repulsion of a magnet – Application of magnetismMeasuring Instrument: – Concept of measuring instruments and classification – Difference between analog and digital instruments – Examples of measuring instruments and functions
7.Electro magnet: Explanation of electric field electromagnetic, electro magnetism Electro magnetism:Uses of measuring instruments: – Description and demonstration
8Electromagnetic induction:Electronics Transducers: Meaning, description and operation of different of transducer used in an electronics work and their application -Microphone, loud speaker, earphone -Television screen, handsets screen etc
9Application of Electromagnetic.ELECTRONICS SENSORS – meaning description and operation of different types of sensors used in electronics and their specification
10Transformers – Principles and construction of shell and core, single phase and three phase types. – Transformer losses: copper losses, iron losses, and stray losses – Methods  of minimizing lossesPRACTICAL AND PROJECTS – workshop practical’s and students project
11Practical and projectREVISION
12Revision /ExaminationEXAMINATION
1Revision/Food hygiene, food handling practices, food borne diseases, food sanitation laws, food laws regulatory bodies – NAFDAC, ON, ICLCRevision of last term’s work/Convenience foods:      –      Meaning of convenience foods      –      Advantages and disadvantages,      –      Factors to consider when choosing convenience foods
2ICPC – Independent corrupt practices commissions function of ICPC, penalties for such offencesPreservation of foods:      –      Meaning/reason for preserving foods      –      Causes of food spoilage      –      Classification of foods according to moisture content       i.e. perishable, semi-perishable and non-perishable
3Cooking of food – definition, reasons for cooking foods. Methods of heat transfer (conduction, convention, radiation) methods of cooking – most heat methods. Boiling, stewing, steaming, pressure cooking. Definition, Advantages and disadvantages, examples of foods cooked with each methodMethods of preservation of foods (a)   Drying – types of drying e.g. solar, oven, freezer, roller, vacuum, tunnel and spray.  –      Factors affecting the rate of drying –       Low temperature/high temperature  –      Uses of chemicals  –      Canning and bottling  –      Irradiation  –     Fermentation  –     Smoking
4Dry – heat methods – banking, roasting and drilling micro wave cooking. Definition, advantages and disadvantages of food cooked with each method. (b)    Frying – types of frying, general rules for frying. Advantages and disadvantages of frying.Storage of foods  –     Meaning of storage, types of storage  –     Post harvest storage  –     Storage of prepared of foods at home  –     Methods of post harvest storage e.g. Rhombos, Granary or mud, silo, Cribs, Jute bags, Suspended tree.
5Food study; cereal/grains e.g rice, millet, guinea corn, wheat, oats, maize etc          – Nutritive value of cereal/grains.                – Processing                – High and low extraction rate flour, cooking methodsStorage of Roots and Tubers: a. Methods e.g. barns, pit storage, on foot, b. Modern methods of storing yams and tubers – Storage of legumes, fruits and vegetable – Home storage of foodstuff
6Legumes/Pulses eg Beans, cowpea, groundnut, soya beans, melon seeds, peas, bambara nuts. Importance, nutritive values of legumes, cooking methods and dishes made from legumesPractical on storage and preservation of foods: a. Drying b. Smoking c. Salting
7Practical on cooking methods, cereal and legumesPratical on bottling of fruits and vegetables e.g. onions, pineapple, mango (jam making(
8Vegetables – root, tubers, leafy and miscellaneous vegetables, nutritive values of vegetables, factors affecting choice of vegetables preparatory and serving of vegetablesConsumer Education: a. Principles of consumer education b. Consumer agents c. How to gather information about consumer education
9Fruits – types of fruit, nurtrive value of fruits. Differences between cruits and vegetablesConsumer Education: a. Government agencies, their regulations and functions b. Community programmes c. Consumer practices e.g. adulteration misbrandment, falsification
10Practical on fruits and vegetables.Budgeting-important terms, e.e. income, need and expenditure/Factors that affects the budget. b. Food Budgeting, Bulk purchasing, market list c. Factors to consider when budgeting for food.
11Meat cookery – types of meat from different animals, nutritive value of meat, methods of cooking meatBuying and storage of foodstuff: – Importance of buying foods in bulk – Meaning of shopping list
12RevisionRevision / Examination

1Revision on TangencyRevision on Building Details
2LociBuilding designs and Working drawing
3LociBuilding designs and Working drawing
4LociBuilding drawing
5PrismsBuilding drawing
6Pyramids conesOrthographic view of Building
7DevelopmentOrthographic view of Building
8DevelopmentStructural details of Building
9DimensioningStructural details of Building
10Construction of Isometric circlesFree hand sketching
11Construction of Isometric circlesRevision & Examination
12Revision & ExaminationRevision & Examination
13Revision & ExaminationRevision & Examination

1Revision of last term’s workRevision of 2nd term’s work
2Preparation of bank reconciliation with credit balancesAcquisition/Purchase of business – Meaning, Reasons for Acquisition format and working exercises.
3Preparation of bank reconciliation when there is bank overdraft i.e. debit balancePurchase of Business – Format Preparation of new Business Account.
4End of year adjustments in profit and loss account-accruals and prepayments accrued incomeCompany Amalgamation – Reasons process and working exercises
5Provision for bad debt, bad debts, provision for discount allowed and receivedCompanies Formation, Private, Public Companies Quoted and Unquoted Companies
6Bad debt recovered, work exercisesNigeria Financial System – Meaning. Component, features, operators, Money market and capital market functions.
7Depreciation of fixed assets – meaning, reasons, methods of provision for depreciation, elements, terminologies, amortization and depletion etcTypes of shares, issue of shares, distinction between classes of shares, issue of shares at par, discount and premium
8Straight line and reducing balance methods. Depreciation schedule, advantages and disadvantages of each method – ledgersPreparation of accounts for issue of shares at par, discount and premium, bonus shares, right issues
9Treatment of depreciation in profit and loss and balance sheetLoan capital – debenture types. Distinction between shares and debentures, preparation of accounts relating your issue all classes of shares
10Preparation of final accounts with end of year adjustmentsCapital market – requirement for enlisting in capital market, second-tier security market. Advantages of capital market to:    (a)     individuals          (b)     Investors          (c)     Government          (d)     Economy          (e)      individual companies

1Revision of last term’s work: introduction to insurance practice Proposal formsDefinition of proposal formsFunctions of proposal formsRevision of last term’s works Employ’s Liability Insurance – Meaning of Employer’s Liability Insurance – Comprehension Policy – Level of Benefit payable
2Proposal forms (continued) Uses of proposal formsContracts where proposal forms are usedPublic Liability Insurance – Definition – Types of Public Liability Insurance – Personal Liability Policy – Product Liability Policy
3Cover notes Meaning of cover notesCharacteristics of cover notesProfessional Indemnity – Definition – Professional Liability to professional such as Doctor, Lawyer, Insurance Brokers, Accountants, Architects
4Cover notes (continued) Functions of over notesContracts where cover notes are issuedTerm Assurance – Definition of Term Assurance – Form of Term Assurance – Uses of Term Assurance – Policy under term Assurance
5Certification of Insurance – Definition of certification of Insurance – Contracts where certificate of Insurance are issued i. Motor ii. Employer’s Liability iii. MarineEndowment Assurance – Definition of Endowment Assurance – Types of Endowment Assurance – Types of Risks covered and its application – Benefits provided by each types of endowments assurance
6Policy Document – Definition of Policy Document – Component Parts of a Policy Document – Contraction of a PolicyWhole Life Assurance Policy – Definition – Mode of operation in whole life policy – Premium payment and maturity – Risks covered in WLAP
7Reinsurance – Definition of Reinsurance – Forms of Reinsurance (Facultative and Treaty) – Function of Reinsurance – Application of ReinsurancePerson Accident Insurance – Definition – Forms of Personal Accident Insurance – Group Personal Accident Insurance – Benefit Provided by Personal and Group – Personal Accident Insurance
8Insurance Renewals – Meaning of Insurance Renewals Notice – Consideration of Renewals – Procedure of RenewalsRevision
9Insurance Renewal (continued) – Legal Status of Renewal Notice – Long Term Agreement – The uses of No Claim Discount (NCD), Long Term Agreement (LTA) to ensure renewalTest
10Insurance Claims – Meaning of claim notification – Duties of insures and the insurer in claims – Duties of loss assessors and adjusterExamination
11Insurance Premium – Definition of premium – Premium in Life and non-life – Premium loading Total and partial return of premiumExamination

1Revision of Last Term’s Work (Cheques)Revision of Filing
2Communication – Meaning – Types (Oral, Written, Non-verbal, Visual Electronic) – Communication Process (Sender, Message, Medium, Decoder) – Importance of Communication in an office – Barriers to Effective Communication.– Materials used in Filing Documents i. Files ii. Printed Cards iii. Spring Grip Folders iv. Folders (ordinary)
3Post office Service – Meaning of Post Office – Post office Services i. Postal Services – letter: Ordinary, Registered, Express mail, Special mail, Poster restante, Telegrams’ ii. Remittances: Postsl Order, Money Order. iii. Pther Services; Delivery of Letter and Parcels, Re-direction of mail, Post Office Box, Private Mail BagMethods of payments – Introduction: Meaning of payment – Reasons for making payment – Procedures for making payment i. Cash ii. Cheque iii. Bank Draft iv. Traveler’s Cheque v. Credit Card vi. E-payment vii. Post Office viii. POS – Point of Sales
4Business Organization – Sole Proprietorship – Meaning features and Sources of Capital – Advantages and DisadvantagesMeans of Making Payment – Electronic Money transfer – Credit Transfer – Standing Order – Money Order – Postal Order -Cheques – Cash
5Partnership – Meaning, Features and sources of Capital – Types of Partnership – Types of Partners – Formation of Partnership – Dissolution of a Partnership – Advantages and DisadvantagesWages and Salaries – Meaning of wages and Salaries – Difference between Wages and Salaries – Roles of Wages Office – Calculating wages -Recording wages – Making appropriate payment workers
6Limited Liability Company – Meaning of a Company – Meaning of Limited Liability Company – Terms used in Limited Liability Company (Memorandum of Association Articles of Association, Prospectus, Shares Debentures etc. – Dissolution of a Company – Sources of CapitalMethods of Paying Wages – Time rate – Price rate – Profit sharing method – Commission basis – Individual bonuses – Performance related pay – Skill based pay
7Types of Limited Liability Company – Private Company (features, advantages and disadvantages) – Public Company (features, advantages and disadvantages) – Differences between a private Company and Public CompanyProcedures for Paying Wages – Cash analysis – Determining withdrawal – Giving prior notice to Bank – Preparing payroll – Disbursement
8Co-operative Society – Meaning and Origin – Types of Co-operative Societies and their features – Sources of Capital – Advantages and disadvantagesPayroll and Pay slip – Payroll (meaning and preparation) – Pay slip (meaning and preparation)
9Public Enterprises – Meaning – Reasons for Establishing Enterprises – Structures of Public Enterprises – Difference(s) between Public Enterprises and Private Enterprises – Advantages and disadvantagesImprest System – Meaning of Imprest – Meaning of Imprest system – Importance of mprest system
10Civil Service (Meaning and Functions) – Comparison of Civil Services and Public Service – Categories of Civil Service (General Departmental, Scientific and Specialist, Clerical)Preparation of an Imprest Account

  1Revision of last term’s work/Documents used in foreign trade and their Processes e.g. Consular Invoice, Bill of Lading, Invoice etc.Revision of last term’s work Warehousing – meaning, importance of warehousing.  Functions of warehousing, types of warehousing
  2Customs and Excise Authority: –    Functions of the customs and excise authority –    Preventive services and tax duties –   Export promotion council and functionsHistory of Nigerian Capital Market –   1946 (Development loan stock) –  1960 (Lagos State Exchange Act) –  1962 (Capital Issue Commission –   1979 (SEC Commission Decree 71) etc.
  3Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) –  Meaning of Nigerian Ports Authority –  Functions and relationship with the department of customs and excise –  Nigerian Airport Authority (NAA –  Meaning and functions and relationship with Virgin Nigeria formally     Called Nigeria Airways.The Stock Exchange: –  Meaning, function, organization set-up.   Procedure of     Transaction in the stock exchange, speculations in stock       Exchange, speculations in stock exchange e.g. Bears, Bull,     Stags, Jobbers and Brokers. –  Types of securities e.g. debentures, stock, shares, bond etc –  Importance of stock exchange.
  4Business Organisation: –  Sole Proprietorship –   Meaning and features –   Sources of capital –  Advantages and disadvantagesSecond-tier Securities Market: –  Meaning, Listing of companies for the market –  Advantages of companies and to the investing public,     operating regulations.
  5Partnership –  Meaning, formation and terms of agreement, characteristics, sources of     Capital –  Types of partnership, nominal, dormant and limited partnerships.Capital: –  Meaning –  Accountant points of view –  Economics points of view –  Laymen’s understanding –  Types of capital e.g.  Authorised, Issued called up, paid up. Capital  employed, capital owned, working     capital/circulating capital etc.
  6Kinds of partners and rights of partners –  Advantages and disadvantages –  Balance sheet, terms of partnership –   Conditions and dissolutionCapital (contd.) –  Importance of working capital –  Calculations of working capital –  Profit, meaning    (a)  Accountant points of view of profit    (b)  Economical of point of view of profit    (c)  Laymen’s understanding of profit    (d)  Definition of profits.
  7Money –  Meaning –  Evolution –  Functions –  Qualities –  Forms/types of moneyProfit – types of profit e.g. Gross profit, Net Profit –  Items in the trading, Profit and Loss Account –  Uses of Trading Profit and Loss Accounts –  Factors affecting profits –  Calculations of Gross Profits and Net Profit  
  8Banks –  Meaning and history of banking –  Types of banks – Central banks, Commercial banks, Saving banks etc. –   Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN) –  Origin –  FunctionsProfit (continued) –   Turnover:  meaning, factors that affect turnover –  Relation of capital to turnover, calculation of capital to     Turnover –  Rate of turnover –  Percentage of gross or net profit to turnover –  explanation of variation in turnover in different types of    Business
  9Savings and Specialized banks e.g. Savanna banks, Federal Savings bank, Mortgage banks, Building Societies –  Specialized banks e.g. Nigeria Industrial Development banks e.g. Nigeria Agricultural (NACRED) and Merchant banks  –  Micro FinanceCommunication –  Meaning, importance of communication     Nigeria traditional means of communication e.g.  Drum,     Guns, Palm front etc. –   Barriers to effective communication
10Cheque – meaning and features of cheque –  Types – Advantages, parties to a cheque –  Dishonoured cheques – why Banks dishonor chequesCommunication (contd.) –  Post office as a means of communication     Post Services e.g. ordinary post, registered post, express     letter, parcel, post-restante, overseas letter etc. –  Telecommunication service e.g. Telephone, local call,     Trunk call, international call, subscribers trunk dialing     (STD), global mobile service (GSM), Private Branch     Exchange (PBE), telegram, radiophone, telephone     directory, cablegram, satellites, telex etc.

  1Revision of second term’s work/effective prayer (i)   Meaning of Prayer (ii)  Causes of un-answered prayer (James 1: 6 – 8, 4:1 – 3, Jn. 5: 14 – 15) (iii)  Types of PrayerTHE SUPREMACY OF GOD i.    The stories of Elijah and Obadiah (1Kgs 16:29-34, 1Kgs 17:1-7, 16:1-9, 19:1-18)
  2.JAMES TEACHING ON PRAYER Jesus taught His disciples how to pray (Matt. 6: 7 – 13)ELIJAH AT MOUNT CARMEL i.     Elijah meet the king and threw a challenge. (1Kgs 18:17-19) ii.    The contest on Mount Carmel. (1Kgs 18:20-46, 1Sam 5:1-12
  3CHRISTIAN LIVING IN THE COMMUNITY (i)  Living a life of witnessing to Christ (1 Pet, 1:13 – 17, 2:9 – 25, 4: 1 -19) (ii)  Paul’s statement on children of light (Rom. 13:11 – 14)RELIGIOUS REFORM i.      Prevalent religious evils at the time of Josiah. (2Kgs. 22) ii.     Josiah reforms in Judah (2Kgs 23:4-14, 21-30) iii.   Religious reform in the North (2Kgs 23:15-20) iv.    Some area of religious reform in Nigeria e.g Removal of adulterous priest, spiritualists, homosexual, lesbians Pastors
4Social vices and witnessing to Christ (1Pet. 5: 7 – 11)CONCERN FOR ONE’S NATION i.      The captivity and destruction of Jerusalem (2Kgs 24:25:1-17). ii.     Report on the condition of the Nation.(Neh.1-3) iii.    Concern of Nehemiah,Ezra and Zerubabel for their Nation despite opposition.(Neh. 1:1-11;2:9-20; Ezra 1:5-11;7:1-10 iv.     Reconstruction of the Nation in the face of opposition. (Ezra 4:5; 1-2; 6:13-22; Neh. 4:1-23) v.      Responsibilty to our Nation – Nigeria: Political and economic stability, spiritual reawakening etc.
  5SKILL ACQUISITION AND EMPOWERMENT a. What is skill acquisition? b. Different trade student can acquire c. Examples from the Holy Bible i.    Jesus the carpenter’s son. (Matt 13:55, Mk 6:3)         ii.    The apostles as fishermen. (Matt 4:18-20)FAITH IN GOD i.      The command to worship king Nebuchadnezzar’s image (Dan. 3:1-7) ii.      Refusal of Shadrack, Meshack and Abednego to worship the king’s image iii.     Punishment for the refusal and God’s deliverance iv.     Effects of their faith and courage on the people i.e Babylonians and the Jews
6DIGINITY OF LABOUR (i)  Obligation to work       (1Thess 3;6-15, 2:9, Col 3:23-25, Eph 6:5-8, Titus 3:1) (ii)  Importance of hardwork to human life. (iii) Scriptural condemnation on idleness. (2Thess 3:14-15)FAITH AND POWER OF GOD i.       A degree to worship the king. (Dan.6:1-9) ii.      Daniel expresses his faith in God. (Dan. 6:10-15) iii.     Daniel in the lion’s den (Dan. 6:11-18) iv.     The power of God manifested. (Dan. 6:19-24) v.      Effects of Daniel’s Faith (Dan. 6:25-28) vi.     Qualities of Daniel. (Dan. 1:3-8; 6:3-5; 10, 16; 6:22-23).
7CHRISTIAN ATTITUDE TO WORKS. Jesus message on love of enemies. (Matt 5:38-48)TRUE RELIGION AND SOCIAL JUSTICE i.       True religion (Amos 5:21-23-25; 4:4,5) ii.      It demands purity of heart, honest desires and justice (Amos 5:4, 14-15, 24:4-5) iii.     Social vices of the time of Amos. (Amos 2:6-8; 4:1-1; 7-13) iv.     Opposition against Amos by Amaziah, priest of the royal sanctuary (Amos 7:10-17) v.      Divine Judgement of evil doers (Amos 4:2-3, 6-0; 5:14-20; 6:7:16-17; 8:9-10) vi.     Risk often faced by those who carry out divine message
8IMPARTIALITY i.    Meaning of impartiality. (James 2:1-13) ii.   The Golden Rule. (Matt 7:12, Lk 6:31) iii.  Negative effect of Depotism, Favoritism and tribalism on the societyTRUE RELIGION AND SOCIAL JUSTICE Divine Love: i.      God asked Hosea to marry Gomer, a harlot and raised children by her. (Hosea 1) ii.     The unfaithfulness of Israel to God and his continous love for her. (Hosea 2:5) iii.     Israel’s superficial response to God’s love. (Hosea 6:1-11) iv.     God demands steadfast love and knowledge of him. (Hosea 6:6) v.      Positive response to God’s love require patience (Hosea 6:1-4) vi.     God promises restoration for those who return to him in repentance (Hosea 14)
9THE RESURRECTION AND SECOND COMING OF CHRIST i.     The account of the resurrection. (Matt.28:1-8,        Mk,16:1-8,Lk24:1-11) ii.    Significance of resurrection to the Christian Faith iii.   Women activities in the story of resurrection to the Christian faith 
10THE SECOND COMING OF JESUS CHRIST I.      Jesus tasks of the last judgement when he comes. The parable of the ten virgins. (Matt.25:1-13). The parable of the talents. (Matt 25:14-30 ii.      the sign of the second coming of the Lord. (2Thess 2:1-2) iii.     Preparation for the second coming. (Matt 25:31-41, 1Thess 5:1-11) 
11HIV/AIDS a.       Meaning of HIV/AIDS b.       How people can be infected by HIV/AIDS and symptoms. c.       Cure for HIV/AIDS (People who are sick, Jesus cared for them). (John 4:46-54, 5:1-8, 9:1-7) 
12Revision of the term’s work 

1Revision of 2nd term unified examination DISTRIBUTIVE TRADE Meaning Channel of distributionProcess of distributionWholesalers (function to producers and retailers)Retailers (functions to wholesaler and consumers)Revision of last term’s work MONEY: Motives for holding moneyDemand for and supply of moneyElementary quantity theory of moneyValue of money and price level
2MIDDLEMEN Argument for or against the elimination of middlemenProblems of product distribution in NigeriaWays of improving the system of distribution of consumer goods in NigeriaRoles of government agencies in product distributionFINANCIAL INSTITUTION Money market (meaning, function and instruments used)Capital market (meaning, function and instruments used)
3MONEY Definition of money and its origin Trade by barter system and its deficienciesTypes of money (including credit card, value card, ICT, aider payment instruments such as ATM, Quick teller, paga, cashless teller machine etc)Characteristics of moneyFunction of moneyINFLATION Meaning, types, causes of inflationEffects and controls of inflation Deflation Meaning and causesEffects and controls
4FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Meaning of financial institutionsTypes (traditional, Commercial Banks meaning, functions and creation of credit and its limitations; Central Bank meaning function, weapons of controlling Commercial Banks and its contribution to economic developmentPUBLIC FINANCES Meaning objectivesTaxation (meaning, types (direct and indirect)Advantages and Disadvantages  
5CONCEPT OF DEMAND AND SUPPLY DEMAND Meaning of demandLaw of demandSchedule and curveTypes of demandFactors affecting demandSOURCES OF GOVERNMENT REVENUE Importance of taxation/effectsStructures of pulic expenditure (re-current and capital expenditure)
6SUPPLY Meaning of supplyLaw of supplySchedule and curveTypes of supplyFactors affecting supplyBUDGET Meaning, types and importanceNational Debt (meaning and types)Financing deficit budgetRevenue Allocation in Nigeria
7EQUILIBRIUM PRICE/PRICE DETERMINATION MeaningUse of hypothetical schedule and graph to determine equilibrium priceCalculation from hypothetical table from equations of demand and supply (i.eQd = Qs)Meaning and functions of the price system and other means of determining pricesCAPITAL MARKET Meaning and functionsStock ExchangeHow Stock Exchange operatesSecondary and Primary marketDevelopment Bank (functions)
8THE NATURE OF THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY General overview of the Nigeria economyNature and structure of industries in NigeriaContributions of primary, secondary and tertiary sectorExplain economic activities of the six-geo-political zonesNATIONAL INCOME Meaning and concept (GDP, GNP, NNP)Measurement of National incomeProblems of measuring National incomeUse of National income
9AGRICULTURE MeaningComponents/structureSystems of agricultureContributions to the economyProblems and solutions of agricultureAgriculture policies in Nigeria (OFN, RBOA, NAFPP, Green revolution)THEORY INCOME DETERMINATION Circular flow of incomeConcepts of investment, consumption and savings
10MINING MeaningComponents of the Nigerian mining industryMinerals (types, uses and locations)THEORY OF MULTIPLIER Meaning of the theory of multiplier Equilibrium level of incomeMultiplier effect

1ereL’oral: 1a pratique de la comprehension orale a L’ecouted’une cassette enregistree 
Exprimersa satisfaction Objectif: Entre capable de parler de ce que l’ on aime Maniere de le dire (content) Qu’est – ce que tuenpenses?C’est pas malC’est bienC’est superJe siussontent (e)Je suissatisfait (e)Je suisravi (e) Champs lexicaux Les loisirsLes moyens de communication Structure grammatical Opposition entre present et imparfait Enfaisantparticiper les eleves, le professeurdecrit un aspect de la vie modern tout eninsistant sur les aspects satisfaisants Eleves Les elevess’imaginent dans diverses situations de bonheureest font des declarations approprieestelles: comme je suis content!Introduction au cours.  L’orale – la pratique de la lecture et la comprehension orale: – c’est-a-dure a. L’ecouted’une cassette/un CD/DVD enregistree.
3eExprimerses regrets Objectif: Etre capable de parler de ce que l’ on regretted Maniere de le dire, (content) Aujourd’hui, ii y a……… Qu’est – ce que tuenpenses?c’estdommage/regretteablec’est tristec’est terribleje regrettedregrettablement/…… malheureusement. Etc. champs lexicaux les moyens de transportdivertissement structure grammaticales opposition entre present et imparfit Pratique de classe Enfaisantparticiper les eleves, le professeurdecrit la vie modern tout eninsistant sur les aspects peusatisfaisants Eleves Les elevess’imaginent dans diverses situation de tristesse et font des declaration approprieestelles: Comme je suistrist!2eet3e Exprimerl’appreciation Objectif:  Etre capable d’exprimer, sous diverses             forms: –      L’appreiciation –      L’approbation Maniere de la dire: Vocabulaire/structures/expression permettant D’apprecier un fait/une situation: –      Pas mal!,c’est pas mal!, pas mal du tout!, c’est super!   Quelle bonne/agreeable/belle/soiree! –      Que c’est beau! –      Qu’ellessont belles! –      C’estfou! –      Une soiree d’enfer! –      C’estsumpa! –      C’est excellent! Grammaire: L’adjectifindefini: –      Quelle soiree! –      Quelle but!
4eExperimerses sentiments positif et negatives Objectif: Etre capable d’experimer les sentiments personnels   Maniere de le lire (content) Sentiments positives Sentiments negatives Je suis content (e) Je suisheureux (se) Je suisenchante (e) Je suisravi(e) – ca alors! – oh, la,la! Je suismecontent (e) Je suismalheureux (se) Je suisdesole (e) Je suisfache/ encolere Je suisetonne C’estdommageetc   Champs lexicaux Les sentiments et les emotions admirationsatisfactioncolereetcchamps lexicaux relatives a l’oeuvreetudiee Structures grammaticales pour + (infinitive)il est necessaire de + (infinitive) Pratique de classe le professeur fait mimer des sentiments a un eleve et demande aux autres de les reconnaitre Eleves: jeu de role Un eleveremet son bulletin scolaire a son pere/sa mere Plusieurs scenarios sont possible en function de resultants scolaires (catastrophiques, moyen, excellent et de l’attitude des parents.–      Plusieurs, quelques, quelconque, etc. –      La metaphore Pratiques de classe: Le       professeurfournitquelques         situations (personage/context)  quivontperimettre  un    travail D’ecriture  (au restaurant, chez des    amisen Voyage…..) puis de mise  en scene    de                   courtes Soynetes par des groups de 3 ou 4 eleves Activiteorale: Jeu de roles. Pour toute mise en scene, jouer son     contraire Le professeur propose unedictee sur les Expressions de confinance, de solidarite et d’encouragement. –  Vousetes clients.  Vousappreciez a travers des    expressions appropriees de etalages. –  Amaka vient de reussir a un examen.  Vousluifaitesune Lettre de felicitations,
5eExperimercequ’il fault faire. Objectif: Etre capable de communiqué des recommadations Maniere de le dire (content): -Pour etre un bon/une bonne (métier ou role) -Qu’est-cequ’ il faut faire? -ii faut + (infinitif) -pour etre un bon……. -Pour……il faut que je + (subjonctif) Champs lexicaux -Les obligations liees a chaque role, métier Structures grammaticales: Approaches du subjoncitif present Pratiques de classe Les professeurdemandecequ ii faut faire pour etre Un/une bon(ne) eleve. Le professeurdemande aux elevescequ il faut faire pour remedier a certaines situations ex: pour ne plus dormer enclasse, que faut-il faire? (II Faut se coucher tot.) Eleves (jeu de roles) Une mere dit a sa fille/son filsce qui se fait.4eet5eExprimer la deception           Objectif: Ebtre capable de parler de son attitude envers un fait avec prudence. Maniere de le dire: Vocabulaire/structures/expression lies a L’expression de la deception:     –    Zut!     –    Bof!     –    Comme sicomme ca          Si je savais!     –   Quelle deception!     –   Je suisdecu(e)     –   Ah non, c’est pas possible! Pratiques de classe:        Le professeurintroduitdiverses  situations qui impliquent la deception..        Les eleveschoisissent les expressions Appropriees aux situations proposeees par le professeur.        Ex quell Malheur/quell dommage.  
6eExperimercequ’ il ne faut pas faire. Objectif; Etre capable de communiqur des interdicitions Maniere de le dire (content) -llestinterdit de …………. -Defense de ……………… -C’estinterdit de ………. -ll ne faut pas ………… Champs lexicaux. -Les obligations liees a chaque role métier Structures grammaticales -ll faut que + subjontif Pratiques de classe Le professeurdemandecequ’ il faut faire pour etre Un/une bon (ne) eleve. Le professeurdemande aux elevescequ’ il faut faire pour remedier a certain situations ex: pour ne plus dormer enclasse que faut-il faire? (II faut se coucher tot) 
7eDonner la/les raison(s) des sentiments varies Objectif: Etre capable d’ expliquer les sentiments. Maniere de le dire (content) -Pourquoitudors sans la classe? -Est-cequ’il/a tort /chaud? -en raison de……….. – a cause de……………… -je suis fatigue (e) parce que j’ ai beaucoup travaile. -Est-cequ’ il a tort? A mon avis il a raison. -De ma part……… Champs lexicaux Ia fatigue Iapeur Iefriod/la chaleur Iecalme I’ ennui Structures grammaticales Les expressions de sentiments + le verbeavoir: Avoir + peur ‘’        + Froid ‘’        + Chaud ‘’        + tort/raison ‘’        + faim ‘’        + sommeil / vertige ‘’        + age Ieverbeetre + adjective ex: je suis fatigue (e) Pratiques de classe Le professeurexplique/choisitune opinion sur un sujet, un sentiment et donne la raison pourcechoix. Exemples: du riz au gras, je I adore, a cause de ………../en raison de (mon examen, mon travail). Eleves Les eleves a tour de role expliquentpourquoiilssontou ne sont pas toujoursennuyesencolere     Ce que I’ on doit faire pour atteindre un objectif. Objectif: Etre capable d’ expliquerce que I’ on doit faire pour realiser un objectif. Maniere de le dire (content) -Pour reussir un examen/pour obtenir un visa etc. Qu’est-cequ ‘il faut faire? -Pour……….on doit + (infinitive) -Pour……. Il faut + (infinitif). -Si quelqu’ un veut……qu’est-cequ’ il faut, Qu’ il fasse? /Qu’est-cequ’il doit faire? -II faut qu’il/elle + (subjonctif) -II doit + infinitive Champs lexicaux -Objectifs et projects -Les demarches -Les obligations Structures grammaticales -Pour + (infinitive) -il est necessaire de + (infinitif) -il faut………… Pratiques de classe Le professeur propose uneserie d’ objectifs possible, puis il demande aux elevesce que I’ on doit faire pour atteindrechacun de cesobjectifs. Ex Pour devenir avocet Eleves Un (e) ami(e) se plaint a l’ autre car il/elleaechoue Son ami (e) Iuiditcequ’il/elle doit faire pour obtenirune bonne note ou pour reussir a l’ examen.6eet7eNuance les expressions d’une opinion              Objectif:    Etre capable de parler de son attitude Envers              Un fait avec prudence. Maniere de le dire: Vocabulaire/structures/expression destines a nuancer              Opinion et l’attitude     –       Je dirais que …     –       Il paraitrait que …..     –       Je ne dirais pas non …..     –       Pas exactement     –       Si vousinsistezetc     –       C’estplutot/assez/tres/vachement/super/hyper             Bon… oumauvais! Pratiques de classe: Jeu de roles: Vousetestemoin: L’avocatvousinteroge, maisvous
            Ne voulez pas repondredirectement. Employez les expressions appropriees.
9eReagir a une opinion: Objectif:Etre capable d’ employer des formulesapproprieesen reaction a un avis Maniere de le dire (content): -Tu connais……..? Qu’ est-ce que tuenpenses? -Comment trouves-tuce…..? -Je pensequ’ il /elleest……… -Je trouvequ’il /elleest….. -Je le /la trouve………… -Ca t’ interesse? -Ca m’interess/Ca m’ interesse pas. -Je pense/trouve que c’est………. -A mon/ton avis……..pas exactement -Personnellement………peut-etre, impossible Champs lexicaux Les gouts et les preferences Moi, aussi Moi, non plus Ca + verbe pronominal Structures grammaticales –      Penser / trouve que + le verbeetre –      ca + verbe pronominal Pratiques de classe. Le professeurdemande aux eleves: votrepere et votre mere qui aimez-vous le plus Puis le professeurleurdemande de justifier leur preference. Eleves:Analysed’une image.8eet9e L’orale sur des cours passé:                   Le professeuressaiedexprimer des cours passes                   Un a un devant les eleves pour reviser ceuxqu’ils ont déjà traits.
10thCivilisation:S’informer sur la vie et la culture des autres Objectif:Etre capable de donner des rensinements sur le Nigeria et la France. Maniere de le dire; (content) – La vie politique du Nigeria et de la France. – Les deux Presidents –  Le senat /l’assembleenationale – Les residences officielles:  Aso Rock, /Le Palais d’Elysee. – Le Premier Ministre – Le pouuvoir executive/le pouvoir legislative, le pouvoir local. – Le mandate presidential de deux pays.10eet11eLa revision

1Revision of last term’s work/Local GeographyRevision of last term’s work/Settlement Interactions –   Types of interactions (Commercial, Cultural,        Administration etc.) –   Interaction Patterns (Urban-rural, Urban-Urban,     Rural-rural) –   Settlement Interaction Patterns with respect to migration
2Nigeria:  Location, Position and Size –   Longitude, Latitude, Boundaries and Neighbouring Countries –   Size:  Distance from South to North, West to East, Land area and Size in     Relation to West Africa and Africa. –   Political Division:  States and Capitals including FCT, Local Governments    And their Headquarters.Geo-political Issues (Land reclamation) –   Reclamation Methods (Afforestation, Construction of     Barriers, Sand Filling, Construction of Drainage, Control of     Erosion Heads etc.) –  Importance of Land Reclamation
3Nigeria:  Relief and Drainage –  Highlands and Lowlands:     Highlands: Examples and Area found –  Importance and Disadvantages –  Lowlands:  Examples and Area Found –  Importance and Disadvantages –    Drainage –   Major Rivers, Lakes, River Basin Definitions,     Types and importance –   Characteristics of Nigerian RiverGIS (Geographic Information System) –   Data Sources (Land Survey, Remote Sensing, Map      Digitizing, Map Scanning, Field Investigation, Tabular Data etc) –  Collection of Data for GIS
4Nigeria:  Climate  –   The Two Major Seasons –    Characteristics of Nigeria Climate –  Local winds, Tropical Maritime air mass, tropical continental air mass,     Equatorial Easterlies, Land and Sea Breezes.Location, size, position and political division of Africa –     Longitude, Latitude and Position –     Size in Relation to Population, Land Area etc –    Political Divisions:  Countries and Their Capital
5Nigeria:  Vegetation and Soils –  Major Vegetation Belts and Their characteristics. –   Major Soil Zones –   Characteristics –   Soil Erosion:  Areas Prone to soil erosion in Nigeria –   Effects of Soil Erosion –   Measures to control Soil ErosionAfrica:  Relief and Drainage –    Highlands and Lowlands (Relief Regions, Effects of      Mountains on Climate) –    Advantages and Disadvantages of Highlands and      Lowlands –    Drainage:  Major Rivers, Lakes, River Basins,       Characteristics and importance of African Rivers –     Lakes in Africa
6Nigeria:  Transportation and Industries –   Road, Rail, Water, Air, Pipeline –   Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Quaternary industries in Nigeria and     other parts of the World.Africa:  Climate and Vegetation –    Climate:  Factors affecting climate, types and      Characteristics. –    Vegetation:  Factors affecting vegetation, types and      And characteristics –    Economic:  Importance of climate and vegetation
7Nigeria Population: –   Definition, Size, Distribution and Structure –  Population:  Quality/Growth rate:  influence of HIV/AIDS on Population    Quality –   Population Movement e.g. Rural to Urban, Urban to Rural etc. –  Population Data SourceLumbering in Equatorial Africa:  Zaire and Nigeria –    Meaning of definition –   Lumbering areas, favourable factors and methods of     Lumbering –   Economic:  Trees and importance –  Problems and solutions to the problems
8Agriculture in Nigeria –  Major cash and food crops:  Areas they can be found. –  Importance of Agriculture, Problems and Solution to the ProblemsIrrigation:  Agriculture in Nile Basin and the Niger Basin –   Definition, factors that favour irrigation –   Methods of irrigation in use –   Contribution of irrigation schemes to economic     Development –   Crops cultivated –   Problems and solutions
9Mineral resources in Nigeria: –   Minerals and method of mining e.g.  Petroleum, Gas, Tin and Columbite     Lime stones –   Importance of Mineral Resources –   Problems of Mining Mineral Resources and SolutionsPlantation, Agriculture in West and East Africa –   Definition, characteristics or features –   Favourable factors –   Areas of plantation agriculture –  Importance, problems and solutions to the problems
10Power Resources: –  Types and locations of power resources in Nigeria e.g. Hydro Electrical     Power (HEP), Thermal etc. –  Importance of Power Resources –  Problems of Power Resources and their SolutionsFruit farming in the Mediterranean Regions of Africa –   Definition, Major Areas and factors favourable to     Fruit farming –   Types of fruit produced –   Importance and problems of fruit farming
1(i)        Revision and Political Participation             Meaning, forms, purposes, factors affecting political participation (ii)       Centralization and Decentralization             Reasons for its adoption, types, merits and demeritsTopic: Development of Political Parties in Nigeria I colonial era and First Republic The Northern People Congress (NPC) –  The Action Group (AG) –  The Minor Political Parties of the First Republic – UMBC, NEPU, etc. –  Organizational Structure, Sources of Finance, Objectives and Performance.
2 & 3(i)        Delegated Legislation, Definition, Types and            Reasons for Delegated Legislation (ii)      Merits and Demerits, Control of Delegated Legislation      Second Republic Political Parties: Development of Political Parties in Nigeria II –   The Action Group (AG) –   Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN) –   Nigeria Peoples Party (NPP) –   Great Nigeria People Party (GNPP) –   People Redemption Party (PRP) –   Nigeria Advanced Party (NAP) Formation Organizational Structure, Sources of Finance, Objectives and Performance.
4Citizenship:  Meaning:  Ways of Acquiring CitizenshipThe Third and Fourth Republics Political Parties: Development of Political Parties in Nigeria III –   Social Democratic Party (SDP) –   National Republican Convention (NRC) –   People Democratic Party (PDP) –   All Nigeria People Party (ANPP) –   Alliance For Democracy (AD) –   Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) –   Congress for Progressive Charge (CPC) –   Other Minor Political Parties; Formation, structural     Organization, sources of finance, Objectives and     Performance.
5 & 6(i)       Citizenship:  Ways of losing citizenship (ii)     Rights of a citizen:  Meaning/Duties and Obligations of a Citizen           In a state (iii)     Ways of Safeguarding Citizens Rights   (i)       Limitations to a Citizen’s rights (ii)      Difference between a Citizen and Non-CitizenMilitary Rule in Nigeria: –   Historical background –   Reasons for Military Rule or intervention –   Achievement of Military Rule in Nigeria –   Structure of Military Regimes in Nigeria –   Weakness of Military Government in Nigeria –   Measures That Could be Taken to Prevent –   Military intervention in Nigeria Politics.
7(i)       Political Parties:  Definition, Types, Features, Functions (ii)      Party Manifestoes and its importance.Conflict Resolutions and Management, Peace Education –   Meaning, Types, Causes, Consequences –   Conflict Resolution –    Peace Education Meaning of Peace, Mechanism for      Promoting Peace.
8Party System:  Definition, Types, Merits and DemeritsLocal Government Administration in Nigeria –   Structure, Functions of Local Government, Sources of     Finance, Problems. –   1976 Local Government Reforms in Nigeria. –   Roles of Traditional Rulers in Government.
9(i)    Pressure groups:  Meaning, Types, functions, factors that can aid its          Effective operations (ii)    Mode of its operationNigeria and the world    Interdependence of Nations: The Needs for Interactions,      Merits and Demerits. –   The Nigeria Foreign Policy, Formulation of Nigeria’s      Foreign Policy, Features of Nigeria’s Foreign Policy
10(i)     Factors working against the success of Pressure Groups (ii)    Danger posed by its activities (iii)   Comparison between Pressure Group and Political PartyRevision
12 &13ExaminationExamination

   1Revision of last term’s work and examination.Revision of last term’s work and Examinations
  2Borno in the 19th Century. The Fulani Jihadists attack on KanemBorno empire. Borno under the Shehus. The Emergency of El-Kanemi. Borno under Shehu Umar. Fall of Borno in the 19th Century.Christian Missionary activities in West Africa. Impacts of Christian Missionary in West Africa. Foundation of Sierra Leone and Liberia. Reasons and effects.
  3Yorubaland in the 19th Century. Fall of Old Oyo Empire. Reasons and Effects. Yoruba wars of the 19th Century Owu war 1820s, Ijaye war 1861-1865. Era of Ibadan Dominance in Yoruba land Reasons and effects. Ekiti Parapo or kiriji war 1870s. The British Peace Treaty in Yoruba land of 1886.Empire in Western Sudan: Old Ghana Empire. Rise and fall of Old Ghana empire.
4Benin in the 19th Century Fall of Benin Empire in the 19th Century. Reasons and effects.Mail Empire. Activities of Mansa Musa in Mali Empire. Rise and fall of Mali Empire.
5British Conquests of Nigeria. British occupation of Lagos 1861. Reasons and effects.Songhai Emppire: Activities of Sonni Ali. Activities of Asskia the Great. Growth and collapse of Songhai Empire.
6.British Conquests of Yorubaland. Ijebu expedition of 1892. Reasons and effectsAshante empire in Ghana. Osei Tutu and the Golden Stool. European subjugation of the Asante Empire.
7The British conquest of Benin. Reasons and EffectsDahomay Kingdom in West Africa. Great Kings in Dahomey i.eWegbajaGelele, Gezo, etc
8British conquest of Northern Nigeria. Sultan Attahiru and the Satiru Revolt 1906.Factors responsible for the Decline of Great Empires in Western Sudan and West Africa.
9British subjugation of Nigeria Igboland, Middlebelt, Borno.Revision
10Early phase of British Rule in Nigeria 1900-1914-the colony of Lagos British Colonial Administrative Structure i.e Native courts, native Authority, Native treasury etc.Examination
11Amalgamation of Nigeria and its significances. 
028                       ISLAMIC STUDIESISLAMIC STUDIES
1Revision/Islamic political system: –   Sovereignty of Allah –   The principle of Amanah (trust);Adaah      (Justice) and Shurah (mutual consultations)Revision of second term’s work The study of suratul-ma’un (q107) Arabic text/transliterationTranslationCommentary/lesson from the surah
2Al-Khulafa’ur-rashidun(Contd: –    Uthman bin Affan –    Aibin Abi TalibThe four Sunni schools of thought I: Hanafi and maliki Brief biography of the founders of each of the schools.Features of each of the schoolsThe locations of each of the school
3Hadith5 and 6 of An-Nawawi –   Arabic text/transliteration –   Transliteration –   Commentary/lessonsImpact of Islam on the Economic and Political life in West Africa –  Economic condition of West Africa before Islam –   Article of merchandise in West Africa:  Gold, Ivory, kolanut     and slave –   The role of Islam on the Economic life of West African            Empires
4SuratulQadr (Q97) and Tin (Q95) –    Arabic text/transliteration –    Translation –    Commentary/lessonsThe study of the 19th and 20th Hadith of an-Nawawi’s collection: Arabic text/transliterationTranslation         –     Lessons from the hadith and application to daily               Activities
5The qualities of Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W.)Challenges of syncreticin (Takhlit) and the Islamic solution –   Meaning of Takhlit –    Differences between Takhlit and Tawhid –   Various practices that constitute Takhlit
6SALAT:  Definition –   Description of a rak’ah –   Joining a congregational Salat –   Mubtilatu-s-Salat (what vitiates Salat) –   Sujud-us-SahwiThe four Sunni schools of thought I: Shafi and Hanbal Brief biography of the founders of each of the schools.Features of each of the schoolsThe locations of each of the school
7SALAT (contd.) –   Various kinds of Salat –   Obligatory (Fara’id) –   Non-obligatory/voluntary Sunah) –   Occasional/special Salat –   Importance of Salat: religious, social and moral importanceThe study of suratul-kafiru (Q 109) Arabic text/transliterationTranslationCommentary/lesson from the surah
8Az-Zakat –   Definition –  Types –  Differences between Zakat and Sadaqah –  Zakatul-Fitr –  Articles and Beneficiaries of Zakat –  Importance of Zakat:  spiritual, socio-economic and moral objectivesLife of Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W) The defensive nature of the prophet wars i.e. battles of badri, Uhud, Khandaq and Hunayn.The treaty of hudaybiyyah: terms and implicationEmissaries to foreign rules  
9Hadith 10 of An-Nawawi –  Arabic text/transliteration –  Translation –  Commentary/lessonsThe study of the 21st Hadith of an-Nawawi’s collection: Arabic text/transliterationTranslationLesson from the hadith and application to daily activities.
10Suratu-d-duha (Q93) and Sharhi (Q94) –  Arabic text/transliteration –  Translation –  Commentary/lessonsIslamic civilization and Islamization of knowledge: Islamic source of civilization Qur’an and Sunni Definition of terms: civilization, IslamizationRelevant Qu’ran verses and Hadith that encourage acquisition of knowledgeA list of notable (Islamic Education Institution)
11Suratul-d-duha (Q92) and Bayyinah(Q98) –  Arabic text/transliteration –  Translation –  Commentary/lessonsLife of the Prophet (S.A.W) II: Conquest of MakkahYear of delegationsThe farewell pilgrimage: Description, sermon and its lesson.The death of Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W)
1Revision of last term’s workRevision of last term work
2Introduction to African Drama One of the following texts shall be studied in the class (i)   Frank O. Ogbeche – Harvest of Corruption (ii)  Dele Charley – Blood of Stranger (a)   Authorial and textual background of either play (b)  Plot and summary of either play (c)  Setting of the playIntroduction to Non-African Drama Oliver Goldsmith – She stoops to conquer Lorraine Hansberry – A Raisin in the Sun (a)  Plot summary of either play listed above (b)   Setting of the play listed above  
3Reading and analysis of scenes 1 and 2 either playMeticulous study and analysis of Act One and Two of either play listed above
4Reading and analysis of scenes 3 and 4 either playMeticulous study and analysis of Act Three and Four of either play listed above
5Reading and analysis of scenes 5, 6 and 7 of either playMeticulous study and analysis of Act Five of either play listed above
6Reading and analysis of scene 8 of either playCharacters and characterization in either play NOTE:  Roles played by each character in either play must be emphasized
7Characters and characterization in either play NOTE:  Roles played by each character in either play must be emphasizedThemes of either play listed above
8Themes of either play listed aboveStyles languages and dramatic techniques of either play listed above
9Styles Dramatic techniques of either playBirches:  Robert Frost (a)   Themes and content analysis of poem (b)   Poetic devices of the poem
10Styles languages of either play“Shall I compare thee to Sumer’s Diary” – Williams Shakespeare (a)  Themes and content analysis of poem (b)   Poetic devices of the poem
11Revision of the term’s workRevision
12 &13ExaminationExamination
1Revision of last term’s work Pitch – more practices in transpositions of difficult melodies Aural Training More exercise on rhythmic patterns learntRevision of second term’s work
2Form and Analysis Instrumental and vocal music:  Identify, discuss the general features of: (a)    Theme and variation (b)   Dances of Baroque period (c)   Cantata and Oratorio instrumental  music symphony, sonataAfrican Music –   Development of art music in Nigeria –    Nigeria art musicians and their works
3Harmony/counterpart chord progressions: (i)    Passing 6/4 (ii)  Cadential 6/4 Aural Training Pitch-more exercises on all perfect intervals.  All major and minor augmented and diminished, intervalsAural test: (i)  Harmonic interval to be identified when played        (a)  major intervals 2nd, 3rd, 6th& 7th      (b)  Perfect interval 4th, 5th& octave (ii)   Melody writing in simple and compound
4Form and Analysis: The concertos instrumental music History/Literature The structural forms of art music strophic and through composed musicTriads/chord –   Definition of V7 chords as a 4tone chord –   Dominant 7th chord and its inversion –   Four parts writing –   Harmony; Using candential 6/4 and passing 6/4
5Harmony /counterpoint (i)   Change in tonality more exercise involving modulaton to the        dominant and sub-dominant keys (ii)     Secondary triads chords II M- VI in root position (iii)   1st inversion of chords II – VI Harmonising any given melody using          primary triads and chords II – VIModulation –   Definition –  Types of modulation Gradual, implied and abrupt
6Instrumental Music the symphony History/Literature The techniques adopted by the composer of the Art songs, Nigerian Traditional instruments, identity traditional musical instruments and their classifications Recognise them in an ensembleAural –   Cadences interruption etc –   Rhythmic dictation in monotone
7Harmony/counterpoint (i)   More melodic writing using all features learnt and including simple        And compound duple time. (ii)   Transcription from piano score to open score Aural Training          Melodic dictation of 8 bars melodies in major and minor keysForm and Analysis: –  Binary, Tertiary, Rondo, variations, sonate, sonatina etc.
8Form and Analysis: Structural analysis of Nigerian Dancers Choreographic devices Use of motif phrase, repetition and transposition History/Literature Co-operation between poets and musicians text and must relationshipAnalysis of set works
9Harmony/counterpoint (i)   Creativity Two parts writing (ii)   Writing and scoring accompaniment to selected songs:  play         Traditional instruments/western Aural training Identifying aurally and writing cadences studied perfect plagal Interrupted and ImperfectPractical –   Sight reading of musical scores –   Playing of choice instrument
10Form and Analysi Choreographic appendagess: (i)   objects e.g. Props (ii)   Costume and light (iii)   Dance and Drama (iv)  Sound accompaniment History/Literature (i)   Major composers of Art music and their works of the style Shubert Schuman  Brahus, Vaughau Williams Benjamin Shaw Britter (ii)   Contemporary Nigerian Art Music composers T.K.E. Philips, Fela Sowande, Ayo Bankole, Dayo Dedeke, Laz Ekwueme, Sam Ojukwu,         Akin Euba, Harcourt Whyte, W.W. C. EchezonAural –   Identification of modulations when played –   Dominant, subdominant and relative minor
11Aural training Diatonic intervals (Harmonic) more exercise On Minor Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Minor 7th Minor Harmony/counterpoint and form as in weeks 9 & 10Nigerian and western dance style –   Analysis of Nigerian dance, recognizing dance styles (a)  Choreographic patterns (b)  Spatial patterns (c)  Costumes (d)  Music –  Western dance styles (a)  Choreographic patterns (b)  Spatial patterns (c)  Costumes (d)  Music
12&13Revision and ExaminationRevision and Examination

1  EDE:  IsoriorooroOruko (i)   Oriki (ii)  OrisioroOruko (iii)   Ise tioorooruko n se ninugbolohunoluwa, abo eyan ASA:  Asa isomolorukoniile Yoruba:  Orisirisiorukoti a le so omo B, a (i)  Orukoamutorunwa (ii)  Oruko:  O le je abisontoesin tabi ise, idile, abiku, ipoti obi omonaa waatiasikoti a bi omonaasiabbio. (iii)  Oriki (iv)  Inagiye LITIRESO:  ItupaleEwiApileko Awonamuyeinuewi, kokooroninuewi, ekoinuewi, onaedeatiiloohunewiabbi.EDE:  AtunyewoloriArokoajemoisipaya (i)    Ilana eroarokoajemoisipaya (ii)   Akole, ofaara, kokooro, agbajogbabo (iii)   Alayekikunlorietoipinafo ASA:  Atunyewoloriekoile (i)  Ibowofagba, ikini, bi o sse ye nigbogboigba, suuru, otitosise, Iforiti, igboranati bee bee lo. LITIRESO:  Itupaleasayaniweti ajo WAEC/NECO yanti Egbe Akomolede fi owo si.  
2EDE:  Isorioro Oro AropoOruko (i)   Oriki (ii)  IlooroAropoOrukoninugbolohunoluwa, abo, eyan ASA:  Ipolowooja: (i)  Iwuloati Pataki ipolowooja (ii)  Orisirisionaipolowoojatiabinibiikiri, ipate, ipolowopeluohunenu LITIRESO:  ItupaleAsayan, iweti Ajo WAEC/NECO yan.EDE:  Atunyewolorisilebuede Yoruba (i)   Orikisileebu (ii)  Silebuonifawelikan (F) (iii)  SilebulakanpokansonantiatiFaweli (iv)  Pipinorosisilebu ASA:  Atunyewoiseabinibi: (i)  Ise  agbe:  Oko, Ada ati bee bee lo (ii)Ise agbede, isealapata, iseakopeatiisegbenagbenaati bee beelo LITIRESO:  ItesiwajuloriatupaleawoniweLitireso. (i)  Awonedaitan (ii)  Ibudoitan
3EDE:  Isorioro (i)   Oro-iseOriki (ii)  Orisioro-iseAgbabo, Alaigbagbo, Elela, alailelaabbi (iii)  Lilo atidida won moninugbolohun Yoruba ASA:  Ere Idaraya (i)    Ere osupa (ii)   Ere ojoojumo (iii)  Ere itagbangba (iv)  Ere Abele LITIRESO:  ItupaleAsayan, iweti Ajo WAEC/NECO yan.EDE:  Atunyewoarokoonisorongbesi (i)    Alayelorioroonisorongbesi (ii)  Kikoarokoonisorongbesi to dale iseleawujo ASA:  Ona ibanisoro (i)   Lilo awoneyaara fun ibanisoro bi siseninieekanna, ori gbongbon, ojusise, aramimi, titenimole, imuyinyinatiiparoko LITIRESO:  ItupaleiweLitireso: (i)  Ahunpoitanatiawonasa Yoruba to seyoninuitannaa
4EDE:  Onka Yoruba.  Egbaa titi de Egbaarun-un (2,000 – 10,000).  Ilana Onikaye lati Egbaa de Egbaarun-un ASA:  Ere Idaraya (i)     Ere omode, odo, giripaati agba (ii)    Ofin to de ere kookan (iii )Ohunelo ere kookan (iv)   Anfaaniatiewuti o waninu ere kookan LITIRESO:  ItupaleAsayan, iweti Ajo WAEC/NECO yan.EDE:  Atunyewoihunoro (i)    Sisedaorooruko (ii)   Alayeloriawonoroorukoti a ko sedasugbonti won dabieyiti Aseda bi ile, oba, omo, iyaati bee bee lo. ASA:  Itesiwajuekolorionaibanisoro: (i)  Ibanisoroni aye ode oni bi iweiroyin, telifonu, redio, foonu, foonualagbekaa 1 meeliatifasi (fax) LITIRESO: Siseatupaleasayaniwetiijobayan. (i)   Awoniloede/Akanloede (ii)   Siseorinkinniwin won
5EDE:  Aroko-ajemo-isipaya ASA:  Ere Idaraya, Ere Igbalode Ayipadati o de ba ere idarayaabinibi LITIRESO:  ItupaleAsayan, iweti Ajo WAEC/NECO yan.EDE:  Onka Yoruba (i)    Lati egbaa de okemeedogbon on (2,000 – 500,000) ASA:  AwonOrisaile Yoruba (i)   Ogun, Obatala, Esu (ii)   Awonohunti a fi n bo won atiorikiokookan won. LITIRESO: Kikaawonasayaniwetiijobayan.
6EDE:  Isorioro (i)    Oro AropoAfarajoruko (ii)   Oro Apejuwe:  Orikiatiilo won ninugbolohun (iii)  Lilo won nigbolohun lati le da won mo ASA:Owoyiya (a)    Awonohunti o le sun eniyan de ibiki o yaowo (i)     Inawopajawiri Oku Agba, Aare/Aisan, Oran dida (ii)    Anfaaniatialeebuowoyiya (iii)  Orisirisionati a n gbayaowobiiiwofa, isingbaabii (iv)   Ipationigbowo ko ninuetoiyawo LITIRESO:  EwiAlohungege bi orison ironu Yoruba.  Bi apeere Ese Ifa, aloapagbeabiiEDE:  Onka Yoruba (i)    Lati okemeedogbon on de Aadota (500,000 – 1,000,000) ASA:  AwonOrisaile Yoruba ati bi a se n bo won (i)    Orunmila, Sango (ii)  Awonohunti a fi n bo won atiorikiokookan won. LITIRESO: KikaasayaniweLitireso Yoruba ti ajo WAEC/NECO yan.
7EDE:  Itupalegbolohunonipon-on-na (i)    Itumopon-on-na (ii)   Dida gbolohunmo (iii)  Titokasiorisiitumotigbolohunpon-on-nani ASA: (i)     Ona ti a n gbagbesebiiapeereOsomaalo, ogo (ii)    Ipatiawonelesinatiijoye n ko ninugbigbagbese LITIRESO:  EwiAlohungege bi orison agbaraatiimoijinle Yoruba.  Bi apeereOfo, Ogede, Itanriro.EDE:  Atunyewoawoneyaaraifo (i)    Lilo awoneyaaraifo (ii)   Alayeloriafipeasunsiatiafipeakanmole (iii)  Titokasiorisiitumotigbolohunpon-on-nani ASA:Awonorisaati bi a se nbo won (i)     Awonorisamiranniagbegbeawonakeeko (ii)    Ipoorisaniile Yoruba (iii)   Pataki orisalawujo Yoruba LITIRESO:  KikaiweLitireso Yoruba tiijobayan.
8EDE:  ArokoAsariyanjiyan (i)    Ilana kikoArokoAsariyanjiyan (ii)   Awonirooro to je moAroko (iii)  Ijiroroloriorioro to je moArokoAsariyanjiyan (iv)  Kikoilapaero ASA:  Asa isinkuniile Yoruba (i)     Orisirisionati a n gba sin oku.  Oku omode, oku agba, itufooku, itoju oku, okusisin.  Oku agba, sisinsinsinuile. LITIRESO:  EwiAlohun to je moasaisinku.  Oku pipe, Ijala, Rara, Olele, Ege, IremojeEDE:  Atunyewoawonironinuede Yoruba (i)    Irofaweli, irokonsonantiatiiroohun ASA:Eroatiigbagboawon Yoruba lori Oso ati Aje (i)     Ise tiawon Aje n se ninuisegunatiiwosan LITIRESO:  KikaiweLitireso Yoruba tiijobayan.
9EDE:  Akaye
Ayokaolorogeere.  Ohuntiayoka da le lori.  Awonoro to takoko, kokoinuipinroayokakookan.  Kikaayokaniakaye.  Fifi ayokaolorogeeredanrawo. ASA:  Asa isinkuniile Yoruba (i)     Isinkuoba (ii)    IsinkuAbamiEniyan LITIRESO:  Akojopoawon owe ti o jeyo lati inuiweAsayan, Ewiti Ajo WAEC/NECO.
EDE:  AtunyewoapejuweawonirokonsonantiatiIrofaweli (i)   Yiya ate faweliatikonsonanti (ii)   SiseapejuweawonawonirokonsonantiatiIrofawelileyo kookan ASA:Eroatiigbagbo Yoruba loriakudaayaatiabamieda (i)  AkudaayaatiabamiedabiiEgbere, Iwin, Alujonu, Eboraati       bee bee lo. LITIRESO:  KikaiweLitireso Yoruba tiijobayan.
10EDE:  ArokoLeatakiko: (i)   Leta Gbafe:  Ilana fun letagbafeoresoreee, omosi obi abii.
ASA:  Asa isinkuniile Yoruba (i)     Asa isinkuniile Yoruba (ii)    Oku sise, siseoro Oku LITIRESO:  ItupaleAsayan, iweti Ajo WAEC/NECO yan.
EDE:  Atunyewoekoloriamiohun (i)   Kikoamiohun Yoruba meteeta (ii)   Alayeloriisetiamiohun n se ninuede Yoruba ASA:Igbagbo Yoruba nipa ori tabi eleeda. LITIRESO:  KikaiweLitireso Yoruba tiijobayanfuusaayii.
11AtunyewoEkoloriisesaayiininu Ede, Asa atiLitireso11 & 12    –  Idanwoiparisaa keta lori Ede, Asa atiLitiresoede Yoruba
12Akanseidanwoloriiseodunyiininu Ede, Asa atiLitireso. 

1Visual Sense –   Meaning of visual sense (appreciation and interpresentation of terms –     aesthetics. –   How colours are perceived through sense modalities e.g. sense of              vision, touch, taste and smell –   Recession of colour, absorption of colour. –   Classification of colour into warm, hot and cool colours –   Tint and shades –   How eye mix colours at a distance Practicals – using grades (tints and shades) of a particular colour to design a composition – (still or natural objects.Basic Shapes Design: –   Meaning and types of basic/geometrical shapes – circle, square,     Triangle, rectangle –   Meaning of basic design –   Basic design (practical) pencil and colour –   Use of complex basic shapes – cone, cylinder, funnel, trapezium,     Rhombus –   Materials and tools used in basic design
2Clay –   Definition, types, formation and properties of clay.Indigenous decorative motifs: –   Meaning of motifs and indigenous decorative motifs –   Identification of various types of decorative motifs –   Floral, animals, objects –   Formation of different pattern with different motifs –   Half drop, diamond, mirror simple etc.
3Ceramics –    Definition and types of ceramics –    Ceramics tools and equipments –   Types of moulding e.g. soil, slab, throwing wheel pinch methods Processes of drying and frying ceramic works –   Glaze and glazing of ceramics waresCalabash decoration: –   Meaning and types of calabash and decoration –   Types of indigenous decoration patterns used in calabash in      indigenous setting.
4Improvisation of art materials –    Meaning of Art materials and improvised ones –   List of art materials with their improvised substitutesCalabash decoration (Practical): –   Painting, carving, engraving, scotching, mounted beads, cowries      Coins etc. –   Foreign influence and values on decoration
5Basic Shapes Design: –   Meaning and types of basic/geometrical shapes – circle, square,     Triangle, rectangle –   Meaning of basic design –   Basic design (practical) pencil and colour –   Use of complex basic shapes – cone, cylinder, funnel, trapezium,     Rhombus –   Materials and tools used in basic designIndigenous decorative motifs (body decoration – tattoo): –   Meaning of body decoration (tattoo) –  Tools and motifs used in body decoration –   decorative motifs in body decorative motifs –    animation form, zoo morphic, spiral lines.
6History of Art – Baroque, Rococo and mannerism movement in European Art History.Indigenous decorative motifs: –   Meaning of wall decoration, motifs and their origins e.g. Yoruba,     Sango ward, snakes, birds, geometric shapes ulli motifs, arabesque      Motifs etc
7(a)   Three dimensional package design         –   Meaning of package design         –   Designing of package (b)   Book-cover/jacket designs         –     Definition of book cover and jacketsIndigenous crafts (Basket and mat): –   Meaning, location, area of production, materials and tools,      products, uses and functions of basket and mats.  
8Introduction to textile: –     Definition of textile technology –    Printing, lacquer, profilm, stencilling e.g. paper etc.Indigenous crafts (Cloth weaving): –   Meaning, materials and tools, centres, productsand functions of     Cloth weaving. Basic principles of weaving warp, weft, suttle  –   Meaning and types of loom.                                        .
9Computer Graphic Designs: –   Meaning types and parts of a computer CPU, monitor etc. –   Command and data entry devices – keyboard, mouse etc. –   Drives and computer printer –  Corel draw windows (environment) the Bar, menu, status etc. –   Corel draw tools – pick, shape, zoom, Eclipse, polygon, full etc. –   Advantages and disadvantages of computer to art and general      Education9 & 10     –    Modern Nigerian art and artists                  –    Meaning of contemporary Nigerian arts and artists                  –    Origin and development of modern artistic expressions                                 In Nigeria.                  –   Modern Nigerian arts – Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics,                       Textile, Graphic.                  –   Nigerian studio artist – AinaOnabolu, Akinola Lasekan,                      Ben Enwonwu, Yusuf Grillo, LadiKwali, KoladeOshinowo, EmaborEmokpae, Uche Okeke etc.                  –    Nigeria art Educators – Kenneth Murray, Edo Emma,                      Solomon Wangboje, T.A. Fasuyi, J.B. Akolo etc.  
10Life drawing (practical) –   Drawing of sides, front, profile and back view –  Life drawing based on sitting or standing figures 
11Printing packing – Meaning, types/methods, materials, and tools, processes involved. Practical:  Use any method to produce oneAfrican Art History –  Upper Volta – Mossi Bobo                                       Liberia          –  Dangere                                       Gabon          –  Fang, Bakwere                                       Congo           –  Baluba –      Identification of the types of works, geographical location, materials used, characteristics and sacred and secular functions of these African traditional arts
12ExaminationRevision and Examination

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