Term: 1st Term

Week: 1

Class: Basic 2

Age: 8 years

Duration: 45 minutes

Date:

Curriculum Theme: Security Education 

Subject: National Value Education 

Topic: Danger And Insecurity 

Content : The concept of danger and insecurity 


Specific Objectives:

  1. Explain the meaning of danger and insecurity.
  2. Cite general examples of danger and insecurity.
  3. Explain danger and insecurity as a threat to human life and peace.

Prerequisite/Previous Knowledge: Basic understanding of personal safety and the ability to listen and engage in class discussions.

Instructional Materials:

  • Whiteboard and markers
  • Pictures illustrating danger and insecurity
  • Flashcards with relevant vocabulary
  • Storybook with examples
  • Chart paper

Rationale: This lesson introduces Primary 2 pupils to the concept of danger and insecurity, building upon their basic understanding of personal safety and encouraging active participation in class discussions.


INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES

ContentTimeTeaching MethodTeacher’s Points/ActivitiesPupils’ Activities
Introduction (Step 1)5 minDiscussion– Greet the class and introduce the topic.
-Ask pupils if they know what danger and insecurity are.
-Explain that danger means something that can harm us, while insecurity means not feeling safe or sure.
– Listen and pay attention.
-Raise hands to respond.
-Repeat after the teacher.
Examples (Step 2)10 minStorytelling– Show pictures and tell a story about danger and insecurity.
-Ask pupils to provide other examples they can think of.
-Write down some examples on the whiteboard.
– Watch the pictures and listen to the story.
-Share their ideas with the class.
-Pay attention and take notes.
Discussion (Step 3)15 minGroup Discussion– Divide pupils into groups and give each group a scenario.
-Ask each group to discuss whether the scenario represents danger or insecurity.
-Facilitate a class discussion on their findings.
– Work in groups to discuss the scenario.
-Share their group’s thoughts with the class.
-Participate in the discussion.
Conclusion
Step 4
5 minRecap and Q&A– Summarize the lesson by emphasizing that danger and insecurity can threaten our safety and peace.– Listen and engage in Q&A.
Evaluation
Step 5
5 minQuestion and Answer– Ask pupils questions related to the lesson objectives.– Respond to questions.
Note Copying
Step 6
5 minWriting – Provide a brief summary of the lesson for pupils to copy into their notebooks.– Copy the notes neatly.

Note:

What is Danger?

Danger means something that can hurt us or cause harm. It’s like a warning that tells us to be careful to stay safe. For example, crossing a busy road without looking for cars is a danger because it can lead to accidents. 

What is Insecurity?

Insecurity means not feeling safe or sure about something. It’s when you feel worried or scared because you’re not protected or you don’t know what might happen. For instance, if you’re alone in a dark room, you might feel insecurity because you’re not sure what’s around you.

Evaluation:

  1. What is the meaning of danger?
  2. Explain insecurity in your own words.
  3. Give an example of danger you might encounter at home.
  4. Why is it important to be aware of danger and insecurity?

Teaching Aids:

  • Pictures of danger and insecurity
  • Flashcards with vocabulary words
  • Storybook with examples
  • Chart paper for group discussion
  • Whiteboard and markers

Note to Teachers:
Please note that the actual content of the lesson, teaching methods, and pupil activities may vary based on your specific teaching style and curriculum or resources. Feel free to customize the lesson note to fit your needs.

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Last Update: September 5, 2023