Social Studies Scheme of Work for JSS Junior Secondary School in Nigeria

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Scheme of Work on SOS for Junior Secondary School

Social Studies Scheme of Work JSS1 First Term

List of topic
History of Nigerian social studies education
Meaning, scope and Nature of Social Studies.
Importance of Social Studies
Family as a primary social group.
Roles and responsibilities of members of a family as a primary social group in the community.
The Family
The consequences of large/small family size.I
The consequences of large/small family size II
The consequences of large/small family size III
Consequences of large/small family size.IV

Social Studies scheme of work JSS2 Second Term

List of topic
Group Behaviour III
Drug Abuse I
Drug Abuse II
Drug Abuse III
Drug Abuse IV
Drug Abuse VI
Harmful Substances I
Harmful Substances II
Drug Trafficking I
Drug Trafficking II

JSS3 Social Studies Scheme of Work Third Term

List of Topic
Positive group behaviour I
Positive group behaviour.II
Group behaviour III
Purposes of marriage

Social Studies Scheme of Work for Junior Secondary School

Below is first Term week 1-6 SOS Scheme of work for Junior Secondary School JSS 3.
SOS teacher can teach with this, while student used it to study and read ahead.

WEEK TOPIC PERFORMANCE

OBJECTIVE

CONTENT TEACHER
1 History of Nigerian social studies education Students should be able to:

1. explain the history of Nigerian Social Studies.

1. History Of Nigerian Education.- First conceived in the United State and later spread to Europe.

After the world wars, it was Identified as a course that Is relevant to the Understanding of man and his problems.

Conferences were held to spread it in Africa, i.e. Mombasa conference in Kenya.

Back Home In Nigeria, the Aiyetoro Comprehensive High School Pilot study and project with the assistance of ford foundation

Former twelve states of Nigeria went further to organize activities to promote social study in their educational institution and schools.

In further development of the subjects, many seminars and workshops have been organized by such bodies as the NERDC and Social Study Association of Nigeria (SOSAN) and others.

Today social studies is taught in the primary school, junior secondary schools, NTI, Grade II Teachers Certificates, Colleges of Education and Universities. One can obtain PhD in Social Studies.

Lead students to discuss the history of Nigeria Social Studies Education.
2 Meaning, scope and Nature of Social Studies. Students should be able to:

define Social Studies.

explain the scope and nature of social studies

Meaning of social studies

Study of man and his environment

Social Studies is a nation of many subjects, it comprises subjects like, Economics, Sociology, Geography, Political science, Religious history, Anthropology, Psychology and Technology.

Social studies is an integrated and unified course or subject which draws its ingredients mostly from the disciplines of social sciences. It studies how man live among other human being in a society.

Guides students to a discussion on the meaning of Social Studies.

Explains the Scope and nature of Social Studies.

3 Importance of Social Studies Students should be able to: state the importance of Social Studies. 1. Importance of Social Studies.

It helps man live in peace with his neighbor.

It teaches us to be law abiding citizens in the society.

It teaches us on how to be hard working and honest people.

Enables us to understand our environment.

1. Leads students to state the importance of social studies.
4 Family as a primary social group. Students should be able to:

give a simple meaning of primary social group.

explain what makes the family a social group.

Meaning of primary social group. It is a group that is made up of only few people. Since the members are not many they tend to know themselves very well; and they have face to face relationship with one another.

What makes the family group.

It is the primary unit of socialization because socialization begins from family.

All existing human beings belong to one family or the other, no man is an island of his own.

All societies develop from the family which is the smallest unit in the society.

Guides students to give the meaning of primary social group.

Engage the students in questioning and discussion on what makes the family a primary group.

5 Roles and responsibilities of members of a family as a primary social group in the community. Students should be able to: state the roles and responsibilities of members of a family. The roles and responsibilities of members of a family as a primary social group.

Get members to work for the growth of the community.

Work as adult members to contribute to the economy.

Play key roles in population growth, especially the father and mother.

Play active role in political affairs i.e. registering and voting etc.

Invite some parents and teachers to give talks on their role and

responsibilities of family members as a primary social group.

6 The Family Students should be able to:

define family

list the type’s family.

relationship that can be found in a family

Term / meaning.

Definition or meaning of family.

A family is a group of people who are closely related by blood, marriage or adoption.

Types of Family

There are two types of family.

Nuclear family and

Extended family.

Nuclear family is a simple family, made up of parents and their children. Members include husband, wife or wives and their children.

The extended family is a family that is made up of the father, mother and children as well as other relations such as uncles, aunts, cousins, nephew, grandparents etc.

Leads a discussion on the meaning of family.

Guides the students to list the two types of family.

7 The

consequences of large/small family size.

I

Students should be able to: describe the characteristics of large family size Characteristics of large family size – Father, mother and many children. Illustrates the characteristic of large family size with posters, pictures and charts.
8 The

consequences of large/small family size II

Students should be able to: explain the characteristics of small family size. Characteristics of small family size

Father, mother and very few children.

Uses case studies to explain the

characteristic of small family size.

9 The

consequences of large/small family size III

Students should be able to: explain the consequences of family size on the quality of individual lives. Consequences of family size on:

Quality of individual lives.

Uses of case studies to explain the consequences of family size on the quality of individual lives.
10 Consequences of large/small family size.

IV

Students should be able to: explain the consequences of family size on the national economy. Consequences of family size on the national economy. Guides students to explain the consequences of family size on the national economy.

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