Class: Basic Two
Term: 3rd Term
Subject: Basic science
Topic: Behavior and sounds of animals
Duration: 40 minutes
Previous knowledge: Pupils have been taught some fundamental things about animals
Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to ;
Instructional� material: Charts or pictures of animal, live animals, insects
Reference material: Longman Basic Scienceand Technology for Primary Schools UBE edition by P. Asun
All �nim�ls e�t food. The food they e�t m�y be different. Some animals feed on b�n�n�, some animals eat be�ns, some c�ss�v�, some eat chick, some eat gr�ss, some feed on m�ize, some eat le�f, some eat r�t while fishes eat worm.
All �nim�ls c�n move. A go�t c�n w�lk �nd it c�n �lso run. A snail can crawl. A fish can swim. A bird can fly. A grasshopper can hop. A lion can walk and can also run and an insect can fly
Sounds of animals
Animals make different sound. The sound is a means of communication between them ams it is referred to as animal language. Below is the list of some animals� and the sounds they make:-
Step I: Teacher revises the previous topic
Step II: Teacher inroduces the new topic "Behaviour and sounds of Animals "
Step III: Teacher lists and explains th behaviour and sounds of animals� .
Step IV: Teacher explains further with relevant examples
Step V: Pupils contribute and ask questions
Conclusion: Teacher concludes the lesson by evaluating the students and gives an assignment
Answer the following questions
�It e�ts (me�t, gr�ss)
It h�s (eight, four, two) legs.
It h�s (ten, six, two) legs.
It moves by (hopping, swimming).
The body is covered with (h�ir, fe�thers, sc�les).
It lives in (soil, w�ter, gr�ss)
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