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# Free NERDC Curriculum Scheme Of Work For All Classes In Nigeria 2023/2024

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Nigeria Federal Scheme Of Work For all classes for First, Second, and Third-term can be accessed by school teachers, directors, and students.

The Nigerian Ministry of Education has recently introduced a unified scheme of work for  Pre-Nursery, Nursery, Primary (grades one to six), Junior Secondary Schools (JSS 1 to JSS 3), and Senior Secondary (from SSS1 to SSS3).

This scheme of work has been approved for use in all schools, whether government or privately owned, to prepare students for the First School Leaving Certificate (Primary 1 – 6), West African Junior Secondary Certificate Examination (JSS 1 – JSS 3), and the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSS 1 – SSS 3)

Given that the government has approved this scheme of work for all Primary, Junior Secondary and Senior secondary schools in Nigeria, it is essential for schools to adopt it.

The Scheme Of Work which has been approved by the federal government is being uniformly used across all states in Nigeria, including the southern, eastern, and northern regions.

This means that the same scheme of work is being implemented throughout the country for the benefit of all students.

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You can Gain access to a wide range of Comprehensive Examination Questions for various grade levels, including Pre-Nursery, Nursery, Primary (grades one to six), and Secondary (from JSS1 to SSS3). This are just sample of the scheme of work.

### Primary Mathematics Scheme of Work

Term 1: Introduction to Numbers and Basic Operations

Week 1-2: Introduction to numbers (counting 1-20)
Week 3-4: Number sequencing and ordering
Week 7-8: Subtraction within 10
Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 2: Introduction to Shapes and Patterns

Week 1-2: Basic 2D shapes (circle, square, triangle, rectangle)
Week 3-4: Identifying and drawing shapes
Week 5-6: Recognizing and creating simple patterns
Week 7-8: Measurement of length (non-standard units)
Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 3: Introduction to Measurement and Time

Week 1-2: Introduction to measurement (length, weight, capacity)
Week 3-4: Telling time (hour and half-hour)
Week 5-6: Introduction to money (recognizing coins)
Week 7-8: Basic addition and subtraction involving money
Week 9-10: Revision, assessment, and feedback

Term 1: Numbers and Basic Operations (Continuation)

Week 3-4: Subtraction within 20
Week 5-6: Introduction to multiplication (repeated addition)
Week 7-8: Introduction to division (sharing equally)
Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 2: Geometry and Fractions

Week 1-2: Introduction to 3D shapes (sphere, cube, cylinder)
Week 3-4: Fractions (halves, thirds, fourths)
Week 5-6: Understanding and comparing fractions
Week 7-8: Basic geometry and symmetry
Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 3: Measurement and Data Handling

Week 1-2: Measurement (length, weight, capacity – standard units)
Week 3-4: Data collection and basic graphing
Week 5-6: Basic concepts of time (quarter-hour, minutes)
Week 7-8: Introduction to calendar and days of the week
Week 9-10: Revision, assessment, and feedback

## Primary English Scheme Of Work

Term 1: Introduction to Language and Phonics

• Week 1-2: Introduction to language and communication
• Week 3-4: Phonics – Introduction to letter sounds (consonants)
• Week 5-6: Phonics – Introduction to letter sounds (vowels)
• Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 2: Introduction to Reading and Comprehension

• Week 1-2: Basic reading skills (sight words)
• Week 3-4: Reading simple sentences
• Week 7-8: Introduction to story elements (characters, setting, plot)
• Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 3: Introduction to Writing and Spelling

• Week 1-2: Introduction to writing letters and words
• Week 3-4: Spelling basic words
• Week 5-6: Creative writing (simple sentences and short stories)
• Week 7-8: Introduction to punctuation (periods and question marks)
• Week 9-10: Revision, assessment, and feedback

Term 1: Building Reading and Comprehension Skills

• Week 1-2: Reading simple stories and short passages
• Week 3-4: Comprehension skills (identifying main ideas and details)
• Week 5-6: Reading fluency and expression
• Week 7-8: Vocabulary expansion and context clues
• Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 2: Developing Writing and Spelling Skills

• Week 1-2: Sentence structure and grammar (capitalization and punctuation)
• Week 3-4: Creative writing (descriptive paragraphs)
• Week 5-6: Spelling and vocabulary development
• Week 7-8: Introduction to writing letters and friendly notes
• Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 3: Listening and Speaking Skills

• Week 1-2: Listening comprehension (listening to and understanding stories)
• Week 3-4: Oral communication skills (speaking clearly and confidently)
• Week 5-6: Role-play and storytelling activities
• Week 7-8: Public speaking skills (short presentations)
• Week 9-10: Revision, assessment, and feedback

## Primary Social Studies Scheme Of Work

Term 1: Introduction to Social Studies

• Week 1-2: What is social studies?
• Week 3-4: Myself and my family
• Week 5-6: My school and classmates
• Week 7-8: My community
• Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 2: My Environment and Basic Geography

• Week 1-2: Introduction to the environment
• Week 3-4: Basic geographical features (land, water, air)
• Week 5-6: My neighborhood
• Week 7-8: Maps and directions (basic cardinal points)
• Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 3: Community and Culture

• Week 1-2: Community helpers and their roles
• Week 3-4: Introduction to culture and traditions
• Week 5-6: Festivals and celebrations in Nigeria
• Week 7-8: Basic respect for others and cultural diversity
• Week 9-10: Revision, assessment, and feedback

Term 1: Nigeria and Its Regions

• Week 1-2: Introduction to Nigeria and its states
• Week 3-4: The geography of Nigeria (major rivers, mountains, etc.)
• Week 5-6: The people of Nigeria (ethnic groups and languages)
• Week 7-8: Cultural heritage and historical sites
• Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 2: Basic Civics and Government

• Week 1-2: Introduction to citizenship and rights
• Week 5-6: Rules and laws in the community
• Week 7-8: Rights and responsibilities of a good citizen
• Week 9-10: Revision and assessment

Term 3: Basic Economics and Trade

• Week 1-2: Introduction to basic economics (goods and services)
• Week 3-4: Money and its uses
• Week 5-6: Local trade and barter system
• Week 7-8: Local markets and products
• Week 9-10: Revision, assessment, and feedback

### How to Purchase The Complete Scheme Of Work For First, Second, and Third Term

The Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) curriculum and the specific learning objectives for each grade level is completely available below.

The complete primary school (Basic 1 – 6) Scheme of work is available in pdf format. Here is the cost

• Primary 1 to 3 all subjects is 4000
• Primary 4 to 6 all subjects is 4000
• The complete package goes for 7000

The complete Senior Secondary school (SS 1 – SS 3) Scheme of work is available in pdf format. The cost for each subjects is N600

Example

• Mathematics SS1 to SS3 is N600
• English Language SS1 to SS3 is N600
• Economics SS1 to SS3 is N600

The complete Junior Senior Secondary school (JSS 1 – JSS 3) Scheme of work is available in pdf format. The cost for each subjects sheme of work is N1500.

Make a payment to the following account number.

Account Name – Momoh Andrew Annoghena
Bank – Access Diamond Bank
Account Number – 0039294653

After payment, send a screenshot of your payment receipt to 09076251767 on WhatsApp or Nkedugist@gmail.com for confirmation and you will quickly get your complete NERDC curriculum and the specific learning objectives.

We have the complete and up-to-date Term Scheme of work for all categories packed for you. The moment you pay and the proof is shown on WhatsApp you get your Scheme of work in pdf format immediately.