Term: 3rd Term
Class: Primary 6
Age: 11 years
Duration: 40 minutes of 3 periods
Subject: National Values Education
Topic: Economic crime
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES: Identification, explanation, playway method, questions and answers, demonstration, videos from source
PERIOD 1: Economic crime
The Teacher Revises the previous Topic On Punishment for Crimes.
Pupils pay attention
She Defines Economic Crime as illegal acts committed by an individual or a group of individuals to obtain a financial or professional advantage. It is also known as financial crimes. The Principal motive in such crimes is economic gain.
Pupils pay attention and participates
She gives Examples of Financial Crimes
1. Identity Theft- This happens when an individual’s personal data is used fraudulently by someone else for economic gain. Most often the thief obtains information like the victim name, address, phone numbers, and banking information. They may gain access to this data online, from your discarded mail or even from someone you’ve done business with.
2. Tax Fraud- Tax crimes are perpetrated on a regular basis by wealthy individuals. This occurs when someone willfully attempts to defraud the IRS by paying fewer taxes than they should pay.
3. Health Care Crimes- This occur when an Entity abuses the health care insurance system for financial gain. This crime could be committed by health care provider, business, or individual.
4. Schemes and Scams- This crime include pleas to send money either as an investment into a business, product, or relationship. The victim send the money and suddenly he is scam with no way to get the money.
5. Cybercrime- This involve a criminal hacking into databases, steal information and then blackmail the person or business into giving them money for the data. Criminals can also steal people’s financial information, hacking into their accounts and using the web in other nefarious ways.
Pupils pay attention and participate
The teacher writes a short note on the board
The pupils write the notes in their books
Economic Crime are illegal acts committed by an individual or a group of individuals to obtain a financial or professional advantage. It is also known as financial crimes. The Principal motive in such crimes is economic gain.
Examples of Financial Crimes
EVALUATION: 1. Explain Economic Crime
CLASSWORK: As in evaluation
CONCLUSION: The teacher commends the pupils positively
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