FIRST TERM BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY ONE (1)

Lagos State Scheme of Work for Basic Science

First Term Basic Science CurriculumEdudelight.com

THEME: BASIC SCIENCE

SUB- THEME: LEARNING ABOUT OUR ENVIRONMENT

WEEK 1

TOPIC: Observation and identification of things in and around the class room.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. observe and identify things in and around the class room.
  2. names some things in the class room.

CONTENT:

  1. Things in and around the class room
  2. Drawing some things found in the class

TEACHER  ACTIVITIES:

  1. Takes pupils on a study work around the class room.
  2. Tell pupils things in the class room.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Look closely at their teachers and other pupils in class.
  2. Describe what they see.
  3. Look carefully around the class room and describe things there.

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS: Objects in and around the class room.

EVALUATION GUIDE : Pupils to:

  1. name and identify three things in and around the class room.
  2. draw any two things found in the class room.

 

WEEK 2

TOPIC: Observation and identification of things in and around the school.

 

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. observe and identify things around the school, playground, school farm and garden.
  2. name some of the things found on the play ground, school farm or garden.

CONTENT: Things in the school, playground, school farm or garden.

TEACHER  ACTIVITIES:

  1. Takes pupils on a study work around and outside the school.
  2. Guides pupils to make careful observation and describe the things observed.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Observe the things on the play ground, school farm or garden.
  2. Collect some of the things found in the school compound.
  3. Name the things collected.
  4. TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS: Things on the playground.

Things on the school farm or garden.

EVALUATION GUIDE : Pupils to:

  1. identify and name three things found in the playground.
  2. identify and name three things in the school farm or garden.
  3. draw any two things in the school farm.

WEEK 3

TOPIC: Observation and identification of things in and

around the home.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. observe and identify things around the home.

2. name some things found in the home.

3. sort the things into groups.

4. draw some of the things found in the home.

CONTENT: Observation and identification of things in:

a. The sitting room.

b. Bedroom

c. Kitchen

d. Toilet and bathroom

e. The compound

2. Sorting things into group.

3. Drawing some of the things in the home.

4. Uses of the things.

TEACHER  ACTIVITIES:

1. Prepares chart of pictures of things found in the home.

 2. Guides pupils to observe, identify and sort and mention the uses of the things.

3. Guides pupils to draw some of the things in the home.

4. Asks pupils to draw some of the things from home.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Look closely at pictures or charts of things found in the home.

2. Identify some of the things found in the picture or chart.

3. Mention things found in

 a. Bedroom

b. The sitting room

c. The kitchen

d. The toilet and bathroom.

4. Name other things found in their homes.

5. Draw some of the things you have identified on the chart.

6. Mention the use of some of the things.

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS: Pictures/charts of things found in the home.

EVALUATION GUIDE : Pupils to:

1. name at least two things found in:

a. the sitting room.

b. the kitchen.

c. the bathroom and toilet.

d. the bedroom.

e. the compound.

2. draw one each of the things found in the different sections of the home.

3. state the uses of each of the things they draw in (2) above.

WEEK 4

TOPIC: Types of roads within the school.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. identify types of roads around the school.

2. name types of road within the school.

CONTENT:Types of roads within the school.

TEACHER  ACTIVITIES: Guides pupils to identify types of roads within the school.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Observe and identify types of roads within the school.

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS: Charts and models of roads.

EVALUATION GUIDE : Pupils to:

1. identify types of roads within the school.

2. name types of roads within the school.

WEEK 5:

TOPIC: Types of roads outside the school.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. identify types of roads outside the school.

2. name types of roads outside the school.

CONTENT:Types of roads outside the school.

TEACHER  ACTIVITIES: Guides pupils to identify types of roads outside the

school.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Observe and identify types of roads outside the school.

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS: Charts and models of roads.

EVALUATION GUIDE : Ask pupils to:

1. Identify types of road outside the school

2. Name types of roads outside the school

THEME: BASIC SCIENCE

SUB- THEME: LEARNING ABOUT OUR ENVIRONMENT

WEEK 6

TOPIC: Safety along the road.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to: demonstrate safety along the road.

CONTENT: Walking along the road.

TEACHER  ACTIVITIES: Demonstrates walking safely along the road.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Listen and practice how to walk safely along the road.

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS: Chart of road.

EVALUATION GUIDE : Pupils to: demonstrate how to walk safely along

the road.

WEEK 7

TOPIC: Safety across the road.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. demonstrate safety across the road.

2. state safety rules across the road.

CONTENT: Cross the road.

TEACHER  ACTIVITIES: Demonstrate walking safely across the road.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Practice walking safely across the road.

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS: Charts/pictures of roads.

EVALUATION GUIDE : Pupils to:

1. demonstrate how to walk safely across the road.

2. state safety rules when crossing the road.

WEEK 8

TOPIC: Soil as part of our surrounding.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.            recognize soil as part of our environment.

2.            say the meaning of soil.

CONTENT: Meaning of soil

TEACHER  ACTIVITIES: Guides pupils to identify soil as component of the surrounding.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Touch and feel soil in the playground.

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS: Soil

EVALUATION GUIDE : Pupils to: observe and state the meaning of soil.

WEEK 9

TOPIC: Types of soil

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. name the types of soil.

2. describe the different soil types.

3. collect soil samples from

a. school garden farm.

b. courtyards.

4. observe the sample collected from soil in (3) above.

CONTENT:

1. Soil.

2. Collecting, observing and describing the soil samples from

a. School garden/farm.

b. Courtyard.

TEACHER  ACTIVITIES:

1. Guides the pupils to make careful observations of soils samples collected from

a. School garden/farm

b. Courtyard.

2. Guides pupils to describe the soil samples collected from the sited mentioned above.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Collect soil sample from

a. School garden/farm

b. Courtyard.

2. Look closely feel and touch the soils collected from the sites mentioned above.

3. Describe the differences soil sample collected.

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS:

1. School garden/farms

2. Class courtyards.

3. Cutlasses, hoes and spades

4. Bucket/basin, tins (cans).

EVALUATION GUIDE : Ask pupils to:

1. name the difference soil types.

2. observe and describe the soil.

3. discuss the soil as part of our environment.

WEEK 10

TOPIC: Importance of soil

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. list the importance of soil to plant and animals.

2. state the uses of soil.

CONTENT:

1. Importance of soil plant.

a. Anchor for plants.

b. Sources of plant nutrient.

c. Pathway for drainage.

2. Importance of soil to man,

a. for agriculture purposes.

b. For building, molding, pottery, road construction etc.

3. Importance of soil to other animals;

a. Source of food.

b. Living places (habitat).

TEACHER  ACTIVITIES:

  1. Grow potted plants three weeks before the lesson.
  2. Identifies construction site and potters workshop for class visits.
  3. Takes pupils on a field trip.
  4. Guides pupils in making careful observation of the potted plant so as to be able to describe the importance of soil to plants and man.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Look closely at a potted plant.

2. Pull out the potted plant form the soil and describe how easy the task of pulling is.

3. Describe the role played by the soil to the growth of the plant.

4. Describe the different things soil can be used for.

5. Visit construction sites and potter’s workshop.

6. Make models of familiar objects.

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS:

1. Soil sample.

2. Potted plant.

3. Chart showing land preparation for agriculture.

4. Chart on production from soil e.g. clay pot, mud house, and food item/crops.

EVALUATION GUIDE : Pupils to:

1. state at least three benefit of soil to plant and animal.

2. describe the various use of soil to human.

WEEK 11 : REVISION

WEEK 12 : EXAMINATION

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