FIRST TERM E-LEARNING NOTE
SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES
CLASS: JSS 2
TERM: FIRST TERM
WEEK: WEEK 1
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: Pupils have previous knowledge of
QUALITIES AND BEHAVIOUR THAT ENHANCE FRIENDSHIP
At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
- Define crime
- Mention five effects of crime on an individual.
- Mention three effects of crime on the family.
- Highlight the causes and effects of crimes
- Wall charts
- Related Online Video
- Flash Cards
METHODS OF TEACHING:
- Class Discussion
- Group Discussion
- Asking Questions
- Role Modelling
- Role Delegation
- Scheme of Work
- Online Information
- 9 Year Basic Education Curriculum
Topic- Drug Trafficking
Meaning of Drug Trafficking
Consequences of Drug Trafficking
Prevention of Drug Trafficking
Drug Trafficking is the transferring, carrying of drugs especially hard drugs like heroin, cocaine and marijuana from where they are produced to where they will be consumed.
It is an illegal transfer of hard drugs from one place to another. Drug trafficking is the term used to describe the production, distribution and sale of illegal drugs. In the United States, such drugs include cocaine, heroin, PCP, LSD, methamphetamines and marijuana
Penalties for trafficking may vary, but in most places, penalties are intended to be severe enough to discourage individuals from engaging in selling drugs.
Drug trafficking is a major source of crime worldwide. Not only is there physical danger inherent in the use of illegal drugs, but drug smuggling is also frequently accompanied by other crimes such as murder, kidnapping, prostitution and assault. Authorities work full time all over the world to prevent the use and sale of illegal drugs, as both represent enormous dangers to society.
While laws vary according to jurisdiction, individuals charged with drug possession usually face stiff penalties, which include property forfeiture. Hefty fines and time in prison. In some countries, such as China, drug sales may be punishable by death. In certain jurisdictions, when people are caught smuggling or selling drugs, individuals will sometimes hire a drug lawyer who specializes in defending individuals accused of such crimes. Even with legal counsel, however, drug trafficking laws designed to deter people from producing and selling drugs are strictly applied.
Factors that Are Responsible for Drug Trafficking
Some of the reasons why people engage in drug trafficking are:
Lack of contentment
Because of its high demand
Consequences of Drug Trafficking
The effect/consequences of drug trafficking cannot be overemphasized, they are
Drug trafficking leads to crime and violence in the society
In some countries, it leads to immediate and shameful death of the traffickers
Drug trafficking will also lead to high rate of corruption in the society
They are arrested and regarded as criminals
It destroys the youth of a nation
A country that is known as drug trafficking country are usually avoided by other countries
Measures for preventing drug trafficking; the following ways and measures can be used to prevent drug trafficking, these are
Employment should be made available to the youth
Appropriate punishment should be given to arrested drug traffickers to teach others lesson
Appropriate information should be made available to everyone about drug trafficking.
The police, immigration department and the national drug law enforcement agency must be well equipped to tackle and fight against drug trafficking
Everyone should learn to respect the law of the country
Poverty eradication measures must be properly implemented
Both developed and developing countries must co-operate with one another in the war against drug trafficking
The government and nongovernmental organizations should make massive advertisements against drug trafficking.
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
The class teacher wraps up or concludes the lesson by giving out a short note to summarize the topic that he or she has just taught.
The class teacher also goes round to make sure that the notes are well copied or well written by the pupils.
He or she makes the necessary corrections when and where the needs arise.
- What is crime?
- Who is a prostitute?
- Mention five causes of crime.
- What is arson?
- What is rape?
- What is smuggling?
- Mention five importance of friendship
- Mention three effects of crime on the nation
- The following are common crimes except __ A. cultism B. murder C. prostitution D. reading
- One of the causes of common crimes is __ dancing B. poverty C. education D. ethnic
- Corruption is common among __ A. government officials’ civil servants C. politicians D. all of the above
- One of the following is not a cause of cultism in Nigeria A. greed B. academic failure
- List and explain some of the factors that facilitate human and drug trafficking.
- What are the consequences of drug trafficking that you know?
- The illegal transfer of drugs especially hard drugs from one place to another is———? (a) drug trafficking (b) human trafficking (c) drug abuse(d) drug dependence.
8. All are examples of hard drugs except (a) heroin (b) cocaine (c) paracetamol (d) marijuana.
9. Some of the reasons why people engage in drug trafficking are all of these except (a) poverty (b) ignorance (c) greed (d) contentment.
10. Which of these ways can drug trafficking be prevented——-? (a) sponsoring the traffickers (b) promoting the traffickers (c) through poverty eradication measures (d) consistent purchase of the hard drugs.
11. All the reasons for drug trafficking are genuine, so drug trafficking should be encouraged. Yes/ No.
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