MATHEMATICS FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1whole numbers 1-200
i. Counting of numbers from 1- 200.
ii. Identification and reading of numbers from 1-200.
iii. Introduction of place value of a
number.
iv. Ordering of numbers up to 200.
v. Writing numbers up to 200.
2whole numbers 1-200
Introduction of place value of a
number.
Ordering of numbers up to 200.
Writing numbers up to 200.
3Fraction
i. ½ and ¼ of any given collection. ii. ¾ of any given collection.
4Fraction II
iii. ¾ of any given collection.
5Addition I
i. Revision of addition of 2-digit
numbers without exchanging or
renaming.
ii. Addition of 3- digit numbers
without exchanging or renaming. iii. Addition of 2- digit numbers with exchanging or renaming.
iv. Addition of 3 numbers taking two at a time.
6Addition II
1. Addition of 2- digits with
exchanging or renaming.
2. Addition of 3 numbers taking two a time.
7Subtraction I
1. Subtraction of 2- digits numbers without exchanging or renaming. 2. Subtraction of 2- digit numbers without exchanging and renaming.
8Subtraction I
1. Subtraction of 2- digits numbers without exchanging or renaming.
2. Subtraction of 2- digit numbers without exchanging and renaming.
9Multiplication I
Multiplication as repeated addition and the use of symbol “x”.
10Multiplication II
Multiplication as repeated addition and the use of symbol “x”.
11Revision
12Examination

ENGLISH STUDIES FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Phonetic Awareness
Using songs and rhymes to identify sounds.
2Phonetic Awareness II
1. Using sounds and combinations of sounds to decode unknown words. – Production of sounds /a/
as in bat; /s/ as in sat.
2. Pronunciation of given words correctly.
3Phonics
1. Pronunciation of consonants and consonant clusters. production of consonant sounds in isolation, words and in context e.g. /b/, /d/
in words e.g. bed, dog.
2. pronunciation practice on
consonant clusters e.g. bl – blade, /br/ – bread, /dr/ – dry /fr/ – frog, /f/ – flood e.g.
a. This blade is very sharp.
b. I ate bread this morning.
c. Frogs live in water.
4Phonics II
Identification of mono, bi-syllabic and multi syllabic words: – identification of mono and bi-syllabic words e.g. go/sit,
teacher/under. – reading of multi- syllabic words such as umbrella, diamond etc. – basic syllabication
rules. – basic decoding skills.
5Fluency
Reading different kinds of texts: – fiction non fiction informational etc.
6Fluency II
Repeated reading and fluency building strategies: – reading class
appropriate passages answering factual questions on the passages.
7Comprehension
Answering factual questions from class appropriate passages,
stories/rhymes e.g. simple passages from the course book a
short poem or rhyme on food safety etc.
8Comprehension
Listening to and retelling stories e.g. – Talk about facts leaned in information text (e.g. danger of
food contamination/poison
ing). – Identifying the characters and events in the story. – Explaining the beginning contents
and closing of a story.
9Comprehension
Oral comprehension/ Games. – reading passages that will interest the pupils. – reading class
appropriate stories to the pupils.
10Comprehension
Reading class appropriate texts: – reading simple sentences on series of informational texts
(e.g. dangers of wrong use of
pesticides). – answering factual
questions on the sentences.
11Revision
12Examination

COMPUTER STUDIES FIRST TERM

WEEK TOPIC
1What is Computer?
Definition of a computer.
2History of computer.
3Types of computer
4Parts of a computer
e.g. monitor, system unit, keyboard.
5Parts of a computer
e.g. printer, mouse, joystick.
6Parts of a computer
e.g. scanner light pen and speaker.
7Features of the monitor
e.g. rectangular in shape.
8Uses of the monitor.
9Features of the system unit.
Box, Tower, Power button
10Uses of the system unit.
11Revision
12Examination

BASIC SCIENCE FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Sense of sight
Observation and identification of
organ of sight.
2Sense of sight II
Seeing with eyes. – Colours, – Shapes and size of objects in classroom, school and home.
3Sense of hearing
Observation and identification of
organs of hearing.
4Sense of hearing II
Hearings with ears.
Listening to sounds of objects,
animals, person and imitating sounds
5Sense of Touch
Observation and identification of
organ of touching.
Touching: with fingers, detecting
various objects by touch, feeling its shapes, texture, pressure and
temperature.
6Sense of taste
Identification of the parts of the body used for tasting things.
Detecting various food items that are sweet, sour, salty and bitter.
7Sense of Taste
Identification of things that are safe and safe to taste.
8Identification of parts of the body
used for smelling things.
Smelling with nose to detect
various odour.
Identification of things with pleasant and unpleasant smell.
9Soil Types
Types of soil – Clay, Sandy, Loamy
10Properties of soil
Properties of soil types e.g. – Clay
Sandy, Loamy.
11Revision
12Examination

BASIC TECHNOLOGY FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Description of clay soil
2Types of clay soil
– White, Red.
3Where to get clay soil
e.g. river, pond etc.
4Properties of Clay Soil
5Experiment to show that clay soil retains water.
6Uses of clay soil.
Bricks, Pottery, Ceramics, Tobacco.
7Digging of the Clay.
8Fetching of wate to mix clay soil.
9Kneading of clay.
Meaning of kneading.
Kneading the clay.
10Preparing a Place for Moulding.
11Revision
12Examination

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Moving our body parts I
Movement pattern e.g
– Shooting and heading.
2Moving our body parts II
Movement pattern e.g.
– Bending and stretching.
3Safety rules in basic movement
4Practice on Manipulative
movement pattern.

Throwing, Catching in pairs
Creative rhythm and movement.
5Dangers in basic movement
6Athletics I (short distance race)
7Athletics II
Long jump basic skills: – run up. – takeoff, flight and landing.
8Safety rules in long jump
9Health benefit of simple jumps
10Practicals on skills taught
11Revision
12Examination

CIVIC EDUCATION FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1The Community
The meaning of community
2The types of community
Traditional community e.g. town
and villages
Modern community institution e.g. schools in the community.
3The types of people found in the
community

Family members e.g Father, Mother, Siblings Uncles, Aunties.
Community Leaders etc
4The location of our community
1. Sign post
2. Life trees etc.
5Why members of the community
must cooperate

1. Meaning of cooperation
2. Why members of the community must cooperate
3. The things members of community share in common
6Rules in the community
Obedience, Orderliness, Co-operation, Respect – Loyalty, Peaceful existence, Sanitation,
Honesty/security
7The roles of community
members

e.g Community planning
development – Cooperation
Payment of taxes and dues
Training the young ones
Taking part in communal work
8Leadership
The meaning of leadership
Different types of leaders in Nigerian communities
Traditional leaders
Religious leaders
Elected leaders
9Qualities of a community leader
Meaning of qualities of
community leaders:
Caring, intelligent, wise ,
patience, integrity,
courage, honesty etc.
10The duties of community
leaders and reward

1. Settlement of disputes
2. Ensuring peace
3. Organizing community work link between government and the
community.
Appreciation and reward
e.g. – Gifts, Visitation, Cooperation etc.
11Revision
12Examination

SOCIAL STUDIES FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Meaning of Social Studies
1.Meaning of scope of social studies.
2. The areas which social studies focuses to solve man’s problems
2Areas which social studies focuses e.g
critical thinking
reflective thinking
problem solving
3Our Environment.
1. Our physical environment.
2. Some people live in desert condition.
3. Others live in fertile places.
4. Some near lakes.
5. Some in mountains climate varies tremendously over the
globe.
4Our culture:
1. The meaning of culture.
2. our way of life.
3. the food we eat.
4 dressing and dancing.
5Ways of preserving our culture:
1. cultures that can be preserved. 2. how we can preserved our culture.
3. customs that cannot be preserved.
6What is food?
1. The meaning of food.
2. Identification of food.
3. Types of food we eat.
7The type of food we eat in our cultures and family members:
yam, Eba, Amala, Tuwo, Shinkafa,
Rice, Plantain, Beans, Coco-yam,
Pounded yam, Akpu, Starch etc.
8Classification of foods (Nutrients)
Carbohydrates: yam & bread
Protein: meat, fish, and egg
Vitamins: fruits and vegetable
Fats and oil: butter and cheese
9Consequences of eating together as a family e.g.
– Promotes Communalism,
Happiness, Family unity and
loyalty.
10The importance of food to our growth:
e.g supply energy, build our body
keep us healthy, provide heats and energy.
11Revision
12Examination

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1What is prayer?
Meaning of prayer.
a. Means whereby we talk to God and God to us.
b. Communication with God.
2Reasons for prayer Matt. 7:7-11. We pray for: – good health, protection, wealth etc.
3Right attitude to prayer e.g. .
Pray in the right way by being humble.
Being in good postures during prayer.
4When we ought to pray. James. 5:13-15.
When we are sick, Suffering, Joyful, Sin etc.
5Jesus teachings on how to pray.
a. Praying without getting discouraged, Luke. 18:1-8, 1st Thess. 5:17.
b.Pray to God in secret Matt. 6:5-6
The Lord’s prayer Matt. 6:9-15.
a. Praying every time.
b. Praying without doubting.
6Jesus a man of prayer
1. Jesus portrayed himself as a man of prayer by praying:
– before choosing his disciples Luke. 6:12- 16.
– before raising Lazarus John 14:41- 43.
– at the last supper Mark 14:22-23
2. Reasons why Jesus prayed.
3. The importance of prayer in Jesus life
i.e. prayer prepared him for the task ahead.
7Pray in faith
Pray in faith without doubting.
Matt.6:9-15.
Pray for something specifics.
8Types of prayers.
– intercessory prayer Gen. 18: 20-23, Act. 7:59-60.
– prayer of thanksgiving. Act. 4:23. – confession of sin Petition 1st Sam. 1:9-18.
– praises, Luke 1:46- 55.
Things to pray for: – prayer for our
parents, brothers and sisters. forgiveness of sins. – Wisdom. 1king 3:1-15 and James 2:7.
9The Power of prayer
Evidences portraying the power
of prayers.
– Release of peter Acts. 12: 1-17.
-Answer to Hannah’s prayer for a son 1st Sam 1:9-20.
– Answer to Elijah’s prayer for fire to consume his sacrifices 1kings.
18:30-39.
-The raising of Lazarus John 11: 41- 44.
10Jesus walking on water
Walking on the sea Matt 14:22-27.
Lists some natural forces in our
environment like rivers, and seas, rain and flood, thunder and lightning.
11Revision
12Examination

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