Second Week Lesson Plan Outline Basic 4

Last Updated on December 3, 2018 by Alabi M. S.

BASIC 4

FIRST TERM 

LESSON PLAN FOR WEEK 2

Teacher’s Basic 4

  1. Name:
  2. School:
  3. Term:
  4. Duration:
  5. Age:
  6. Class:

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PLAN FOR The FOLLOWING SUBJECTS:
  • Basic Science and Technology (BST) 
  1. Basic Science
  2. Information Technology (Computer Studies)
  3. Physical and Health Education
  • Cultural and Creative Art
  • English Studies 
  • Mathematics 
  • Pre-Vocational studies (PVS)
  1. Agriculture
  2. Home Economics 

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  • Religion and National Values 
  1. Christian Religious Studies
  2. Civic Education
  3. Islamic Religious Studies
  4. Security Education
  5. Social Studies
  • Yoruba 
CONTENT OF THE LESSON PLAN 
  • Basic Science (BST) 

Soil (constituents) 

  1. Air
  2. Water
  3. Leaf litters
  4. Small rock
  5. Dead animals
  6. Living animals
  • Information Technology (Computer Studies)

System software 

  1. Operating system
  2. Utilities software
  • Physical and Health Education 

Community, mobilization and ways of safe guiding the efforts made.

  • Cultural and Creative Art 

Musical instruments and sounds 

Foreign musical instruments – refers to objects that are used by foreigners to produce their own music which are incorporated into the Nigerian music.

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  • English Studies 
  1. Speech Work – Reading letters written to an old classmate, mother, an old neighbor  etc.
  2. Reading Comprehensive – Selected passage
  3. Writing – Guided composition – A motor park
  4. Structure – Comparing things according to weight size, height distance shape and quality
  5. Grammar – Complete the following from the story that has just been read
  6. Dictation and Spelling – Selected words from the passage read
  7. Verbal Aptitude
  • Mathematics

Square of:

  1. 1-digit
  2. 2-digit
  • Agriculture

Method of farm’s produce preservation 

  1. Sun drying – fresh fish, pepper, yam and potatoes, etc.
  2. Smoking – meat and fish
  3. Curing – meat and fish 
  4. Frying – meat, fish  plantain, yam, potatoes  etc.
  5. Freezing – meat, fish, soup, etc.
  • Home Economic 

Snacks and main meal

  1. Snacks – light food taken in between meals.
  2. Main meals – major food taken thrice a day that contains balanced diet.
  3. Differences between snacks and main meals – snacks (fast to prepare, lack some nutrients, very cheap, it is light food, it can be taken daily or often) while main meals (takes longer time to prepare, contains all nutrients, expensive, heavy food, taken three times daily)
  • Christian Religious Studies 

Jesus power to forgive sins 

  1. Meaning of forgiveness of sin – pardon by God
  2. Examples of those who received forgiveness – story of the prodigal son (Luke 15:11-32), paralytic (Mark 2:1-12)
  • Civic Education 
  1. Responsibilities of members of a home – provision of food, paying school fees, giving children home training, etc.
  2. Duties of children to their parent – helping in household errands like sweeping  etc.
  • Islamic Religious Studies 

Asima’ullahil Husna – Beautiful names of Allah (21 – 35)

  1. Recitation of Asima’ullahil Usna
  2. Meaning of Asima’ullahil Usna
  3. Memorization of Asima’ullahil Usna
  • Security Education 
  • Social Studies 

Right of a citizen 

  1. Freedom of speech
  2. Freedom of worship
  3. Freedom of movement
  • Yoruba 
  1. Ede: 
  2. Ásà
  3. Litireso 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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