Plan Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work by Subjects

Last Updated on April 2, 2021 by Alabi M. S.

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMPULSORY CORE SUBJECTS 

 

1. BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 

 

 

2. CIVIC EDUCATION 

 

 

3. COMPUTER STUDIES 

 

 

4. CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS  

 

 

5. ENGLISH STUDIES 

 

 

 

 

6. MATHEMATICS 

 

 

7. PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION 

 

 

8. SECURITY EDUCATION 

 

 

9. SOCIAL STUDIES 

 

 

ONE MAJOR NIGERIAN LANGUAGE 

  • Hausa Language
  • Igbo Language
  • Yoruba Language

 

 

RELIGIOUS LANGUAGE 

10. CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES 

  • Islamic Religious Knowledge

 

 

ELECTIVE COMPULSORY SUBJECTS 

11. AGRICULTURE 

 

12. HOME ECONOMICS 

 

 

  • Note – Agriculture and Home Economics are compulsory subjects. 

 

The above Plan Lesson Notes prepared according to Lagos State Scheme of Work.

  • Lagos State These schemes of work were drawn in accordance with the Federal Ministry of Education, Nation Curriculum for Middle Basic Classes (Primary 4 – 6).
  • Produce by the Nigerian Education Research and development (NERDC) 2005.

 

Pre – Primary School 

 

LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOLS 

 

 

UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOLS 

 

 

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

 

 

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