Basic Science and Technology
Seasons in Nigeria
Instructional Materials :
- Weather chart
- Wall charts
Previous Knowledge :
The pupils have been taught
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF LIVING THINGS
in their previous lesson
Behavioural Objectives : At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to
- say the season in Nigeria
- say the months of dry season
- say the month of wet season
SEASONS IN THE YEAR:
EXPLANATION: This lesson will depend on the programme you are running- whether a British curriculum or a mixture of both. But a point to note is that the world is becoming a global village and our children should be trained to be global citizens. So, it will be on point to let them know both the seasons in Nigeria and that of western world.
In year one, they were taught the two seasons in Nigeria and the four seasons in Western world.
Remember that the two seasons in Nigeria are Rainy season which starts in March and Dry season which starts in November. And the four seasons in Western world are—–
spring, summer, autumn and winter.
MEANING OF SEASON
(It is also important for the kids to know that seasons simply means the different weather conditions we experience in a particular place within a one year period. )
What is the meaning of seasons?
Seasons are different times of the year when we have different weather.
SEASONS IN A YEAR
Seasons in Nigeria
There are two seasons in Nigeria: The Rainy season, which starts in March. The dry season which starts in
SEASONS IN WESTERN WORLD
Seasons in Western countries
Seasons in Western countries summer, winter, autumn and spring Summer is the hottest season winter is the coldest season.
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 seasons in Nigeria
- What are the seasons in the western world
Class teacher wraps up the lesson , gives a short note and goes round to mark
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