JAMB Syllabus for Hausa Language 2022/2023

The JAMB Hausa Language syllabus is the topic you must study for the UTME examination.

Using the JAMB syllabus to study for your examination is the open secret to getting a high score.

The JAMB Hausa Language syllabus also contains objectives for each topic. These objectives are what you must know for every topic you study.

This post contains the complete list of topics in the JAMB Hausa Language syllabus.

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JAMB Syllabus for Hausa

Adabi (Literature)

  • Maganganun Azanci (Folk – Sayings)
  • Wakoki  Na Baka (Oral Songs)
  • Wasannin Kwaikwayo Na Gargajiya (Traditional Drama)
  • Zuben Baka (Narratives)
  • Waka (Poetry)
  • Wasan Kwaikwayo (Drama)
  • Zube (Prose)

Alâ’adu (Culture)

  • Bukukuwa Da Wasanni (Cultural Festivities)
  • Camfe-Camfe Da Bauta (Traditional Beliefs And Worship)
  • Kayayyakin Bu?Atun Rayuwa (Material Culture)
  • Magungunan Gargajiya (Traditional Medicine)
  • Rayuwar Hausawa (Hausa Rite De Passage)
  • Sanaâ’oâ’in Gargajiya (Traditional Occupations)
  • Sarautun Gargajiya (Traditional Authority)
  • Zamantakewa (Social Institutions)

Harshe (Language)

  • Kâ’idojin Rubutu (Orthography)
  • Kirar Kalma (Morphology)
  • Auna Fahimta (Comprehension)
  • Fassara (Translation)
  • Ginin Jumla (Syntax)
  • Maâ’ana (Semantics)
  • Tsarin Rubutun Inshaâ’i (Composition/Letter Writing Techniques)
  • Tsarin Sauti (Phonology)

ZAƁAƁƁUN  LITTATTAFAI

NauÂ’i       Marubuci                Littafi

Zube:        Bambale, M.B.         Kome Nisan Dare
                                                Zaria: NNPC, 2009
                                                WAEC AND NECO

Waƙa:      Haɗeja, M.     Waƙoƙin Mu’azu Haɗeja
                                                 Zaria: NNPC, 1980
                                                 WAEC AND NECO

Wasan
Kwaikwayo:
 Katsina, U.Ɗ.     Kulɓa Na Ɓarna
                                                Zaria: NNPC, 2011
                                                WAEC AND NECO

  • Galadanci, M.K.M. (1976), Introduction to Hausa Grammar, Zaria: Longman.
  • Junju, M.H. (1980), Rayayyen Nahawun Hausa, Zaria: NNPC.
  • Muhammad, Y.M. (2005), Fassarar Hausa, Zaria: ABU Press.
  • Sani, M.A.Z. (1999), Tsarin Sauti Da Nahawun Hausa, Ibadan: UP Plc.
  • Sani, M.A.Z. et al (2000), Exam Focus: Hausa Language, Ibadan: UP Plc.
  • Skinner, N. (1977), Grammar of Hausa, Zaria: NNPC.
  • Yahaya, I.Y. et al (1992), Darussan Hausa 1 – 3, Ibadan: UP Plc Don manyan makarantun sakandare.

B. ADABI DA ALÂ’ADU (LITERATURE AND CULTURE)

  • Bichi, A.Y. (1979), Wa?o?in Bikin Aure, Lagos: Nelson.
  • Dangambo, A. (1984), Rabe – Raben Adabin Baka da Muhimmancinsa Ga Rayuwar Hausawa, Kano: T.P.C.
  • Gusau, S.M. (1991), Maka?a Da Mawa?an Hausa, Kaduna: Fisbas Media Service.
  • Ibrahim, M.S. (1977), Kowa Ya Sha Ki?a, Zaria: Longman.
  • Madauci, I. et al (1992), Hausa Customs, Zaria: ABU Press.
  • Umar, M.B. (1976), ?anmaraya Jos Da Wa?o?insa, Ibadan: OUP.
  • Umar, M.B. (1977), Wasannin Tashe, Zaria: NNPC.

C. ?AMUSAI (DICTIONARIES)

  • Bargery G.P. (1951), A Hausa – English Dictionary and English-Hausa Vocabulary London: OUP.
  • Newman, R.M. (1997), An English-Hausa Dictionary, Ibadan: Longman.
  • Newman and Newman (1977), Sabon ?amus Na Hausa Zuwa Turanci, Ibadan: UPL.
  • Skinner, N. (1993), Kamus Na Turanci Da Hausa, Zaria: NNPC.
  • CSNL: (2006), ?amusun Hausa Na JamiÂ’ar Bayero ta Kano, Kano: CSNL.

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