SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 2 THIRD TERM

SOCIAL STUDIES
 
 
JSS 2 THIRD TERM
 
 
WEEK
TOPIC/ CONTENT
ACTIVITIES
1
DANGERS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING                    
Meaning
and reasons for drug trafficking                             

Poverty                                           
– Ignorance/illiteracy                                   

Greed          
           
Teacher:
Explain meaning and reasons
for
drugtrafficking. Organize an
excursion
to NAFDAC, NDLEA with
students
to beactively involved
Use
posters, fliers, newspapers
Magazines
that are relevant to the
subject
matter.
2
DANGERS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING                    
Dangers
of drug trafficking           
– Bad
image for the country           

Imprisonment                                

Death penalty                                                        
Teacher:
Visit any relevant Agencies
like
NDLEA EFCC, police station
prisons
to inquireand discuss drug
trafficking
problems and suggest ways
of
solving theproblem.
Learners
and Agencies.    
Also
get pictures of victims in prison.
3
DANGERS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING                    
Dangers
of drug trafficking:          
– It
affects National security           

Negative impact on the economy           
Teacher:
Explain and discuss the dangers of drug trafficking with concrete examples.
Pictures, charts, video clips.
4
DANGERS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING                    
Prevention
of drug trafficking:

Education                                      

Creating awareness                     
– Use
of the mass media                
– Civil
societies/NGO                      

Legislation                                     

Religious institutions                   

Rehabilitation.
Teacher:
Discussion and explanation of ways of preventing drug trafficking.
Active
participation by students.
Use print and
electronic media e.g. radio, magazines, newspaper
5
OBSERVING AND REPORTING COMMON CRIMES.
Ways
of observing and reporting common crimes       
Teacher:
Brain storm on different ways of observing and reporting crime by both the
teacher and learner.       
Use cardboard
papers, makers to be shared in groups to present their points by their
representatives.
6
OBSERVING AND REPORTING COMMON CRIMES.
Ways
of observing and reporting common crimes
Teacher:
Teacher/student discuss ways of observing and reporting common crime.                                
Use the internet,
documentaries, textbooks, etc.
7
OBSERVING AND REPORTING COMMON CRIMES
Appropriate
response to crimes
Teacher:
Lead learners on how to respond appropriately to crime sc
Use pictures, cut
outs, newspapers, posters of crime scenes, video clips, etc.
8
OBSERVING AND REPORTING COMMON CRIMES
Meaning
of emergency management.
E.g.
fire outbreak, accidents, collapsed building, food poisoning, fake drugs,
drowning, etc.
Teacher:
Explain and discuss types or example of emergency management. Guide students
to identify different types of emergencies.                    
Use
posters, pictures, charts, video clips, immediate environment
9
OBSERVING AND REPORTING COMMON CRIMES.
E.g.
drowning, food poisoning, fake drugs, flood and erosion, desertification,
etc.
Teacher:
Discussion and explanation on examples of emergencies.
Students
participate actively.       
Visit to any
troubled side.  
Learners, posters,
pictures, etc.
10
OBSERVING AND REPORTING COMMON CRIMES.
Appropriate
response to emergency management
Teacher:
Guide learners to discuss and brain storm        on
appropriate response to emergency management.           
Learners use
cardboard paper to write out the responses.
11
OBSERVING AND REPORTING COMMON CRIMES.
Appropriate
actions
Teacher:
Lead students on how to act promptly to any         emergency
case and situations. Form groups to discuss and note        down points on the following emergency cases: car accident,
fire outbreak, collapse building, food poisoning group representatives to
present their points. Use cardboard papers, cellotape, etc.
12
Revision
Revision
13
Examination
Examination