SOCIAL STUDIES PRIMARY 2 FIRST TERM LESSON PLAN SCHEME OF WORK

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SOCIAL STUDIES PRIMARY 2 FIRST TERM LESSON PLAN SCHEME OF WORK

Week: One Date:

Class: Basic 2

Subject: Social studies

Duration: 40 minutes

Topic: Meaning of Social Studies

Behavioural Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  • explain to scope of social studies
  • identify areas of focus on social studies

Instructional/Reference Material: Social Studies textbook

Building Background/Connection to prior knowledge: The pupils are familiar with the topic(s)

CONTENT

Social Studies is the study of things man does in his physical and social environment. The environment includes people, place and things around us. It is divided into two:

  1. Social environment: This is how people work and play together in the society. Man is a social animal.
  2. Physical environment: This is an environment where we can see and touch things in the society e.g houses, trees etc Man affects his environment by: a) Farming on land
  3. Building of houses, schools etc
  4. Building of roads EVALUATION:
  • What is social studies?
  • List ways man affects his environment

 

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding  Conclusion: Teacher corrects and marks pupil’s notes

 

 

Week: Two Date:

Class: Basic 2

Subject: Social Studies

Duration: 40 minutes

Topic: Area which social studies focus

Behavioural Objectives: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to: i)     list out areas where social studies focus ii)       explain the area of focus

Instructional/Reference Material: Social Studies textbook

Building background/connection to prior knowledge: The pupils are familiar with the topic.

CONTENT

Social Studies looks out for ways to solve problems in our physical and social environment.

 

Areas of focus on social studies

  • Critical thinking: This looks at the bad and good in the behaviour of people and thinks of ways to stop the bad things e.g drug abuse and how to do more of the good things
  • Reflective thinking: This studies the things people do and how they are useful to us.
  • It studies how to become good citizens
  • It studies how to solve problems for people
  • It studies the behaviour and culture of people

EVALUATION

Explain areas of focus of social studies

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding Conclusion: Teacher corrects and marks pupils notes

 

 

 

 

 

Week: Three Date:

Class: Basic 2

Subject: Social studies

Duration: 40 minutes

Topic: Our physical environment

Behavioural Objectives: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to: i) explain environment ii) explain physical environment

Instructional/Reference Material: Social Studies textbook

Building background/connection to prior knowledge: The pupils are familiar with the topic.

 

CONTENT

Meaning of environment

The environment is the study of the total surrounding in which people live or everything found within an area. It includes bridges, markets, classrooms etc.

Types of environment

  • Social environment
  • Physical environment

Benefits of physical environment to man

  • Timber from trees to make chairs and tables
  • River to fish
  • We plant crops on soil.

Dangers in our physical environment

  • A person can get drowned in a river.
  • Sharp objects on the ground can injure us
  • Weak house can collapse and kill people

EVALUATION

  • What is physical environment?
  • List two benefits of our environment
  • Mention three dangers in our environment

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic again to enhance better understanding Conclusion: Teacher corrects and marks pupils’ notes.

 

 

Week: Four Date:

Class: Basic 2

Subject: Social studies

Duration: 40 minutes

Topic: Culture

Behavioural objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. define culture
  2. list things that make up a culture

Instructional/Reference Materials: Social Studies textbook

Building background/connection to prior knowledge: The pupils are familiar with the topic.

CONTENT

Culture is a way of life or the way people do things. A culture is passed on to the next generation by learning.

Things that makes up a culture

  • Food
  • Language
  • Dressing
  • Music
  • Religion

EVALUATION

  • What is culture?
  • List three things that makes up a culture

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding Conclusion: Teacher corrects and marks pupils’ notes

 

 

 

 

Week: Five Date:

Class: Basic 2

Subject: Social studies

Duration: 40 minutes

Topic: Ways of preserving our culture

Behavioural Objectives: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:

  1. i) learn various ways of preserving their cultures

Instructional/Reference Materials: Social studies textbook

Building background/connection to prior knowledge: The pupils are familiar with the topic.

CONTENT

  • Learn about religious traditions
  • Spend time with other members of the community
  • Share your culture’s art
  • Speaking your native language
  • Organizing traditional festival
  • Cooking your native food
  • Teaching our language in schools EVALUATION

1) List various ways of preserving culture

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding Conclusion: Teacher corrects and marks pupils’ notes.

 

 

Week: Six Date:

Class: Basic 2

Subject: Social Studies

Duration: 40 minutes

Topic: Food

Behavioural Objectives: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:

  1. define food
  2. list different types of food

Instructional/Reference Material: Social studies textbook

Building background/Connection to prior knowledge: The pupils are familiar with the topic.

CONTENT

Food is what we eat or drink to make us grow.

Every living thing must eat to live. Food can be:

  1. Solid e.g. amala, rice etc.
  2. Liquid e.g. tea, pap etc.

Types of food

  • Yam
  • Beans
  • Rice
  • Garri
  • Spaghetti

Food have different uses. Babies take more of liquid food while adults take solid food.

EVALUATION

  • What is food?
  • List the different types of food

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding Conclusion: Teacher corrects and marks pupils notes

 

Week: Seven Date:

Class: Basic 2

Subject: Social Studies

Duration: 40 minutes

Topic: Types of food eaten in a culture as family members

Behavioural Objectives: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:

  1. i)list out some of the food eaten by some cultures

Instructional/Reference Materials: Social studies textbook

Building Background/connection to prior knowledge: The pupils are familiar with the topic.

CONTENT

We shall look at the food eaten by the three main cultures:

1) Yoruba

  1. Amala (made from yam)
  2. Efo riro (vegetable soup)
  3. gbegiri (bean soup)etc.

 

2) Igbo

  1. Akpu (made from cassava)
  2. Ogbono soup
  3. Oha soup etc.

 

3) Hausa a) Tuwo

  1. Suya
  2. Misa

EVALUATION

1) List 2 foods eaten by Yoruba culture

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding Conclusion: Teacher corrects and marks pupils notes

 

 

Week: Eight Date:

Class: Basic 2

Subject: Social studies

Duration: 40 minutes

Topic: Classification of food (nutrients)

Behavioural objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. i) list out some food nutrients gotten from food ii) mention examples of food that gives nutrients

Instructional/Reference Materials: Social studies textbook

Building background/Reference Material: The pupils are familiar with the topic

CONTENT

Food nutrients can be grouped into the following:

 

  • Foods that give us energy (carbohydrates): They are rice, corn, bread, cassava etc.

 

  • Foods that build our body (protein): They are beans, milk, egg, fish etc.

 

  • Foods that protect our body from illness(vitamins): They are vegetables and fruits

 

  • Foods that promotes health and develops strong bones and teeth(minerals):They are banana salt etc

Evaluation

1) list some examples of food and its nutrients

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once to enhance better understanding Conclusion: Teacher corrects and marks pupils’ notes.

 

 

Week: Nine Date:

Class: Basic 2

Subject: Social studies

Duration: 40 minutes

Topic: Reasons why we eat together as family

Behavioural Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. i)list the reasons why people eat together

Instructional /Reference Materials: Social studies textbook

Building Background/Connection to prior knowledge: The pupils are familiar with the topic

CONTENT

There are many reasons why we eat together. They are:

  • To discuss family matters after food
  • To settle quarrels among them
  • To make us happy together
  • To bring them together in unity
  • To show that we are loyal to one another

EVALUATION

1) List out three reasons why people eat together

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding Conclusion: Teacher corrects and marks pupils’ notes.

 

 

 

Week: Ten Date:

Class: Basic 2

Subject: Social studies

Duration: 40 minutes

Topic: Importance of food to our growth

Behavioural Objectives: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:

1) state the importance of food to our growth

Instructional/Reference Materials: Social studies textbook

Building background/connection to prior knowledge: The pupils are familiar with the topic.

CONTENT

The importance of food are:

  • It gives us energy and strength
  • It makes us to grow well
  • It protects the body against disease
  • It keeps the body warm and healthy
  • It helps the body build strong bones and teeth

EVALUATION

1) State three importance of food to our growth

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding Conclusion: Teacher corrects and marks pupils notes

 

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