WK 1. Review of primary five third term’s work

WK 2. A. Further practice on report making
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, Meaning and comprehension
C. Structure: Sentence building and word bank
D. Grammar: Synonym
E. Writing: Guided composition
F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read
G. Verbal aptitude

3. A. Reporting type of essay
B. Structure: Sentence building
C. Reading: Teaching of new words Meaning and comprehension
D. Grammar: Noun: Definition and types
E. Writing: A report of an incident
F. Verbal Aptitude

4. A. Pronunciation, stress and intonation practice
B. Structure: Sentence building and speech
C. Reading: Teaching of new words Meaning and comprehension
D. Grammar: pronoun: Definition and types
E. Writing: Features of formal and informal letters
F. Verbal Aptitude

5. A. Intensive Reading: A suitable passage on an
Argumentative topic e.g. Democratic and military Governance
B. Teaching of new words, meaning and Comprehension

C. Grammar: Verbs: Definition and types
D. Structure: Mastering of passive voice
Construction: change active sentences into passive voice
E. Writing: Argumentative essay: A teacher is more
Important than a farmer
F. Verbal Aptitude

6. A. Introductory paragraph e.g. A topic on role of Religion
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, reading and comprehension

C. Structure: Selected poem based on the virtues of Kindness
D. Grammar: Adjectives: Meaning and types
E. Writing: Concluding paragraph
F. Verbal Aptitude

7. A. Speech Work: Using the telephone – call and response in telephone conversation
B. Reading: Teaching of new words expressions meaning and comprehension
C. Structure: Word study and dictionary practice
D. Grammar: Adverb: Meaning and types
E. Writing: Guide to good essay writing
F. Verbal Aptitude

WK 8. A. Speech Work: Argumentative Essay
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and Comprehension
C. Structure: Instructions
D. Grammar: Preposition meaning and usage
E. Writing: Argumentative essay: Science does more harm to humanity than good.
F. Verbal Aptitude

9. A. Speech Work: Direct and indirect speech
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension.
C. Structure: Sentence Building
D. Grammar: Conjunction meaning and identification
E. Writing: Simple future questions and past tense
F. Verbal Aptitude

10. A. Speech Work: Intonation practice dialogue and conversation on national values: honesty
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
C. Poetry: Selected topics from the reader
D. Grammar: Exclamation and interjection
E. Writing: Reading of letters of complaints to Authorities report and business letter on national values regard and concern for the interest of others.
F. Verbal Aptitude

WK 11. A. Speech Work: Asking about people and things (Conversation on dental health issues)
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
C. Structure: Word bank: Prefix and suffix
D. Grammar: Sentence building
E. Writing: Reading/Writing business letter
F. Verbal Aptitude
12. General revision of work
13. Examination


WK 1. A. Revision of First Term’s work

WK 2. A. Speech Work: Pronunciation practice
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension
C. Structure: Reading of letters of invitation and Eplies (formal and informal) (infuse Nigerian values.
D. Grammar: Word formation: Noun formed from Adjectives
E. Writing: Expository explanatory composition e.g. A traditional marriage I have witnessed
F. Verbal Aptitude
Speech Work

3. A. Pronunciation practice: Put stress on the right syllables
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension
C. Structure: More constructions with clauses using, ‘when’ ‘who’ ‘which’ ‘where’
D. Grammar: Word formation adjective formed from Noun
E. Writing: Narrative essay: A day I will not forget
F. Verbal Aptitude

4. A. Speech Work: Making speeches during occasions
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
C. Structure: News paper reading
D. Grammar: Word formation of noun from adjective
F. Verbal Aptitude
5. A. Speech Work: Pronunciation practice

B. Reading: Teaching of new words meaning and Comprehension
C. Structure: Simple passages of dialogue and Conversation
D. Grammar: Word formation: Verbs from Adjectives
E. Writing: Passage on clean safe water strategies.
F. Verbal Aptitude

WK 6. A. Speech Work: Intonation practice: Using Different intonations to suggest different meaning and aptitude
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
C. Structure: Indefinite pronoun and indefinite Adverbs e.g. some, any, none
D. Grammar: Relationship among style, purpose and the audience
E. Writing: Expository essay. Mode of drug use and consequences. Effects of normal and excessive use of drugs.
F. Verbal Aptitude

WK 7. A. Speech Work: Pronunciation practice: pronounce the words using the correct stress
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
C. Structure: Passages dealing with information and description
D. Grammar: Words and opposite: antonyms
E. Writing: Technical writing: Complete application Forms. Keeping of diaries
F. Verbal Aptitude

8. A. Speech Work: Intonation practice with questions (Conveying various attitudes)
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
C. Structure: Idiomatic Expression
D. Grammar: Formation of adverbs
E. Writing: Recording observation

F. Verbal Aptitude

9. A. Speech Work: Passages dealing with quarrels
Hot exchanges of instructions
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension
C. Structure: Word with similar meaning Synonyms
D. Grammar: Writing dialogue
E. Writing: Simile and Metaphor
F. Verbal Aptitude

10. A. Speech Work: Pronunciation practice
History/Historical science/Scientist
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and Comprehension
C. Structure: A passage on the ocean: Importance of oceans on earth. Role of the ocean in a linked global system.
Resources of ocean
D. Grammar: Changing direct speech to reported Speech and vice versa
E. Writing: Writing of formal letters
F. Verbal Aptitude

WK 11. A. Speech Work: Intensifiers: Distinguish between ‘Very’ and ‘so’ on the hand and ‘very’ and ‘Quite’ on the other use of intensifiers
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
C. Structure: Reading simple materials on the organization of formal gathering.
D. Grammar: Composition of adverb
E. Writing: Write informal letters features of informal Letters
F. Verbal Aptitude
12. Revision and Examination


WK 1. Revision of second terms work

WK 2. A. Speech Work: Making verbal report and Statements
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension
C. Structure: Writing e-mail text messages
D. Grammar: Comparison of verb
E. Writing: Biography writing: Describe a person or hing so that everybody will readily recognize him/her/it
F. Verbal Aptitude

WK 3. A. Speech Work: Giving formal speeches
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and Comprehension
C. Structure: Main clauses with ‘if’ conditional Clause
D. Grammar: Informal letters further practice
E. Writing: Auto biography: Description of oneself habit, taste, manner and moral qualities
F. Verbal Aptitude

WK 4. A. Speech Work: Talking at interviews
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension
C. Structure: Informal letters: Further practice
D. Grammar: Difference between pairs of sentence.
The use of ‘in’ and ‘at’ ‘in’ in simple sentences correctly.
E. Writing: Dictation of suitable passages
F. Verbal Aptitude

WK 5. A. Speech Work: Reading valedictory speeches
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension

C. Structure: Review of some functional words
D. Grammar: Review of guides to good essay writing
E. Writing: Write informal letter
F. Verbal Aptitudes

6. A. Speech Work: Expressing wishes and Suppositions
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meanings and comprehension
C. Structure: Indefinite pronoun and indefinite Adverbs
D. Grammar: Singular and Plural
E. Writing: My favorite sport
F. Verbal Aptitude

WK 7. A. Speech Work: Pronunciation practice: phrases
With two explosives e.g. a black bird, a heavy weight, a dark room.
B. Reading: Teaching of new words, meaning and comprehension
C. Structure: Punctuation marks
D. Grammar: Word bank and sentence building
E. Writing: How I will spend my coming holidays
F. Verbal Aptitude

WK 8-12. Revision

13. Examination


WK 1. National Honors Awards
(A)Meaning of National Honors
(B) Types of national honors e.g
MON – Member of the Order of Nigeria
CON – Commander of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
GCFR – Grand Commander of the federal
Republic of Nigeria.
OFR – Order of the Federal Republic

WK 2. (A). Reasons for giving national honors
(B). Examples of selfless service
(C). Outstanding National Award Recipient

WK 3. Valuing Nigerian Goods
(A). Reasons Nigerian goods should be valued
(B). Various examples of Nigerian goods
(C). National pride

WK 4. Values that promote peace
(A). Meaning of values
(B). Types of values – Honesty, tolerance, respect, Forgiveness, self control
(C). meaning and characteristics of tolerance

WK 5. Co – Operation
(A). Meaning of Co – operation
(B). Attributes of Co – Operation

WK 6. National Unity
(A). Meaning of National Unity
(B). values of promote peace

WK 7. National consciousness and identity
(A). meaning of nationalism
(B). Ways of promoting national interest
(C). Nationalist and their achievements

WK 8. Patriotism
(A). Meaning of patriotism
(B). How to show patriotism
(C). Qualities of patriotic citizens

9. (A). Meaning of Ethnicity
(B). Problems of ethnic state and group loyalty e.g political instability, election malpractice

WK 10. National Symbols
(A). Meaning of National Symbols
(B). Nigerian National symbols e.g National flag, coat of arm, Nigerian currency, national anthem, national pledge.

WK 11. National Identity
(A). Meaning of national identity
(B). The importance of National Anthem and Pledge

12. Revision and test
13. Examination


WK 1. Revision of First Term’s Work

WK 2. National Consciousness and Identity (Contd)
(A). Values related to Nationalism and Patriotism – courage, respect, selfishness, caring, Tolerance, co-operation.
(B). Examples of non-national symbols e.g traffic symbols, school flag.
(C) Differences between Nigerian National Symbols and Non – national symbols

WK 3. Citizenship and nationalization
(A). Meaning of citizen
(B). How to become a citizen of a country

WK 4. (A). Definition of Nationalization
(B). Conditions foreigner must fulfill before Becoming Nigerians Citizens
(C). Reasons foreigners are in our land

WK 5. (A). Advantages of foreigners in our midst
(B). Disadvantages of foreigner in our midst
(C). Examples of foreign countries in Nigerian

WK 6. Government policies and programmes
(A). Government policies and programmes e.g UBE, NEEDS and DUE process
(B). Meaning of NEEDS, UBE, and DUE process

WK 7. (A). Importance of government policies and Progrmmes to Nigerians e.g Importance of UBE NEEDS.

B). Wealth generation and using education to empower people.

WK 8. Government institution in Nigeria
(A). Meaning of Institutions
(B). Types of government institutions in Nigeria

WK 9. (A). Meaning of different types of institution in Nigeria e.g NAFDAC, ICPC, EFCC, SON, NDLEA
(B). Functions of different types of institution e.g Function of NAFDAC e.t.c

WK 10. (A). Invite a government official to talk to the pupils On activities of SON, NAFDAC, EFCC, NDLEA e.t.c
(B). Bring a sachet water into the classroom and let the pupils point out the NAFDAC number on the sachet

WK 11. Civil Society
(A). meaning of civil society
(B). Classification of civil society
(i) Interest groups e.g Trade union, professionals and business groups such as ICAN, Nigeria bar associations
(ii) Organizational based e.g kinship, ethnicity and Religion (iii) Deriant civil association e.g Boko Haram

12. Revision and Test
13. Examination


WK 1. Revision of Second Term’s Work

WK 2. (A). Examples of civil society groups in Nigeria – CLO, Human rights CD, NADECO
(B). meaning of civil society groups e.g CLO means civil liberty organization

WK 3. (A). Functions of civil society groups in Nigeria
(B). Problem of civil society in Nigeria.

WK 4. Moral aspect of drug education
(A). How to protect our health and the health of Others
(B). Concept of right and wrong, good and bad health habits
(C). Religious and traditional beliefs on drug Abuse

WK 5. (A). Drugs that are commonly abused
(B). Effect of drug abuse

WK 6. Drug laws and their enforcement
(A). Meaning of drugs trafficking
(B). Consequences of drug trafficking

WK 7. (A). Agencies responsible for enforcing drugs Laws e.g NDLEA, custom and exercise
(B). Functions of drugs laws enforcement agencies




WK 1. External influence on Nigerian family life.
Influence of foreign countries on Nigerian
Family life – language
– Family system
– Behaviors of family members
– Food
– Music and education
– Working mother or experience
Influence of religion on Nigerian family life
Marriage pattern – relationship between Members – General behavior of family Members.

WK 2. The influence of working parent on the Nigerian Family.
Inadequate attention to the children –use of baby Sitters
– Putting children in day care institution
– More income is generated for the family
– Lack of parental care and moral upbringing

3. Inter – marriage
Meaning of inter-marriage and intra ethnic Marriages
– Inter ethnic marriage occurs between people From different ethnic groups while intra ethnic Marriage occurs between people within the same Ethnic group.

Advantages and disadvantages of inter and intra Ethnic marriage
– National unity
– Mutual economic support
– Reduction of immorality
– Reduction of inter ethnic crisis
– Communal peace
– Long geographical distance between families
– Values-affection
– Tolerance, unity
– Cooperation
– Understanding
– Cultural differences.
Marital failure
– Meaning of Marital failure
– Reasons
– Infidelity
– Intolerance
– Childlessness
– Disrespect
– Third party

WK 4. Pre-marital sexual relationship
Meaning of pre-marital
– The concept of bachelor
– The concept of spinster
– Sexual relationship between unmarried people
– Unmarried man (bachelor)
– Unmarried woman (spinster) STDS HIV/AIDS Education
– Concept of STDS/HIV/AIDS education
– Identify the sexual behaviors that promote STDS/AIDS.
Having multiply sex partners
– Commercials sex workers (prostitutes)

WK 5. Some foreign cultures that are affecting our Values and cultures
– Some foreign cultures that are affecting Our values and cultures.
Advantages and disadvantages of foreign Cultures
Advantages are better ways of doing things.
– Education
– Good health systems
– Organized security and judicial systems
– Use of English language
– Marriage culture
– Destruction of traditional values
– Immorality
– Violence
How we can promote our culture
– Cultural festival
– School festival
– School programmes
– Mass media
– Preserving our artifacts

WK 6. Religious intolerance in Nigeria
– Concept of religious intolerance
– Causes of religious intolerance
– Ignorance
– Impatience
– Selfishness
– Ethnicity

– Poverty
– Influence of foreign rivals
– Controlling religious intolerance
– Education
– Legislation
– Role of mass media
– Organization

7. Labour and Trade Union
Concept of labour and trade union Labour is the force employed to get things done in The society
Trade union is an association of workers Protecting their interest in an organization
The labour force in school includes the teachers, The bosses, gate keepers, cleaners and Gardeners

WK 8. Wages and income distribution
Concept of wages and income distribution
A wage is a money received by workers at regular Intervals or end of the month

Relationship between income and standard of Living.
(The higher our wages, the higher standard of Living)
– Qualification
– Hours of work
– Risk of work
– Reward of work
– Reward for talent
– Causes of wage increase
– Inflation
– Trade union activities
– Incentive to workers
– Aspect of income management

– Household expenses
– Savings
– Investment
– Charity
– Reserve

WK 9. Employment
Employment is work done to earn a living
Unemployment means having no work to do to Earn a living
Problems of unemployment
– Armed robbery
– Immorality
– Human trafficking
– Underdevelopment
– Stealing by trick or 419
– Street begging
Solutions to unemployment
– Self employment skills
– Provision of soft loans
– Emphasis on agriculture
– Attitude towards HIV/AIDS infected workers.
Consequences of people’s negative attitude Towards PLWHA workers.
(i). Avoidance by co-workers
(ii). Discrimination and stigmatization by co-workers
(iii). Ostracisation in the work place
(iv). Total rejection

WK 10. Nigerian and foreign made goods
Name some foreign and Nigeria made goods
– Local textile fabrics
– Furniture, shoes, ceramics, bags, beads etc

Foreign made goods.
– Motor cars, electronics equipment

– Communication equipment, wrist watches, Handsets.
Nigerian imports and export products.
– Imports are the same as the foreign goods
They are goods manufactured in foreign countries And brought to Nigeria
– Exports are agricultural products found in Nigeria and exported to other countries.
Advantages of trading with other countries
– Getting foreign exchange Wealth, transfer of technology, friendly relations
– Creation of jobs11. Resources development – Natural resources are the wealth which are found in our country.
Different types of natural resources
(a). Precious stone (b). Tin (c). Columbite (d). Iron ore (e).lead (f). Zinc (g). Gold (h). Marble (i). Coal
How the different types of natural resources are Developed and managed
– Production of raw materials
– Refining of raw materials
– Distribution and sales
Contribution of individual and organization to Resources development – Technology, land Peaceful environment, skills, machinery Education, protection

12-13 : Revision/Examination


WK 1. Resources Utilization
Importance of natural resources
– Infrastructure, development, getting foreign Exchange, employment, social development.
Over utilization of natural resources – means using natural resources at a faster rate than they are replaced.
Dangers of over utilization of natural resources
Exhaustion, infrastructural break down, maintenance problems, overpopulation.
Problems of under Utilization of natural resources.
– Low income and wages
– Poor industrial development
– Dependence on foreign goods
– Unemployment

WK 2. Training the population to be healthy and productive
Labour force – meaning – The labour force of a country is the total number of workers in a country.

How to train labour force to be active and productive
– Organizing job training programmes e.g. seminars on AIDS education, Adult education, health campaign.
How poor health affects the labour force
– Reduction in manpower
– Low morale, low self esteem

WK 3. Water and Air Transportation
Means of water transportation in Nigeria
– Canoe, ferries, ships, boats.
Means of Air transportation in Nigeria
Aeroplanes, Helicopters.
Problems of water and air transportation in Nigeria
– Air transportation is very expensive and only few people can afford it
– Maintenance problems
– Few ships and plane
– Few seaports and airports, high fares
– Inadequate water, lack of equipment
Solutions to the problems of water and air transportation

WK 4. Telecommunication systems in Nigeria
Telecommunication is the way by which you make your thought and words known to another person who is far away from you.
Means of Telecommunication in Nigeria and their uses.
– Telephone, Fax, E-mail, television, radio
Uses of telecommunication – They are used to communicate with people far away from us both by words of the mouth (telephone) and by written message (fax) or electronic mail (e-mail).
When and how to use the telecommunication
– To do business, to solve problems, to ask for help
– Handle with care, study the instructions for usage
Why telecommunication do not work
– Vandalization of telephone cables, non-payment of bills by the owner of the devices.
– NEPA failure, lack of maintenance

– Fault in the system

WK 5. Gender Discrimination – means denying someone of his or her right just because that person is a male or female.
Areas where discrimination occurs
– Education, Employment, Politics, Family roles, inheritance, social activities.
Consequences of gender discrimination
– Under utilization of human resources
– Denials of equal opportunities
– Denials of fundamental human rights
– Demoralization
Solution to gender discrimination
– Equal opportunity for men and women
– Respect for fundamental human right of women
– Abrogation of cultures which are inimical to women

WK 6. Group conflicts
Meaning – The disagreement and fight among people in a society
Co-operation: is agreement or understanding among a group or groups of people.
Importance of communication
– Language unites people
– Promote peace
– Promote business
– Promote culture
How group problems can be resolved
– Tolerance
– Understanding each other e.g. religious differences
– Honesty and sincerity
– Understanding each other language

WK 7. International conflicts and Organizations
Meaning – quarrels between nations
Causes of International Conflicts
– Boundary dispute
– Economic rivalry
– Political rivalry
– Military rivalry
– Aggression

8. International Organization
Meaning – is the association of people from different countries
Efforts of international bodies at solving the problems posed by STDS and HIV/AIDS
– Management of patients
– Providing shelter and clothing for patient

WK 9. Peace Education
Meaning – is a condition which exist when people live together without fighting
Characteristics of Tolerance
– Forgiveness
– Accommodating
– Show to anger
Attributes of cooperation
– Shared responsibilities
– Communal efforts
– Helping each other in times of needs
– Willingness to assist
What is national unity? – Emphasizing the things that unite us.
– Respecting the national objectives, national anthem, national flag and coat of arms.
– Strengthening national bonds. values that promote peace e.g. Humility

– Forgiveness, moderation, tolerance, humanness, self control.

WK 10. Basic concepts of drug and drug abuse, nature of drug abuse.
Meaning: drug are medicine taken to prevent or Cure diseases.
Consequences of drug abuse
– Production of pleasurable feeling
– Development of tolerance of drugs, requiring large and larger qualities to produce the same effects, acting on the on the brain to reduce sense of pain and produce pleasant feelings.

WK 11. Synthetic and naturally occurring substances/drugs, chemical sources of drugs
Naturally occurring drugs: these are obtained from nature.
Synthetic drugs – They are products of interaction between chemicals. These drugs are made by human being to prevent and treat disease. Examples of synthetic drug include – aspirine, chloroquine, paracetamol, coffin etc.

12-13 Revision and Examination


WK 1. Effects of substance abuse – health and socio-economic effects of substance abuse.
– The major health and socio economic effects of abuse of heroine – cocaine
– Jaundice, chills and cramps-panic, nausea, lack of appetite and loss of weight.
– Cocaine (coke, girl)
– Increased blood pressure
– Stroke, loss of weight
– Convulsions
– Possible death
Sedative drug (e.g. mandrax, and valium)
– In coordination
– Disorientation
– Anxiety
– General effects
– Poor school performance
– Truancy etc.

WK 2. Modes of drug use and consequences
Effects of normal and excessive use of drugs
– Normal use of drugs produces the desired effects
– Excessive use causes damage, and in certain causes, death
– Factors causing drug abuse behavior
– Pleasurable effects of drugs (psychological)
– Unpleasant effects on withdrawal (psychological)
– Inability to control peer pressure (social)
– Presence of the drugs in the environment (physical)

WK 3. Sources of drugs supply and trafficking
Registered and unregistered sources of drugs –Trafficking
Registered sources of drugs
– Pharmaceutical industries
– Hospitals, patient medicine – Hotel &club
Unregistered sources
– Cultivated and uncultivated vegetation
– Traditional medicine establishment
– Herb sellers
– Supermarket and provision sellers
– Beer parlor
– Road side hawkers
– Itinerants peddlers
Distinguish between legitimate seller and pusher/trafficker/courier Trafficking
– Selling with or without persuasion occurring in trades
– Pushing – courier trafficking is usually is usually applied to dangerous drugs in unregistered establishment

WK 4. Identification of abuses and their treatment and rehabilitation
– Effects of drugs – heroin – tiny pupils, abnormal or excessive happiness, pains and shivering when not on the drug
Sedative drugs
– Drunken behavior without smell of drinking
(sedative drug) drunken behavior with smell of drink (alcohol) tremors or convulsion when not on drugs Primary sources of help to those with drug abuse problem
– State the steps to take to obtain help
– Teachers
– Parents
– School health clinic
– Older relations
– Social center

WK 5. Prevention of drug abuseLife saving skills and developing positive health behaviors
– Health promotion behaviors
– Regular exercises
– Constructive play
– Constructive relationship with others
– Avoidance of harmful drugs
– More discrimination in what is consumed and in choice of friends
Name governmental organizations concerned with physical, mental, social well being of youths in the community.
The name of the governmental organization Concerned are YD, FME, HS,
– Welfare centers, NDLEA
– Non-governmental organizations – Boys scout, Girls guide, boys and girls brigade
– Churches i.e. religious body.

WK 6. Obstacles to physical development in youth
Define the word obstacles – it means problem and physical development means growth in height and body weight – when a child is born, he has a certain weight —-
– Obstacles to youth physical development
– Poor feeding
– Bad habit
– Diseases

– Unhygienic environment
How to keep the body well groomed
Things to be done to keep the body well groomed
– Regular bath
– Care of the hair
– Care of the teeth
– Care of the nail
– Feed well
– Wash your clothes
– Eat well cooked and balanced diet
– Do regular exercise to grow well
– Have enough rest and sleep

WK 7. Revision of week 1- 6 works
8. Revision
9. Revision
10. Revision
11-13. Revision and Examination




WK 1. Review of Primary Five’s Work

WK 2. Synthetic & Naturally Occurring Drugs
– Meaning of drugs
– Types of drugs
(i) Naturally Occurring Drugs – e.g Alcohol, Bitter leaf, Kolanut, e.t.c
(ii) Synthetic e.g Paracetamol, Panadol, Phensic, blood tonic, e.t.c.

WK 3. Drug use and abuse
– Normal use of drugs
– Abnormal use of drugs
– Effects of drug abuse

WK 4. Our Weather
– Meaning of Weather
– Weather Symbols
– Weather records
– Weather chart

WK 5. Earth and Sky Movement
– The Sky
– National bodies in the sky e.g. Sun Moon, and Stars
– The Sun and other Planets e.g. The nine Planets
– The Solar System Gravity

WK 6. The Earth’s Movement
– Rotation of the earth
– Revolution of the earth
– Eclipse (Solar and Lunar)


WK 7. Living and Non-living Things
– Identification of living and non-living things
– Characteristics of living and non-living things

WK 8. Growing Crops
– Growing Crops with Compost
– Growing Crops with Fertilizer
– Conditions for better Crops
– Importance of Manure and Fertilizers on the soil

WK 9. Improving Crops Yield
– Food Crops and Cash Crops
– The Importance of Increased Labour on the Yield
– Storage of Farm Produce

WK 10. The Human Circulatory System
– The Structure and Functions of the hearth
Blood vessels (Examining blood vessels Blood Circulation)
11. Revision



WK 1. Unit I Revision of First Term’s Work

WK 2.The Human reproductive System
– The Meaning of reproduction
– The structure and function of male reproductive organ
– The Structure and function of female reproductive organ

WK 3.Responsible Parenthood
– Safe age for reproduction
– Changes in male and female during puberty
– Responsible sexual behavior
– Identification of sexually irresponsible behaviour
– Consequences of indiscriminate or irresponsible sexual behaviour

WK 4. Water Projects
– Example of water projects in Nigeria e.g. Canals, Dams, Water ports, e.t.c.
– Benefits and Hazard of Water Projects

WK 5. Air
– Meaning of Air
– Properties of Air
– Air Pressure (Uses)

WK 6. Minerals
– Meaning of Mineral Resources
– Types and Sources of Minerals resources
– Importance of Mineral Resources
– Consequences of Over Exploitation of mineral resources on environment

WK 7. Colours
– The Component of Light (Rainbow)
– Primary and Secondary Colours
– Mixing of Colours

WK 8. Door Mat Making
– Materials for door mat making
– Drawing instruments
– Uses of drawing instruments

WK 9. Introduction to Woodwork Hand tools
– Definition of hand tools
– The measuring tools
– The marking tools
– The cutting tools

WK 10. Maintenance
– Definition of Maintenance
– Types of Maintenance
– Importance of Maintenance




WK 1. Safety
– Meaning of Safety
– Meaning of accident
– Causes of accident
– Methods of preventing accident
– Safety Device

– First Aid box (items in first aid box)

WK 2. Simple Machines
– Definitions of simple machine
– Levers (Meaning)
– Example of Lever
– Parts of Lever
– Uses of Lever

WK 3. Pulleys (Meaning)
– Examples of pulley
– Types of pulley
– Application of pulley

WK 4. Inclined planes (Meaning)
– Examples of inclined planes
– Advantages of inclined planes

WK 5. Forces
– Meaning of force
– Examples of force
– Types of force
– Effects of force

WK 6. Frictional force
– Meaning of friction
– Effects of friction
– Advantages and disadvantages of friction
– Reducing friction

WK 7. Magnetism
– Meaning of Magnet
– Properties of Magnet
– Uses of Magnet
– Making Magnets

WK 8 & 9. Unit Revision of 1st Term’s work

WK 10 & 11. Revision
12: Examination

Computer Studies

First Term Scheme of Work

1Revision of last term work on the computer system.
2Computer Network.
definition and types of computer network ( LAN and WAN)
3Description of local area network and large area network.
4Definition and types of network topology.
Bus, Ring and Stay topology.
5Sketching and description of network topology.
6Advantages And Uses Of Computer Network.
7Word Processing Software
Microsoft word, WordPad, word perfect.
8Word Processor Skills
9Word Processing Environment
Title bar, menu bar, tool bar.
10Types Of Tool Bar
Standard tool bar, formatting toolbar.





WK 1. Creative rhythmic activities: meaning and types of rhythmic activities.

WK 2. Athletics – tracks events: long distance races e.g. 800m, 1500m, marathon, skills and techniques E.g. the start, the running pace nd stride length Breathing, running tactics, finishing.

3. Relay race: Description of 4 × 100m and 4 × 400m
Relay. Skills in relay races e.g. (I). The baton grip (II)
The take off
(III). Non – Visual exchange (IV). Finishing

WK 4. Hurdle : Basic skill in hurdle – starting position, Approach to the first hurdle, clearing the hurdle,
Landing, stride between hurdles finishing

WK 5. Field event: (high jump) – meaning, basic skills in High jump – (I). Approach or run up (II). Take off
(III). Flight (IV). Landing styles in high jump e.g. the Flop (II). Straddle (III). Western roll (IV). Eastern roll

WK 6. Long jump: the pitch, basic style in long jump (I) The sail (II). The hang (III). The hitch (IV). The landing (V). the recovery

WK 7. Techniques/basic skills in long jump: (I) the Approach run or run up, the take off, the flight, the
Landing, the recovery, rules and regulation of Long jump

WK 8. Games and sports: football history, categories of players e.g. goal keeper, the defenders, the Mid fielder, the attacker, the size of the Pitch/field

WK 9. Football: rules and regulation, officials and their duties.

WK 10. Table tennis: History, nature of playing table tennis, Officials and their duties, officiating rules

WK 11. Volley ball: History, nature of playing volley ball, Size of court and numbers of players. Rules and regulation, official and their duties.

WK 12. Basket ball: History, nature of basket ball, position of player on the court, officials and their duties, officiating rules

13. Revision and Examination



WK 1. Hockey: history of hockey, position of player on Hockey field, play situation, skills on techniques
(1). Dribbling (2). Push (3). Hitting (4). Drive (5). Rolling (6). Flick

WK 2. Hockey: Official and their duties, officiating Rules

WK 3. Handball: history, nature of handball basic skills E.g. throwing and catching etc.

WK 4. Handball: Rules and regulation, officials and Their duties.

WK 5&6. First aid: Common emergency conditions that require first aid e.g. bleeding, shock, wound dislocation, strain, sprain, fainting drowning etc. sign and symptoms with treatment

WK 7. Mental and social health: meaning of self understanding and abilities of one’s self, things to do to have peace at home, school and other Places.

WK 8. Benefit of having good friends, social interaction and interdependence

WK 9. Meaning and importance of environmental Health

WK 10. Personal health: importance of vision, structure of the teeth, dental problems and prevention

WK 11. Environmental health: methods of waste disposal and importance of waste disposal

WK 12. Pollution: Water, air and noise pollution
13. Revision and Examination



WK 1. Physical fitness: measuring physical fitness
Components e.g. (I). Agility (II). Power
(III). Flexibility (IV). Balance

WK 2. Gymnastic: stunts (I). Sit up (II). Crab walks (III). Cart wheel (IV). Head stand

WK 3. Recreation: Leisure and dancing activities
Dance: local dances and examples, reason why people dance, costume.

Wk4. Computer games: Meaning and types of computer games, component of computer game e.g. mouse, keyboard, monitor, ups, control pad etc.

WK 5. Martial art: Karate – history, importance, rules and regulations of karate, Taekwondo history
Importance, rules and regulation official and their duties, skills of taekwondo.

WK 6. Swimming: Basic swimming skills, basic swimming Strokes

WK 7. Pathogens, diseases and prevention
Communicable diseases e.g. HIV/AIDS measles, small pox, cholera, syphilis, gonorrhea, etc.
Prevention of communicable diseases.

WK 8. Issues and challenges in physical and health Education: Drug education (I). Drug abuse (II) Danger of self medication (III). Qualities needed for protection against drug addiction

9-13. Revision and Examination



WK 1. Review of last year’s work

WK 2-3. Meaning of Agriculture
– Growing of crops
– Rearing of animals
– Processing and
– Selling of agricultural products for the benefit of man

WK 4-5 Importance of Agriculture
– Provision of food
– Provision of shelter
– Provision of income (money)
– Provision of employment/job opportunities
– Provision of raw materials like cotton lint, latex and skin of farm animals
– Provision of clothing
– Medicinal herbs
– Provision of foreign exchange
– Provision of transport – (use of animals like horses,donkey, and camels)
– Provision of reaction and sports (use of animals like rabbits, elephants, dogs and cock).

WK 6-7 Problems of Agriculture
– Use of crude implements (hoes and cutlasses)
– Unstable government policies
– Bad roads
– Lack of storage facilities
– Lack of improved seed
– Land tenure system
– Transportation problem
– Lack of medicinal facilities in the farm setting.

WK 8-9. People in Agriculture
– Crop farmers
– Animals rearers/livestock farmers
– Soil scientist
– Fisherman
– Veterinary doctors
– Horticulturists (gardeners)
– Agricultural engineers
– Agricultural economists
– Market people
– Agricultural teachers

WK 10-11. Origin of farming
– Originated in the near east by the early men
– Hunters and gatherers of plants
– Sharp digging stick as the first tool
– The early men were wanderers
12. Revision
13. Examination


WK 1. Review of last term’s work

WK 2-3. (A). Climate
– Meaning
– What constitute climate
i. Temperature
ii. Rainfall
iii. Light
iv. Wind
v. Humidity
vi. Atmospheric pressure
(B). Drawing a map showing the major vegetation zones

WK 4. Distribution of crops (with examples)
i. Savannah and semi arid
Examples of crops: millet, cowpea, groundnut, cotton, rice, cactus, baobab, neem.
Common areas: sokoto, kebbi, kano, borno, taraba, Kaduna, adamawa.
ii. Derived Savannah
Examples of crops: guinea corn, maize, yam, soyabeans
Common areas: Kwara, oyo, osun, enugu, and anambra
iii. Rainforest
Examples of crops: cocoa, rubber, yam, timber, Kolanut, fruits, palm oil, cassava, cocoyam
iv. Swamp
Examples of crops: coconut
Common areas: all states with many waters.
v. Savannah
Examples of crops: millet, wheat and neem
Common areas: sokoto, kebbi, kastina, kano jigawa, bauchi and borno.

WK 5. Distribution animals
i. Savannah and semi arid
Examples of animals: cattle
Common areas: sokoto, kebbi, Kano, borno, taraba, Kaduna, adamawa
ii. Derived Savannah
Examples of animals: sheep, goat and cattle
Common areas: Kwara, oyo, osun, enugu, and anambra
iii. Rainforest
Examples of animals: pig
Common areas: All the southern state
iv. Swamp
Examples of animals: fish
Common areas: all states with many waters
v. Savannah
Examples of animals: donkeys and horses
Common areas: sokoto, kebbi, kastina, kano jigawa, bauchi and borno.

WK 6. Reasons for observed distribution of crops and animals. climatic factors
– Rainfall
– Temperature
– Light
– Wind
Other factors apart from climatic conditions that are responsible for distribution are
– Availability of grass
– The type of vegetation and topography
– Customs and beliefs of the people
– Religious beliefs of the people
– Diseases, parasites and pathogens
– Action of man
– The type of soil (crops only)

WK 7. Crop production
Cultural practices for growing vegetables.
(practical) e.g. African Spinach (tete)
(A). Preplanting activities
– Land clearing and stumping
– Preparation of seed bed (30cm to 45cm)
– Manuring
– Preparation of nursery bed and sowing of seeds
– Selection of transplanting seedlings
(B). Post planting operation
– Watering and mulching
– Application of fertilizer
– Staking
– Application of pesticides
– Thinning
– Supplying (replacing of the dead plants)
– Weeding
– Harvesting

WK 8. Production of grain crops
Examples – rice, maize, sorghum, millet and barley
How to grow grain crops e.g.maize Steps
– Choice of site
– Land preparation
– Planting materials
– Seed rate (2 to 3 seeds in a hole)
– Spacing (25cm within rows, 60cm between rows)
– Watering (600 – 1500mm)
– Manuring (NPK (15:1515) at early stage and Ammonium tetraoxosulphate six weeks later
– Weeding

– Pest control (handpicking, use of pesticides, touse of scare crows, use of traps to catch rodents such as squirrels, monkeys, giant rats, grass cutters)
– Harvesting
Maize ——- 90 – 12 days
Rice ——– 180 – 220 days
Sorghum —– 180 — 250 days

WK 9. Production of tuber crops (cassava)
Examples of tuber crops: yam, cocoyam, irish potatoe, sweet potatoe and carrot.
(A). Preplanting activities
– Choice of a suitable site
– Land clearing amd land preparation
– Planting (spacing 1m × 1m), around June (rainy season or around October for dry season planting season or around October For drying season planting
(B). Post planting activities
– Mulching
– Fertilizer application
– Weeding and pest control
– Harvesting (matures 12 – 18 months)

WK 10. Livestock production
(A).Classification of farm animals
– Ruminants : grass eaters e.g. goat, cow, sheep.
– Non – ruminants : Non grass eaters e.g. pig fish, chicken, etc.
(B).Classification of animals based on mode of feeding

WK 11. Classification of animals based on where they live e.g. water – fishes, Land – goat, sheep, cow etc. Classification of animals based on uses
– Milk producer – (goat and cow)
– Meat producer – (cow, goat, guinea pig, pig etc.)

– Egg producer – (chicken, turkey, guinea fowl)
12. Revision
13. Examination


WK 1. Review of last term’s work

WK 2. Livestock production (contd) Rabbit rearing (Male – Buck, Female – Doe)
(A).Choice of rabit for rearing
(i). Ability to grow rapidly
(ii). A good converter of food into body weight
(iii). Ability to resist diseases (disease resistant)
(iv). Ability to give birth to many young ones in a litter.
(v). Good quality hides and skin
(C). Feeding and drinking equipments Feeding materials: Hays, Grasses, Cereals, Grains, Leafy vegetables, Dry bread, Pellected ration, Kitchen waste, Mineral salt, clean cool water, and Concentrates (groundnut, palm kernel Soyabean and cotton seed)
(D) Disease control
(E). Records – birth dates
– Birth dates
– Size of litters at kidling
– Size of litters at weaning

WK 3. Poultry
– Meaning of poultry
– Ways of rearing chicken
i. Traditional method
ii. Modern method
Importance of poultry
i. Source of income
ii. Provision of eggs
iii. Provision of meat
iv. Provision of raw materials
v. Provision of poultry manure
vi. Game (bird like parrot, ostrich and cock are used for games to entertain people)

WK 4. Poultry (contd)
(A). Types of chicken
– Eggs laying chicken
– Table meat chicken
– Dual purpose chicken (for eggs and meat production)
(B). Selection of houses and equipment
– Concrete building
– Wooden and metal cages/wooden shed
(C). Feeds
– Chicks mash (from a day old to about 8 weeks)
– Growers mash (2 months – 4 months (8 – 16 weeks) – Broiler starter (for meat production only (9 – 14 weeks)
– Layers mash (for more eggs)
(D). Source of day old chicks
(E). Housing
System of poultry keeping
– Free – range system
– Semi – intensive
– Intensive system – 1. The fold system
ii. The deep litter system

iii. The battery cage system

WK 5. Sign of ill – health in chicken (poultry contd)
– Roughened feathers
– Discharge from nostril
– Muscorish discharge
– Coughing
– Loss of appetite
– Reduction in egg production among layers
– Retarded growth
– Chicken huddles together and droops as if the birds are feeling cold.
– Birds standing with their eyes closed
– Presence of stores on wattles and combs

WK 6. Farm records (contd)
Types of farm records
– Farm diary
– Farm inventory
– Input records
– Production record
– Consumption records
– Sales record
– Profit and loss account
7-11. Revision


Sources of Income
– Identify sources of income
– Means of getting family income principles of ‘needs’ and ‘wants’
– Explain the differences between needs and Wants
– Identify items of needs and wants

WK 2. How to spend money wisely
– Price comparison
– Ways of wise spending
– Meaning of wise buying and spending
Advantages of wise spending and buying
– It saves money and time
– It saves energy

3. Bulk buying
– Need for listing items on purchase
– Make a list of four market items to buy with cost estimates
– Make a market survey

4. Food and nutrition
Special dishes and drink
Meaning of meal planning
– Revise types and sources of food nutrient and their function
– Explain the meaning of meal planning

Major meals of the day
– Discuss balanced diet
– Identify three major meals of the day

WK 5. Types of food for each meal
– Write down some rules guiding meal planning
– Identify the right foods for each meal menu planning
– Write down simple breakfast, lunch and super/ dinner menu
– Provide simple menu chart for a day

WK 6. Special dishes and drinks
Special dishes and drinks in the locality
– Mention some special dishes in the locality
– Discuss on the traditional/special dishes
-Dishes/drinks for occasions such as:
– Christmas
– Eid-e Kabir
– Birthday
– Wedding

WK 7. Cooking traditional dishes drinks
– Preparation of traditional dishes
– Preparation of special dishes
– Preparation of traditional drinks
Writing of short notes on traditional and special dishes with drinks

WK 8. Meal service and entertainment
– Types of meal service
– Kitchen service
– Tray service
– Table service

– Prepare for practical work
Importance of meal service
– Discuss the importance of meal service e.g. Not to waste food etc.
– List materials required for meal service e.g. Plate, cutleries, tray, napkin, cup etc.

9. Good eating habits
– Washing of hands before meals
– Chewing with mouth closed
– Taking little portion at a time
– State and practice good eating habit
How to receive and entertain guests
– Welcoming guests warmly
– State how to receive and entertain guests

WK 10. Role play serving guests correctly

WK 11. Being a good hostess or host
– Role play reception of guests
– Table laying techniques
– Practice tray service and table laying
– Copy short notes on the item on the chalkboard
12. Revision
13. Examination


WK 1. Meaning of food preservation
– State the meaning of food preservation
– Explain food spoilage, waste and their disadvantages.
Reasons for preserving food
– Mention reason for food preservation and Storage
– State the importance of food preservation and Storage

WK 2. Common methods of food preservation
– Discuss common foods that can be preserved E.g. perishable foods such as meat, fish.
– Identify those foods that should be preserved
– List and explain methods of preservation e.g. Smoking, salting

WK 3. Sun drying under the sun e.g. cereals and roots, Vegetables etc.
– Discuss the reasons for food preservation and how such food should be preserved.
Air drying under room temperature for vegetables
– Importance of air drying vegetables under room temperature e.g.
– To maintain the colour
– To retain the nutrients

WK 4. Freezing and chilling e.g. meat, fish, milk
– Explain the difference between “freezing” and “chilling”

– Highlight and discuss the ways to preserve by chilling.
– Freezing of tomatoes etc.
– Describe how to clean before preservation
– State how to portion it into different container before chilling

WK 5. Food storage methods
– Discuss food storage and labeling
– Demonstration food storage and preservation
– Methods of food storage
– Explain two methods to be used in storing some common foods e.g
– Freezing
– Salting
– Smoking
– Sun drying e.t.c
– Describe food storage and labeling of containers
– copy notes on preservation and storage of foods

WK 6. Home accidents
Safety in the home
– Meaning of home accidents
– Name types of home accidents
– Causes of home accidents
– Spillage of water on the floor
– Dropping of banana and plantain peels on the floor
– Cuts from knives, broken bottles/plates
– Burns and scald from naked fire and hot water.

WK 7. Types of home accidents
– Sprains
– Burns and scalds
– Cuts
– Suffocation
– Poisoning
– Electrical shocks
– Dislocation

WK 8. Prevention of home accidents
-ways of avoiding home accidents e.g.
– By not pouring water on the floor

– By not keeping knives in the plates for washing
– By not dropping peels on the ground/ floor
– By not running behind the curtains
– By not allowing children in the kitchen

WK 9. Prevention of schools accidents
– By picking the broken bottles from the floor/ ground
– By not playing with sharp objects
– By not running on a slippery floor
– By not jumping on the desks and benches.
The first aid box
– Meaning of first aid box
– Contents in the first aid box
– Uses of the contents

WK 10. Introduction to maturity
– Definition of puberty
– Definition of maturity
– Changes observed in the body
– Signs of puberty
– Development of breast for girls
– Menstruation for girls
– Development of deep voice for boys
– Growing of pubic and armpit air

WK 11. Menstrual circle
– Materials to be used and date
Menstrual hygiene
– Cleanliness of the materials used
– Cleanliness of the body
12. Revision
13. Examination


WK 1. Types of sewing machine
– Mention types of sewing machine
– Identify parts of a sewing machine
– State the functions of the parts of a sewing machine
Advantages of the sewing machine
– It makes sewing to be easier and faster
– It makes the work to be neat

WK 2. The uses and cares of the sewing machine
– Explain how to use and care for the sewing machine
– State two ways of caring for sewing machine
– Demonstrate the uses of a sewing machine
– Oil and sun the machine to remove fluffs
– Demonstrate how to pack and store a sewing machine
– Write notes on the uses and care of the sewing machine

WK 3. Measuring and sewing tools
– Identify measuring tools
– mention different types of measuring tools to the pupils
– Taking body measurement
– Guide the pupils in taking and record of body measured
– Explain how to take body measurement accurately

WK 4. Sketching of simple apron and cap using the body measurement.
– Sketch an apron and cap for self on brown paper
– Explain how to cut out the sketch apron and cap pattern for sewing
– Pin pattern on pieces of fabrics
– and cut, sew on apron and cap.
– Practice sewing apron and cap to exhibit their products.
– Write steps in apron and cap construction

WK 5. Income yielding crafts
– Define income yielding crafts
– Identify different articles which could be made for house hold use and for sale e.g Head rest, table mat napkins, purse, arm rest e.t.c.
Importance of income yielding crafts
– Discuss the importance of earnings an income from making crafts
– Demonstrate how to make some income yield crafts and list five home crafts

WK 6. Types of home made crafts e.g

– Table mat, purse, shopping bag curtain holder, napkins, handkerchiefs, Pot holders, bibs, arm rest. Etc.
– Pick a crafts among those listed and produce production of income yielding crafts
– Make one crafts for display
– Go round the class and assist the pupils as they make their crafts
– Write notes for pupils to copy
– Exhibit the product for sale

7-12. Revision
13. Examination



WK 1. Paul’s early life
(i). Paul’s name, nationality and religion. Acts 22:3-5
(ii). Paul’s was a Hebrew and a Greek. He was originally a Judaic and later a Christian Acts 23:6

WK 2. Paul’s Conversion
(i). The meaning of conversion
(ii). Paul’s proposal journey to Damascus. Acts 9:1-9
(iii). Paul’s conversion, baptism and mission Acts 9:10-19, 20-30

WK 3. Importance of Paul’s conversion. Acts 9:1-30

WK 4. Paul’s mission (i)
(i). Paul at Antioch in Pisidia. Acts 13:13-42
(ii). Paul at Lystra and Derbe. Acts 14:5-19
(iii). Paul preached to different people Acts 14:20-28

WK 5. Paul’s mission (cotn’d) (ii)
(i). Paul at Corinth Acts 18:1-3
(ii). Paul preached to the Jews and Gentiles Acts 18:4-8
(iii). Paul preached to all the nations in his Communities Acts 18:11-18

WK 6. Paul in Europe (i)
(i). Paul journey from Troas to Macedonia Ref bible: Acts 16:6-15

WK 7. Paul in Europe (ii)
(i). Story of the conversion of Lydia Acts 16:11-40
(ii). Significance of the conversion of Lydia

WK 8. The Epistles of Paul (i)
(i). Major communities visited by Paul during his missionary work Acts 18:16-19
(ii). Reasons Paul wrote Epistle

WK 9. The Epistles of Paul (ii)
(i). Names of Paul’s Epistle

WK 10. Paul met opposition at Phillippi
(i). Meaning of the spirit of divination
(ii). Paul casts out a spirit of divination
(iii). The conversion and baptism of the jailer Acts 16:20-26
(iv). The release of Paul and Silas. Acts 16:27-40
11. Revision of the term’s work
12. Examination and closing


WK 1. Goal Setting
(i). Types of Goal Setting
(ii). Importance of Goal Setting Luke 14:27-28
(iii). Basic steps for achieving goals. Luke 14:29-33

WK 2. Decision Making
(i). Meaning of Decision Making
(ii). Importance of decision making. Ephesians 5:16
(iii). Examples of decision making

WK 3. Value of hard work
(i). Paul’s letter to the Thessalonians II Thessalonians 3:6-15
(ii). Dignity of labour and its advantages
(iii). Aiding labour with prayer

WK 4. Ordered relationship in the family, church and society.
(i). Relationship within the family e.g. Husband and wife, parents and children. Ephesians 5:21-23
(ii). Relationship within the church. Colossians 3:18-25
(iii). Relationship within the society

WK 5. Temptations
(i). Meaning of temptation. Matt 4:1-11
(ii). Causes of temptation. James 1:12-15
(iii). Ways of overcoming temptation. Luke 12:13-21

WK 6. Corruption
(i). Meaning of corruption
(ii). Causes of corruption
(iii). Ways of overcoming corruption

WK 7. Moderation in Christian life
(i). What is Moderation?
(ii). Moderation in eating and drinking. Daniel 1:6-16
(iii). Evil of smoking. Proverb 20:1, 20-23
(iv). Alcoholism. 1 cor 6:10, 23-29, Gal 5:21

WK 8. Love of money (i)
(i). What is money?
(ii). What is wealth?
(iii). Uses of money and wealth. Luke 12:15 1 timothy 6:17-19

WK 9. Love of money (ii)
(i). The right attitude to money. Lk 12:15, 1 tim 6:6-14
(ii). Dangers of excessive love of money and wealth Matt 16:24, 26:33, Lk 12:15, 22-31

WK 10. God make men and women
(i). What is creation?
(ii). Roles of men and women. Gen 2:18-27, 3:13-19
(iii). Confusing gender distinction. Ephe 5:21-33
(iv). Misconception about the differences between Men and women

WK 11. Proper Expression of sexuality
(i). What is sexuality?
(ii). Marriage is the proper place to express ones sexuality. Hebrew 13:4
(iii). Reasons for reserving sex for marriage songs of Solomon 3:5
(iv). Benefits of expressing ones sexuality in marriage. Songs of Solomon 3:5, 8:4-7 Hebrew 13:4

12-13 Revision/Examination


WK 1. Choosing a career
(i). What is a career?
(ii). Different types of careers. II Thessalonians 3:6-13
(iii). Dignity of labour. James 2:17-20

WK 2. The coming of Christianity to Nigeria (i)
(i). List of various Christian missions (churches) now operating in Nigeria
(ii). Approximate dates of the arrival of the Missionaries.
(iii). Activities of the early missionaries

WK 3. The coming of Christianity to Nigeria (ii)
(i). The spread of Christianity by nity from the cost to the various parts of the country.
(ii). The major Indigenous churches e.g. ECWA, Celestial, gospel faith, cherubim & seraphim, holy saviour, Christ Apostolic Church. Etc

WK 4. The Biographies of Christians Leaders
(i). The format to be followed in treating the Biography of any leader selected as follows:
(A). Name of the Christians leader
(B). Place and date of birth
(C). education
(D). Occupation and career
(E). Outstanding contribution to the church and the community.
(F). Special virtues
(G). If dead, place and date of death

WK 5. Biographies of Christians leader continued as in Week 4
6-7. Revision of 1st term’s work

8-9. Revision of 2nd term’s work

10-11. Examination


WK 1 &2 Still Life Drawing
– Meaning of still life drawing
-Still life objects in pot, a cup, a bowl, a kettle, a Jug e.t.c

3-4 Introductions to Life Drawing
– Meaning of Life Drawing
– Life drawing is the process of drawing the human figure from observation of model (someone who poses for artist to draw, paint e.t.c)
– Part of the body
– Head, hands, legs, stomach e.t.c
– Model direction person to poses at be set in the centre of class while pupils surround and draw from different sides.

WK 5. Imaginative Composition
– Meaning of Imaginative Composition

WK 6-7 Experiences that can be composed
– A scene of musicians and dancers in a local festival
– An interesting scene in a local ceremony such as marriage, child naming, title taking e.t.c
– Two rams fighting
– Two boys wrestling on a field

WK 8-9 Introductions to the tie and Dye.

10-12 Revision/Examination



WK 1 &2. Still Life Drawing
– Meaning of still life drawing
-Still life objects in pot, a cup, a bowl, a kettle, a Jug e.t.c

WK 3-4 Introductions to Life Drawing
– Meaning of Life Drawing
– Life drawing is the process of drawing the human figure from observation of model (someone whop poses for artist to draw, paint e.t.c)
– Part of the body
– Head, hands, legs, stomach e.t.c
– Model direction person to poses at be set in the centre of class while pupils surround and draw from different sides

WK 5. Imaginative Composition
– Meaning of Imaginative Composition

WK 6-7 Experiences that can be composed
– A scene of musicians and dancers in a local festival
– An interesting scene in a local ceremony such as marriage, child naming, title taking e.t.c
– Two rams fighting
– Two boys wrestling on a field

WK 8-9 Introductions to the tie and Dye

– Meaning of tie and dye
– Methods of making Tie – dye
– Folding
– Typing
– Knotting
– Pleating method
– Stitching
– Marbling method

WK 10-11 Producing tie and dye using any method
– Batik is a method of creating patterns on fabric by applying wax to areas of the cloth, which will then retain their original colour during dyeing

WK 12. Introduction of beads making
Meaning of beads
– Uses of beads
– Materials for beads making
– Making of beads

13. Revision and Examination


WK 1-2 Rhythms Pattern
– Meaning of rhythm
– Patterns of beats
– Types of rhythm
Simple rhythms
Complex rhythms

– Clapping to rhythm
– Rhythms in twos
– Rhythms in threes
– Rhythms in fours e.t.c

3. Melody making choir
– Meaning of choir
– Parts in choir
– Different types of singing
– Identification of Melodic part in a four part singing

WK 4-5 Introductions to Elements of drama
– Elements of Drama
– Written / Unwritten (plot, language, characterization)
– Actor/ Actress
– Stage, Audience, Sound
– Lighting

WK 6-7 Creating Drama
– Characteristics of form of drama creation
– Basic forms of drama creation unexplained
– Scripted (Written)
– Unscripted (unwritten, verbal, improvised)

WK 8-9 Casting and Rehearsal/ Meaning
– Drama Construction Processes
– Skills required by an actor
– Memorization and focus
– Confidence

WK 10. Introduction to staging a play
– Meaning of staging a play
– Personnel involved in staging a play

WK 11-12 Utilization of Natural Resources

– Natural resources in Nigeria
– Iron Ore
– Crude oil
– Natural gas
– Crushed rocks
– Gravel
– Clay
– Lime stone
– Gypsum
– Uses of mineral resources
– Industries and Natural Resources
– Utilization

WK 13. Revision and Examination
1-2 – Values and maintenance
– Meaning of value
– Relationship between values and maintenance

WK 3-4 – How to add value through maintenance e.g by
– Old news papers and magazines especially the colored page
– Broken plastic can be cut healthy into beautiful shape and used as color palette
– Bottle Caps, broken places of glass

WK 5-6 Recycling functional Art work
– Recycling items
– toy

– Plates and cups
– Packages
– Decorative Materials wall hanger
– Method of Recycling
– Producing recycle work paper Mache, Pound Paper

WK 7-8 Recycling for functional Art works
– Users of recycled
– Characteristics of recycled products
9-10 Revision
11-12 Revision
13 Revision