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LESSON NOTE ON JSS3 SOCIAL STUDIES FOR SECOND TERM

2022 Social studies  lesson note for JSS3 Second term 

Scheme Of Work

WEEK 1 CONFLICTS

WEEK 2 CONFLICT II

WEEK 3 FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION

WEEK 4 ECONOMIC REFORM MEASURES IN NIGERIA

WEEK 5 ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS

WEEK 6 CAUSES OF INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS AND THE ORGANIZATIONS HELPING TO RESOLVE WORLD CONFLICTS

WEEK 7 PERSONAL HYGIENE

WEEK 8 ECONOMIC REFORM MEASURES IN NIGERIA II

WEEK 9 SELF ESTEEM

WEEK 10 CULTISM

Lesson Notes on Social Studies JSS3 Second Term

 Below are the 2022 complete social studies lesson notes for JSS3 Second term

Week 1

Topic: Conflicts

Content:

        1. Meaning of conflict

         2. Types of Conflicts

       Meaning of conflict

Conflict is the breakdown of a harmonious relationship, arising from a clash of interests. It also means disagreement, struggle and quarrel between people. Conflict is natural in every human society. It could occur due to differences in views, opinions and ambitions of the individuals with those of the group.

Types of Conflicts

Conflicts can be classified into two types,; they are:

  1. Peaceful or non-violent conflict: This is defined as a conflict that does not involve the use of force; it could be informed of a disagreement of workers and management over salaries, it is a trade dispute and it is a non-violent conflict because the workers and the management will hold a dialogue to resolve the area of disagreement. To learn more, Click here.

Week 2

Topic: Conflict II

Outline:

  • Causes of Conflicts in Nigeria
  • Conflict management and Resolution

Causes of Conflicts in Nigeria

The following points below are the causes of conflicts

  • Conflict can arise when someone or group or a group of people neglect their roles or duties
  • When the funds of the community  or the people are mismanaged by leaders, there is bound to be conflict
  • Conflicts can arise when people struggle to get something that other people are also interested in.
  • Conflicts also occur in groups, associations and between groups as a result of differences in opinions. To learn more, Click here.

week 3

Topic: Family life Education

Content:

  1. Meaning of family life Education
  2. The importance of sex Education
  3.  Problems associated with Census In Nigeria

Meaning of family life Education

Family life Education is the form of educating the family member on important and general issues needed for the development of their personal and general life.

It also refers to what young people or adolescents should know about their sexual activity and reproductive health. The need to educate young minds is necessary cause a lack of education results in danger for the young ones who are ignorant. To learn more, Click here.

Week 4

Topic: Economic Reform measures in Nigeria I

Content

  • Meaning of Commercialization/Privatization
  • Advantages of Commercialization/Privatization
  • Disadvantages of Commercialization/Privatization

Meaning of privatization

Privatization can be defined as the policy designed to enable individuals and private or corporate organizations take over the ownership and control of government businesses with the aim of making profit.

Advantages of  Privatization

It promotes efficiency: privatization do help to promote efficiency in production.

Generation of more revenue: Both policies equally help to boost the generation of revenue for the Government.

Economic Institutions

 Content:

            1. Examples of Economic Institutions

             2. The role of these institutions in Nigeria

Meaning of Economic Institutions

Economic Institution refers to all the processes and agencies through which a society organises the production and distribution of its resources and services.

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Week 5

Topic: Causes Of International Conflicts And The Organizations Helping To Resolve World Conflicts

Definition of International conflicts

These are disagreements and quarrels between two or more nations.

Causes of  International conflicts

  1. Misunderstanding
  2. Boundary dispute
  3. Pride
  4.  Politics
  5.  Religion.  To learn more, Click here.

 Week 6

Topic: Personal Hygiene

Content:

      1. Meaning

      2. Art of personal Hygiene

      3. Reasons

Meaning:

It is the art of caring for one’s self and surroundings.

Art of personal Hygiene

  1. Self discipline
  2.  care for all parts of the body by bathing, combing hair, brushing of teeth, and care for surroundings. To learn more, Click here.

Week 7

Topic: Economic Reform measures in Nigeria II

Content

  • Meaning of Deregulation
  • Problems associated with privatization, commercialization/Privatization and deregulation

Deregulation

Deregulation can be defined as the situation where government releases its control of a sector of the economy to allow as many people as possible to participate in the activities of that sector.

Problems associated with privatization, commercialization and deregulation

Poverty: Poverty is a problem Nigeria is faced with. The measures tend to favour the rich who have the money to buy shares in the business and the inflation caused makes the poor to become poorer and the rich become richer, It is not advantageous to the poor. To learn more, Click here.

Week 8

Topic: Self-esteem

Outline:

  • Meaning of self-esteem
  • Types and factors that influence self-esteem
  • How to improve self-esteem

Self-esteem reflects a person’s overall subjective emotional evaluation of his or her own worth. It is a judgment of oneself as well as an attitude toward the self. Self-esteem encompasses beliefs about oneself, (for example, “I am competent”, and “I am worthy”), as well as emotional states, such as triumph, despair, pride, and shame. Smith and Mackie (2007) defined it by saying “The self-concept is what we think about the self; self-esteem, is the positive or negative evaluations of the self, as in how we feel about it. To learn more, Click here.

Week 9

Topic: Cultism

Contents:

  • Cultism
  • Historical development of Cultism
  • Types of Secret Cults
  • Characteristics associated with Cultism
  • Cult Groups in Nigerian Campuses
  • Characteristics of Cult Group
  • Consequences of Cultism 
  • Preventive Measure against Cultism

A. Definition of Cultism

Cultism can also be called secret cult; it can be defined as an enclosed organized association devoted to the same course. Members of this group always commit themselves to oath and allegiance  which serves as their strong bond.

A religion or religious sect generally considered to be extremist or false, with its followers often living in an unconventional manner under the guidance of an authoritarian, charismatic leader. Secret cult could therefore be defined as a set of practices, belief system or idea whose essence is known only to the inner members and excessively admired and defended even to the point of laying down one’s life. To learn more, Click here.

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