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SOCIAL STUDIES JS II
THIRD TERM
SUB-THEME: FUNDAMENTALS OF SOCIAL STUDIES

WK 1. Drug Trafficking III

Students should be able to:
Explain the effects of drugs trafficking.

Content
Explanation of the consequences of drug trafficking.

– Bad image for the country
– Imprisonment

-Death in some cases etc.
Teacher: Leads students to explaining the effects of drug trafficking
Students: Participate in the explanation of drug trafficking

Teaching aids
1) Posters of people in jail for drugs.
2) Visit to prisons, NDLEA etc.

WK 2. Drug Trafficking IV

Students should be able to:
list and explain ways of preventing drug trafficking.

Content
Prevention of drug trafficking;

– Equip law enforcement agencies, i.e. NDLEA, police, immigration etc.

– Vigilance on our borders
– Severe penalty for offenders etc.
Teacher: Taking students on visit to relevant agencies; NDLEA, Prison, NAFDAC etc.
Students: 1) Listen to take notes
2) Ask and answer questions.
3) Go on excursion.

Teaching aids
Posters from NDLEA, on solution to drug trafficking.

WK 3. Contents of Social Studies
Students should be able to:
explain contents of social studies and
identify its components

Content
Meaning of social studies contents:- Facts, concepts, generalization, skills,
values and attitudes relevant for learner and the society etc.
Teacher: Leads students to find out the meaning and components of social studies concepts.
Students: Listen and responds to question in class.

Teaching aids
1) Students textbooks
2) Social studies materials etc.

WK 4. Role of extended family

Students should be able to:
Recall the types of people who make
up the extended family and their
roles in child development

Content
1) Members of extended family:
Grandparents, Uncles, Aunties, Cousins, Nephews and Nieces etc.
2) Roles of extended
family members in child development.

– Act as agent of socialization
– Share folk loves
– Learning how to relate to elders, younger family members and peers.

– Support the nuclear family members
whenever the need arises etc.
Teacher: 1) Explains the concept of extended family members using the family tree. 2) Guides a question and answer session in child development
Students: 1) Participate in the discussion by interpreting the family tree. 2) Ask and answer questions.

Teaching aids
1) The extended family tree
2) Relevant pictures and charts.

WK 5. Human Trafficking I

Students should be able to:
1) explain the meaning of human
trafficking
2) highlight the factors responsible for children and woman trafficking.

Content
1. Meaning of human trafficking: – Recruiting, transporting and
transferring of persons across borders (national and international) with
the intention to deceive and exploit them.

2. Factors responsible for children and women trafficking.

– False hope of education abroad.

– Poverty
– Increase in demand for foreign workers.
– Growth in sex and entertainment industry abroad.
Teacher: Uses debate and brain storming to elicit responses from students on:
a. the meaning of human trafficking.
b. factors responsible for children and women trafficking.
Students: (1) Participate actively in discussion and debates. (2) Listen to guest speaker, take notes and answer question from the resource person and the teacher.

Teaching aids
1) Posters
2) Resource person
3) Charts etc.

WK 6. Human Trafficking II
Students to be able to:
state the social effects or consequences of children and women trafficking.

Content
Consequences or effects of human trafficking:  Loss of human resource, Life of crime, addiction Sexual violence, Loss of human dignity, Weakens ties of family love and influence etc.
Teacher: Invite a guest speaker to give a talk on the effects of human
trafficking.
Students: Listen to guest speaker, take notes and ask question from the resource person and teacher.

Teaching aids
1) Posters
2) Video/ Film
3) Resource person
4) Charts etc.

Wk 7. Human Trafficking III
Students should be able to:
suggest possible ways of preventing
human trafficking.

Content
Preventive measures of human trafficking: Mass media  Awareness, raising Advocacy, Legislation etc.
Teacher: 1) Invite a guest speaker to give a talk on human trafficking prevention. (2) Constitutes mock courts where students try children and women traffickers.
Students: Listen to guest speaker, take notes and ask questions from the resource person and the teacher.
1) Posters
2) Video/film clips
3) Resource person and
4) Charts, etc.

WK 8. Harmful traditional practices I
Students should be able to:
1) explain the meaning of harmful traditional practices
2) describe types of harmful traditional practices in Nigeria.
1) Meaning of harmful traditional practices
2) Types of harmful traditional practices:  Use of Children for begging,  Child agric labour, Female circumcision, Early marriage etc.
Teacher: Guides students to explain harmful traditional practices (2) Acts as a facilitator and collates learning
experience. (3) Uses story telling to guide students to identify harmful traditional practices in Nigeria.
Students: Find out about harmful traditional practices in their
community from their parents and old people around them and report to class.

Teaching aids
Relevant literature/documents (e.g the
constitution international and legal agreement on human right.

WK 9. Harmful traditional practices III
Students should be able to:
state the social effects of harmful
traditional practices.

Content
1Consequences or effects of harmful
traditional practices:  Exploitation of
children,  Deprivation of schooling, Deprivation of sexual pleasure , VVF etc.
Teacher: Uses problem solving approach, mock courts and contrived situation to illustrate the consequences of harmful traditional
practices.
Students: Participate in discussion on
harmful traditional practices.

Teaching aids
Films and videos, Photographs, Posters, Charts.

WK 10. Harmful traditional practices III
Students should be able to:
suggest ways of preventing harmful
traditional practices in Nigeria/communities

Content
1) Preventive measures to eliminate harmful traditional practices.

Public enlightenment through the use of local languages, Consultation with
traditional institutions by government health officials, Legislation etc.
Teacher: Uses problem solving approach, mock courts and contrived situation to illustrate ways of eradicating harmful traditional
practices.
Students: (1) Participate in discussion on traditional harmful practices.
2) Actively discuss in problem-solving,
mock courts etc.

Teaching aids
Films and videos, Photographs, Posters, Charts, Students social
studies textbooks etc.

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