SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 2 FIRST TERM

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SOCIAL STUDIES
JSS 2 FIRST TERM


WEEK
TOPIC/ CONTENT
ACTIVITIES
1
GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF SOCIAL STUDIES:            
Objectives
of social studies:

Developing the ability to adapt to changing environment.
 – Inculcate national consciousness and
National unity

Becoming good citizen

Inculcate right values and attitudes
Teacher:
Lead students to identify the general objectives of social studies. Active
participation by the students. List of general objective on cardboard paper.
2
FAMILY BOND AND LIVING TOGETHER AS ONE FAMILY
Advantages
of living together as one family

Protection                                       

Happiness                                     

Unity                                                           

Education of children

Maintaining good family name and Reputation.                          
           
Teacher:
Explanation of the advantages of living together as one family Active
participation by the students with 
contributions.         
Pictures
of happy moments of people living together as one. List of advantages of
living together as one on a cardboard paper.        
3
FAMILY BOND AND LIVING
TOGETHER AS
ONE FAMILY
Meaning
of family bond.                                 
Teacher:
Ask questions on real life situations.
Students
participates by asking and answering questions, demonstrate
family
bond.                                           Learners.
4
FAMILY BOND AND LIVING
TOGETHER AS
ONE FAMILY
Importance
of good family reputation.

Good name                                    

Respect for each other                
Teacher:
Explain and discuss the importance of good family reputation.
Active
participation by students.
Use
cardboard to write out the importance of good family reputation.
5
PURPOSE OF MARRIAGE
Definition
and types of marriage                                                       
Teacher:
Explanation and identification of marriage and types of marriage.
Students
participate actively by contributing. Use marriage pictures, charts, etc.
6
PURPOSE OF MARRIAGE
Purpose
of marriage:                      
i.
Procreation                                        
ii.
Satisfying economic and social
needs,
etc.                            
Teacher:
Discuss on the purpose of marriage while students make contributions by
giving       practical examples.                 
Cut
outs of cardboard        
identifying
the purpose of marriage.
7
PURPOSE OF MARRIAGE          

Sexual satisfaction                            

Growth in mutual love, etc.                                                  
Explanation
of purpose of marriage while the students participate actively. Cut outs of
purpose of marriage using card board paper.                
8
READINESS IN MARRIAGE
Conditions
for marriage:                

Physiological fitness                    

psychological fitness       
       
Teacher:
Discuss conditions for
marriage
withlearners.
Active
participation by students
through
role play.                
9
READINESS IN MARRIAGE
Conditions
for marriage                 

Social stability                               

Financial readiness         
       
Teacher:
Discuss conditions of marriage. Allow
participation
of students.               
Use
cardboard.
10
READINESS IN MARRIAGE
Effects
of lack of readiness on
marriage
relationship.                    

Constant fight                               

Instability                                        

Divorce and broken home.         
Teacher:
Discussion on the effect of
lack
of readiness.
Active
participation by the
students
Learners (Role play)      
11
POSITIVE GROUP BEHAVIOUR
Types
of group behaviour:

Mass action

Communal labour

Protest march        
           
Teacher:
Explanation of types of group
behaviour.
Active participation of
students.                                           
Use
cardboard paper to write out types
of group
behaviour
12
POSITIVE GROUP BEHAVIOUR    
Types
of group behaviour:

Participation in a fight

Acting patriotically                        
Teacher:
Explain and discuss types of
Groupbehaviour
with concrete
examples.
Use
cardboard paper to outline types
of
group behaviour.
13
Revision
Revision
14
Examination
Examination

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