Health Education Scheme of Work for SS 1 Federal

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Health Education Scheme of Work
Health Education Scheme of Work

ERC Teaching Scheme. Federal Health Education Scheme of Work for SS 1, Definitions, balanced adequate diet


1MEANING AND SETTING FOR HEALTH EDUCATION -Meaning of health education -Meaning of setting for health education -Types of setting for health education: Home based setting, school based setting, community based setting, health facility based setting, workplace based setting  -Identify school-based setting in their school -Discuss the types of setting  for health education with their teacher   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Posters, flip charts showing setting for health education, etc.  
2HEALTH PROMOTION -Meaning of health promotion -Differences between health promotion and health education in Nigeria -History of health education in NigeriaStudents should give examples of health promotion in their locality and nationally.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE Charts, posters showing health promotion programs and activities, etc  
3CELLS AND TISSUES OF HUMAN BODY -Definition of cells and tissues -Nature of cells and tissues of human body -Meaning of growth and development -Differences between growth and development -Cell division  Teacher guides students to stain and identify the check cell using appropriate dyes and microscope. Draw and label the stages of cell division.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Charts showing cell division, microscope check cell, etc    
4THE SENSE ORGANS -Definition of sense organs -Types of sense organs e.g. skin, eye and ear -Structure and functions of sense organs  Students draw and label sense organs   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Charts showing the sense organs to students, etc
5SENSE ORGANS CONT. -Defects and diseases of the eye and their corrections -Defects and diseases of the ear and their remedies -Common skin diseases: Eczema, athlete foot, ringworm and scabies  Teacher guides students to demonstrate how to take care of the skin   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Posters, charts, models showing defects and diseases of sense organs, etc
6SYSTEMS OF THE BODY -Definition of skeletal and muscular systems -Structure of skeletal and muscular systems -Human movement  Students draw and label the human skeleton, different types of bones and muscular system Teacher guide students to demonstrate human movement.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Models, charts posters showing human skeleton and human movement, muscular system, etc
7PHYSICAL HEALTH -Meaning of physical health -Importance of physical health -Care of human body partsBoth teacher and students to carry out a simple daily exercise. Students demonstrate how to care for the hands, mouth and other body parts. INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Weighting scale, rulers, charts, posters, real life objects, etc  
8COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES -Definition of community health -Community health services and their providers: i) Orthodox services e.g. Primary health care ii) Traditional services e.g., Bone setters, birth attendants -Community effort in health promotion, e.g. Awareness  campaignTeacher guide students to list various health services in their locality and explain efforts of their community in health promotion.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Charts, posters showing community efforts in health promotion etc
9SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAM -Definition of school health program -List and explain the components of school health program i) Skill based health education ii) Healthful school environment( Physical and biological environment) iii) School health and nutrition services iv) School, home and community relationship -Goal s and objectives of school health programStudents discuss the various components of school health program   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: National School Health Policy, media (Radio, TV, Newspapers), charts, posters etc
10SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAM CONT. Linkages for promoting school health program(initiatives): i) Health promoting school(HPS) ii) Child friendly school iii) Focusing resources on effective school health(FRESH) iv) Skill based health education(SBHE) v) Life skill(LS) vi) Education for all(EFA)  Students collect information about global health initiatives from mass media and internet. Teacher lead students to discuss global health initiatives for promotion of school health. INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Posters and charts , media, National policy on global health initiatives, etc  
11HOUSING -Criteria for good housing: i) sitting ii) Ventilation iii) Lighting iv) Sanitation -Components of a standard houseTeacher takes students to visit a standard building or an estate to observe the criteria and components of good housing.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Charts, posters, films showing examples of houses and components.

ERC Teaching Scheme. Federal Health Education Scheme of Work for SS


1WATER SUPPLY -Definition of water -Sources of water: rain, bore-hole, river, streams, and spring, well and pond  Students demonstrate some methods of water purification.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Posters and charts showing sources of water, cloth filter, alum, etc  
2NUTRITION AND FOOD NUTRIENTS -Definition of i) Nutrition ii) Nutrient -Classes of food nutrients -Sources of food nutrients and their examplesStudents bring food stuff to class, classify them and identify their sources.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Real food stuff, posters and charts of food substances, etc  
3BALANCED/ADEQUATE DIET -Definition of balanced adequate diet -Food groups in the locality -Nutritional problemsStudents plan a table of balanced/adequate diet.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Posters, charts, real food stuff, etc  
4FACTORS INFLUENCING FEEDING HABITS/CHOICE OF FOOD -Factors influencing feeding habits/choice of food: i) Availability ii) Religion iii) Education iv) Age v) Belief vi) Health vii) Condition viii) Cost  Teacher leads students to illustrate factors influencing feeding habits.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Charts and posters illustrating factors influencing feeding habits.  
5FIRST AID -Definition of First Aid -Relevant terms used in first aid e.g. Casualty etc -Situations in which first aid kits are used -Importance of first aid treatment  Teacher guides students to demonstrate how to apply First Aid   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters/pictures showing situations that require first aid
6FIRST AID TREATMENT -Principles of first aid treatment -Nature of specific emergency conditions -Contents of a first aid box and uses  Students role play an emergency condition.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Stretchers, blankets, posters, and charts illustrating first aid treatment and box.
7SAFETY EDUCATION -Definition of safety education -Need for safety education -Principle of safety -Importance of safety education -Healthful school environmentStudents role play importance of safety education and healthful school living environment.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Broom, buckets, mop, etc  
8DRUG EDUCATION -Terminologies in drug education: drug abuse, drug dependence, drug misuse, drug addiction, self medication, alcoholism, rehabilitation, etc -Classes of drug commonly abusedStudents collect information on effects of drug abuse and participate in class discussion.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Charts showing classes of drugs, First Aid box.
9DRUG EDUCATION CONT. -Ways of taking drugs in to the body( oral, injection, inhalation, topical and anal) -Drug abuse and consequences of self medication -Differences between drug abuse and drug misuse -Ways of rehabilitating drug addictsTeacher guides students to discuss characteristics of drug addicts, ways of taking drugs into the body and ways of rehabilitating addicts.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters and charts showing ways of taking drugs into the body, First Aid box
10DISEASES -Definition of disease -Classes of diseases i) Communicable ii) Non Communicable disease -Differences between communicable and non communicable diseasesTeacher leads the students to participate in the discussion on communicable and non communicable diseases.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters, charts, showing classes of diseases  

ERC Teaching Scheme. Federal Health Education Scheme of Work for SS 1


1COMMUNICABLE DISEASE -Definition of communicable disease, epidemiology, prevalence rate etc -Classification of communicable diseases(airborne, water borne, body contact infection)  Teacher guides students in mentioning types of diseases, their epidemiology and prevalence rate.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters, charts, graphic presentation of prevalence of diseases  
2CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES -Causes of communicable diseases -Conditions for communicable diseases to occur: agent, host and environment -Prevention of communicable diseasesStudents participate in the discussion on the effects of causative agents, host and environment in the cause and spread of diseases   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters, charts, magazines, graphic illustrations etc  
3HUMAN REPRODUCTION Definition of: i) Reproduction ii) Sex gamete iii) Ovulation iv) Menstruation v) Pregnancy vi) Gestation -Description of sex organs -Process of fertilization  Students draw and label male and female sex organs INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters and charts showing female and male sex organs.
4HUMAN REPRODUCTION -Foetal development -Care of pregnancy and newborn  Teacher guides the students in describing the ways in taking care of the pregnancy and the newborn.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters, charts, CDs, etc showing a pregnant woman and the newborn.  
5HUMAN SEXUALITY EDUCATION -Define: i) Human sexuality ii) Sexuality education iii) Sexual health iv) Sexual reproductive health right v) Gender and equality -Explain the nature of human sexualityStudents discuss human sexuality and gender equality   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters, charts, etc showing gender equality
6ASSERTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS -Describe assertive and communication skills -List the attributes of communication skills -Differences between assertive and communication skills as applicable to human sexuality  Students role play assertive communication skills   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters and charts illustrating assertive communication skills.
7FAMILY AND FAMILY HEALTH ROLES -Family and household i) Definition of: Family, Household -Roles, responsibility and functions of members of the family -Marriage and parenthood i) Types of marriage ii) Process of marriage  Role play an ideal family set up   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters, charts and CDs showing types of family.  
8EMOTIONAL HEALTH -Definitions of emotional health and social health -Differences between emotional and social health -Inter-relationship between emotional and social healthRole play emotional conditions   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters and charts showing classes of diseases
9ATTRIBUTES OF EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL HEALTH -Definition of i) Personality ii) Personality traits -Personality problems and solutions i) Identification of personality problems ii) Solving personal problemsTeacher guides students in identifying personal problems and their solutions   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Posters, charts and graphic presentation of prevalence of disease.
10CONSUMER HEALTH EDUCATION -Consumer health: i) Meaning ii) Products iii) Services -Consumer health education i) Meaning -Features of genuine products and services( trade mark, expiry date, etc)  Teacher guides students to identify consumer health products and services in the community   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Brochures of health products and brochures of health services organizations.  
11CONSUMER HEALTH PROTECTION -Laws protecting health in Nigeria -Agencies promoting consumer health in Nigeria and their activities( e.g. NAFDAC, SON, Consumer protection board)Make field trips to agencies promoting consumer health in Nigeria.   INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES: Law documents, Brochures of agencies promoting consumer health in Nigeria.

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