ENGLISH STUDIES

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
Comprehension
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
Comprehension
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
Read
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

BASIC SCIENCE

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
Measuring
-Length
-Breadth
-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

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION

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

Subject: Computer Studies

WEEK TOPIC
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
Printer
Speaker
Projector
6Monitor
Definition ,Types and Uses.
7Printers
Definition, Types and Uses
8System Unit
External features e.g
Power button , Preset button
USB Port, CD Drive.
9System Unit
Internal Features
Motherboard
Hard disk
10Storage Devices
Hard disk
Compact disk (CD)
Flash drive
Memory card
11Computer Memory
RAM
ROM
12-13Revision & Examination

SOCIAL STUDIES

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
Dietaries.
– 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

CIVIC EDUCATION

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, co￾operation, 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

CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS

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
Drawing
6. COLOUR

– Definition and Types of colour
– Sources of colour
– State the uses of colour
7. PRINT – MAKING:

– 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
Shade
(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

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