Second Term Security Education Plan Lesson Notes According to the the Lagos State Scheme of Work for Primary 3 (Basic 3) Lesson Notes
SECOND TERM PLAN LESSON NOTES
ACCORDING TO THE THE LAGOS STATE
SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY 3 (BASIC 3)
WEEK 1 – WEEK 13
SECOND TERM LESSONS
WEEKLY PLAN LESSON NOTES
WEEK 1 – Revision
WEEK 2 – Identification of Criminal Behaviors, Meaning of Criminal Behaviours | Common Criminal Behaviors | Ways of Avoiding Criminal Behaviours Primary 3/Basic 3 Term 2 Week 2 Security Education
WEEK 3 – Causes of Crime, Meaning and Causes of Crime | Who is a Criminal Primary 3 (Basic 3) Term 2 Week 3 Security Education
WEEK 4 – Personal and State Crimes, Categories of Crime – Personal and State Crimes | Different between Personal and State Crimes Primary 3 (Basic 3) Term 2 Week 4 Security Education
WEEK 5 – Factors that Responsible Criminal Behaviours, Factors Affecting Criminal Behaviours Primary 3 (Basic 3) Term 2 Week 5 Security Education
WEEK 6 – Effects of Criminal Behaviors, Effects of Common Criminal Behaviors on the Society Primary 3 (Basic 3) Term 2 Week 6 Security Education
Note – Continue Week 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 after the MID TERM TEST.
WEEK 7 – MID TERM TEST QUESTIONS, Second Term Mid Term Test Security Education for Primary 3 (Basic 3)
INSTRUCTION – Answer all the questions in this section.
1. _________ is an acceptable behavior in any community.
2. _________ is an acceptable behavior in any community.
3. All unacceptable behaviours are known as _________.
A. Good behaviours
B. Normal behaviours
C. Criminal behaviours
4. _________ is one of the ways to avoid criminal behaviours.
A. Joining cultist
B. Give in to peer pressure
C. Staying away from bad gang
5. _________ is an illegal act or an offence for which a person can be punished by the authority.
6. Anyone that commits a crime is _________.
7. A criminal can be punished by _________.
8. The act of putting law is hand is a _________.
9. one of these is causes of crime except _________.
10. School is not the causes of crime become _________.
A. it teaches good behaviour
B. it supports a crime
C. it encourages a crime.
11. A crime committed against one another is called _________.
A. State crime
B. Personal crime
C. Love crime
12. The act of putting law is hand is a _________.
13. _________ is a crime committed either by the government or against the government.
A. Personal crime
B. Local crime
C. State crime
14. Criminal behaviours are _________ behavior in any community.
15. _________ are unlawful in nature.
A. Criminal behaviours
B. Personal behaviours
C. General behaviours
16. A criminal is the person who _________.
A. gives support
B. helps people
C. commits crime
17. _________ behaviours are unacceptable behaviors in any community.
28. Unlawful means _________.
B. according to the law
C. by law
19. The effects are not just on the offenders but on everyone in the society.
20. An offender is not a criminal.
21. Criminal behaviours can lead to _________.
B. life sentence
C. death sentence
22. Offender who is guilt, feels sad, fear and _________.
23. Criminal are punish by _________.
24. Who is a criminal?
A. The person who supports other people.
B. The person who says what is true.
C. The person who commits crime.
Indicate Personal Crime or State Crime.
25. Voter intimidation
26. Abuse of power
27. Counterfeit money
Write YES or No, if it is a good or bad behaviour.
Sample – Obedience – No (not bad behavior)
Underline the odd.
34. Fighting, Stealing, Working
35. Good, Best, Worst
36. Parent, Teacher, Theft
37. Theft, Falsehood, Justice
WEEK 8 – Exam Malpractices, Common Criminal Behaviours – Meaning and Causes of Examination Malpractices Primary 3 (Basic 3) Term 2 Week 8 Security Education
WEEK 9 – Preventive Measures of Common Crimes (Crime Free Society, Preventive Measures of Common Crime (Crime Free Society) Primary 3 (Basic 3) Term 2 Week 9 Security Education
WEEK 10 – Creating, Implementing Policy that helps to Nation Security, Preventive Measures of Common Crimes II – Create and Implement Policy that helps Monitor a National Security Primary 3 (Basic 3) Term 2 Week 10 Security Education
WEEK 11- Preventive Measures that can be Taken against the Theft, Preventive Measures of Common Crimes III – Meaning of Theft | Preventive Measures that can be taken against Theft Primary 3 (Basic 3) Term 2 Week 11 Security Education
WEEK 12 – Revision
WEEK 13 – SECOND TERM EXAMINATION, Second Term Examination Security Education Primary 3 (Basic 3) Exam Questions