Behavioural Objectives : At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to
know that they should not put anything anyhow into their mouth
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
Candy is otherwise called sweet or lollies. It is a confectionery that children mostly lick. In case you operate in an environment where the kids are not used to the word ‘candy’, use ‘sweet’ instead. The idea is for the kids to get the message. So, use the word they are familiar with.
Tell the kids these:
If you find any piece of candy, (sweet) give it to your parents or any adult around. Don’t taste it
Don’t take medicines from your friends, classmates or people you don’t know. Only collect medicines from your parents, doctors, teachers and elder siblings
If you are sick, don’t take medicine by yourself. Wait for an adult to give it to you.
If you take medicine wrongly, it will cause big problem to you and worsen your sickness.
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?
Why do kids like sweet or candies
Should we put anything into our mouth anyhow
The class teacher makes sure that the pupils copy the short note and he or she marks