SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION
TERM: THIRD TERM
WEEK: WEEK 6
CLASS: PRIMARY 6
DURATION: 40 MINUTES
TOPIC: DRUG LAWS AND THEIR ENFORCEMENT
- DEFINITION OF DRUG LAWS
- DRUG TRAFFICKING
- SOURCES OF ILLEGAL DRUGS
- CONSEQUENCES OF TRAFFICKING IN DRUG
At the end of this discussion in this Module, children should be able to:
- KNOW THE DEFINITION OF DRUG LAWS
- KNOW WHAT IS DRUG TRAFFICKING
- KNOW THE SOURCES OF ILLEGAL DRUGS
- KNOW THE CONSEQUENCES OF TRAFFICKING IN DRUG
TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS
- Whiteboard/ chalkboard
- Interactive Poster
- Interactive Video
- Lagos State Scheme of Work.
- Universal Basic Education Curriculum.
- NERDC Basic Education Curriculum
- Online Materials.
- Civic Education Text Books for Primary Schools
THE DEFINITION OF DRUG LAWS
Drug laws are the laws guiding the manufacturing, processing, possession, distribution, sales and consumption of drugs. It monitor the use of some illegal drugs that acts as stimulants.
It is the illegal buying and selling of drugs. People that do this are called DRUG TRAFFICKERS. Drug trafficking is a crime and it is a punishable offence in Nigeria.
Some of these illegal drugs are:
SOURES OF ILLEGAL DRUG
- Club houses
- Beer parlours
- Roadside hawkers
- Motor packs
- Under bridges
- Cultivated vegetation
- Uncultivated vegetation
THE CONSEQUENCES OF TRAFFICKING IN DRUG
- Payment of fine
- Seizure of assets
- Loss of properties
- The Teacher revises the previous lesson.
- The Teacher introduces the topic.
- The Teacher explains the lessons.
- What Is The Definition Of Drug Laws?
- What Is Drug Trafficking
- List Three Sources Of Illegal Drugs
- List Tree Consequences Of Trafficking Drug
CONCLUSION: the teacher summarize the lesson.