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Senior Secondary School Humanities Syllabus for History. SS 3 History Scheme of Work Federal Schemeofwork.com


1ISLAMIC MOVEMENT AND ESTABLISHMENT OF ISLAMIC STATES IN WEST AFRICA ; I; Islam in Hausa land and of jihad reasons ;socio – political and religious II; Sokoto jihad and Gobir under Sarki Bawa and Yunfa. III; Usman Dan Fodio; His background education and work in Gobir. IV; Dan Fodio’s jihad, hijra, organization and causes of jihad. V; The impact of the jihad and the spread of Islam in Hausa land. VI; The inauguration of the Sokoto caliphate.I; Leads discussion on Hausa land and the jihad of Usman Dan Fodio of 1804\05 II; Organizes a debate\drama on the jihad of Usman Dan Fodio and effects of Islam in Hausa land and other parts of west Africa. III; Visits museum archives in Hausa land/ kingdoms.
2THE JIHAD OF SEKU AHMADU ; I; Masina before the emergence of Seku Ahmadu politics, economy and religion. II; Seku Ahmadu inspired by Usman Dan Fodio his teaching and jihad. III; The establishment of a theocratic state of masinas.  IV; The effects of the jihad on the peoples of masina and their neighboursI ; Illustrates how Usman Dan Fodio  inspired Seku  Ahmadu and the rise of Seku Ahmadu, His preaching Jihad and the  impact on Jihad on  the masina people and their neighbours. II; Organizes a debate /drama on the impact of Seku Ahmadu Jihad in masina.
3THE JIHAD  OF ALHAJI UMAR; I; The Tukuler people before the emergences Alhaji Umar and Tijjaniyya brotherhood doctrine inspired by Usman Dan Fodio jihad. II; Alhaji Umar’s military campaign and the emergence of Tukuler empire and its organization. III; The effect of the jihad and the initiation of people in to the Tijjaniyya brotherhood. IV; The French invasion and the collapse of the empire.    I; Guide the students to identify and   discuss Alhaji Umar and the Tukuler empire.  II; Organize debate and drama on the effect and impact of Alhaji Umar jihad on Tukuler people and their neighbours.
4THE  ACTIVITIES OF SAMORI-TOURE I; samori-toure’s religious economic and political activities. II; The establishment of the mandinka empire. III; His conflict with the French and the fall of Mandinka empire.I ; Leads discussion on the rise of religions, political and economic activities of the sameri – toure II; Organize a debates/drama on the establishment and organization, conflicts and fall of Mandinka empire.
5THE MUSLIM STATE IN THE FACE OF EUROPEAN COLONIZATION I; Muslim states in West Africa and early contact with European explorers, and traders II; changing pattern of relationship trade and treaties conquest and occupations.  II; Reactions to Muslim leaders and people. IV; Consequences of European imperialism, collapse of Muslim states and the beginning of colonialism and infiltration of western culture.I; Organizes excursion to some Muslim states of Kano, Zaria, Sokoto, Borno, Katsina etc. II; list major European powers e.g. Britain, France, Germany etc. III; Leads discussion on the political traditional rulers and people in Muslim states. IV; Organize drama on the Muslim leaders, people and Europeans.
6 CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ACTIVITIES IN WEST AFRICA; I; The role of evangelical movement in the suppression of slave trade. II; The foundation of Sierra Leone and Liberia. III; Missionary activities in Sierra Leone and other West African states in charge of French West African states. IV; The impact of Christian missionary activities in west Africa on education, socio-political, economic, health, humanitarian and colonization of west Africa.Leads the discussion on the abolition of slave trade in west Africa. Humanitarian education, health etc activities. ; Organizes a drama on missionary, political economic, social, religious, health activities in West Africa.
7EMPIRES IN  WESTERN SUDAN; i. The geography and the growth of empires in Western Sudan. ii. The rise of Ghana, Mali, Songhai empires and the nature of their governments. iii. The achievement of Mansa Musa and Askia the great. iv. Internal problems, decline and fall of Western Sudan Empires. I; Leads the discussion and identify the western Sudan empires on the map of Africa. II; Organizes a drama  on the factors that led to rise, growth, decline fall  and achievements of Mansa Musa and Askia the Great of Western Sudan empires.
8THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION, NEW IMPERIALISM, BERLIN CONFERENCE AND SCRAMBLE FOR AND PARTITION OF AFRICA BY EUROPEAN POWERS; I; The impact of industrial revolution large scale production of goods, accumulation of capitals and drift from rural to urban centers. II; The new imperialism economic exploitation. III; The Berlin conference and European competition for colonies in Africa (Britain, France, Germany, etc) Rivalry over Congo and Bismack’s attempt to resolve the question of colonial rivalry in Africa. IV; The agreement at the Berlin conference and its effects on Africa, effective occupation, freedom of trade and navigation, free access into the hinterland and partition. V; Features and nature of the partition of the establishment of artificial boundaries.I; Leads discussion on the impact of industrial  revolution, reasons for Berlin conference and the reasons for British occupation of Nigeria II; Organizes a debate\drama on the scramble and partition of Africa by Britain, France, Belgium, Germany etc.
9COLONIAL SUBJUGATION, OCCUPATION AND AFRICAN REACTION; I; Methods and features of the of subjugation of military conquest in Algeria, Egypt Ashanti, and Treaties and peaceful occupation of Tunisia, Nigeria etc. II; African reaction, peaceful and military confrontation. III; British indirect rule of Uganda and Nigeria. IV; French assimilation policy in Senegal, Portuguese assimilation policy of Angola, German paternalism policy in Tanzania, Belgian paternalism policy in Congo. VI; Comparison of various colonial rule in Africa.I; Leads discussion on the objective of imperial powers in Africa. II; Organizes debate on colonial subjugation and gun boat diplomacy. III; Examines African reactions to colonial subjugation. IV; Defines the concepts; indirect rule, Assimilation and paternalism policies in Africa. V; Leads the discussion on the features, similarities, differences and the effects of colonial rule and it “pattern” Africa. 
10CONSOLIDATION OF EUROPEAN CULTURE IN AFRICA, AND COLONIAL ECONOMY AND THE UNDER DEVELOPMENT OF AFRICA. I; The establishment of western education, emergence of Africa elites and the adoption of European languages as lingua – franca in the colonies. II; Promotion of European culture, architecture and transportation system among Africans (mode of dress, eating/food habits and social  habits.) III; The nature of the colonial economy i.e.  production of raw materials, cash crops, banking, marketing etc. IV; The effects of European economy i.e. subordination of African traders to European trading firms and the emergence of urban centres.I; Leads discussion on western education and consolidation of European culture in Africa. II; Guides the students on how African economy was   replaced by European economy. III; Organizes a drama\debate on the negative and positive effects of European culture and the economy.  
11COLONIAL AFRICA AND THE TWO WORLD WARS, POLICIES AND AFRICAN DISCONTENT; I; The causes of the first & second world wars and the re-division of colonial Africa. II; African soldiers’ participation in the world war besides being soldiers of their colonial masters. III; The impact of the world wars on political and social economy development of Africa IV; The colonial political policy e.g. exclusion of Africa education elites from government and establishment of privileges for Europeans. V; The economic policy e.g. exploitation of African resources both material and, human forced labour and taxation. VI; Social policy establishment of government reserved areas, racism, discrimination and pervasion of Africa culture.I; Leads discussion on the cases of  the two world wars and their  consequences on Africa, reasons for colonization and its discriminatory policies  II; Organizes debates\drama on the world wars, colonialism and emergence of U.S.A and U.S.I.R as world powers. III; Visits G.R.As where colonial buildings are located on the hills.
12FORMATION OF POLITICAL PARTIES, EXTERNAL INFLUENCE ON NATIONALIST MOVEMENT AND THE PATTERNS OF NATIONALIST MOVEMENT AND REGAINING OF INDEPENDENCE; I; Formation of political parties and associations, objectives, and strategies employed to fight colonial rule in Africa II; The effects of these organizations on decolonization process and attainment of independence III; Negro world and the pan African movement. NEB  Dubris, Marcus, Garvey etc Concept of self determination. IV; The Atlantic charter by President Rosevelt of U.S.A and prime minster Churchill of Britain and the Indian independence. V; Armed confrontation by  nationalist movement e.g. Kenya, Angola, and Zimbabwe VI; Adoption of peaceful negotiations e.g. Ghana, Uganda, Nigeria, and Guinea. VII; The effects of the two movements on the granting of independence to African countries.I; Guides the student on the effects of the parties , associations as arms NNDP, NCNC, GGLC, CPP, RDA, WASU  for self determination struggle for independences. II; Organize a drama \debate on the effects of the external influences and Indian independences on nationalist movement in Africa that examines the needs to attainment of independence by African countries. 


1APRELUDE TO  APARTHEID LEGISLATION AND SUPPRESSION OF AFRICAN NATIONALIST MOVEMENT I; Economic developments in south Africa from 1870s discovery of mineral resources. II; British in South Africa and boer intransigence and the courses of boer war. II; Britain public opinion on the war and the  decline of the  liberal spirit in south Africa, the Union  of 1910 and the exclusion of non – white population from government IV; Legislation on marriage, landownership, education, forced labour and representation in parliament. VI; The anti –communist suppression act and the trial and imprisonment of ANC leaders. VII; Police brutality , spy network  and the presentation of  African resistance.I; Leads discussion on the economic development land and political power struggle between the boer and Africans and the British intervention in south Africa. II; Organizes a debate\drama on central instrument of law and Africans’ reaction, their arrest detention and suppression in South Africa by the white minority.  
BEXTERNAL REACTION TO APARTHEID, OAU AND THE APARTHEID IN SOUTH AFRICA I; Those who oppose; common wealth   association and explosion of South Africa, Olympic committee, and ban of South Africa from the games, U.N.O, U.S.S.R. II; Those who support the Britain and apartheid, New Zealand and supporting links with south Africa, UNO members and implementation of sanctions. III; The OAU charter, African reaction to apartheid and work of frontline states. IV; OAU and liberation movement in southern Africa, resolution of OAU on the multi national trading with south Africa.I; Leads discussion on  common Britain link with south Africa and the  reaction of world public opinion to south Africa withdrawal from common wealth and the ban from Olympic games. II; Organizes a debate\drama on the evils of racism and apartheid, liquidation of colonization, racism in other African countries  to access the military strength of south African  countries and Africa’s armed resistance.
CNEO – COLONIALISM POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC UNDER DEVELOPMENT I; The definition and features of neo –colonialism e.g. political instability, constitutional crisis. II; The effect of neo –colonialism on Africa political development e.g. adoption of foreign political systems of government  foreign backing for stay –put of political leaders and the continuing imperialism e.g. the effect of the struggle  between the super power on Africa and the Chad crisis. III; The meaning of under  development , nature and the effects of under  development on Africa economy e.g The single crop economy  on states  where  it exists, foreign debts, drought and famine in Africa. I; Leads discussion on the definition of neo –colonialism and under development, features of neo colonialism e.g. pressures and influence on political leaders by foreign powers. II; Organizes a debate\drama on the effects of neo colonialism on political development on constitution making, electoral malpractice, violence, police brutality, emergence of stay-put politicians and economic under development and drought and famine in Africa.
D UNEQUAL DEVELOPMENT WITHIN STATES AND INSTABILITY, MILITARY IN AFRICAN POLITICS, BOUNDARY DISPUTE AND THE THREAT TOP OF AFRICAN UNITY; I; Aspects of unequal development among African  states e.g. colonial legacy and ethnicity as  factors for unequal distribution of social services , access to political power and infrastructural development in Africa II; The effects of unequal development between states e.g. on the working of OAU , ECOWAS etc. III; Reason for military intervention in Africa politics. IV; Problems and effects of military intervention in African politics e.g. the impact on political culture unwillingness of the army to relinguish power. VI; Reasons for boundary dispute in Africa e.g. colonial artificial division during  the scramble of Nigeria and Cameroons, Ethiopia and Somalia etc, and  the effects of such disputes on African unity of Inter- State conflicts. I; Leads discussion on unequal development and reasons for military intervention into Africa politics. III; Organizes a debate\drama on unequal development reasons and effects, problems of military intervention into African politics. III; And the boundary disputes in Africa.    
2ATHE COMMON WEALTH, OAU (AU) ECOWAS AND OPEC I; The formation of and membership common wealth, OAU/AU ECOWAS   and OPEC, aims and objectives and their organizational structure. II; Nigeria’s role in these organizations. III; Achievements,  failures and the role of ECOWASLeads discussion on why peoples join clubs and societies relate it to Nigeria reason of joining international and regional organization of common wealth OAU/AU, ECOWAS and OPEC. II; Organizes debate/drama on the aims objectives, achievements and failure of these organizations.
BAFRICANS IN DIASPORA IN WORLD  ISSUES I; Definition of Africans in Diaspora and contact with other outside world before the 19th century. II; The Atlantic slave trade and the shipment of Africans to the new world. III; The contribution of Africans, Europe, Asia, and the Americas.E.g. in Diaspora to development of their host countries.I; Leads discussion on the definition of Africans in Diaspora and her contact with outside world. II; Organize a debate/drama on how Africans were moved to other parts of the world and their contribution to the development of Asia, Europe and America.
CRACISM AND THE AFRICANS I; The meaning of racism and the origin of racist ideas. II; Racism in the U.S.A, Europe and Asia. III; Apartheid and racial segregation in South Africa  up to 1990 and the African responses  to racismI; Leads discussion on the definition  and origin of racism and racial discrimination in Europe , Asia  and the  U.S.A II; Organize a debate /drama on how apartheid  was stopped in south Africa and effect of racism  in sport and politics in the world
DHISTORY OF DEVELOPED SOCIETIES I; The Renaissance period in Europe. II; The industrial Revolution. III; The French revolution and the nationalism. IV; The Asian Tigers and Rapid economic transformation. V; Lessons Nigeria can learn from the above.I; Guides the discussion on the definition  and impact of the renaissance II; Discuss  the origin and impact of the industrial revolution III; Organizes a debate /drama on how the Asian Tiger revolutionalized their economics and how Nigeria can benefit from the above experiences.  
3DEBT RELIEF AND INTERNAL AIDS I; Meaning of debt relief and international Aids. II; Poverty and Africa indebtedness. III; Debts emanating from corrupt leadership. IV; Need for debt relief cancellation. V; Aspects of International Aids and continuation of poverty in Africa.I; Leads discussion on the meaning of international Aids and debt relief, poverty and Africa indebtedness. II; Organize a debate on corrupt leadership and Africa indebtedness and the need for debt relief. III; Indicate aspect of international Aids and explains Aids and continued poverty in Africa.
BPEACEMAKING  AND SOGO POLITICAL INTEREST OF THE  DEVELOPED SOCIETIES I; The definition, aims objectives of peacekeeping and examples of international and regional peacekeeping initiatives. III; Peacekeeping and the  socio political interest of the developed societies IV; Nigeria’s role in peacekeeping programmes.I; Leads discussion on the definition, aims, objectives of peacekeeping and give examples of international and regional peacekeeping institutes. II; Organizes a debate/drama on peacemaking and socio political interest of the developed societies and the Nigeria’s role in peace keeping programmes.
CARMAMENTS, NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND WORLD PEACE I; The origin and causes of cold war, the break of world war 11 and the potency of the atomic bomb. II; Armaments, acquisition of arms and arms trade III; Nuclear science and the proliferation of arms IV The strategic arms limitation treaty (SALT).I; Leads discussion on the causes of cold war and the break of world war. II; Explain the meaning of armaments, acquisition of arms and arms trade. III; Access the evolution of SALT. IV; Organizes a debate/drama on how armaments, Nuclear science and Arms trade can affect world peace.
DMILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDGS AND  NEEDS) I; The definition of  MDGs and NEEDs II; Aims and objectives of the MDGs and the seven –point Agenda of the MDGs. III; Aims and objectives of NEEDs. Iv; NEEDs and economic empowerment in Nigeria.Leads discussion on the definition, aims and objectives MDGs and NEEDs. II; Highlights the seven points Agenda of MDGs. III; Identify and discuss NEEDs and economic empowerment in Nigeria.

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