History Lesson Note for JSS3 First Term
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JSS3 History Scheme of Work for First Term: This lesson note covers the following topics.
EXTERNAL CONTACTS AND TRADE
Week 1 – 4: Origin and Organisation of Trans-Saharan Trade.
1. Origin and nature of Trans-Saharan Trade.
2. Commodities traded during Trans-Saharan Trade:
• Ostrich feathers
• Spices, etc.
3. Trade routes during Trans-Saharan Trade:
• Borno-Tripoli route
• Kanem Borno – Sudan route.
• Kano- Fezzan route.
4. Effects of Trans-Saharan Trade:
• Introduction of international trade.
• Introduction of the use of camels as a means of transportation.
• Introduction of slave trade across the Saharan.
• Introduction of Islam and Arabic language.
Encouraged interaction between North Africa and West Africa, etc.
Week 5 – 7: Origin and Organisation of Trans-Saharan Trade.
1. Nature of early European contacts with Nigeria.
2. Early Europeans that came to Nigeria:
• European Explorers (e.g Mungopark, H. Clapperton, Richard and John Lander (i.e. the Lander Brothers, etc.)
3. Nature of Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade:
• Abolition of Trans-Atlantic Slave trade.
4. The Legitimate Trade (i.e the trade of Palm Oil).
Week 8 – 10: Revision
Week 11 – 12: Examination