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MODERN HOUSES

TITLE: LESSON NOTE ON CIVIC EDUCATION

SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION

THEME: OUR VALUES

TERM: FIRST TERM

WEEK: WEEK 2

CLASS: PRIMARY 4

NAME OF TEACHER:

DATE:          

AGE OF STUDENTS:

CLASS COMPOSITION: Slow and fast learners.

PERIOD:

 DURATION: 40 MINUTES

TOPIC: MODERN HOUSES

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

At the end of this discussion in this unit, students should be able to know:

  1. Modern houses
  2. Ways of  making people own houses

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS

  • Toy houses
  • Textbook
  • Writing materials
  • Whiteboard/ chalkboard
  • Interactive poster
  • Interactive video

REFERENCE MATERIALS

  • Lagos State Civic Education Scheme of Work.
  • Universal Basic Education Curriculum.
  • NERDC Basic Education Curriculum for Primary Schools
  • Unified Schemes of Work Primary Schools for Civic Education (MIDDLE BASIC)
  • Internet
  • Nigeria Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC)
  • Edudelight Civic Education TextBooks for Primary Schools

ENTRY BEHAVIOUR/ PREVIOUS LESSON: the students are familiar with.

WORD FILE:  skyscraper,  corrugated.                 

                              CONTENT OF THE LESSON

MODERN HOUSES

Modern houses is divided into two (2) namely:

  1. Storey Building:  A storey can be a one – storey building or more than one depending on financial ability of the owner. E.g. skyscraper or high rise building.
  2. Duplexes: they are modern house with room and two floors, built with cement and corrugated iron roofing sheets.
  3. Flats: they are set of rooms usually on the floor of a building with two or more floors. It may be one, two or more bedroom flat.
  4. Penthouse: it is an apartment located on the top floors of a building.
  5. Skyscrapers/ towers: a building with many stories
  6. Bungalows: a small house with single story

REASONS WHY MANY PEOPLE DO NOT OWN HOUSES IN NIGERIA

The following are the reasons that is responsible for people not having houses

  1.  High cost of building materials
  2. Difficulty in obtaining loans
  3. Poverty
  4. Problem of high cost of land
  5. Lack of space in some places where we have more mountains, hills, rivers etc.

WAYS OF MAKING PEOPLE OWN HOUSES

The following are ways people can own houses:

  1. Encourage people to save money for building project.
  2. The cost of buying land should be reduced.
  3. Getting loans should be made easier.
  4. Cost of building materials should be reduced.

PROVISION AND ACQUISITION OF HOUSES

People acquire houses through:

  1. Savings and personal efforts.
  2. Through housing cooperation.
  3. Loan from commercial banks.
  4. Loan from mortgage banks.
  5. Government allocation.

WAYS OF MAKING PEOPLE OWN HOUSE

The following are step people taken to own a house

  1. Buy a land
  2. Get a certificate of occupancy
  3. Get the architectural design/ building plan
  4. Get  surveyor to survey the land
  5. Get approval of building plan by the land registry in your area
  6. Get other necessary document
  7. Buy building materials
  8. Start building

HOUSE CONSTRUCTION

When building a house the builders involves should follow the right approaches and principles, ethics.

VALUES IN HOUSE CONSTRUCTION

The following are values required to build a good house

  1. Hardworking
  2. Honesty from builders
  3. Have concern for others
  4. Accountabilities in house building
  5. Good and quality materials
  6. Professional skills

PRESENTATION

  • The Teacher revises the previous term lessons (HOUSES – OUR VALUES).
  • Teacher leads the pupils to understand the topic: MODERN HOUSES.
  • She/he explain the types of modern houses.
  • .Teacher leads pupils to mention ways of making people own houses.

EVALUATIVE ACTIVITIES

  • What is Modern houses
  • Mention three Ways of  making people own houses

CONCLUSION: the teacher summarize the lesson.

PREVIOUS LESSON: OUR VALUES

NEXT LESSON: HOUSE CONSTRUCTION

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