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Lagos State Unified BST Schemes of Work. Primary 1 Basic Science and Technology Scheme of work. BST Syllabus – Schemeofwork.com

BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PRIMARY 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK 1

TOPIC: Revision of Basic 3 work

WEEK

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

TOPIC

LIVING THINGS I

  • Meaning of living things
  • Living things in the school environment

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson,, pupils should be able to:

i. Explain living things as things that have can breathe, eat, move, reproduce etc.;

ii. Analyze examples of living things;

iii Identify living things in the school environment.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupil s, demonstrate what they can do e.g. breathe, cat, move etc.
  • Because they have life.
  • Individual pupil, identify themselves as living things.
  • Pupils compare themselves with an object in other to get examples of living things.
  • Pupils in small groups, move around the school to identify living things.

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • 3/4Critical thinking and problem solving.
  • 3/4 Communication and collaboration   
  • 3/4 Leadership and personal development

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio- visual resources Plant, dull, insects etc.
    Charts to show living things in the school environment

WEEK 2

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

LIVING THINGS i

  • Energy I:
    Meaning and Uses of energy

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson, pupils
should be able to:

i) Explain the Meaning of Energy

ii) List things energy can be used for

iii) Describe types of energy

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Each pupil, perform simple activities e.g. running, h’fb’ng an object etc.

  • to show that they have energy (capability to do work)
  • Pupils in small groups, storm and mention what tasks they need energy for
  • Pupils as a class, watch video clip on types of energy.
  • Pupils in small groups, discuss and share what kinds of energy they need for the tasks mentioned above

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Critical thinking &      PROBLEM solving
  • Communication and collaboration
  • Digital literacy

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Charts on use of energy
  • Web resources

https://youtube/w7ZcQUb5ImG

WEEK 3

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Meaning of non-living things

  • Non-living things in the classroom
  • Non-living things at home

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson,, pupils
should be able to:
i)describe non-living things as
things that have no life: they do not breathe, move, eat, or reproduce;
ii)mention examples of non-living things in the school;
iii)identify non-living things at home;
iv) analyze the reasons that the non-living things at home and in the school cannot breathe, eat,
reproduce or move.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils, in pairs, identify non-living objects around them and explain why.
  • Each pupil, lists non-living things in the classroom.
  • Each pupil, mentions non-living things at home.

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Communication and collaboration

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio – visual resources:
  • Stone, pencil, table, broom, bed, plate e.tc.
  • Chart on non- living things in the school and at home.
  • Communication and collaboration
  • Web resources:
    https://youtu.be/xvCpZuSNwTY71Lst=TLPQMTAwOTIwMjCEumwWPiOv3g

WEEK 4

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Energy I: Meaning and Uses of energy

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to

i) explain The Meaning Of Energy
ii) list things energy brain for
iii) describe types of energy

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Each pupil, perform simple activities e.g. running, handling an object etc.
  • to show that they have energy (capability to do work)
  • pupils in small groups, storm and mention what tasks they need energy for
  • Pupils as a class, watch video clip on types of energy.
  • Pupils in small groups, discuss and share what kinds of energy they need for the task mentioned above

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Critical thinking & problem solving
  • Communication and collaboration
  • Digital literacy

LEARNING RESOURCES

Chart on uses of energy

Web resources;

https://youtube/W7ZcOU b51Mg

WEEK 5

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Energy II Sources of energy;

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson, pupils

Should be able to:

Explain energy,

 ii) List the sources of energy
iii) explain the uses of energy

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils list sources of energy
  • Pupils in small groups, explain the sources of energy identified.
  • Pupils in pairs, discuss and share what sources of energy they use in their daily activities

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Critical thinking and  problem solving
  • Communication and collaboration
  • Pupils as a class, brainstorm imagination

LEARNING RESOURCES
https:Mtop/youtube/JOlvjM

i) Charts

ii) Playing ground

Whistle

Balls

WEEK 6

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

ENERGY III: ENERGY TRANSFORMATION

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to
  • Explain energy transformation;
  •  Analyze examples of energy transformation;
  • demonstrate how to transfer energy;
  • appraise energy transformations in their  daily activities

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils as a class, watch video clips of energy transformation and then explain the concept
  • Pupils in groups, demonstrate how to transfer energy (using battery to power phone and torch light )
  • Pupils in small groups brainstorm and explain other energy transformations that they use in their daily activities

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Digital literacy
  • Communication and collaboration
  • Leadership and personal development

LEARNING RESOURCES

https://youtu.be/8atlc3XixYIV.
https://www.visualcapitalistcom/whatusesthe-mostenergyhome/

WEEK 7

CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT/MID TERM BREAK

WEEK 8

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Energy IV

  • Light energy sources;
  • Natural sources of light
  • Artificial sources of light               

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Explain the meaning of light;
  • discuss the natural sources of light
  • Analyze artificial sources of light
  • Assess the importance of artificial and natural light in their environment.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils as a Class  watch video clips on light energy and explain the meaning of light
  • Pupils, in groups, discuss and list  light natural sources of light
  • Same groups brainstorm and create a list of artificial and natural fights in their surroundings.
  • Pupils, in pairs, discuss the importance of light in their dally activities.
  • Same pairs, discuss what sources of artificial fight they use every day
  • Pupils, in in small groups, analyse the sources of natural light most useful to them in their daily lives

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Digital literacy
  • Communication and collaboration

LEARNING RESOURCES

Audio visual resources:
Candle, torch light etc.
Chart showing light energy
Web resources

https://study.com/academy/lesson/light-energvsources-lesson-forkids.htm
https://youtu.be/LCEqIvHFlhM

WEEK 9

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Water

  • Meaning of Water
  • Sources of Water

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
  •  define the word water;
  • describe water;
  • Distinguish between water and other liquids.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils observe and describe water by mentioning its colour, and smell and thereafter combine the points to define water as thin liquid that is colorless & odorless if it is pure.
  • Pupils in small groups, compare water with other liquids in their environment
  • Pupils in pairs, explain the similarities between water and other liquids.
  • Pupils in pairs, explain the differences between water and other liquids.

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Communication and collaboration
  • Critical thinking & problem solving

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio Visual resources
    Water, Charts showing
    pictures of sources of water
    Web resources:
    httpS;//wWW.gQOglfLrnn1sources/$eaxch%?20q=ofteaching%2nu/ <a >orOj1 OOl2Qto%%202pupllsQprimapy&iil%=pnflfh m=isch&inm =v

WEEK 10

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Water: uses of water

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • identify the composition of water;
  • describe the properties of  water;
  • mention the uses of water to living things; plants animals

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • small groups, discuss the of water;  {colorless, tasteless, odorless
  • Pupils brainstorm on the composition of water
  • Each pupil, mention the uses of water to plants and animals
  • Pupils in pairs, brainstorm and explain how they use waterin their homes and school

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Critical thinking  and problem solving
  • Leadership &Personal Development
  • Communication and collaboration

LEARNING RESOURCES

http://youtube/LjuMQl 3AP4s

Audio visual Resources:

Water
Charts showing people that are cooking, bathing, washing etc.
Web resources

WEEK 11

REVISION

WEEK 12

EXAMINATION

BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SCHEME OF WORK PRIMARY 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK 1

Revision of last term work

WEEK 2

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

AIR

Existence of Air & creation of air

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Demonstrate that air exists
  • create air current by blowing with the mouth or using paper fan
  • demonstrate the importance of air to living things

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Each pupil breathes in and breathes out Pupils create hand fan with paper to fan their partner.
  • Each pupil holds their breath for 10 seconds and say how convenient they feel.
  • Pupils, in small groups, brainstorm about the effects of air in their environment

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Collaboration ,and communication
  • Creativity & imagination
  • Critical thinking and problem solving

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio Visual Recourse: paper, hand fan, fan, balloons, polythene bags etc.
  • Charts showing inflated balloons, a person blowing another with mouth or paper etc

WEEK 3

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Demonstrating air In space

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to;
  • demonstrate that air occupies space;
  • Discover that air exerts pressure.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils In small groups, blow air into balloons to demonstrate that air occupies space.
  • Pupils In same groups, let out the air in the balloon to model air exerting pressure.
  • Whole Class watch a video dip and carry out experiment to show that air occupies space and exerts pressure using bottles, ballons, straw and water

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Leadership &personal development
  • Communication and collaboration

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio Visual Resources: Balloons. bottles, straw etc
  • Chart showing air plump to inflate a bicycle tube

Web resources;

https://youtu.be /031iu4 DZldA httDg//ypytiLhe/r» r7.iar} –

WEEK 4

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Soil

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Discover soil as other part of the surrounding
  • Define soil the meaning of soil
  • Uses of soil

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils in small groups identify places where soil can be found
  • Pupils in groups describe the uses of soil
  • Pupils in small groups identify places where soil can be found
  • Pupils in groups describe the uses of soil

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Leadership and personal development
  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Communication and collaboration

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio Visual Recourse:School garden, so Etc.
  • Charts showing where we can find soil

WEEK 5

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Soil

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Mention Soil things in the soil as air, water, and living things; uses of soil
  • states the importance of the soil to plant;
  • Identify the uses of soil man an

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils in small group observe I and plant with soil to find out what is there with the assistant of the teacher

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Communicate and collaboration
  • Critical thinking and problem solving

LEARNING RESOURCES

Chart showing the
product from the >*
building nude win
Web resources
https://study.com

WEEK 6

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Light energy: uses of light and color

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

  • Identify the various uses of light
  • Explain the importance of colour
  • Appraise the connection between light and colour

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils in pairs, mention and demonstrate the various uses of light
  • Pupils in pairs, discuss and describe their favourite colours.
  • Pupils in groups, switches off the light to understand that they can only see colour through light
  • Pupils in small groups sort the items in the class into groups of similar colours.
  • Pupils in small groups, analyze the importance of colour in their daily lives and share with the class

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Critical thinking & problem solving
  • Communication and collaboration
  • Leadership and personal development

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio-Visual Resources: resources: toys, bottle tops, plastics of different colours, flowers, leaves, container of various colours, crayons, etc.
  • Chart on different colours.
  • Web resources: Study. Com https://study.com /acade my/ lesson/simple- machine-for-kidsdefinition-examples.html

WEEK 7

TOPIC

REVIEW OF FIRST HALF TERM WORK AND ASSESSMENT

WEEK 8

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

COLOUR IDENTIFICATION:

  • colors of object

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  • explore and identify different colours;
  • search for and collect materials of different colours;
  • Draw objects and use different colours to paint them.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils in groups, gather identify r colours of objects in the class using the varieties of objects provided by the teacher.
  • Pupils in groups (arrange objects of same colour together.
  • Each pupil, draws objects  use different colours to paint them

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • ¾  Communication and collaboration
  • ¾  leadership and personal development
  •  ¾  creativity and imagination

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio – visual resources: and Road traffic light signs each road traffic light signs; hi) explain roadway signs. iv) appraise the importance of road signs collaboration.
  • Charts on traffic light and roadway signs.
  • Web resources: https://youtu.be/21Dt4A!c c

WEEK 9

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

COLOUR IDENTIFICATION

  • Road traffic light signs

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  • analyze road traffic signs;
  • state the function of each road traffic light signs;
  • Explain roadway signs.
  • appraise the importance of road signs

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils discuss colours of road traffic Light
  • Each pupil, matches the colours of road traffic light signs to their functions.
  • Pupils in pairs, discuss and explain the importance of road and signs

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • ¾ Communication and collaboration
  • ¾  Creativity and imagination
  • ¾ Communication and collaboration

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio – visual resources: Charts on traffic light and roadway signs
  • Web resources: https://youtu.be/21Dt4A!c c

WEEK 10

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

COLOUR IDENTIFICATION III: Road markings

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. identify the colours used inroad markings and traffic signs;
  2.  State the functions of road traffic signs.
  3.   interpret the road traffic signs

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils watches the video clip of road markings and mention the colours used.
  • Pupils brainstorm and state the functions of road traffic signs.
  • Each pupil, should interpret the colour used for road marking

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • ¾ Digital literacy
  • ¾ critical thinking and problem solving.
  • ¾ critical thinking and problem solving

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio – visual resources: video clips charts on road markings

WEEK 11

Revision

WEEK 12

EXAMINATION

BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SCHEME OF WORK PRIMARY 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK 1

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Readiness test & revision of 2nd term work

WEEK 2

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Simple machine

  • Definition of simple machine
  • Example of simple machines

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

  • Define simple machines;
  • Name examples of simple machines;
  • Classify simple machine used at school and at home;
  • Analyze the importance of simple machines.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils mention and demonstrate the tools they use at home to perform some chores to derive the meaning of simple machines
  • Pupils in pairs, collect some simple machines and use them to demonstrate how they make
  • Pupils, in groups, brainstorm and give examples of simple machines.
  • Pupils in small groups, sort out the list of machines given by the teacher into simple machines at home and in school.
  • Pupils in small groups, analyze the importance of using simple machines in their environment

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Critical thinking & problem solving
  • Communication and collaboration
  • Leadership and personal development

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio visual resources;Spoon, Sharpeners, ruler, razor blade, see -saw, grinder, etc
  • Web resources: Study.Com
  • https://study.com/academv/ lesson/simplemachine-for-kidsdefinition-examples -html
  • Audio visual resources; video clip on safe use of simpers machines
  • Charts showing people using simple machine safely

WEEK 3

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Simple Machine

  • The Safe use of simple machine

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to;

  • Explain how to safely use simple machines;
  • Demonstrate the use of simple machines in a safe way
  • Analyze the dangers of not taking safety precautions when using simple machines

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Using some machines Pupils demonstrate how to use simple machines safely.
  • Pupils in small groups, discuss the dangers of not taking safety precautions when using simple machines and share with the class
  • Pupils in pairs, discuss the benefits of using machines safely

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Communication and collaboration

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Charts showing people using simple machine safely

WEB RESOURCES:

https://youtube/foA4ncWYm?

WEEK 4

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Concept of technology

  • Meaning and benefit

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson pupil should be able to:

  • explain the meaning of technology;
  • state the benefits of technology;
  • describe how things are done before and now

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils brain storm and give ways of doing things in the olden days and now eg. cooking firewood/stove
  • Pupils in small groups, mention one faster and easier way of doing the things mentioned above
  • Pupils brain storm and attempt the meaning of technology Driving nails; stone/Trimmer/roll gen etc.
  • Pupils identify products of technology A then state the benefit of technology.

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Communication and collaboration
  • Communication and collaboration

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Web resources: https://voutu.be/Gii7ni uzK

Audio Visual Resources:

  • Board and marker/chalk,
  • Digital display Charts on old way & modern way of doing things.

WEEK 5

TOPIC

BST (Basic Science)

Technology in home: Electric gadget

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson pupil should be able to:

  1. Explain what electricity is.
  2.  Identify some appliances that use electricity
  3.  create electrical gadget e.g. toy car, torch light using battery

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils in small groups, brainstorm to explain electricity.
  • Pupils, individually, mention an appliance that uses electricity.
  • Pupils in groups, create gadgets that use electricity e.g. Toy car. torch fight using battery etc.

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Leadership & personal development
  • Communication & collaboration.
  • Creativity & imagination

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Web resources https: //youtube/NmFYY
  • chart on electrical

WEEK 6

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Technology in transportation

  • Technology in transportation: Land and air
  • (vehicle, train, airplane)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson pupil should be able to:

 i)Compare old means of transportation and the new ones.

  1. mention means of transportation by land
  2. analyze transportation by air
  3. contrast between transportation by air and transportation by land

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils as a class, watch video clips to learn old way and modern way (technology) of transporting
  2.   Each pupil, mention examples of transportation by land e.g. Bus, car; bike, truck, train, van etc.
  3. Pupils brainstorm and analyze transportation by am
  4. Pupils in pairs, discuss and explain the benefits of new ways of transportation: faster, safer, easier; more comfortable etc

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Digital literacy
  • Critical thinking and problem solving.
  • Communication and collaboration.

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Video dip/slides on brief history ‘of transportation
  • Chart on transportation by air land
  • Web resources  https//youtube.com//FaLC Q08XTFA
  • https://youtube/ias8 OqiizqA
  • https: //youtu.be/bex7iNlN xxv w8

WEEK 7

TOPIC

MID TERM BREAK

WEEK 8

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

Transportation: Water

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson pupil should be able to:

  1. Pupils explain modes of transportation by water e.g  yatch, ship, submarine etc;
  2.  analyze the advantages of transportation by water;
  3.  mention the disadvantages of water transportation

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils as a class, watch video dip and state the mode of transportation by water as seen
  • Pupils in groups, brainstorm and analyze advantages of transportation by water.
  • Same groups, mention disadvantages of transportation by water

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • Communication and collaboration
  • Critical thinking and problem solving

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio Visual Materials:Charts on water transportation
  • Web resources https-//youtube/FlhFieH XTNU

https://HbsfosOPufcfo

WEEK 9

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

EXPLORING ENVIRONMENT

 i) Things in the classroom

ii) Things around the school and at home

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

  • Observe and identify things in the classroom
  • Identify s around the school and mention things at home
  • Analyze things at home

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils move round the classroom and mention things in the classroom
  • Pupils in small groups walk round the school and identify what they found in the environment
  • Each pupils thinks and mention things done at home

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • ¾ Communication and collaboration
  • ¾  Creativity and imagination
  • ¾ Critical thinking  and problem solving

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio – visual resources: tables, chairs, desk, board, books, soil, plant etc
  • Chart showing things around the school nail at home

         https://youtiibe/gEkOlllNgOU flirt TU’QMTAvffftlwM)CEumwWPIOy3

WEEK 10

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

EXPLORING YOUR ENVIRONMENT II

  1. type of road within and outside the school

ii) Functions of each road

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

  • analyze types of road around the school;
  • classify types of roads outside the school;
  • explain the functions of roads

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils observe and Identify different types of roads In the school using the chart presented by the teacher.
  • Each pupil, classify types of reads outside the school
  • Pupils, brain storm and mention tile functions of each type of road

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • ¾ Communication and collaboration.
  • ¾ Leadership and personal development
  • ¾ Critical thinking and problem solving

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • Audio – visual resources: Chart showing different types of road within and outside the school.
  • Web resources: Types of road -Wikipedia” https://wikipedia.comg/wiJri/ type; of road

WEEK 11

TOPIC

BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

EXPLORING YOUR ENVIRONMENT III

  • Walking along the roads and crossing the roads
  • Traffic light signs

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Demonstrate the right and wrong way of walking on the road;
  • what to do (rules) when crossing the roads;
  • Identify the traffic light signs.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

  • Pupils watch video dips and demonstrate what they watch on the right way of walking on the road
  • Pupils sing songs on the dos and don’t of crossing the roads.
  • Each pupil, draw the traffic light sign

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS

  • ¾ Creativity and imagination
  • ¾ communication and collaboration
  • ¾ creativity and imagination

LEARNING RESOURCES

  • on the road, crossing the road, facing and backing the oncoming vehicles.
  • Web resources:
  • https://1hcconitructor.or g/transportation /classification-of-road/17470/

ACHIEVEMENT STANDARDS

At the end of the session, the pupils should be able to:

  • Identify and state various examples of living and non-living things around them;
  • Name and identify various colours;
  • Explain the meaning and constituents of soil;
  • Discuss simple machines and identify simple machines around them;
  • Understand the meaning of energy;
  • Explore their environment and discuss their observation
  • Recognize the basic computer components,
  • Use particular keyboard keys
  • Manage the computer hardware “Starting -up and shutting -down procedures”
  • Awareness of basic safety principles.

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