TITLE: LESSON NOTE ON CIVIC EDUCATION
SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION
THEME: OUR VALUES
TERM: FIRST TERM
WEEK: WEEK 3
CLASS: PRIMARY 4
NAME OF TEACHER:
AGE OF STUDENTS:
CLASS COMPOSITION: Slow and fast learners.
DURATION: 40 MINUTES
TOPIC: VALUES IN HOUSE CONSTRUCTION
At the end of this discussion in this unit, students should be able to know:
- Values in house construction
- Dangers of poorly constructed houses
TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS
- Toy houses
- Writing materials
- Whiteboard/ chalkboard
- Interactive poster
- Interactive video
- 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)
- Nigeria Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC)
- Edudelight Civic Education Text Books for Primary Schools
ENTRY BEHAVIOUR/ PREVIOUS LESSON: the students are familiar with.
WORD FILE: principle, Accountabilities.
CONTENT OF THE LESSON
When building a house the builders involves should follow the right approaches, principles, and ethics.
VALUES IN HOUSE CONSTRUCTION
The following are values required to build a good house
- Honesty from builders
- Have concern for others
- Accountabilities in house building
- Good and quality materials
- Professional skills
DANGERS OF POORLY CONSTRUCTED HOUSES
- Government will demolish the house
- The house will not stay long before I will collapse
- The house will sink
- Constant house repair
- Death of individual leaving there
- Loss of properties
- The Teacher revises the previous term lessons (HOUSES – OUR VALUES).
- Teacher leads the pupils to understand the topic: HOUSE CONSTRUCTION
- She/he explain the Importance of House.
- He/she explains he values in houses construction.
- .Teacher leads pupils to mention the dangers of poorly constructed houses.
- Mention three Values in house construction
- List three Dangers of poorly constructed houses
CONCLUSION: the teacher summarize the lesson.
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