Other People in the Family | How other People are Related in the Family | Obligation of other People in the Family | Importance of tolerating other People in the Family Primary 5 (Basic 5) – Social Studies

Last Updated on August 21, 2021 by Alabi M. S.

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

RELIGIONS AND NATIONAL VALUES 

FIRST TERM 

WEEK 1

PRIMARY 5

THEME – FAMILY 

PREVIOUS LESSON – THIRD TERM EXAMINATION

 

TOPIC – OTHER PEOPLE IN THE FAMILY 

 

LEARNING AREA 

1. Introductory Activities

2. Meaning (Types) of Family

3. Other People in the Family

4. How other People are Related in the Family

5. Obligation of other People in the Family

6. Importance of tolerating other People in the Family

 

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson, most of the pupils should have attained the following objectives –

1. Identify other people that can be found in the family;

2. List the obligations of other people in the family;

3.State the importance of tolerating other people in the family.

 

ENTRY BEHAVIOR

The pupils can identify each member of their family.

 

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of:

 

1. Pictures labelling other people living with the family,

2. Cases on the importance of tolerating other people living with the family.

 

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. 

 

REFERENCE MATERIALS

Scheme of Work

9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum

Course Book – Basic Social Studies for Primary Schools 4 with Security Education by E E Ezewu, J A Olawepo, C C Anadi, J A Adeyanju.

All Relevant Materials

Online Information

 

CONTENT OF THE LESSON

LESSON 1 – MEANING (TYPES) OF FAMILY 

A family is a group of people related by blood as a nuclear or an extended family.

There are two (2) of families: Nuclear and extended families.

1. Nuclear family is the smallest unit of family that consists of the father, mother and their children.

 

2. Extended family is the family beyond nuclear family. It consists of the father, mother and their children with grandparents, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, in laws and others.

 

OTHER PEOPLE THAT CAN BE FOUND IN THE FAMILY

We have different kinds of people living with members of our families.

These relationships are called special names such as –

1. Uncle

2. Aunty

3. Niece

4. Nephew

5. Cousin

6. Grandparent i.e. grandfather and grandmother

7. Grandchildren

8. Step-parent

9. Step-children

10. Steward

11. House-help

 

LESSON 2 – HOW THEY RELATE WITH OTHER MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY

1. UNCLE 

A brother or brother-in-law of someone’s parent, i.e. your uncle are brother of your father and mother.

 

2. AUNT

 

A sister or sister-in-law of someone’s parent, i.e. your aunts are sisters of your father and mother.

 

3. COUSIN

The son or daughter of a person’s uncle or aunt; a first cousin, your cousins are children of your uncles and aunts.

 

4. NIECE

A daughter of someone’s sibling (brothers or sisters), brother-in-law, or sister-in-law.

 

5. NEPHEWS 

A son of someone’s sibling (brothers or sisters), brother-in-law, or sister-in-law.

 

6. GRANDPARENTS 

Grandparents are the parents of a person’s father or mother

 

7. GRANDCHILDREN 

Grandchildren are the children of one’s son or daughter.

 

8. STEP PARENTS

 

A parent who is married to the father or mother of a child, but who is not that child’s own father or mother; a stepfather or stepmother.

 

9. STEP CHILDREN

Step children are children of one’s husband or wife by a previous marriage.

 

10. STEWARDS

A steward is the person who manages the property or affairs for another entity.

 

11. HOUSE HELPS

House help is someone who is paid to help with the cleaning and take care of someone else’s home.

 

LESSON 3 – OBLIGATIONS OF OTHER PEOPLE IN THE FAMILY

1. Caring for one another others.

2. Supporting one another in need.

3. Defending one another.

4. Teaching some part of the culture –

  • Greetings
  • Fairness
  • Respect
  • Folk story
  • Correcting our misbehaviours, etc.

 

IMPORTANCE OF TOLERATING OTHER PEOPLE IN THE FAMILY

1. To show love to one other.

 

2. To live peacefully to another.

3. To care and respect one another.

4. To forgive and forget one another, etc.

 

PRESENTATION

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. Uses picture to explain other people in the family and their relationship;

Pupil’s Activities – React to pictures on other people living with the family by indicating their names and relationship.

3. Guides pupils to recall the duties which other people living with the family play in their individual home;

Pupil’s Activities – Recall the duties of other people living with the family.

4. Uses case studies to carry out a guided discussion on the importance of tolerating other people in the family;

Pupil’s Activities – Answering questions based on the content of the case studies presented in order to get a list of importance of tolerating other people in the family.

5. Summary the lesson on the board.

Pupils Activities – Copy as the teacher writes.

 

CONCLUSION

To conclude the lesson for the week, the teacher revises the entire lesson and links it to the following week’s lesson.

 

NEXT LESSON

Unity in Cultural Diversity | Ways of promoting Unity in Cultural Diversity in our Community Primary 5 (Basic 5) – Social Studies

 

LESSON EVALUATION

Ask pupils to:

1. Explain the meaning of the word ‘Family’.

2. Mention 2 types of family.

 

3. Explain each types of family.

4. List 5 other people living with the family and how they relate to the members.

5. List 5 obligations of other people living in the family and state why they are necessary or important.

6. State 2 importance of tolerating other members of the family.

 

 

WORKBOOK

WEEKLY ASSESSMENT

1. _______ is made of people who are related to one another by blood.

A. Friend

B. Family

C. Brother

 

2. _______ is the smallest unit of family that consists of the father, mother and their children.

A. Extended family

B. Family friend

C. Nuclear

 

3. Extended family is the family beyond _______.

A. Nuclear family

B. Family friend

C. Extended family

 

4. Family is made of people who are related to one another by _______.

A. friend

B. family

C. blood

 

5. Which of these is not a member of nuclear family?

 

A. Father

B. Mother

C. Uncle

 

6. Which of these is not a member of extended family?

A. Friends

B. Grandparents

C. Uncle

 

State three example of extended family.

7. __________

8. __________

9. __________

 

10. _______ is the family beyond nuclear family.

 

A. Nuclear family

B. Family friend

C. Extended family

 

11. ______ is the male parent of the family.

A. Mother

B. Uncle

C. Father

 

12. ______ is the female parent of the family.

A. Mother

B. Uncle

C. Father

 

13. ______ are the dependant ages of the family.

A. Niece

B. Nephew

C. Children

 

14. ______ is the brother of one’s father or mother.

A. Mother

B. Uncle

C. Aunt

 

15. ______ is the sister of one’s father or mother.

 

A. Mother

B. Uncle

C. Aunt

 

16. ______ are the children of one’s uncle or aunt.

A. Niece

B. Nephew

C. Cousin

 

17. ______ is the son of one’s brother, sister, brother-in-law or sister-in-law.

A. Niece

B. Nephew

C. Cousin

 

18. ______ is the daughter of one’s brother, sister, brother-in-law or sister-in-law.

A. Niece

B. Nephew

C. Cousin

 

19. ______ is the parent of one’s father or mother.

A. Grandfather

B. Grandmother

C. Grandparent

 

20. Grandparents are known as ______ and  ______.

 

A. father and mother

B. granduncle and grandaunt

C. Grandfather and grandmother

 

21. ______ is the relationship by marriage.

A. In law

B. Uncle

C. Daughter

 

22. Father is the ______ parent of the family.

A. son

C. male

C. female

 

23. Mother is the ______ parent of the family.

A. son

C. male

C. female

 

24. Children are the ______ ages of the family.

A. independent

B. dependant

C. self independent

 

25. Uncle and aunt are the ______ and ______ of one’s father or mother.

 

A. son and daughter

B. son in law and sister in law

C. niece and cousin

 

26. ______ are the children of one’s son or daughter.

A. Grandparents

B. Grandfather

C. Grandchildren

 

27. ______ who is married to the father or mother of a child, but who is not that child’s own father or mother; a stepfather or stepmother.

A. Step children

B. Step parents

C. Step uncle

 

28. ______ are children of one’s husband or wife by a previous marriage.

A. House help

B. Steward

C. Step children

 

29. ______ is someone who is paid to help with the cleaning and take care of someone else’s home.

A. House help

B. Steward

C. Step children

 

30. ______ is the person who manages the property or affairs for another entity.

 

A. House help

B. Steward

C. Step children