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

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LAGOS STATE SCHEME OF WORK FOR NAPPS UNIFIED TERMINAL EXAMINATION

FOR UPPER PRIMARY 4-6 (3RD TERM )

SUBJECT 001 BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Comprising of Basic Science, ICT  Physical & Health Education  and Basic Technology

WEEKPRIMARY  4PRIAMRY 5PRIMARY 6
TOPICTOPICTOPIC
BASIC SCIENCEBASIC SCIENC:  YOU AND TECHNOLOGYBASIC SCIENCE  YOU AND TECHNOLOGY
WEEK 1Revision  of 2nd  Term work Revision  of 2nd Term work  Safety Meaning of SafetyMeaning and causes of accidentMethod of preventing accidentSafety Devices
WEEK 2Technology Definition of technologyImportance of technologyMaterials Identification of materialsTypes and uses of materialsUses of woods, metals and plastic  YOU AND ENERGY Simple Machine  Definition of simple machineLevers ( meaning)Examples of LeverParts of Lever & Uses of Lever
WEEK 3Technology Product of technologySafety Definition and Causes of accidentSome objects that causes accidentPrevention of accidentSome safety devicesPulleys (meaning Examples and types of pulleyTypes of pulleyApplication of pulley
WEEK 4Identification and uses of ICT gadgets Meaning of ICT ( information and communication technology)Maintenance Meaning of Maintenance
Importance of maintenance
Some ways of maintenance and materials needed
Inclined planes ( meaning) Examples of incline planes
Advantages of inclined planes
WEEK 5Identification and used of ICT gadgets e.g.    Identification of gadgets e.g. computer, video cassette, GSM phone Uses of ICT gadgetsDrawing instrument ( Basic preparation) Definition of drawing Instrument
Identification of drawing Instrument
Care of drawing Instrument
Forces Meaning of forceExample of forceTypes  and effect of forces
WEEK 6Shape construction with paper Concept of shape construction
Materials used for shape contrition
Cutting paper in shape
YOU AND ENERGY – Heat and energy ( conversion) – Concept of energy conversion – Forms of energyFrictional force Meaning of friction
Effects of frictionAdvantages and disadvantages of frictionReducing friction
WEEK 7Shape construction with wood or metal Concept of shape construction e.g. patternMaterials used for shape construction, wood or metalCutting tools used in shape construction e.g. chisel scissors sawShapes construction and method: folding bendingHeat And Temperature Meaning of heat and temperature TemperatureDifference between heat and temperatureTypes of thermometerMagnetism Meaning of MagnetProperties of MagnetUses of MagnetMaking Magnets
WEEK 8Identification of types of building Definition of buildingIdentification of types of buildingMaterials needed for buildingHeat and Temperature Units and symbols of temperature scaleRelationship between degree, Celsius and degree FahrenheitSome used of thermometerTaking measurement with clinical thermometerRevision of  1st  Term Work
WEEK 9Special building -Public building\Places of worshiping GodBasic Electricity Electricity as a form of EnergyTypes of electricityCell or battery and the flow of electric currentRevision of  1st  Term Work
WEEK 10Forms of energy Concept of energy- Forms of energy: mechanical, heat, chemical sound, light  solarBasic Electricity        – The flow  of electric current Conductors and non- conductorsSources of electricityComponents of circuitUses of electricityRevision of 2nd Term Work
WEEK 11Forms of Energy Uses of energyForms of energy mechanical, heat, chemical sound, light solarREVISIONRevision of 2nd Term Work
WEEK 12REVISIONEXAMINATION  EXAMINATION
WEEK 13EXAMINATION    

INFORMATIONAL &COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY  (UNDER BST)

WEEKPRY 4PRY 5PRY 6
COMPUTER STUDIES: PERFROMANCE OBJECTIVESCOMPUTER STUDIES: PERFROMANCE OBJECTIVESCOMPUTER STUDIES
TOPICTOPICTOPIC
WEEK 1Connecting the different parts of the computer correctly System unit,  Keyboard,  MonitorMouse,  Printer,  ScannerThe Desktop Meaning of Desktop Wall paper  CONTENT Review of last term’s Work on Microsoft Paint
WEEK 2Booting the computer System Meaning of booting (I )Explain the term booting  Content of the Desktop Icons and bar,   Recycle bin, my computer,my document,  star button, Task barComputer and the Society Small Scale Application of ComputerLarge Scale Application Computer  
WEEK 3Steps for Booting Describe the steps for booting a computerFunctions of the Desktop Creating and deleting folders on the desktopCareer Opportunities in computer  
WEEK 4Boots a Computer Demonstrate how to boot a computer stem  Exploration of files on the system from Desktop Copy files from one directory to the otherIdentify file to copyMisuse of Computer -Invasion of privacy, Computer Virus -Job loses, fraud,  Stealing
WEEK  5Data – Meaning,  and typesShutting down computer  CARES OF COMPUTER Caring for computer Hardware -Hard disks, monitor and keyboards
WEEK 6Information Meaning and types     Information  Computer games Define Computer GameList computer gameCaring for  Computer Users  
WEEK 7Source of Information  Importance of Computer games  REASONS FOR CARING FOR COMPUTER HUMAN WARE
WEEK 8Source of Information  Computer gameREVISION & EXAMINATION
  WEEK 9Computer as IPO System Describe computer as input- process-output IPO systemInput data into the system using keyboard and mouseProcessing dataCentral processing UnitInternet Meaning of InternetFull meaning of wwwElectronic mail      REVISION & EXAMINATION
WEEK 10Computer as IPO System Demonstrate the use of computer as IPO to process data  Internet Browsers    REVISION & EXAMINATION
WEEK 11Computer as IPO system, Output processed result Described computer as IPO to display Information -Display on monitor – Print out Information from printer  Using E- mail Address Send e-mailReceive e-mailChat on Internet Pupils should be able to: Send and receive e-mail addressChat on the internet      REVISION & EXAMINATION


WEEK 12
REVISIONRevisionREVISION & EXAMINATION
    
PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION 
WEEKPRY 4PRY 5PRY  6
 PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATIONPHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATIONPHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION
WEEK 1Marital – art meaning of marital art  and typesFood and nutrition – sources of food nutrient nutritional deficienciesPhysical fitness: measuring physical fitness component e.g. ( ability  (ii)  power  (iii) flexibility  (iv)  balance
WEEK 2Marital arts: importanceFood and nutrition (i) characteristics of nutrition deficient person   (ii)consequence of family size on nutrition  Gymnastics: stunts:  (i) sit up  (ii) crab walk  (iii) cart wheel  (iv) head stand
WEEK 3Wrestling: history, types and importance’s of wrestlingMarital arts:  (i) history of judo, (ii) Importance of judoRecreation: leisure and dancing activities dance- local dances and examples, reason why people dance, costume
WEEK 4Swimming strokes: types of stroke and safety rulesMarital art:  (i) rules of judo  (ii) skills of judo  (iii) demonstrationComputer games: meaning and types of computer games, component of computer game e.g. mouse, keyboard, monitor, ups, control pad etc.
WEEK 5Meaning and types of patogens and diseases different between patogens and diseaseSwimming stroke: types of strokes  (i)  back stroke  (ii) butterfly strokeMarital art: karate- history importance, rules and regulation of karate, taewondo history importance Rules and regulation official and their duties, skill of teawondo    
WEEK 6Spread of disease ways by which diseases are spread conductivities Apollo, HIV/AIDSPathogens diseases and preventionSwimming: basic swimming skills basic swimming stroke
WEEK 7State one example of each diseases spread by air, food, insect and body contactMeanings of signs and symptoms of diseases sickness and illnessPathogens, diseases and prevention communicable diseases e.g. HIV/AIDS measles, small pox cholera, syphills, gonorrhea, etc. prevention of communicable disease
WEEK 8Diseases preventive measures: meaning Adequate nutritionUses of safe waterClean environmentPropal disposal of waste of refuse and sewage  Meaning of communicable and none communicable diseases  Issues and challenges in physical and health education:0 drug education (i) drug abuse (ii) danger of self-medication (iii) qualities needed for protection against drug addiction
WEEK 9Disease preventive Measures:- Seeking and getting treatment on timeExerciseGood hygieneImmunization/vaccinationRest and sleep   (iv)  ventilationHealth education    Issues and challenges in physical and health education: drug uses and their consequenceREVISION
WEEK 10Drug education:- Meaning of drug useDrug-misuse  (iii) drug abuse  Ways of taking drugs  REVISION
WEEK 11Drug education:  differentiate between drug misuse and drug abuse e.g. marijuana, alcohol, coffee, kolanut  Alcohol and tobaccoREVISION
WEEK 12Drug education: two substance that are regular as drug e.g narcotics and sedative etc.  examples of poison e.g. izal, Dettol, bleach, kerosene, petrol  Health: (i) consequence of drugs abuse on individual  (ii)  family  )iii) society  REVISION
WEEK 13Revision and ExaminationRevision and examinationEXAMINATION

SUBJECT 002  CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART

WEEKPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY  6
 CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTCULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTCULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART
 TOPICTOPICTOPIC
WEEK 1 & 2Introducing Values in Cultural and Creative Art Explanation of Meaning of valueImportance of value in Act and Craft music in the societyCOLLAGELIntroduction to collage Meaning of collageFunctions of collageValues and maintenanceMeaning of valueRelationship between values and maintenance
WEEK 3-4Introducing value in cultural and creative Art -Methods of inculcatingIntroduction of forms of drama State types of dramaList the two forms of dramaHow to add value through maintenance e.g  
WEEK 5-6Characteristic of Value in culture and Creative Arts Why value are needed in creative workFunctions of Drama List all functions of dramaRecycling functional Art work Method of Recycling  
WEEK 7-8Values and Improvisation: – Meaning of Improvisation – Art materials and their improvised onesAims and Objectives of Apprenticeship Definition, aims and objectiveRecycling for functional Art works Uses of RecycledCharacteristics of recycled product
WEEK  9-10Improvisation of Art materials Meaning of ImprovisationArt materials and their improved ones 3. Making improvised materialsCARVING Definition Materials for carving objects Types of carving  REVISION
WEEK 11-12Improvisation of Art Material Material and alternative Similarities and characteristicsForms of local Architecture design Definition Materials used for architectureTypes of architecture B.  Basic consideration in Local Architecture Definition, purpose etc.REVISION AND EXAMINATION

SUBJECT 003 ENGLISH STUDIES

WEEKS  PRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY  6
 ENGLISH STUDIESENGLISH STUDIESENGLISH STUDIES
 TOPICSTOPICSTOPICS
WEEK 1A    Speech Work Stress patter B    Structure Reading  literary book C    Reading Teaching of new word –           meaning and comprehension D   Grammar Identify linking word, sentences of the paragraph E    Writing Descriptive/Narrative essay F    Dictation Words/sentences from passage readA. Speech Work: Word pronunciation practice command and request B Structure: Construction using verb phrase complement with adverbial C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Uses of ‘’so…that;; to express personal opinion E. Writing: Composition involving expression of personal opinion F. Dictation: Selected paragraph from the passage read          Revision of second term work
WEEK 2A    Speech Work A passage from a folk    tales B    Structure A memorable football match C    Reading teaching of new words and comprehension D    Grammar Describe a memorable event and what makes it memorable E    Writing Re  arrange these words to tell the sorry why snail move slowly F    Dictation Selected words/sentence from the passage readA. Speech Work: Expressing Congratulation B Structure: Passage based on illustration when adverbial structure C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Passage based on illustrating when adverbial structure in longer sentences E. Writing: Composition involving expression of personal opinion F. Dictation: Selected  from the passage readA. Speech Work: Making verbal report and statement B Reading : Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension C. Structure: Writing e-mail test messages D. Grammar: Comparison of adverb E. Writing: Biography writing: describe a person or thing so that everybody will readily recognize him/her/it F. Verbal Aptitude
WEEK 3A    Speech Work Question Tags Using modal auxiliaries e.g. Can May, Will Shall etc. B    Structure correct forms of will, shall and may in question tag. C. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning, Oral and written comprehension D. Grammar: Using question tags E. Writing Narrative passage i.e. an eyes witness account of things done, said and seen. F. Dictation: Spelling selected words from the passage read.A. Speech Work: Passage based on conversation with what, adjective clause B Structure: Observing and reporting things complete action C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Passage based on conversation with that. which adjectival clause E. Writing: Descriptive composition element of soil F. Dictation: Selected  words from the  passage readA. Speech Work: Giving formal speeches B Reading : Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension C. Structure: main clauses with ‘if’ conditional clause D. Grammar: Informal letters further practice E. Writing: Auto biography: description of oneself habit, taste, manner and moral qualities F. Verbal Aptitude
WEEK 4A. Speech Work: responsible parenthood and family welfare B. Structure: Identify different types of marriages advantages and disadvantages of each Reading:  Teaching of new words, oral and written comprehension D. Grammar: Learn these words and their meaning an some selected words from the passage E. Writing: Passage based on public notice do not smoke, Avoid HIV/AIDS etc. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Observing and reporting things: completed action. B Structure: Passage base on construction with the past tense, past perfect tense C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Uses of ‘when” in long sentence E. Writing: Composition on ‘’My School” F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Talking at Interview B Reading : Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension C. Structure: Informal letter: Further practice D. Grammar: Difference between pairs of sentence The use of ‘in’ and ‘at’ in in simple sentences correctly E. Writing: Dictation of suitable passages F. Verbal Aptitude
WEEK  5A. Speech Work: Movable adverbial phrases in sentences in initial and final position. B Structure: make sentences from the table. C. Reading: Teaching of new words, oral and written comprehension D. Grammar:  Identify the options, say whether they advise, advertise or warm E. Writing: Copy a poem with emphasis on the formal, crooked song F. Dictation: Selected sentences from the passage readA. Speech Work: Debate ‘’ A farmer is more importance than a teacher B Structure: Page based on construction with the past tense, past perfect tense C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Passage based on construction with prepositional verbs and phrasal verbs E. Writing: Composition on ‘’My School” F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Reading valedictory speeches B Reading : Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension C. Structure: Review of some functional         words D. Grammar: Review of guides to good easy writing E. Writing: Writing informal letter F. Verbal Aptitude
WEEK 6A. Speech Work: Intonation and Stress. B Structure: Passage on means of Transport C. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension D. Grammar:  Information to close friends, parents, uncle E. Writing: Relative clauses F. Dictation: Selected sentences/words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Passage on National Values using correct Stress and intonations B Structure: Family needs and resources C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Uses of That, who, which & when to produce defining clauses E. Writing: on Girls are more useful in the family F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Expressing wishes and suppositions B Reading : Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension C. Structure: Indefinite pronoun and Indefinite adverbs D. Grammar: Singular and Plural E. Writing: My favorite sport F. Verbal Aptitude
WEEK 7A. Speech Work: The book the Owl, the Pussy cat B Structure: Adverbial clauses using when, if, unless, if not C. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning – comprehension D. Grammar:  Adverbial clause of time E. Writing: poetry F. Dictation: Selected words sentences from the passage readA. Speech Work: Oral composition B. Structure: “ Although’’  ‘’ because’’  ‘’But’’ C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Letter expressing Gratitude for Gifts visit and other favours received E. Writing: Indicating direction F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage readA. Speech Work: Pronunciation practice phrases with two explosives e.g. A black bird, a heavy weight, a dark room B Reading : Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension C. Structure: Punctuation marks D. Grammar: Word bank and sentence building E. Writing: How I will spend my coming holidays      F. Verbal Aptitude
WEEK 8A. Speech Work: Passage on habits of worship among Nigerians B Structure: Study words and use them to sentences from the table. C. Reading: Teaching of new words-, and meaning comprehension D. Grammar Adverbial:  clause of time E. Writing: Composition on how man change his environment F. Dictation: Selected words/ sentences from the passage readA. Speech Work: The past tense: the perceptive aspect B. Structure: Phrasal verbs C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Phrasal verbs E. Writing: Composition My Environment F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read        GENERAL REVISION
WEEK 9A. Speech Work: Conditional sentences expressing wishes and desires that are unlikely to be fulfilled B Structure: Class drama- use stress and intonation to express a wide range of emotions C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Make Sentence out of the table E. Writing: Fill in the gap to turn the poem into a prose F. Dictation: Selected sentences from the passage readA. Speech Work: Exposition Basic concept of drug abuse B. Structure: Passage on Debate ‘’town life is better than village life’’ C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Puzzle E. Writing: On Inter House Sport say F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read            GENERAL REVISION
WEEK 10A. Speech Work: Songs B Structure: Passage on one of the Landmarks in Nigeria C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Past participle present continuous and past participle tenses E. Writing: Fill in the gap to turn the poem into a prose F. Dictation: Selected sentences from the passage readA. Speech Work: Managing Agriculture B. Structure: Expressions connected with health sickness cures for human ailment C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Letter expressing Gratitude for Gifts visit and other favours received E. Writing: Indicating direction F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read      GENERAL REVISION
WEEK 11A. Speech Work: Song B Structure: English habit among Nigerians C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: Word search E. Writing: name other Landmark in Nigeria apart from the owufall? F. Dictation: Selected sentences from the passage readA. Speech Work: Managing Agriculture B. Structure: Construction with defining relative C. Reading: Teaching of new words,   meanings comprehension D. Grammar: ’Must;; have to’ E. Writing: Descriptive on a Goat F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read        GENERAL REVISION
WEEK 12REVISON AND EXAMINATIONREVISION AND EXAMINATIONGENERAL REVISION
WEEK 13EXAMINATIONEXAMINATIONEXAMINATION

SUBJECT 004 MATHEMATHICS

WEEKSPRIMARY  4PRIAMARY 5PRIAMARY  6
 MATHEMATHICSMATHEMATHICSMATHEMATHICS
 TOPICSTOPICSTOPICS
WEEK 1Estimating lengths and comparing Measurement Additional Subtraction of Length   Quantitative Reasoning( Solve quantitative aptitude problems involving lengthsTemperature of Objects and town in degrees Celsius oCConversim of Centigrade of FahrenheitConversion of Fahrenheit to CentigradeWord problems on temperatureQuantitative Reasoning    Revision of second Term’s work
WEEK 2Weight (a)Addition and Subtraction of Weights (b)Multiplication of Weight in Kilograms by whole numbers c)Division of weight on kilograms and Grams by whole Number (d)Word problems on weight   Quantitative ReasoningPlane Shapes Parallel and Perpendicular lineQuantitative reasoningTriangle Properties of TriangleQuantitative ReasoningProperties Quadrilateral   Quantitative Reasoning ( Solve quantitative aptitude problems related to Rhombus square and rectangle    Open Sentences Quantitative aptitude
WEEK 3Time, Calendar & Dates   Quantitative Aptitude ( Solve  exercise on quantitative aptitude problems related to timePlane shapes Properties of a Rhombus square and rectangleQuantitative Reasoning related to Rhombus square and rectangle  Angles (measuring of angles ) Quantitative aptitude  
WEEK 4Area of Rectangles SquareQuantitative Aptitude related to areas  Angles:     (a)Definition of Angles    (b)Types of angles    (c )Transversal   (d) Measurement of Angles Quantitative Identification of parts of a circle  Polygon Quantitative aptitude problems relating to polygon
WEEK 5Capacity Aptitude and subtraction in litres Quantitative Aptitude(Solveproblems involving quantitative aptitude3 Dimensional shapes I  Cube, cuboid Pyramid and a Square base and Triangular prism Scale drawing They should be able to develop interest in converting length and distances of subjects in his environment to any scale Quantitative aptitude
WEEK 6  Capacity   Quantitative Aptitude Solve problems on quantitative ReasoningCircle: Identification of Parts of a circle Quantitative Reasoning( Solve quantitative aptitudes problems on circlePlane Figures Quantitative aptitude
WEEK 7Plan shapes e.g Rectangles Equilateral Isosceles triangles Rhombus Trapezium Kite Parallelogram etc.Measurement of height and Distance Quantitative ReasoningEveryday Statistics Quantitative Aptitude
WEEK 83- dimensional shapes cuboids Cube and cylindersBinary Numbers System Number in base 2Conversion of base 2 numbers to Base 10 numbers and vice versaQuantitative Reasoning    REVISION
WEEK 9Pictogram and Mode Quantitative (Solve problems on quantitative Reasoning find mode)Binary Numbers System (cont.) Addition of Numbers in base 2Subtraction of number in base 2Quantitative Reasoning involving addition and subtraction bin any numbers system    REVISION
WEEK 10Bargraph and moodStatistics Definition of statisticsPrepare a tally of dataTossing of coins and throwing dieMore work on pictograms, bar Graphs and pie chartQuantitative Reasoning ( solve problems on quantitative aptitude involving pictograms, Bar graph and pie chart    REVISION
WEEK 11Revision of all Terms worksStatistics Mode of dataMeans of dataMedian of dataQuantitative Reasoning mode  EXAMINATION
WEEK 12ExaminationRevision of all terms workEXAMINATION
WEEK 13ExaminationExaminationEXAMINATION

SUBJECT 005: NATIONAL VALUES

COMPRISING OF SOCIAL STUDIES, CIVICS , SECURITY EDUCATION AND NOW HISTORY- Letter of directive from MOE refers

WEEKPRY 4PRY 5PRY  6
 SOCIAL STUDIESSOCIAL STUDIESSOCIAL STUDIES
 TOPICSTOPICSTOPICS
WEEK 1Employment Meaning of employment an unemploymentConsequences of unemployment Ways to reduce unemployment      Housing    Effects of Substances abuse  
WEEK 2Wages and Income distribution Meaning of wages and incomeProblems                Features of adequate housing  Modes of drugs uses and consequences Effect of normal and excessive use of drugs
WEEK 3Communication Meaning of communication Types of communication   Differences between traditional and modern    systems of communication. – Problems of communication Solution    Population and Housing  Sources of drugs supply and trafficking Registered and unregistered sources of drugs- trafficking
WEEK 4Forms of accident -Meaning and types of accident e.g.  road, air water, rail, accident etc Outcomes of Accident First Aids treatment What we can do to prevent accident    Personal hygiene and Physical development What is personal hygiene and physical development?Characteristics of physical developmentFactors, that can hinder growth in children  Identification of Abuses and their treatment and rehabilitation Effects of drugs
WEEK 5Factors which encourages abuse off drugsPhysical fitness and Population  Prevention of drug abuse Names governmental organisatiions concerned with physical, mental and social well beings of youths in the community      
WEEK 6Some substance abuse and their health and Socio Economic effectsDrugs Abuse Concept of drug abuseFactor contributing to drug abuseEffect of abuse and source of drugsObstacles to physical development in youth Define the word obstaclesHow to keep the body well groomed things to be done to keep the body well groomed
WEEK 7Characteristics of drug abusers, their treatment and rehabilitationPrevention of drug abuse and life coping skillsREVISION of week 1-6 works
WEEK 8What we can do to prevent drug abusePollution Meaning of pollution Sources and causes of air pollution  REVISION
WEEK 9Pollution Meaning of pollution Types of pollution How to remedy the effects of pollution e.g Natural Disaster Meaning of Natural and Unnatural disastersCauses of naturaldisastersEffect of national disaster on life and property    REVISION
WEEK 10Agricultural TechnologyMechanized Agriculture Concept of Mechanized AgricultureThe uses of machines in AgricultureAgriculture machinesProblems of mechanized agricultureModern Agricultural technology to fishing and faming      REVISION
WEEK 11Advantages of modern faming Problems of modern farming SolutionDifference between man and woman Ways in which men and women are the sameDifferences between man and womanRoles of men in the society traditionallySome of inequality    REVISION
WEEK 12Agencies that promote the Social well-being of the youth  REVISIONREVISION
WEEK 13REVSION AND EXAMINATIONEXAMINATIONEXAMNATION

CIVIC EDUCATION

WEEKPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
 CIVIC EDUCATIONCIVIC  EDUCATIONCIVIC EDUCATION
 TOPICTOPICTOPIC
WEEK 1Revision of Second term’s workRevision of second term’s workRevision of second term’s work
WEEK 2Traffic Regulation  Meaning of traffic regulationTraffic signsImportance of traffic regulationOur duties and obligation to government  Meaning of duties and obligationDuties of pupils in a schoolDuties of children in a familyExamples of civil society group in Nigeria – CLO, Human rights watch CD, NADECOMeaning of civil society groups e.g CLO means civil liberty organization
WEEK 3Traffic regulation continued Reason we need to obey traffic RegulationDuties and obligation of citizens to governmentConsequences of citizen failing to perform their duties and obligationFunction of civil society groups in NigeriaProblems of civil society in Nigeria
WEEK 4Agencies enforcing traffic regulations e.g. road safety corps, LASMRepresentative Democracy (Defending democracy social justice) Meaning of pressure group with examplesImportance of pressure groupMoral aspect of drug education How to protect our health and the health of otherConcept of right and wrong, good and bad health habitsReligious and traditional beliefs on drug abuse
WEEK  5Problems of traffic regulationCommunicating social injustice to leadersDrugs that are commonly abusedEffects of drug abuse
WEEK 6Solution to Problems of traffic regulationPressure Groups Advantages of pressure groupDisadvantages of pressure groupDrug laws and their enforcement Meaning of drugs traffickingConsequences for drug trafficking
WEEK 7Attitude to Accident Victims Meaning of accident victimsAttitude of people towards accidents victims e.g. friendless, caringAltitude to work Meaning of hard and lazinessReward for hard work and lazinessHow to encourage hard workAgencies responsible for enforcing drugs laws e.g NDLEA, custom and exerciseFunctions of drugs laws enforcement agencies
WEEK 8Health Issues Personal hygiene (clothes Meaning of clothesReasons people wear clothesWorks protest against inadequate payment e.g. demonstration, strikes etc.Revision
WEEK 9Types of clothes suitable under weathersCivil Society and Moral Education Meaning of civil societyCharacteristics of civil societyRevision
WEEK 10Types of clothes suitable for  different occupation e.g. Lawyer, Doctor, Engineer etc.Some Civil Society Organization in NigeriaRevision
WEEK 11How to keep our dirty  clothes cleanItems used for keeping or clothesMeaning of Moral EducationImportance of moral education to civil societyRevision
WEEK 12Revision and TestRevision and TestRevision
WEEK 13EXAMINATIONExaminationExamination

SECURITY EDUCATION

WEEKPRIMARY 4PRIMARY 5PRIMARY 6
1Meaning of Common Crimes  Meaning of Crimes and examples of crimes  Meaning of personal security management
2Common Crimes in Our society  Punishment for various crimes  The need for personal security management.
3Causes of common Crimes in the society  Acting appropriately in the face of danger  Examples of various crimes in the society.
4Effects of Common Crimes  Role playing to illustrate how to help oneself and other  Punishment for various crimes.
5Ways of Preventing Crimes  Security agencies and year of establishment  Acting appropriately in the face of danger.
6Different Security tips  State command emergency phone number  Acting appropriately in the face of danger.
7Meaning of Child Abuse  Mid -term  Important phone numbers /emergency numbers (police, FRSC, NAFDAC, NDLEA, NEMA, hospitals, etc).     
8Types of Child Abuse            Names of all the Indigenous  Inspector     Physical appearance and dressing in personal security management. 
9RevisionGeneral police and their year in office    CCTV(Closed Circuit Cameras) and uses.
10RevisionRevisionRevision.
11RevisionRevision.Revision.
12ExaminationExaminationExamination.
13VacationVacationVacation.
    

HISTORY

WKPRY 4PRY5PRY 6
1Some Nigeria peoplellSome Nationalists in Nigeria, Herbert MacaulayCivil Rule
2Some Nigeria peoplellDr. Nnamdi AzikweCivil Rule
3Some Nigeria peoplellChief ObafemiAwolowoCivil Rule
4Importance of historical feature and sites in NigeriaAlhaji Sir Ahmadu BelloMilitary rule in Nigeria
5Major Historical feature and sites in NigeriallMallamAminu KanoMilitary rule in Nigeria
6The four early regions in NigeriaNigeria independenceMilitary rule in Nigeria
7Creation of StateTraditional religious in NigeriaOil Economy
8Colonia Administrative Headquarters of British Protectorate.Islam In NigeriaOil Economy
9Federal capitalsChristianity in NigeriaOil Economy
10Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria lTraditional Occupation in the stateThe growth of industries in Nigeria
11Heroes and Heroines in NigeriallTraditional Occupation of Nigeria people. The HausaThe growth of industries in Nigeria
12Some Nigeria peopleTraditional Occupation of Nigeria people. The Yoruba and IgboThe growth of industries in Nigeria

SUBJECT 006:  YORUBA

WEEKPRY 4PRY 5PRY  6
 YORUBAYORUBAYORUBA
 TOPICSTOPICSTOPICS
WEEK 1EDE: Onka Yoruba- Ogoji –Ogota ( 40-60) ASA: Oriki orile ati ilu-itumo oriki, die lara awon oriki ati ilu.b.a Olofa, opomulero, oyo, Ile-ife. Abbi LITIRESO: Itan awon akoni l’ okunrin  b. a balogun IbikunleEDE: Aroko alariiyanjiyan- lori koko ti oluko ba yan ASA: Ere Ayo- Awon to n taa ohun elo re, Akoko ati igba ti won n taa ati ibi ti won ti n ta a LITIRESO: Owe to suyo ninu itan aroso ati oro geereEDE: Onka Yoruba, kiko ati mimo onka ni aropo (addition) ati ayokuro (subtraction) ASA: Oge sise laarin awon okunrin ni aye atijo.  Aso wiwo laarin awon okunrin Buba ati Sokoto, Dansiki Agbada Fila gonbi LITIRESO: Fifa awon oro titun yo ninu iwe kiaka apinleko ti Ijoba fowo si ati gbigbe awon oro naa  kale ni lilo
WEEK 2EDE: Onka Yoruba-Ogota- de Ogorun un (60- 100) ASA: Awon ohun ti o ma n han ninu oriki orile ati ilu.  Bi apeere ise iran, eewo iran, ihuwasi akoni, isadale ilu, orisa ilu ati iran abbi. LITIRESO: Itan awon akoni l’ Herbert MacaulayEDE: Oro oruko Afoyemo ati Alaiseeka ASA: Okoto tita- Ohun elo re, iye awon to n ta a, Anfaani ere idaraya pelu aleebu re. LITIRESO: Sise ere onise kekere lati ko omode logbonEDE: Dida oro ise mo ninu oro oruko A.b Agbeke lo si oja Dotun ge igi giga ASA: Anfaani ati alebu ti o wa ninu ere idaraya LITIRESO: Itan siso ati fifa awon owe yo ninu itan naa
WEEK 3EDE: Oro oruko- Itumo ati eya oro oruko ati apeere.  Bi apeere: Oruko aridimu, Oruko afoyemo, Oruko aseeka, Oruko Ibikan abbi ASA: Kiki oriki orile.  BI appere opomulero, Olofa, Olujoje, Aragberi, Olufe abbi LITIRESO: Itan  akoni lokunrin: Eniowo Ransome KutiEDE: Oro oruko Aseeka ati oro oruko Aridimu.  Ilo won ninu gbolohun ede Yoruba ASA: Ere Aarin- Bi a se n se ere naa ati ofin inu re. Anfaani ati aleebu ere naa LITIRESO: Itan aroso- Awon owe ati akanlo ede to suyo ninu itan aroso naa.EDE: Silebu ede Yoruba.  Pinpin oro si silebu ASA: Idana ni ile Yoruba ati awon eroja isomoloruko-a.b  oyin, atare, obi, orogbo, isu owo idan aso apoti LITIRESO: Agbeyewo awon itna wuru pelu alu pale
WEEK 4EDE: Oro ouko- Ipo oro oruko ninu gbolohun ede Yoruba Ipo Oluwa, Ipo abo, Ipo eyan ASA: Kiki oriki ilu:  BI apeere Ile-Ife, Oyo, Ado- Ekiti, Eko abbi LITIRESO: Itan  akoni lokunrinBi apeere loye Obafemi AwolowoEDE: Akanlo Ede- Awitunwi Afiwe  Panna- Oyin, Ayo, abbi ASA: Ise Ajumose lawujo Yoruba- Itumo ise Ajumose- apeere ise, ajumose- ona yiye, ike kiko, ebe kiko, epo fifo abbi LITIRESO: Kikai we ewi apileko ti IJoba fowo si.EDE: Agbeyewo awon isori  girima a.b Oro oruko, oro ise, Aropo oruko, eyan oro ASA:  .Agbeyewo awon awon asa ti a ti se seyin in saa kinni ati ikeji a.b Iseda ati itankale omo yoruba LITIRESO: Agbeyewo awon iwe onitan ti ijoba ti yan fun saa kinni ati keji awon ounje abinini ni ile Yoruba ere onise
WEEK 5EDE: Fifa oro oruko yo ninu gbolohun ede yoruba ASA: Awon iwulo oriki orile ati Ilu LITIRESO: Itan  akoni lokunrin: Mosudi AbiolaEDE: Oro Aropo Oruko- ( Oluwa) eyo ati opo, idamo okookan ati ilo won ASA: Anfaani ati aleebu ise ajumose LITIRESO: Kikai we itan aroso ti ijoba yan pelu ogbon ti o jade ninu iwe naaEDE: Agbeyewo awon iro faweli ati konsonati A.b a b d fg gb Iro afaweli –a e e I o o u Iro konsonati – b f g gb h ASA: Igbeyawo awon ere idarya A.b alo apomo,  Alo apagbe LITIRESO: Agbeyewo lori akojopa eda
WEEK 6EDE:Aroko: Itumo ati orisi aroko- Alalaye, Alariyanjiyan, Alapejuwe, Oniroyin, Onisorogbesi, AjemoIsipaya, Leta ASA:Eewo-Itumo ati orisii eewo Ile Yoruba.  Bi apaeere: Omode ko gbodo fowo gbejo                       Omode ko gbodo sufee losan an. Abbl. LITIRESO: Itan  akoni lokunrinAjayi CrowtherEDE: Oro aropo Oruko- NI ipo Abo idanwo ati ilo won ninu gbolohun ASA: Ere idarya- Eye meloo tolongo waye LITIRESO: Itan arosoOloro gbuuru siso akanlo ede  inu re ati asa Yoruba inu itan naaEDE: Agbeyewo iro ohun a.b ohun aarin, ohun ike, ohun isale ASA:  Agbeyewo lori oruko awon oba alade  a.b Oba ilu Eko,  Oba ilu Ife LITIRESO: Agbeyewo lori itan olowe ati owe onitan
WEEK 7EDE: Ilana kiko aroko- Ifaara, Alaye, Igunle ASA: Awon eewo ti aisan mu wa, Bi appere “Adete ko gbodo gbe aarin ilu, Iran onikoyi ko gbodo je okete, Alaisan Aromoleegun ko gbodo fo egungun adiye, Oniko ko gbodo je agbon LITIRESO: Itan  akoni lobinrin- MoremiEDE: Oro  aropo oruko- Ni ipo eyan idanimo- Isesi ati Ilo  re ninu gbolohun ASA: Ere idaraya- Bojuboju- Bi won se n se ere naa awon ti won se ere naaa, igba ati akoko ti won n sere naa LITIRESO: Ilo akanlo ede pelu itumo-won ninu gbolohun ede yorubaEDE: Agbeyewo lori ise abinibi ati asa iranra eni lowo ASA:  Agbeyewo lori ise abinibi ati asa iranra eni lowo LITIRESO: Agbeyewo awon ewi olohun to wa fun ayeye ni ile yoruba
WEEK 8EDE:Aroko Alapejuwe.  Orisii aroko pelu ori oro okookan won.  Bi apeere Ijamba moto to soju mi- Aroko Oniroyin ASA:Idi ti awon eewo aisan fi je eewo LITIRESO: Itan  akoni lobirin: Olufunmilayo Ransome KutiEDE: Oro Atokun- Itumo irisi ati ilo ninu gbolohun ede Yoruba.  Orisirissi oro atokun. ASA: Itumo awon owe ninu ede yoruba LITIRESO: Ewi aroso pelu itupale re ninu kilaasiEDE: Agbeyewo lori oro aponle ati oro atokun ASA:  Agbeyewo lori iwa omoluwabi ati ojuse eni geg bi obi olori ilu LITIRESO: Agbeyewo lori awon orin aye igbeyawo, isomoloruko
WEEK 9EDE: Kiko aroko alapejuwe ASA: Awon eko ti eewo pipamo  n koni LITIRESO: Itan  akoni lobinrin- Efunroye TinubuEDE: Ilo oro oruko ninu gbolohun ede Yoruba,  Idannimo ati orisii  oro oruko ijeyo won ninu gbolohun ede Yoruba ASA:          Oge sise ni aarin awon okunring ati afiwe oge sisi ni aye atijo ati ode oni LITIRESO: Agbeyewo itan oloro wuuru pelu atupale reEDE:Agbeyewo lori isori oro aropo oruko ati leta kiko aroko ASA:Agbeyewo lori awon oruko ni ile Yoruba a.b oruko abiso, amutorunwa, inagije LITIRESO: Agbeyewo lori awon olu ede itan to was ninu iwe asayan    
WEEK 10EDE: Kiko aroko alariiyanjijayan ASA: Atunyewo eko lori eewo aisan LITIRESOAtunyewo eko lori awon akoni lokunrin ati lobinrin  Atunyewo gbogbgbo ise saa lore de Yoruba  Atunyewo
WEEK 11EDE: Atunyewo ise saa ASA Atunyewo ise saa   LITIRESO: Atunyewo ise saa      Atunyewo ise saa lori Asa ati Literso YorubaAtunyewo
WEEK 12Idanwo ipari odun akekooIdanwo ipari odun ikekooIdanwo ipari odun ikekoo

SUBJECT 007 CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE /ISLAMIC REL KNOWKEDGE

WEEKSPRY 4PRY 5PRY  6
CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGECHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGECHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE
TOPICSTOPICSTOPICS
WEEK 1  Revision of second term’s work  Revision of second term’s workChoosing a career What is a career?Different types of career, II Thess 3:6 -13,  Dignity of labour James 2 17-20
WEEK 2Jesus loves all people God’s ways of showing love to His people Matt5:44-48, John 15-12The Holy Spirit makes  us faithful Explanation of who the Holy Spirit is The Holy Spirit is the third person in God’s headThe coming of Christianity to Nigeria (i) List of various Christian mission (church)Approximate dates of the arrival of the missionariesActivities of the early missionaries
WEEK 3Identify instances Jesus demonstrated His Love Explain the importance of showing love to one another Mark 10 “ 46-53Influence of the Holy Spirit in our daily lives e.g II Timo 1 vs 7 Disciple, Obedience,  LoyaltyThe coming of Christianity to Nigeria (ii) -The spread of Christianity from the cost to the various parts of the country -The major indigenous churches e,g ECWA, Celestial, Gospel Faith, Cherubim & Seraphim, Holy Saviour, etc
WEEK 4Jesus guide us by His Spirit Evidence of the guidance of the Spirit of JesusThe Spirit guided the Apostles to choose Paul and Barnabas.  Act 13:1, Jn 13: 15Holy Spirit makes us faithful.  Acts 7 Guides our talents properly.  Matt 25: 14-30The Holy Spirit bear witness in usThe biographies of Christians Leaders -The format to be followed in treating the biography of any leader selected is as follows: – – Name of the Christian leaders – Place and date of birth, Education – Occupation or career, Outstanding contribution to the church and the community,  Special virtues, If dead, place and date of death
WEEK 5The gift or the Holy Spirit (Act 8) JN 14: 25; Jn 16: 1-12. – The role of the Holy Spirit in guiding the Christians -The fruits of the Holy Spirit (Galatian 5:22-23The Holy Spirit makes us love one another Reasons to love one another God asks us to love because he loves us. Mark 12: 30-31Biographies of Christians leaders continued as in week 4
WEEK 6Jesus gives s a new life Explanation of the term ‘ New Life’Evidence of a new life Act 16: 31-34God  sent us His only son to demonstrate love. John 4:8-10, John 3: 16 How we demonstrate our love to one another Luke 10:25-27  Revision of 1st term’s work
WWEK 7The fruits of a new life Gal 5: 22-26.  Peace, Joy, Love, Endurance etc. Characteristics of new lifeImportance of loving one another, 1 John 3: 14 God id love 1Johb 4:8  Revision of 1st term’s work
WEEK 8Jesus is with us  The rewards of working in the holy Spirit Explanation of the concept ‘’ reward’’ and punishment  Revision of 2nd  term’s work
WEEK 9Benefit of Jesus Presence with us todayReward of working in the Holy Spirit God guidance Act 5: 1-11, Oneness Acts 4: 8-12 Courage Act 4” 8-12 Preservation Psalm 121:8    Revision of 2nd  term’s work
WEEK 10Christ at work in our Homes Evidence of Christ’s presence in the homes h visit Preparation for Christ’s visit  The reward of working for God Discuss the concept of reward and punishment Why we should live an upright lifeRevision of the term’s work
WEEK 11.Christ wants us to be the salt of the Earth. Explain the term salt of the earthUses of saltChristian as salt of the earthQualities expected from Christians as salt of the earth.  Matt : 11-16    The reward of the faithful servant Matt 25: 14-29    Revision of the term’s work
WEEK 12Revision of the term’s workRevision of the term’s workRevision of the term’s work
WEEK 13ExaminationExaminationExamination
WEEKPRIAMRY 4PRIAMRY 5PRIARMY  6
ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGEISLAMIC RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGESLAMIC RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE
TOPICSTOPICSTOPICS
WEEK 1SURUTUL IKHLAS (CHAPTER OF UNIT) 1- 4 Recitation of Suratul Ikhlas Translation of Suratul IkhlasMemorization of Suratul IkhlasSURATULA LA CHAPTER ( 96:1-10) Recitation of Suratul A’la ( Q87: 1-10)Translation of Suratul A’la (Q87: 1-10)Memorization of Suratul A’la ( Q87: 1-10)AL-QUR’AN: Recitation of Suratul Yasin 36 v 1-10 a)Recitation of either Arabic test ot translation of the above verses “Aayat” b)Explanation of the verses recited
WEEK 2FARAIDU AND SUNNAN PARTS OD SALAT Mention faraidu (obligatory) of SalatList sunnah (Tradition) of salatMention steps to correct mistakes in salatAl-GHUSL- RITUAL BATH State the meaning of GhusluReasons for performing GhusluDemonstration of how to perform GhusluTAWHID & FIQH:  Faraid, Sunnah and Mustahabbat of salat A)What are the obligatory ‘’Faraid’’ steps of the [prayer B)State the Non Obligatory ‘Sunnah steps of the prayer C)What are the recommendable ‘’Mestahabbat’’ steps of the prayer
WEEK 3SURATUL ‘AZR Q103: 1-3 Recitation of Suratul AzrList the steps to take in perfroming Mustahabat of SolatTHE FOUR FOUNERS OF ISLAMIC LAW (IMAAM MALIK) Relate the life History of Imaam MalikList the contribution of Imaam Malik IslamState the Moral lessons from his lifeTAWHID/FIQH: Sawim and its importance “fasting” -The meaning of fasting “sawm’’ in Islam -The kinds of fasting ‘sawim’ and how to fast -What is the importance of fasting ‘sawm
WEEK 4SURATU TAKATHURU Q 102 1-8 Meaning of Suratu TakathurMemorization of Suratu TakathurSURATULA’LA (Q. 11-19) Recitation of Sratul A’la ( Q87” 11- 19)Translation of Suratul A\la ( Q87:  11-19 )Memorization of Surutal (A’la Q.87.11-19 )TAWHID & FIQH:  Important of Hajj “Pilgrimage’’ -Explain the meaning of Hajj Pilgrimage -State on whom Hajj Pilgrimage is compulsory -List the importance ‘Hajj Pilgrimage
WEEK 5AS-SAWMU AND ITS IMPORTANCE Definition of As-SawmMention the various types of voluntary fastingExplanation the social and religious importance of fasting Quranic quotation that support fasting Q2: 183 -185ZAKT AND SIGNIFICANT OF ZAKAT Explain the meaning of ZakatList the advantages of ZakatIdentify items on which Zakat is paid  TAHDHIB: Service to community and humility -State benefits of helping one another -Explain the advantages of devotion to duty -Mention the benefits of doing good for the sake of Allah
WEEK 6LIFE HISTORY OF YOUR RIGHTLY GUIDED KHALIPS Abu BakriDefintion of KhalifahNarration of the life history of Abu Bakri on the throneList his acvievement on the throneAAYAT IN THE CONTENT Q 3:8 and 2: 250 Recitation ofQ.3:8 and Q 2:250Traslation of both versesMemorization of both versesTAHDHIB: Humility Explain the meaning of the world humilityMention the benefits in the moral teaching of humilityIdentify some personalities in history of Islam who were known for their humility
WEEK 7  LIFE HISTORY OF UMAR BN KHATAB Narrator of the life history of Umar Bn KhatabState the activities of Uthman Bn. AffanList his achievement on the throne  BRIEF HISTORY of IMAAM SHAFI’’ IY Narrate history of Imaam Shafi’iyList the contribution towards IslamState the moral lesson from his life historySIRAH:  Short history and activities of the four rightly guided caliphs: Abubakr. IB. Qthafah. Umar Ibn, Khattab, UThman Ibn. Affan and Ali Ibn. Abutalib -Define the word Caliphs “Khalifah” “Successor” and state the four rightly guided caliphs of the prophet -Tell the story of the lives of the four rightly guided caliphs of the prophet -State some of the activities of the four rightly guided caliphs of the prophets
WEEK 8LIFE HISTORY OF ALIY. BN ABI TALIB Narration of the life History of Aliy Bn Abi TaliBState the activities of Aliy BN ABI TALIBList his achievements on the throne  AYAAT FROM THE CONTENT Q. 2 : 127, Q 14: 35 Recitation of Q 2: 127, Q 14: 35Translation of Q 2: 127, Q 14: 35Memorization of Q. 2: 127, Q14: 35Revision of the term’s work
WEEK 9Revision of the term’s workTHE MEANING OF ISLAM Definition of IslamDescription of a MuslimExplanation of the 5 pillars of Islam    Revision of the term’s work
WEEK 10    Revision of the term’s workBRIEF HISTORY OF IMMAH HANBALI Narrate the history of Imaam HambaliMention his contribution in IslamList the moral lesson from his life  Revision of the term’s work
WEEK 11.Revision of the term’s workSURATUL  ‘DIYAT CHAPTER 1-8 Recitation of Suratul AdyiyatTranslation of Suratul AdiyatMemorization of Surutul- AdiyatRevision of the term’s work
WEEK 12Revision of the term’s workBRIEF HISTORY OF IMAAM HANAFI Narration of history of Imaam HanafiIdentification of his contribution in IslamListing of moral lesson from his lifeRevision of the term’s work
WEEK 13ExaminationRevision and ExaminationExamination

SUBJECT 008: PRE- VOCATION (AGRIC SCIENCE AND HOME ECONOMICS)

WEEKPRIAMRY 4PRY 5PRIAMRY  6
AGRICLUTURAL SCIENCEAGRICULTURAL SCIENCEAGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
TOPICSTOPICSTOPICS
WEEK 1REVISION OF SECOND TERM’S WORKRevision on first and second termsReview of last terms work
WEEK 2Simple farm  toolsPests and diseases of crop plantLivestock Production
WEEK 3Animal farm toolsCasual agents of crop diseasesPoultry Meaning of poultry, Ways of rearing chicken, Importance of poultry
WEEK 4Description of farm toolsRaise School farm (practical)Poultry ( contd) Types of chickenSelection of Houses and EquipmentFeeds, Source of day old chicksHousing, systems of poultry keeping
WEEK 5Major uses of farm toolsGeneral requirement for livestock production /Animal HusbandrySign of ill- health in chicken ( poultry cont)
WEEK 6Description of animal farm toolsRequirement for livestock managementFarm Records ( contd) Types of farm records
WEEK 7Major Uses of Animal Farm toolsComponents of animals feedRevision
WEEK 8Cave and maintenance of crop and Animal farm toolsSpecific needs of young animals for healthy growthRevision
WEEK 9Control  measuresEffects of lack of care on the growing animalsRevision
WEK 10WEEDEffect of dirty environment and starvation on the poor growth of young animalsRevision
WEEK 11Method of weed controlHow to raise livestock ( Farm Animals Procedures for rearing any named animal chickenRevision
WEEK 12REVISIONRear any livestock and apply necessary skills and proceduresRevision
WEEK 13  EXAMINATIONRevision of the year’s workRevision
WEEKSPRY 4PRY 5PRY  6
 HOME ECONOMICSHOME ECONOMICSHOME ECONOMICS
 TOPICSTOPICSTOPICS
WEEK 1Revision of last term’s workRevision of last term’s workTypes of sewing machine Mention types, identify parts, state the functions of the part, Advantages
WEEK 2Sewing Basic StitchesSimple Relevant Clothing ArticlesThe uses and care of the sewing machine
WEEK 3Permanent StitchesHow to produce simple articlesMeasuring and sewing tools
WEEK 4Process of Basic stitchesMaking up simple ApronSketching of simple apron and cap using the body measurement
WEEK 5Simple Decorative StitchesPrepare the pocket for ApronIncome yielding crafts
WEEK 6Practical Decorative Stitches on Brown Paper Satin StitchMaking simple relevant Clothing ArticlesTypes of home made crafts
WEEK 7Making Simple Decorative Stitches on Brown PaperCare and Maintenance of ClothingRevision
WEEK 8Making Blanket or loop StitchesMaterials for care of clothingRevision
WEEK 9Simple Clothing Construction Processes SeamMending of Clothing ( practical)Revision
WEK 10Run and FellSewing and mending or torn clothes (Practical)Revision
WEEK 11Sues of Plain SeamPatching of torn clothesRevision
WEEK 12RevisionRevisionRevision
13  ExaminationExaminationExamination

SUBJECT 009 :FRENCH

WEEKPRY 4PRY 5PRY  6
 FrenchFrenchFrench
 TOPICSTOPICSTOPICS
WEEK 1RevisionRevision des travaux du trimesre dernierRevision des travaux du trimesre dernier et la correction des questions du dernier examen
WEEK 2Parler de ses vetementsDemander et dire l’ heureIndiquer / Demander son chemin
WEEK 3Decrire des vetement a travers couleursDemander l heureIndiquer / Demander son chemin (Suite)
WEEK 4Decrire des habits de quelgu’unParler des repas de la journee et des aliments, ingredient courantsIndiquer / Demander le chemin (Suite)
WEEK 5Decrire les objects dans la classe Les objets courant de la classe et de la maisonParler de ses repas de la journee (Suite)Suituer un objet ou une personne de maniere simple
WEEK 6Identifier des objects de la maisonFaire la cuisineSituer objet
WEEK 7Donner une information negativeFaire la cuisine, donner une recette simpleDemander et donner l’heure en detail
WEEK 8Exprimer les proprieties de soiL’utilisation d; articles indefinisExpliquer une demarche a quelqu’unFormation des phrases pour exprimer l’heure administrative
WEEK 9Exprimer la propriete de (suite):Exprimerses sentimentsRevision
WEK 10Identifier les parties du cops humainsExperimer ses regrets. Etude des expression servant a expremer la regret, la compansion ou la deception:Revision
WEEK 11RevisionRevisionRevision
WEEK 12RevisionRevision et examinationRevision et examination
WEEK 13  Revision et examinationExaminationExamination

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