Harmful substances are food, water, fruits or drugs that are unfit for human consumption. Harmful substances are also contaminated food, drinks and drugs that destroy the body.
Examples of Harmful Substances Stale Food: The food which has lost its freshness or becomes old and dry.
Poorly Cooked Foods: The food that is not properly or well cooked.
ACCIDENTS IN THE SCHOOL. DEFINITION OF ACCIDENT. Accident is a harmful in nature. Accident is also unfortunate and unexpected event that destroys lives and property.
GENDER AND STEREOTYPES. MEANING AND EXAMPLES OF GENDER STEREOTYPES
Gender stereotypes refer to forcing people into role based on gender. When people break these stereotypes, they are sometimes forced by their culture to accept them or be ostracized by their communities.
MEANING AND EXAMPLES OF GENDER ROLES. Gender roles refer to the behaviours considered appropriate for males or females in a culture or society. Gender roles are taught from the birth to death.
(2) Meaning of Gender
(3) Gender Similarities
(4) Gender Differences – Male Gender and Female Gender
FAMILY BOND AND COHESION It is love that binds members of the family together.
Members of the family should live in unity and love one another.
The husband should love the wife and the children and the wife is expected to submit totally to the husband.
The parents should show love and affection to their children while children should love and respect their parents.
There is cooperation in the family.
FAMILY AS THE BASIC UNIT OF SOCIETY Family refers to those who are related by blood, marriage or law. The family is the smallest social unit of a society, it is the part through which a child comes into the world. A family is formed when a man and a woman through marriage agree to live together as husband and wife.
(1) MEANING OF MARRIAGE
(2) TYPES OF MARRIAGE
(3) PURPOSES OF MARRIAGE
(4) CONDITIONS FOR MARRIAGE
(5) EFFECTS OF LACK OF READINESS IN MARRIAGE RELATIONSHIP
(6) CHALLENGES OR PROBLEMS IN MARRIAGE
(7) SOLUTIONS TO MARITAL CHALLENGES
THE NAMES WE CALL GOD IN DIFFERENT COMMUNITIES IN NIGERIA. The Yorubas call God Olodumare or Olorun.
The Igbos call God Chineke or Chukwu.
The Edo people call God Osanobwa. The Hausa/Fulani call God Allah or Ubangidi.
The Efik people call God Abasi or Edidem.
Social Studies. Religion is the belief in the worship of God. It can also be defined as is the belief in the existence of a supreme being called God who created the entire universe including plants, animals and human beings.
MEANING OF VALUES. Value is the acceptable way of living considered as normal by a particular group of people. Values are also defined as the degree of importance an individual attaches to a particular thing. Values also mean the worth of a particular thing in monetary terms. Value refers to what a society regards as very important and is held in high esteem.
The relationships between organisms in a given ecosystem is primarily a feeding one.
Organisms in a particular habitat have different feeding levels referred to as trophic levels.
There are two main trophic levels: Producers:
These organisms that occupy the first trophic level.
They manufacture their own food hence are autotrophic. Consumers:
These are the organisms that feed on organic substances manufactured by green plants.
The community and the abiotic or non-living environment together make up an ecosystem or ecological system.
In this system energy flow is clearly defined from producers to consumers and nutrient cycling takes place in paths that links all the organisms and the non-living environment.
SCHEME OF WORK FOR SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 3,
1 Trafficking in children and women
Factors responsible for children and women trafficking
Consequences of trafficking
Possible ways of preventing human trafficking
2. HARMFUL TRADITIONAL PRACTICES
Types of harmful traditional practices in Nigeria
Measures of preventing harmful traditional practices
SCHEME OF WORK FOR SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 2
1. TYPE/CHARACTERISTICS OF SOCIAL GROUP
Primary social group
Types of group behavior
Benefits of group behavior
SCHEME OF WORK FOR SOCIAL STUDIES JSS1.
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.
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