SUBJECT: PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION
TERM: 1ST TERM
CLASS: PRIMARY 5
TOPIC: School Health Programme
Behavioral objectives: At the end of the lessons, the pupils should be able to 1�
Different kind of Charts and references materials�
Scheme of work�
And other relevant materials
6 years basic Education curriculum
Building background connection to prior knowledge: pupils are familiar with the topic in their previous classes
Meaning of School Health Programme
Like the home, the school compound must be kept clean always. This is important because, with many pupils around, germs can spread very rapidly once a pupil is infected. Every pupil must take part in cleaning the school compound.
You must help to cut the grass low regularly. You must help to pick up pieces of papers, leaves and sticks from the school compound and put them in the school incinerator for burning.
You should also help to pick out broken bottles, glasses, plates, pieces of iron and other dangerous instruments from the rubbish pile and bury them.
School Health Programme Components
You must keep the classroom clean. You must scrub the floor once a week. the floor must be kept dry. You must dust the furniture, the wall pictures, the walls and ceiling.
You must not spit about in the classroom or in the compound. If you do, you may be spreading diseases to others.
You must not buy food from food hawkers. The food might have been contaminated by flies or by other people whose hands are dirty. If you want to buy food, you should buy from the person who has been authorised by your school to sell food to pupils in the compound.�
You must always eat with clean hands. After doing some work, you must always wash your hands before you go into your classroom to continue your lessons.
Assessment and evaluation
Teacher asks questions from pupils based on the topic�
Wrap up and conclusions
Teacher goes over the topic for better understanding.
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