Third Week Lesson Plan Outline Basic 6

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

BASIC 6

FIRST TERM 

LESSON PLAN FOR WEEK 3

Teacher’s Basic 6

  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) 

Responsible parenthood 

  1. Safe age for reproduction
  2. Changes male and female during puberty
  3. Responsible sexual behavior
  4. Identification of sexually irresponsible behaviour
  5. Consequences of indiscriminate or irresponsible
  • Information Technology (Computer Studies)

Toolbars

  1. Applying bold, underline and italics
  2. Formatting font, size, types and colors
  3. Text alignment, redo and undo actions
  • Physical and Health Education 

Handball

  1. History
  2. Nature of handball – basic skills
  • Cultural and Creative Art 

Melody making choir 

  1. Meaning of choir
  2. Parts in a choir
  3. Different types of singing
  4. Identification of melodic part in a four part sing
  • English Studies 
  1. Speech Work – Put stress on the syllabus
  2. Reading Comprehensive 
  3. Writing – Narrative essay – A day I will never forget
  4. Structure – More construction with clauses using when, who, which and where.
  5. Grammar – Word formation – Adjectives formed from noun
  6. Dictation and Spelling – Selected words from the passage read
  7. Verbal Aptitude
  • Mathematics

Length

  1. Measurement of distance – length
  2. Square of length measurement
  3. Identification of lengths of triangle
  4. Pythagoras
  • Agriculture
Distribution of crops (with examples) 

Savannah and Semi Arid

  1. Examples of crops – millet, cowpea, groundnut, cotton, rice, cactus, wheat, baobab, neem.
  2. Common areas – Sokoto, Kebbi, Kano, Borno, Taraba, Kaduna, Adamawa.

Derived Savannah

  1. Examples of crops – Guinea corn, maize, yam, soybeans.
  2. Common areas – Kwara, Oyo, Osun, Enugu, and Anambra. 

Rainforest

  1. Examples of crops – cocoa, rubber, yam, timber, Kola nut, fruits, palm oil, cassava, Cocoyam.
  2. Common areas – Bayelsa, Cross River, Edo, Ekiti, Ondo, Osun, Rivers, and Taraba.

Swamp

  1. Examples of crops – coconut
  2. Common areas – all states with many waters.
  • Home Economic 

Sun and Air drying methods 

  1. Drying under the sun – cereals and roots, vegetables, etc.
  2. Discuss the reasons for food preservation and how such food should be preserved.
  3. Air dry – drying under the room temperature
  4. Importance of air drying – to maintain the colour, to retain the nutrients and taste, etc. 
  • Christian Religious Studies 

Value of Hard work 

  1. Paul’s letter to the Thessalonians – 2 Thessalonians 3:6-15
  2. Dignity of labor and its advantages
  3. Aiding labour with prayer
  • Civic Education 

Citizenship and Nationalization 

  1. Meaning of citizen
  2. How to become a citizen of a country
  • Islamic Religious Studies 

Tawhid and Fiqh – An Indepth study of shirk polytheism in Islam 

  1. Define the meaning of shirk – the association of objects with Allah
  2. Identify different types of cultural practices which can lead to shirk in Islam
  3. Explain that some people do not believe in the existence of Allah – this is known as atheism shirk
  • Security Education 
  • Social Studies 

Water and Air transportation 

  1. Means of water transportation in Nigeria – canoe, ferries, ship and boat.
  2. Means of air transportation in Nigeria – aeroplane and helicopter
  3. Problems of water and air transportation – air transport is very expensive and only few people can afford it, maintenance problems, few ships and air planes, few seaports and airports, inadequate water, lack of equipment
  4. Solution to the problems
  • Yoruba 
  1. Ede: 
  2. Ásà
  3. Litireso 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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