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FIRST TERM SOCIAL STUDIES SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY THREE (3)

SUB THEME: FAMILY AS THE BASIC UNIT OF SOCIETY

WEEK 1: THE NUCLEAR AND EXTENDED FAMILIES

  • MEANING AND DEFINITIONS

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teachers briefly defines family and emphasizes the nuclear family.
  2. She displays poster or chart of s nuclear family
  3. She asks pupils to mention the members of their extended family. She leads pupils to discuss and identify members of the nuclear family.
  4. Teacher leads pupils to explain the relation-ship between members of the nuclear family.
  5. She lists and explains the names given to members of nuclear and extended families. I.e. brother, sister, uncle, cousin, aunt, etc.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils listen to the teacher’s explanation
  2. Observe posters/ pictures on display and identify members of the family
  3. Participate in the discussion on the relationship of members of the  extended family

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  1. Pictures of family members.
  2. Newspaper cuttings of families
  3. Pupils notebooks and drawing materials

WEEK 2: RESPECT AMONG EXTENDED FAMILY

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher draws family tree and explains close blood relations in an extended family.
  2. She demonstrates how to show respect to members of the nuclear and extended families.
  3. She uses guided questions to identify various ways family members respect each other.
  4. She explains the benefits of respect in relationship e.g. concern and interest for one another.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Role – play respect among members of the extended family
  2. Listen to teacher’s explanation
  3. Participate in class discussion
    TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:
  4. Pictures of family members.
  5. Picture showing ways of respect
  6. Textbooks
  7. Pictures of family tree.

WEEK 3:  The Nuclear and Extended Families (roles each family’s member plays)

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Mention some of the roles of each members of the family.
  2. Explains the roles/functions of extended family members in details.
  3. Assist in directing parents in child’s upbringing.
  4. Extended family members gives the child a social identity
  5. Help in keeping family history.
  6. Teacher explains how extended family members assist parents/contribute to a child’s upbringing.
  7. Teacher ask pupils to find out from home who are members of their extended family and the roles they play in their upbringing

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Mention some of the roles of each member of the extended family. E.g. aunts, uncles, etc.
  2. Participate in class  discussion
  3. Respond to questions and ask questions

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Pupils textbooks
  2. Pictures of a family tree

WEEK 4: TYPES OF MARRIAGE IN OUR COMMUNITY 1

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher uses questioning method to explain meaning of marriage.
  2. She defines marriage as: lawful and acceptable union of a man and a woman to make a family.
  3. She displays pictures of different marriages in our society
  4. With guided questions she explains reasons for marriage.
  5. Companionship
  6. Procreation etc.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Participate in the class discussion
  2. Listen and respond to teacher’s question
  3. Observe the pictures displayed by teacher and identify the four types of marriage.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  1. Pictures
  2. Photograph
  3. posters

WEEK 5:  TYPES OF MARRIAGE IN OUR COMMUNITY II

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher asks pupils to narrate their experiences of marriages ceremonies they have witnessed.
  2. She explains the types of marriage practiced in our society i.e. monogamy, polygamy
  3. She role- plays the type of marriage in our society.
  4. She displays pictures depicting both monogamy and polygamy and asks pupils to observe and comment on them.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Participate in the class discussion
  2. Listen and respond to teacher’s question.
  3. Observe the pictures displayed by teacher and identify the four  types of marriage


TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  1. Charts, Pictures and posters showing different types marriage
  2. Video clips
  3. Pupils notebook

WEEK 6: BENEFITS/ ADVANTAGES OF MARRIAGE

                  TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher uses questioning methods to identify various benefit of marriage.
  2. Emotional Benefit.
  3. Financial benefit.
  4. Legal Benefits.
  5. Benefit to children.
  6. Teacher explain in details the aforementioned benefit.
  7. She highlights failure of marriage e.g.
  8. Financial problem
  9. Lack of trust
  10. Misunderstanding
  11. infertility

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. pupils listen to teacher explanation
  2. Ask and answer questions on the advantages of marriage.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Charts, Pictures and posters showing different types marriage
  • Video clips
  • Pupils notebook

WEEK 7: REVISION AND MID TERM’S TEST

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES: REVISION AND MID TERM’S TEST

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: REVISION AND MID TERM’S TEST

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

WEEK 8: Various Ways Getting Married and the Objects Used For the Ceremony. TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES: 

  1. Some days before the lesson the teacher assigns to pupils to find out how marriage is practiced in their community and the objects used for the ceremony.
  2. Teacher explains marriage practices in Nigeria i.e. Agreement between the two families, payment of dowry.
  3. She asks pupils to narrate to the class a marriage ceremony they have attended.
  4. She highlights the objects used in marriage in their locality e.g.
  5. Dowry
  6. Tubers of yam
  7. Goat
  8. Wine, etc.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils find out how marriage is practiced and the objects used.
  2. Listen to teacher’s explanation.
  3. Narrate their experiences of marriage ceremony.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Textbook
  • Object used in marriage ceremony
  • Poster of food, family in a marriage ceremony.

WEEK 9: Various Ways of Getting Married and the Objects Used In the Ceremony.

  • Process/procedure

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher demonstrates to the pupil’s some of the processes of marriage practices.
  2. She lists the processes as:
  3. Religious marriage e.g. church/mosque.
  4. Traditional Marriage
  5. Court marriage.
  • Teacher explains these processes one after the other.
  • She dramatizes marriage practices in the community.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Listen and respond to teacher’s discussion.
  2. Participate in class discussion
  3. Watch the teacher’s drama
  4. Dramatise any form of marriage in groups.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  1. Posters and charts
  2. Notebooks
  3. Quran, bible
  4. Pictures of mosque and church, court.

WEEK 10: FUNCTIONS / BENEFITS OF MARRIAGE

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher demonstrates the functions of marriage in the lives of individuals and the community at large.
  2. Teacher explains the following functions one after the other.
  3. Protection of children.
  4. Children socialization
  5. Provision of legal parent to children
  6. Give economic security to women
  7. Provision of social security to women.
  8. Increase of man power
  9. Establishment of joints fund
  10. Fulfillness of basic needs
  11. Perpetuation of the lineage.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Listen and respond to teacher’s questions.
  2. They mention the functions and benefits of marriage.
    TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS
  3. Posters
  4. Charts showing different types of marriage.
  5. Some items of bride price.

WEEK 11: REVISION

 WEEK 12: REVISION

WEEK 13: EXAMINATION

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