Nursery 2 Social Habits Scheme of Work

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About Social Habits Scheme of Work for Nursery 2

The NAPPS Nursery 2 Social Habits Scheme of Work was created to help young learners develop good social skills and behaviors that can promote positive interactions and relationships. This subject teaches children good manners, respect for others, cooperation, and effective communication.

In this subject, children are introduced to the importance of good manners, such as saying “please,” “thank you,” “excuse me,” and “sorry.” These are taught through role-playing, storytelling, and practical demonstrations that make it easy to understand and practice. 

They will also learn respect for others; where they will be shown how to interact better with their peers, share, take turns, and listen attentively. This will be taught using activities like group projects and games.

Another key topic children will learn in this subject is how to express their thoughts and feelings clearly, and how to listen and respond appropriately. This is very important as it will help children to be more respectful and understanding 

All these topics and more will enable these young learners to have a solid foundation in the social habits needed to interact positively with others and build strong relationships as they grow.

Nursery 2 First Term Scheme of Work for Social Habits

   
SourceNAPPS 
ClassNURSERY 2 
SubjectSOCIAL HABITS 
TermFIRST TERM 
WeekTopicTeachers ActivitiesPupil ActivitiesLearning Resources
1MY FAMILYi. The teacher gives the simple meaning of family.

ii. The teacher guides pupils to mention the members of a nuclear family and the position they hold in their respective families.
i. Pupils mention the members of a nuclear family and the position they hold in their respective familyCharts, Posters on family tree.
2MY FAMILYi. Teacher guides pupils to mention the members of their extended family and their names.

ii. Teacher guides pupils to make a family tree on a chart.
i. Pupils mention the members of their extended family and their names.

ii. Pupils make a family tree on a chart.
Charts, Posters on family tree.
3ROLES OF MEMBERS OF THE FAMILYi. Teacher discusses the roles of the Father, Mother, and Children.

ii. The teacher guides the pupils to mention the roles of their parents.

iii. The teacher guides pupils to describe and demonstrate their roles in their families.
i. Pupils mention the roles of their parents and demonstrate or describe their roles as children in their family and at home.Charts, Posters on family tree.
4ACTIVITIES AT HOME AND IN SCHOOLi. The teacher guides the pupils to discuss the various activities carried out at home and in the school.

ii. The teacher guides the pupils to mention their daily activities at home and in school.

The teacher guides the pupils to demonstrate how to listen and carry out given instructions.
i. Pupils discuss various activities carried out at home and in the school.

ii. Pupils mention their daily activities at home and in the school.

iii. Pupils practice listening to and carrying out instructions accurately.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
5ADVANTAGES OF LIVING TOGETHER AS A FAMILYi. The teacher explains the concept of living together as a family and guides the pupils to list things they do as a family in their homesi. Pupils list things they do as a family in their homes.Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
6GREETINGS ON SPECIAL OCCASIONSi. The teacher describes other forms of greetings and compliments to the pupils e.g. Good morning etc.

ii. The teacher guides the pupils to greet one another during festivities e.g. Christmas, Ed-El-Fitri.

iii. The teacher guides pupils to role-play how to greet in their local languages.
i. Pupils learn to appropriately greet one another during festivities,

ii. Pupils learn to pass appropriate complimentary remarks to others and greet them in their local languages.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
7CEREMONIES IN OUR CULTURE (MARRIAGE)i. The teacher gives simple meanings for marriage.

ii. The teacher guides pupils to discuss the types of marriage ceremonies; Pupils describe the marriage ceremony they have attended and the activities involved.

iii. The teacher guides the pupils to role-play activities involved in a marriage ceremony.
i. Pupils discuss the types of marriage ceremonies;

ii. Pupils describe the marriage ceremony they have attended and the activities involved.

iii. Pupils participate in role-play activities involved in a marriage ceremony.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
8CEREMONIES IN OUR CULTURE (NAMING CEREMONY)i. The teacher gives simple meaning for the Naming Ceremony.

ii. Teacher guides Pupils to discuss the types of naming ceremonies; Pupils describe the naming ceremony they have attended and the activities involved.

iii. The teacher guides the pupils to find out other names given to them at their naming ceremonies.
i. Pupils discuss the types of naming ceremony;

ii. Pupils describe the naming ceremony they have attended and the activities involved.

iii. Pupils mention other names given to them at their naming ceremonies.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
9CEREMONIES IN OUR CULTURE (FESTIVALS)i. The teacher gives simple meaning to the Festival.

ii. The teacher guides pupils to discuss the types of festivals; Pupils describe the Festivals they have attended and the activities involved.

iii. The teacher guides the pupils to role-play activities involved in a Festival.
i. Pupils discuss the types of Festival;

ii. Pupils describe the Festivals they have attended and the activities involved.

iii. Pupils participate in role-play activities involved in a Festival.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
10PLACES IN THE HOUSEi. The teacher gives the simple meaning of a house with pictorial examples.

ii. The teacher guides pupils to discuss the difference between a big house and a small house.

iii. The teacher guides the pupils to describe the various rooms found in a house and their purposes.
i. Pupils discuss the difference between a big house and a small house.

ii. Pupils describe the various rooms found in a house and their purposes.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
11REVISION   
12EXAMINATION   

Nursery 2 Second Term Scheme of Work for Social Habits

   
TermSecond Term 
WeekTopicTeachers ActivitiesPupil ActivitiesLearning Resources
1REVISION   
2TRADITIONAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSi. The teacher briefly explains the meaning of traditional musical instruments.

ii. The teacher guides pupils to mention some traditional musical instruments.

iii. The teacher guides the pupils to discuss how these traditional instruments are made and used, with the aid of videos and audio.
i. Pupils mention some traditional musical instruments.

ii. Pupils discuss how these traditional instruments are made and used.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
3TRADITIONAL RULERS AND FESTIVALi. The teacher gives a simple explanation of various traditional festivals and rules.

ii. Teacher guides the Pupils to discuss the role of traditional rulers in Nigeria.

iii. The teacher guides pupils to participate in cultural dance activities to display their cultural heritage and mention the names of traditional rulers.
i. Pupils mention some traditional musical instruments.

ii. Pupils discuss how these traditional instruments are made and used.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
4PEOPLE IN OUR COUNTRYi. Teacher guides Pupils to discuss the various ethnic groups in Nigeria and their way of life.

ii. The teacher guides pupils to describe the way they dress in their state and mention their native food.
i. Pupils discuss the various ethnic groups in Nigeria and their way of life.

ii. Pupils describe the way they dress in their state and mention their native food.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
5SOCIAL DUTIES (COMMUNITY HELPERS)i. The teacher explains who community helpers are.

ii. The teacher guides the pupils to mention various community helpers and their roles. Pupils are taught how to appreciate community helpers.
i. Pupils mention various community helpers and their roles.

ii. Pupils learn to appreciate community helpers.

iii. Pupils are guided to mention who they would like to be when they grow up.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
6MY SCHOOL (PEOPLE IN THE SCHOOL)i. The teacher discusses the schedules or roles of everyone in the school.

ii. The teacher guides the pupils to mention other people in the school apart from their class teachers and describe their roles and duties.
i. Pupils mention other people in the school apart from their class teachers and describe their roles and duties.Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
7ACTIVITIES IN THE SCHOOLi. The teacher guides the pupils to discuss the activities done in the school. Pupils describe what they enjoy doing in the school.i. Pupils discuss the activities done on the school premises.

ii. Pupils describe what they enjoy doing in the school.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
8VALUES (HONESTY AND TRUSTWORTHINESS )i. The teacher gives a simple explanation of what honesty is and its reward.

ii. The teacher guides the Pupils to explain what being trustworthy means and how others trust.

iii. Teacher guides pupils to role-play how to be honest and trustworthy to encourage effective learning and active participation.
i. Pupils explain what being trustworthy means and how to gain others’ trust.

ii. Pupils role-play how to be honest and trustworthy.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
9VALUES (RESPONSIBILITY AND TOLERANCE)i. The teacher guides pupils to discuss what responsibility and tolerance are and ways to be responsible and tolerant towards others.

iii. The teacher guides the pupils to discuss the benefits of being a peacemaker and various ways of making peace.
i. Pupils discuss what responsibility and tolerance are and ways to be responsible and tolerant towards others.

ii. Pupils discuss the benefits of being a peacemaker and various ways of making peace.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
10VALUES (RESPONSIBILITY & TOLERANCE)i. Teacher guides pupils to role play on how to be responsible to others and make peace with others.i. Pupils to role play on how to be responsible to others and make peace with others.Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
11REVISION   
12EXAMINATION   

Nursery 2 Third Term Scheme of Work for Social Habits

   
TermThird Term 
WeekTopicTeachers ActivitiesPupil ActivitiesLearning Resources
1REVISION   
2OUR ENVIRONMENTi. The teacher guides pupils to explain the meaning and importance of the environment.

ii. The teacher guides the pupils to differentiate between a dirty environment and a clean environment using pictures and states the advantages of a clean environment.
i. Pupils explain the meaning and importance of the environment.

ii. Pupils differentiate between a dirty environment and a clean environment using pictures and state the advantages of a clean environment.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
3OUR ENVIRONMENTi. Teacher guides pupils to mention ways of taking care of their environment and discuss how to keep the environment clean at all times.i. Pupils mention ways of taking care of their environment and discuss how to keep the environment clean at all times.Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
4GOOD MANNERSi. The teacher guides pupils to discuss good manners, stating examples of good manners and demonstrating them.

ii. The teacher guides pupils to sing songs and rhymes on Good Manners.
i. Pupils discuss good manners, stating examples of good manners and demonstrating them.

ii. Pupils sing songs and rhymes on Good Manners.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
5GENDER FAIRNESSi. The teacher guides pupils to discuss the following;
– Gender,
– Fairness, and
– Gender fairness.

ii. Teacher guides Pupils to discuss the need to treat each other fairly and respect each other’s gender.

iii. The teacher guides the pupils to differentiate between fair and Unfair treatment encouraging them to choose fairness at all times.
i. Pupils discuss the following;
– Gender,
– Fairness, and
-Gender fairness.

ii. Pupils discuss the need to treat each other fairly and respect each other’s gender.

iii. Pupils differentiate between fair and Unfair treatment encouraging them to choose fairness at all times.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
6HELPING OTHERSi. The teacher guides pupils to explain the values attached to helping others.

ii. The teacher demonstrates how to render help to others guiding pupils to do the same. Pupils are encouraged to always help their parents, elders, siblings, friends, etc.
i. Pupils explain the values attached to helping others.

ii. Pupils demonstrate how to render help to others.

iii. Pupils encourage themselves to always help their parents, elders, siblings, friends, etc.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
7PEOPLE AND THEIR PROFESSIONSi. The teacher explains the profession and guides pupils to mention different professions, where they work, and what they do.

ii. The teacher guides pupils to state what they would like to do (Profession) when they grow older.
i. Pupils mention different professions, where they work, and what they do.

ii. Pupils state what they would like to do (Profession) when they grow older.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
8TRANSPORTATION IN MY NEIGHBORHOODi. The teacher explains the concept of transportation.

ii. The teacher guides the pupils to differentiate between traditional and modern means of transportation
i. Pupils discuss the concept of transportation.

ii. Pupils differentiate between the traditional and modern means of transportation.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
9MEANS OF TRANSPORTATIONi. The teacher describes the following means of transportation with examples; Transportation by Land, Air, and Water.

ii. The teacher guides the pupils to differentiate between the means of transportation and list their most preferred and most used means.
i. Pupils differentiate between the means of transportation and list their most preferred and most used means.Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
10OUR COUNTRYi. The teacher leads the pupils to recite the National Anthem and Pledge.

ii. The teacher draws the Nigerian Flag Colours and discusses what the colors stand for.

iii. The teacher guides the pupils to mention the number of states in Nigeria and their state of Origin.
i. Pupils recite the National Anthem and Pledge.

ii. Pupils discuss the national flag and what the colors stand for.

iii. Pupils mention the number of states in Nigeria and their state of Origin.
Chart, Posters, Videos and Audio.
11REVISION   
12EXAMINATION   

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