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WELCOME TO HISTORY CLASS CONTENT FOR THE SESSION

FIRST TERM BEGINS!

WEEK 1                     TOPIC: INTRODUCTION TO HISTORY

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Describe the importance of history.
  • Analyze the reasons for studying History.

WEEK 2                   TOPIC: YORUBA PRE-COLONIAL POLITICAL SYSTEM IN NIGERIA

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Identify thr name of leaders in the Yoruba political system.
  • Describe the story of the Yoruba pre-colonial system in nigeria.
  • Discuss in their own words the relevance of the pre-colonial era.

WEEK 3.             TOPIC: IGBO PRE-COLONIAL POLITICAL SYSTEM IN NIGERIA

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Identify thr name of leaders in the Igbo political system.
  • Distinguish between the Yoruba pre-colonial system and the Igbo pre-colonial system.
  • Discuss in their own words the relevance of the pre-colonial era.

WEEK 4               TOPIC: HAUSA/FULANI PRE-COLONIAL POLITICAL SYSTEM IN NIGERIA

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Identify the name of leaders in the Hausa/ Fulani political system.
  • Distinguish between the Yoruba pre-colonial system and the Hausa pre-colonial system.
  • Discuss in their own words the relevance of the pre-colonial era.

WEEK 5:6               TOPIC: SLAVE TRADE IN AFRICA

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Understands the encounters between Western Europeans and the Arab slave traders.
  • Describe the modern forns of slavery.
  • Explain the effect of slavery on the local people.

WEEK 8:9                       TOPIC: TRIANGULAR SLAVE TRADE ROUTE

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Understands the encounters between Europeans and people of Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Discuss the origin and consequence of the trans-Atlantic African slave trade.
  • Describe the pattern of change in Africa in the era of the slave trade.

WEEK 10.                          TOPIC: FREEDOM IN FREETOWN

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Describe who found the province of freedom and how?
  • State the names of those who are instrumental in the British Empire’s abolition of the Trans- Atlantic slave trade.

WEEK 11.                        TOPIC: FORMER SLAVE BECOME FREE

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

• Describe Samuel Ajayi Crowther using the seven fact.

• Explain how Samuel Ajayi Crowther became free.

 

SECOND TERM BEGINS

WEEK 1: REVISION

WEEK 2–3: THE HISTORY OF WATERWAYS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Outline at least three pros and cons of waterways.
  • Describe the History of waterways
  • Discuss the importance of waterways to slave trade.
  • Highlight the importance of water ways today.

WEEK 4-5: THE COLONIAL NIGERIA

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Explain the coming of the British to Nigeria
  • Discuss the Birth of Nigeria.

WEEK 6: DECOLONIZATION

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Explain the meaning of decolonization.
  • Discuss the roles of significant individuals involved in the fight for Nigerian freedom.

WEEK 8–9: FIGHT FOR CIVIL RIGHTS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Discuss the roles of civil rights groups.
  • Justify the agitation for the human rights by the civil right group.

WEEK 10–11: EARLY CIVILISATION (BENIN)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Locate the Kingdom of Benin on Google map.
  • Describe what the Kings and chiefs of the Benin Kingdom looked like.

WEEK 12: NIGERIAN NATIONALIST LEADERS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Identify significant roles played by

Herbert Macaulay, Nnamdi Azikiwe, Obafemi Awolowo,

Margaret Ekpo and Tafawa Balewa in Nigeria.

 

THIRD TERM BEGINS

WEEK 1:                             REVISION                                                           

WEEK 2:                            EARLY CIVILISATION (BENIN)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:By the end of this lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Locate the Kingdom of Benin on Google map.
  • Describe what the Kings and chiefs of the Benin Kingdom looked like.

WEEK 3                           NIGERIA BEFORE AMALGAMATION AND AFTER AMALGAMATION

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:            By the end of the lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Evaluate the roles of the nationalist to Nigeria today.
  • Outline the various protectorates prior to amalgamation
  • State the Regional leaders of the various regions before the amalgamation.

WEEK 4:                                          HISTORY OF MILITARY RULE IN NIGERIA (1966-1998)              LEARNING OBJECTIVES:              Learners should be able to:

  • List Nigerian military rulers since independence
  • State the pioneers of the various military coup
  • State the effects of military rule in Nigerian development
  • Argue for or against The benefits of military rule in Nigeria since Independence.

WEEK 5:                                          THE NIGERIAN CIVIL WAR

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:            Learners should be able to:

  • Identify and discuss events leading to the civil war in Nigeria
  • Discuss the effects of coups and unchecked assassinations of leaders as one reason for civil war in Nigeria
  • Discuss the causes and effects of conflicts in a society
  • Highlight processes involved in conflict resolution as a way of rebuilding the nation after the civil war through education for peace and religious tolerance.

WEEK 6/8:                                          CIVILIAN RULE (1999 TO PRESENT)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:                       Learners should be able to:

  • State the civilian leaders since independence
  • Create a timeline of civilian rule in Nigeria since independence
  • Explore the use of Argumentative Essays to argue for or against “Military or civilian rule: Which is better?”

WEEK 7:                        MIDTERM BREAK

WEEK 9/10:               EARLY HISTORY OF SOME OF AFRCAN STATES.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:                              Learners should be able to:

  • State the dates of independence of major African countries
  • Explain the conditions around which their independence was attained

 

INTRODUCTION TO HISTORY

1
PRESENTATION
2
VIDEO

YORUBA-PRECOLONIAL NIGERIA

1
INTRODUCTION
2
PRESENTATION
3
ZOOM LINK
4
STUDY THE VIDEO ON FACT ABOUT NIGERIA
5
REVISION VIDEO

HISTORY MID TERM ASSESSMENT

1
PRESENTATION

IGBO PRE-COLONIAL POLITICAL SYSTEM IN NIGERIA

1
INTRODUCTION
2
STUDY TIME!
3
IGBO PRE-COLONIAL SYSTEM
6 questions

THE HAUSA/FULANI PRE-COLONIAL SYSTEM

1
STUDY TIME
2
PRESENTATION

THE TRIANGULAR SLAVE TRADE IN AFRICA

1
WHAT IS SLAVE TRADE ALL ABOUT?
2
INTRODUCTION TO SLAVERY
3
YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS OUT ON THIS!

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION

1
BEST OF LUCK! BE SURE TO GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT.

SECOND TERM BEGINS!

WEEK 2-3:THE COLONIAL NIGERIA

1
INTODUCUTION
2
STUDY MATERIAL ON THE COLONIAL NIGERIA.
3
EFFECT OF COLONIALISM IN NIGERIA.
4
HOW MUCH CAN YOU REMEMBER?
10 questions

WEEK4-5: THE HISTORY OF WATERWAYS

1
STUDY MATERIAL ON WATERWAYS.
2
PROS AND CONS OF WATERWAYS.
3
GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT
10 questions

MID STAKE ASSESSMENT 9TH FEBRUARY 2021.

1
HISTORY ASSESSMENT.

WEEK 6: DECOLONIZATION

1
WHAT IS DECOLONIZATION?
2
WHO FOUGHT FOR INDEPENDENCE?
3
THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM
4
THE FIGHT FOR INDEPENDENCE CONTINUED
5
DECOLONIZATIO HOMEWORK

WEEK 12: NIGERIAN NATIONALIST LEADERS

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION

1
GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT! BEST OF LUCK.

THIRD TERM BEGINS!

1
WEEK 1: REVISION

WEEK 2: FIGHT FOR CIVIL RIGHTS

1
WHAT IS CIVIL RIGHT
2
NIGERIA FREEDOM FIGHTERS
3
MARTIN LUTHER KING JNR
4
NELSON MANDELA

WEEK 3: NIGERIA BEFORE AMALGAMATION AND AFTER AMALGAMATION

1
NIGERIA BEFORE AMALGAMATION
2
AFTER AMALGAMATION

WEEK 4: EARLY CIVILISATION (BENIN)

1
HOW DID THE KIGDOM OF BENIN BEGIN
2
THE HISTORY OF ANCIENT BENIN KIGDOM
3
ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS IN YOUR NOTEBOOK

WEEK 5: HISTORY OF MILITARY RULE IN NIGERIA (1966-1998)

1
VIDEO ON MILITARY RULE
2
LESSON MATERIAL

WEEK 6: THE NIGERIAN CIVIL WAR

WEEK 10: REVISION

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