State the importance of air

Week: One

Class: Primary One

Topic: Air l

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

1. say that air exist.

2. State the importance of air.

3. Create air current by blowing with the mouth or using paper fan.

Instructional material/Reference material: MacMillan Basic Science and Technology, UBE edition.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: pupils are familiar with the air in their environment.

Content: Existence of Air.

What is Air? It is the Earth atmosphere. Air around us is a mixture of many gases and dust particles. It is also the general name for the mixture of gases that makes up the Earth. Air exists in various forms e.g a boy is blowing air into the bottle. The bottle contains water and a woman fanning herself in this air is involved.

 

Evaluation:

The teacher asked questions on what has been taught.

1. Give (3) examples that air exist?

2. Mention (2) importance of air?

Week: Two

Class: Primary One

Topic: Air ll

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

1. Demonstrate that air occupy spaces using balloon.

Instructional material/Reference material: MacMillan Basic Science and Technology, UBE edition.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: pupils have learnt about the existence and importance of air and creation of air current using paper fan.

Content: The showing that Air occupy spaces.

Air is able to occupy space when being compress or blown inside any container. For example, blow an air inside objects like tube of car, a balloon then close it mouth and the size and it shape will increase and change.

 

 

Evaluation: The teacher asked questions on what has been taught.

1. Name (2) things that contain air?

2. Give some demonstrations that air occupy spaces?

Week: Three

Class: primary One

Topic: Water

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to :

1. Say the meaning of water.

2. State the common source of water.

Instructional material/Reference material: MacMillan Basic Science and Technology, UBE edition.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: Pupils have learnt in the last lesson about how to demonstrate that air occupy spaces using balloon.

Content: Meaning of water and its source.

Meaning of water: Water is a substance found at room temperature and pressure as a clear liquid; it is present naturally as rain, and found in rivers, lakes and seas; its solid form is ice and its gaseous form is steam.

 

Source of water: (1) Rain (2) Tap (3) Lake (4) (5) Spring.

 

Evaluation: The teacher asked questions on what has been taught.

1. What is water?

2. Mention common source of water?

Week: Four

Class: Primary One

Topic: Uses and importance of water.

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

1. State the uses of water.

2. Enumerate the importance of water

Instructional material/Reference material: MacMillan Basic Science and Technology, UBE edition.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: Pupils have learnt in the last topic about what is water and it source.

Content: Uses of water and its importance.

A) Uses of water: (1) For drinking (2) For dissolving substance like sugar, salt, etc (3) For bathing.

B) Importance of water: (1) It is essential in building house (2) It is essential in agricultural activities e.g wetting of flowers etc.

 

Evaluation: The teacher asked questions on what has been taught.

1. State any uses of water?

2. Mention the importance of water?

Week: Five

Class: Primary One

Topic: Contamination of water.

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

1. states the meaning of water contamination.

2. list various ways by which water can be contaminated.

3. mention substances that contaminate water.

4. state the dangers in using contaminated water.

Instructional material/Reference material: MacMillan Basic Science and Technology, UBE edition.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: pupils have learnt in the last topic about the uses and Importance water.

Content:

A) Definition: contamination of water occurs when harmful substances often chemicals or microorganisms or dirty particles contaminate a water which intoxicate human body and also the environment.

B) Substances that contaminate water: (1) Urine (2) feaces (3) Oil (4) Flies.

C) Ways of Contaminating water: (1) Defecating on water bodies (2) Dumping of refuses and industrial waste into water bodies (3) breaking of oil pipes near stream, river side and farmland.

D) Dangers of water contamination: (1) It kills (2) It causes illness (3) It causes typhoid (4) It causes cholera.

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Evaluation: The teacher asked questions on what has been taught.

1. Explain water contamination in simple words?

2. State four substances that can contaminate water?

3. Enumerate various ways water can be contaminated?

4. State three dangers of water contamination?

Week: Six

Class: Primary One

Topic: Ways of preventing water contamination

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

1. state ways of preventing contamination of water.

2. state the harmful effect of taking contaminated water e.g. cholera, diarrhea body itching and dysentery.

Instructional material/Reference material: MacMillan Basic Science and Technology, UBE edition.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: pupils have learnt in the last topic about water contamination.

Content:

Prevention of contaminated water:

(1) Avoid urination on water bodies

(2) Avoid defecation on water bodies

(3) Avoid oil spillage.

Harmful effect of contaminated water:

(1) Cholera

(2) Diarrhoea

(3) Body itching

(4) Dysentery.

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Evaluation: The teacher asked questions on what has been taught.

1. List ways of preventing water contamination?

2. Name two harmful effect of drinking contaminated water?

 

Week: Seven

Class: Primary One

Topic: colour type

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

1. Identify different colours

2. Collect materials of different colours

Instructional material/Reference material: MacMillan Basic Science and Technology, UBE edition.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: pupils have learnt in the last topic about ways of preventing water contamination and its harmful effect.

Content: Colours of objects

There are many different colours of objects in the world, they are as follows: Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, White, Black, Pink, Brown, etc.

Evaluation: The teacher asked questions on what has been taught.

1. List five colours?

2. Identify five colours?

Week: Eight

Class: Primary One

Topic: Road traffic light sign.

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

1. Observe road traffic light and identify their colours.

2. Draw road signs.

Instructional material/Reference material: MacMillan Basic Science and Technology, UBE edition.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: pupils have learnt in the last topic about ways of preventing water contamination and its harmful effect.

Content: Road traffic light sign.

Traffic light tell drivers and pedestrian what they must do at intersections and along roads. They tell road users when to stop and go, when and how to turn and when to drive extra caution. Usually they are in three colours: red, yellow (Amber) and green. Red means stop, while yellow means set or to go and green also mean go.

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Evaluation: The teacher asked questions on what has been taught.

1. Identify and state various road traffic lights?

2. Draw road traffic lights?

Week: Nine

Class: Primary One

Topic: Function of road traffic signs

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

1. State each functions of road traffic light sign

Instructional material/Reference material: MacMillan Basic Science and Technology, UBE edition.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: Pupils have learnt in the last topic about road traffic light sign, its colours and meaning.

Content: Functions of each road traffic lights.

1. RED: It function as stop, to halt vehicles in order of preventing them from accident.

2. YELLOW (AMBER): It stands for to go, that is the cars should be ready to move no danger or any cause for accident.

3. GREEN: Stands for go, that is the road is free.

Evaluation: The teacher asked questions on what has been taught.

1. State the functions of each following road traffic lights signs

Red, Yellow, Green

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Week: Ten

Class: Primary One

Topic: Road markings and their colours.

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

1. Identify road markings and their colours

Instructional material/Reference material: MacMillan Basic Science and Technology, UBE edition.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: Pupils have learnt in the last topic about functions of road traffic signs and their colours.

Content: Road markings.

Road surface markings are used on paved roadways to provide guidance and information to drivers and pedestrian.

Road road markings are a special type of traffic signs which are marked on the surface of the road. Like traffic signs they can give order, warning or information. sometimes they are used with traffic signs.

While is generally used for road markings except those indicating restrictions for which yellow markings are used. White or yellow together with black are used for kerb and object marking.

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Evaluation: The teacher asked questions on what has been taught.

1. Draw and colour road traffic lights ?

 

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