The primary 4 scheme of work for Religion and National value approved for all private and public primary schools in Nigeria is out. All schools operating in Nigeria are obliged to use this scheme of work since it is government approved. However, some private schools are at the liberty to introduce some special forms of teaching to their pupils by using a special teaching approach known as the Montessori model. This type of teaching is fast becoming widely embraced in Nigeria by elementary schools as the best learning model for pupils at their elementary stages because this gives them a better foundation at their primary school level.
The continuous rise in the search for Religion and National value scheme of work for Primary 4 first term, second term and third term has been brought to our notice so we have made it available for free for our readers and the general public at large.
This article will enlighten all who are in the teaching field about the current approved scheme of work for Religion and National value for students in Primary 4. This curriculum covers all the topics meant for first term, second term and third term. It provides in very clear terms, what is expected by the National Common Entrance Examination Council as a body in preparing these students for the next level (national common entrance) which would eventually lead them to secondary school level.
The Religion and National value scheme of work for primary 4 first term, is a continuation from the primary 3 scheme of work for Religion and National value, this scheme of work otherwise known as curriculum has been serially arranged for ease of progression and proper understanding for pupils in primary 4. There has to be a flow, that is, a continuation from the previous class in order for kids to better understand the subject.
To further emphasize the importance of the subject matter, this scheme of work is used as a checklist to ensure that all topics are treated within the prescribed period until the revision week and examination day. It covers the topics and time frame given for each topic and sub topic. It also ensures that the learning process, aims and objectives of the subject meant for that class are successfully accomplished.
Note that the scheme of work for Religion and National value for primary three class is the same for both private and public primary schools in Nigeria, that is, the scheme of work for a private primary school is the same with that of public or government owned primary school. It is the responsibility of head teachers in primary schools to ensure this scheme of work is actively made use of as mandated by the ministry of education. Any school found doing otherwise would face the penalty for going against this directive.
Religion and national value is a subject that is not just offered in Primary 4 but at all level under primary school.
The scope of Religion and national value Scheme of work is quite broad because it covers both religious and ethics at the very elementary stage.
Provided in this post is the complete pry four (4) scheme of work for religion and national value. This scheme of work would go a long way in assisting educationists in primary school level that teaches this subject.
This scheme of work contains the list of expected topics to be covered for the entire session which includes first term, second term and third term.
Kindly be reminded that the Religion and National value scheme of work for Primary 4 first term to third term provided here are the current government approved scheme of work applicable to all public and private and public primary schools operating in Nigeria so you can trust the source of the information.
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Primary 4 Scheme of Work For Religion and National Value (First term, Second term & Third term)
Primary 4 Scheme of Work for Religion and National Value (First Term)
Week 1: Revision of promotional exam’s questions
Week 2 (CRS): God has plan for us: the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man (John 1:2) (John 3:16) (Matt. 5:21-24)
Week 3 (Civic): Meaning and importance of good government
Week 4 (S/St): Social environment
Week 5 (Security Education): Introduction to neighborhood security, meaning of neighborhood watch
Week 6 (CRS): Significance of being in Christ (John 13;:3435) attitude of children of one Father (1 John 4:7-8)
Week 7 (CIVIC): Types of government: differences between the types of government.
Week 8 (Social Studies): Family as the basic unit society, nuclear family, extended family (Draw family tree)
Week 9 (Security Education): Ways of reporting suspicious movement in their neighborhood
Week 10 (CRS): Importance of living in peace: God calls us for a purpose (1sam. 3:10)
(Isa. 6:8) (Gen. 12:1-3) (Luke 5:1-11) (Gen. 12:1-12)
Week 11 (CIVIC): National value, meaning of value, value examples of obedience loyalty, dedication, honesty etc.
Week 12 (Social studies): Benefit of family relationship
Week 13: Revision and examination
Primary 4 Scheme of Work for Religion and National Value (Second Term)
Week 1: Revision of last term work
Week 2 (CRS): God gives his law to us: meaning of law, reason why God gave ten
Commandment (Exo. 20:1-17) purpose of laws in our society
Week 3 (CIVIC): Need for civic values in the society
Week 4 (Social Studies): Culture: Meaning and element of culture, why people have different customs
Week 5 (Social Studies): Consequences of failure to observe suspicious movements and people in the neighborhood
Week 6 (CRS): Jesus loves all people: identify various way God shows love to his people (Matt. 5, 44-46) (John 3:16) (John 15:12)
Week 7 (CIVIC): Nation: meaning and characteristics of a nation
Week 8 (Social Studies): Other people’s beliefs and tradition, why our beliefs and tradition differ from or similar to others.
Week 9 (Security Education): Ways or reporting suspicious movement and people in the neighborhood
Week 10 (CRS): Identify instances Jesus demonstrated his love (Mark 1046) Blind Bartimeous (Luke 19:1-6) Adulterous woman (John 8:1-3
Week 11 (CIVIC): Building our nation: reason why we should build our nation
Week 12 (Social Studies): Some of the values that can be promoted with better understanding of our cultural differences
Week 13: Revision and Examination
Primary 4 Scheme of Work for Religion and National Value (Third Term)
Week 1: Revision of last term work
Week 2 (CRS): Jesus gives his life for us on the cross, reason for Jesus gives his life for us (John 15:13-14) (John 3:16) Sacrifice involved in Jesus giving his life for us
Week 3 (CIVIC): Ethnicity: ethnic or social group consciousness that influence social, economic and political decision
Week 4 (Social Studies): Characteristic of drug abusers, street name of commonly abused drugs
Week 5 (Security Education): Dangerous people such as thieves, robbers, kidnappers, rapists and other undesirable element may infiltrate the neighborhood as a result violence may occurs.
Week 6 (CRS): Importance of why Jesus laid His life for us, Jesus gives us a new life, meaning, Evidence, fruits and characteristics of a new life
Week 7 (Civic): Causes, consequences of ethnicity and solution to ethnicity problem
Week 8 (Social Studies): Prevention of drug abuse-life coping skills
Week 9 (Security Education): Different emergency phone number and their uses e.g. Police, fire services. FRSC, NEMA, general hospitals and NAFDAC
Week 10 (CRS): God and our talents, (Matt. 25:13-30) stress the purpose which gifts and abilities are given for service of God and humanity.
Week 11 (CRS): Kindness to others, the story of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:29-37)
Week 12 (Civic): Meaning and types of accident, first aid treatment, positive attitude towards accident and accident victims.
Week 13: Revision and Examination.
Is properly understood? The above is the correct and govt. approved primary 4 scheme of work for Religion and national value for private and public primary schools in Nigeria irrespective of the state the school is located.
Those interested in teaching or setting up a school, this free document will go a long way in making your teaching adventure more interesting.
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