Third Week Lesson Plan Outline Basic 4

Last Updated on December 4, 2018 by Alabi M. S.

BASIC 4

FIRST TERM 

LESSON PLAN FOR WEEK 3

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 
  • Religion and National Values 
  1. Christian Religious Studies
  2. Civic Education
  3. Islamic Religious Studies
  4. Security Education
  5. Social Studies
  • Yoruba 

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CONTENT OF THE LESSON PLAN 
  • Basic Science (BST) 

Growing of plant 

Garden tools

  1. Examples
  2. Uses
  3. Cares of the tools

Conditions for growing Crops

  1. Water
  2. Air
  3. Good soil
  4. Soil nutrients 
  • Information Technology (Computer Studies)

Operating system

  1. Windows
  2. Ms Dos
  3. Linux
  4. Unix
  • Physical and Health Education 

Environmental health 

  1. Meaning of waste disposal
  2. Types of waste disposal – sewage, refuse disposal  etc.
  • Cultural and Creative Art 

Musical instruments and sound III – classifications of musical instrument into four families 

  1. Aerophonic
  2. Chords/phonic
  3. Idophonic/diophone
  4. Mentranophonic
  • English Studies 
  1. Speech Work – Further practice in the use of tense – present, past, present perfect and past continues tense
  2. Reading Comprehensive 
  3. Writing – Giving an account of place of interest visited – local market, supermarket, etc.
  4. Structure – Aural discrimination
  5. Grammar – Further practice in the use of tense – present, past, present perfect and past continues tense
  6. Dictation and Spelling – Selected words from the passage read
  7. Verbal Aptitude
  • Mathematics

Division of two 3-digit by:

  1. Numbers up to 9
  2. Multiple of 10 up to 50
  • Agriculture
Methods of farm produce preservation (continuation)
  1. Canning – milk, fish, meat, tomatoes, etc.
  2. Bottling – milk, fruit, tomatoes, etc.
  3. Picking – onion  cabbage, ginger, pepper, garlic, fruit, meat  etc.
  4. Bagging – rice, garri, beans, etc.
  • Home Economic 

Some common snacks in the locality 

  1. Chin – chin, puff – puff, pancake, cake, plantain chip, ojojo, bean cake, popcorn, groundnut, biscuits, cheese ball, etc.
  2. Importance of snacks and fruit drinks – to sustain hunger and thirst, to entertain guest at party, home, sport, school  etc., it serves as gift, it refreshes the body, it is used for picnics, etc.
  • Christian Religious Studies 

Condition of equipment 

  1. Acknowledgment, repentance and change
  2. Need of being forgiven and forgiving other – to be God’s children and to be saved
  • Civic Education 

Civil values 

  1. Meaning of civil values
  2. Example of civic value loyalty, obedience, dedication and honesty
  3. Need for civil values in the society
  • Islamic Religious Studies 

Suratu Humazat 104:1-9

  1. Recitation of Suratul Umazat
  2. Meaning of Suratul Umazat
  3. The importance of Suratul Umazat
  • Security Education 
  • Social Studies 

Local government 

  1. What is local government? A body of people who controls the public affairs of the local government
  2. The importance of local government – provision of markets  schools, clinic, water
  3. Benefits of local government
  • Yoruba 
  1. Ede: 
  2. Ásà
  3. Litireso 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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