Scheme of Work Yoruba Language – 1st Term, 2nd Term and 3rd Term

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Yoruba Scheme

Following is Yoruba language scheme of work for the whole session. The Yoruba scheme of work here presented is for all classes in Nigeria’s secondary schools, especially in the South Western part where the language is predominantly spoken.

The scheme is in line with the National Education Research and Development Council (NERDC) new scheme for schools in Nigeria.

JSS1 Yoruba Scheme of Work – 1st Term, 2nd Term and 3rd Term Merged

  1. Èdè
  2. – Iro ede (Konsonanti ati Faweli)
    – Onka ookanleleede-gbeta de egberun (501-1000)
    – Akaye
    – Akotó
    – Àrokò (Oniroyin )
    – Leta kiko
    – Iseda Orò –Orúkọ

  3. Litireso
  4. – Sísẹ́ agbeyewo litireso apileko
    – Sísẹ́ agbeyewo litireso alohùn
    – Awon isori litireso apileko
    – Isori-isori litireso alohùn

  5. Àsà
  6. – Isedale àti itankale omo yorùba
    – Awon eya yorùba
    – Igbeyawo

JSS2 Yoruba Scheme of Work – 1st Term, 2nd Term and 3rd Term Merged

  1. Èdè
  2. – Ìtẹ̀síwájú Iro Ede Ami Ohun
    – Onka: Egberun de egberun meji (egbaa) (1000 – 2000)
    – Isori oro
    – Ihun oro
    – Orisiirisii gbolohun (ihun)

  3. Litireso
  4. – Asayan iwe àyokà
    – Asayan iwe àyokà (Ewi)
    – Asayan iwe àyoka-itan Aroso oloro geere
    – Orin
    – Ìsáré/Ajemesin ati Ajemayeye/ Alaijemesin
    – Ewi Alohùn Arangbo:

  5. Àsà
  6. – Esin ibile
    – Ogun ati alaafia
    – Ayéye ibile yorùba isomoloruko
    – Iranra-eni lowo

JSS3 Yoruba Scheme of Work – 1st Term, 2nd Term and 3rd Term Merged

  1. Èdè
  2. – Akaye
    – Onka lati egbaa (2000) De egbaawaa (20,000)
    – Akoko siwaju si i
    – Ise oro arọ́pò oruko ati oruko ninu gbolohun.

  3. Litireso
  4. – Asayan iwe ere onítan
    – Asayan iwe ewi
    – Asayan iwe itan aroso oloro geere

  5. Àsà
  6. – Didekun iwa ika si omolakeji
    – Esin ibile yorùba siwaju si i (ohun mimo)
    – Owo sise
    – Itoju aláboyún
    – Aroko

SSS1 Yoruba Scheme of Work – 1st Term, 2nd Term and 3rd Term Merged

  1. Àsà, Edè Ati Litireso II
  2. – Asa: Eko ile
    – Ede: Atunyewo Awon Iro Ede
    – Litireso: Itan Aroso Oloro Geere
    – Asa: Awon Ounje
    – Ede Atunyewo Silebu
    – Litireso: Asayan ewi Alohun fun itunpale
    – Asa: Ise Abinibi Isenbaye
    – Ede: Ihun Oro ati Iseda Oro
    – Litireso: itunpale ewi apileko (iwe meji)
    – Asa: Igbeyawo
    – Ede: Owe ati Akanlo Ede
    – Asa: Oyun nini ati itoju Oyun

  3. Àsà, Edè Ati Litireso II
  4. – Ede: Akaye
    – Litireso: Itupale asayan iwe ere onitan iwe ere onitan (iwe meji)
    – Asa: Isomoloruko
    – Ede: Aayan Ogbufo
    – Litireso: Itupale iwe itan aroso (iwe meji)
    – Asa: Itoju Omo
    – Ede: Aroko Oniroyin
    – Litireso: Itupale asayan ewi apile ko(iwe meji)
    – Asa: Itoju ara
    – Ede: Isori oro
    – Litireso: Itupale iwe itan aroso
    – Litireso: Itupale iwe ere onitan(iwe meji)

  5. Àsà, Edè Ati Litireso III
  6. – Asa: Oge sise
    – Ede: Aroko Ajemoisipaya
    – Asa: Igbagbo Yoruba nipa Olorudumare
    – Ede: Ihun Gbolohun

SSS2 Yoruba Scheme of Work – 1st Term, 2nd Term and 3rd Term Merged

  1. Àsà, Edè Ati Litireso I
  2. – Ede: Aroko Alariiyanjiyan
    – Litireso: Itupale iwe ere onitan (iwe meji)
    – Asa: Esin ode oni
    – Asa: Ere Idaraya
    – Ede: Gbolohun
    – Litireso: Itupale ewi Alohun (Asayan iwe kan)
    – Asa: Eto iselu
    – Ede: Akaye
    – Litireso: Itesiwaju Itupale ewi apileko
    – Asa: Eto Oro-aje (ipolowo oja)

  3. Àsà, Edè Ati Litireso II
  4. – Ede: Aroko (Leta gbefe)
    – Litireso: Itupale itan aroso
    – Asa: Isinku
    – Ede: Aayan Ogbufo
    – Litireso: Itesiwaju Itupale iwe ere onitan
    – Asa: Eto ogun jije
    – Ede: Aroko – (Leta aigbagbefe)
    – Litireso: Itesiwaju Itupale ewi alohun
    – Asa: Eto Idajo

  5. Àsà, Edè Ati Litireso III
  6. – Ede: Atunyewo Aroko Ajemo Isipaya
    – Litireso: Itesiwaju Itupale Ewi Apileko
    – Atunyewo Eko ile
    – Ede: Atunyewo Silebu
    – Litireso: Asa Yoruba to suyo ninu litireso alohun
    – Asa: Atunyewo Ise Abinibi
    – Ede: Atunyewo aroko oni-soro-n-gbesi
    – Asa: Itesiwaju Ibanisoro
    – Ede: Atunyewo Ihun Oro
    – Asa: Awon Orisa II
    – Ede: Orika Egbaa de Aadota Oke

SSS3 Yoruba Scheme of Work – 1st Term and 2nd Term

  1. Àsà, Edè Ati Litireso I
  2. – Asa: Iwa omoluabi
    – Ede: Atunyewo leta aigbagbefe
    – Ede: Atunyewo isori oro
    – Litireso: Kiko ni mimo ise onkowe atitinuda( Ewi itan-aroso ere-onitan)
    – Asa: Eto Ebi
    – Ede: Aayan Ogbufo
    – Litireso: Ewi Apileko
    – Asa: Itesiwaju Ere Idaraya
    – Ede: Aranmo
    – Asa: Atunyewo Eto Iselu
    – Litireso: itupale asayan iwe itan aroso meji
    – Asa: Igbeyawo isinku ati ogun jiye

  3. Àsà, Edè Ati Litireso II
  4. – Ede: Pipaje ati isunki
    – Ede: Atunyewo onka figo
    – Litireso: Atunyewo itan aroso oloro geere (gbogbo iwe)
    – Ede: Atunyewo Akaye
    – Asa: Eto isomoloruko ati oruko Yoruba
    – Litireso: Atunyewo Ewi Alohun Apileko (gbogbo iwe)
    – Ede: Atunyewo gbogbo isori gbolohun
    – Litireso: Atuupale iwe ere onitan (iwe meji)
    – Ede: Atunyewo Aroko ati Aroko Alariiyanjiyan
    – Litireso: Itupale Ewi Alohun (Asayan iwe meji)
    – Ede: Itesiwaju ihun gbolohun : orisirisi awe gbolohun


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