# First Term

## Second Term Lesson Notes Primary 1 Civic Education

SCHEME OF WORK WITH LESSON NOTES   WEEK 1 – Rules and Regulations (Primary 1)   WEEK 2 – Dos and Don’ts of The society  (Primary 1)   WEEK 3 – The Benefits of obeying Rules And Regulations (Primary 1)   WEEK 4 – The Rewards Of Disobedience (Primary 1)   WEEK 5 – Other ways through which Civic

## Saul’s repentance, baptism and conversion

Subject : Christian Religious Studies   Term :First Term   Week: Week 2   Class : Basic 6 / Primary 6     Previous lesson : The pupils have previous knowledge of Saul’s early life and religion     Topic :  Saul’s repentance, baptism and conversion   Behavioural objectives : At the end of the

## Revision Mathematics Primary 3 Week 11 First Term Plan Lesson Notes

Subject: Mathematics Class: Primary 3 Term: First Term Week: 11 Topic: Revision (Addition and Subtraction of Decimal, Writing Arabic Numerals in Roman Numerals, and Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers in Story Problems) Sub-topic: – Duration: 45 minutes Entry Behaviour: Students are expected to have prior knowledge of basic addition and subtraction concepts, understanding of

## Revision Yoruba Primary 2 Week 11 First Term Plan Lesson Notes

Subject: Numeracy (Numismatics or Currencies) Class: Primary 2 Term: First Term Week: 11 Topic: Counting and Naming Numbers up to 20 Sub-topic: Traditional Yoruba Numerals and Currency Representation Duration: 2 weeks Entry Behaviour: Students should be familiar with counting numbers up to 10. Key Words: Ení, È jì, Ẹta, Ẹrin, Àrún, Ẹfà, Èje, Ẹjọ, Ẹsan,

## The Soil : Meaning, Types and Water Retaining Capacity of Different types of Soil Basic Science Primary 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 9

Subject: Basic Science Class: Primary 2 Term: First Term Week: 9 Topic: The Soil: Meaning, Types, and Water Retaining Capacity of Different Types of Soil Duration: 30 minutes Previous Knowledge: Students have a basic understanding of the environment and natural materials. Behavioral Objectives: To introduce students to the concept of soil and its importance. To

## Vocabulary Development Building English Grammar Primary 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 9

Subject: English Grammar Class: Primary 2 Term: First Term Week: 9 Topic: Vocabulary Development Building Duration: 30 minutes Previous Knowledge: Students have basic vocabulary and are familiar with common words and their meanings. Behavioral Objectives: To introduce new words and their meanings to expand students’ vocabulary. To enhance students’ ability to use new words in

## A Day at Tarkwa Bay Beach” Comprehension Passage English Grammar Primary 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 9

Subject: English Grammar Class: Primary 2 Term: First Term Week: 9 Topic: “A Day at Tarkwa Bay Beach” Comprehension Passage Sub-topic: Reading and Comprehension Duration: 30 minutes Previous Knowledge: Students have basic reading skills and understanding of simple sentences. Behavioral Objectives: To read and understand a short passage about a family’s day at Tarkwa Bay

## Simple Serving Tools Home Economics Primary 5 First Term Lesson Notes Week 8

Subject: Home Economics Grade: Primary 5 Week: 8 Topic: Simple Serving Tools Objectives: Understand the purpose of various serving tools. Learn how to use these tools for serving different types of food. Promote proper table etiquette. Materials: Visual aids (pictures of serving tools) Real or replica serving tools for demonstration Introduction: Begin the class

## Mid Term Assignment PHE JSS 2 First Term

Duties of Athletics Officials: Recall Starter: This official starts the race. For example, in a sprint, they say, “On your marks, get set, go!” Marksman: This person measures how far an athlete jumps or throws. Imagine a long jump where they check how far the athlete jumped. Umpire: The umpire ensures everyone follows the rules,

## Safety Precautions On Sporting Ground Physical and Health Education JSS 1 FIRST TERM LESSON NOTE

Mention five safety precautions on sport grounds Proper Footwear: Always wear appropriate sports shoes with good grip to prevent slipping and provide support for your feet and ankles. Warm-Up: Start with a proper warm-up routine to prepare your muscles and joints for physical activity. This can help prevent injuries. Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water
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