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

Lagos state Ministry of Education

3rd Term Social Studies scheme of work for primary 3 – Edudelight.com

WEEK 1

TOPIC/SKILL: Religious groups in our community

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.explain the meaning of religion.

2.explain what views beliefs, tradition.

3.identify various religious practiced in our community.                                        

CONTENT:

1. Meaning of religion:

-people belief about the existence of a supreme being.

2. Other object of worship.

3. The religion in the community.

a.Traditional religion

b.Christianity

c.Islam

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Asks pupils to find out from home:

1.believes about religion in the community

2.the main religion in the community

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:Discuss and explain the word religion, beliefs, tradition and custom.      

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1.Charts showing various religious groups, practices in our community.

2.Real picture of religious leader.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: say what religion means.

WEEK 2

TOPIC/SKILL: Characteristics of different types of religion

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.state the characteristics of each religion.

2.identify the similarities.

3.identify the differences.                                                                                        

CONTENT:

1.Major characteristic of each religion.

2.Similarities of different religion in our community.

3.The differences in the religion in our community.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Lead pupils to:

1.discusses the characteristics of the different religion.

2.leads pupils to discuss similarities and differences in the religion.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Ask and answer questions.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Religious item e.g. Bible, Quran, Rosaries

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: mention two differences similarities of the religion in the community.

WEEK 3

TOPIC/SKILL: Respect for other peoples religions

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. respect other pupils religion.

2. explain what our religion teach us.                                                                      

CONTENT:

1.Respect for other people’s religion.

2.What our religion teach.

 – honest, faithful love, active.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Guides pupils to identify why they must respect other

people religion, beliefs, tradition and customs.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Answer and ask questions.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1.Religious item

2.Bible, Quran

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explain why we must respect other peoples religion.

2. mention two things our religion teaches us.

WEEK 4

TOPIC/SKILL: Division of labour

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.say what division of labour means.

2.explain division of labour within each group.

3.identify other projects requiring division of labour.                                             

CONTENT:

1.When different people do different activities under the same unit of job e.g. farming in the school garden.

2.Division of labour within each group of occupation.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1.Discusses the meaning of division of labour.

2.Leads pupils to discuss and demonstrate division of labour through play.

3.Discusses project requiring division of labour.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1.Discuss and explain division of labour.

2.Demonstrate division of labour i.e. steps in building a house through a play.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1.Charts of various occupation.

2.Picture of people performing various activities on a job e.g. house construction.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1.explain what division of labour is.

2.explain division of labour in your home.

WEEK 5

TOPIC/SKILL: Occupation requiring division of labour

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.give at least four examples of division of labour in the school, home hospital, etc.

2.list different job done in our environment.

3.advantages of division of labour.                                                                          

CONTENT:

1.Projects/occupation that requires division of labour: medical services framing, home, schools etc.

2.Simple stages of division of labour.

3.Advantages of division of labour.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1.Leads pupils to discuss and demonstrate division of labour

2.Guides pupils as they perform the activities.

3.Leads them to mention the advantages of division of labour.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Answer and ask question on division of labour.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Picture of people performing different expect of a unit job.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1.list three occupation that requires division of labour.

2.list the advantages of division of labour.

WEEK 6

TOPIC/SKILL: Food poisoning

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.say what food poisoning means.

2.explain symptoms of food poisoning.

3.list causes of food poisoning.

4. explain what to do in case of food poisoning.                                                      

CONTENT:

1.The meaning of food poisoning. When some harmful organism have contact with our food.

2.Symptoms of food poisoning:

-stomach ache, running stomach, vomiting, headache, etc.

3. Causes of food poisoning: Dirty water, flies perching on food, cockroaches etc.

4. What to do in case of food poisoning: report to teacher, parents, elder around.

Go to the hospital .

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Discusses with pupils the meaning of food poison.

2. Symptoms and causes of food poisoning.

3. What to do in case of a food poison.

4. Guides pupils answers.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

Discuss food poison Hold class discussion on all the issue about food poison .

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:  Relevant charts of food items not properly kept

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. Explain the meaning of food poisoning.

2. What are the symptoms of food poisoning?          

3. What do we do in case of food poisoning?

WEEK 7

TOPIC/SKILL: Community sanitation.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. say what community sanitation is?

2. state the traditional ways of community sanitation. The disadvantages.

3. state the modern method of community sanitation.

4. list the problems of community sanitation and state how to solve the problems.

CONTENT:

1. Meaning of community sanitation.

2. Traditional ways of community sanitation.

3. Modern ways of community sanitation.

4. Problems of community sanitation and how to solve it.

5. Our role of community sanitation in our area.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Asks pupils to find out from home:

1. meaning of community sanitation.

2. traditional ways of community sanitation their problems and how to solve them.

3. discuss and process pupils report.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Find out, discuss and explain community sanitation.

2. Take part in the cleaning of your school environment.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Chart showing people cleaning their environment.

2. Pictures of refuse disposal van and workers cleaning a refuse dump.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explain community sanitation.

2. list two problems of community sanitation.

3. mention two ways of solving the problems.

WEEK 8

TOPIC/SKILL: Personal hygiene.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. explain what personal hygiene means.

 2.explain what cosmetics are.

3.how to maintain a good personal hygiene.

4.advantages of maintaining a good personal hygiene.                                           

CONTENT:

1. Meaning of personal hygiene.

2. How to maintain good personal hygiene.

 3.Cosmetics.

4.Advantages of maintaining a good personal hygiene.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Asks pupils to find out how to take care of themselves.

2. Why women use cosmetics.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Discuss personal hygiene and the use of cosmetics.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Display empty containers of used cosmetics.

2. A chart showing how to maintain personal hygiene.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. what is personal hygiene?

2. mention two things you must do to maintain good personal hygiene.

WEEK 9 A

TOPIC/SKILL: Modern toilet facilities.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:   Pupils should be able to:

1.explain what water closet (W.C) means and

2.identify one in reality or in picture. 

CONTENT:

1.Toilet facilities.

2.The water closet (W.C).

3.Various parts of water closet (WC) and how it works.

4.Its maintenance and

repairs.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1.Explains the concepts (W.C) water closet.

2.Leads pupils to identify the various parts of (W.C).

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Visit and see the water closet (W.C)

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Charts of a W.C and it various parts.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: identify and names the various parts of W.C

WEEK 9B

TOPIC/SKILL: Advantages of modern toilets.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: 

3.explains how each part and the whole system works.

4.state the advantages of the (W.C).

5.state how to use the W.C.

6.explain how to maintain and repair the (W.C).

7.state how to solve the problem of using the W.C well.

CONTENT:

5. The advantages of:

a) Modern toilet.

–              It is within the house.

–              Easy to maintain.

–              It reduces smell.

–              No flies.

b) Traditional toilets.

–              Found everywhere.

–              Cheap.

c) The different between traditional and modern toilet facilities.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:How the parts works

4.Leads pupils to state the advantages.

5.Explains how to use it. Maintain and repair it. Solve the problem of using the (W.C) well.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Examine the various parts of the W.C.).

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Picture of W.C.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1.identify and name the various part of W.C.

2.explain what W.C. means

3. state two advantages of W.C.

WEEK 10

TOPIC/SKILL: Transportation

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. say what transportation means.

2. state means of transportation.

3. list modern means of transportation on the land on water and on air.

4. list advantages and disadvantages.

5. describe road, water and air transportation and its effects.

6. effect of road congestions in cities.                                                                      

CONTENT: Meaning of transportation

1. A means of transporting human beings, good and services from one place to another.

2. Transport in the older days: use of animals like horses, camels use of canoe in revering areas.

3. Modern means of transportation on land, on water and in the air

– Land (Cars, buses, trains).

– Water (Ship, boat, canoe).

– Air Aeroplanes

4. Advantages of modern means of transportation.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Asks pupils to find out from grandparents the old means of transportation.

2. Discusses and process pupils findings.

3. Guides pupils to list modern means of transportation.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Find out, discuss and explain transportation means.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Charts showing types of transportation.

 2. Real objects cars, buses donkey etc.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explain what transportation means.

2. mention three means of transpiration.

3. list two advantages of modern means of transportation.

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