Kikun Awon Aworan ni Kolo / Imotooto Ara Yoruba Nursery 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 7

LESSON PLAN

Subject: Yoruba

Class: Nursery 2

Term: First Term

Week: 7

Topic: Kikun Awon Aworan ni Kolo / Imotooto Ara

Sub-topic: Kikun Aworan ati Imotooto

Duration: 40 minutes

Behavioural Objectives:

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. Kun awon eda aworan ti oluko fun won daadaa.
  2. Ko orin imotooto.
  3. So pataki imotooto ati bi a se ntoju ara wa.
  4. Daruko ona ti a fi ntoju ara bii iwe-wiwe, eyin fifo.

Key Words:

  • Kikun (Coloring)
  • Aworan (Pictures)
  • Imotooto (Cleanliness)
  • Ara (Body)
  • Iwe-wiwe (Bathing)
  • Eyin fifo (Brushing teeth)

Set Induction:

The teacher will show colorful pictures of a dog (aja) and a shoe (bata) to get the pupils’ attention.

Entry Behaviour:

Pupils have some experience with coloring and basic hygiene practices.

Learning Resources and Materials:

  • Coloring sheets with pictures of a dog and a shoe
  • Crayons or colored pencils
  • Hygiene song lyrics
  • Flashcards showing hygiene practices

Building Background/Connection to Prior Knowledge:

Ask pupils about their favorite colors and how they keep themselves clean every day.

Embedded Core Skills:

  • Creativity
  • Fine motor skills
  • Hygiene awareness

Learning Materials:

  • Lagos State Scheme of Work
  • Coloring sheets
  • Crayons or colored pencils
  • Flashcards
  • Hygiene song lyrics

Instructional Materials:

  • Coloring sheets
  • Crayons or colored pencils
  • Flashcards
  • Hygiene song lyrics

Content:

  1. Kikun awon eda aworan: aja ati bata.
  2. Orin imotooto.
  3. Pataki imotooto ati bi a se ntoju ara wa.
  4. Ona ti a fi ntoju ara: iwe-wiwe, eyin fifo.

Presentation:

Step 1: Revision

  • The teacher revises the previous topic on short breaks.

Step 2: Introduction of New Topic

  • The teacher introduces the new topic “Kikun Awon Aworan ni Kolo / Imotooto Ara”.
  • The teacher shows the coloring sheets and explains the importance of cleanliness.

Step 3: Pupils’ Contributions

  • The teacher asks pupils about their favorite colors and hygiene practices.
  • The teacher demonstrates coloring a part of the picture and singing the hygiene song.

Teacher’s Activities:

  1. Show coloring sheets of a dog (aja) and a shoe (bata).
  2. Explain and sing the hygiene song with pupils.
  3. Discuss the importance of cleanliness.
  4. Show flashcards of different hygiene practices.

Learners’ Activities:

  1. Pupils will color the pictures of the dog and shoe.
  2. Pupils will sing the hygiene song.
  3. Pupils will discuss why cleanliness is important.
  4. Pupils will name ways to keep clean, such as bathing and brushing teeth.

Assessment:

The teacher will ask the pupils to:

  1. Show their colored pictures.
  2. Sing the hygiene song.
  3. Explain why cleanliness is important.
  4. List ways to keep clean.

Ten Evaluation Questions:

  1. Kini o tumo si kikun?
  2. Kini o tumo si imotooto?
  3. Kini aworan ti o n kun?
  4. Kini a n pe ni aja ni Yoruba?
  5. Kini a n pe ni bata ni Yoruba?
  6. So oruko orin imotooto.
  7. Kilo je pataki imotooto?
  8. Bawo ni a se ntoju ara wa?
  9. Kini o tumo si iwe-wiwe?
  10. Kini o tumo si eyin fifo?

Conclusion:

The teacher will go round to mark the pupils’ colored pictures and provide necessary corrections. The teacher will also give praises and encouragement for their efforts in coloring and understanding cleanliness.

Reference Books:

  • Lagos State Scheme of Work for Nursery 2
  • Books on basic hygiene practices for children

Notes:

  • Ensure all pupils participate.
  • Use simple and clear language.
  • Encourage pupils to ask questions.
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