Yoruba Scheme of Work for Primary 5

Yoruba Scheme of Work for Primary 5

The Yoruba Scheme of Work for Primary 5 is an elaborate educational tool established to educate pupils on the language and culture of the Yoruba people. It contains numerous topics including numeracy, environmental sanitation, traditional songs, and the importance of names of the Yoruba tribes.

This essay offers an exploration of the scheme of work by analyzing its various components and the knowledge content it provides pupils.

The scheme is structured in three terms with each having a varying focus that facilitates a broader comprehension of the Yoruba heritage. The First Term involves numeracy Onka, creative writing as in Ere onise apileko kekere, environmental cleanliness. the module also covers an introduction to various traditional festivals and songs.

In this term, students are taught how to count using Yoruba in addition to creative writing. Moreover, they revisit the need for a conducive and clean environment and the meaning of Yoruba names.

The Second Term moving predominantly into grammar on Ede, Ede Gbolohun alaboode on sentence construction and Akanlo ede ati owe. Also, a knowledge of the titles of Yoruba kings oruko oye oba alaye and the towns they rule is introduced to the students. This term is meant to give the student an understanding of the language and the basic cultural background of proverbs and Yoruba royalty.

Above is the The Third Term which takes care of punctuation [Ami ifamisi], Composition [Aroko] and reading [Kika itan aroso kekeke]. The traditional Yoruba marriage rite [Igbeyawo ni ilana ti ibile yoruba] and the tools as well as crafts of the Yoruba people [Ohun elo ise/irinse].

This term is of uttermost importance for writing as well as reading at the same time appreciating the cultural practices of the Aladura on the Yoruba people.

The Yoruba Scheme of Work for Primary 5 is a meticulously developed course outline that intends to educate students about the Yoruba language by exposing them to the people’s cultural practices, values, and history. As a combination of language high school and cultural education, the scheme guarantees that students are well-studied to communicate in the Yoruba language and become grounded Yoruba people.

First Term Yoruba Scheme of Work for Primary 5

OSEORI-OROAKOONU
1Onka lati igba de oodunrun1.  onka Yoruba lati igba de otalenigba odin mewaa
 Ere onise apileko kekere1.  sise ere onise kekere ti oluko finu ro
 Imototo ayikaGbigba ati fo yara ikawe
2Onka lati igba de oodunrunOnka Yoruba lati otalenigba odin mewaa de oodunrun (250-300)
 Ere onise apileko kekereSise ere onise to wa lati odo awon akekoo.
 Imototo ayikaRiro oko ayika ile-iwe
3Onka lati igba de oodunrunAlaye kikun nipa onka ogun mejila 20 x 12 = 240  ogun metala 20 x 13 – 260 si
 Ere onise apileko kekereSise ere onise ti a ko lati inu iwe won
 Imototo ayikaGbigba ayika ile eko
4.Onka lati igba de oodunrunAropo ati ayokuro onka naa
 Ere onise apileko kekereSise ere onise to fogbon yo
 Imototo ayikaItoju ile iyagbe
5.Onka Yoruba lati igba de oodunrunKiko apeere onka naa ni figo ati Yoruba si ori patako lati igba de oodunrun
 Ere ibile to jemo ayeyeAkojopo orin ibile ti o je mo ayey
 Orisirisi oruko yorubaPataki oruko ni ile yoruba
6.AgboyeOluko mu ori-oro ti o je mo alaye sise b. a bi moti fe lo isinmi ti okoja
 Orin ibile to jemo ayeyeOrin ikomojade
 Orisirisi oruko yorubaAwon oruko amutorunwa
7AgboyeOluko mu ori-oro ti o je mo alaye sise ogba ile-iwe mi
 Orin ibile ti o je mo ayeye 
 Orisirisi oruko yorubaOruko amutorunwa ati abiso b. a ojo, ige, olabisi, adeolaa abbl.
8.AgboyeOunje ti mo feran ju
 Orin ibile to je mo ayeyeOrin oye jije
 Orisirisi oriki yorubaOriki b. a. Asabi Abebi Akano
9AgboyeIsoro ati idahun
 Orin ibile to je mo ayeyeOdun ibile b. a. odun ogun egungun
 Orisirisi oruko yorubaOruko abiku ati inagije
10AgboyeIbeere lati mo pe akekoo gbo ohun ti oluko so ni agboye
 Orin ibile ti o je mo ayeyePataki orin nibi ayeye
 Orisirisi oruko yorubaOruko idile

Second Term Yoruba Scheme of Work for Primary 5

EKA EKOOSEORI-OROAKOONU
Ede1Gbolohun alaboodeItumo oluwa ati oro-ise
litireso Akanlo ede ati oweItesiwaji ninu ilo owe
Asa Oruko oba alaye ati ilu wonOruko oye oba alaye ile Yoruba ati ilu won
Ede2Gbolohun alaboodeGbolohun alaboode to je mo gbolohun ti o ni oluwa kan
litireso Akanlo ede ati oweItesiwaju lori akanlo ede; apeere akanlo ede ati itumo
Asa Oruko oba alaye ati ilu wonOruko oye oba alaye ile Yoruba  ati ilu won
litireso3Gbolohun alaboodeAwon oro-ise ti o le da duro gege bi gbolohun b. a sun ire wa, dide, jokoo
  Akanlo edeBi a ti n lo o; fonmu, fori jale agbon, bode pade, ta teru nipaa abbl.
  Oruko awon oba alaye ati ilu wonOruko oye oba alaye ile Yoruba ati ilu won
Ede4AkayeItesiwaju ninu akaye
litireso Ede alonilahonItumo de alonilahon
Asa Oruko oba alaye ati ilu wonIrin ajo si aafin oba alaye
Ede5AkayeKika ayoka ti o ni owe ati akanlo ede ninu.
litireso Ede alonilahonIwulo ede alonilahon b. a. a fin ko pipe iro ede yoruba
Asa Oruko oba alaye ati ilu won Salaye iriri re
Ede6AkayeSiso itumo owe ati akanlo edeto suyo ninu ayoka naa
litireso Ede alonilahonPe ipede alonilahon na b. a mon padabo laba laba
Asa Ise amuseIse yoruba
Ede7AkayeSiso ero atinuda lori koko oro to suyo ninu akaye
  Ede alonilahonPe ipede alonilahon bi apeere Alira nlora rela abbl.
  Ise amuseIkini lenu ise b. a Alaro; Aredu, arepon o. Akope; igba a roo
 8Leta gbefeOrisirisi leta ti wa
  Ede alonilahonPe ipede alonilahon b. a mo ra dodo nido, mo fowo dodo room onidodo nidodo
  Ise amuseIkini lenu ise b. a onidiri; oju gbooro o, Agbe; Aroko bodun de
 9Leta gbefeIlapa ero leta gbefe
  Ede alonilahonPe ipede alonilahon b. a mora dodo
  Ise amuseIkini lenu ise b.a Agbe aroko bodunde o.
 10Leta gbefeApeere leta gbefe
  Ede alonilahonAtunyewo eko ede alonilahon
  Ise amuseAtunyewo eko lori ise amuse

Third Term Yoruba Scheme of Work for Primary 5

OSEORI-OROAKOONU
 1Ani ifamisi  (pontueson siwaju siOrisirisi ami ifamisi (pontueson b. a. Ami idanuduro (.) idanuduro die (,) ami ibeere (?)
 Kika itan aroso kekekeKika asayan iwe aroso
 Igbeyawo ni ilana ti ibile yorubaIdi ti a fi n se igbeyawo
2Ami ifamisi(pontueson) siwaju siSise amulo bi a se n lo ami ifamisi kookan ninu gbolohun
 Kika itan aroso kekekeKika asayan iwe aroso
 Igbeyawo ni ilana ti ibile yorubaIlana igbeyawo; Eto ifojusode, ijohen/isihun,itoro
3Ami ifami si (Pountueson) siwaju siSise amulo bi a se n lo ami ifamisi kookan ninu gbolohun
 Kika itan aroso kekekeKika asayan iwe aroso
 Igbeyawo ni ilana ibile yorubaIlana idana
4Ami ifamisi (pontueson) siwaju siSise amulo bi a se n lo ami ifamisi kookan ninu gbolohun
 Kika itan aroso kekekeKika asayan iwe aroso
 Igbeyawo ilana ibile yorubaIgbeyawo ni ile yoruba
5ArokoOrisiirisii aroko- Alalaye oniroyin, apejuwe abbl’
 Kika itan aroso kekekeKika asayan iwe aroso
 Igbeyawo ni ilana ibile yorubaIkora eni nijanu nipa ibalopo saaju igbeyawo
6ArokoSalaye bi a se n ko aroko alalaye ba. Ifaara, ilapa ero, aarin tito koko ni sise n-tele apeere orisirisi ori-oro to je mo aroko alalaye
 Kika itan aroso kekekeKika asayan iwe aroso
 Ohun elo ise/irinseIse Yoruba ati ohun elo/irinse won b.a Agbe-oko,ada ode-ibon,ota, etu
7ArokoSalaye bi a se n ko aroko oniroyin b.a Ifaara, ilapa ero aarin, tito koko ni sise n tele abbl.
 Kika itan aroso kekekeKika asayan iwe aroso
 Ohun elo ise/irinseIse Yoruba ati ohun elo/irinse won b.a Akope-Igba, akeragbe abbl.
8.arokoSalaye bi a se n ko aroko alapejuwe b.a ifaara ilapa ero aarin abbl.
 Kika itan aroso kekekeKika asayan iwe aroso
 Ohun elo ise /irinseKi akekoo so ise miran ati irinse won
9ArokoSalaye bi a se n ko aroko alariyanjiyan bi a ifaara, ilapa ero abbl.
 Kika itan aroso kekekeSo itan naa ni soki
 Ohun elo ise/irinseSise abewo si ile-ise Yoruba kan b.a ile onidiri, agbede abbl.
10ArokoDari akekoo lati dan ara wo nipa kiko aroko alalaye
 Kika itan aroso kekekeFa eko inu itan
 Ohun elo ise/irinseAgbeyewo lori ohun elo ise/irinse

Conclusion

The Yoruba Scheme of Work for Primary 5 is a critically important tool that must be passed on to young learners to ensure the preservation and promotion of the Yoruba language and culture. It is a living testament to the Yoruba people’s storied and rich cultural heritage and, thus, must be taught and used as a stepping stone for students to build themselves, learn about themselves and their place in the world.


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