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Primary 1 History Scheme of Work

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About History Scheme of Work for Primary 1

This history scheme of work for history centers on Lagos State as the syllabus used is Lagos State Government Ministry of Education Unified Schemes of Work for Primary Schools. In this scheme the pupils will be introduced to history for the first time, then they will be encouraged to know about their family history.

This scheme will also expose them to the origin of the people in Lagos; The Aworis (The Ideja), The Edos, The Ijebus, and The Eguns. They will also be taught about the relevant heroines in the community, festivals in Lagos and when they are celebrated, traditional music and musicians, and the traditional rulers and how they are crowned and what can cause their impeachment.

The purpose of the content of this history is to educate and enlighten the pupils about their origin, so as to make them aware of their origin. This will build the spirit of nationality at the grassroots level.

Primary 1 First Term Scheme of Work for History

 LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF EDUCATION UNIFIED SCHEMES OF WORK FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS.
 History Scheme of Work for Primary/Basic 1
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 1
 SUBJECTHistory
 TERMFirst Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1-2Introduction to History.By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1, explain the meaning of Hist0ry;
2. mention the Father of Modern History
3. relate why we study History
4. research how historical knowledge is obtained.
3-4FAMILY HISTORY
What is family?
Types of family?
Meaning of family Histoly
Importance of family History?
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
I.explain the meaning Family;
2.mention the types of family;
3. explain the meaning of family History;
4. justify the importance of family History
5-6HISTORICAL ORIGIN OF PEOPLES IN LAGOS
STATE (FIRST GROUP OF SETTLERS IN LAGOS)
The Awori’s (The Ideja)
The Edos
The Ijebus
The Eguns
By the end of lesson Pupils should be able to:
I.Discuss the origin of Awori ijebus;
2.explain the origin of the Edos and Egun;
3.relate the sequence in which these groups settled /emerged
in Lagos state
4.differentiate among these people of Lagos State
7MID-TERM BREAK
8-9PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY
Various group of people in your school community
By the end of lesson Pupils should be able to:
1. mention the various group of people in the school
community
2. describe the various group of people in the school
community.
3. mention the names of the local goverment area where the
school is located.
4. predict rthe possible composition of the community in
the future.
10-11IMPORTANT PLACES OF HISTORY IN LAGOS STATE.
Governor’s office, First storey building in Nigeria
Local Government Headquarters,Railway Terminal,
Lagos state House of Assembly Complex ,Bar Beach ,
National Theatre ,Lekki Conservation centre
Tafawa Balewa Square e.t.c.
By the end of the lesson people should be able to:
I.Give the examples of important places of historical
significance in Lagos state;
2.Explain important places of historical significance in
Lagos state
3.Tell why places in Lagos State are regardcd as important and
of historical significance
4, Relate how thcse places of historical significance conmbute
to the cconomic growth ofLagos
12RevisionGeneral Revision of the First tcrm work
13EXAMINATION

 

Primary 1 Second Term Scheme of Work for History

 CLASSPrimary/Basic 1
 SUBJECTHistory
 TERMSecond Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1RevisionGeneral revision of the first term work and examination
2-3HEROES IN THE
COMMUNITY Who is a Hero? Notable heroes in the Community.
The backgrounds and achievement of heroes
ofhemes in the community
By the end or the lesson Pupils should be able to:
I.Explain who is a hero is;
2.Give examples of heroes in the community;
3.Relate the background and the achievements of the heroes in
the community
4.Examine the importance of Heroes to the community
4-5Heroines in the community
who is a Heroine?
Notable Heroines in the community
The background and achievements of the heroine in the
community.
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
I.Define a heroine?
2.Mention examples of heroine
3. examine the background and achievements of the heroine
4. Relate the contributions of heroines to the development of
the community
6FESTIVALS IN LAGOS
What is a festival?
Notable festival in lagos i.e. Eyo, Kayo-layo, Egungun,
Igunuke, Jigbo, Gelede etc
Importance of festival in lagos.
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. explain the meaning of festival
2. mention the types of festival in Lagos
3. relate the importance of the festivals in Lagos to history
4. differntiate among festivals in Lagos.
7MID TERM BREAK
8-9Traditional Musics in Lagos
What is traditional music
What type of traditional music are found in Lagos?
were, wako. sakam.
The first traditional music and musician in Lagos.
By the end of the lesson pupil should be able to:
1. Explain the meaning of the Traditional Music found in Lagos
2. State the type of Traditional music in Lagos.
3. Mention the first Traditional music in Lagos
4. Distinguish among the traditional Music types in Lagos.
10-11TRADITIONAL HAND CRAFT IN LAGOS
Whatis traditional handcraft?
Traditional handcrafts in lagos i.e. mat pottery,
basket weaving , blacksmithing, wood caning etc
Prominent individuals engaged in traditional
handcraft in Lagos
By the end ofthc lesson pupils should bc able to:
I.Explain the meaning of traditional handcraft;
2.Mcntion the types of traditional handcrafts in Lagos
3.Examine promincnt individuals cngagcd in traditional
handcrafts in Lagos,
4.Rclate importance of traditional handcrafts to the history
Lagos.
12REVISIONGeneral Revision of the second term’s work
13EXAMINATION

 

Primary 1 Third Term Scheme of Work for History

 CLASSPrimary/Basic 1
 SUBJECTHistory
 TERMThird Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1REVISIONGeneral revision of the second term work
2-3TRADITIONAL RULERS IN LAGOS
1.Who is a traditional ruler?
2. Mention Paramount Traditional rulers in Lagos
3. ReIate How traditional rulers are chosen
4.Examine the historical significance of traditional ruler
in Lagos
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1, explain the meaning of traditional ruler.
2. describe a paramount traditional ruler
3. outline why traditional rulers are important to the history
of lagos
4The name of traditional ruler in the community
where school is located, of the traditional ruler title.
The origin of the traditional ruler’s in the community
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1.Recall the name of treaditional ruler in the community where
the school is located;
2. Mention the title of the traditional ruer in the community
where the school is located
3.Examine the origin of the traditional ruler-ship in the
community
4.Classify the traditional ruler in the community into the
appropriate category of traditional in ruler in Lagos
5THE PROCEDURES OF BECOMING A TRADITONAL
RULER IN LAGOS
-The various traditional rites involved before an
individual becomes a traditional ruler in Lagos
-Items involved in the instalation or coronation of a
traditional ruler in Lagos i.e. Akoko leaves etc.
-How a traditional ruler lagos is deposed/dethroned
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. explain the procedures of becoming a traditional ruler in
lagos
2. mention the various traditional rite involve before an
individual becomes a traditional ruler in Lagos.
3. discuss the item involve in the installation or coronation of a
traditional ruler in Lagos.
4. relate how a traditional ruler in Lagos is dethroned.
6SYMBOLS OF TRADITIONAL RULERS AUTHORITY.
The uses ofthe symbols oftraditional ruler, authority the
composition materials used in producing symbols
of traditional rulers authority.
The relevance of these Symbols of Traditional rulers authority
to history
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Explain symbols of traditional Ruler authority
2. Discuss the uses of the symbol of authority of traditional
ruler
3.Mention the material the symbol of authority are made of
4.Tell why these symbols of traditional rulers authority are
relevant to History
7MID TERM BREAK
8THE ROLES OF TRADITIONAL RULERS
-Political role, Religious Role and Judicial Roles etc
-Limitation to the power ofthe traditional rulers
By the end of the lesson, pupils should bc ablc to:
1. Discuss thc roles of traditional rulers
2. Discuss the political rolcs of traditional rulers;
3. Explain the rcligious and Judicial roles of traditional rulers
4.Relate the limitation to the power of the traditional ruler
9TITLE HOLDERS
-Who is a title Holder?
-The various types of title holders in the community
i.e. Balogun, Iplode, Apena Oluwo etc
-Criteria for making a person a traditional title holder,
-condition that can result in the removal of title holder
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
I.Explain who is a title holder
2. Mention the types of title holders in the community
3.Discuss the criteria for making a person a traditional title
holder
4.TeIl why a tide holder may be removed from his/her position
10DUTIES OF TRADITIONAL TITLE HOLDERS
-Various duties of title holders
– Importance of traditonal title holder
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1.Mention the duties carried out by title holders;
2.Research the importance of title holder in the community;
3Discuss the duties of å title holders the community;
4. examine the short comings of the title holders.
11THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHAIRPERSON
-What is a local government’
-The name of the local government area where the
school is located
-The name of the local government chairperson
-Functions of the local Government Chairperson
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Define a local government and explain who a local
govemment chairperson is
2.Give the name of the local government chairperson
12REVISIONGeneral Revision of third term work
13EXAMINATION

 

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