Welcome to the Single National Curriculum (SNC) Feedback Portal.
Here you will find a DRAFT version of updates to the curriculum for ECCE to Grade 12. Please give your feedback on all material shared.
After feedback is incorporated, SNC for Grades 6-8 will be notified for implementation in the Academic Year starting in 2022. First round of feedback for these grades is due on December 20, 2021.
An updated curriculum for ECCE to Grade 5 and for Grades 9-12 will be notified later, for implementation in the Academic Year starting 2023.
Rationale of Changes for
improvement in History SNC Curriculum (6-8)
major change is to replace the Thematic teaching of History
with the strategy of teaching History in a chronological order.
Teaching History through this
pluralistic understanding of sequential causes and effects of
events of the past. It enables the students to critically
analyse how one event is linked with the other. This
interconnection of historical events also enables their own
with the past.
There is some addition of topics of
world history, especially those which had a direct and indirect
impact on the
of the subcontinent for
a greater understanding. This addition
that the students can opt for the subject of History in their
has been divided into four
Knowledge and Understanding of
Events, and People of
Cause and Effect of events and
Difference, Links and Comparisons
within and across the Study
The first one is to
explore the facts and knowledge of the past events and people. The
next two are constructed on the critical thinking of cause and
effect, compare and contrast, and to initiate the process of
metacognition of their own behaviour by learning lessons from
domain/strand is included to introduce the learning strategies for
history students. This strand comprises the learning of the use of
primary and secondary sources of information to collect
information. Students are taught to gather evidence for validity,
organise information and communicate their findings using
historical terminology through timelines, organograms, Venn
diagrams, and to produce oral, written, visual, and digital
last thing added to this curriculum is the addition of the core
values to actively participate in the process of democracy,
citizenship, global citizenship by generating a sense of
responsibility for the social wellbeing of Pakistan and the