Behavioural Objectives : At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to
say the meaning of safety
list some safety rules
explain what someone can do if some one feels unsafe or not secure
Children are prone to certain actions while in a moving vehicle. The general belief is that children can’t sit down in a vehicle. That’s the tendency of most children, but it is a very risky behaviour.
Kids must learn to be calm , quiet and not restless when they are in a moving vehicle .
Kids must not stand up in a moving vehicle or put their hands out through the window in a moving vehicle .
You should let the kids know the dangers of such actions and discourage them from exhibiting them.
Teach the kids the following as the safety rules they must comply with whenever they are in a moving vehicle.
Never stick your hands outside the vehicle Never stick your head outside the vehicle
Let them know that sticking their hands or heads is very dangerous. Another vehicle can hit them on the hand or head, if they bring it out while the vehicle is moving
Never stand inside a moving vehicle
Stay seated while in the vehicle and hold on to the hard rail inside the bus for support Don’t put any part of your body outside a moving vehicle
Don’t rush when entering a vehicle or when coming out Don’t open the door of a vehicle if you are not told to do so
Things I should not do inside a moving vehicle
I should not bring my hands out of the window
I should not bring my head out of the window
I should never stand inside the vehicle while the vehicle is moving
I should not open the door, when the vehicle is moving
Don’t rush when entering the vehicle
Don’t rush when coming down from the vehicle
Don’t jump put of the vehicle through the window
The topic is presented step by step
The class teacher revises the previous topics
He introduces the new topic
The class teacher allows the pupils to give their own examples and he corrects them when the needs arise
Create a scenario and ask the kids what they should do if they find themselves in such situation
For example: you are playing and your ball rolls into the middle of the road.
What would you do?
When you are inside your school bus
and you see your friend on the road,
will you bring your hand to wave at him?
The class teacher makes sure that the pupils copy the short note and he or she marks