TITLE: LESSON NOTE ON SECURITY EDUCATION
SUBJECT: SECURITY EDUCATION
TERM: SECOND TERM
WEEK: WEEK 8 – 11
CLASS: PRIMARY 3
NAME OF TEACHER:
AGE OF STUDENTS:
CLASS COMPOSITION: Slow and fast learners.
DURATION: 40 MINUTES
TOPIC: ELEMENTS OF CRIMINAL BEHAVIOURS
At the end of this topic, Pupils should be able to:
- Criminal behaviours
- Punishment for each criminal offences
TEACHING AND LEARNING AIDS
- Whiteboard/ chalkboard
- Informative poster
- Informative videos clips
- Law bills
- picture of a prisoner
- Copy of Nigerian constitution
- 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.
- Edudelight Security Education Text Books for Primary Schools.
ENTRY BEHAVIOUR/ PREVIOUS LESSON: the students are familiar with Security Agency.
WORD FILE: criminal, offences, imprisonment.
Identification of various criminal offences.
- Bodily arm
- Examination malpractice
- Selling of bad food and fake drugs. etc.
Meaning and definition of each criminal behaviour
Falsehood – means the act of deceiving people or lying to people.
PUNISHMENT FOR EACH CRIMINAL OFFENCES
Falsehood – the accused person will be arrested by the police and charged to court. If found guilty, they can be fined or sentenced to a certain period of imprisonment according to the dictate of law.
- Teacher leads pupils to identify various criminal offences.
- She mentions the different criminal behaviours:
- Teacher discusses the meaning and definition of each criminal behaviour listed.
- Teacher states the punishment for each of the offences
- Teacher organizes excursion visit to security agencies within their vicinity e.g. Police Station.
- Teacher display /show video clip of a court proceeding on criminal case.
Learners participate in the class discussion
- What is the meaning of security agency?
- What is the role of security agency
- Mention five security agency names
CONCLUSION: the teacher summarize the lesson and answer questions.
PREVIOUS LESSON: MEANING AND DEFINITION OF CRIME