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HISTORY SCHEME OF WORK SPN ABAD KE-21 ( SHOULD DO SOW)

16th July 2009


SOW SHOULD DO

SECONDARY YEAR 7

SUGGESTED
VALUES & THINKING TEACHING
THEME CONTENT LEARNING OUTCOMES CONCEPTS
ATTITUDES SKILLS ACTIVITIES &
RESOURCES
(12 periods- 4 periods per sub content)Investigating the pastTheme 1

1.1 - Aspects of history Students will be able to: -Time -Interpreting Activity:
• What is History? - Appreciation of
• Why do we study • Discuss the importance of -Chronology history as a -Analysing Design a comic strip
history? studying History. discipline. on a visit to a
• Who are the Historians -Sequencing
-Evidence museum and what
• Who are the - Appreciation of you thing you can find
• Explain the purpose and -Identifying
archaeologists?
uses of historical sources -Archaeology cultural roots and or see in the
• Where do they keep
and archaeology. heritage -Communicating museum.
their findings?
-Civilisation
• Archives
• Use time line. -Remembering
• Museums
- Society - Instinct for survival
.
- Kingship

-Power

- Religion
1.2 – Measuring the past Activity:
• The Calendar
• The Muslim Calendar a. Designing
family tree &
1.3 Chronology and Timeline doing some
investigations
1.4 The Divisions and Periods to gather
of History information.
b. Interviewing
• Prehistoric Times and finding out
• Historic Times more about
your family’s
background
e.g. Family
Tree, Roots etc
from your
Parents or
Grandparents.
c. Put together a
scrap book on
the history of
your school or
neighborhood
employing all
the historical
methods and
procedures
you have been
taught.
• Identify different Treasure Hunt:
1.5 – Evidence from the past calendars.
a) ‘Plant’ things in
• Understand the
• Types of Evidences the ground;
sequences of time & after few
• Family History
events weeks ask the
• Evidences with
Reference to Brunei. • Students will be able students to dig
• Archaeological to use time line. it out to
Findings experience the
• Historical Sources in idea of
Brunei archeologist’s
work.
• The coming of Islam to
b) Prepare a map
Brunei
of the school,
• Two sources of
the students
Historical evidences
will go round
the school and
discover the
treasures
planted. As a
continuous
activity, the
students can
list down the
things that they
had discovered
such as
porcelain,
watches,
letters, stamps,
books, coins,
old maps and
etc.
ub content)Brunei Sultanate, 14th to 16th centuryTheme 2

-Kingship - Appreciation of Interpreting Activity:


2.1 – The Founding of Brunei Students will be able to: /Sultanate Brunei’s early history.
-Analysing - Role play on how
• The Story of the 14 • Tell the story of the -Religion - Good governance Brunei Sultanate was
Brothers. founding of Brunei. -Understanding established
-Hierarchy - Mutual respect
• Explain how Brunei -Empathy - Make charts on the
Sultanate was -Expansion -Tolerance contributions of the
established. -Recall Sultans
-Power - Family -Presenting -Draw a map showing
2.2 - The establishment of the - Brunei’s empire
Brunei Sultanate -Golden age -Harmony Communicating during Sultan Bolkiah.

-Relationship - Courage -Comparing - Drawing


Competition on Panji-
- Empire -Sequencing Panji Brunei.

- Culture -Categorising - Project work on


making 3D panji-panji
-Trade - using cardboards etc.
Comprehensio
- Expansion n -Project work on
making tombstones
4.3 - The Reign of Sultan - understanding -Do an educational Visit
Hashim to Royal Regalia. At the
(1885-1906) -Interpreting end of the visit, students
are to do a report on
• Further loss of -Inferring their trip.
territories
- Comparing -Do map work:
• The treaty of protection Show the loss of
1888 - Evaluating territories during the
reign of SOAS II, Sultan
• Seizure of Limbang -Cause and Abdul Momin and
Effect. Sultan Hashim. Each
• Disturbances in Belait group should do a
and Tutong -Empathise presentation on their
findings.
• The McArthur Report -Sequencing
--Groupwork:
Ask the students to
• Supplementary
discuss the reasons
Agreement 1905-1906
why Sultan Hashim
agreed to sign the
Protectorate Agreement
and why it was a failure.

-Role Play on any of the


following areas:

a)Trevenan’s
investigation in Limbang
and the out come.

b) Cession of Labuan.

c) Attack on Brunei
Town 1846.

-Individual Project:

Project on the life of


Sultan Hashim; his life
before he became the
Sultan, his struggles
and determination to
save Brunei kingdom
and to claim Limbang
with the help of Maps.

SECONDARY Year 8
SUGGESTED
VALUES &
THEME CONTENT LEARNING OUTCOMES CONCEPTS SKILLS TEACHING
ATTITUDES
ACTIVITIES
ctionTheme 5

-Political -good governance - Evaluation. Suggested learning activities.


Students will be able to:
5.1 The Reign of Sultan changes 1. Draw time line on events during
Muhammad Jamalul Alam II - law and order - Recall the reign of Sultan Ahmad Tajuddin
• List and categorise the either as
(1906-1924) advantages and -Trade
- Resourcefulness - Cause and a) Individual work in the students
disadvantages of the notebook or
-Economic Effect
5.2 - Sultan Ahmad Tajuddin • Describe the conditions/ - Recognise Suggested Activities:
(1924-1950) Explain what life was cause and effect.
like during the a. Making
Japanese occupation -Empathy. Models:
• Discovery of oil ♣ Kajang
• Analyze the short term -Recall. houses.
and long term of the ♣ Changes in
• The coming of the Japanese Occupation -Analysis. Seria town.
Japanese to Brunei on Brunei ♣ Nodding
-Transfer of donkeys.
-Japanese Knowledge. ♣ Oil tanks.
administration in Aerial view of
Brunei - Inference. the town
before and
- Liberation by the -Compare and after.
Allied contrast. ♣ Graphs on oil
production.
- Effects of Japanese -Consider long
Occupation term and short b. Role play:
term results.
♣ Discovery of oil
– Marriot and
-Recall.
Cochrane.
-Paragraphing
c. With the help
and organizing
of your parents
skills.
or
Grandparents
find out how
your district or
village was
affected by the
Japanese
occupation.

d. Create an
album on the
period of
Japanese
occupation.
Explore and
discover from
the internet,
books, articles
etc. Paste
pictures,
calendars,
money,
stamps, coins,
flags, maps
etc.
ependenceTheme 6

6.1 SOAS III Students will be able to: -Self-government - Loyalty - Recognise Suggested Activities:
cause and
• Early life -Historical figure - Sense of belonging effects. a. Put together a
• Career experiences • Explain how SOAS III’s early Political, social scrap book on
• Ascension to the career helped prepare him and economic - Determination - Understanding SOAS III.
throne for kingship development (Collect
- Confidence - Analysis pictures,
• 1st NDP -Education newspaper
nd
• Describe the social and
6.2 Brunei’s independence -Evaluation. - Find the Flags of the
member countries of the
• Road to the organizations.
independence of
Brunei - Locate on a Map the
- 1971 centre of the
Agreement organosation.
- 1979
Agreement - Draw the LOGO of the
organizations.
• Brunei’s international
relations with the - Interview Activity:
outside world Interview people who
were present at Taman
Omar Ali Saifuddein
who witnessed the
historic proclaimation.

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