SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES
TERM: THIRD TERM
WEEK: WEEK 9 and 10
CLASS: PRIMARY 1
AGE: SIX (6) YEARS
DURATION: 40 MINUTES
TOPIC: CONCEPT OF SECURITY I
Units: sources of danger and insecurity
At the end of this lesson, learners should be able to:
- Identify the various sources of danger and insecurity
TEACHING AND LEARNING AIDS
- Pictures of road accidents and fire outbreaks
- Whiteboard/ chalkboard
- Informative poster
- Informative videos
- Class Discussion
- Questions and Answers
- NERDC Basic Education Curriculum for primary schools.
- Universal Basic Education Board Curriculum for Primary Schools
- Lagos State Scheme of Work for Social studies
- Online Materials.
- Social Studies Text Books for Primary Schools
Danger is the condition of being expose to harm or injury. Danger means when you are not safe.
Insecurity means when you are not safe from danger or injury or when you don’t feel safe.
VARIOUS SOURCES OF DANGER AND INSECURITY
- Bad road
- Drug abuse
- Allowing Law offender to go scot free
- Failure of parent
- Weak borders
- Influx of arms
- Under develop society
VARIOUS SOURCES OF DANGER TO HEALTH
- Contaminated water
- Hazardous Waste dump site
- Combustion site
- Blocked chimneys (fireplaces)
- heating systems like stove, gas
- Wood or electric grills
Precautions against Dangers and Insecurity
- Avoid Bad road
- Don not be an illiterate
- Provision of jobs
- Do not abuse Drugs
- Law offender be dealt with
- Avoid Corruption
- Reduce Poverty
- Receive Proper training from parent
- Strengthen our borders
- There should be development in the society
- Teacher briefly discuss the previous lesson (why we must not waste water).
- Teacher defines and explain various sources of danger and insecurity
- The Teacher write the note on the board.
CONCLUSION: the teacher summarize the lesson and answer pupil’s questions.
The teacher ask the learners to:
- Mention three various sources of danger and insecurity
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