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RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES
THEME: DRUG EDUCATION
PREVIOUS LESSON – Mode of Drugs Use and Consequences – Effects of Normal and Excessive Use of Drugs (Primary 6)
TOPIC – SOURCES OF DRUG SUPPLY – TRAFFICKING
1. Meaning OF Legitimate drugs, Drug tracking and Drug pushing
2. Sources of Drugs Supply
By the end of the lesson, the pupils should have attained the following objectives (cognitive, affective and psychomotor) and be able to –
1. Identify the registered and unregistered sources of drugs.
2. Explain drug trafficking and drug pushing.
3. List the characteristics of persons that abuse – heroine, cocaine and sedative drugs.
4. List three primary sources of of helps for those with drug abuse problems.
The pupils are required to already have learned effects of normal and excessive use of drugs.
The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of:
Sample of drugs
METHOD OF TEACHING – Choose a suitable and appropriate methods for the lessons.
Note – Irrespective of choosing methods of teaching, always introduce an activities that will arouse pupil’s interest or lead them to the lessons.
Scheme of Work
9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum
All Relevant Material
CONTENT OF THE LESSON
LESSON ONE – INTRODUCTION
The source of drug supply are numerous and everywhere. Both registered and unregistered are supplied inside commercial buses and at motor parks.
They are also supplied at restaurants, beer parlors, hotels, club house, patient medicine stores, clinics, hospitals, pharmaceutical stores, supermarkets as well as those who go about on foot selling these drug (hawkers).
Drug trafficking is one of the supply of drugs.
MEANING OF DRUG TRAFFICKING
Drug trafficking is an illegal production, distribution and sales of illegal drugs.
MEANING OF –
LEGITIMATE DRUGS are registered and approved drugs.
DRUG TRAFFICKING are sales and distribution of illegal drugs.
DRUG PUSHING are selling of dangerous drugs in unregistered establishment.
REASONS FOR TRAFFICKING IN DRUGS
5. Bad company
7. High demand
LESSON TWO – DANGERS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING
1. Bad image for the country
3. Death penalty in some cases
4. Affects national security
5. Negative impact on the economy
6. Increase in crime and violence
7. Destroy the lives of the youth
SOURCES OF DRUGS SUPPLY
1. Pharmaceutical industries
3. Patient and medicine stores
4. Clinics, etc.
1. Cultivated and uncultivated vegetation
2. Traditional medicine establishment
3. Herb sellers
4. Beer parlor
6. Motor parks
9. Club houses
10. Roadside hawkers
11. Itinerant peddlers
REVISION AND WEEK 3 LESSON ASSESSMENT
As stated in performance objectives or lesson evaluation.
To deliver the lesson, the teacher adopts the following steps:
1. To introduce the lesson, the teacher revises the previous lesson. Based on this, he/she asks the pupils some questions;
2. Discusses legitimate drug, drug trafficking and drug pushing;
Pupil’s Activities – Differentiate between legitimate drug, drug trafficking and drug pushing.
3. Enumerates and discusses registered and unregistered sources of drugs;
Pupil’s Activities – Differentiate between registered and unregistered drugs.
- To conclude the lesson for the week, the teacher revises the entire lesson and links it to the following week’s lesson (Identification of Abuses).
- Assignment – Find out the major sources of drugs in locality and group them into registered and unregistered drugs.
Pupils to –
1. Explain the meaning of legitimate drugs, drug trafficking and drug pushing.
2. Identify 3 sources of registered and unregistered sources of drug supply.
3. State 5 reasons for drug trafficking.
4. Mention 5 dangers of drug trafficking.