Third Week Lesson Plan Outline Basic 5

Last Updated on May 6, 2020 by Alabi M. S.

BASIC 5

FIRST TERM 

LESSON PLAN FOR WEEK 3

Teacher’s Basic 5

  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) 

The Human Body – Skeletal system 

  1. The skeletal system
  2. Types of bones
  3. Functions of bone
  • Information Technology (Computer Studies)

Computer keyboard – section of the computer keyboard 

  1. Numeric keys
  2. Alphabetic keys
  3. Alphanumeric keys
  • Physical and Health Education 

Maintenance of Facilities and Equipment – Reasons why physical equipment should be properly stored and inspected before use

  • Cultural and Creative Art 

Form of drama 

  1. Introduction
  2. State types of drama
  3. List the two forms of drama
  • English Studies 
  1. Speech Work – Reported speech questions
  2. Reading Comprehensive – 
  3. Writing – Writing an informal letter
  4. Structure – Making and reporting requests – Sentence Building
  5. Grammar – Passage about self or other members of the family, stressing the roles of individual
  6. Dictation – Selected words from the passage read
  7. Verbal Aptitude
  • Mathematics

Open sentence

  • Agriculture
Procedure for raising farm crops 
  1. Land clearing
  2. Tilling/stumping
  3. Ridge/mound making
  4. Planting in rows with spaces between plants
  5. Regular weeding 
  6. Fertilizing
  7. Harvesting
  8. Processing/preservation
  9. Storage
  10. Marketing
  • Home Economic 

Ways of maintaining kitchen hygiene – Guidelines 

  1. Label all containers clearly.
  2. Arrange equipments and utensils properly.
  3. Avoid spoiling liquid on the floor.
  4. Mop up any spilling liquid on the floor.
  5. Do not use faulty electric appliances. 
  6. Do not store dangerous substances such as bleach  caustic soda in fruit drinks or beverages bottles.
  7. Put off gas after use.
  8. Do not touch electric switch or operate electrical appliances with wet hand to avoid shock.
  9. Cover all food in the kitchen.
  10. Do not all rubbish or refuse to accumulate in the kitchen.
  • Christian Religious Studies 

The need to be merciful to other – because God is merciful – Matthew 18:21-34, 5:7

  • Civic Education 

Our right – child’s right 

  1. Child’s right law
  2. Our duties
  • Islamic Religious Studies 

The four founders of Islamic law – Imma Malik 

  1. Life history of Imma Malik
  2. List the contribution of Imma Malik in Islam
  3. State the moral lesson from his life
  • Security Education 
  • Social Studies 

Resource preservation – saving 

  1. What is resource preservation?
  2. Mention types of savings – modern ways of saving money – thrift and credit, cooperatives, banks, insurance companies, etc.
  3. Banking facilities in communities – commercial bank, micro-credit bank etc.
  4. Organize a drama of small and large family size with difficulties in managing income
  • Yoruba 
  1. Ede: 
  2. Ásà
  3. Litireso 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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