Social Studies JSS 3 Curriculum Guides – Family as the Basic Unit of Society (Roles of Extended Family Members in Child Development) Follow Us On THEME – FAMILY AS THE BASIC UNIT OF SOCIETY TOPIC 1 – ROLES OF EXTENDED FAMILY MEMBERS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1. The extended family tree 2. Relevant pictures and charts LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. recall the type of people who make up the extended family members. 2. identify the roles of extended members in child development. CONTENTS OF THE LESSON FOCUS LESSONS 1. Members of Extended Family Family is made up of father, mother and their children. Extended family is made of people who are related to one another by blood. For examples – Grandparents, Uncles, Aunties, Cousins, Nephews and Nieces, etc. 1. Uncle – The brother of one’s mother or father. 2. Aunt – The sister of one’s mother or father. 3. Nephew – The son of one’s brother or sister. 4. Nieces – The son of one’s brother or sister. 5. Grandparents – The father of one’s father/The mother of one’s father/The father of one’s mother/The mother of one’s mother. 6. Father in law – Father of one’s husband or wife. 7. Mother in law – Mother of one’s husband or wife. 2. Roles of Extended Family Members in Child Development Act as agent of socialization. Share folklores Learning how to relate to elders, younger family members and peers. Support the nuclear family members whenever the need arises, etc. LESSON PRESENTATION TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES The teacher, 1. explains the concept of extended family members using the family tree. 2. guides a question and answer session on the roles of extended family members on child development. STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES The students, 1. participate in the discussion by interpreting the family tree. 2. provide answers to questions raised by the teacher. LESSON EVALUATION Students to, 1. compile a list of people who make up the extended family. 2. compile a list of the roles which these members play in a child’s development. Share On Related Posts Social Studies JSS 3 Curriculum Guides – Fundamental of Social Studies (Contents and Components of Social Studies) Social Studies JSS 3 Curriculum Guides – Culture and Social Values (Harmful Traditional Practices, Human Trafficking and Preventing Human Trafficking) Social Studies JSS 3 Curriculum Guides – Social and Health Issues (Controlling Cultism in Our Society, Social Conflict, Managing and Resolving Conflicts and Preventing Drug Trafficking) About The Author Alabi M. S. Welcome! We believe teachers inspire our future. CRN (ClassRoomNotes) is a website FOR TEACHERS BY TEACHERS, and we aim to continuously inform and encourage teaching! All materials are subject to TERMLY review.