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HISTORY SS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

HISTORY SS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

HISTORY SS 2 – FIRST TERM

Nigeria in the 19th Century I
1. The Sokoto Caliphate
2. The administration of the Caliphate
3. The impact of the Jihad
4. Bornu under the Shehus The emergence of El-kanemi
5. Developments under El-Kanemi and the Shehus
6. Yoruba land in the 19th Century Oyo Empire
7. The era of Ibadan imperialism
8. The peace treaty of 1886 and its aftermath
9. Benin in the 19th century
10. The first Phase of British Conquest 1851-1900
11. The Second Phase of British Conquest, 1900-1914

British Rule and Nigerian Reaction 1900-1914
12. The early Phase of British rule, 1900-1914
13. The Amalgamation of Nigeria and its Significance.
14. Colonial Rule and Its Impact
a) Central Administration
b) The Colonial Economy
15. Social Development and Inter- Group Relations

 

HISTORY SS 2 – SECOND TERM

The Decolonization Process in Nigeria, 1922-1945
1. Origins of Nationalism
The Decolonization Process in Nigeria, 1945-1960
2. Nationalist movement-s after the Second World War
3. The road to Independence and the attainment of Independence

Nigeria since Independence
4. The First Republic, 1960-1966: Political Developments
5. The First Republic 1960-1966: Social and Economic Developments
Military Intervention in Governance
6. The 1966 Coup D’etat and the Nigerian Civil War

 

HISTORY SS 2 – THIRD TERM

1. The Military Rule and the Reconstruction
2. The Military Administration of 1975-1979
3. The Second Republic 1979-1983

The Return of the Military
4. The Ibrahim Babngida Regime, 1985-1993
5. The Challenges of Democratic Governance. Interim National Government and the Return of the
Military, 1993-1998
6. The Transition and the Fourth Republic
7. Enduring Issues in an Attempt at Nation Building

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PHYSICS SSS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

MARKETING SSS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

MATHEMATICS (MATHS) SSS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

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