1. Review of Primary three third term work
    2. A. Speech work: Further practice in expressing Possibility and permission
    B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and
    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.
    3. A. 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 read
    4. A. 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
    D. Grammar: A journey by lorry
    E. Writing: How I spent my last holiday
    F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read
    5. A. 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
    6. A 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 read
    7. A. Speech work: Reading descriptive passage e.g
    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 read
    8. A. Speech Work: Aural Discrimination
    B. Reading Comprehension: Tessy, the spoilt child 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 read
    9. 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 read
    10. 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 read
    11. A. 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

E. Writing: Composition on my school
F. Dictation/ Spelling: Selected words from the Passage to read
12. A. Revision and Examination


Week 1. Review of first term work
2. A. Speech Work: Reading letters written to an old classmate, mother, an old neighbor
B. Structure: comparing things according to weight Size, height, distance, shape and quality
C. Reading: Teaching of new words comprehension
D. Grammar: Complete the following from the story that has just been read
E. Writing: Guided composition: a motor park.
F. Dictation and spelling” Selected words from the Passage read
3. A. Speech Work: Further practice in the use of Tense, Present, past present, perfect and past Continuous tense.
B. Structure: Aural discrimination
C. Reading: Teaching of new words, oral and written Comprehension
D. Grammar: Further practice in the use of tense, Present, past present, perfect and past Continuous tense

E. Writing: Giving an account of visits to place of Interest e.g. local market, super market idanre Hills.

F. Dictation: Spelling, Selected words from the Passage read
4. A. Speech Work: Giving an account of visits to place Of interest e.g. tourist attraction, hospital, court of Law
B. Structure: Aural Discrimination /a: / and /ↄ:/
C. Reading: Teaching of new words, oral and Written comprehension
D. Grammar: Punctuation mark
E. Writing: Composition a day I shall never forget
F. Dictation: Spellings, selected words. Words from the Passage read
5. A. Speech Work: Aural Discrimination distinguish Between the sound /a: /: in lark and the sound /Ↄ:/ In lock
B. Structure: Descriptive passage: My visit to a University teaching hospital [I]
C. Reading: Teaching of new words spellings [Comprehension]
D. Grammar: Write or copy their own composition From the substitution table, use punctuation Marks, use link word.
E. Writing: Study the words and make sentences With them.
F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage to read
6. A. Speech Work: Reading letters written to elder Sister’s brother’s father, teachers and friends
B. Structure: Aural Discrimination [Consonants]
C. Reading: Teaching of new words – meaning.

D. Grammar: Comparing things and persons
According to weight, shape, size, height, distance
E. Writing: Comparative and superlative adjectives
F. Dictation; Selected sentences from the passage
7. A. Speech Work: Comparing things according to
Weight, shape and quality
B. Structure: passage on visits to place of interest
C. Reading: Teaching of new words – oral and written
D. Grammar: Care of people living with AIDS/HIV
E. Writing: Feature of informal letter
F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read
8. A. Speech Work: Aural Discrimination [Consonants]
tin Thin /t/ /ө/
B. Structure: Construct sentences with consonants
C. Reading: Teaching of new words – oral and written Comprehension
D. Grammar: Make ten sentences from this table
E. Writing: Filling in gaps with the words in the box
F. Dictation: Selected words from passage read
9. A. Speech Work: Using adverbs of comparison
B. Structure: Use adverb to describe verbs
C. Reading: Teaching of new words – oral and written Comprehension
D. Grammar: Correct use of adverbs of comparison
E. Writing: Guided composition – My family, My School
F. Dictation: Selected words or sentences from the Passage read
10. A. Speech Work: Distributive determiners

B. Structure: Use structures with these determiners
C. Reading: Teaching of new words – Oral and Written comprehension
D. Grammar: Fill in the blank with words From the passage
E. Writing: Distributive determiners (Contd)
F. Dictation: Selected sentences from the passage Read.
11. A. Speech Work: Pronunciation practice
B. Structure: Construct sentences using Substitution tables.
C. Reading: Teaching of new words – Oral and Written comprehension
D. Grammar: Passage on family as a unit
E. Writing: Expository writing
F. Dictation: Selected sentences from the passage Read
12. Revision and Examination


WEEK 1. A. Speech Work: Stress pattern
B. Structure: Reading a literary book
C. Reading: Teaching of new words – meaning and
D. Grammar: Identify linking words, sentences of
The paragraph
E. Writing: Descriptive/ narrative essay
F. Dictation: Words / sentences from the passage

2. A. 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 story Why snails move slowly
F. Dictation: Selected words/ sentences from the Passage read
3. A. Speech work: Question tags: Using modal Auxiliaries e.g. Can, May, Will, Shall e.t.c
B. Structure: Correct forms of will, shall and may in Question tags
C. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning, Oral And written comprehension
D. Grammar: Using question tags
E. Writing: Narrative passage i.e an eye witness Account of things done, said and seen.
F. Dictation: Spelling selected words from the Passage read
4. A. Speech Work: Responsible parenthood and Family welfare
B. Structure: Identify different types of marriages, Advantages and disadvantages of each
C. Reading: Teaching of new words, Oral And written comprehension
D. Grammar: Learn these words and their meaning And some selected words from the passage
E. Writing: Passage based on public notice do not Smoke, Avoid HIV/AIDS etc
F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read

5. A. 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 weather they Advise, advertise or warn
E. Writing: Copy a poem with emphasis on the Format: crooked song.
F. Dictation: Selected sentences from the passage Read.
6. A. Speech Work: Intonation and stress.
B. Structure: Passage on means of transport
C. Reading: Teaching of new words – meaning and Comprehension
D. Grammar: Information to close friends, parents, Uncle
E. Writing: Relative clauses
F. Dictation: Selected sentences/words from the Passage read.
7. A. 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 – meanings – Comprehension
D. Grammar: Adverbial clause of time
E. Writing: Poetry
F. Dictation: Selected words/sentences from the Passage read
8. Speech work: A. Passage on habits of worship Among Nigerians
B. Structure: Study words and use them to make Sentences
C. Reading: Teaching of new words – meanings – Comprehension

D. Grammar: Adverbial clause of time
E. Writing: Composition on how man changes his Environment
F. Dictation: Selected words/sentences from the Passage read
9. A. 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 sentences out of the table
E. Writing: Fill in the gap to turn the poem into a Prose
F. Dictation: Selected words from passage read
10. A. Speech Work: Songs
B. Structure: Passage on one of the landmarks in Nigeria
C. Reading: Teaching of new words – meaning and Comprehension
D. Grammar: Past participle present continuous And past participle tenses
E. Writing: Narrative passage on theft
F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read
11. A. Speech Works: Songs
B. Structure: Eating habits among Nigerians
C. Reading: Teaching of new words meaning and Comprehension
D. Grammar: Word search
E. Writing: Name other Landmark in Nigeria apart From the Owu falls
F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read
12. Revision and Examination


1. Changes in nature
Types of changes
– Temporary (reversible)
– Permanent (irreversible)
2. Changes in plants
-Changes in plants e.g
Leaf fall
Flower and fruits
3. Changes in Animals
Change in animals
– Names of the young ones of animals
– Life cycle of insects
– Other developmental or growth changes
4. Change in non – living things
– Mould
– Rusting
– Melting candle
– Burning wood
5. Our Weather
(A). Meaning
(B). Factors affecting the weather
– Sun
– Cloud
– Wind
– Temperature
– Moisture (rain)
(c) Weather instruments
– Wind vane

– Rain gauge
– Thermometers
– Barometer
6. Our Weather
(A). Weather symbols
(B). Keeping weather records e.g for temperature, rainfall colours
7. Colours
(A). Various colour around us
(B). Colour in the rainbow
(C). Primary and secondary colours
(D). Producing new colours
8. Measurement
-Area of objects
9. Measuring liquids
– Measuring the volume of liquids in
– Ml
– Cl
– L
10. Measuring solids
– Measuring the volume of solids
– Regular solids
– Irregular solids
11. Measuring time
– Units
– Instruments for measuring time
12. Revision13. Examination




1. Locomotive movement: e.g (I). Walking (II). Running (iii). Skipping (IV). Hopping (IV). Jumping (VI). Leaping
2. Non – locomotive movement e.g. (I). Stretching (ii). Bending (iii). Twisting
3. Non – locomotive movement i.e.
(I). swimming (ii). Pulling (iii). Pushing.
4. Athletics: track event e.g. middle
Distance race such as 800m
(I). Starting, (II). Running (III). Takeoff, (IV). Arm – action
(V). Finishing
5. Track event: Middle distance, such as 1500m – (I). Starting (II). Takeoff (III). Arm Action (V). Finishing
6. Track event: relay – race 4 × 100m
Baton grip, exchange, visual exchange
7. Games & sport: football, skills
Dribbling and shooting
8. Football: ball control, goal keeping
9. Table tennis: skills in table tennis e.g. The grip, services – fore hand and back hand
10. First aidsafety education: Definition and Content of first aid box
11. First aid uses of aid material
12. Revision and examination


Week 1. Community healthy: importance of community
Effort for health promotion.

2. Community, mobilization and ways of safe Guiding the effort made.
3. Environmental health:

Meaning of waste disposal (ii). Types of waste disposal e.g. Sewages disposal, refuse disposal
4. Physical fitness and body conditioning
(i). Meaning of physical fitness exercise e.g.
5. Physical fitness: Exercise: Push, chips Squat bent, knees, sit up, dodging.
6. Importance of physical fitness
7. Gymnastic:

basic movement in gymnastic
Floor activities e.g.
(I). Walking, (II). Running, (III). Hopping, (IV) Jumping (V). Twisting

8. Gymnastic: jumping, twisting, curting
9. Basic movements in gymnastic activities With Apparatus e.g. swinging, vaulting, balancing
10. Food and  nutrition: meaning and importance
11. Food nutrition: (ii). Nutritional deficiency and diseases e.g. Kwashiorkor, rickets Pellagra
12. Safety at home: to and from school
13. Revision and Examination


Week 1. Martial art: meaning of martial art (ii). Types of Martial art
2. Martial art: importance
3. Wrestling: history, types and importance of wrestling
4. Swimming strokes: Types of stroke and safety rules.
5. Meaning and types of pathogens and disease
Difference between pathogens and disease.

6. Spread of diseases, ways by which diseases are spread: Conjuctivities, Apollo, HIV/AIDS
7. State one example of each diseases spread by
Air, food, insect, and body contact.
8. Diseases preventive measures: meaning
(I). Adequate nutrition
(II). Uses of safe water
(III). Clean environment
(IV). Proper disposal of waste of refuse and sewages
9. Disease preventive measures:
(I). Seeking and getting treatment on time
(II). Exercise
(III). Good hygiene
(IV). Immunization/vaccination
(V). Rest and sleep
(VI). Ventilation
(VII). Health education
10. Drug education:
(I). Meaning of drug use
(II). Drug misuse
(III). Drug abuse
11. Drug education: Differentiate between drug misuse and drug abuse e.g. marijuana, alcohol, Coffee, kola nut
12. Drug education: Two substance that are regular as drug e.g. narcotics and sedative etc. example of poison e.g. izal, dettol, bleach, kerosene, petrol
13. Revision and examination


1Importance of Computer
Uses of computer e.g
Calculation, Typing e.t.c
2Advantages of computer e.g
Work faster, Stores information,
Reliable, Accurate
3Computer hardware
Meaning of Computer hardware
Features of computer hardware, e.g See, Feel, Touch.
Parts of computer Hardware
Input, output, Storage,System unit
4Hardware components e.g input device, Keyboard, Mouse, Microphone, Joystick, Scanner.
5Hardware Components II
Output devices e.g
Monitor devices
Definition ,Types and Uses.
Definition, Types and Uses
8System Unit
External features e.g
Power button , Preset button
USB Port, CD Drive.
9System Unit
Internal Features
Hard disk
10Storage Devices
Hard disk
Compact disk (CD)
Flash drive
Memory card
11Computer Memory
12-13Revision & Examination




1. Living in the family
– Types of family (Nuclear and extended family)
– Duties of the family
– Members of nuclear family e.g. Father, Mother and Children
– Members of the extended family e.g.
Grandfather, grandmother, uncles, aunts, Cousins, nephew etc.
– Importance of the family
2. Relationship of some members of the family.
– How families relate to one another e.g. family trees
Uncle – brothers of our father, or mother, aunts – Sisters to our family or mother – Benefit of family e.g. Care and interest for one Another
3. Marriage
– What is Marriage?
– Types of marriage e.g. Monogamy, Polygamy
– Marriage practices in Nigeria and their Difference from one community to the other.
4. Marriage problems and solution
– Problems of living together e.g. Misunderstanding, Financial problems, gossips from friends and relations, Infertility etc.
– Solution to problems of marriage: Honest to one Another
– Sharing, caring, love, dialogue and God’s work

5. Our culture and Element of culture
– What is culture e.g. Ways of life
– Types of culture
– Element of culture
– Different kinds of cultures in Nigeria, Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba.
6. Culture
– Different customs e.g. Difference in
– Differences in geographical position
– Difference in external influences
– Similarities in culture e.g. Food ,
Naming, greetings etc.
7. Culture
– Ways of cultural preservation e.g. museum, Symbols, building, dressing, festivals.
– Some cultures to be discarded like ritual Killings, destroying tribalism and reasons.
– These to be retained e.g. Respect to elders, Respect for handwork and high moral values
8. Our Religion
– What is Religion?
– Types of Religion
– Mode of worship in different religious practices
– Material for each worship e.g. Candle, music
Holy Bible, beads, Quran.
9. Religion Practice– Islamic Religion 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 Religion believes in the Supreme Being Called God and his only begotten son Jesus Christ. They worship in the church on Sunday
And use the Holy Bible to pray.
10. Similarities and aspects of religion
– We all pray to God through different means.
– Difference in religion
– Styles of dressing.
11. Other people’s beliefs and tradition
– 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 people view e.g. Belief and Tradition
12. Revision and Examination


Week 1. Citizenship
– What is citizenship – Its is the right of or state of being a citizen
– Qualification of a citizen e.g. it can be by birth or by application
2. Right of a citizen
– Freedom of speech
– Freedom of worship
– Freedom of Movement
3. The concept of government
– What is Government e.g. a body of people
Who controls the public affairs of the nation?
– Types of government Federal, state, local government
4. The concept of local Government
– What is local Government? – A body of people
– Who controls the public affairs of the local government?
– The importance of the local government
– Provision of social amenities e.g. markets schools, clinic, water
– Benefit of local government to the people
Commitment loyalty
5. Problems of local government and suggestion and solution.
– Maintaining law and order in the community
– Provision of social amenities
– Problems e.g. limited autonomy, inadequate finance, corruption.
– Solution to the problems of local government.

6. The concept of State Government

– What is the State Government? It is the body of people who controls the public affairs of the state.
– Who controls the State Government and what is the motto of your state?
– The importance of a state government e.g. building of Roads, Provision of electricity, courts and jobs for people etc.
7. Separation of power and functions
– Problems of sharing i.e. Inadequate fund ethnic/religion differences, corruption.
– Benefit of the state government.
– How to promote co-operation between the states and local government
– Maintain peace and order in the state
– Ensure that people in the local government pay their taxes, levies etc.
8. Division of labour
– Meaning of Division i.e. This is a situation where an individual is assigned special duties or functions
– What agricultural industry means i.e. the production of cash and food crops like meat and fish etc.
– Types of Agriculture i.e. crop production, animal
Productions/animal husbandry, fishery and Forestry
9. Why division of labour is necessary in Agricultural Industry

– More acres of land can be cultivated and maintained, more crops harvested etc.
– Problems of agriculture i.e. lack of capital, disease, pests, insufficient labour, low pricing of commodities etc.
– Ways to solve the problems i.e. difficult people should be assigned to difficult work, Appreciate dignity of labour in the agriculture industry etc.
10. Savings
– Meaning of savings
– Types of savings i.e. traditional ways: saving of money in the hole, cup etc. Modern ways,
Banking of money and other important things like jewellery etc. Necklaces, rings etc.
– Types of bank i.e. Commercial banks
– How to open bank account i.e. passport size photograph, particulars of the person.
– Advantage of saving money
– Other ways of saving money rather than bank.
11. Employment
– Meaning of employment
– Why people should be employment to earn income (money)
– Problems of unemployment
– Reasons and solution
12. Natural Renounces.
– What natural resources are: e.g. those things provided by God to us, so that we can use

– Them to produces what we need e.g. Land, water, mineral
– Some of the natural resources i.e. land;
On which we build and plant our crops. Wood: from the forest, water for fishing and farm products like cocoa, groundnuts, palm nuts etc.
– Raw materials i.e. they are those things we use to make other things useful.
– Raw materials available in Nigeria i.e. Cocoa, wood, Coal, Cotton, Groundnut, Millet, Gold, Iron
Cassava etc.
– How natural resources are obtained and what they could be used for.
13. Conservation of natural resources.
– Meaning of conservation i.e. preservation
Prevention of lose waste or damage.
– Why natural resources should be conserved i.e. to prevent waste, Economy will be well developed.
– How to ensure that natural resources are conserved i.e. Bush burning should be avoided,
Never put waste material in the running water etc.
14. Distribution of Natural resources
– Reasons goods are distributed i.e. can not make everything, we need others, surplus goods are to be sold to places where they have shortage.
– Goods brought to our country i.e. imported goods shoes, cars, machine, clothes etc.
– Goods taken to other countries from our country like cotton, leather, rubber, cocoa etc.
– How and by whom goods are distributed nowadays i.e. from farm to market, cities to villages, south to north etc.- Problems of goods and services e.g. hoarding etc.
15. Revision and Examination


Week 1. Employment
– Meaning of employment and unemployment
– Employment being occupied in a job to earn a living
– Consequences of unemployment.
– Brings about bad habit, e.g. robbery
– Overcrowding in towns and cities
– Why some people take hard drugs. Ways to reduce unemployment e.g.
– Government to establish more industries
– Encouragement to farmers
– Encourage self employment
– Provision of electricity in rural areas etc.
– Sanction persons that cover employment opportunities
– Openness in dealing with others etc.
2. Wages and income distribution
– Meaning of wages and income
– Wages are what a worker gets from his employer for the job done e.g. salaries
– Income is the total amount of money a worker earns. It includes his wages, profit, interest and rents.

Reasons people work are:
– To earn wages or salaries to live well and be able to help others.
– People work to put into practice what they have learnt etc.
The way workers are paid include
– Payments of salaries and allowances
– Promotion for hard work, bonuses, division paid to workers, class appointment, prize giving etc.
– Low wages
– Delay in payment
– Stagnation etc.
– Non – recognitions
– Biases
3. Communication
Meaning of communication
– Ways of passing news, ideas or information to one another.
Types of communication
– Tradition and modern means of communication
– Traditional ways of communication, include trekking, drumming use of animals like camels, horses
– Modern means of communication include cars, railway, telephone, radio, TV, newspaper,
Writing e-mails, internet, GSM etc.
Differences between traditional and modern systems of communication.
– Traditional use of local material and modern uses of machines and electricity

– Traditional means are too slow and cannot go to
Distant places on schedule
– Problems of communication
– Phonograph
– Alien culture
– 419
– Poor services from network
– Costs
– Legislate against poor service delivery
– Respect for users of services
– Selfless services
– Consistency
– Patriotism etc.
4. Forms of accidents
– Meaning and types of accident e.g. road, air, water, rail, accidents etc.
Outcomes of Accidents
– Burns, scalds, Bruises, and bites
– Burns are caused by hot object, scalds are caused by hot water or any other liquid; bruises occur when we receive a blow with or from objects or human being which makes the skin
To swell; bites are caused by animals such as snakes, dogs or insects etc.
First Aids treatment
– Burns and scalds – do not touch the affected area, cover the affected part with clean cloth, take him/her to hospital
– Bruises: Put ice block in a towel and place it on the surface of the bruises, take patient to hospital.

– Bites: take anything you can use to tie round the
Upper part of the bite wash away the
Poison around the wound; take the patient to
What we can do to prevent accident
– Avoid wrong and careless use of house appliances like iron, hot water.
– Pupils should not play in a bush, area or dirty places etc.
5. Factors which encourage abuse of drugs
– Ways of first contact with drugs
– Proper ways: through illness, drugs are given for treatment in hospitals and traditional homes.
– Improper ways:
Through friends, families and strangers
– Curiosity through advert promotion
6. Some substances abuse and their health and socio-Economic effects
– Identification of streets names of commonly abused drugs
– Cannabis – hemp, Igbo, Ganja, Stone
– Alcohol varieties with types, tobacco
– Taba
Health effect of abuse of alcohol, tobacco
– Mental disorder: poor work brain fatigue and lungs disease
Socio – Economic effects
– Poor school performance
– School drop out
– Disruption in relationship with family and others.
– Financial problems
– Unkept personality

How do people get those drugs?
– From commercial buses patient medicine, hawking of the drugs, tea, kola nut, cannabis, gin cigarette and traditional medicine Motor parks,
Restaurant, beer parlor hotels, club houses:
Alcohol, beverages food, patient medicine stores, clinic hospitals, pharmaceutical stores and super markets.
– Dangers of trafficking e.g. damage to the health of others.
– Arrest, jail, death penalty
8. Characteristics of drug abusers, their treatment and Rehabilitation.
– Abusers of alcohol e.g.
– Aggressiveness – convulsion
– Slowed speech – hallucinations
– Shaking of the hands
– Inability to maintain balance, disobedience
– Smells, discoloration of lips burnt/dark fingers, colored teeth, incessant coughing, from lung congestion, loss of appetite, chest can gestrum
– Undue excitement
– False source of confidence and pleasure etc.
9. What we can do prevent drug abuse
– Life coping skills
Health promotion behavior
– Stress reduction: regular exercise constructive plays.
– Positive relationship, good relationship with peers

Choosing good friends – Avoid bad company,
Establishing acceptable measures of discipline
– Choosing good habits and values of discipline, honesty, hard work, contentment, courage, respect for others etc.
Ways by which individuals can resist the temptation of being coerced to taking or getting involved in drug
– Stressing the importance of self discipline
– Receptiveness to critisms and correction
– Emphasizing religious tenets relation substance abuse etc.
10. Pollution
Meaning of pollution
– Anything that make our water, land and air dirty and unsafe for human use
– Types of pollution
– Water pollution (dirt)

– Air pollution (smoke)
– Noise pollution (sound)
– Indoor pollution
Effects of air and water pollution Water pollution result in dysentery, cholera and typhoid fever; air pollution causes blood poisoning, cold
Lung diseases, sneezing and cough
How to remedy the effects of pollution e.g.
– Industries should be located far away from where people live and take care of dirty things produced
– Land lords should be encouraged to provide modern toilet facilities in their houses
– Practice regular environmental sanitation
11. Agricultural technology

Meaning of Agriculture and technology:
Agriculture is the cultivation of land and rearing of animals and birds. While technology is a science applied
to practical.
We have two ways of land cultivation. Traditional ways
And modern ways
– Traditional ways of land cultivation, fish farming and keeping of animals and birds. In this way of farming most people use very simple farming implements like matchet, hoes,
Also people fish in rivers with nets and hooks.
– Traditional people keep fowls and goats in their houses. The Fulani move about with their cattles.
Modern methods of land cultivation fish farming and keeping of animals and birds.
– Machines like tractors, harvesters are used.
– Farmers now apply fertilizer. Birds and other animals are kept in population and feed with
– Fishing is done with trawlers; fish ponds are also used.
12. Advantages of modern farming
– Large area can be cultivated
– Time and energy are saved
– Farming is made pleasurable
– More food is available
Problems of modern farming
– Inadequate farm impute (fertilizers etc. – capital to invest
– Negative attitude to farming
– Insufficient labour
– Low pricing etc.Solution
– Proper pricing
– Encourage individual farmers
13. Agencies that promote the social well being of the youths
Mention the agencies that promote the social well being of the youth
Government and non government organization e.g.
National sports commission boys scout, boys and girls brigade, religious organization NDLEA, Rotract, Leo,
Drug free life etc.
The ways specialized activities e.g. drug free day, clubs and societies in school, advertisement, religious
Organizations etc. Values e.g. Discipline, honesty, healthy
Living, concern for others, obedience of laws etc.
14. Revision and Examination


1. Our 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
2. Respect for other people’s value
a) Importance of listening to other
people’s view
b) How can we respect other people’s
view, beliefs and traditions
c) What do we gain by listening to other people’s view, e.g. harmony, peace, tolerance.bCITIZENSHIP
3. Community leadership
a) Meaning of community leadership e.g. Oba, Emir
or Eze
b) Duties of traditional rulers
4. Communalism
a) Meaning of communalism
b) How to promote the spirit of
communalism e.g. togetherness, love, cooperation, dialogue, sharing
5. Types of Government
a) Meaning of government e.g. traditional form of government, constitutional (presidential or parliamentary form of government)
6. Difference between traditional and constitutional form of government
7. Democracy
a) Meaning of democracy
b) Meaning of parliamentary e.g where executive is not fully separated from the legislative
c) Meaning of presidential headed by an elected president
8. Local Government
a) Meaning of local government
b) Duties of local government e.g.
provision of social amenities such as market schools, pipe borne water e.t.c
9. State Government
a) Meaning and composition of state
government-body of people who control the public
affairs of many local government
b) The three tiers of government
10. The role of state government to the people
(e.g. building of roads, provision of jobs for people)
11. A) problem facing the state government
B) State motto and their meaning e.g.
(Lagos center of Excellence)
12. Revision
13. Examination


  1. Revision of first term’s work
  2. (A). Responsibilities of members of a home such as provision of food, Paying school fees, giving children home training.
    (B). Duties of children to their parent e.g. helping in household errands like sweeping
  3. Civil Values
    (A). Meaning of civil values
    (B). Examples of civic value loyalty
    Obedience, dedication, honesty
    (C). Need for civic values in the society
  4. National Consciousness
    (A). Meaning of a nation
    (B). Characteristics of a nation
  5. Reasons we need to build our nation e.g. for peaceful coexistence
  6. National consciousness continued
    (A). Ethnicity: meaning of ethnicity
    (B). Causes of ethnicity in Nigeria e.g. resource allocation, colonialism, poverty.
  7. Consequences of Ethnicity in Nigeria:
    Political violence, nepotism, discrimination, Communal conflict, under development
  8. Solution to problems of ethnicity e.g. be Patriotic, tolerate one another, organize public enlightments programme.
  1. Constituted Authority
    Duties of citizens to constituted authority e.g. paying tax, obedience to the law.
  2. Responsibilities of Constituted Authority:
    Meaning of constituted authority using the school Officials, as guide e.g. head teacher, teachers e.t.c.
  3. Responsibilities of Constituted Authority Continued
    Responsibilities of constituted authority e.g.
    Maintenance of law and orders, provision of social amenities
  4. Revision and Test
  5. Examination
  • 1. Revision of second term’s work
  • 2. Traffic Regulations
    (A). Meaning of traffic regulations
    (B). Traffic signs
    (C). Importance of traffic signs
  • 3. Regulations continued
    Reasons we need to obey traffic Regulations
  • 4. Agencies enforcing traffic regulations e.g road safety Corps, LASMA
  • 5. Problems of traffic regulations
  • 6. Solutions to problems of traffic regulations
  • 7. Attitude to Accident Victims
  • Meaning of accident victims
  • Attitude of people towards accident victims e.g Friendliness, caring
  • 8. Health Issues
  • 9. Personal hygiene (clothes)
  • (A). Meaning of clothes
  • (B). Reasons people wear clothes
  • 10. Types of clothes suitable under different weathers
  • Types of clothes suitable for different occupations e.g
  • 11. Lawyer, Doctor, Engineer e.t.c
  • (A). How to keep our dirty clothes clean
  • (B). Items used for keeping our clothes
  • 12. Revision and Test
  • 13. Examination






Week 1. Revision of some topics in year three’s work
2. The land and the soil
– The meaning of land and soil
(i). Clay soil
(ii). Loamy soil
(iii). Sandy soil
3. Characteristics of types of so on Sandy soil
– Has large, loosely packed particles
– Does not hold water
– Rough when it bis rubbed between the fingers
– Does not hold many nutrient
– Crops do not grow well on sandy soil
ii. Clay soil
– Has small and loosely packed particles
– Smooth when dry and sticky when wet
– Can hold a lot of nutrients
– Does not allow air and water through it
– It holds water very well
– Most crops do not grow on it.
4. Formation of soil
Soil formation
(i). Different types
(ii). How they are formed
5. Properties of Soil: Physical properties

6. How to enrich the soil and maintain soil fertility:
Causes of loss in soil fertility
(i). Burning
(ii). Leaching
(iii). Overgrazing
(iv). Cleaning
(v). Clearing
(vi). Erosion etc.
7. Ways of making soil fertile/ How to maintain soil
(i). Manuring
(ii). Mulching
(iii). Crop rotation
(iv). Bush fallowing etc.
8. Preparation of compost/manure
(a). Meaning of compost/manure
(b). Method of compost making
1. Pit method
2. Heap method
(c). Materials for compost making
– Dried flowers
– Sewage
– Farmyard waster
– Dry leaves
– Saw dust (use a little)
– House plants
– Weeds without seeds
– Soil
– Water
9. Processes involved in making compost.
– Pit method
i. Dig four pit (a, b, c, & d) of equal sizes

Mx) M X O. 5m
(ii). Empty the compost into pit a. arrange in layers and wet with water
(iii). After two weeks, move the content in pit
A to pit B. this is called first turn.
(iv). After two weeks, move the content in pit
B to pit C. (second turn)
(v). Finally, move the content in pit C to pit
D. (third)
(vi). 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
10. Why farm produce should be processed
– Importance of food processing
i. For better usage
ii. Removes poisonous agent
iii. Ready for eating directly or indirectly
iv. Improve food and market values
v. Prepares food for storage
vi. To get different varieties of food stuffs from the same farm produce.
vii. Provides employment oppourtunities for people
viii. It makes easier transportation of processed
farm produce easier since it required less space.
11. Preservation of farm produce
– Meaning of preservation of farm produce- Importance of preservation
i. Retains the colour, taste and nutritional values
ii. Prolongs life
iii. Makes 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 cheap price when in season).
12-13 Revision and Examination


1. Revision of first term’s work.
2. Method of farm’s produce preservation
– Sun – drying e.g. fresh fish, pepper, yam and potatoes
– Smoking e.g. meat and fish
– Curing e.g. fish and meat
– Frying e.g. Meat, fish, plantain, yam and potatoe.
– Freezing e.g. meat, fish and soup.

– Bottling e.g. Milk, fruits, tomatoes etc.
– Picking e.g. Onion, cabbage, ginger,
pepper, garlic, fruit, meat etc.
– bagging e.g. rice, garri, beans etc.
4. Materials for growing crops
– Viable seeds
– Good cuttings (stems, roots, vines)
– Manure and fertilizer. (organic and in
– Weed and pest killing chemicals
5. Safety measures in applying chemicals
– Do not use your hands to mix chemicals.
– Use knapsack sprayer and other spraying equipment to spray, wear protective clothing like gloves, googles and masks. Do not use your mouth to blow the nozzle of the sprayer when
it is blocked.
– Do not use your mouth or teeth to open a chemical bottle.
– Do not eat, drink or smoke while working with pesticides.
– Observe the wind direction when spraying
– After applying pesticides, always take a thorough bath or shower to clean your body
– If you notice any symptoms like headache or if you don’t feel well after working with chemicals, see a doctor immediately

6. Dangers involved in excessive use of chemicals
– Chemicals can kill crops
– Chemicals can kill beneficial living things in the soil like earthworms.
– Chemicals can be washed away by rain into streams and rivers there by killing fishes and other living things in the water
– Chemicals blown away by the wind
contaminate the air.
– Chemicals can contaminate various
sources of water like well,stream and
7. How to raise ornamental plants (flower plant)
– Meaning of ornamental plants
– Steps in growing ornamental plants
i. Choice of site
ii. Land clearing
iii. Seedbed / pot preparation
iv. Planting
8. More steps in growing ornamental plants
v. Weeding
vi. Manuring
vii. Watering
viii. Mulching during season
ix. Pruning
9. Materials required for compost making
(i). Leaves
(ii). Soil
(iii). Dung
(iv). Ash
(v). Water
(vi). Straw etc.10. Steps in compost making (practical)
(i). Choice of method: Heap or Pit
(ii). Gathering materials
11. Importance of each factor of production
– Land
– Labour
– Water
– Money
– Management
12. Revision
13. Examination


1. Revision of second term’s work
2. Simple farm tools
– Meaning of farm tools
(A). Crop farm tools (example)
i. Spade
ii. Hoe
iii. Shovel
iv. Matchet
v. Pick axe
vi. Rake
vii. Wheel barrow
viii. Hand towel
ix. Garden fork
x. Axe, etc.
3b. Animal farm tools
i. Fishing nets
ii. Traps
iii. Hook and line
iv. Basket
v. Watering troughs
vi. Feeding troughs, etc.
4. Description of Farm tools
i. Cutlass: it has a short wooden handle and flat blade.
ii. Axe: it has a short heavy metal head with a sharp edge and a long wooden or metal handle.
iii. Garden fork: it has a four-prolonged metal forks with a short wooden handle.
iv. Seed trays: it has a shallow rectangular containers made of wood or metal, etc.
5. Major uses of farm tools
i. Cutlass: Clearing weeds, cutting unwanted branches, planting grains and tubers.
ii. Sickle: harvesting grains like rice and sorghums
iii. Hoe: Weeding and making heaps, ridges harvesting tubers.
iv. Axe: felling of trees, cutting logs uprooting
Stumps and splitting fire wood, etc.
6. Description of animal farm tools
i. Drinking trough: it is a container made of plastic or metal.

ii. Feeding trough: it is also a container made of
plastic or metal.
iii. Fishing net: this is made of woven ropes: There
are scoop net, gils net and cast net.
iv. Battery cage: it is made of metal with several
partitions with feeding and drinking troughs
attached to it. Etc.
7. Major uses of Animal Farm Tools
i. Drinking trough: Holds water or drugs for animals.
ii. Feeding trough: Holds feeds (foods) or drugs for animals
iii. Fishing net: It is used for catching and collecting fish from the river
iv. Battery cage: for keeping poultry (birds)
– Observe the wind.
8. Cave and maintenance of crops and Animals farm tools
i. Clean the tools after use by washing and drying them under the sun or in a cool place
ii. Use the tools for the purpose for which they are made
iii. Store tools cleaned, in a safe and dry place after use.
iv. Sharpen the tools in a termite free area
v. Repair all broken or damaged parts
vi. Oil and grease the tools
vii. Keep records of the movement of farm tools
viii. Do not store in head pains and watering cans place them upside down after use to ensure proper drying
9. Control measures:
(i). Biological
(ii). Cultural(iii). Chemical
Definition with examples of some common weeds
Importance of weeds to farmers and the environment
– Compete for space, water and light the planted crops on the farm
– Compete with planted crops for plant foods (nutrients)
– Reduce the yield of harvested crops
– Reduce the quality of harvested crops
– Invites disease and pests to the planted crops
– Control of weeds increases the cost of producing farm produce.
– Overgrown weeds make our environment bushy and dirty
– Bushy environment keeps snakes, scorpions and other dangerous animals always.
11. Methods of weed control
– Cultural method
– Biological methods
– Chemicals method
– Mechanical method
12. Revision and Examination





1. Meaning and definition of arts
Uses and original art
– Branches of art
– Importance of art
Element and principles of art and design
2. Elements and principles of art and design
– List element of design
– List all the principles of design
– Importance of element and principles of art to the artist
3. LINES – Definition, or meaning of lines:
– Types of lines
– Uses of lines
– Objects with lines
– Drawing of different lines
– Importance of lines
4. SHAPES – Meaning of shapes
– Types of shapes
– Making patterns with shapes
– Drawing of different shapes
5. DRAWING – Definition types of drawing
– Materials used in drawing
– State drawing showing the effect of light and shade in

– Definition and Types of colour
– Sources of colour
– State the uses of colour

– 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
8. DRAWING: drawing materials still life object(Man-Made objects)
(3). Landscapes environment arts
(4). Imaginative composition drawing
(5). Drawing and shading showing the effect of light and
(6). Setting still life and natural objects for drawing
9. MODELLING: I – (Paper Mache) meaning of Paper Mache
– Mashed or pounded paper mixed with starch
– Materials for making paper Mache
– Paper (Mashed)
– Perfect mortar
– Starch
– Mould
10. MODELLING II – (Paper Mache)
– Objects produced from paper Mache
– Lizards, cups, plates, masks bowls e.t.c
11. Introduction to music

– Definition of music
– Sources of music sound e.g Voice, instrument, nature (Breeze).
12. Differences between Noise and Music

I.e Music is an organized sound,
– the combination sound that is pleasant to the ear
– Noise is unorganized sound that is not pleasant to the Ear.
13 Revision14. Examination


Week1: Musical instrument and sounds
(A) Foreign musical instrument

Week 2.: Musical instruments and Sounds
(B). Foreign musical instruments

  • Refer to objects put together in the locality to produceMusic e.g calabash, wood, stone e.t.c
  • Refer to objects that are used by foreigners to produce Their own music which are incorporated into the Nigerian Music.

Week 3: Musical instruments and sound III
Classifications of musical instruments into four families
(I). Aerophonic
(II). Chords/ phonic
(III). Idophonic/ diophonic
(IV). Mentraphonic

Week 4: Introduction to theatre and Drama

(A) Drama – Definition

  • Drama involves impersonation and imitation of people And situations (i.e.) Role playing of people and Situations before an audience by Actor/ Actresses

Week 5: Dances of the locality
(A). Definition of dance
(B). Dances for different occasions and festivals
week 6: Dances of the locality (Locality)
Characteristics of different dances for various occasions

Components of body movement in dance

  • Space
  • Time
  • Force

Week 8: Basic Body Movement in Dance II
(A). Expressing concepts of time, space and mood in Dance
(B). Movement to music and rhythm

Week 9: Introduction to play acting: Explanation of play acting
(A). Definition of character and impersonation
(B). Role playing
(C). Costume and make up are

Week 10: Play Acting I : characterization in play acting means imitating the way another person talks and behaves

Week 11: PLAY ACTING II: Two common class characters are:
(A). Round character: one who change with time and

Organize a drama group of class members

Week 12: Revision and Examination


Week 1-2: Introducing Values in Cultural and Creative Arts

Explanation of
(i). Meaning of value
(ii). Importance of value in Act and Craft music in the Society
Week 3-4: Introducing value in cultural and creative Arts

Methods of inculcating value e.g improvisation andRecycling

Costume and make up are
Week 5-6: Characteristics of Value in Cultural and Creative Arts:

Value needed in arts and creative works
I. creativity
II. Hard work
III. Honesty
IV. Precision

Why values are needed in creative work
Week 7-8: Values and improvisation: Meaning of improvisation

Art materials and their improvised ones

  • Brush (Chewed stick, sponge tied to the end of stick, Grass, raffia foam e.t.c
  • Pen (stick with flat end, feather, and strip of hard paper Or board e.t.c.
  • Canvas (printed cloth with emulsion and glue)
  • Colour (Red mud, colour from leaves)

Making improvised material

Week 9-10: Improvisation of Art Materials

Meaning of improvisation

Art materials and their improvised ones

  • Brush (Chewed stick, sponge tied to the end of stick,
    Grass raffia foam e.t.c)
  • Pen (Stick with flat end, feather, and strip of hard paper
    Or board e.t.c
  • Canvass (printed cloth with emulsion and glue)
  • Colour (Red mud, colour from leaves e.t.c)

Making improvised materials
Week 11-12: Improvised of Art Material

Material and alternatives

Colour (Leaves, red mud, roots, stems e.t.c)

Lettering – pen flat edge stick

Brush (Soft wood with raffia grass e.t.c)

Similarities and characteristics
Week 13-14: Revision and Examination