NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK FOR UPPER PRIMARY FIRST TERM(4 – 6)- ALL SUBJECTS

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NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK FOR LOWER PRIMARY FIRST TERM(1 – 3)

NAPPS LAGOS UNIFIED TERMINAL SCHEME FOR UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOL (4-6)

Subject 1 English 1ST TERM

WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
 ENGLISH STUDIESENGLISH STUDIESENGLISH STUDIES
 TOPICSTOPICSTOPICS
1Review of Primary three third term work 2.Review of primary four third term workReview of primary five third term’s work
2A. Speech work: Further practice in expressing Possibility and permission B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and Comprehension C. Structure: The tenses (Modal Auxiliaries) D. Grammar: Grammatical Accuracies – fill in the Gaps with words from the box E. Writing: Guided composition (Narrative Composition (How I spent my last Holiday) F. Dictation: Selected words from the approved Book.A. Speech Work: The tenses (Modal Auxiliaries) B. Structure: Make sentences with ‘must, ought to, Have to, C. Reading: Teaching of new words meanings and Comprehension D. Grammar: Formal or official letters. Features And styles E. Writing: Guided composition on how I spent my Last holiday F. Dictation: Selected sentences from the passage ReadA. Further practice on report making B. Reading: Teaching of new words, Meaning and comprehension C. Structure: Sentence building and word bank D. Grammar: Synonym E. Writing: Guided composition F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read G. Verbal aptitude
3A. Speech work: passage based on the Narration of A real life stories B. Structure: Dialogue further practices in excusing, Possibility, obligation, permission e.t.c C. Reading: A football match teaching of new words Meaning comprehension D. Grammar: Read a passage and complete the Sentences E. Writing: Rhythmic poem F. Dictation: Selected words from passage readA. Speech work: Sentences in the passive voice ‘with and without an agent’ B. Structure: Mastering of the passive voice Construction change active sentences into Passive voice C. Reading: Teaching of new words meanings and Comprehension D. Grammar: Relative clauses using words such as “who”, “which”, and “that” E. Writing: Writing abbreviated forms of letters e.g. Telegrams format/content F. Dictation: Selected sentences from the passage ReadA. Reporting type of essay B. Structure: Sentence building C. Reading: Teaching of new words Meaning and comprehension D. Grammar: Noun: Definition and types E. Writing: A report of an incident F. Verbal Aptitude
4A. Speech work: Basic reading and guided writing B. Structure: Basic reading and guided writing fill in The gaps C. Reading: Teaching of new words meaning and Comprehension D. Grammar: A journey by lorry FIRST TERM Lagos State Ministry of Education Schemes of work for Primary School E. Writing: How I spent my last holiday F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Intonation practice in statement Questions command and request B. Structure: Paragraph from children’s novels. FIRST TERM Lagos State Ministry of Education Schemes of work for Primary School Good Neighborliness e.t.c C. Reading: Teaching of new words meaning and Comprehension D. Grammar: Paragraphs major and minor Characters E. Writing: My best friend F. Dictation: Selected sentences from the passage ReadA. Pronunciation, stress and intonation practice B. Structure: Sentence building and speech C. Reading: Teaching of new words Meaning and comprehension D. Grammar: pronoun: Definition and types E. Writing: Features of formal and informal letters F. Verbal Aptitude
5A. Speech work: Dialogue further practice in Excusing possibilities B. Structure: Complete sentences with Can or May C. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning & Comprehension D. Grammar: Making sentences from the tables E. Writing: A poem F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage ReadA. Speech Work: Reading poem on good Neighborliness B. Structure: Selected poem based on the virtues of Good neighborliness C. Reading: Teaching of new words meanings and Comprehension D. Grammar: Formal letter to a village head or any Other constituted authority E. Writing: Features of formal and informal letters F. Dictation: Selected sentences from the passage ReadA. Intensive Reading: A suitable passage on an Argumentative topic e.g. Democratic and military Governance B. Teaching of new words, meaning and Comprehension FIRST TERM Lagos State Ministry of Education Schemes of work for Primary School C. Grammar: Verbs: Definition and types D. Structure: Mastering of passive voice Construction: change active sentences into Passive voice E. Writing: Argumentative essay: A teacher is more Important than a farmer F. Verbal Aptitude
6A Speech Work: Oral narration – A visit to the Village B. Structure: Further practice in the use of tenses C. Reading: Teaching of new words meaning & Comprehension D. Grammar: Aural/ Discrimination E. Writing: Oral composition / Narrative An Interesting experience F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Making polite requests B. Structure: Sentence building on reported speech C. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and Comprehension D. Grammar: Choose the word from group B that Goes with each word in group A E. Writing: Formal invitation F. Dictation: Selected sentences from passage readA. Introductory paragraph e.g. A topic on role of Religion B. Reading: Teaching of new words, reading and Comprehension C. Structure: Selected poem based on the virtues of Kindness D. Grammar: Adjectives: Meaning and types E. Writing: Concluding paragraph F. Verbal Aptitude
 REVIEW OF WORK
8Speech work: Reading descriptive passage Means of transportation in Nigeria B. Reading Comprehension: Teaching of new Words pronunciation / spellings e.t.c C. Structure: Read the story again and write your Own story by filling in the blank space D. Grammar: Study the words and use them to Make sentences E. Writing: (Giving account of a poem) F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Using the telephone {Call and Response in telephone conversation} B. Structure: Compare and contrast polite intonation And the rude or impolite tone/intonation in Dialogue C. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning comprehension Comprehension Lagos State Ministry of Education Schemes of work for Primary School D. Grammar: Comparison of formal and informal Letters in request of formal feature E. Writing: Guided composition on bicycle F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Using the telephone – call and Response in telephone conversation B. Reading: Teaching of new words/expressions Meaning and comprehension C. Structure: Word study and dictionary practice D. Grammar: Adverb: Meaning and types E. Writing: Guide to good essay writing F. Verbal Aptitude
9A. Speech Work: Aural Discrimination B. Reading Comprehension: Tessy, the spoilt child Lagos State Ministry of Education Schemes of work for Primary School C. Structure: Further practice in the use of tenses, The present, past present perfect and past Continuous D. Grammar: Aural Discrimination E. Writing: Descriptive passage on good morals F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Intonation practice B. Structure: Reported speech C. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and Comprehension D. Grammar: Writing the opposite of the underlined Words E. Writing: Abbreviated forms of letter e.g. Telegram F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Argumentative Essay B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and Comprehension C. Structure: Instructions D. Grammar: Preposition meaning and usage E. Writing: Argumentative essay: Science does more Harm to humanity than good F. Verbal Aptitude Lagos State Ministry of Education Schemes of work for Primary School
10.A. Speech work: Reading descriptive passages on Good morals B. Reading Comprehension – teaching of new words Pronunciation / spelling C. Structure: Fill in the gaps D. Grammar: Study the sentences with the teacher And make similar sentences with the teacherↄↄ E. Writing: Composition about my family F. Dictation: Selected words from passage readA. Speech Work: Making reports of statements, Commands, questions changing reports to direct Speech B. Structure: Sentence building C. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and Comprehension D. Grammar: Intonation practice on question Tags E. Writing: Describing a house F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Direct and indirect speech B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings And comprehension. C. Structure: Sentence Building D. Grammar: Conjunction meaning and Identification E. Writing: Simple future questions and past tense F. Verbal Aptitude
11.A. Speech Work: Description travelling by air, sea And road B. Reading Comprehension: Teaching of the words Pronunciation/ spelling C. Structure: present past perfect and past Continuous tense D. Grammar: verb E. Writing: letter writing (informal) F. Dictation/ spelling: Selected words from the Passage readA. Speech Work: Simple narrative on the virtue of Truthfulness B. Structure: Attribute of Truthfulness C. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and Comprehension D. Grammar: Present tense and past tense E. Writing: My school F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Intonation practice dialogue and Conversation on national values: Honesty B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and Comprehension C. Poetry: Selected topics from the reader D. Grammar: Exclamation and interjection E. Writing: Reading of letters of complaints to Authorities report and business letter on national Values regard and concern for the interest of Others. F. Verbal Aptitude
12A. Speech Work: Further practice in the use of Tense” the present, past present perfect and past Continuous B. Reading Comprehension: Teaching of new Words pronunciation / spelling C. Structure: Aural discrimination /a:/ and /ↄ:/ D. Grammar: Letter writing Lagos State Ministry of Education Schemes of work for Primary School E. Writing: Composition on my school F. Dictation/ Spelling: Selected words from the Passage to readA. Speech Work: Direct and indirect speech Lagos State Ministry of Education Schemes of work for Primary School B. Structure: Sentence building C. Reading: Teaching of new words meaning and Comprehension D. Grammar: Debate “Corporal punishment should Not be enforced in school” E. Writing: reply to an invitation letter F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Asking about people and things (Conversation on dental health issues) B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and Comprehension C. Structure: Word bank: Prefix and suffix D. Grammar: Sentence building E. Writing: Reading/Writing business letter F. Verbal Aptitude
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Subject 2 : MATHEMATICS PRIMARY 1ST TERM

 PRIMARY 4 correctedPRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
    
1Whole Numbers Revision of counting and writing up to 9999(a). Reading and Writing numbers up to One million in words And figures (b). Meaningful countingReading and Writing Numbers to one billion in words and figure. Meaning fill counting in Thousands, millions and billions Quantitative Reasoning Binary
2Counting up to one Million in ones, tens Hundreds and Thousands Quantitative ReasoningPlace value of whole numbers (ii). Place value of a Digit in decimal Quantitative ReasoningQuantitative Reasoning
3       3bWhole numbers with Symbols up to 100,000 (b). and = < greater than = Equal to Quantitative reasoning(i). Changing fractions to decimals (ii). Changing decimals to fractions (iii). Changing fractions and decimals to Percentages Quantitative ReasoningPlace value of whole Numbers Place value of a digit in Decimal Quantitative Reasoning
4Roman numerals i.e. (I to C) Quantitative ReasoningPrime numbers (i). Identification of Add and even Numbers (ii). Identification of Prime numbers, less Than 100 (iii). LCM (iv). HCF Quantitative ReasoningLCM and HCF of Numbers not more than 3 digits             Quantitative Reasoning
5(a). Ordering os Of equivalent FractionsRatio (i). Meaning of ratio (ii). Appreciate the Need for ratio inFractions and Decimals
6(a). Proper, improper Fractions and mixed Number (b). Quantitative reasoning(a). Addition of Whole numbers Involving three or More items (b). Subtraction of whole numbers Involving three or More termsRatio and proportion
7     7ba). Decimal Fractions     Quantitative(a). Addition and Subtractions of Fractions and mixed Numbers (b). Quantitative AptitudeRatio, percentage And population issues     Quantitative Reasoning
8(a). Addition of Whole numbers   Quantitative ReasoningMultiplication (a). Multiplication of 3 digit number by a 3 digit number (b). Quantitative Reasoning (ii). Using “of” in Multiplying fractions (d). Multiplication of Decimals by whole NumbersAddition and subtraction Of numbers, fractions And decimal
9Subtraction of Whole numbers   Quantitative Reasoning(a). Square of Numbers (b). Square Roots (c). Squares of whole Numbers up to 50 (d). Square roots Of whole numbers Up to 900Multiplication   Quantitative Reasoning     Quantitative Reasoning
10Addition and Subtraction of Two proper fractions (B). Proper fraction And mixed number (C). Interpret word Problems and solve Correctly Quantitative Aptitude(a). Division of Numbers by 10, 20 ……………,90 (b). Quantitative Reasoning (c). Division of Numbers by 100 and 200 (d). Quantitative Reasoning (e). Division of Decimals by multiples Of 10 up to 90 (f). Quantitative ReasoningDivision
11(a). Addition and Subtraction of Decimals up to 3 Places (b). Quantitative reasoning(a). Division of Decimals by 100 and 200 (b). Quantitative Reasoning  (c). Division of whole Numbers by 2 – digit Numbers (d). Quantitative Reasoning (c). Division of whole Numbers by 2 – digit Numbers (d). Quantitative ReasoningREVISION
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Subject 3  NATIONAL VALUES

ASPECT OF National Values – CIVIC EDUCATION  (1ST TERM)

WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1Our Values: (a) Meaning of cultural diversity. (b) Developing right attitude to cultural diversity e.g. respect other people’s ways of life, honesty and tolerance.Our Values: a) Why many people do not own houses in Nigeria. b) Types of houses: Primitive e.g. Caves, Mud houses, Huts.National Honours Award: (a) Meaning of National Honours. (b) Types of National Honours e.g. MON-Member of the Order of Nigeria. CON-Commander of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. GCFR-Grand Commander of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. OFR- Order of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
2Respect for other people’s value: a) Importance of listening to other people’s view. b) How can we respect other people’s views, beliefs and traditions. c) What do we gain by listening to other people’s views e.g. harmony, peace, tolerance.a) Modern houses e.g. Bungalow, Story Building, Duplex, etc. b) Ways of making more people own houses.(a) Reasons for giving National Honours. (b) Examples of selfless service. (c) Outstanding  National Award Recipient.
3Community leadership: a) Meaning of Community leadership e.g. Oba, Emir or Eze. – Duties of traditional rulers.Values in house construction: a) The values in house construction. b) Dangers of poorly constructed houses.Valuing Nigerian Goods: – Reasons Nigerian goods should be valued. – Various examples of Nigerian goods. – National Pride.
4Communalism: – Meaning of communalism. – How to promote the spirit of communalism e.g. togetherness, love, cooperation, dialogue, sharing, etc.Government’s Main Service: a) Quality of services provided by government. b) Types of services provided by government.Values that promote peace: – Meaning of values. – Types of values – Honesty, Tolerance, Respect, Forgiveness, Self-Control.
5Types of government: – Meaning of government e.g. traditional form of government, constitutional (presidential or parliamentary form of government.a) Consequences of poor services b) Why government is unable to provide servicesCooperation: – Meaning of Cooperation – Attributes of Cooperation.
6Difference between traditional and constitutional government.a) How to help government to provide service. b) Communal activities by student.National Unity: – Meaning of National Unity – Values that promotes peace.
7Democracy: – Meaning of democracy. – Meaning of parliamentary e.g. where executive is not fully separated from legislative. – Meaning of presidential headed by an elected president.Problems created by Bad Leadership: – Meaning of Leadership – Problems associated with Bad leadership e.g. insecurity, mismanagement of scarce resources. – How to check the excesses of bad leadersNational Consciousness and Identity: Meaning of Nationalism. – Ways of promoting National Interest. – Nationalists and their achievements.
8Local Government: – Meaning of local government. – Duties of local government e.g. provision of social amenities such as market schools, pipe borne water, etc.Attitude of victim of natural Disasters. (a) Meaning of natural disasters. (b) Difference between natural disaster and unnatural disaster.Patriotism: – Meaning of patriotism. – How to show patriotism. – Qualities if patriotic citizens.
9State Government: – Meaning and composition of State Government – body of people who control the public affairs of many local government.(a) Some common Natural Disasters. (b) Causes of natural disasters.(a) Meaning of ethnicity (b) Problems of ethnic state and group loyalty e.g. political instability, election malpractices.  
10The role of state government to the people:  (e.g. building of roads, provision of jobs for people)(a) Effects of natural disasters on life and property. (b) Our attitude towards the victims of natural disasters.National Symbols: (a) Meaning of National Symbols. (b) Nigeria National symbols e.g. National Flag, Coat of Arm, Nigerian Currency, National Anthem, National Pledge.
11(a) Problem facing the state government. (b) State motto and their meanings e.g. (Lagos Centre of Excellence)(a) Ways of assisting people affected by disasters. (b) Organisations responsible for helping accident victims.National Identity: (a) Meaning of National Identity. (b) The importance of National Anthem and pledge.
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ASPECT OF National Values

2  SOCIAL STUDIES  (1ST TERM)

WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1LIVING THINGS: – Types of family: Nuclear and Extended – Duties of family – Members of Nuclear family e.g. father, Mother, and Children. – Members of Extended family e.g. grand-father, grand-mother, uncles, aunts, cousins, nephews, etc. – Importance of familyOTHER PEOPLE IN THE FAMILY: – Other members of our family and how they relate to us- Uncle, Aunt, Nephew, Niece and Cousin. – Obligation of the members of the families caring for others, teaching some part of the culture like greetings, fairness, respect, folk story, etc.EXTERNAL INFLUENCE ON NIGERIAN FAMILY LIFE.
2RELATIONSHIP OF SOME MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY: – How family relate to one another e.g. family trees, uncle – brother of our father or mother, aunts – Sisters to our father or mother. – Benefit of family e.g. care and interest for one another.UNITY IN CULTURAL DIVERSITY: – Meaning of culture diversity and unity. – Culture as a people’s way of life. Unity refers to oneness: Diversity refers to differences. Unity in cultural diversity refers to oneness in spite of differences. – Customs and traditions dressing styles, dance – hairstyles, types of houses. – retainable customs – greetings, dressings, styles, architectural design, etc. – changeable customs: killing of twins, unequal value on the sexes, ritual murder, cultism, etc. – Reasons for change: Obnoxious, old fashioned, discriminatory, antagonist and does allow for rapid development.THE INFLUENCE OF WORKING PARENT ON THE NIGERIAN FAMILY
3MARRIAGE: – What is marriage. – Types of marriage e.g. Monogamy and Polygamy – Marriage practices in Nigeria in Nigeria and their difference from one community to the other.PROCESSES OF CHANGING CULTURE AND DIFFERENCES: – Processes of changing culture like education discussion to convince dialogue to agree, etc. – Different Nigerian Languages – Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, Efik, Nupe, Ebira, Ijaw, Ibibio, Kanuri, Fulani, Tiv, etc. – Using Nigeria map to indicate languages.INTER MARRIAGE
4MARRIAGE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTION: Problems of living together e.g. Misunderstanding, financial problems, gossip from friends and relations, infertility, etc. – Solution to problems of marriage. Honest to one another. – Sharing, caring, love, dialogue and God’s work.MARRIAGE CUSTOMS AND PRACTICES: – Steps in selecting marriage partner through recommendation, parents’ choice. – Propose of writing or visiting by internet. Prepare for the marriage by investigating behaviours of partners, seeking advice, dating/courtship, engagement, etc. – Values that are relevant to selection of marriage partners e.g. trust, affection, honesty, tolerance, etc.PRE-MARITAL SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
5OUR CULTURE AND ELEMENT OF CULTURE: – What is culture e.g. ways of life. – Types of culture. – Elements of culture. – Different kinds of cultures in Nigeria: Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba.ROLES PLAYED BY FAMILIES: Consequence, Prevention: – The roles of families and others providing useful advice, finding information about the partner, offering suggestions, offering encouragement, organizing the marriage ceremony, etc. – Unhealthy marriage practices (Consequences) Early marriage, same sex marriage, trial marriage, force marriage, elopement, wife swapping, wife inheritance, promiscuity exclusion of women in marriage decision female genital mutilation, widow-hood practices, etc.SOME FOREIGN CULTURES THAT ARE AFFECTING OUR VALUES AND CULTURES.
6CULTURE: – Different customs e.g. different in dietaries, differences in geographical position. – Difference in external influences. – Similarities in culture e.g. Food, dress, music, naming, greetings, etc.RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD: – Who are parents? A father or mother are parents. – Duties of parents – A mother or father has duty like nurturing the child, taking responsibility of the child necessary needs like clothing, shelter, feeding and paying of school fees if possible, taking care of their treatment if sick. – Characteristics of responsible parenthood, ensuring readiness for a new baby. Attending ante-natal regularly, caring of the child, eating nourishing food. Ensuring immunization, using exclusive breast feeding, providing nourishing foods.SOME FOREIGN CULTURES THAT ARE AFFECTING OUR VALUES AND CULTURES.
7CULTURE: Ways of cultural preservation. e.g. museum, symbols, building, dressing, festivals. – some cultures to be discarded like ritual killings, destroying tribalism and reasons. – Those to be retained, e.g. Respect to elders, respect for handwork and high moral values.PROBLEMS OF PARENTHOOD STIS/STDS/AIDS: – Meaning of STIS/HIV/AIDS. STDS- Sexually Transmitted Diseases. HIV means Human Immune Deficiency Virus- It is virus that destroys parts of the white blood cells, the body’s disease fighting immune system. – AIDS – Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome – It is the final life threatening stage of HIV infection. This is the stage of HIV infection when one is highly susceptible to infections, which the natural immune system would ordinarily combat  and defeat.LABOUR AND TRADE UNION
8OUR RELIGION: What is religion. – Types of religion – Modes of worship in different religious practices. – Material for each worship e.g. candle music, Holy Bible, beads, Quran.TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE.WAGES AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION
9RELIGIOUS PRACTICE: Islamic Religious belief in Allah and prophet Mohammed as the messenger. They pray five times a day and they worship in the mosque. – Traditional Religion, idol worshippers practice in the shrine and believes in some objects as their god. – Christian Religious believe in the supreme being called God and His only begotten son Jesus Christ. They worship in the Church on Sunday and uses the Holy Bible to Pray.MODERN MARRIAGE.EMPLOYMENT
10SIMILARITIES AND ASPECTS OF RELIGION: – We all pray to God through different means. – Difference in religion. – Styles of dressing.RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS BELIEFS.NIGERIAN AND FOREIGN MADE GOODS
11OTHER PEOPLE’S BELIEFS AND TRADITIONS: – Ways of our belief e.g. Tradition differ from and similar to others. – The names they call God. – The method of worship. – Respect of other peoples view e.g. Belief and tradition.CONTROLLING RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE DEVELOPMENT. Roles of Reigious Bodies in DevelopmentRESOURCES DEVELOMENT
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33 SECURITY EDUCATION   (1ST TERM)

WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1Security Education , Meaning and importanceIntroduction to Personal Security 
2Neighbourhood watch/securityMeaning of Personal Security 
3Security Agents in the NeighbourhoodPrecautionary Measures of Personal Security 
4Importance place to watch and secure on neighbothoodPrecautionary Measures of Personal Security continued 
5Suspicious movement  in the neighbourhoodThe need for  Personal Security 
6.Ways of reporting suspicious movementThe need for  Personal Security contd 
7REVIEW OF MID TERM ACTIVITY
8Consequence of Failure to observe suspicious movementRelating with security agents in schools and neighbourhood 
9Dangerous peopleRelating with security agents continued 
10 Duties and responsibilities in respect Personal Security of a child 
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4 HISTORY    (1ST TERM)

WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1Review of Pry 1 scheme Introduction to History , Family storiesRevision of Pry 4 activitiesRevision of Pry 5 activities
2People places and community Local Government , meaning , rolesBritish Rule in Nigeria Indirect Rule  – Yoruba , Hausa /Fulani and Igbo Pre Colonial Leadership Structure 
3Nigerian People Major Towns in NigeriaReasons for Occupation of Nigeria by British  
4Heroes in Nigeria and Ancient towns in NigeriaBritish Protectorate Amalgamation Conseques of British Rule in Nigeria 
54 Regions in NigeriaIntroduction of Indirect rule , Features 
6.States Creation in NigeriaIndirect Rule systems- Western, Eastern and Northern 
7REVIEW OF MID TERM ACTIVITY
8Current 36 states in NigeriaIndirect Rule – Advantages and disadvatages 
9Colonial Adminstration –Introduction , ProtectorateNationalist and Nationalism co Meaning , Factors  for growth of Nigerian Nationalism 
10Colonial Adminstrative HeadquatersNotable Nationlists in Nigeria Herbert Maucalay and Nnamidi Azikwe  
11 Nationalist and Nationalism contd Chief Obafemi Awolowo, Alh Ahmadu Bello, Mallam aminu  Kano 
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Subject 4 : BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

1INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY /COMPUTER STUDIES (1ST TERM)

WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1Importance of Computer: (a) Definition of computer. (b) Uses of computer. (c) Calculation.(d) Typing, etc.Computer System: – Meaning of computer systems – components of computer system – Hardware, software, usersReview on last Term’s work on the Computer System:  
2Advantages of Computer: a) Work faster. b) Stores information. c) Reliable.  d) Accurate.Components of computer system: – Hardware – SoftwareComputer Network: – Definition and Types of Computer network (LAN and WAN)
3Computer Hardware: a) Meaning of computer hardware. b) Features of computer hardware. c) See d) Feel e) Touch f) Parts of computer hardware g) input, output h) storage  i) system unit.Components of Computer System: – User – Programmer – Operators – Policy makersDescription of Local Area Network and Wider Area Network
4Hardware Components: – Input device. – keyboard – Mouse – Microphone – Joystick – Scanner.Classes of computer by type: – Analog – Digital – Hybrid.Definition and Types of Network Topology: – Bus, Ring and Star Topology.
5Hardware Component: – Output devices – Monitor – Printer – Speaker – ProjectorClassification by size: – Super Computer – Mainframe computer – Mini computer – Micro computerSketch and Describe Network Topology:
6Monitor: Definition – Types – UsesClassification of computer by generation: – First generation. – Second generation – Third generation – Fourth generation – Fifth generation.Advantages and Uses of computer Network:
7Printers: – Definition – Types – UsesClassification of computerby purpose: – Special purpose – General purposeWord Processing: Word processing software – Microsoft Word – Word Pad – Word Perfect.
8System Unit: – External features – Power Button  – Preset Button – USB ports.  – CD drive.Mainframe computer: – Size – Speed – UsageWord Processor Skills:  
9System Unit: – Internal features – Motherboard – Hard disk.Super Computer – Size – Speed – UsageWord Processing Environment (a) Title Bar. (b) Menu Bar (c) Tool Bar.
10Storage Device: – Hard Disk – Compact Disk CD – Flash Drive – Memory Card.Mini-Computer – Size – Speed – UsageTypes of Tool Bar: (a) Standard Tool Bar (b) Formatting Tool Bar.
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2 PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION  (1ST TERM)

WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENT: Walking – Running – Skipping – Hopping – Jumping – LeapingRHYTHMIC ACTIVITY AND EXPLANATION OF RHYTHMEMATIC ACTIVITY.CREATIVE RHYTHMIC ACTIVITIES: – Meaning and Types of rhythmic activities.
2NON-LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENT: – Stretching – Bending – TwistingDEMONSTRATION OF RHYTHMATIC ACTIVITIES: Marching, Galloping, Hopping.ATHLETICS: – Track events: – Long races e.g. 800m, 1500m, Marathon. – Skill and techniques e.g. The start, the running pace and stride length, breathing, running tactics, finishing.
3NON-LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENT: – Swimming – Pulling – PushingRHTYMIC ACTIVITIES: – Singing – Game and flock dancingRELAY RACES: – Description of 4 X 100m and 4 X 400m relay. – Skill s in relay races e.g. the baton grip, the take-off, non-visual exchange, finishing.
4ATHLETICS: Track event e.g. Middle Distance race such as 800m – Starting – Take-off – Running – Arm-action – FinishingATHLETICS: Field event  – Long Jump (The basic skills of approach) The Running up The take off The flightHURDLE: – Basic skills in hurdle: Starting position, approach to the first hurdle, clearing the hurdle, landing, stride between hurdles, finishing.
5TRACK EVENT: Middle distance such as 1500m – Starting – Take-off – Running – Arm action – FinishingTHE FILED EVENT: – Long Jump (Landing and recovery)FIELD EVENT: High Jump – Meaning, basic skills in high jump (approach or run-up, take off, flight, landing styles in high jump e.g. the flop, straddle, western roll, eastern roll, scissors rules in high jump.
6.TRACK EVENT: Relay race 4 X 100m – Baton grip – Exchange – Visual exchangeHIGH JUMP: The Skills running, take off, flight landing, recovery and demonstration.LONG JUMP: The pitch, basic styles in long jump: The sail, the hang, the hitch, the landing, the recovery.
7GAMES & SPORT: Football skills – Dribbling – ShootingVOLLEY BALL: History of volleyball in Nigeria and labelling of volleyball court with demonstration.TECHNIQUES / BASIC SKILLS IN LONG JUMP: The approach run or run up, the take-off, the flight, the landing, the recovery, rules and regulation of long jump.
8FOOTBALL: – Ball control – Goal keepingBASKET BALL: The history of ball in Nigeria – The facilities and equipment, draw and label basket ball court.GAMES & SPORTS-FOOTBALL:-History, categories of players e.g. goal keeper, the defenders, the mid-fielders, the attackers, the size of the pitch/field.
9TABLE TENNIS: Skills in table tennis – The grip – Services: Forehand and BackhandFOOTBALL: The history of football in Nigeria Facilities and equipment, draw and label football pitch with demonstration.FOOTBALL: Rules and regulation, officials and their duties.
10FIRST AID: Safety Education Definition and content of First AidPERSONAL HEALTH CARE OF THE BODY PARTS: Hair, Skin, Eye, Ear, Nose, Teeth.TABLE TENNIS: History, nature of table tennis, officials and their duties, officiating rules.
11FIRST AID: Uses of aid materialSCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAMME: Meaning of Health programme, Component.VOLLEY BALL:  History, nature of playing volleyball, size of court and numbers of players. Rules and regulation, official and their duties.
12REVISION AND EXAMINATION.SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAMME: Importance of School Health programme.BASKET BALL: History, nature of basketball, position of player on the court, officials and their duties, officiating rules.
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3 AND 4 BASIC SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY  1ST TERM

WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY  5PRIMARY  6
1Changes in nature: Types of Changes – Temporary (reversible) – Permanent (irreversible)Changes caused by human activities (Pollution): – Meaning of pollution. – Water pollution. – Effects of water pollution. – Prevention of water pollution.Review of Primary Five’s work.
2Changes in Plants: – Changes in plants e.g. Leaf fall, Flower and fruits.Air pollution: – Causes of air pollution. – Effects of air pollution. – Prevention of air pollution.Synthetic & Naturally occurring Drugs: – Meaning of drugs. – Types of drugs (i) Naturally occurring drugs –e.g. Alcohol, Bitter leaf, Kolanuts, etc. (ii) Synthetic e.g. Paracetamol, Panadol, Phensic, Blood tonic, etc.
3Changes in animals: – Change of the names of the young animals. – Life-Cycle of insects. – Other developmental or growth changes.Land pollution: – Effect of land pollution. – Prevention of land pollution.Drug use & abuse: – Normal use of drugs. – Abnormal use of drugs. – Effects of drug abuse.
4Changes in non-living things: – Mould. – Rusting. – Melting candle. – Burning wood.Noise pollution: – Effects of noise pollution. – Prevention of noise pollution.  Our Weather: – Measuring of weather. – Weather symbols. – Weather records. – Weather chart.
5Other weather: (a) Meaning (b) Factors affecting the weather – Sun, Cloud, Cloud, Wind, Temperature, Moisture (rain). (c) Weather instruments – Wind vane, Rainguage, Thermometres, Barometer.Changes around us (Erosion): – Meaning of erosion. – Causes of erosion.Earth and Sky Movement: – The Sky. – National bodies in the sky e.g. Sun, Moon, and Stars. – The Sun and other Planets e.g. The Nine planets. – The Solar System Gravity.
6Our weather: (a) Weather symbols. (b) Keeping weather records e.g. for temperature, rainfall colours.Changes around us (Erosion): (a) Effects of erosion. (b) Controlling erosion.The Earth’s Movement: – Rotation of the earth. – Revolution of the earth. – Eclipse (Solar and Lunar)
7Colours: Various colour around us.Colour in the rainbow.Primary and secondary colours.Producing new colours.Environmental quality: (a) Meaning of environmental quality. (b) A good quality or healthy environment. (c) Advantages of healthy environment.LIVING AND NON-LIVING THINGS: – Identification of living and non-living things. – Characteristics of living and non-living things.
8Measurement: Measuring: Length, Breadth, Area of objects.Environmental quality. – Poor quality environment. – Disadvantages of poor quality environment.Growing Crops: – Growing Crops with compost. – Growing Crops with fertilizer. – Conditions for better Crops. – Importance of Mature and fertilizers on the soil.
9Measuring liquids: – Measuring the volume of liquids in ml; cl; l; etc.Wastes and waste disposal: – Definition and constituents of waste. – Types of waste. – Liquid wastes. – Solid waste.Improving Crops Yield: – Food Crops and Cash Crops. – The Importance of Increased Labour on the yield. – Storage of Farm Produce.
10Measuring solid: – Measuring the volume of solids (Regular and Irregular solids)Waste and waste disposal: – Waste disposal. – Disposing sewage. – Effects of improper waste disposal.The Human Circulatory System: – The structure and functions of the heart, Blood vessels (Examining blood vessels, Blood Circulation).
11.Measuring Time: Measuring Time (Units, Instruments for measuring time.Waste and waste disposal: – Re-using waste. – Advantages of waste recycling.REVISION
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Subject 5 : CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS  (1ST TERM)

WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1MEANING AND DEFINITION OF ARTS – Uses and original Art. – Branches of art. – Importance of art Element and Principles of art and design.ART: – Definition, origin and branches of artSTILL LIFE DRAWING: – Meaning of still life Drawing – Still life objects as in pot, a cup a bowl, a kettle, a jug, etc.
2ELEMENTS ANDPRINCIPLES OF ART AND DESIGN: – List element of design. – List all the principles of design – Importance of elements and principles of art to the artist.ART: – Definition, origin and branches of artSTILL LIFE DRAWING: – Meaning of still life Drawing – Still life objects as in pot, a cup a bowl, a kettle, a jug, etc.
3LINES – Definition or meaning of lines: Types of lines – Uses of lines – Objects with lines – Drawing of different lines – Importance of linesCREATING MUSIC/SOLFA NOTATION VALUE.INTRODUCTION TO LIFE DRAWING: – Meaning of Life Drawing. – Life drawing is the process of drawing the human figure from observation of model (someone who poses for artist to draw, paint, etc.) – part of the body – head, hands, legs, stomach, etc. – model direction person to poses and set in the centre of a class while pupils surround and draw from different sides.
4SHAPES – Meaning of shapes: – Types of shapes – Making patterns using shapes – Drawing of different shapesCREATING MUSIC/SOLFA NOTATION VALUE.INTRODUCTION TO LIFE DRAWING: – Meaning of Life Drawing. – Life drawing is the process of drawing the human figure from observation of model (someone who poses for artist to draw, paint, etc.) – part of the body – head, hands, legs, stomach, etc. – model direction person to poses and set in the centre of a class while pupils surround and draw from different sides.
5DRAWING –Definition types of drawing: – Material used in drawing – State drawing showing the effect of light and shade in drawing.DRAWINGS: – – Meaning of drawing – Types of drawing. – Uses of drawing. – Steps to follow in drawingIMAGINATIVE COMPOSITION: – Meaning of imaginative composition.
6.COLOUR- Definition and types of colour: – Sources of colour – State the use of colour to the community.DRAWINGS: – – Meaning of drawing – Types of drawing. – Uses of drawing. – Steps to follow in drawingEXPERIENCES THAT CAN BE COMPOSED: – A scene of musicians and dancers in a local festival – An interesting scene in a local ceremony such as marriage, child naming, title taking, etc. – Two rams fighting – Two boys wrestling on a filed.
7PRINT-MAKING – Meaning of printing: – Leaf, yam, cassava printing – Thumb printing (2) Suitable leaves used in printing – Fresh leaves with hand veins – Beautiful shapes leaves of various sizes (3) Making prints with thumbs.PATTERN AND DESIGN: – Definition, types of pattern. – Motifs and types.EXPERIENCES THAT CAN BE COMPOSED: – A scene of musicians and dancers in a local festival – An interesting scene in a local ceremony such as marriage, child naming, title taking, etc. – Two rams fighting – Two boys wrestling on a filed.
8DRAWING: Drawing materials still life objects (man-made objects) – Landscapes environment arts. – Imaginative composition drawing – Drawing and shading showing the effect of light and shade. – Setting still life and natural objects for drawing.PATTERN AND DESIGN: – Definition, types of pattern. – Motifs and types.INTRODUCTION TO TIE AND DYE: – Meaning of tie and dye. – Methods of making tie-dye products. – Folding – Typing – Knotting – Pleating method – Stitching – Marbling method.
9MODELING: 1 (Paper Mache) meaning of paper Mache. – Mashed or pounded paper mixed with starch – Materials for paper Mache – Paper (Mashed) – Perfect mortar – Starch – MouldMUSIC NOTES AND THEIR VALUE  INTRODUCTION TO TIE AND DYE: – Meaning of tie and dye. – Methods of making tie-dye products. – Folding – Typing – Knotting – Pleating method – Stitching – Marbling method.
10MODELING II – (Paper Mache) – Objects produced from paper Mache – Lizards, cups, plates, masks bowls, etc.MUSIC NOTES AND THEIR VALUE  PRODUCING TIE AND DYE PIECE USING ANY METHOD: – Batik is a method of creating patterns on fabric by applying wax to areas of the cloth, that will then retain their original colour during dyeing.
11INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC: Definition of Music 1. Sources of music sound: – Voice, Instrument nature (Breeze) 2. Music is an organised sound – the combination sound that is pleasing to the ear -noise is unorganised sound that is not pleasant to the ear 3. Highlight difference between noise and Music.WEAVING: – Introduction to weaving – Types of weaving – Materials of weaving – Uses of weaving – Importance of weaving.  PRODUCING TIE AND DYE PIECE USING ANY METHOD: – Batik is a method of creating patterns on fabric by applying wax to areas of the cloth, that will then retain their original colour during dyeing.
12INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC: Definition of Music 1. Sources of music sound: – Voice, Instrument nature (Breeze) 2. Music is an organised sound – the combination sound that is pleasing to the ear -noise is unorganised sound that is not pleasant to the ear 3. Highlight difference between noise and Music.WEAVING: – Introduction to weaving – Types of weaving – Materials of weaving – Uses of weaving – Importance of weaving.  INTRODUCTION OF BEADS MAKING: – Meaning of beads – Uses of beads. – Materials for beads making – Making of beads.
13MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SOUNDS (1) Definition and listing musical instruments in locality. (2) Musical Instrument – refer to objects put together to produce sound. These include Udu (Musical pot) Ekwe, Agogo, Bata, Kalagwu, Gangan, kakaki, kwem (3) Methods of sound production. Beating and Rubbing instruments against another Blowing in Air.INTRODUCING VALUES IN CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART.REVISION AND Examination.
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Subject 6 : HAUSA LANGUAGE (AJALI NA DAYA/1ST TERM)

MAKO/ WEEKPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1(a) Gabatarwa da Haruffan Hausane. (b) Manya da kananan haruffanBita a kan ayyuka na aji huduBita a kan ayyuka na aji biyar.
2(a) Kungiyoyin haruffan. Missali: – b, d, k, kw ……. (b) Tantance manyan da kananan haruffa.Gabatarwa da rubutut wasika – Ma’anar wasika a takaice – Wasikar da za a cike gurabu.  Misali: (i) Zuwa ga ……….. (ii) Bayan dabun ……….. (iii) Ina gaida …………. (iv) Ka huta ………….Laununuka Missali: – Rawaya, Fari, Baki, Ja, Kasa, K’ore da sauran su.
3Gina kalmomi da haruffan Hausa, Misali: – A-Adda, B-Bata, C-Caca, D-DabbaWakoki Yara – Ranka ya dade Yesu …………. – Cariman dudu cariman duduwa – Aye raraye iye. – Aye raye raye………..Karanta daga littafi yara – Ma’anar sabon kalmomi – Amsa tambayoyi.
4(a) Bita a kan labarin Bayajida (b) Gabatarwa da sana’ o’in Hausawa, Misali: Noma, Kira, Gina, da Sauransu.Sauye –  Sauye kalma. – Gina kalma daga sunan aiki zuwa sunan mai yin aiki Misali: – Dinki – Madinki                Rini – Marini                Tuki – Matuki                 Noma – Moanoma (da Sauransu)Abincin Hausawa Misali: – Tuwon masara, Tuwon dawa, Wake, Doya, kunnu, Fura da nono, shinkafa, etc.
5Gabatarwa da karanta. (a) Ma’anar sabon kalmomi.Auna Fahimta. – Karanta labara a bayyane – Bayanin muhimman kalmoniKalmoni masu ma’ana day – Bayani ire-iren kalmoni masu ma’ana iri daya. Misali: -Halu – tagiya Hanya – titi Dakata – jira Babba – kato Taimako – agaji Mage – kyanwa Kogi – korama – Gina Juntoli da kalmoni masu ma’ana daya.
6.Gina guntun jimolin da sabon kalmomi Misali: Ina cin abinci              Ina rubutu              Ga rula da Sauransu– Karanta labara a zuci – Amsa tambayoyin labarin    Karatun Rubutattun Wakoki – Ma’anar waka rubutacciya – Karanta waka daga littafi – Rera rubutattun wakoki – Amsa-amon waka
7(a) Gabatarwa da sauye – Sauyen Kalma (b) Man’anar sauye – Sauye (c) Masali: Saka – Masaki                     Rini – Marini                     Dinki – MadinkiSausakan jimloli – Ma’anar jimla – Bayanin jimlar bayani Misali: – (i) Yaro ya ci abinci                (ii) Ba ta share daki ba.                (iii) Ladi tana rubuta wasika.Kalmoni da kishiyoyi Misali- Yaro –Yarinya Malam – malama Uba – uwa Tafi – zo
8Karanta daga littafin yara.Ci gaba da sausakan jimloli (i) Bayanin jimlar tambaya. Misali: – (i) Wa ya ci abinci?                (ii) Waya share daki?                (iii) Ina Binta ta tafi?                (iv) Ina za ki?                (v) Me ya faru?Gajerun wakoki – Karanta waka – Rera waka (malami ko kaset kaset ko littafin waka) – Ba da ma’anar muhiman kalmoni da ke cikin waka
9Gabatarwa da aikatawa (a) Ma’anar aikatawa (b) Misali: Ci, Sha, Zauna, Kawo, Karatu, da sauransu.Wasan Yara. – Sai, sai, sai, sai. – Kai wane, kai wane?Inganta karanta wasan kwaikwayo – karanta littafin wasan kwaikwayo wanda ya kunshi wasannin gargajiya i) Labarin gargajiya na Ibrahim yaro Yahaya ii) Wasannin yara na Umaru Dembo iii) Misali abubuwan da dan wasa ya kamata ya rika yi a wajen fitowa.
10Ci gaba da aika tawa – Gina jimioli da aikatawa. Misali: Zan tafi coci              Ina shan ruwa              Tana dafa wake (da Sauransu)Tatsuniya – “Gizo da masu bashi” Waka: – “Ke koki                  Ina Gizo ya ke?                  Ya yi tafiya                  Yaushe ya yi tafiya                  Tun watan shekaranjiya                  Bai zo ba.Rigakafin kanjamau – ma’ana kanjamau (ciwon da ake samu a lokacin da wasu kwayoyin Cututtuka da suka shiga jinin mutun.
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IGBO LANGUAGE (TAAM NKE MBU)

WEEKAFO NKA ANO (PRIMARY  4)AFO NKE ISE (PRIMARY 5)AFO NKE ISII (PRIMARY 6)
1a) Mmeghari ihe ule ochie b) Ekwumekwu – Nkowa odidi ihe di Iche iche: -Oru nka di iche iche Dk- Ihe e sere ese, ihe a kpuru akpu, ihe a kpara dgz.a) Mmeghari ihe ule ochie b) Akuko ifo – Nkowa ile akuko ifo bu, – Iko akuko ifo ufodu, ntule agwa di na ha, ihe mmuta di n’akukoa) Mmeghari ihe ule gara aga. b) Akuko mbido ndu ndu igbo – Mmalite ndi igbo – Njirimara ndi igbo – Akuko mmalite ndi igbo e.g. akuko onicha – Aro, asaba, ngwita dgwuta dg.
2Njirimara ndi igbo – Asusu, Ejiji, Egbugbu, nri dgz.Akaraedemede – Inye obere nkowa ya, Udiri ya di iche iche dk: Kpom, rikom, kpomrikom dg – Itinye ha n’ahiriokwuga.Nchekwa gburugburu – Nkowa ihe bu nchekwa gburugburu – Uzo e si echekwa gburugburu – Uru nchekwa gburugburu bara
3a) Ekwumekwu – ihe di ndu dk anumanu, osisi, mmadu dgz. Uzu di iche iche dk: Uda egbe, ugboala, okwu, ube nnunu/anumanu b) Onuogugu – 1-50.Nlekota gburugburu a) Iza ihe na ikpofu ahihia b) Inyu mamiri na nsi ebe ha kwesiri c) Uru idowe gburugburu ocha bara.Nkejiasusu o: Ngwaa – Nkowa ngwaa – Omumaatu ngwaa – Iji ngwaa mebe ahiriokwu
4Onuogugu – 51-500  Onuogugu – 1000 – 5000Omenala: Oji – Nkowa – Ihe e ji oji eme – Ihe na-anochi anya oji – Uru oji bara
5Akuko ifo- Nkowa ya, Akuko ifo nke okike, nke na-akuzi ezi omume na’ihe nmuta di n’akuko ifo.Ngawanya onuogugu – 5001 – 8000    Aghotaazaa – Nkowa Aghotaazaa – Nkowa mkpouruokwu ohuru na ilu – Ogugu aghotaazaa – Ajuju na Aziza – Ihe mmuta di n’ihe a guru – Omenala igbo putara ihe na ya
6.Oge- Ojuju ihe na-aku; okwukwu ihe na-aku na odide ihe na-aku.Umu Oria di ugbua – Oria mminwu (HIV/AIDS) – Oria iba, Ochananya, Oria nwoke na nwaanyi, afo osisa dg. – Uzo e si ebute ha na nsogbu ha na – enye – Uzo mgbochi haOrubere na oru umaka – oke na oru umaka – Uru umuaka ima oke na orubere ha – Uru umuaka oke na oru ha
7Ahirimife Ndieme- Ikowa ihe bu Ndieme, okwu ndi na-egosi, ndieme, mmebe ahirimfe ndieme, ogugu ahirimfe ndieme.Nkejiasusu: Mbuuzo – Ikowa mbuuzo dika ihe na-egosi ebe ihe di. – Ihe e ji egosi mbuuzo (na, n’) – iji mbuuzo mebe ahiriokwu – ichoputa mbuuzo n’ahiriokwu.Akaraedemede – Mkpoputa Akaraedemede – Nchoputa na nziputa ha – Ntinye ha n’ebe kwesiri ekwesi
8Edemede – Nkowa ihe bu edemede, Njirimara edemede dk: Isiokwu, Mmalite, ahu, Nhazi na mmechi.Ndi ntorobia na ahuike – nkowa ndi bu ntorobia. – mgbanwe n’ahu ha.Ejije: omume dika dibia bekee, njinia Onyenkuzi dg.
9Mgawanyem Edemede: – Ntuta aro ihe onyenkuzi ga-ede n’ugbooji, Ndetu ihe e dere, odide edemede nke ha.Ngawanye ahuike ndi nterobia: – Oria ufodu na-emetuta ndi ntorobia – Uzo mgbochi oria ndi a.Aghotazaa – Ogugu, ajuju na aziza so aghotazaa – iha mmuta na nkowa okwu ohuru di ya.
10Ilu-Ilu di mfe na nkowa ya, ihe mmuta di n’ilu.Odide na ogugu: – Ndeputa nke onye nkuzi na ogugu ha – Ngosu nke umu akwukwo – Nkowa ihe a guru.Edemede leta: di leta di icheiche na Usoro edemede ha.
11Mmegbari ihe a muru na taam a.Mmegbari ihe a muru na taam a.Mmghari ihe a muru.
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EDE YORUBA (SAA KIN-INNI)

OSEPIRAMARI 4PIRAMARI 5PIRAMARI 6
1.1Ami ohun: ami ohun oke, amin ohun/isale, ami ohun aarin ati idanimo won, Bi apeere: (do, re, mi)Ede: Ona ibanisoro – itumo ona ibanisoro. Ona ibanisoro aye atijo – apeere: Lilo aago fere, ilu, oparun, Osewele/sise ewe le. Ona ibanisoro lode oni – lilo telifoonu ilo ero alagbe eka abbiONKA YORUBA: – kiko ati kika onka Yoruba ni nomba ati ede. 100- Ogorun; 120- Ogofa; 130- Aadoje; 140- Ogoje.
1.2Asa: Iwa Omoluabi Itumo ati apeere iwa omoluabi: Ikini, ibowofagba, aanu sise, otito, oyaya, ifarada abbi.Asa: – Iwa omoluabi – hihu iwa ti o boju mu lawujo, titepa mose, fifi otito ine sise, bibowo fun eni ti o juni lo, kiko ara eni ni ijanu, abbiASA: – Asa ikini ni ile Yoruba: Iya ati baba, ati awon onise owo fun apeere: Alagbede, Onidiri ati beebeelo.
1.3Litireso : Kika itan aroso keekeekee ti a ko sinu iwe.Litireso: itan oloro geere akonilogbon, fifa owe ati akanlo ede inu re yo pelu itumo.Litireso: Kika iwe ti ijoba yan idahun ati ibeere.
2.1Ede: Oro yourba keekeekee – ke, lo, sun, ekun, odod abbi. Apeko gbolohun kukuru.Ede: – Aroso ati aroko – Itumo awon mejeeji b. a, Ohun ti mo fe da laye, Ti moba fe iyawo tabi oko, ile-iwe mi, Oga ile iwei mi, abbiEde: Dida oro orukomo ninu gbolohun. (a) Dele pa aja. (b) Bose lo si oja.
2.2Asa : Eko ati ise ile. Be apeere- Ile gbigba, Aso fifo, Ounje gbigbo abbi. Bi a ti n se okookan wonAsa: Asa isomoloruko, ojo ti awon Yoruba n somo loruko, ohun elo isomoloruko, ati bi a se nfi won wure fun omo.Asa: Iwa omoluwabi ni ile Yoruba; Ikini, ibowofagba, iteriba.
2.3Litireso: Iwe kika.Litireso: Owe – Orisi ati iwulo owe lawujo Yoruba.Litireso: Alo pipa: Pipa alo apamo.
3.1Aroso: Ijiroro ati ariyanjiyan – Bi apeere: Ise Oluko dara ju ise agbe lo.Ede: Onka Yoruba – Kiko onka Yoruba ni nonba ati ede Yoruba bii (a) 100-Ogorun (b) 120-Ogofa (c) 130-Aadoje (d) 140-Ogoje, abbiEde: Aroko: Aroko lori ile iwe mi
3.2Asa Igbeyawo: Igbese ati orisirisi igbeyawo: Igbeyawo ibile, Soosi, Kootu ati Mosalasi.Asa: Aso wiwo ni ile Yoruba – Orisi aso ibile Yoruba ti Okunrin ati Obinrin (a) Buba & Soro, Kembe, agbada,abbi Buba iro, gele, Ipele, abbiAsa: Ayo tita: Ayo olopon, Okoto tita.  
3.3Litireso: Kika itan aroso keekeekee ti a ko sinu iwe.Litireso: Kikai we itan aroso keekeekee (Eko inu iwe ati akanlo inu won. Awon owe ti o suyo ninu itan naa.Litireso: Kika iwe itan aroso ni akagbadun, yiyo ogbon ati asa inu itan naa jade.
4.1Apeko: Sise apeko lori gbolohun gigun.Ede: – Oro Afiwe – Itumo oro afiwe. Awon ohun afiwe bbi a: dabi, jobii, ri bii, lilo won ni gbolohun.Ede: AKAYE Didahun ibeere lori ibi ti won ka ati lilo oro miran ropo awon oro to takoko.
4.2Asa: Awon anfaani hihu iwa omoluabi ninu ile ati lawujo.Asa: Asa ila kiko ni ile Yoruba ……… Orisi ila ti o wa ni ile Yoruba bbi a) Baamu, Abaja, Gombo, pele, ila Ondo, keke, abbiAsa: Asa oge sise ni ile Yoruba gegebi imura, itoju ara, eyin pipa ati beebee lo
4.3Litireso: Kika iwe litireso ere onise.Litireso: Siso oro geere lori iwe litireso ti won yan.Litireso: Orin ayeye eya Yoruba gegebi rara sisun, orin igbeyawo, orin isomoloruko.
5.1Amin ohun: Fifi ami ohun si ori oro Yoruba. Bi apeere: ila, Ere, Ekun, owawa abbiEde: Akanlo Ede – Akojopo akanlo ede ati itumo okookan won.Ede: Oro ise ninu ede Yoruba. Bi a se le da oro is emo ninu gbolohun.
5.2Asa: Iwulo eko ati ise ile.Asa: Ere Osupa: Bojuboju, Ekun meran, Eye meloo abbiAsa: Oruko awon oba alade ati ilu won. Bi apeere: Alaafin Oyo- ti ilu Oyo. Oni- Ile-ife; Alake- Egba, Oba- ti ilu eko.
5.3Litireso: Kika iwe litireso ere onise.Litireso: Kika iwe itan aroso ni aka gbadun, Yiyo ogbon ati asa inu itan aroso naa jade.Litireso: Itan dowe ati awon owe onitan. (a) Ese girigiri nile anjofe; Ogbon ologbon kii je ki a pe agba ni were.
6.1Apeko: Itesiwaju ise lori ami ohunEde: Aroko – Leta kiko: Orisi leta ti o wa- Gbefe ati aigbefe. Agbekale ati liana leta kookan.Ede: Eyan oro- dida awon eyan oro mo ninu gbolohun fun apere- baba ojo pa eran.
6.2Asa: Igbeyawo – Idana ni ile Yoruba: Awon ohun elo idana: Oyin, isu, oti, obi, eja, abbiAsa: – Ode sise ni ile Yoruba- lilo eso sara bii (iyun, ileke, oruka, goolu) abbiAsa: Asa iran ara eni lowo ni ile Yoruba (a) Aaro sise, esusu/ajo, owoyiya, abbi
6.3Litireso: Kika iwe ewi yoruba.Litireso: Eka Yoruba ati itankale won. (a) Ipinle ti eka Yoruba kookan wa. (b) ijebu, Ipinle Oyo, Ijesa- Ipinle Osun, Eegun- Ipinle Eko.Litireso: Gbigbo ohun ti a ilu wi. Siso die lara waon ilu ile Yoruba. Gbedu, bata.
7.1Ede: Itesiwaju ekolori aroso:- Ijiroro ati ariyanjiyan. Bi apeere: Bi mo ba di gomina Ipile miEde: Aroko kiko: Aroko Alariyanjiyan. Iwe kika dara ju ise kiko lo.Ede: Aropo oruko ninu ede Yoruba. Dida aropo mo ninu gbolohun, fun apeere: Bola je eja, o je eja.
7.2Asa: Sise ere tofi iwa omoluabi hanAsa: Ona oge sise ni ile Yoruba- Irun didi, Irun gige, Irun kiko, Ara finfin, Laali abbiAsa: Ila kiko ni ile Yoruba. Dida oruko awon ila ti anko ni ile Yoruba gege bi-pele, abaja, gombo.
7.3Litireso: Kike ewi Yoruba lati odo akekoo.Litireso: – Orin ayeye eya Yoruba- Ekun Iyawo, ijala, Esa egungun, abbiLitireso: Igbagbo ati ero Yoruba nipa Olodumare.
8.1Apeko: Ariyanjiyan lori omokunrin wulo ju omobirin lo.Ede: Aroko oniroyin- Ija igboro to soju mi, Ijamba ina nla kan to sele.Ede: Akanlo ede ati itumo okookan won. (a) faake kori- o ko jale.
8.2Asa: Awon ewu ti o wa ninu aini-eko ati imo ise ile se.Asa: Iwa omoluabi – Ibowofagba: ona ti omode fi le bowo fagba. (i) Nipa kiki ni (ii) Nipa jijise fun awon agbalagba (iii) Riran awon agba lowo.Asa: Isinku ni ile Yoruba
8.3Litireso: Kika itan aroso keekeekee ti a ko sinu iwe.Litireso: Sise atupale ewi ati gbadegba kan ati yiyo komokun ogbon ati asa Yoruba inu iwe naa.Litireso: Kika iwe itan aroso ni aka gbadun. Yiyo ogbon asa inu itan aroso naa jade.
9.1Ede: Ise sise lori ami-ohun- fifi amin ohun se iyato oro. Bi apeere: igba, igbe, igba, igbo, igba. Owo, owo, owo, owo, abbi.Ede: Akaye- Didahun ibeere labe akaye ati lilo oro miran ropo awon to takoko ninu akaye naa.Ede: Oro Aponle- Dida oro aponle mo ninu gbolohun ede Yoruba (a) Bola lo dara to yii.
9.2Asa: Afiwe asa igbeyawo ibile  pelu ti soosi/mosalaasi.Asa: Awon oruko amutorunwa- Taye, kehinde, Alaba, Dada, Ige, oni abbiAsa: Awon oruko abiso ni ile Yoruba ati idile won. Apeere: Idile Oba- Obayemi, Idile ode- Odebode abbi
9.3Litireso: Kika iwe litireso Yoruba.Litireso: – Ona ti Yoruba n gba re Omode leku bi o ba nke.Litireso: Ere Osupa ni ilee Yoruba- Bojuboju, Ekun meran, Ta lo wa ninu ogba naa, ina njo lori oke.
10.1Ede: Atunyewo ise saa lori ede.Ede: Atunyewo ise saaEde: Leta gbefe ati Aigbefe: Agbekale ati liana leta kookan.
10.2Asa: Afiwe igbeyawo kootu pelu soosi/Mosalaasi.Asa: Atunyewo ise saa  Asa: Oye jije ni ile Yoruba.
10.3Litireso: Kika iwe litireso Yoruba.Litireso:Litireso: Itan Ijapa ati omo alakara.
11.1Ede: Atunyewo ekolori ise saa kin in ni.Idanwo ipari kinniAtunyewo ise saa kinni.
11.2Asa: Atunyewo ekolori ise saa kin in ni.Idanwo ipari kinniAtunyewo ise saa kiini lori asa.
11.3Litireso: Atunyewo ekolori ise saa kin in niIdanwo ipari kinniAtunyewo ise saa kinni lori litireso
12Idanwo ipari saa kin in ni.Idanwo ipari kinniIdanwo ipari saa kinni

Subject 7 RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE  (1ST TERM)

WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1GOD SPEAK T US: – Ways in which god speaks to people. Ex. 33;11 – Purpose of God speaking to people         I Sam.3GOD CREATES AND WANT US TO CREATE: – Things created by God. Genesis 1:14 – 15. – The Story of creation. Genesis 1: 14 – 25.PAUL’S EARLY LIFE: Paul’s Name, Nationality and religion. Acts: 3-5 – Paul’s was a Hebrew and a Greek. He was originally a Judaic and later a Christian. Acts. 23:6
2JACOB’S ENCOUNTER WITH GOD.  Gen. 32:22-32 – Right attitude to be taken when God is speaking. Exodus 34: 27-35GOD CREATES MAN IN HIS OWN IMAGE: Gen. 1: 26-28; Gen.2:7 – Man has God’s Spirit and some intelligence to work with. – Man must possess the attitude of God.PAULS CONVERSION: The meaning of conversion. – Paul’s proposal journey to Damascus. Acts. 9: 1-9 – Pauls’ conversion, baptism and mission. Acts. 9:10-19; 20-30.
3WE ARE CHILDREN OF ONE FATHER: – The fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of Man. Jn.1:12, Jn. 3, Matt. 5:21-24 – Significance of being in Christ, Son of God.GOD ‘S CREATION ARE FOR MAN’S INTEREST SUCH AS: – Food -Raw materials. – Pleasure. – Good healthIMPORTANCE OF PAUL’S CONVERSION. Acts 9: 1-30
4ATTITUDE OF CHILDREN OF ONE FATHER: Importance of living in peace.THINGS CREATED BY MAN: – Basket – Table – Chairs – Building – GSM phonesPAUL’S MISSON (1) Paul at Antioch in Pisidia. Acts. 13: 13 – 42. – Paul’s at Lystra and Derbe Acts. 14: 5-19 – Paul preached to different people. Acts. 14: 20-28
5GOD CALLA US FOR A PURPOSE: – The story of the call of Abraham. Genesis 13: 1-3 – The purpose of God’s call. – The right response to God’s call. – Benefits of obedience to God’s call. Luke 5: 1-11; Genesis 12: 1-20GOD SAVEA US FROM DANGER: – God deliverance of people from danger – Examples of God’s Deliverance. – Story of Isaac. Gen. 22: 1-19 – The story of Daniel. Dan. 6 – The story of Shedrach, Meshack and Abednego. Daniel 3: 3-10 – The crossing of the Red sea. Exodus 14:10-22PAUL’S MISSON (Contd.) Paul at Corinth. Acts. 18: 1 – 3. – Paul’s preached to the Jews. Acts. 18: 4 – 8 – Paul preached to all nations in His communities. Acts. 18: 11-18
6GOD GIVES HIS LAW TO US: – Meaning of the term ‘Law’. – Reasons for the law. – Purpose of the law (Regulate the relationship between God and His people. Exodus 20: 1-11)GOD SUPPLIES OUR NEEDS: – God provides our needs. Matt. 6: 25-36 – God grants our request when we ask Him for something. Matt. 7: 1-11.  PAUL IN EUROPE (i) Paul’s journey from Troas to Macedonia. Acts 16: 6-15
7THE TEN COMMANDMENTS: Exodus 20: 1-17THINGS GOD PROVIDES: – Air – Sun – Food, etc.PAUL IN EUROPE (ii): – Story of the Conversion of Lydia. Acts: 16: 11-40 – Significance of the conversion of Lydia.
8GOD REVEALS HIMSELF TO US: Purpose of God’s revelation. – Mode of revelation.GOD WANTS US TO WORK: – Definition of work. – To earn a living – To take care of our needs.THE EPISTLE OF PAUL. Major Communities visited by Paul during his missionary work. Acts. 18:16-19 – Reason Paul wrote Epistles.
9ATTITUDE OF GOD’S REVELATION: The story of Samuel’s call. I Samuel 3: 1-6TYPES OF WORK. – Carpentry – Sewing – Engineering. Matt. 4:18-22; Prov. 31: 13-19THE EPISTLE OF PAUL (ii) Names of Pauls Epistle.
10JESUS THE SON OF GOD: – Explanation of the term ‘Son of God’ – Jesus was born by the power of the Holy Spirit. – Evidence of Jesus as the son of God. Matt. 3: 16 & 17 – The testimony of Simon Peter. Matt. 16: 16 – The event of the transfiguration. Matt. 17: 1-13WHY WE SHOUL WORK: – To earn a living. – To take care of our needs. Gen. 1:28-30; 2nd Thes. 3:3-13PAUL MET OPPOSITION AT PHILLIPPI: – Meaning of the Holy Spirit at divination. – Paul’s casts out a Spirit of divination. – The conversion and baptism of the jailer. Acts 16: 20-26 – The release of Paul and Silas.
11REVISION OF THE TERM’S WORKREVISION.REVISION.
12EXAMINATIONEXAMINATION. 

ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE  (1ST TERM)

WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1AYATUL QURSIY (THE VERSE OF THE THRONE. Q:2: 255): – Recitation of Ayatul Qursiy – Translation of Ayatul QursiySURATU’ALAQ-CHAPTER 96: 1-10 – Recitation of Suratul Alaq. 1-10 – Translation of Suratul Alaq 1-10 – Memorization of Suratul Alaq 1-10Revision and resumption test.
2BELIEF IN THE ANGELS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS: – Definition of the angels of Allah e.g. They are special kind creature of Allah – List the names of some Angels of Allah: JIBRIL, MIKAIL, ISRAFIL, AS-RAIL – Mention specific functions of the Angels – List the differences between man and Angels of Allah. – Quranic quotation on the nature and functions of the Angels of Allah. E.g. Q 21:20; Q 2:34; Q3:124.ASMAULLAHIL-HUSNA (BEAUTIFUL NAMES OF ALLAH) – Recitation of Asmaullahi Husna Nos 36-50 – Translation of Asmaullahi Husna Nos 36-50 – Memorization of Asmaullahil Husna 36-50AL QUR’AN: Recitation of Aayat’ Verses 1-10 from Suratul Muik Chapter Recitation of Arabic text/ Transliteration of the verses. – Explanation of the verse s recited.  
3SURATUL-FIL Q: 105:1-5 CHAP OF ELEPHANT – Recitation of Suratul-Fil – Translation of Suratul-Fil – The reason for the revelation of Suratul-Fil – The uses of Suratul-Fil.SURATU ALAQ – CHAPTER 96:11-19 – Recitation of Suratul Alaq 11-19 – Translation of Suratul Alaq 11-19 – memorization of Suratul Alaq 11-19  AL QUR’AN: Recitation of Aayat’ Verses in the content such as: Quran 24: verse 27 & 28. – Reading of both transliteration and the translation of the verses. – Lessons derived from above verses.  
4SHIRK: (ASSOCIATION OF PARTNER TO GOD) Definition of Shirk: is the acts of associating other object with Allah in his unity and omnipotence. – Allah forbids SHIRK: – Allah does not forgive Shirik; Allah is one and indivisible; Allah’s creatures depend on Him – Mention verse of the Holy Quran that forbids SHIRK: Q4:116ASMAULLAHIL-HUSNA (BEAUTIFUL NAMES OF ALLAH) – Recitation of Asmaullahi Husna Nos 51-66 – Translation of Asmaullahi Husna Nos 51-66 – Memorization of Asmaullahil Husna 51-66AL-QUR’AN RECITATION OF SURATUL ZILZAALAH CHAPTER 99: Reading in Arabic text or transliteration. – Recitation of Suratul Aadiyah chapter 100 – Significance of the two chapters
5SURATUL QADRI-Q:97:1-5 CHAP. OF THE NIGHT OF MAJESTY: – Recitation of Suratul Qadri – Translation of Suratul-Qadri – The importance of Suratul-Qadri – Uses of Suratul-Qadri.BELIEF IN THE LIFE AFTER DEATH YAWMAL-QIYAMAH: – Explanation on the issue of Death. – Explanation on the resurrection and judgement. – Assurance of word coming to an end. – List of some pleasures of paradise of the punishment of hell.TAWHID & FIQH – Diffrerence between Zakat and sadaqat: Definition of zakat and sadaqat. – Differences between zakat and sadaqat – Importance of zakat and sadaqat to the muslim.
6BELIEF IN THE GLORIOUS BOOKS: – List four glorious bok of Allah: AZ-zaburu, AT-tawrat, AL-injil, AL-Quran. – Mention the prophets who received the four glorious books: Dawudu (A.S) Az-Zaburu, Musa (A.S.) AT-Taorat, Isa (A.S) Al-inji, Prophet Mhammed (S.A.W) Al-Quran. – Discussion on why Muslim must believe in all religious books of Allah.SURATU LUQMAN Q31:12-15 – Recitation of Suratu Luqman: 12-15 – Translation of Suratu Luqman: 12-15 – Memorization of Suratu luqman: 12-15TAWHID & FIQH – Sujud al-sawhwi – prostration of forgiveness: Definition of sujud sahwi – The uses of sujud sahwi – The reason for sujud al-sahwi
7SURATUT-TIN-Q:95: 1-8 (CHAP. OF THE FIG): Recitation of Suratul-Tin – Translation of Suratul- Tin – The importance of Suratul- Tin – Uses of Suratul- TinCONCEPT OF TAUBAH AND FORGIVENESS: – Definition of Taubah and forgiveness. – Discuss of Repentance e.g. Sins. – Discussion about breaking the rules of Allah and his consequences.TAWHI & FIQH- Salatul Safar – Travellerr’s prayer: – Meaning of salatul safar – List the conditions of its performance. – Mention the prayers to be reduced.
8THE LIFE OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD (SAW) FROM PROPHETHOOD TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF UMMAH IN MADINA: Identification of qualities of prophet Muhammed (SAW) before prophet hood. – The description of how he received the 1st Revelation at Cave Hira. – Mention the message in the content of the revelation. – Discussion of his encounter with Non-believers. – Hijrah to Madina. – Establishment of Ummah in Madina.SURATU LUQMAN CHAPTER 31: 16-19 – Recitation of Suratu luqman Chapter 31:16-19 – Translation of Suratu Luqman Chapter 31: 16-19 – Memorization of Suratu luqman Chapter 31:16-19 – Lesson derived from teaching of Prophet luqman.TAWHI & FIQH –Revision of the lesson taught on Ghuslu & Zakati State the meaning of ghusul and zakat. – List reasons for performing Ghusi. – List items to be used for zakat.
9SURATUL INSHA’I: Q:94:1-8 Recitation of Suratul Inshirai. – Meaning of Suratul Inshirai. – The reason for the Revelation of Suratul Inshiria. – The uses of Suratul Inshirai.THE ROLE OF SOME WOMEN MENTIONED IN THE QURAN CHAPTER 66:10-12 – Identification of such women e.g. Wife of prophet, Lut, Nuh, Maryam-Mother of prophet Hasah (AS) and Khasi’at wife of Pharaoh. – Relate the stories of their lifes. – Explain why they are cited as noble example of excellent women. – Description of the kind of virtues of the goodness demonstrated. – Narrate the kinds of evil the bad ones committed.TAWHID & FIQH – Hijrah Calendar and its importance List the kinds of calendar. – Explaining the meaning of Hijrah. – Importance of Hijrah.
10LIFE HISTORY OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT OF UMMAH TO HIS DEATH: – Activities of Prophet Muhammad in Medina: – building of a Mosque, establishment of brotherhood between the Muhajiroon and Ansar, the war taught in Medina e.g. Badri, Uhudu and Khandaq. – The role of Prophet Muhammad in Madina: – Spiritual role, the head of state, commander in chief of the armed forces, chief imam in prayer.SURATUL QARIAH CHAPTER 101: V 1-11 – Recitation of Suratul Qariah 101:1-11 – Meaning of Suratul Qariah 101:1-11 – The importance of Suratul Qariah 01:1-11TAHDHIB AND SIRAH: – Revision of the following virtous arts-Commanding of goods and refraining evils. – Explain the meaning of good behaviour. – State the importance and effects of good behaviour. – Apply the Quranic injunction commanding all to do good and forbid evil doing QUR. 103Verse 1-3.
11MORAL LESSONS FROM THE LIFE AND TEACHINGS OF PROPHET MUHHAMMAD (SAW) Explanation of the qualities of fruitfulness and honesty in prophet Muhammad. – Discussion of his tolerance to his wrong doers, his forgiveness to disobedient people, his impartial judgement among his people.ROLE OF SOME WOMEN IN EARLY ISLAM: – Identification of some women in early Islam, e.g. Khadijah, Aisha, Hafsah and Fatimah – Relate the live story of early women in Islam. – Explain their roles in Islam. – Enumerate the moral lesson of lives of such womanSIRAH AND TAHDHIB – History of the prophet Muhammad (SAW) from the establishment of the Ummah to his death: – List Three steps taken by the prophet to establish Muslim to his death. – Itemise major battles fought by the prophet and his followers in Medinah. – Mention some roles played by the prophet after his migration to medinah.
12REVISIONREVISION.SIRAH AND TAHDHIB – Moral lessons from the life of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) Explain the qualities of truthfulness and honesty in Prophet Muhammad (SAW) – Explain how prophet Muhammad (SAW) passed judgement among people. – Narrate how the Prophet tolerate others and forgave wrong doers.
13EXAMINATIONEXAMINATIONSIRAH AND TAHDHIB – The history of some famous igerian Muslims – Uthman Dan Fodio, Sultan Muhammad bello, Muhammad Alkanem and Muhammad Shitta Bey. – Mention some famous Nigerian Muslims – Briefly state their history. – List some of their contributions to the development of Islam in Nigeria.

Subject 8 – PRE- VOCATIONAL STUDIES

  1.  AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE  (1ST TERM)
WKSPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1REVISION OF SOME TOPICS IN YEAR THREE WORKS.REVISION OF DIFFICULT TOPICS IN PRIMARY FOURREVIEW OF LAST YEAR’S WORK
2THE LAND AND THE SOIL: – Meaning of land and soil (i) Clay soil (ii) Loamy Soil (iii) Sandy soil.SOIL FORMATION: – Meaning of soil formation. – How are they formed.MEANING OF AGRICULTURE:  Growing of crops. – Rearing of animals. – Processing and selling of agricultural products for the benefits of man.
3CHARACTERISTICS OF SOIL: Sandy soil (i) Has large, loosely, packed particles. (ii) does not hold water (iii) Rough when it is rubbed between the fingers (iv) does not hold many nutrient (v) crops do not grow well on sandy soil. – Clay soil (i) has small and closely packed particles. (ii) smooth when dry and sticky when wet (iii) can hold a lot of nutrient (iv) does not allow air and water through it. (v) it holds water very well (vi) most crops do not grow on it.AGENTS OF SOIL FORMATION: Rain – Temperature – Wind – Man – Animals – Plants.MEANING OF AGRICULTURE:  Growing of crops. – Rearing of animals. – Processing and selling of agricultural products for the benefits of man.
4FORMATION OF SOIL: – Soils formation (i) Different types (ii) How they are formed.PROCESSES OF SOIL FORMATION: – Effects of rain, temperature, wind, etc. on rocks to form soil.IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE: – Provision of food. – Provision of shelter – Provision of income (money) – Provision of employment/jobs opportunities. – Provision of raw materials like cotton, lint, Latex and skin of farm animals. – Provision of clothing. – Medicinal herbs. – Provision of foreign exchange – Provision of transport (use of animals like horse, donkeys and camels. – Provision of recreation and sports (use of animals like rabbits, elephants, dogs and cock.
5PROPERTIES OF SOIL: – Physical properties.CLASSIFICATION OF CROPS AND THEIR USES: – Classification according to forms (Monocots and Dicots)IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE: – Provision of food. – Provision of shelter – Provision of income (money) – Provision of employment/jobs opportunities. – Provision of raw materials like cotton, lint, Latex and skin of farm animals. – Provision of clothing. – Medicinal herbs. – Provision of foreign exchange – Provision of transport (use of animals like horse, donkeys and camels. – Provision of recreation and sports (use of animals like rabbits, elephants, dogs and cock.
6HOW TO ENRICH THE SOIL AND MAINTAIN SOIL FERTILITY: – Burning, Leaching, Overgrazing, Cleaning, Clearing, Erosion, etc.CLASSIFICATION ACCORDING TO LIFE SPAN: – Annuals – Biennials – PerennialsPROBLEMS OF AGRICULTURE: Use of crude implements (hoes and cutlasses) – Unstable government policies – Bad roads – Lack of storage facilities – Lack of improved seed – Land tenure system – Transportation problems. – Lack of medicinal facilities in the farm setting.
7WAYS OF MAKING SOIL FERTILE/HOW TO MAINTAIN SOIL FERTILITY: – Manuring, Mulching, Crop Rotation, Bush Fallowing, etc.CLASSIFICATION ACCORDING TO USES AND TYPES: – Cereals – Legumes – Tubers – Vegetables – Beverages – Drugs – Spices, etc.PROBLEMS OF AGRICULTURE: Use of crude implements (hoes and cutlasses) – Unstable government policies – Bad roads – Lack of storage facilities – Lack of improved seed – Land tenure system – Transportation problems. – Lack of medicinal facilities in the farm setting.
8 PREPARATION OF COMPOST/MANURE: – Meaning of Compost/manure – Method of Compost making. 1. Pit Method 2. Heap Method. – Materials for Compost Making: Dried Flower, Sewage, Farmyard wastes, Dry Leaves, Saw Dust (use a little), House plants, Weeds without seeds, Soil, Water.CLASSIFY THE FOLLOWING CROPS TO THEIR FORM, USES, AND LIFE SPAN: – Maize, Beans, Waterleaf, Soyabeans, Cassava, Pepper.PEOPLE IN AGRICULTURE: – Crop farmers – Animals rearers/livestock farmers – Soil Scientist – Fishermen. – Veterinary doctors. – Horticulturists (gardeners) – Agricultural Engineers – Agricultural Economists – Market people. – Agricultural teachers
9PROCESSES INVOLVED IN MAKING COMPOST: – Pit Method (i) Dig four pits (a, b, c, d) of equal sizes (mx) M X O.5m – Empty the compost into it, arrange in layers and wet with water. – After 2 weeks, move the content in pit A to pit B, this is called first turn. – After 2 weeks, move the content in pit B to pit C. (third turn) – Finally, move the content in pit C to pit D (third) – The content in pit D is referred to as compost/manure after 6 – 8 weeks. Cover to prevent evaporation before applying to the soil. HEAP METHOD- Prepared by placing the compost materials in a heap buried with soil and moistened with water.CLASSIFICATION OF ANIMALS: (LIVE STOCK) Definition of farm animals- List some. – Definition of ruminants and non-ruminants.PEOPLE IN AGRICULTURE: – Crop farmers – Animals rearers/livestock farmers – Soil Scientist – Fishermen. – Veterinary doctors. – Horticulturists (gardeners) – Agricultural Engineers – Agricultural Economists – Market people. – Agricultural teachers
10WHY FARM PRODUCE SHOULD BE PROCESSED: Meaning – Importance of food processing: (i) For better usage (ii) Remove poisonous agent (iii) Ready for eating directly or indirectly (iv) Improve food and market value (v) To get different varieties of food stuffs from the same farm produce (vi) Prepares food for storage (vii) Provides employment opportunities for people (viii) it makes transportation of processed farm produce easier since it requires less spaceCLASSIFICATION BASED ON MODE OF FEEDING: Ruminants. – Non-ruminants.ORIGIN OF FARMIMG: – Originated in the near east by the early men. – Hunters and gatherers of plant – Sharp digging as the first tool – The Early men were wanderers
11PRESERVATION OF FARM PRODUCE: – Meaning of preservation of farm produce. – Importance of preservation. (i) Retains the colour, taste and nutritional values. (ii) Prolongs shelf life. (iii) Make the available in areas where they are not produced (iv) It helps in protecting farm produce from insects and other pest attack (v) Makes farm produce remain good and viable for planting in the next season. (vi) Prevents possible contaminated and infection from unpreserved food items. (vii) It saves money (buying at a cheap price when in season)CLASSIFICATION BASED ON WHERE THEY LIVE: – Land – Water.ORIGIN OF FARMIMG: – Originated in the near east by the early men. – Hunters and gatherers of plant – Sharp digging as the first tool – The Early men were wanderers
12REVISIONCLASSIFICATION BASED ON USES: – Milk (Dairy) products – Meat producers – Egg producers – Fowl, Duck. – Work (Breast of burden) with examples Horse, ass.REVISION
13EXAMINATION.REVISION OF THE YEAR’S WORK.EXAMINATION

PVS

2 HOME ECONOMICS (1ST TERM)

WEEKPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1CHOICE OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS: – Meaning of Personal belongings. – List of personal belongings. E.g. clothes, brushes, combs, towel, shoes, toothbrush.HOME MADE POLISH: Home-made polish are polish made with local materials. Types: Kerosene, Turpentine, Candle wax, Palm oil – Home-made cleaning materials: pawpaw leave, fine sand, Pine- apple leave, detergent, egg shell, wood ash, lime, salt.CONSUMMER EDUCATION: Source of Income: Identify sources of income, means of getting family income principles of ‘needs’ and ‘wants’ – Explain the differences between needs and wants – identify items of needs and wants.
2FACTORS INFLUENCING CHOICE OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS: – Money, Sex, Age, Weather, Likes and dislikes. USES OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS: – Brush: For brushing teeth. – Sponge: For Scrubbing the body. – Towel: For cleaning the body – Shoes: To protect the feet – Clothes: To cover and beautify the body.USES OF HOME MADE CLEANING AGENTS: – Pawpaw leaves: For washing galvanised iron – Fine sand: For washing pot & bucket – Egg shell: For washing back of pot. – Wood Ash: For washing bucket, tray, cup, etc. – Detergent:  For washing articles, e.g. Clothes, plates, etc. – Kerosene & Turpentine: for polishing wooden furniture e.g. Chair Table, Cupboard, shelves, cloth polesHOW TO SPEND MONEY WISELY: – Price comparison – Ways of wise spending – Meaning of wise buying and spending. ADVANTAGES OF WISE BUYING AND SPENDING: It saves money and time – It saves energy
3CARE OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS: Keeping personal belongings in an orderly manner. – Keeping personal belongings in their proper places. – Keeping personal belongings clean. – Using soap and water e.g. washing, ironing, drying, dusting.PREPARATION OF HOME-MADE FURNITURE POLISH MATERIALS: Kerosene, candle, bat soap, boiling water. Procedure: Get the wax and soap, place the grated mixture in an earthen pot or enamel pot and pour boiling water. – Stand the pot in boiling water and allow the content to melt. – Beat the method mixture thoroughly into a cream using a wooden spoon. – add turpentine gradually and keep beating until the polish is perfectly blended. – store in a good container and cover well. PREPARATION OF HOME MADE CLEANING AGENT: – Materials needed: Egg shell, detergent, broken china ware. – Procedure: Grind the egg shell and pieces of china ware into fine powder, sift the mixture to smooth powder, mix the powder with detergent powder, store in a covered container.BULK BUYING: Need for listing items for purchase. – Make a list of Four market items to buy with cost estimates. – Make a market survey.
4EFFECTS OF RIGHT CHOICE AND USES ON PERSONAL APPEARANCE: Look beautiful, attractive, self-esteem, comfortable, happiness, society acceptance EFFECT OF RIGHT CARE ON PERSONAL APPEARANCE: It saves Money, its durable, it saves time and energy.GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF CLEANING AGENTS: Choose the correct cleaning agent for the surface to clean, read label or instructions on commercial cleaning agent before use. – Follow the direction carefully: avoid wastage, store cleaning agents properly. – Display of Home-made furniture polish and cleaning agent: procedure – collection of samples, sorting out the best, Repack in a neat container, label each with paper tape, display.FOOD AND NUTRITION: – Special dishes and drinks. – Meaning of meal planning: Revise types and sources of food nutrients and their functions, explain the meaning of meal planning. – Major meals of the day: Discuss balanced meal, identify three major meals of the day.
5VARIOUS FUNCTIONAL ROOMS IN THE HOUSE: – Sitting room, Bedroom, Kitchen, Food store, Toilet, Dining Room, Bath Room. – Uses of various rooms in the house.PRACTICAL WORK ON USES OF HOME-MADE FURNITURE POLISH: – Polish some furniture in the classroom – Material needed: Brush, home-made furniture polish, duster.TYPES OF FOOD FOR EACH MEAL: – Write down some rules guiding meal planning, identify the right foods for each meal. MEAL PLANNING: – Write some simple breakfast, lunch and supper/dinner menu. – Provide simple menu chart for a day.
6.USES OF VARIOUS ROOMS IN THE HOUSE: Food Store, Bathroom, Toilet, Kitchen, Dining roomCARE OF BUCKET: – Materials needed: Home-made cleaning agents, bucket, water scrubbing brush or hard sponge. – Procedure: Wash the bucket, dry by placing on its side, store properly – Cleaning of Various Surface in the Home: Types of surface in the home- Mud surface, Cement surface, Wooden surface, floors, e.g. Terrazzo, Marble, floor, tiles.SIMPLE DISHES AND DRINKS: Special dishes and drinks in the locality; mention some special dishes, discuss on traditional/special dishes, dishes/drinks for occasions such as- Christmas, Eid-el-Kabir, Birthday, Wedding, etc.
7CARE OF SITTING ROOM AND FOOD STORE IN THE HOUSE: – Sitting room: Daily cleaning e.g. airy Sweeping, dusting. – Food Store: Weekly cleaning e.g. airy, removal of cobweb, sweeping, dusting, arranging the food stuffs. – Bathroom & Toilet: Daily and weekly cleaning e.g. sweeping, airy, scrubbing, using disinfectant.IDENTIFICATION OF DIFFERENT TYPESOF SURFACE & CLEANING: Mud Surface (Traditional floor finishing in Nigeria and Africa) Advantages: Cheaper than other floor finishes, it is cool, therefore good for hot weather. Disadvan-tages: It is not hard wearing, it is durable, it is not good for certain functional areas in the home: e.g. bathroom.COOKING TRADITIONAL DISHES/DRINKS: – Preparation of traditional dishes – Preparation of special dishes – Preparation of traditional drinks – Writing of short notes on traditional and special dishes with drinks.
8PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION ON THE CARE OF TOILET: Airing of the toilet, removing cobwebs, sweeping, washing, scrubbing and disinfect the toilet.IDENTIFICATION OF FLOOR SURFACE AND CLEANING: Good quality wood is needed for floor finishing. Advantages: It is cheaper, warm, look attractive if well painted, can last long. Dis-Advantages: it can be easily damaged by moisture, it is inflammable, can be damaged by pests, etc.MEAL SERVICES AND ENTERTAINMENT: – Types of meal service: Kitchen service, Tray service, Table service. – Prepare for practical work IMPORTANCE OF MEAL SERVICE: – Discuss the importance of meal service e.g. not to waste food, etc. – List materials required for meal services e.g. Plate, Cutleries, tray, napkin, Cup, etc.
9MEANING AND KINDS OF FOOD: Food are substance, either liquid or solid that gives the essential nutrients to the body. – kinds of food: Rice, Pawpaw, Plantain, Garri, Beans, Vegetable Oil, Salt, Water, Meat, Egg, etc. – Food groups: – Body building food (Protein- food that helps the body to grow and repair the worn out tissues: Fish, beans, meat cheese, milk, egg, etc.) Energy giving food (It gives warmth and energy to the body: Yam, Rice, potato, butter, Cocoyam, Bread, garri(eba), Palm oil, etc.CLEANING DIFFERENT SURFACES IN THE HOME: Tools for Cleaning: Brush, mub or clean rag, soap and water, etc. – Household pests like rats, cockroaches, mice, ants, house flies, bedbugs, weevils, etc.GOOD EATING HABITS: – Washing of hands before meals. – Chewing with mouth closed. – Taking little portion at a time – State and practice good eating habits. HOW TO RECEIVE AND ENTERTAIN GUESTS: – Welcoming guests warmly – State how to receive and entertain guests.
10BODY PROTECTORS: Vitamins & Minerals: They fight against diseases in the body e.g. Oranges, Pawpaw, Vegetable, Banana, Groundnut, Cashew, Egg, Milk, Liver, Fish, etc. – Meaning of Food Nutrients: – They are essential substance present in the food that helps the body to grow to function well. Nutrients: Carbohydrate, Vitamins, Fats & Oils, Minerals salt, Water: they are sourced from rice, bread yam, pawpaw, oranges, green leaves, vegetables, spinach, palm oil, vegetable oil, oily fish, butter, iodised salt, liver, egg, fruit juice and drinks, etc.)PREVENTION OF HOUSEHOLD PESTS: – Maintain good hygiene, keep house surrounding ventilated, and lit, dispose household refuse properly, destroy all possible breeding and hiding places, for mosquitoes and other pests, etc.ROLE PLAY SERVING GUESTS CORRECTLY
11FUNCTIONS OF FOOD NUTRIENT: – Carbohydrate: Supply heat &energy for work and play. – Protein: Build the body and repair the body worn-out tissues. – Vitamins: Help the body to fight diseases – Minerals: Keep the body in good working condition. – Fats & oil: Keep the body warm and give energy. – Water: it regulate body temperatureEFFECT OF PESTS IN THE HOME: They are harmful to man and his environment, they carried diseases that cause infections, they eat and damage food and articles in the home, rats and rodents can cause lassa fever – Preventive measure: Open window to allow ventilation, sweep cupboards, shelves, wardrobes, etc. dusting the house and house hold furniture, cut bushes around you.BEING A GOOD HOSTESS OF HOST: Role play reception of guests – Table laying technique – Practice tray service and table laying – Copy short notes on the items on the chalkboard.
12REVISIONREVISIONREVISION
13EXAMINATIONEXAMINATIONEXAMINATION.

Subject 9 FRENCH LANGUAGE    (PREMIER TRIMESTRE)

WEEKPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1a) L’introduction –La L’importance de la langue francise au Nigeria b) Demander et repondre en classeRevisionLa Revision
2Se saluerDecrier des Vetements (nature couleurs)Identifier les parties du corps human
3Savoir peeler des mots peeler desmots L’alphabet francaisa) Revision des couleurs de base b) Etude des adjectifs de couleursParler de sa maladie
4L’aphabet francais (Suite)Decrier les habits de quelqu’un (nature et couleur)Expliquer sa maladie
5Se presenter:Identifier et decrier un objet par sa taille, sa forme et ses couleurs (a) L’utilisation des adjetifs qualificatifs: (b) L’utilisation des adjetifs des forme: (c) L’utilisation des adjetifs de couleurs:Exprimer la Quantite
6.a. Se presenter en detailDemander et donner les reseignements (a) L’emploi des interrogatifs: (b) Introduction de la forme negative avec “ne” et “pas”Quantifier en parlant de quelque chose Etude des quelques mots exprimants les quantites courantes et les unites de measure domestique
7Se presenter (suite)Dater et mesurer le temps (a) Apprentissage de jours de la semaine (b) L’utilisation de l’interrogatiff:Poser des questions et repondre Etude de quelques verbes employes pour demander ou exprimer les quantites de quelque chose.
8Donner et demander son age:a) Comment dater les evenements: b) L’utilisation de l’interrogation.Comment demander le prix, archeter et quelque chose
9Se presenter (bilan)Dater les evenements (suite)L’utilisation de”
10Revision Revision (suite)Exprimer ses besoinsL’utilisation de”
11Revision et l’examenRemercier et s’excuserRevision des chiffres
12 RevisionRevision de structure grammaticale a definer en function des faiblesses constatees.
13 ExamenL’examen.

ARABIC (1ST TERM)

WEEKPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1REVISION OF PRIMARY THREE’S WORKREVISION OF PRIMARY FOUR’S WORK.REVISION OF PRIMARY FIVE’S WORK.
2(a) Reading of Arabic Numbers from 51-54 (b) Writing of Arabic Numbers from 51-54Self-introduction (Masculine gender)– Silent reading (by the pupils) of a short passage about a selected topic e.g. ‘My father’ – Loud reading (by the teacher) of a short passage about the selected topic. – Explanation of the new words in the passage – Discussion of the content of the passage.
3(a) Reading of Arabic Numbers from 54-57 (b) Writing of Arabic Numbers from 54-57Self-introduction (Feminine gender)– Silent reading (by the pupils) of a short passage about a selected topic. e.g. The School. – Loud reading (the teacher) of a short passage about the selected topic. – Explanation of the new words in the passage. – Discussion of the content of the passage.
4(a) Reading of short sentences comprising of Arabic Numbers from 1-3 (b) Writing of short sentences comprising of Arabic Numbers from 1-3(a) Reading of short passage about a selected topic ‘My School’ (b) Questions on the short passage.– Reading a short passage about a selected topic led by the teacher e.g. My teacher. – Reading of the passage by the Individual pupils – Explanation of the new words in the passage. – Discussion of the content of the passage.
5(a) Reading of short sentences comprising of Arabic Numbers from 4-6 – The dogs four legs. – There are six classes in the school.(a) Reading of Short passage about a selected topic e.g. ‘My Mother’ (b) Questions on short passage. (c) There are seventeen girls in the class: writing of short sentences comprising of Arabic Numbers from 16-18– Reading of a short passage about a selected topic led by the teacher. – Reading of the passage by the individual pupils. – Explanation of the new words in the passage. – Discussion of the content of the passage.
6.(a) Reading of Arabic Alphabet from (b) Identification of the Alphabets.Composition on the selected topic.– Definition noun. – Examples of noun (a boy, a girl, a bench) -Use of noun in sentences e.g. The boy is diligent; The girl is diligent; The bench is long. – Identification of noun within sentences.
7(a) Reading of Arabic Alphabets from (b) Identification of the Alphabets.Composition on the selected topic.  -definition of past tense – Reading of a passage containing past tense. – Identification of past tense in the passage. – explanation of the meaning of the words.
8The shapes of       to       at the beginning , middle and end of a word.(a) Reading of Arabic Numbers from 81-84 (b) Writing Arabic Numbers from 81-84– Listening to a tape on a selected topic. E.g. ‘my father’ – Questions on the content of the audio. – Identification and writing of some new words in the content.
9The shapes of       to      at the beginning, middle and end of a word.(a) Reading Arabic Numbers from 84-87 (b) Writing Arabic Numbers from 84-87– Listening to a tape recorder on a selected topic e.g. ‘The school’ – Questions on the content of the audio. – Identification and writing of some new words in the content.
10(a) Reading of Arabic Numbers from 57-60. (b) Writing of Arabic Numbers from 57-60.(a) Listening to a tape recorder on a selected topic ‘My School’ (b) Questions on the content of the audio. (c) Identification of some new words in the content.Writing a simple Arabic sentence on the board for the pupils to write for a specific number of times.
11(a) Reading of Arabic Numbers from 57-64. (b) Writing of Arabic Numbers from 57-64.(a) Listening to a tape recorder on a selected topic ‘My Mother’ (b) Question on the content of the audio. (c) Identification of some new words in the content.– Reading of the ArabicNumber from 101-110 – Identification of the numbers. – Writing of the numbers.
12Revision.RevisionRevision.
13Examination.Examination.Examination.

ARABIC   (1ST TERM)

WEEKPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1REVISION OF PRIMARY THREE’S WORKREVISION OF PRIMARY FOUR’S WORK.REVISION OF PRIMARY FIVE’S WORK.
2(a) Reading of Arabic Numbers from 51-54 (b) Writing of Arabic Numbers from 51-54Self-introduction (Masculine gender)– Silent reading (by the pupils) of a short passage about a selected topic e.g. ‘My father’ – Loud reading (by the teacher) of a short passage about the selected topic. – Explanation of the new words in the passage – Discussion of the content of the passage.
3(a) Reading of Arabic Numbers from 54-57 (b) Writing of Arabic Numbers from 54-57Self-introduction (Feminine gender)– Silent reading (by the pupils) of a short passage about a selected topic. e.g. The School. – Loud reading (the teacher) of a short passage about the selected topic. – Explanation of the new words in the passage. – Discussion of the content of the passage.
4(a) Reading of short sentences comprising of Arabic Numbers from 1-3 (b) Writing of short sentences comprising of Arabic Numbers from 1-3(a) Reading of short passage about a selected topic ‘My School’ (b) Questions on the short passage.– Reading a short passage about a selected topic led by the teacher e.g. My teacher. – Reading of the passage by the Individual pupils – Explanation of the new words in the passage. – Discussion of the content of the passage.
5(a) Reading of short sentences comprising of Arabic Numbers from 4-6 – The dogs four legs. – There are six classes in the school.(a) Reading of Short passage about a selected topic e.g. ‘My Mother’ (b) Questions on short passage. (c) There are seventeen girls in the class: writing of short sentences comprising of Arabic Numbers from 16-18– Reading of a short passage about a selected topic led by the teacher. – Reading of the passage by the individual pupils. – Explanation of the new words in the passage. – Discussion of the content of the passage.
6.(a) Reading of Arabic Alphabet from (b) Identification of the Alphabets.Composition on the selected topic.– Definition noun. – Examples of noun (a boy, a girl, a bench) -Use of noun in sentences e.g. The boy is diligent; The girl is diligent; The bench is long. – Identification of noun within sentences.
7(a) Reading of Arabic Alphabets from (b) Identification of the Alphabets.Composition on the selected topic.  -definition of past tense – Reading of a passage containing past tense. – Identification of past tense in the passage. – explanation of the meaning of the words.
8The shapes of       to       at the beginning , middle and end of a word.(a) Reading of Arabic Numbers from 81-84 (b) Writing Arabic Numbers from 81-84– Listening to a tape on a selected topic. E.g. ‘my father’ – Questions on the content of the audio. – Identification and writing of some new words in the content.
9The shapes of       to      at the beginning, middle and end of a word.(a) Reading Arabic Numbers from 84-87 (b) Writing Arabic Numbers from 84-87– Listening to a tape recorder on a selected topic e.g. ‘The school’ – Questions on the content of the audio. – Identification and writing of some new words in the content.
10(a) Reading of Arabic Numbers from 57-60. (b) Writing of Arabic Numbers from 57-60.(a) Listening to a tape recorder on a selected topic ‘My School’ (b) Questions on the content of the audio. (c) Identification of some new words in the content.Writing a simple Arabic sentence on the board for the pupils to write for a specific number of times.
11(a) Reading of Arabic Numbers from 57-64. (b) Writing of Arabic Numbers from 57-64.(a) Listening to a tape recorder on a selected topic ‘My Mother’ (b) Question on the content of the audio. (c) Identification of some new words in the content.– Reading of the ArabicNumber from 101-110 – Identification of the numbers. – Writing of the numbers.
12Revision.RevisionRevision.
13Examination.Examination.Examination.

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