• Class: Primary 6
  • Term: 2nd Term
  • Week: 9
  • Age: 12 years
  • Period:
  • Duration: 40 minutes
  • Date:
  • Subject: National Values Education
  • Curriculum Theme: Security Education
  • Topic: Personal Security Management

Content:

  • Management of tourist areas such as national parks and museums.

Specific Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  • Cognitive domain: Define tourist areas and list examples.
  • Affective domain: Express the importance of securing and maintaining tourist areas.
  • Psychomotor domain: Demonstrate understanding through discussions.
  • Social Domain: Collaborate in discussing the role of individuals in securing tourist areas.

Reference Materials:

  • 9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum
  • Abuja Educational Resource Centre Scheme of work
  • NAPPS National Unified Scheme of Work
  • Online Information
  • Textbooks

Instructional Materials:

  • Pictures of tourist areas
  • Charts or flashcards with reasons for securing tourist areas
  • Worksheets for pupils
  • Whiteboard and markers
  • Textbooks

Rationale for the Lesson:
Understanding how to manage and secure tourist areas is crucial for preserving national heritage and attracting global interest.

Prerequisite/Previous Knowledge:
Pupils are expected to have basic knowledge about national parks and museums.

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES:

Content Development: Personal Security Management

ContentTimeTeaching MethodTeaching StrategyTeachers ActivityPupils ActivityLearning Point
1. Introduction5 minsQuestion and AnswerSet Induction– The teacher introduces the topic and asks pupils if the have visited a Park, Museum or zoo and ask what they saw there,– Pupils respond to the question.-Identification of prior knowledge.
2. Definition of Tourist Areas7 minsExplanationPlanned repetition– The teacher explains the meaning of tourist areas and provides examples.– Pupils listen and repeat after the teacher.Understanding the concept of tourist areas.
3. Importance of Securing Tourist Areas7 minsDiscussionExplanation– The teacher leads a discussion on the reasons why tourist areas need to be secured and maintained.– Pupils actively participate in the discussion..Understanding maintenance and security importance.
4. Unique security challenges8 minsDiscussionGroup Activity– The teacher divides pupils into groups and assigns each group a tourist area to discuss its unique security challenges.– Pupils work in groups to discuss and present their findings.Development of collaborative skills and ideas.
5. Note Taking6 minsNote TakingGuided Note Taking – The teacher provides a note summarizing the key points about tourist areas and the importance of securing them.– Pupils copy the note into their notebooks.Documentation of key information.
6. Evaluation5 minsQuestion and Answer– The teacher asks questions to evaluate pupils’ comprehension of the topic.– Pupils respond to the teacher’s questions.Assessment of understanding.
7. Conclusion2 minsRecap– The teacher summarizes the key points of the lesson and emphasizes the need for individual responsibility in securing tourist areas.– Pupils pay attention and ask questions for clarification.Need for individual responsibility in securing tourist areas.

Classroom Note:

Tourist Areas

Tourist areas are places that attract visitors due to their cultural, historical, or natural significance.

Examples includes: National parks, museums, historical sites.

Importance of Securing & Maintaining Tourist Areas

  1. Preservation of Cultural Heritage: Securing tourist areas preserves cultural artifacts, traditions, and historical sites for future generations.
  2. Economic Growth: Secure and maintained tourist areas contribute to the local and national economy by attracting visitors, creating jobs, and generating revenue.
  3. Environmental Conservation: Security measures protect the natural environment, preserving biodiversity and preventing ecological damage.
  4. Promotion of National Identity: Tourist areas showcase unique aspects of a nation’s identity, promoting and celebrating national identity.
  5. Global Recognition: Secure and maintained tourist areas gain global recognition, attracting international tourists and researchers, contributing to a positive global image.
  6. Educational Opportunities: Tourist areas serve as educational resources, offering opportunities for learning about history, culture, and the environment.
  7. Community Development: Well-secured tourist areas lead to improved infrastructure, services, and overall development in surrounding communities.
  8. Cultural Exchange: Tourist areas facilitate cultural exchange, providing a platform for interaction between locals and visitors, fostering understanding between different cultures.
  9. Recreation and Well-being: Secure tourist areas offer recreational spaces, contributing to the well-being and quality of life of the community.
  10. International Collaboration: Secure and maintained tourist destinations encourage international collaboration and partnerships for cultural and historical preservation.
  11. Tourist Satisfaction: Security measures enhance the overall experience for visitors, leading to higher satisfaction levels and increased likelihood of return visits.
  12. Sustainable Tourism: Security practices contribute to the sustainability of tourism by minimizing the impact on the environment, culture, and communities.

Evaluation:

  1. Define tourist areas and give examples.
  2. Why is it important to secure and maintain tourist areas?
  3. Discuss the security challenges of a tourist area assigned to your group.

Note to Teachers:
Customize the lesson content, teaching methods, and pupil activities to suit your teaching style, curriculum, and available resources. Emphasize the importance of individual responsibility in securing national heritage.

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Last Update: January 21, 2024