Understanding Security and Security Personnel Security Education Primary 1 First Term Lesson Notes Week 1

Lesson Plan: Security Education for Primary 1, First Term, Week 1

Subject: Security Education
Class: Primary 1
Term: First Term
Week: 1
Age: 6 years

Topic: Concept of Security
Sub-topic: Understanding Security and Security Personnel

Duration: 40 minutes

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

  1. Define the meaning of security.
  2. Describe how a security personnel looks like.

Keywords: Security, Safety, Security Personnel, Uniform

Set Induction:
The teacher will show a picture of a security personnel in uniform and ask the pupils who they think this person is and what they do.

Entry Behaviour: Pupils have basic knowledge of people in uniforms such as teachers and doctors.

Learning Resources and Materials:

  • Picture cards of security personnel
  • Flashcards with definitions
  • Storybook about security
  • Whiteboard and markers

Building Background / Connection to Prior Knowledge:
Discuss with pupils what they do when they feel scared or unsafe.

Embedded Core Skills:

  • Observation
  • Communication
  • Critical thinking

Reference Books: Lagos State Scheme of Work

Instructional Materials:

  • Picture cards of security personnel
  • Flashcards with definitions
  • Storybook about security
  • Whiteboard and markers

Content:

  1. Definition of Security: Security means being free from danger or feeling safe.
  2. Role of Security Personnel:
    • They protect people and property.
    • They make sure everyone follows the rules.
  3. Appearance of Security Personnel:
    • They usually wear uniforms.
    • They might have badges, hats, and special equipment.

Questions:

  1. Security means being free from __________.
    • a) Fun
    • b) Danger
    • c) Play
    • d) Rules
  2. A person who protects us and makes sure we follow rules is called a __________.
    • a) Teacher
    • b) Security Personnel
    • c) Doctor
    • d) Driver
  3. Security personnel usually wear __________.
    • a) Casual clothes
    • b) Uniforms
    • c) Costumes
    • d) Pajamas
  4. A __________ helps to keep us safe.
    • a) Stranger
    • b) Friend
    • c) Security Personnel
    • d) Neighbor
  5. Security means feeling __________.
    • a) Safe
    • b) Happy
    • c) Scared
    • d) Sad
  6. Security personnel can have __________ to show who they are.
    • a) Badges
    • b) Toys
    • c) Food
    • d) Books
  7. One of the roles of security personnel is to __________ property.
    • a) Destroy
    • b) Protect
    • c) Ignore
    • d) Sell
  8. Feeling safe and free from danger is called __________.
    • a) Security
    • b) Fun
    • c) Playtime
    • d) Adventure
  9. Security personnel make sure everyone follows the __________.
    • a) Games
    • b) Rules
    • c) Fun
    • d) Stories
  10. When you see someone in uniform helping others, they might be __________ personnel.
    • a) Security
    • b) Cooking
    • c) Cleaning
    • d) Shopping

Class Activity Discussion 

  1. What is security?
    Answer: Being free from danger or feeling safe.
  2. Who is a security personnel?
    Answer: A person who protects people and property and makes sure rules are followed.
  3. What do security personnel wear?
    Answer: They usually wear uniforms.
  4. What might a security personnel have to show who they are?
    Answer: Badges, hats, and special equipment.
  5. Why are security personnel important?
    Answer: They help keep us safe.
  6. Can security personnel be found in schools?
    Answer: Yes, they can be found in schools, offices, and many other places.
  7. Do security personnel protect property?
    Answer: Yes, they protect both people and property.
  8. Is feeling safe a part of security?
    Answer: Yes, feeling safe is a part of security.
  9. Do security personnel follow rules?
    Answer: Yes, they follow rules and make sure others do too.
  10. Can security personnel help in emergencies?
    Answer: Yes, they are trained to help in emergencies.

Presentation:

  1. Step 1: The teacher revises the previous topic, which was “Introduction to School Rules.”
  2. Step 2: The teacher introduces the new topic by showing pictures of security personnel and asking who they are and what they do.
  3. Step 3: The teacher allows the pupils to share their ideas about security and corrects them when necessary.

Teacher’s Activities:

  • Show pictures and explain the concept of security.
  • Describe how security personnel look and their roles.
  • Ask questions to engage pupils and guide their responses.

Learners’ Activities:

  • Look at the pictures.
  • Answer questions.
  • Share their own ideas about security.

Assessment:

  • Pupils will answer the fill-in-the-blank questions.
  • Oral questions during the lesson.

Evaluation Questions:

  1. What does security mean?
  2. Who protects people and property?
  3. What do security personnel wear?
  4. Why do we need security personnel?
  5. How do security personnel help us feel safe?
  6. Where can we find security personnel?
  7. What might security personnel have to identify themselves?
  8. Do security personnel follow and enforce rules?
  9. What should you do if you see someone in a security uniform?
  10. Can security personnel help in emergencies?

Conclusion: The teacher goes around to mark the pupils’ work and provides necessary corrections.

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