The students are made to mention and explain the causes and impact of the trade individually.
EARLY EXTERNAL INFLUENCES; ISLAM IN KANEM BORNU
The teacher traces the introduction of Islam in early days of Kanem Borno
A map before A.D 1800 of the Western Sudan is displayed before the students. The students should be able to spot them out from the map.
EARLY EXTERNAL INFLUENCE CONTINUED ISLAM - IMPACTS.
The description of Islam in North Africa and Saharan as prelude to the coming. How the influence was impactful.
Mai umme and the acceptance of Islam by the kanem court
EARLY EUROPEAN CONTACT WITH COASTAL STATES; IDENTIFICATION OF THE VARIOUS COASTAL STATES.
The teacher through the use of maps indentifies the coastal state and describes them individually
The students should be able to identify the various coastal areas.
EARLY EUROPEAN CONTACT WITH COASTAL AREAS; IMPACTS
The teacher outlines the advantages and disadvantages of the impact of the contact.
The students should be able to outline the various impacts or effects. Picture /maps are used.
TRANS – ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE ORIGIN AND REASON FOR THE TRADE
The teacher defines the origin of slave trade and the causes. The students should identify what was being sold, how and where it was bought and sold. Human beings maps containing slave trade are provided with wooden carves in museums are brought to the students.
TRADE CONTINUED; FEATURES AND NATURE OF THE TRADE
The teacher states and explains the features and nature of Trans – Atlantic slave trade. The students should be able to state and explain the features and nature of trans- Atlantic slave trade.
TRANS – ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE CONTINUED IMPACTS OR EFFECTS OF THE TRADE
The teacher states and explains the advantages and disadvantages of the trade using the old maps containing the features of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade.
Revision & Examination
SS1 FIRST TERM
NIGERIAN CULTURAL ARTS (200BC – 1900AD)
-Characteristic features location and origin of Nok arts (tera cotta) Igbo Ukwu arts of Benin and Ife art.
Discuss on the location, origin and characteristic features of Nigerian art cultures.
Resources – photographs of some features and maps, textbooks and illustration from magazines.
CONTINUATION OF NIGERIAN CULTURAL ART
-Characteristic features, location and origin of esie soap, stone, works, tsode bronze and wood carving of ekpo, ibibios and annangs.