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SCHEME OF WORK FOR SOCIAL STUDIES JSS1

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FIRST TERM

1. Meaning, Scope and Nature of Social Studies.
2. Objectives & Importance of Social Studies.
3. Physical Environment: Meaning, Types and Features.
4. Resources in Our Environment and their Uses.
5. Environmental Problem, Causes, Effects and Solutions.
6. Social Environment: Meaning and Types; Primary and Group (Family) Types; Role and Responsibilities of Members.
7. Secondary Social Group: types, Structure, Roles and Responsibilities of Members.
8. Conflict Within Social Group:
Causes, Effect and Steps In Conflict Resolution.
9. Influence of Man in the Environment
10. Accidents in the Home and School. Needs for Safety.
11. Accidents in the Home and School: Measures for Safety in the Home, School, Workplace and the Environment.

 

SECOND TERM

1. Revision of Last Term’s Work
2. Socialization
Meaning, Significance & Processes.
3. Agents of Socialization and Effects of Socialization.
4. Culture: Meaning, Components & Features.
5. Culture Features of Culture
6. Cultural Similarities Among Nigerians
7. Cultural Differences Among Nigerians
8. Uniqueness of Nigerian Culture
9. Revision.

 

THIRD TERM

1. Revision of Last Term’s Work
2. Social Issues and Problems Examination; Meaning and causes
3. Social Issues and Problems; Effects and Solution
4. Cultism. Meaning, Causes, Effects and Solution.
5. HIV/AID Meaning, Causes, Effects and Prevention.
6. Problems Associated with Contemporary Social Problems in
Nigeria: Individual, Family, Nation.
7. Problems Associated with Contemporary Social Problems in
Nigeria: Individual, Family, Nation.
8. Measures of Solving Contemporary Social Problems.
9. National Unity and Integration: Meaning, Needs and
Importance.
10. National Unity and Integration; Meaning, Needs and
Importance.

 

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