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Social Studies Scheme Of Work For Primary Three In Nigeria (Govt Approved)

Scheme of work forms a general guideline designed to cover the major themes and concepts in various subjects. It gives the teachers, pupils and students alike clear direction on the way to go in their academic work.

This scheme of work covers various topics and skills throughout the academic year.

Here’s a scheme of work for Social Studies in Primary Three in Nigeria.

Week 1: Myself and My Family

  • Understanding family structures
  • Identifying family members and their roles
  • Importance of family in society

Week 2: My Community

  • Identifying different communities (rural, urban)
  • Recognizing community helpers and their roles
  • Understanding the importance of community cooperation

Week 3: Our Environment

  • Introduction to natural and man-made environments
  • Identifying features of the natural environment (rivers, mountains, etc.)
  • Understanding how human activities impact the environment

Week 4: People and their Occupations

  • Recognizing different occupations and their importance
  • Identifying skills required for specific occupations
  • Exploring various career options

Week 5: Our Country

  • Introduction to Nigeria as a country
  • Identifying the map of Nigeria and its states
  • Understanding national symbols and their significance

Week 1: Our Culture and Traditions

  • Recognizing and appreciating cultural diversity in Nigeria
  • Understanding the importance of cultural heritage
  • Exploring traditional music, dances, and festivals

Week 2: Rights and Responsibilities

  • Introducing the concept of rights and responsibilities
  • Identifying basic rights and responsibilities of children
  • Understanding the importance of respecting the rights of others

Week 3: Basic Needs

  • Identifying basic needs for survival (food, shelter, clothing, etc.)
  • Understanding the importance of meeting basic needs
  • Recognizing differences in the availability of basic needs in different communities

Week 4: Our Economy

  • Introducing the concept of economy
  • Identifying different economic activities (farming, trading, etc.)
  • Understanding the role of money in the economy

Week 5: Rules and Laws

  • Exploring the importance of rules and laws in society
  • Understanding the concept of fairness and justice
  • Recognizing the consequences of breaking rules and laws

Week 1: Our Government

  • Introduction to the structure of government in Nigeria
  • Identifying different levels of government (local, state, federal)
  • Understanding the roles and responsibilities of government

Week 2: Our History

  • Introducing Nigerian history and important historical events
  • Recognizing key Nigerian historical figures
  • Understanding the significance of historical events

Week 3: Our Neighbors

  • Identifying neighboring countries of Nigeria
  • Exploring similarities and differences with neighboring countries
  • Promoting peaceful coexistence with neighboring countries

Week 4: Citizenship

  • Understanding the rights and responsibilities of being a Nigerian citizen
  • Exploring the concept of patriotism
  • Encouraging active citizenship and community participation

Week 5: Review and Assessment

  • Reviewing the concepts covered throughout the term
  • Conducting assessments to evaluate students’ understanding

In summary, please note that this scheme of work is a general guideline and can be adjusted or modified based on your school’s curriculum and specific objectives.

In addition, it is recommended you incorporate interactive and engaging teaching methods such as group discussions, role-playing, and hands-on activities to make the learning experience more enjoyable for the students.

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Scheme of Work for Primary 3

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What is Scheme of Work?

Scheme of work is a plan that outlines all the learning to be covered in first term, second term and third term of a particular grade or level especially in primary schools. Usually , it is the UBE (Universal Basic Education) that prepares the scheme of work. The UBE is an agency of the government under the Ministry of Education.

There are many subjects that pupils in primary schools offer. Each of these subjects has its own separate scheme of work. The Universal Basic Education expects every teacher to teach the pupils according to the scheme of work. The teachers are also expected to cover all the topics in the scheme of work for each term but not to go beyond it.

The reason is because there are learning objectives for every age or age bracket. So teachers are to limit themselves within the boundaries set by the scheme of work.

Read Also: Scheme of Work for Primary 5

What is the Difference Between Scheme of Work and Lesson Plan?

Teachers should not confuse scheme of work with lesson plan. They are not the same although they are closely related.

Scheme of work is the document that gives the list of topics to be taught and learned in a term or session. The government agency draws the scheme of work from the syllabus and breaks it down into pieces to be taken on a termly basis.

However, a lesson plan is a further breaking down of work to be done.

What is the Difference Between Scheme of Work and Syllabus?

A syllabus is a document that contains information about everything pertaining to a course or subject and specifies the learning objectives, expectations and responsibilities.

However, a scheme of work is designed around a syllabus but it gives more details.

primary 3 is the class that some schools now refer to as Grade 3 or Basic 3. Whichever name the class goes by in your school (or your ward’s school), it’s all the same thing.

Of course, you know that primary 3 is completed in one academic session and a session has three terms. That is, first term, second term and third term.

For each of the three terms, there is a primary 3 scheme of work. Actually, it’s more correct to say that there are schemes of work . This is because each subject also has its own specific scheme of work.

Read Also: Scheme of Work for Primary 1

First Term Scheme of Work for Primary 3

You can check out the first term scheme of work for primary 3 for each of the following subjects. Just click on any of the links:

  • English First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Mathematics First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Basic Science and Technology First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Physical and Health Education First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Information Technology First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • National Value Education First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Social Studies First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Civic Education First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Security Education First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Pre-Vocational Studies First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Agricultural Science First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Home Economics First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA) First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Christian Religious Studies First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Islamic Religious Studies First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3

Read Also: Scheme of Work for Primary 2

Second Term Scheme of Work for Primary 3

You can check out the primary 3 scheme of work for second term for each of the following subjects. Just click on any of the links:

  • English Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Mathematics Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Basic Science and Technology Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Physical and Health Education Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Information Technology Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • National Value Education Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Social Studies Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Civic Education Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Security Education Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Pre-Vocational Studies Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Agricultural Science Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Home Economics Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA) Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Christian Religious Studies Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Islamic Religious Studies Second Term Scheme of Work for primary 3

Third Term Scheme of Work for Primary 3

You can check out the third term scheme of work for primary 3 for each of the following subjects. Just click on any of the links:

  • English Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Mathematics Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Basic Science and Technology Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Physical and Health Education Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Information Technology Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • National Value Education Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Social Studies Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Civic Education Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Security Education Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Pre-Vocational Studies Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Agricultural Science Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Home Economics Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Cultural and Creative Third (CCA) First Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Christian Religious Studies Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3
  • Islamic Religious Studies Third Term Scheme of Work for primary 3

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Year 1 – 3 NERDC Social Studies Curriculum for Lower Primary School. Living Together, External Influences on Nigerian Family Life – Scheme

Social Studies Curriculum for Primary 1

THEME 1: FUNDAMENTAL OF SOCIAL STUDIES

Topic:    Meaning of Social Studies

Performance objectives

  • Pupil should be able to explain the meaning of social studies.
  • Meaning of social studies
  • The study of man and how his problems are solved in the environment

Teacher’s Activities

  • Explains and guides the pupil to explain the meaning of social studies

Student’s Activities

  • Listen and respond to questions in class on the meaning of social studies

Teaching & Learning Material   

  • Pupils‟ text and work book

Evaluation Guide

  • Pupil to explain the meaning of social studies.

SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES                  CLASS LEVEL: PRIMARY 1

THEME 2: FAMILY AS THE BASIC UNIT OF SOCIETY

Topic: The Family

The pupils should be able to

  • explain the meaning of family
  • identify types of family
  • explain types of family
  • Meaning of a family (father, mother, and children)
  • The Nuclear Family: father, mother and children.
  • Extended Family: father, mother children, grandfather and grandmother, uncles, aunts, cousins and nephews.

Teacher’s Activities        

  • Leads pupils to find out the meaning of the word family and through guided questions explains the types of family
  • Leads pupils to identify types of family
  • Find out from home the meaning of the word “family” and report back to class
  • Listen and respond to questions in class

Teaching & Learning Material  

  • Pupils text books
  • Family photographs cartoons, video CDs RMs, etc.
  • explain the meaning of the word “family”;
  • mention 2 types of family;
  • Explain types of family.

Topic: Qualities of a good family

Pupils should be able to:

  • State the qualities of a good family
  • Qualities of a good family: honesty, contentment, interest of others, not greedy, not selfish, discipline, obedience, etc.
  • Guides pupils to identify and explain qualities of a good family
  • Role play the family showing the qualities of a good family e.g. honesty, love, caring, etc.
  • Pictures and Charts showing moral values as honesty, contentment, obedience, discipline etc.
  • Mention 3 qualities of a good family.

SUBJECT:   SOCIAL STUDIES                CLASS LEVEL: PRIMARY 1

THEME 3:  CULTURE AND SOCIAL VALUES

Topic:    Meaning and Types of Culture

Pupils should be able to

  • Explain the meaning of culture
  • list types of culture;
  • Meaning of culture e.g. Peoples‟ ways of life that include dressing, dancing, eating, etc.
  • Types of culture e.g. material, non-material.
  • Through guided questions and role play, leads the pupils to understand the meaning of the word “culture”
  • Leads pupil to outline types of culture.
  • Listen and respond to questions in class and participate in role play
  • Outline and write types of culture.
  • Pictures of people wearing traditional dresses   State the meaning of
  • Pictures showing material, and non-material culture.
  • Pupils to state the meaning of culture;
  • Explain types of culture.

Topic: Values that Show Good Morals in Our Society   

  • Explain values which show morals e.g. what is right and what is wrong
  • Examples of morals to show what is right i.e. greeting, respect ,loyalty, kindness, honesty, contentment, tolerance, etc. and what is wrong e.g. e.g. stealing, bullying, fighting, lying etc.
  • Leads pupils to identify values which show morals in the society and attitudes that are wrong
  • Demonstrate different values which types of good and bad values.
  • Cartoons, posters, ROM film and video clips, regalia, photographs, exhibit etc.
  • Explain values which are considered right and wrong

THEME 4: SOCIAL AND HEALTH ISSUES

Topic:    Reasons for Taking Substances into the Body

  • give reasons for taking substances into the body
  • Mention the effect of taking substances into the body.
  • stay alive,
  • Availability, etc.
  •  Effects of taking substances into the body e.g. stomach pain, vomiting, stooling, sleeplessness or restlessness, dullness, dizziness, nausea, fainting, death, etc.
  • Calls on the pupils to demonstrate each of the reasons
  • Drama showing the reasons for taking substances into the body
  • Uses stories; to highlight effects of taking substances into the body
  • Asks pupils to narrate their experiences of taking substances into the body.
  • Demonstrate and dramatize the reasons
  • Listen to the teacher’s stories and make comments
  • Narrate their own experiences of taking substances into the body

Teaching & Learning Material

  • Posters, charts and pictures of the reasons         
  • Charts, pictures, posters and drawing materials
  • Mention 4 effects of taking substances into the body.

Topic: Overdose (too much eating, drinking or smoking)

  • demonstrate the looks and behaviors of people who take too much food, drink or smoke
  • mention the effects of drinking too much
  • say what to do to help somebody who is suffering from too much eating, drinking or inhaling
  • Causes and Observable signs/ symptoms of overdose: e.g. coughing incessantly, fainting, stooling, etc.
  • Frequent urinating, bed wetting, intoxication, etc.
  • Watery eyes, coughing, chocking fainting, dizziness,
  • Loss of memory, etc.
  • Once observed, report to parents, teacher or any adult around.
  • Presents drawings and paintings of sad faces, protruding stomach to emphasize the effects of drinking too much
  • Asks pupils to narrate their own experiences
  • Shows drawings and paintings of sad faces
  • Shows pictures of people exhibiting these symptoms or signs.
  • Asks pupils to say what they will do to help and summarize their suggestions
  • Guides a play or drama on the topic
  • Pupils study pictures shown by the teacher
  • Narrate own experiences.
  • Copy drawing and painting.
  • Demonstrate the behaviors and looks shown in the pictures
  • Suggest what should be done
  • Dramatize the suggestions.
  • Dramatize the suggestions
  • Say what to do to help those who eat, drink and smoke too much.
  • Pictures and Charts
  • Posters of children helping sufferers.    
  • mention 3 effects of inhaling too much
  • demonstrate the behavior s and looks of people who eat, drink and smoke too much;

Topic: Food

Pupils should be able to               

  • define food
  • mention some of the foods eaten in their locality
  • Mention the sources of food in the community.

Contents ; Meaning of food.

“Food is anything we eat, drink or take into our body to give us energy and help us grow

Foods eaten in the locality (bread, eggs, yam, garri, fish, meat, tuwo etc.)

Sources of food in the locality/farms, markets, rivers, etc.

  • Asks pupils to bring samples of these food items from homes
  • Asks them to identify the food they brought from home
  • Asks pupils to find out from home the sources of food they eat
  • Asks pupils to paint any of the food items mentioned
  • Bring food items from homes and participate  in identifying the food items
  • Participate in the discussion on meaning of food
  • Find out from home sources of food in their locality
  • Paint any of the food items mentioned
  • Real food items
  • Picture of foods
  • Video Clips on food
  • Pictures of farms and markets where food items are produced, sold and bought
  • mention 5 of the foods eaten in the locality
  • mention the sources of food in the community

Topic: Food Safety

  • define food safety
  • Mention ways of ensuring food safety.
  • How to ensure that what we eat, drink or take into our body is not harmful to health
  • Reading food Labels;
  • Observe signs of food spoilage and causative organisms;
  • Washing hands before and after food preparation, etc.
  • Leads pupils to define food safety
  • Asks questions to lead pupils to identify ways of making sure that food is safe
  • Define food safety
  • Participate in mentioning ways of ensuring food safety 
  • Pupils Textbooks
  • Pictures showing different ways of making food safe
  • mention ways of
  • ensuring food safety

Year 1 NERDC Social Studies Curriculum for Primary 1. The Family , Qualities of a good family , Types of Culture , Substances – Schemeofwork.com  

Topic: Risk Factors in Food

  • explain risk factors
  • state risk factors in food
  • identify risk factors in food distribution and preparation
  • Identify risk factors in food distribution and preparation.
  • Meaning of Risk Factors: “Those factors that drive the occurrence of a hazard”
  • Adulteration
  • Food fraud incidences
  • Agro-chemical induced death, etc.
  • Poor storage conditions;
  • Poor handling:
  • Poor Hygiene;
  • Other Unknown Risks
  • Leads pupils to identify and explain risk factors
  • Presents pictures/photographs of risk factors in food distribution and preparation
  • Guides pupils to state risk factors in food distribution and preparation
  • Participate in class discussion on risk factors associated with food distribution and preparation
  • Ask and answer questions
  • Video clips on risk factors in food
  • Pictures /photographs of risk factors in food distribution and preparation
  • state risk factors in food;
  • identify risk factors associated with food distribution and preparation

Topic: Sources and Uses of Water    

  • mention sources of water supply in the locality
  • Enumerate the uses of water in homes.
  • Cooking, etc.
  • Leads pupils to discuss sources of water supply
  • Uses pictures and questions to guide pupils in enumerating the sources of water in homes
  • Participate in discussion
  • Interpret the pictures
  • Enumerate the sources and uses of water supply in homes
  • Pictures depicting sources of water supply
  • Pictures showing domestic uses of water
  • mention 4 sources of water supply in the locality
  • Enumerate 3 uses of water in homes.

Social Studies Curriculum for Primary 2

THEME 1: FUNDAMENTALS OF SOCIAL STUDIES

Topic: Scope of Social Studies

  • Explain ‘scope of social studies’
  • Identify areas of focus in social studies
  • The areas which social studies focuses to solve man’s problems of solver.
  • Areas which social studies focuses are:
  • Critical thinking
  • Reflective thinking
  • Problem solving
  • Guide pupils to explain the scope of social studies
  • Guide pupils to identify areas of focus in social studies
  • Find out from home how family takes its social and economic decisions such as association to join and food to eat
  • Pupil’s textbooks and video clips on how decisions are taken to solve problem.
  • explain scope of social studies

Topic: Physical Environment

  • identify our different physical environment
  • Some people live in desert condition
  • Other live in fertile places
  • Some near lakes, rivers or oceans
  • Some in mountains
  • Other low laying areas
  • Climate varies tremendously over the globe
  • Leads the pupils to discover our different physical environment
  • Participant in class discussion
  • Respond to the teacher’s questions
  • Pupils textbooks
  • Pictures showing different environment
  • Video clips

SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES                  CLASS LEVEL: PRIMARY 2

Topic: Foods We Eat in our Culture as Family Members

  • List types of food in the Nigerian Culture
  • Mention the reasons why we eat together
  • Some Nigerian foods are; Yam, Eba, Amala, Tuwo Shinkafa, Plantain, Rice, Beans, Cocoyam, Pounded Yam, Akpu, Starch etc.
  • Consequences of Eating together as a family: e.g. promotes communalism, Happiness, family unity and loyalty, etc.
  • Uses guided questions to lead pupils to name the various foods we eat in our culture
  • Asks the pupils to mention reasons why we eat together
  • Participate in the discussion on the types of food
  • Respond to teacher’s questions on the types of food
  • Pupils‟ text and workbooks
  • Picture showing the different types of food in our culture
  • Picture of happy moods of people eating together in the family
  • state two types of food eaten in their homes
  • state reasons why we eat together

Topic: Importance of these Foods to our Growth

  • The nutrients in the foods we take
  • Mention the importance of food to our growth
  • Carbohydrate
  • Fats and Oil
  • supply energy
  • build our body
  • Keep the body health
  • provide heats and energy of the nutrients food we take;
  • Carbohydrate supplies energy to the body
  • Protein to build our body
  • Vitamin to keep our body health
  • Fast and oil to provide heat and energy
  • Protein (Meat/fish/egg)
  • Vitamins (Fruits/ vegetables
  • Fats and oil (Butter/ cheese), etc.
  • Guides the pupils to identify the functions
  • Pupils draw different types of food and say the importance to growth  
  • Respond to the teacher’s questions on  the topic
  • Pupils‟ textbook
  • Pictures showing groups of food and their nutrients
  • Real objects of food from their locality
  • list three types of Nigerian foods and identify the nutrients in listed food
  • Mention the importance of food and to our growth

SUBJECT:    SOCIAL STUDIES               CLASS LEVEL: PRIMARY 2

THEME 3: CULTURE AND BASIC VALUES

Topic: Greetings and Respect to Elders in our Culture   

  • Recognize greetings as a way of showing respect
  • Perform various acts of greetings in their locality
  • Recognize the importance of greetings
  • Greeting is a way of showing respect to people and appreciating them
  • Forms of greeting include: kneeling, prostrating, shaking of hands, clenching of fists etc.
  • Greetings promote tolerance, good neighborliness, Courtesy, friendliness etc.
  • Guides pupils through questioning to list ways of greeting in their locality
  • Demonstrates the various ways of greeting in our Culture
  • Find out more ways Of greetings in our culture                 
  • Draw different ways of greetings they can identify
  • Pictures of different ways of greeting
  • explain the meaning of greetings
  • list different ways of greetings from different cultures in Nigeria
  • mention some of the importance of greeting in our community

SUBJECT:  SOCIAL STUDIES                   CLASS LEVEL: PRIMARY 2

Topic:    Keeping our Environment Clean

  • mention ways of keeping our environment clean
  • Proper disposal of waste.
  • Proper use of the toilets/urinary:
  • Provision of waste bins.
  • Allowing drains to flow.
  • Clearing and sweeping round our surroundings.
  • Regular sweeping of our homes
  • Asks questions to lead pupils to suggest ways of keeping our environment clean
  • Get the pupils practically involved in different ways of keeping their environment clean
  • Respond to teacher’s questions on the ways to keep our environment clean
  • Practical involvement in acts of keeping the environment clean
  • Pictures showing clean and dirty environment
  • Cleaning tools
  • mention three ways of keeping our environment clean
  • Mention some of the tools needed for carrying out different cleaning activities

Year 2 NERDC Social Studies Curriculum for Primary 2 – Schemeofwork.com  

Topic: Accidents in the School/Home

  • explain the meaning of accidents
  • identify causes of home and school accidents
  • mention ways of preventing accidents in school/home
  • List steps of caring for accident victims in the school and home
  • Meaning of Accidents: “Accidents are unplanned events that lead to injury, Damage or death
  • Causes of accidents in school and Home
  • Remove all dangerous objects from the surroundings.
  • Do not play with dangerous or sharp objects.
  • Avoid exposed electricity sources (naked wires).
  • Removing what has caused the accident
  • Report accidents in school or home to parents/elderly persons/teacher.
  • Take victims to nearby hospitals/clinic
  • identify causes of accidents in the school and home
  • state ways of preventing accidents around the school/ home
  • Guides the pupils to suggest ways to take care of victims
  • Demonstrates different ways of caring for accident victims
  • Participate in class discussion
  • Demonstrate how to avoid accidents
  • Pupils‟ textbooks
  • Pictures showing dangerous and sharp objects
  • mention three ways we can avoid accidents in the school and at home
  • enumerate four ways of preventing accidents in the school/home
  • list two steps to be taken when accidents occur

Topic: Drugs

  • explain the meaning of drugs
  • mention the categories of drugs
  • Any substance other than food which when taken can change the body function
  • Legal drugs;
  • Socially acceptable drugs;
  • Illegal drugs
  • Leads the pupils to explain the meaning of drug
  • Ask questions to lead pupils to list categories of drugs
  • Participate in class discussions
  • Pictures or photographs that show different categories of drugs
  • explains the meaning of drugs
  • mention categories of drugs

Topic: Drug Abuse

  • explain the meaning of drug abuse
  • mention dangers of drug abuse
  • mention ways of preventing drug abuse
  • Meaning of drug abuse: – use of drugs without the advice of a qualified doctor/ pharmacist
  • Mental illness
  • Drop-out of school
  • Avoid bad friends
  • Seek advice of doctors/nurses and pharmacist before taking drugs.
  • Avoid self-medication
  • Organizes class discussion on drug abuse and its dangers
  • Invites resource persons to talk on the dangers of drugs
  • Participate in the discussion
  • List dangers involved in drug abuse
  • Respond to Resource Persons‟ questions as well as ask their own questions
  • Posters on war against drug abuse
  • Photographs showing drug addicts
  • mention two dangers of drug abuse
  • mention two ways of preventing drug abuse

Topic: Harmful Substances and How to avoid taking them

  • explain the meaning of harmful substances
  • Give examples of harmful substances
  • Mention way of preventing intake of harmful substances
  • Meaning of harmful substances – food, water, fruits or drugs that are unfit for human consumption
  • stale foods
  • poorly cooked foods
  • rotten foods
  • infested foods
  • expired foods/drugs
  • un-ripe fruits
  • impure water
  • Avoid eating stale, poorly cooked, dirty and infested foods.
  • Avoid taking expired food/drugs.
  • Take only drugs that are prescribed by the doctor/physician
  • Leads the pupils in discussion to discover harmful substances when taken into human body
  • Takes pupils to local shops and markets to identify harmful substances in their environment
  • Asks questions to lead pupils to identify ways of preventing intake of harmful substances
  • Participate in field trip
  • Real objects of harmful substances in their environment
  • give two examples of harmful substances
  • mention two ways of preventing intake of harmful substances

Social Studies Curriculum for Primary 3

THEME 1: FAMILY AS THE BASIC UNIT OF SOCIETY

Topic: The Nuclear and Extended Families

  • identify a nuclear family and the extended family
  • demonstrate how to show respect to members of the nuclear and extended family
  • explain the roles each family member plays in raising a child
  • Father, mother/mothers and children
  • Extended Family i.e. close blood relations
  • father/ mother,
  • Parents/ children
  • Sibling/sibling
  • Children/uncles, parents/in-laws etc.
  • Assisting the direct parent in the child’s upbringing.
  • Extended family members give the child a social identity.
  • The also help in keeping family history
  • Asks pupils‟ to find out who are the members of their nuclear families, using questioning method
  • Uses questioning method to identify various ways family members respect each other
  • Explains how extended family members assist parents or contribute to a child’s upbringing
  • Asks pupils to find out from home who are members of their extended family and the roles they play in their upbringing
  • Find out from home about their nuclear families
  • Pupils role play respect among family members/ extended members in the class
  • Find out from their parents and elders who are members of their extended family
  • Outline some of the contributions of aunties, uncles, grandparents to their upbringing
  • Respond to questions in class
  • Pictures of father, mother brother, sister and children
  • Pictures showing ways of showing respect
  • Pupil’s textbooks
  • Pictures of extended family members
  • Pictures of a family tree
  • Picture of extended/ older people in their community
  • draw ways of showing respect to family members
  • demonstrate how to respect member of the nuclear and extended family
  • Explain who members of nuclear and extended family are
  • list four roles extended family members play in their upbringing

SUBJECT:    SOCIAL STUDIES                                         CLASS LEVEL: PRIMARY 3

THEME 2: CULTURE AND SOCIAL VALUES

Topic: Types of Marriages in our Community

  • explain the meaning of marriage
  • identify major types of marriages in our community
  • Lawful and acceptable union of a man and woman to make up a family
  • Types of marriages: polygamy, monogamy etc.
  • Uses questioning method to explain meaning of marriage
  • Uses role- playing process to demonstrate types of Marriages
  • Participate actively in answering questions
  • Participate actively in the role- playing of polygamous and monogamous families
  • Pictures of husbands and wives. (Couples)                         
  • Pictures or photographs that show types of marriages  
  • identify two types of marriage in our community

Topic: Various Ways of Getting Married and the Objects used in the Ceremony

  • Describe how marriages are contracted
  • Mention the objects used in contracting marriage

Marriage practices in Nigeria: e.g.

  • religious marriage either in the court or mosque,             
  • traditional marriage or   objects used in their court wedding
  • agreement by the two families by paying the bride price

Objects used in Marriage ceremonies: Wine, kolanut, food items, wedding gown, money services etc.

  • Assigns to pupils the task of discovering how marriage is practiced and the objects used in their communities
  • Demonstrates to the pupils the process of marriage practices
  • Demonstrates the functions of marriages in the lives of individual and the community at large
  • Carry out the investigation
  • Share their findings in class discussion
  • Bible, and Qur’an
  • Picture of church, mosque and shrine
  • Audio visual aid
  • Textbooks Resource persons, marriage objects
  • Real objects
  • Marriage album

1              Describe how marriage is contracted.

2              Write any two objects used in contracting them

SUBJECT:  SOCIAL STUDIES                         CLASS LEVEL: PRIMARY 3

THEME 3: SOCIAL AND HEALTH ISSUES

Topic: Common Drugs in Our Community and the Right People to Give Them   

Performance objectives:

  • Explain the meaning of drug
  • Identify common drugs
  • State who must administer drugs
  • Explain the meaning of drug – medical substances for curing illnesses
  • Identification of modern common medicine/drugs e.g. Aspirin, Daga, Nivaquine, Panadol, Paracetamol, Alabukun Phrenic, traditional e.g. lemon grass
  • Who administers the drugs: parents, guardian, teacher or nurses, doctors, etc.?
  • Shows labels with names of drugs to the pupils for the purpose of identification
  • Leads class discussions on synthetic and natural medicines /drugs
  • Invites medical person to give a talk on the topic
  • Organizes nature walk to identify some local herbs
  • Participate in class discussion on common drugs
  • Sample the labels of some drugs e.g. phensic, local herbs etc.
  • Participate in class discussion on who administers drugs
  • Participate in the answering of questions from the talk
  • Samples of readily available labels of empty packets of common drugs
  • Posters showing various drugs and who must administer them
  • Colorful charts
  • Samples of local herbs and drugs
  • Identify two common drugs;
  • State two persons who administer drugs

Topic: Ways of Identifying Someone who has Abused Drugs

  • State the meaning of Drug Abuse
  • Recognize someone who has abused drug/medicines
  • Mention ways of helping someone who has abused drugs
  • Drug abuse intake of medicine without prescription
  • Untidy appearance
  • Drunken behavior
  • Frequent fighting
  • Disobedience
  • Inattentiveness,
  • having frequent accidents
  • Ways of helping someone who has abused drugs/ medicines: e.g. reporting any change of behavior to parent, teacher and other adults:
  • Seeking medical attention, etc.
  • Leads class discussions on methods of taking drug/medicines into the body (swallowing, drinking, inhaling)
  • Asks pupils to describe ways they have been taking medicines/drugs
  • Invites resource persons to give talks on
  • How to identify someone who has misused drugs
  • To help someone who has abused drug/medicines
  • Teaches pupils songs, and rhymes that discourage drug abuse

Student’s Activitie s

  • Describe ways of taking medicines/drugs
  • Recite poems and rhymes
  • Dramatize caring for people who have abused drugs
  • Charts/posters illustrating some methods of taking medicines
  • Resource person
  • Charts of health centers and health personnel
  • Posters showing a drug addict
  • State the meaning of drug abuse
  • List three ways by which drugs/medicines are taken into the body
  • Mention two ways to identify someone who has abused drugs and ways of helping such people

Topic: Ways of preventing common Illness

  • Identify common illnesses in their community
  • Mention symptoms of common illnesses in their community
  • Identify causes of common illnesses
  • Mention ways of preventing common illnesses
  • Common illnesses in the community:
  • Cholera, etc.
  • Symptoms of common illnesses in the community:
  • General weakness
  • Lack of appetite
  • Headache/cold etc.
  • Causes of common illnesses like dysentery or diarrhea:
  • Dirty and polluted surroundings.
  • Prevention of common illnesses.
  • Cleaning of one’s environment.
  • Eating balanced diet.
  • Regular medical checkup etc.
  • Assigns pupils into group work to come up with other common illnesses
  • Asks pupils to find out symptoms of common illnesses
  • Uses guided questions to find out the causes of common illnesses the pupils have suffered before
  • Leads pupils to find out how common illnesses can be prevented in the community
  • Uses guided questions to generate more ways of preventing common illnesses
  • Respond to the questions
  • Participate in the group assignment
  • Find out the symptoms of common illnesses and report to the class
  • Report findings to the class. In group assignment pupils discuss the causes of common illnesses in their community
  • Find out ways of preventing common illnesses from the community and report to the class
  • Pictures showing people suffering from one illness or the other
  • Community resources
  • Pictures of some causes of common illnesses
  • Pictures of clean environment
  • Identify two common illnesses in their community
  • Mention three symptoms of common illnesses in their community
  • Identify two causes of common illnesses
  • Mention three ways of preventing common illnesses

Topic: Causes of Road Accidents

  • explain road accident
  • list the causes of Road Accidents
  • Meaning of road accidents:
  • Sudden bad happen(s) on the road which can cause damage or loss of property, physical injury or loss of life
  • Causes of road accident include:
  • Poorly built roads by corrupt and inappropriate workers.
  • Poor use of resources.
  • Bad vehicles.
  • Careless & unsafe driving
  • Inability to read and interpret road signs etc.
  • Uses guided questions to teach the causes of road accident
  • Uses charts to demonstrate further examples/ causes of road accidents
  • Give examples of causes of road accidents
  • Demonstrate some causes
  • Respond to questions
  • The pupils read the charts
  • Resource persons such as Road safety personnel
  • Photographs
  • Pupils. textbooks
  • explain the meaning of road accident
  • explain causes of road accident
  • explain the meaning of first-aid in road accident

Topic: Giving First Aid Treatment to Road Accident Victims

  • identify the items found in a first-aid box
  • describe how simple first- aid could be applied to one of those injured
  • Objects found in first-aid box:
  • pain relieve tablets
  • cotton wool
  • Simple first-aid treatment:
  • Clean the wound with antiseptic.
  • Cover with plaster or bandage.
  • Administer pills as recommended by doctors, etc.
  • Guide pupils to suggest ways to assist an accident victim
  • Directs pupils to inquire from home how cuts or burns are treated
  • Invites a nurse/dispenser to give a talk on first-aid treatment
  • Give examples of ways to help an accident victim
  • List some items that will be needed
  • Resource persons such as the school nurse or Red Cross personnel
  • Real objects in the First Aid Box
  • Identify five objects found in first-aid box
  • Describe how simple first-aid could be applied to one of those injured

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Cultural and Creative Art

The primary focus of the Cultural and Creative Art Scheme of Work for Primary 3 is to introduce students to various aspects of culture, arts, and creativity. The scheme is designed to engage students in exploring and appreciating their environment, learning about traditional fabrics and dresses, delving into different forms of art and crafts, and understanding the world of music, both locally and globally. The scheme is divided into three terms, with each term focusing on specific themes and topics.

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First Term Cultural and Creative Art Scheme of Work for Primary 3

The first term’s focus is on nature drawing, where students are encouraged to explore their environment and express their observations through drawings. The objectives include enabling students to describe their environment, list things found in it, care for it, and draw items from the environment. The content covers the meaning of the environment, elements present in the environment (trees, grasses, animals, roads), caring for the environment, and basic drawing techniques.

Activities for this term include explanations about the environment, displaying pictures of a clean environment, listing items found in the environment, and explaining how to care for it. Students are encouraged to listen and observe, identify elements in the environment, and draw and color these elements. The teaching and learning resources include pictures of a clean environment, drawing materials like pencils and colors, and visual aids to assist in understanding.

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Second Term Cultural and Creative Art Scheme of Work for Primary 3

The second term focuses on performing arts and entertainment. The sub-theme for this term is “Entertainment,” and the students are introduced to the creation of drama sketches. The objectives include teaching students how to create a drama sketch from a story, emphasizing themes such as teamwork, patriotism, unity, courtesy, and dignity of labor. The content covers the process of play creation through scripting or improvisation, leading to the actual participation in play creation.

Activities include explaining the meaning of play creation, showing examples of different themes, and guiding students through the process of play creation. Students are encouraged to participate in creating improvised plays based on given storylines. Teaching resources include textbooks, DVDs, VCDs, and television programs that showcase drama sketches.

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Third Term Cultural and Creative Art Scheme of Work for Primary 3

The third term explores the theme of customs and traditions, with a focus on fashion and accessories. Students learn about traditional fabrics and dresses, identifying different types of traditional fabrics and dresses from various parts of Nigeria. They also draw and illustrate these traditional fabrics and dresses. The objectives include identifying and explaining the significance of traditional fabrics and dresses in Nigerian culture.

Activities involve explaining the meaning of fashion accessories, displaying different types of traditional fashion accessories, and encouraging students to observe and appreciate these accessories. Teaching and learning resources include samples of traditional fabrics and dresses, visual aids, and images that showcase the variety of traditional fashion accessories.

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Throughout the scheme of work, students’ learning progress is assessed using various methods such as observation, class participation, listening comprehension, written assignments, and tests. The mid-term and end-of-term tests provide a comprehensive evaluation of students’ understanding and retention of the topics covered.

The Cultural and Creative Art Scheme of Work for Primary 3 provides a well-rounded and engaging curriculum that introduces students to various aspects of culture, creativity, performing arts, and artistic expression. Through different themes and topics, students are encouraged to explore, appreciate, and participate in various forms of cultural and creative activities. The scheme emphasizes interactive learning, hands-on experiences, and understanding the value of cultural heritage in a diverse society.

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Social Studies (NVE) Plan Lesson Note According to the the Lagos State Scheme of Work for Primary 3 (Basic 3) Lesson Notes

SOCIAL STUDIES

NATIONAL VALUES EDUCATION 

TERM 1, TERM 2 AND TERM 3

PLAN LESSON NOTES

ACCORDING TO THE THE LAGOS STATE

SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY 3 (BASIC 3) 

FIRST TERM SOCIAL STUDIES  TERM 1 SOS WEEKLY PLAN LESSON NOTES
WEEK 1 –  Meaning and Types of Family (Primary 3) WEEK 2 –  Members of Nuclear and Extended Family (Primary 3) WEEK 3 –  Functions | Roles of Extended Family Members (Primary 3)
WEEK 4 –  Meaning of Marriage (Primary 3) WEEK 5 –  Types of Marriage (Primary 3) WEEK 6 –  Marriage Practices in Nigeria – Functions of Marriage Individual Lives and Community (Primary 3)
WEEK 7 –  Objects used in Marriage (Primary 3) WEEK 8 –  Meaning and Types of Drugs (Primary 3) WEEK 9 –  Identification of Modern Drugs – Meaning and Types of Modern Drugs (Primary 3)
WEEK 10 –  Identification of Local Herbs – Meaning and Types of Traditional Drugs (Primary 3) WEEK 11 – Revision  WEEK 12 – Examination, Exam Questions – First Term Examination Social Studies Primary 6 (Basic 6)
Get more…  Social Studies (Primary 4) Social Studies (Primary 5) Social Studies (Primary 6)
SECOND TERM NVE TERM 2 SOS WEEKLY PLAN LESSON NOTES WEEK 1 –  Revision (Summary) of First Term’s Work Social Studies Primary 3 (Basic 3)
WEEK 2 –  Meaning of Drug Abuse – Methods of taken Drugs into the Body (Primary 3)
WEEK 3 –  Ways of Knowing Someone Who has Abused Drugs (Primary 3)
WEEK 4 –  Effects of Drug Abuse (Primary 3) WEEK 5 –  Ways of Helping Someone who has Abused Drugs/Medicines (Primary 3) WEEK 6 –  Meaning of Illness (Primary 3)
WEEK 7 –  Common Illness in the Community (Primary 3)
Get more…  Second Term Scheme of Work and Plan Lesson Note for SOCIAL STUDIES Week 1 to Week 12 Primary 4, Primary 5 and Primary 6 Links WEEK 8 –  Symptoms of Common Illnesses in the Community (Primary 3)
WEEK 9 –  Causes of Common Illnesses like Dysentery or Diarrhoea (Primary 3) WEEK 10 –  Prevention of Common Illnesses in the Community (Primary 3) WEEK 11 – Revision 
WEEK 12 –  Second Term Examination Social Studies Basic 3
Get more… Third Term Scheme of Work and Plan Lesson Note for Social Studies Primary 1, Primary 2 and Primary 3 Links
Third Term Scheme of Work and Plan Lesson Note for Social Studies Primary 4 Primary 5 and Primary 6 Links
THIRD TERM NVE TERM 3 SOS WEEKLY PLAN LESSON NOTES
WEEK 1 – Revision of Second Term Work WEEK 2 –  Meaning of Road Accidents (Primary 3) WEEK 3 –  Causes of Road Accidents (Primary 3)
WEEK 4 –  Effects of Road Accidents (Primary 3) WEEK 5 –  Solutions to Road Accidents (Primary 3) WEEK 6 –  Meaning of First Aid (Primary 3)
WEEK 7 –  Objects Found in the First Box (Primary 3) WEEK 8 –  Simple First Aid Treatments (Primary 3) WEEK 9 –  Security Agencies and their Primary Duties (Primary 3)
WEEK 10 – Contentment as an Instrument of Avoiding Criminal Behaviours (Primary 3)
WEEK 11 – Revision  WEEK 12 – Examination, Third Term Examination Social Studies Primary 3 (Basic 3) – Exam Questions
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