First Term Mid-Term Revision and Test History Primary 1 First Term Lesson Notes Week 7

Lagos State Primary 1 – First Term Mid-Term Revision and Test

Subject: History

Class: Primary 1
Term: First Term
Week: 7
Age: 6 years
Activity: Mid-Term Revision and Test
Duration: 40 minutes


Topics Covered:

  1. Introduction to History
  2. Family History

Revision Objectives:

By the end of the revision, pupils should be able to:

  1. Recall the meaning of History.
  2. Identify the Father of Modern History.
  3. Explain why we study History.
  4. Describe different types of families.
  5. Explain the meaning of Family History.
  6. Justify the importance of Family History.

Learning Resources:

  • Flashcards
  • Charts
  • Audio-visual aids
  • Pictures

Embedded Core Skills:

  • Critical thinking and problem-solving
  • Communication and collaboration
  • Creativity and imagination

Revision Questions:

(30 Questions based on the topics previously taught)

Questions:

  1. The study of past events is called _____.
    • a) Science
    • b) History
    • c) Geography
    • d) Mathematics
  2. _____ is known as the Father of Modern History.
    • a) Socrates
    • b) Plato
    • c) Herodotus
    • d) Aristotle
  3. We study History to learn from past _____.
    • a) Mistakes
    • b) Stories
    • c) Games
    • d) Songs
  4. Historical knowledge can be obtained from _____.
    • a) Television
    • b) Books
    • c) Music
    • d) Dance
  5. Learning about different cultures helps us to _____ them.
    • a) Ignore
    • b) Appreciate
    • c) Dislike
    • d) Forget
  6. A family that includes parents and children is called a _____ family.
    • a) Nuclear
    • b) Extended
    • c) Large
    • d) Small
  7. A family that includes grandparents, uncles, and aunts is called an _____ family.
    • a) Small
    • b) Nuclear
    • c) Extended
    • d) Immediate
  8. The record of past events and people in a family is called _____ History.
    • a) School
    • b) Family
    • c) Local
    • d) National
  9. Family History helps us understand our _____.
    • a) Future
    • b) Roots
    • c) Games
    • d) Songs
  10. The male parent in the family is called the _____.
    • a) Brother
    • b) Father
    • c) Sister
    • d) Mother
  11. The female parent in the family is the _____.
    • a) Father
    • b) Brother
    • c) Sister
    • d) Mother
  12. A boy in the family is called a _____.
    • a) Father
    • b) Brother
    • c) Sister
    • d) Mother
  13. A girl in the family is called a _____.
    • a) Sister
    • b) Father
    • c) Brother
    • d) Mother
  14. Families can be big or _____.
    • a) Large
    • b) Small
    • c) Tall
    • d) Wide
  15. Family History connects us with our _____.
    • a) Friends
    • b) Teachers
    • c) Ancestors
    • d) Neighbors

 

  1. History is important because it helps us _____.
    • a) Forget the past
    • b) Understand our roots
    • c) Ignore our culture
    • d) Avoid learning
  2. Who is the Father of Modern History?
    • a) Plato
    • b) Herodotus
    • c) Aristotle
    • d) Socrates
  3. We study History to _____.
    • a) Play games
    • b) Learn from past mistakes
    • c) Sing songs
    • d) Watch TV
  4. A Nuclear Family includes _____.
    • a) Only grandparents
    • b) Parents and children
    • c) Cousins
    • d) Friends
  5. An Extended Family includes _____.
    • a) Only siblings
    • b) Only parents
    • c) Grandparents, uncles, aunts, and cousins
    • d) Only friends
  6. Family History is the _____.
    • a) Study of plants
    • b) Record of past events in a family
    • c) History of a country
    • d) Study of animals
  7. The female parent in a family is called _____.
    • a) Father
    • b) Brother
    • c) Sister
    • d) Mother
  8. A boy in the family is called a _____.
    • a) Father
    • b) Brother
    • c) Sister
    • d) Mother
  9. A girl in the family is called a _____.
    • a) Sister
    • b) Father
    • c) Brother
    • d) Mother
  10. Learning Family History helps us _____.
    • a) Ignore our culture
    • b) Appreciate our traditions
    • c) Forget our ancestors
    • d) Dislike our family
  11. Families can be _____.
    • a) Large or small
    • b) Only large
    • c) Only small
    • d) Only immediate
  12. Knowing our Family History connects us with _____.
    • a) Friends
    • b) Teachers
    • c) Ancestors
    • d) Neighbors
  13. We can learn about History from _____.
    • a) Playing games
    • b) Reading books
    • c) Watching cartoons
    • d) Eating food
  14. Family History teaches us about _____.
    • a) Sports
    • b) Traditions
    • c) New games
    • d) New songs
  15. The male parent in the family is called the _____.
    • a) Brother
    • b) Father
    • c) Sister
    • d) Mother

Conclusion:

  • The teacher goes around to mark and provide feedback on the pupils’ answers.
  • Recap of the key points discussed in the previous lessons.

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Mid-Term Revision and Test on History

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