Violence Offences

Subject : Security Education

Class : Primary 3

Term : Third Term

Type : Lesson Notes

Week : Week 4

Topic : Violence Offences eg Murder, Rape, Robbery, Man slaughter

Previous Lesson

Behavioural Objectives :

 

 

 

Embedded Core Skills

  1. Communication and Collaboration
  2. Leadership and Personal Development
  3. Citizenship

 

Learning Resource

 

 

 

Content

  1. Violence offences are actions that hurt or harm other people. They can be physical, verbal, or emotional. They are not allowed because they are harmful and can cause serious damage to others.
  2. Here are some examples of violence offences:
  • Physical violence: hitting, kicking, pushing, or pulling someone’s hair
  • Verbal violence: saying mean or hurtful things to someone, insulting them, or using curse words
  • Emotional violence: ignoring someone, excluding them from activities, or spreading rumors about them
  • Bullying: repeatedly hurting or harassing someone, either physically or emotionally, over a period of time
  • Sexual violence: touching someone inappropriately, forcing them to do something they don’t want to do, or making sexual comments or gestures towards them.

Remember, violence is never okay and can have serious consequences. It’s important to treat others with kindness and respect, and to speak up if you see someone being hurt or bullied.

 

Evaluation

1. What are violence offences?

a) Actions that help or heal other people

b) Actions that hurt or harm other people

c) Actions that make other people happy

 

2. Violence offences can be:

a) Physical, verbal, or emotional

b) Legal, moral, or ethical

c) Happy, sad, or neutral

3. Why are violence offences not allowed?

a) Because they are fun

b) Because they can cause serious damage to others

c) Because they are encouraged by society

 

4. Which of the following is an example of physical violence?

a) Saying mean things to someone

b) Hitting someone

c) Ignoring someone

 

5. Which of the following is an example of verbal violence?

a) Kicking someone

b) Pulling someone’s hair

c) Insulting someone

 

6. Which of the following is an example of emotional violence?

a) Including someone in activities

b) Excluding someone from activities

c) Helping someone with their homework

7. What is bullying?

a) Repeatedly hurting or harassing someone, either physically or emotionally, over a period of time

b) Complimenting someone

c) Ignoring someone

 

8. What is sexual violence?

a) Touching someone appropriately

b) Forcing someone to do something they don’t want to do

c) Making someone laugh

 

9. What should you do if you see someone being hurt or bullied?

a) Ignore it and walk away

b) Join in and help the bully

c) Speak up and tell an adult

 

10. How should you treat others?

a) With kindness and respect

b) With violence  and aggression

c) With indifference and apathy

 

Lesson Presentation

Lesson plan presentation on the topic “Explaining Violence Offences and Giving Examples”:

 

Grade Level: Primary 3

Subject: Security Education

 

Objective: Students will be able to understand what violence offences are and identify examples of different types of violence offences.

Materials:

– Whiteboard or chalkboard

– Markers or chalk

– Handouts with fill-in-blank questions

– Pencils or pens

 

Introduction (5 minutes):

– Greet the class and introduce the topic of violence offences.

– Ask students if they have ever heard of the term “violence offences” and if they know what it means.

– Define violence offences as actions that hurt or harm other people, and explain that they can be physical, verbal, or emotional.

 

Body (20 minutes):

– Write the three types of violence offences on the board (physical, verbal, emotional) and give examples of each.

– Engage the students by asking them to give examples of each type of violence offence.

– Discuss the different types of violence offences and their effects on victims.

– Provide real-life examples of violence offences in the community or in the media.

– Emphasize that violence is never okay and can have serious consequences.

 

Activity (15 minutes):

– Distribute handouts with fill-in-blank questions.

– Instruct the students to read each question and choose the correct answer from the given options.

– Monitor the students as they work on the activity and answer any questions they may have.

 

Conclusion (10 minutes):

– Collect the handouts from the students and review the answers together.

– Recap the main points of the lesson and ask the students if they have any questions or concerns.

– Remind the students to treat others with kindness and respect, and to speak up if they witness violence or bullying.

Assessment:

– The handout activity will serve as a form of assessment to evaluate the s tudents’ understanding of the topic.

 

Weekly Assessment /Test

Sure, here are ten fill-in-blank questions with options a, b, or c on the topic of violence offences for primary 3 students in Lagos State:

1. Violence offences are actions that ______ other people.
a) help
b) heal
c) hurt

2. Violence offences can be ______, verbal, or emotional.
a) physical
b) moral
c) legal

3. Why are violence offences not allowed?
a) Because they can cause serious damage to others
b) Because they are fun
c) Because they are encouraged by society

4. Which of the following is an example of physical violence?
a) Saying mean things to someone
b) Hitting someone
c) Ignoring someone

5. Which of the following is an example of verbal violence?
a) Kicking someone
b) Pulling someone’s hair
c) Insulting someone

6. Which of the following is an example of emotional violence?
a) Including someone in activities
b) Excluding someone from activities
c) Helping someone with their homework

7. What is bullying?
a) Repeatedly hurting or harassing someone, either physically or emotionally, over a period of time
b) Complimenting someone
c) Ignoring someone

8. What is sexual violence?
a) Touching someone appropriately
b) Forcing someone to do something they don’t want to do
c) Making someone laugh

9. What should you do if you see someone being hurt or bullied?
a) Ignore it and walk away
b) Join in and help the bully
c) Speak up and tell an adult

10. How should you treat others?
a) With kindness and respect
b) With violence and aggression
c) With indifference and apathy