Environmental Schemes - Grade 1 Schemes of Work Term 2 2023

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Week

Lesson

Strand Theme

Sub Strand

Special Learning Outcomes

Key Inquiry Questions

Learning Experience

Learning Resources

Assessment Methods

Reflection 

1

1

Environment and Its Resources

Animals (exploring animals in the immediate environment

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able Learners to appreciate diversity of animals in the immediate environment

How many animals have observed?

The learner should be able to draw various types of animals and name the body part

MTP grade 1 page 39-40

 

observe and identify animals found near the school 

 

 

2

Environment and Its Resources

Animals (exploring animals in the immediate environment

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able Learners to appreciate diversity of animals in the immediate environment

How many animals have observed?

The learner should be able to draw various types of animals and name the body part

MTP grade 1 page 39-40

 

observe and identify animals found near the school 

 

 

3

Environment and Its Resources

Animals (exploring animals in the immediate environment

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able identifying items got from animals in the community

What do we get from different animals

The learner should be able to draw various types of animals and name the body part

MTP grade 1 page 41-45

 

observe and identify animals found near the school 

 

 

4

Energy 

Producing sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: recognize sounds in the immediate environment

What makes sounds

Learners take a sound walk in the immediate environment

MTP grade 1 page 46-47

 

Observe pupils listening the different sounds in the immediate  environment

 

 

5

Energy

Producing sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: identifying what makes sound near the school compound

What makes sounds

Learners take a mention things that make sound in the immediate environment

MTP grade 1 page 48 Chicken Cows Dogs

Observe what that the pupil has identified from the school compound.

 

2

1

Energy

Producing sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: drawing animals that make sounds  from the  school compound

What makes sounds

Learners take a mention things that make sound in the immediate environment

MTP grade 1 page 48 Chicken Cows Dogs

Observe what that the pupil has drawn from the school compound.

 

 

2

Energy

Producing sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: identifying how we make sound using our body parts

How We make sounds?

Learners take a mention how to make  sound using body part

Learners to make  sounds using body part

MTP grade 1 page 49 Handclapping Mouth-shout whistles Foot Laugh.

Observe pupil making sounds using body parts

 

 

3

Energy

Producing sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: identifying animals that make sounds

Animals  makes sounds

Learners take a mention how to make  sound using body part

Learners to make  sounds using body part

MTP grade 1 page 50-51

 

 

Observe pupil making sounds using body parts

 

 

4

Energy 

Producing sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: recognize sounds  made by machines in the immediate environment

How machines make sound

Learners take a sound walk in the immediate environment

MTP grade 1 page 52-53

 

Observe pupils listening the different sounds made by machines in the immediate  environment

 

 

5

Energy 

Producing sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to identify ways of producing sounds and vibrations from different objects;

How could we produce sounds

Learners could identify ways of creating sound using the body, objects and voice

MTP grade 1 page 54 Bottles Spoons drum

Observe how the pupils are making sound using object found in the school environment Check the items collected by pupils to be sued in making different sounds

 

3

1

Energy 

Producing sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to create sounds and vibrations from a variety of sources for enjoyment;

How could we produce sounds by shaking things 

Learners could identify ways of creating sound using the body, objects and voice

MTP grade 1 page 55 Bottles Spoons Drum Bottle with stones Hand shakers Kayamba 

Observe how the pupils are making sound using object found in the school environment

 

 

2

Energy 

Producing sounds

create sounds and vibrations from a variety of sources for enjoyment

How could we produce sounds by plucking  strings 

Learners could identify ways of creating sound using the body, objects and voice

MTP grade 1 page 51 rubber bands and a tin Guitar Nyatiti 

Observe how the pupils are making sound using object found in the school environment

 

 

3

Energy 

Producing sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to create sounds and vibrations from a variety of sources for enjoyment

How to make sounds by blowing air into things to make sounds

Learners could identify ways of creating sound using the body, objects and voice

MTP grade 1 page 52-53 Horn, flute, whistle, vuvuzela Empty bottle

 

Observe how the pupils are making sound using object found in the school environment

 

 

4

Energy 

Producing sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to develop curiosity in producing sounds and vibrations from different objects

How to make sounds by blowing air into things to make sounds

Learners could identify ways of creating sound using the body, objects and voice

MTP grade 1 page 52-53 Horn, flute, whistle, vuvuzela Empty bottle

Observe how the pupils are making sound using object found in the school environment

 

 

5

Energy

Sounds and vibrations that alert us on dangers

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: identify sounds and vibrations that alert us on dangers in the immediate environment

What sounds alert on danger

Learners could come up with different sounds and vibrations that alert us on dangers.

MTP grade 1 page 54  A dog barks Car hoots An ambulance 

Checking the name of sounds that warns us.

 

4

1

Energy

Sounds and vibrations that alert us on dangers

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: explaining the dangers of loud sound

What are the dangers of loud sounds

Learners identify the sound that are dangerous and where they come from

MTP grade 1 page 56 Speaker Screaming Posh mill Factory

Observing the name of the items that make loud sound

 

 

2

Energy

Sounds and vibrations that alert us on dangers

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: discriminate sounds and vibrations and vibrations that alert us on dangers for appropriate response;

What are the dangers of loud sounds

Learners could identify sounds and vibrations that alert us on dangerous situations

MTP grade 1 page 56

 

Observing the name of the items that make loud sound

 

 

3

Energy

Sounds and vibrations that alert us on dangers

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: appreciate different sounds and vibrations that alerts on dangers

How could we respond appropriately to various sounds?

Learners could practice appropriate response to sounds and vibrations that alert us on dangers.

MTP grade 1 page 56

 

Observing the name of the items that make loud sound

 

 

4

Energy

Sounds and vibrations that alert us on dangers

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: appreciate different sounds and vibrations that alerts on dangers

How could we respond appropriately to various sounds?

Learners to ask parents or guardians how to appropriately respond to sounds and vibrations that alert people on dangers in the community

MTP grade 1 page 56

Observing the name of the items that make loud sound

 

 

5

Energy

Dangers of loud sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:  identify sources of loud sounds in the immediate environment

What are the sources loud sounds?

Learners could explore sources of loud sound in the immediate environment

MTP grade 1 page 57 Car Human being Animals 

Observing the name of the items that make loud sound

 

5

1

Energy

Dangers of loud sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: explain the effects of loud sounds on health and safety

What are the sources loud sounds?

Learners could discuss effects of loud sounds on their wellbeing

MTP grade 1 page 58 Musical instruments, flash cards, pictures, video clips Immediate environment.

written questions on effects of loud sounds

 

 

2

Energy

Dangers of loud sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: observe practices that protect us from effects of loud sounds;

How could loud sound affect us?

Learners could identify ways of avoiding loud sound

MTP grade 1 page 58 Musical instruments, flash cards, pictures,  video clips Immediate environment

Oral questions on how to protect ourselves from effects of loud sounds;

 

 

3

Energy

Dangers of loud sounds

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to: demonstrate willingness to limit dangers from loud sounds to self and others

How could we avoid loud sound?

Learners could pantomime on dangers of loud sounds.

MTP grade 1 page 58 Musical instruments, flash cards, pictures,  video clips Immediate environment

Oral questions on how to protect ourselves from effects of loud sounds

 

 

4

Social environment

Home Environment: Caring for things found in the home

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to sign the various things found in the home;

What things are found in the home?

Learners could identify and sign things found in the home (utensils and furniture).

MTP grade 1 page 59 Cups sufuria Spoons Kettle Plates\jug Cooking sticks

Observe the items given by the pupils Observe diagrams make by the pupils.

 

 

5

Social environment

Home Environment: Caring for things found in the home

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to Explain how to care for things found in the home;

How could we care for things found in the home?

Learners could identify ways of caring for things found in the home (washing and dusting

MTP grade 1 page 60 Picture cut outs, Natural Environment Charts Video Clips Photographs Utensils, Furniture  Electronic Gadgets, 

Oral question on how to take care of things found at home.

 

6

1

Social environment

Keeping home environment clean

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to sign things that make the home environment dirty

What makes our home environment dirty?

Learners could sign things that make the home environment dirty

MTP grade 1 page 60 Picture cut outs, Natural Environment Charts Video Clips Photographs Brooms  Mops Dusters Dust Bins Rakes, Spade

Oral question on how to clean  things found at home

 

 

2

Social environment

Keeping home environment clean

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to participate actively in making the home environment clean

How to clean home environment dirty?

Learners could demonstrate cleaning of home

MTP grade 1 page 61-62 Picture cut outs, Natural Environment Charts Video Clips Photographs Utensils, Brooms  Mops Dusters Dust Bins Rakes, Spade

Oral question on how to clean  things found at home

Observing how the pupils are cleaning the school environment. 

 

 

3

Social environment

Keeping home environment clean

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to demonstrate willingness to keep the home environment clean.

How could we keep our home environment clean?

Learners could demonstrate cleaning of home environment using relevant cleaning activities.

Learners could visit a nearby home, if possible of an elderly person, and clean the home environment.

MTP grade 1 page 63 Picture cut outs, Natural Environment Charts Video Clips Photographs Brooms  Mops Dusters Dust Bins Rakes, Spade

Observing how the pupils are cleaning the school environment

 

 

4

Social environment

Keeping safe and secure in the home

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to identify common risks at home;

What are some of the possible risks in the home?

Learners could listen or observe signed stories on possible risks in the home

MTP grade 1 page 64-65

 

Oral question on how to keep the school compound safe.

 

 

5

Social environment

Keeping safe and secure in the home

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to observe safety and security in the home environment to avoid risk to self and others

How could we keep safe and secure in the home?

Learners could identify common risks in the home

MTP grade 1 page 64-65

 

Oral question on how to keep the

school compound safe

 

7

1

Social environment

Keeping safe and secure in the home

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to demonstrate responsibility towards own safety and security in the home environment.

Learners How could we keep safe and secure in the home?

Learners could demonstrate ways of keeping safe and secure in the home

MTP grade 1 page 66-67

 

Oral question on how to keep the school compound safe

 

 

2

Social environment

Child Rights and responsibilities in the family

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to identify rights of a child in a family

What are the rights of a child in the family?

Learners could identify child rights in a family (right to a name, nutrition, shelter, schooling and play).

MTP grade 1 page 66-69

 

Oral questions on child rights and responsibilities.

 

 

3

Social environment

Child Rights and responsibilities in the family

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to perform the responsibilities of a child in a family;

What are the responsibilities of a child in the family?

Learners could identify responsibilities of a child in a family

MTP grade 1 page 70

 

Oral questions on child rights and responsibilities

 

 

4

Social environment

Child Rights and responsibilities in the family

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to perform the responsibilities of a child in a family;

What are the responsibilities of a child in the family?

Learners could identify responsibilities of a child in a family

MTP grade 1 page 71

 

Oral questions on child rights and responsibilities

 

 

5

Social environment

Child Rights and responsibilities in the family

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to develop a sense of responsibility for family social cohesion.

What are the responsibilities of a child in the family?

In groups, learners could complete a postcard on responsibilities of a child in a family

MTP grade 1 page 71-74

 

Oral questions on child rights and responsibilities

 

8

1

Social environment

Meeting family needs.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to state basic needs in a family

What are basic family needs?

Learners could state some of the basic family needs (food, water and shelter

MTP grade 1 page 75

 

Oral questions on basic family needs

 

 

2

Social environment

Meeting family needs.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to explain ways in which parents or guardians Meeting basic family needs;

How can parents or guardians Meeting basic family needs?

Learners could fill printable age appropriate forms on basic family needs

MTP grade 1 page 75-77

 

Oral questions on ways in which parents or guardians Meeting basic family needs

 

 

3

Social environment

Meeting family needs.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to explain ways in which parents or guardians Meeting basic family needs;

How can parents or guardians Meeting basic family needs?

Learners could identify how parents or guardians

Meeting basic family needs (farming, employment and business).

MTP grade 1 page 78-79

 

Oral questions on ways in which parents or guardians Meeting basic family needs

 

 

4

Social environment

Meeting family needs.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to appreciate the efforts of parents or guardians in Meeting family needs.

How can parents or guardians Meeting basic family needs?

Learners could sign or sing songs and recite poems or rhymes on how parents or guardians Meeting basic family needs.

MTP grade 1 page 78-79

 

Oral questions on ways in which parents or guardians Meeting basic family needs

 

 

5

Social environment

Enterprise Projects: Ways of generating money in the family.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to Identifying forms of money

How could we make money rightfully?

Learners to state forms of money

MTP grade 1 page 80-81 Money( notes and coins)

Oral  question on forms of money

 

9

1

Social environment

Ways of generating money in the family.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to identify ways of generating money rightfully in the family;

How could we make money rightfully?

Learners could be guided to identify how families generate money.

MTP grade 1 page 82 Money( notes and coins)

Oral  question on identify ways of generating money rightfully in the family;

 

 

2

Social environment

Ways of generating money in the family.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to Identifying thing that are at home that can be used to generate income.

Making money from things found in the home

Learners could be guided to identify how families generate money.

MTP grade 1 page 83 Money( notes and coins)

Oral  question on identify ways of generating money rightfully in the family;

 

 

3

Social environment

Ways of generating money in the family.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to demonstrate awareness of rightful ways of generating money to promote good citizenship

Making money from things found in the home

In groups, learners could discuss rightful ways of generating money.

Using case stories, learners could identify various ways of generate money rightfully.

MTP grade 1 page 84 Money( notes and coins)

Oral  question on identify ways of generating money rightfully in the family;

 

 

4

Social environment

Ways of generating money in the family.

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to Appreciate genuine ways of generating money as good citizens.

Making money from things found in the home

Learners could be guided to find out more from parents or guardians on rightful ways of earning money.

MTP grade 1 page 85 Money( notes and coins)

Oral  question on identify ways of generating money rightfully in the family;

 

 

5

Social environment

Exploring the environment for appropriate income generating activities

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to identify income generating activities for the family;

What activities could generate income for the family?

Learners could suggest an income generating activity at home.

MTP grade 1 page 85 Money( notes and coins)

Oral  question on identify ways of generating money rightfully in the family;

 

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END TERM ASSESSMENT AND CLOSING

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