Tag: Religion and National Values

Source of Dangers and Insecurity – Rape (Primary 2)

    SECURITY EDUCATION RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES FIRST TERM   WEEK 3 PRIMARY 2 THEME – ELEMENTS OF SECURITY  PREVIOUS LESSON – Source of Dangers and Insecurity – Bomb Explosion (Primary 2) TOPIC – SOURCE OF DANGERS AND INSECURITY  LEARNING AREA 1. Introductory Activities 2. Meaning of Rape 3. Causes of Rape 4. Effects of

Source of Dangers and Insecurity – Bomb Explosion (Primary 2)

    SECURITY EDUCATION RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES FIRST TERM   WEEK 2  PRIMARY 2 THEME – ELEMENTS OF SECURITY  PREVIOUS LESSON – Source of Dangers and Insecurity (Primary 2) TOPIC – SOURCE OF DANGERS AND INSECURITY  LEARNING AREA 1. Introductory Activities 2. Meaning of Bomb Explosion 3. Causes of Bomb Explosion 4. Effects of Bomb

Source of Dangers and Insecurity (Primary 2)

    SECURITY EDUCATION RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES FIRST TERM   WEEK 1  PRIMARY 2 THEME – ELEMENTS OF SECURITY  PREVIOUS LESSON – Security Education (Primary 1) TOPIC – SOURCE OF DANGERS AND INSECURITY  LEARNING AREA 1. Introductory Activities 2. Meaning of Security and Insecurity 3. Source of Dangers 4. How to Keep Away from Dangers

Security Education (Primary 1)

    First Term, Second Term and Third Term  Security Education Scheme of Work and Plan Lesson Notes Primary 1     FIRST TERM  SCHEME OF WORK WITH PLAN LESSON NOTES   WEEK 1 – Concept of Security – Meaning of Security (Primary 1)   WEEK 2 – Concept of Security – Facts about Security (Primary 1)

Personal Security at Home, School and on the Roads (Primary 1)

  SECURITY EDUCATION RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES FIRST TERM   WEEK 9  PRIMARY 1 THEME – ELEMENTS OF SECURITY  PREVIOUS LESSON – Office Security (Primary 1) TOPIC – PERSONAL SECURITY  LEARNING AREA 1. Introductory Activities 2. Personal Security 3. Personal Security Tips at Home, School and on the Roads   PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES  By the end of
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