Lagos State Emergency Services and Call Numbers Security Education Primary 4 Third Term Week 8

Subject : Security Education

Class : Primary 4

Term : Third Term

Type : Lesson Notes

Week : Week 8

Topic : Lagos State Emergency Services and Call Numbers

Previous Lesson

  • ¬†Third Mid Term Security Education Primary 4

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Behavioural Objectives :

  1. To understand what emergency services are and why they are important
  2. To know the emergency numbers to call in Lagos State
  3. To be able to describe the roles of different emergency services in Lagos State
  4. To understand what to do in an emergency situation
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Embedded Core Skills

  1. Critical thinking
  2. Communication
  3. Information literacy
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  5. Problem-solving

 

Learning Resource

  1. PowerPoint presentation
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  3. Whiteboard and markers
  4. Handouts on Lagos State Emergency Services and Call Numbers
  5. Emergency numbers poster
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  7. Role-playing scenarios for emergency situations

 

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Content

Lagos State Emergency Services and Call Numbers

 

1. Emergency services are services that respond quickly to help people in dangerous or life-threatening situations.

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2. In Lagos State, there are several emergency services that you can call for help.

3. The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) is the agency responsible for coordinating emergency services in the state.

4. To call for emergency help in Lagos State, you can dial three different numbers: 112, 767, or 1122. These numbers are toll-free, which means you won’t be charged for making the call.

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5. When you call for emergency help, try to stay calm and give as much information as you can about the situation. This will help the emergency responders to know what they need to do and how quickly they need to do it.

6. The Lagos State Fire Service is responsible for putting out fires in the state. To call the Lagos State Fire Service, you can dial 080-3323-6666 or 01-794-4929.

7. The Lagos State Ambulance Service is responsible for providing medical assistance in emergency situations. To call the Lagos State Ambulance Service, you can dial 112 or 767.

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8. The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) is responsible for ensuring safety on Nigerian roads. To call the Lagos zonal commander of the FRSC, you can dial 080-3370-6639.

9. The KIA Brigade provides orientation services and organization for emergency situations. To call the KIA Brigade in Lagos, you can dial 089-230-6632.

10. Remember, in an emergency situation, it’s important to stay calm, call for help as quickly as possible, and follow the instructions of the emergency responders.

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Evaluation

1. What is the emergency number you can call in Lagos State?

a) 911

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b) 999

c) 112

d) 123

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2. What is the Lagos State agency responsible for coordinating emergency services in the state?

a) Lagos State Police Command

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b) Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA)

c) Lagos State Security Trust Fund

d) Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA)

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3. What is the number to call for the Lagos State Fire Service?

a) 080-3323-6666

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b) 01-794-4929

c) 767

d) 112

 

4. What is the number to call for the Lagos State Ambulance Service?

a) 112

b) 767

c) 911

d) 999

 

5. What is the number to call for LASTMA in Lagos State?

a) 080-7500-3711

b) 767

c) 112

d) 080-3323-6666

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6. What is the name of the organization responsible for ensuring safety on Nigerian roads?

a) Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)

b) Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA)

c) Nigerian Police Force (NPF)

d) Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC)

 

7. What is the number to call the Lagos zonal commander of the FRSC?

a) 080-3370-6639

b) 080-3323-6666

c) 089-230-6632

d) 112

 

8. What is the number to call the KIA Brigade in Lagos?

a) 080-7500-3711

b) 767

c) 089-230-6632

d) 112

 

9. What is the number to call the Lagos State Security Trust Fund?

a) 911

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b) 767

c) 112

d) 123

 

10. What should you do in an emergency situation?

a) Panic and scream for help

b) Run away from the scene

c) Call for help as quickly  as possible

d) Ignore the situation and hope it goes away.

 

Lesson Plan Presentation

Title: Lagos State Emergency Services and Call Numbers

Grade Level: Primary 4

Duration: 45 minutes

Learning Objectives:

1. To understand what emergency services are and why they are important
2. To know the emergency numbers to call in Lagos State
3. To be able to describe the roles of different emergency services in Lagos State
4. To understand what to do in an emergency situation

Embedded Core Skills:

1. Critical thinking
2. Communication
3. Information literacy
4. Problem-solving

Materials:

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1. PowerPoint presentation
2. Whiteboard and markers
3. Handouts on Lagos State Emergency Services and Call Numbers
4. Emergency numbers poster
5. Role-playing scenarios for emergency situations

Presentation:

Introduction (5 minutes)

1. Greet the students and introduce the topic of emergency services and call numbers.
2. Explain why emergency services are important and how they help people in dangerous or life-threatening situations.

Body (30 minutes)

1. Present a PowerPoint presentation on Lagos State Emergency Services and Call Numbers.
2. Explain the different emergency services available in Lagos State, their roles, and the numbers to call.
3. Show the emergency numbers poster and explain how to dial the numbers in an emergency situation.
4. Discuss different emergency situations and role-play different scenarios to help students understand how to react in different emergency situations.

Conclusion (10 minutes)

1. Summarize the key points covered in the lesson.
2. Review the emergency numbers poster and ask students to recite the numbers.
3. Provide handouts on Lagos State Emergency Services and Call Numbers.
4. End the lesson with a reminder to always stay calm and call for help in an emergency situation.

Learners Activities:

1. Watch and listen to the presentation.
2. Participate in role-playing scenarios.
3. Memorize the emergency numbers and recite them.
4. Discuss different emergency situations and how to react to them.

Assessment:

1. Observing students during role-playing scenarios.
2. Asking students to recite the emergency numbers.
3. Asking students to describe the roles of different emergency services in Lagos State.
4. Asking students to explain what to do in an emergency situation.

Weekly Assessment /Test

1. What is the Lagos State agency responsible for coordinating emergency services in the state?

a) Lagos State Police Command

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b) Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA)

c) Lagos State Security Trust Fund

d) Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA)

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2. What is the number to call for the Lagos State Fire Service?

a) 080-3323-6666

b) 01-794-4929

c) 767

d) 112

 

3. What is the number to call for the Lagos State Ambulance Service?

a) 112

b) 767

c) 911

d) 999

 

4. What is the name of the organization responsible for ensuring safety on Nigerian roads?

a) Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)

b) Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA)

c) Nigerian Police Force (NPF)

d) Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC)

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5. What is the number to call the Lagos zonal commander of the FRSC?

a) 080-3370-6639

b) 080-3323-6666

c) 089-230-6632

d) 112

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6. What is the number to call the KIA Brigade in Lagos?

a) 080-7500-3711

b) 767

c) 089-230-6632

d) 112

 

7. What is the number to call for LASTMA in Lagos State?

a) 080-7500-3711

b) 767

c) 112

d) 080-3323-6666

 

8. What is the emergency number you can call in Lagos State?

a) 911

b) 999

c) 112

d) 123

 

9. If you see any suspicious activity or something that could be dangerous, you can call the Lagos State Security Trust Fund on:

a) 911

b) 767

c) 112

d) 123

 

10. What should you do in an emergency situation?

a) Panic and scream for help

b) Run away from the scene

c) Call for help as quickly as possible

d) Ignore the situation and hope it goes away.