MATHEMATICS FIRSTTERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Whole Numbers up to 999
i.Correct counting of number up to 999
ii. Counting in groups of hundred
tens and units (HTU).
2Whole Numbers up to 999
Ordering whole numbers with symbol
3Fractions
i. Fractions (1/2 , 1/3, ¼ 1/5 1/6)
ii. Fractions of shapes square,
circles rectangle and triangle.
4Fractions
Equivalent fractions.
Ordering of fractions.
5Addition
1. Addition of 2 digit number with
exchanging or renaming.
2. Addition of 3digit numbers
Addition of 3 dight numbers taking two at a time.
6Addition
Addition of 1 fraction with the
same denominator.
7Subtraction
Subtraction of 2- digit numbers with exchanging or renaming.
Subtraction of 3 digit numbers
Subtraction of 3 numbers taking two at a time.
8Subtraction
Subtraction of fraction with the
same denominator
9Multiplication
Basic multiplication from
1×1 to 9×9.
Multiplication of 2digit number by 1- digit
e.g. 2 4 x 4 or 23 x4 = ∆
10Multiplication of three 1-digit
numbers taking two at a time
11Revision
12Examination

ENGLISH STUDIES FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Phonemic Awareness
Aural discrimination of the sounds
i. /3/ and /^/ burn- born, firm-form,
perch-porch e.g
I can burn this bush.
A new child is born
The firm sent a form to me
ii. /)/ and /):/ cot- court spot sport.
2Phonics I
Pronunciation of vowels and
diphthongs
Vowel e.g. a, e, i., o, u and
Diphthongs /) i/ as in boy and /ea/ air.
Production of vowels and
diphthongs in words and in
sentences.
3Phonics II
Production of multi- syllabic words.
i. 2- syllable words e.g. teacher, coffee, Father, Picture, Leather
3- syllable words e.g. Photograph.
Identification of the words in
sentences.
Completion of 2 and 3 syllable
words.
4Phonics III
Uses of regular and irregular plurals.
– Regular plurals ending with ‘s’ e.g. ball/balls, girl/girls.
– Irregular plurals e.g. man/men; ox/oxen, child/children.
5Fluency I
Responding to simple commands
with emphasis on stress and
intonation e.g.
– Reading simple sentences with
appropriate stress and intonation. – Simple command.
6Fluency II
Reading class appropriate stories
and poems on: – discipline, courage, courtesy, road safety etc.
7Comprehension
Oral comprehension based on.
a. Stories- e.g. – Stories built on
any topic such as road safety,
national values, disaster, risk
reduction, dangers of chemicals, drugbabuse, HIV/AIDS
etc. – Stories that will encourage them to tell their own stories in simple English, e.g. the house that jack built.
8Comprehension II
Reading class appropriate passage (non fiction) and answering questions on them
e.g.
– Simple passages based on national values e.g. disciplines and courage; respect for elders etc.
– Identification and use of new words in sentences.
– Identification and discussion of issues of national values in the passage.
9Comprehension III
Reading simple poems on: – discipline courage. – courtesy
road safety etc.
Folktales and short stories on
how to use chemicals safety;
and identifying and discussing values and lessons learnt.
10Comprehension IV
Reading charts, diagrams, graphs,
calendars etc. to obtain information.
11Revision
12Examination

BASIC SCIENCE FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Measuring length
1. Instrument
2. Unit of length.
2Measuring mass:
instruments, units of measuring mass.
3Measuring time:
– instrument for measuring time.
– units of measuring time.
4Importance of soil to plant.
-As Medium for plants growth.
-As Sources of nutrients (food and air).
5The importance of soil to animals.
– As Surfaces for human activities
(farming, building, pottery making).
6Air in motion (Wind)
Meaning and Importance.
7Harmful effect of air.
8Quality of water.
Substances that contaminate water (i.e. make water unfit for drinking)
Dangers of drinking bad water.
Purifying water.
9Uses of water.
Common uses of water.
10Plants as living things.
11Revision
12Examination

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Creative rhythm and movement
1. Creative rhythmic
sound made by animals e.g. ducks, birds, elephants and
dogs.
2. Movements and sound made by people and animals.
3. Importance of creative rhythm and movement.
2fundamental rhythms
Meaning of fundamental
rhythms and examples, walking,
bending, shaking, matching, rushing etc.
Activities under fundamental
rhythms
i. Walking
ii. Bending
iii. Shaking
iv. Matching.
v. Skipping
jumping
3First Aid
Who gives first Aid?
Qualities of a person that gives
first Aid.
Contents of first Aid box e.g.
i. Scissors.
ii. Cotton wool
iii. Splints
iv. Safety pins etc
4Table Tenis
Brief history of table tennis.
Basic skills in table tennis e.g. – Grip. – Forehand
Backhand serving
Basic skills in table tennis (cont)
5Nutrients
1. Meaning of nutrients.
2. Basic nutrients.
3. Importance of nutrients in the body e.g.
i. Body building.
ii. Repair.
iii. Energy giving
iv. Protecting against disease.
4. Types of food
i. Carbohydrate
ii. Protein
iii. Mineral salt
iv. Fats and oil
v. Vitamin.
6Safety in Physical Education
Safety in P.E e.g.
i. Instructor should
be a qualified
specialist.
ii. Classes should be organized according to size and activity.
iii. More emphasis on safety rules in P.E e.g. warm up.
iv. Importance of safety in physical education.
7Football
Brief history of football.
Basic skills in football e.g.
i. Passing.
ii. Trapping.
iii. Heading
iv. Kicking
v. Dribbling.
8Safety rules in swimming
Importance of swimming
9Social Health
1. Meaning of recreation for good
health and its importance.
2. Sign and symptoms of socially sick person.
3. Ways of taking care of socially sick person.
10Locomotive movement
Meaning of locomotors
Examples of locomotors
a. Walking
b. Skipping.
c. Jumping
d. Running
e. Galloping.
f. Jogging etc.
11Revision
12Examination

COMPUTER STUDIES FIRST TERM

WEEK TOPIC
1Revision
Oral revision of last term’s term.
Written assignment on past question.
2history of computer I
Early counting devices e.gFingers, Toes.
Early counting devices counting
using Pebbles, Stones, Sticks,
Cowries, Seeds.
3History of Computer II
Later development: -Abacus.
Later development: -Calculator.
4History of Computer III
Graduation of calculating devices
into the present day computer.
5Input Devices I
Definition of input devices.
Identifying the input devices
6Input Devices II
Description of input devices.
Exercises on input devices.
7Input Devices III
Types of keyboard
Description of the keyboard.
8Input Devices IV
The computer mouse.
Description of a mouse.
9Input Devices V
Uses/function of the keyboard.
Function of the specials keys on the keyboard.
10Input Devices VI
Uses/functions of the mouse.
Practical use of the mouse
11Revision
12Examination

CIVIC EDUCATION FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Civic Education
Meaning of civic education
Component of civic education: eg.
Nationality
Rights and duties
Democratic practices
Community values
2Rights and duties to the nation
Rights of the individual
Duties to the nation
3Democratic practices
Meaning of democracy means
Current political parties
The role of political parties.
4Community values e.g. culture, beliefs, ethics, values norms etc.
5Culture and believes of a community
The culture of our community
They believe of our community
6Dimension of civic education
7Political and legal, dimensions of civic education.
1. Levels of government:
Local, State and Federal
government.
2. The Judiciary customary court,
magistrate court, High court, Court of Appeal, Supreme court
8Social dimension of civic education
1. Social activities e.g
Celebration of national day
(Independence day), Workers day,
Children’s day, Democracy day,
2. Importance of the celebrations.
9Economic dimension of civic education
Exchange of goods and services
Import and export -Budget by the
government to plan our income and expenditure.
10Cultural dimension of civic education
1. The concept of culture i.e The Sum total of people way of life, language, beliefs, religion, food, mode of dressing
2. Characteristic of culture
3. The use of Adornments
4. The reason for our culture.
11Revision
12Examination

SOCIAL STUDIES FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1The nuclear and extended families
Meaning and identification
2Role of the nuclear family.
Father, Mother, Child.
3Role of the extended families e.g. Father, Mother, Grand parents, children, siblings, uncles, aunties,
parent in-laws etc.
2. Respect among family members
4Marriage in our Community
1. Meaning of marriage.
2. Lawful and acceptable union of a man and woman to make up a family.
5Types of marriage in our community
1. Polygamy
2. Monogamy etc.
6Marriage practices in Nigeria e.g. – Agreement by the two families. — By paying the pride price.
– Marriage under customary law
Objects used in marriage ceremony
7Marriage custom
1. Christian marriage.
2. Muslim marriage.
3. Court marriage.
4. The difference and similarities in the various marriages.
8Common drugs in our community
1.The meaning of drug: It is a medical substance for curing
illness.
2. Identification of modern common medicine/drug e.g. panadol, aspirin dag, nivaquine,
paracetamol, alabut traditional e.g. lemon grass.
9Right people to give or administer drugs:
Nurses, doctors, pharmacist, parents, guardians, teacher
must be on the advice of a doctor or a medical personnel
10Drug abuse
1. Intake of medicine or drug without prescription.
2. Ways of knowing someone who abuse drugs: Untidy appearance, Drunken behaviour, Frequent fighting, Inattentiveness, Convulsion.
3. Preventing drug abuse.
4. Ways of helping discouraging drug.
5. The importance of drug education.
11Revision
12Examination

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES FIRST TERM

WEEK TOPIC
1The prophecies of Isaiah concerning the birth of Jesus Christ.
1. Prophet Isaiah foretold
the birth of Jesus Christ (Isaiah 7:14, 9:6-7, 11:1- 5).
2) The meaning of Emmanuel (matt 1:23).
2The type of savior the Jews were expecting.
The type of savior the Jews were expecting: (Conquering Messiah)
Acts. 1:6, Jn. 18:36
a. The type of Saviour that Jesus is – a suffering Messiah.
3The importance of a Saviour (Matt. 1:211).
a. Saves
b. Protects
c. Defends (2 Sam. 22:2&3) .
d. Cares (Hos. 13:4&5)etc.
4The coming of the Holy Spirit
The coming of the Holy Spirit in (Acts 2:1- 4).
The power of the Holy Spirit to: – obedient – faith and Christ like
living .
5The work of the Holy
Spirit on the apostles

Boldness, power, teacher, Healing, comfort, Protection and
deliverance, etc.
How these virtue apply to Christians today.
6Jesus Ascension And Promise Of Second Coming
Definition of ascension.
His ascension and promise of second coming. Act2 1:6-12 Country
7The Second Coming Of Jesus Christ
a. Preparation for second coming Matt. 25:1-13, 28:19-20).
b. Vigilance, prayer, fullness, evangelism, good works, service.
8Preparation for second coming Matt. 25:1-13, 28:19-20). – Vigilance, prayer,
fullness, evangelism,
good works, service.
9Why He is coming the second time (Jn. 14:1-3)
10The importance of Jesus coming the second time
Guide pupils in identifying things they need to ask God to help them change in their lives.
11Revision
12Examination

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