SECOND TERM SOCIAL STUDIES SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY ONE (1)

Lagos State Scheme of Work for Social Studies

WEEK 1

TOPIC/SKILL: Values that shows good morals

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to: explain values which

show good morals e.g. what is right .                                                                    

CONTENT:

Examples of morals to show what is right

i.e. greeting, respect, loyalty, kindness, honesty, tolerance, contentment etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:Leads pupils to identify values which show good morals in the society.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

Demonstrate different types of values that show good morals.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Cartoons, posters, room film and video clip.

2. Regalia, photographs etc.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: explain values which show good morals.

WEEK 2

TOPIC/SKILL: Values that show what is wrong

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to: explain those values which show bad morals e.g. what is wrong                                                                                                   

CONTENT: Examples of morals to show what is wrong i.e. stealing, bullying fighting, lying etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Leads pupils to identify values which show bad morals and attitudes that are wrong.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Demonstrate different types of bad values and attitudes.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Cartoons, posters films.

2. Photographs and exhibit etc.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: Explain values which are considered wrong.

WEEK 3

TOPIC/SKILL: Rewards and punishment for good and bad morals

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:

Pupils should be able to:

1. explain the meaning of rewards and punishment.

2. say the rewards of good attitude.

3. explain the punishment for bad attitude.

                                                                                                                                  

CONTENT:            

1. Meaning of reward and punishment. Rewards for good morals.

2. Punishment for bad or wrong attitude.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Leads the pupils to understand the meaning of reward and punishment.

2. Explains that good morals attract reward while bad morals attract punishment.

3. Mentions some rewards and punishments.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains the meaning of reward and punishment.

2. Mention the reward for good works and punishment for bad works.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Pupils text book

2. Picture of someone  being rewarded.

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to:

1. explain the meaning of reward and punishment.

2. mention some rewards for good works.

3. mention some punishment for bad works.

WEEK 4

TOPIC/SKILL: Substance taken into the body

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:

Pupils should be able to:

1. explain the meaning of substance.

2. mention the types of substance.                                                                         

CONTENT:

1. What is a substance i.e. drug.

2. types of drugs or substances:

– hard and soft drugs.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains what a substance is.

2. Leads the pupils to mention the two types of drugs.

3. Gives examples of hard and soft drugs (substance).

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Explain what a substance is.

2. Mention the two types of drugs.

3. Gives examples of hard and soft substances.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Pupils textbook

2. Flash card

3. Charts and pictures showing hard and soft drugs.

EVALUATION GUIDE:  Pupils to:

1. explain the meaning of substance.

2. mention types of drugs.

3. gives examples of such substances.

WEEK 5

TOPIC/SKILL: Reasons for taking substance

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to: give reasons for

taking substances into the body.                                                                           

CONTENT: Reasons for taking substances into the body.

– Stay alive

– Hunger

– Thirst

– Enjoyment

– Imitation

– Curiosity

– Availability etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Calls on the pupils to demonstrate each of the reasons.

2. Dramas showing the reasons for taking substances into the body.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Demonstrate and dramatize the reasons.

2. Listen to the teacher’s stories and make comments.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:  Posters, charts and pictures of the reasons.

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to: Give reasons for taking substances into the body.

WEEK 6

TOPIC/SKILL: Effect of taking substance I

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to: mention the effect of taking substances into the body.                                                                                                                  

CONTENT: Effects of taking substances into the body e.g. stomach pain, vomiting, stooling sleeplessness etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Uses stories to highlight effects of taking substances into the body

2. Asks pupils to narrate their experience of taking substances into the body.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Listen to the teacher’s stories and make comments.

2. Narrate their own experiences of taking substances into the body.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Charts, pictures posters showing the effects of substances on the body.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: mention 4 effects of taking substances into the body.

WEEK 7

TOPIC/SKILL:  Effect of taking substance ii

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to: mention the effect of taking substances into the body                                                                                                                   

CONTENT: Effects of taking substances into the body e.g.

– Restlessness

– Dullness

– Dizziness

– Nausea fainting

– Death etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Uses stories to highlight effects of taking substances into the body.

2. Asks pupils to narrate their experiences of taking substances into the body.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Listen to the teacher’s stories and make comments.

2. Narrate their own experiences of taking substances into the body.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Pupils textbook

2. Charts, pictures, posters showing the effect of substance on the body.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupil to: mention 4 effects of taking substances into the body.

WEEK 8

TOPIC/SKILL: Causes and symptoms of overdose

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to: demonstrate the looks and behaviours of people who take too much food, drink or smoke.                                               

CONTENT:

Causes and observable signs/symptoms of over dose e.g.

–              Coughing

–              Incessantly

–              Fainting

–              Stooding

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Presents drawings and paintings of sad faces, protruding stomach to emphasize the effects of drinking too much.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1.Study pictures shown by the teacher.

2.Narrate own experience.

3.Copy drawing and painting.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Charts, pictures posters and drawing materials.

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to:

1.mention the symptoms of overdose.

2.demonstrate the behaviour and looks of people who eat, drink and smoke too much.

WEEK 9

TOPIC/SKILL: Effects of overdose

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:

Pupils should be able to:

1.mention the effects of drinking too much.

2.mention the effects of inhaling too much.

CONTENT:

Effects of too much eating and drinking

-Frequent urinating, bed wetting, intoxication etc.

-Watery eyes, coughing, chocking, fainting, dizziness

-Loss of memory.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1.Asks pupils to narrate their own experiences.

2.Shows drawing and painting of sad faces.

3.Shows pictures of people exhibiting these symptoms or signs

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1.Demonstrate the behaviours and looks shown in the pictures.

2.Suggest what should be done.

3.Dramatize the suggestions.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1.Pupils textbook

2.Pictures and charts

3.Posters of children helping sufferers.

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to:

1.mention 3 effects of inhaling too much.

2.demonstrate the behaviours of people who eat, drink or smoke too much.

WEEK 10

TOPIC/SKILL: Solution to over eating or drinking

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

Say what to do to help somebody who is suffering from too much eating, drinking or inhaling      

CONTENT:

1.How to help people suffering from food or drug overdose.

2.Once observed, report to parents, teacher or any adult around.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1.Asks pupils to say what they will do to help and summarize their suggestions.

2.Guides a play or drama on the topic.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

Say what to do to help those who eat, drink and smoke too much.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Posture of children helping sufferers.

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to:

1.Say what to do to help those suffering from overdose.

2.Dramatize the topic.

WEEK 11: REVISION

WEEK 12: EXAMINATION

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