The teacher explains the Gowon’s coming into power, the nine point programs and states and explains the achievements and failures of the regime.
Pictures of the road maps of the reconstruction will be used.
The students explain and mention the achievements and failures of the regime.
THE MILITARY RULE CONTINUED;
Factors that led to the 1975 coup.
The land use decree
The structure of the administration/indigenization programme.
The teacher states and explains the factors that led to 1975 coup, the land use decree- land tenure system, the structure of the regime and the indigenization programme.
Pictures and land maps are used.
The students are permitted individually to explain them.
THE SECOND REPUBLIC 1979;
1979 republican constitution.
Socio economic programmes.
The teacher discusses the difference between the first and the second republic, the problems of economy and the introduction of presidential system of government.
Teaching aids; copy of the 1979 constitution calendar of the executive etc.
Students differentiate the republic and discuss the programmes – 1979’s.
THE SECOND REPUBLIC 1979 CONTINUED;-
Federal character and federal structure
Adoption of bicameralism.
Practice of multi- party democracy.
The teacher with the aid of maps and charts for bicameral structure, explain the federal character, federal structure and the nature of multi-party democracy- explain what party and democracy means.
Students explain individually.
THE RETURN OF THE MILITARY;
The factors that led to 1983 coup.
The programmes of the regime and the anti-corruption programme- Buhari/Idiagbon regime.
The teacher outlines the factors that led to the return of the Military- 1983, the collapse of economy constitutional crisis and social breakdown. With the aid of newspaper cutting and video clips of activities. Discus about war against indiscipline.
The students explain on the WAI.
THE RETURN OF THE MILITARY CONTINUED;
Economic Policy of 1983
The teacher discusses on the economic policy of 1983, advantages and disadvantages.
The students are made to state and explain the various merits and demerits of the 1983 economic policy.
IBRAHIM BABANGIDA REGIME 1985-1993;-
Structure of the regime and transition programme.
The teacher enumerates on the Babangida programme; military president, supreme military council.
Transition programme and the regime conceptualization of democracy.
Map of Nigeria showing the new state structure of 1993.
The students individually outline the structures of the regime.
IBRAHIM BABANGIDA REGIME 1985-1993 CONTINUED;-
Socio-economic programme of the regime
Women empowerment programme.
The teacher discusses on the economic conditions of 1993 and women empowerment programme.
Teaching materials; government policy papers/maps.
The students explain the economic and women programmes.