History Scheme of Work for Primary School in Nigeria PRY 4, 5 & 6

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Scheme of Work on History for Basic or Primary School

Middle Basic (Primary 4 – 6). The contents of the curriculum focus Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria; Origins and Peopling; Geography and Environment; Political Developments in Nigeria
Religions in Nigeria; Economy, Trade and Commerce

scheme of Work on History for Primary School

History Scheme of Work for Primary 4 – Topic

Themes:
Political Development in Nigeria

Topic:
The Four Early Regions in Nigeria
States Creation in Nigeria
Colonial Administratively Headquarters of British Protectorate
Federal Capitals

Themes:
Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria
Topic:
Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria I
Heroes and Heroines in Nigeria II

Theme:
Origins and Peopling

Topic:
Some Nigerian Peoples I
Some Nigerian Peoples II
Some Nigerian Peoples III

Theme:
Geography and Environment

Topic:
Important Historical Features and Sites in Nigeria I
Major Historical Features and Sites in Nigeria II

History Scheme of Work for Primary 5 – Topic

Theme:
Political Developments in Nigeria

Topic:
British Rule in Nigerja
Nationalists and Nationalism in Nigeria
Some Nationalists in Nigeria
Nigerian Independence

Theme:
Religions in Nigeria

Topic:
Traditional Religions in Nigeria
Islam in Nigeria
Christianity in Nigeria

Theme:
Economy, Trade and Commerce

Topic:
Traditional occupations in the locality
Traditional Occupations of the Peoples in the State
Traditional Occupations of the Peoples of Nigeria: The Hausa People
Traditional Occupations of the Peoples of Nigeria: The Yoruba People
Traditional Occupations of the Peoples of Nigeria: The Igbo People

History Scheme of Work for Primary 6 – Topic

Themes:
Political Development

Topics:
Civil Rule in Nigeria
Military Rule in Nigeria

Themes:
Economy, Trade and Commerce

Topics:
Oil Economy
The Growth of industries in Nigeria

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Scheme of Work for History Primary 4 First Term

Below is History Scheme of work for primary school basic/pry 4 first Term
History teacher can teach with this, while student can read ahead with it.

WEEKTOPICCONTENTTEACHER’S ACTIVIYLEARNER’S ACTIVITY
1.RESUMPTION TESTResumption TestResumption TestResumption Test
2.THE FOUR EARLY REGIONS IN NIGERIAa. Eastern region b. Mid Western     regionTeacher leads pupils to state the four early regions in Nigeria.Pupils states the four early regions in Nigeria.
3.THE FOUR EARLY REGIONS IN NIGERIAa. Northern region b. Western regionDisplays the map of NigeriaObserve the map of Nigeria.
4.THE FOUR EARLY REGIONS IN NIGERIAa. Location of each     of the regions in  the map of Nigeria. b. Eastern region c. Mid Western region . d. Northern region e. Western region  Displays the map of NigeriaObserve the map of Nigeria.
5.THE FOUR EARLY REGIONS IN NIGERIAThe major ethnic groups in the regions a. Igbos b. Edo, Urhobo etc c. Hausa etc d. YorubaGuides them to name the major ethnic groups in each of the regions.Name the ethnic groups each of the early regions.
6.THE FOUR EARLY REGIONS IN NIGERIAStates in each of the four early regions. a. Eastern region – Imo, Abia, Enugu etc. b. Mid Western region – Edo c. Northern region – Kano, Katsina, Sokoto etc d. Western region – Oyo, Ekiti etcGuides them to name the states in each of the regions.Name the  states in each of the regions
7.STATE CREATION IN NIGERIAa. Meaning of state creation. b. Reasons for state creation. c. Number of state created in 1967. d. Names of the states createda. Leads learners to give the meaning of state creation. b. Guides them to state the reasons for state creation. c. Guides them to state the number of state created in 1967. d. Leads them to name the states created in 1967.a. Gives the meaning of state creation. b. State the reasons for state creation. c. State the number of states created in 1967. d. Name the states created in 1967.
8.STATE CREATION IN NIGERIAName of the head of state and the governors of the states created in 1967.Guide the learners to name the head of state and governors of states created in 1967.Mention the name of the head of state and governors of states created in 1967.
9.COLONIAL ADMINISTRATIVE HEADQUATERS OF BRITISH PROTECTORATEa. Calabar. b. Lokoja.Guides learners to state the colonial administrative headquarters of the British protectorates in the Nigeria area.State the colonial administrative headquarters of the British protectorate.
10.COLONIAL ADMINISTRATIVE HEADQUATERS OF BRITISH PROTECTORATEThe year they were made headquarters of the British protectorate.Leads learners to state when they were made the headquarters of the British protectorates.State when they were made the headquarters of the British protectorates.
11.FEDERAL CAPITALSa. First federal capital of Nigeria (Lagos). b. The year it was made the federal capital. c. The name of the then head of state.Leads learners to state the first federal capital of Nigeria.State the first federal capital of Nigeria. Mention the year it was made the federal capital.State the name of the then head of state.
12.FEDERAL CAPITALSThe Current Federal Capital Abuja. Year it was established.Location of the old and current federal capitals.Guides learners to state the name of the current federal capital and the year it was created. Displays map of Nigeria.Name the current federal capital and the year it was created. Locate the old and the new current federal capital territories on the map of Nigeria.
13.RevisionRevisionRevisionRevision
14.ExaminationExaminationExaminationExamination  

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