Hygiene and Nutrition Schemes - Grade 3 Schemes of Work Term 2 2023

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Week Lesson Strand Theme Sub-Strand Specific Learning Outcomes Key Inquiry Questions Learning Experience Learning Resources Assessment Methods Reflection 
1 1 Health practices Care of toilets/ latrines and urinals By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: explains the procedure of cleaning a toilet, latrine or urinal in their environment How should we clean the toilet/latrine and urinal Learners are guided on how clean a toilet, latrine or urinal using demonstration and video clips Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 44 Toilet cleaning equipment  Materials video clips computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 
  2 Health practices Care of toilets/ latrines and urinals By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: appreciate the need for a clean toilet, latrine or urinal in their environment How should we clean the toilet/latrine and urinal In pairs, learner’s role play on how to clean a toilet, latrine or urinal. Learners are guided to visit the school ablution block and assess the level of cleanliness and report in class. Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 45 Toilet cleaning equipment  Materials video clips computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

2

1

Personal hygiene

Bed making

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: identify materialsused as beddings at home

What materials do we use as bedding?

In groups, learners are guided to identify the different bedding materials available at home using regalia, pictures and experience sharing.

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 47

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

 

2

Personal hygiene

Bed making

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: state the uses of different bedding materials at home

What materials do we use as bedding?

Learners are guided to state the use of different bedding materials available at home using pictures and regalia

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 48  

Bed

Beddings

Pictures of beddings

Computing devices

Observations

oral questions

 written questions

 

3

1

Personal hygiene

Bed making

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: make a bed using available beddings at home

What are the uses of the different bedding materials?

Learners are guided to make a bed using available material through a demonstration and video clips.

Learners practice how to make a bed

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 49

Bed

Beddings

Pictures of beddings

Computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

 

2

Personal hygiene

Bed making

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: state the importance of making a bed

Why is it important to make a bed?

Learners state the importance of making a bed (neatness, comfort, beauty, keep off dust, cleanliness)

Learners are guided to develop a checklist that they will use to help them make their bed on daily basis with the assistance of their parents/guardians/older siblings

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 49

Bed

Beddings

Pictures of beddings

Computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

4

1

Personal hygiene

Bed making

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: appreciate the need for a well-made bed

Why is it important to make a bed?

Play games on bed making using computing devices

Learners to sing songs and recite poems on making the bed

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 49

Bed

Beddings

Pictures of beddings

Computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

 

2

Personal hygiene

Prevention of parasites in and out of the body

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: name common external parasites found on the body

How do external and Internal parasites look like?

Learners name common body parasites

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 53

Pictures

Charts

video clips

computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

5

1

Personal hygiene

Prevention of parasites in and out of the body

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: identify common external parasite found on the body

Which parts of the body do they infest?

Learners identify common external body parasites (lice and jiggers) and where they are found in the body using pictures, video clips, charts

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 54

Pictures

Charts

video clips computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

 

2

Personal hygiene

Prevention of parasites in and out of the body

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: name common internal parasites found in the body

What leads to infestation of parasites on or in the body?

Learners name common internal body parasites

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 54

Pictures

Charts

video clips

computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

 

 

Personal hygiene

Prevention of parasites in and out of the body

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: identify common internal parasites found in the body

What are the effects of parasite infestation on and in the body?

Learners identify common internal body parasites (intestinal worms) using pictures, video clips and charts

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 54

Pictures

Charts

video clips

computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

6

1

Personal hygiene

Prevention of parasites in and out of the body

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

mention the causes of external and internal parasites in the body mention the effects of parasite infestation to the body

What are the effects of parasite infestation on and in the body?

Learners identify common internal body parasites (intestinal worms) using pictures, video clips and charts on and in the body

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book

Grade 3 pg. 56

Pictures Charts

video clips

computing devices

Observations oral questions  written questions

 

 

2

Personal hygiene

Prevention of parasites in and out of the body

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: state the importance of personal cleanliness in preventing internal and external parasites.  Practice personal cleanliness to prevent parasite infestation.

What can I do to prevent parasite infestation in the body?

Learners can watch a demonstration, video clips on good practices of personal cleanliness to prevent parasite infestation.

Learners can search other body parasites using computing devices

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 57

Pictures

Charts

video clips

computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

7

1

 

Personal hygiene

Personal hygiene during bed wetting

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: mention causes of bed wetting. State the effects of bed wetting

What are the reasons for bed wetting? What are the effects of bed wetting?

Learners will be guided to mention causes of bed wetting (drinking too much liquids before sleeping, dreaming, not able to control the bladder, feeling unwell).

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 62

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 63

Bed

bedding materials

charts

pictures

video clips

computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

 

2

Personal hygiene

Personal hygiene during bed wetting

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: state hygienic practices to observe during bed wetting.

Appreciate the importance of personal hygiene during bed wetting

How do we relate with those who bed wet?

The learners will listen to stories and share experiences on bed wetting.

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 64

Bed

bedding materials

charts

pictures

video clips

computing devices

Observations

oral questions 

written questions

 

8

1

Foods

Eating Habits and Values

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: name foods available in our community

Which foods are available in our community?

learners are guided to identify foods available in their community through brainstorming, pictures, buzz groups, video clips

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg 69-

Pictures

charts 

video clips

 

 

 

2

Foods

Eating Habits and Values

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: Give reasons for not eating certain foods available in the community. Appreciate reasons for not eating certain types of foods

Why do some members of the community avoid eating certain foods? How should we handle members of the community who do not eat certain foods?

Learners are guided to mention reasons why some members of the community do not eat certain foods (health, religion, personal preferences, culture, availability) through experience sharing, discussion, buzz groups Learners role play on how to handle a person who does not eat certain food available in their community

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 70-71

Pictures

charts 

video clips

oral questions

observation

 

9

1

Food 

Food Etiquette

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: Identify good table manners to observe when taking meals. Practice good table manners when taking meals.

 

Which are the good table manners?

learners are guided to identify good table manners (eating with mouth closed, not talking while eating, not placing elbow on the table, washing hands before eating, not picking nose or teeth while at the table, not stretching your hand to pick table condiments or food, correct use of cutlery and crockery, eating with the pace of the others, keeping low tone when conversing with others at the table) through discussion, pictures, video clips and storytelling. Learners role play good table manners

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg. 72-73

Pictures charts  video clips regalia of food relevant pictures videos clips computing devices

oral questions

oral reports

observation

 

 

2

Food 

Food Etiquette

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: Appreciate the importance of practicing good table manners when taking meals.

How should we behave when taking meals

In pairs, learners are guided to assess each other’s table manners during snack and meal times in school.

Learners can take pictures or record on table manners using computing devices and share in class.

Everyday Hygiene and Nutrition, Learner’s Book Grade 3 pg 72-73

Pictures charts  video clips regalia of food, relevant pictures videos clips computing devices

oral questions

oral reports

observation

 

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END OF TERM ASSESSMENT AND CLOSING

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