Behavioural Objectives : At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to
say the meaning of safety
say the proper ways off using medicine
Not that medicine are not the say as candies
Know that they cannot take medicine as they take candies
Know that they must not take medicine by themselves
What are candies?
Candies are pieces of sweet, delicious pieces of sugary materials that are wrapped up that can be used as desert or snacks.
Sweet or candies are very delicious. They come in different shapes, colours and flavour. Candies or sweet may be round, green or yellow. They may have various fruity flavour or taste.
Children love candies.
Some medicine in table forms may look like candies
This lesson is geared towards keeping children safe from wrong use of drugs. Some children just pick any medicine and put in their mouth, thinking it’s a candy to be licked. Let the kids understand that once they see a candy (coloured medicine looking like candy to them) they should take it to their parents or any adult around.
Teach them that they should never take medicine from anybody except their parents, teachers, guardians and adult family members.
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
What are the uses of medicine?
Should you take medicine by yourself
Should you collect medicine from anybody anyhow
Is medicine candy 🍬?
The class teacher makes sure that the pupils copy the short note and he or she marks