Primary 3 History Scheme of Work

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This History for Primary 3 scheme is obtained from the Lagos State Government Ministry of Education Unified Scheme. The topics covered in this class cover both Nigeria and Lagos State. 

They aim to expose the pupils to more about their environmental and political history. The pupils would be exposed to the geopolitical zones in Nigeria and other beneficial topics.

The topics covered are; Nigerian people, South-West geo-political zone people(ancient and modern), the origin of the people of the South-South geopolitical zone in Nigeria(modern), South-East geopolitical zone(modern), North-East geopolitical zone peoples(modern), North-Central geopolitical zone, North-West geopolitical zone(modern), early heroes and heroines in Lagos, early heroes and heroines in Nigeria, types of settlements in Nigeria and in Lagos (ancient and modern) etc.

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Primary 3 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 3
WEEK
CLASSPrimary/Basic 3
SUBJECTHistory
TERMFirst Term
TOPICSLearning Objectives
1NIGERIAN PEOPLE
-Geopolitical zones of Nigeria.
-The states that comprise the geopolitical
zones
By the end of the lesson, pupils should bc ablc to:
1. Explain the meaning ofa geopolitical zone;
2. Mention thc number of geopolitical zones in Nigeria
3. Examine the states that comprise thc geo-political zones
4. Justify the division of Nigeria into thc geo-political zones
2SOUTH-WEST GEO-POLITICAL ZONE
PEOPLE (ANCIENT & MODERN)
By the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Name the Nigerian peoples in the zone and their
2. Explain the main occupations of Yoruba and Egan people
in the pæ-colonial times and post- colonial times.
3. Discuss the main mode of transportaticn of people of the
geopolitical zone in the pre-colonial times and post-colonial
times
4. Examine the various levels of the peoples of the
South-West geopolitical zone;
5. Relate the origin of the people in the South West
geopolitical zone.
3SOUTH-WEST GEOPOLITICAL ZONE
IN NIGERIA (ANCIENT )
By die end offfe lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Name the Nigerian people in South-West geopolitial zone
and their locations;
2. list the states in the South- West geopolitical zones;
3. Explain the main pre-colonial ocupations in the
South-West zone;
4. Describe the main modes of transport in the zone;
5. Examine the social organization in the South-West South
geopolitical zone.
6. Analyze the political organization of the peoples of the
South-South zone;
7. Relate the various tradition of the people of the
South-South zone.
4The origin of the peoples of the
South-South geopolitical zone
SOUTH-SOUTH GEOPOLITICAI ZONE
IN NIGERIA (MODERN)
By the encl of the lesson, Pupils should able to:
1. Give the states in the South-South geopolitical tone;
2. Name the capitals of the states in the south-south
geopolitical zone;
5SOUTH-SOUTH GEOPOLITICAL ZONE
(ANCIENT)CONTD
By the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Discuss the natural resources in south-South geopolitical
zone of Nigeria.
2. Mention the main precolonial occupations in the
south-east geopolitical zone;
3. Describe the main mode of t:ransport in the
south-east zone;
4. Discuss the levels of Socialisation in South-South
5. Pupils are guided into research the origin of the people
of South-South
6SOUTH-EAST GEOPOLITICAL ZONE
(MODERN)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Name thesbtes in the south-east zone;
2. Mention the capitals ofthe states in the south-east
geopolitical zone;
7MID TERM BREAK
8SOUTH-EAST GEOPOLITICAL ZONES
PEOPLES (ANCIENT) CONTD
By the end of åe lesson. Pupils should be able to:
1. Pupils in pairs, write the natural resources in South-East
2. Each pupils research on the past and present governors
of South-East
9NORTH-EAST GEOPOLITICAI ZONES
PEOPLES (MODERN)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to.
1. Name the states that comprise the northeast
geopolitical zone;
2. Give the capitals of the states in the north east zone;
3. Research the cmrrcnt governors of the northeast
geopolitical zone;
4. Examine the natural resources of the northeast
geopolitical zone.
10NORTH-CENTRAL GEOPOLITICAL
ZONE
-The levels of socializtion in the north
central geopolitical zone.
-The traditions of origins of the people of
the north central geopolitical zone
By thc end ofthc lcsson, pupils should bc ablc to:
1. Give the names of the peoples of north central
geopolitical zone and their various locations;
2. Mention the main pre-colonial occupation of the people
of north central geopolitical zone;
3. the main pre-colonial mode of transport of the people of
north central geopolitical zone;
4. Relate the levels of socialization in the north central
geopilitical zone;
S. Examine the traditions of origins of the people of the
north central geopolitial zone.
11NORTH-WEST GEOPOLITICAL ZONE
(MODERN)
By the end of the lesson, pupils be able to:
1. Mention the states that comprise North West geopolitical
zone;
2. Name the capitals of the states in the North West
geopolitical zone;
3. Research the natural resources of the North West
geopolitical zone;
4. Examine the current governors of the North West
geopolitical zone.
12-13REVISION & EXAMINATION-General revision of-all the work of the term

Primary 3 Second Term Scheme of Work for History

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 3
 SUBJECTHistory
 TERMSecond Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1REVISION-General revision of primary three first term work and the
examination
2-3EARLY HEROES AND HEROINES
-Who is a hero?
-Who is a heroine? Characteristics of
heroes
-Early heroes and heroines in the
community
By the cnd of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Explain who a hero is;
2, Tell who is a heroine;
3. Describe the characteristics of heroes/heroincs;
4. Examine early heroes and heroines in the community.
4-5EARLY HEROES IN LAGOS STATE
-Notable early heroes in Lagos State i.e.
Sir. Herbert Heelas Olayinka Macaulay,
Sir Candido Da Rocha Oba Kosoko of
Lagos,
Dr. Sapara Williams, Sir. Mobolaji Bank
Anthon , J.K Randle, Chief H. O. Davies,
e.tc Achievements ofthe early heroes in
lagos State.
-The role of the early heroes in the
attainment of Nigeria’s Independence
By the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention the names of notable early heroes in Lagos State;
2. Give brief account of their backgrounds;
3. Discuss their various achievements in Lagos State;
4. Relate their activities towards the attainment of
Nigeria’s Independence
6EARLY HEROINES IN LAGOS STATE
-Notable early heroines in Lagos State i.e.
Madam Efuronye Tinubu,
Madam Abike Pelewura,
Lady Olayinka Abayomi,
Dr, Abimbola Awoliyi
Dr. Simi Johnson.
-Achievements of the notable early heroines
in Lagos State.
-Roles of notable early heroines to
nationalism in Nigeria.
By the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention notable early heroines in Lagos State;
2.Explain the background of the notable early heroines in
Lagos State.
3. Relate the various activities ofthe notable early heroines
in Lagos State.
4. Examine their activities during the nationalist struggles
in Nigeria.
7MID TERM BREAK
8-9EARLY HEROES IN NIGERIA
Notable early heroes in Nigeria i. Jaja of
Opobo, Oba Overamwen in Benin,
Sultan Attahiru in Sokoto, Sarkin
Muhammed Rumfa Kano,
El-Kanemi in Kanem-Bornu Empire,
EtsuTsoede in Nupe land,
Bishop Ajayi Crowder,
-The accomplishments of the early heroes
in Nigeria.
-The background and activities of the early
heroes in Nigeria.
-The form of heroism of the early heroes
in Nigeria.
By the end of the lesson,pupils should be able to:
1. Mention the names of notable early heroes in Nigeria;
2. Explain the accomplishments of the notable early
heroes in Nigeria;
3. Examine the background and activities ofthe notable
early heroes in Nigeria;
4. Ascertain / Establish the form of heroism of the early
heroes in Nigeria.
10-11EARLY HEROINES IN NIGERIA
-Notable early heroines in Nigeria i.e.
Mrs. Funmilayo Ransome Kuti,
Mrs. Margret Ekpo, Queen Amina in Zaria
Queen Idia in Benin.
-Forms of heroism by notable early
heroines in Nigeria
-Background and activities of notable
early heroines in Nigeria.
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Mention notable early heroines in Nigeria;
2. Discuss the achievements of the notable earlyheroines in
Nigeria;
3. Explain the forms of heroism by notable early
heroines in Nigeria
4. Relate the background and activities of notable
early heroines in Nigeria.
12REVISIONGeneral revision of the term’s

Primary 3 Third Term Scheme of Work for History

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 3
 SUBJECTHistory
 TERMThird Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1REVISION-General revision of all the work of primary three second
term and exaniination
2-3TOWNS AND SETTLEMENTS IN
NIGERIA
-Compound
-Community
-Village
-City
By the end of the lesson, pupils should bc able to:
1. Give the meaning of a compound;
2, Explain the meaning of a community;
3, Describe a village;
4, Explain what is a city;
5. Examine what is a city;
6. Relate the features of these concepts
4-5SETTLEMENTS IN LAGOS (ANCIENT)
-Ancient settlements Features of ancient
settlements
-Origin of ancient settlements in lagos

State
-Importance of these settlement.
-Socialization of ancient settlement in
Lagos State.
-Types of settlements i.e. Villages, towns,
e.t.c.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
1, Define ancient settlements;
2. Outline the features of ancient settlements;
3. Mention ancient settlements in Lagos State,
4. Explain the origin of these ancient settlements;
5. Examine the importance of these ancient
6.Relate socialization of ancient setdements in Lagos State;
7. Classify the set-dements in Lagos State into types.

6SETTLEMENTS IN LAGOS STATE
(MODERN)
-Towns, cities, e.tc.
-Modern settlements
-Features of modern settlements
-Modern settlements in
-Lagos State. i.e. Festac Town, Apapa,
Ikoyi,Ghagada, Lckki, Satelite Town, e.t.c
-Importance of these modern settlements.
-Origin of these modern settlements
-Socialization in modern settlements in
Lagos State.
-Types of modem settlements – towns,
cities, Urban, sub urban, Gheto, e.tc.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Explain the meaning of modern settlements;
2. Describe the features of modern settlements
3. Mention modern settlements in Lagos State;
4. Explain the importance of these modern settlements;
5. Discuss the origin of thcsc m0dern settlements in Lagos
State;
6. Examine the socialization in modem settlements in
Lagos State;
7. Categoise modern settlements in Lagos State.
7MID TERM BREAK
8-9SETTLEMENTS IN NIGERIA (ANCIENT)
Ancient towns in Nigeria i.e. Daura,
Ile-ife, Gboko, Aba, Idah, Okene, Lokoja,
Oturkpo, Benin, Oyo, Badagry, Kukawa,
Calabar, Nsukle, e.tc
-Features of ancient towns in Nigeria
-Origins of ancient towns in Nigeria
-Socialization in ancient towns in Nigeria.
-Importance of ancient towns and
settelments in Nigeria.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. List some ancient towns in Nigeria;
2. Write the features of ancient towns in Nigeria;
3. Relate the origins of the ancient towns and settlement in
Nigeria;
4. Research on the importance of ancient towns in Nigeria
10TOWNS SETTLEMENTS IN NIGERIA
(MODERN)
-Modern settlements
-Some modern settlements in Nigeria.
i.e. Abuja, Enugu, Port harcourt, Onne,
Kaduna, Jos, Yola, Akure, etc.
-Origins of these modern settlements and
towns in Nigeria.
-Reasons f0r their establishment
-Socialization in the modern towns and
settlements in Nigeria
– Importance of modern towns and
settlements in Nigeria,
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Explain the meaning of modern settlements;
2. List some modern settlements in Nigeria;
3. Examine the origins of these modern settlements and
towns in Nigeria;
4. Explain why these modern settlements and towns in
Nigeria were establisheu
5.Tell the socialization in the modern towns and
settlelncnts in Nigeria
6, Relate the importance of modern towns and settlements
in Nigeria,

11REVISIONGeneral Revision of the work of the term
12EXAMINATION

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