JSS 1 Social Studies (1st, 2nd & 3rd Term)

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BENEFITS OF CONTACT AND NON-CONTACT SPORTS

BENEFITS OF CONTACT SPORTS It builds up muscles and aids physical fitness. It develops endurance skills, self-confidence and self-reliance. It improves body mobility, agility and flexibility. It promotes stamina. It also corrects bad postures. BENEFITS OF NON-CONTACT SPORTS It improves concentration and mental focus. It builds self-esteem and confidence. It provides means of recreation. It

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CONTACT AND NON-CONTACT SPORTS

Contact Sports are sports that involve body contact between players or opponents as part of the play. Contact actions include tackling, pulling, blocking etc. Contact Sports include the following. Wrestling Judo Football Boxing Hockey Ice hockey Water polo Karate Basketball Taekwondo etc. NON-CONTACT SPORTS Non-contact sports are sports in which the players or opponents are

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Social Studies

ADAPTABILITY

Adaptability can be defined as the ability to adjust oneself to different conditions in the environment. An individual can respond to changes in their environment. Example of adaptability is a student from citadel secondary school oke-Ibadan, oyo state resuming for the second term in Elias Secondary School, ile-epo, Lagos state.  For her to be successful

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Social Studies

Uniqueness of Nigeria Culture

Culture can be defined as the total way of life of a particular group of people in a society. TYPES OF CULTURE Material Culture Non-material culture Material Culture: – These are tangible materials we can see physically produced by a society to meet people’s needs.  Such include cloth, cooking utensils, houses, food, artworks and crafts,

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Abstinence II

Skills and behaviours that enhance abstinence. Decision making: – A heart just like Joseph that says “For me to do this and sin against God, God forbid” should be the watchword of all youths and teenagers before marriage. Self-Control: – Self-discipline by allowing the spirit of God needs to be possessed by all youth. Knowledge

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Abstinence I

Abstinence is a deliberate decision not to engage in any form of sexual intercourse. Abstinence is the act of abstaining from all forms of sexual practices such as kissing, caressing, pecking, masturbation, writing love letters, unnecessary touching and feeling etc. It helps in preventing HIV/AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) and unwanted pregnancy. REASON FOR ABSTINENCE

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INFLUENCE OF MAN IN THE ENVIRONMENT

There are two major types of environment; they are; physical environment social environment Influence of man in the physical environment Construction activities: Some highlands have become landlords in the coves of constructing roads. Man has been able to construct bridges on rivers for easy movement. Example of this is the third mainland Bridge in Lagos

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SECONDARY SOCIAL GROUPS

This is a formal organization whose member are not related to one another but come together to achieve a common goal. Forums/types of secondary group Schools: These include primary schools secondary schools and tertiary institutions (Universities, polytechnics, colleges of education etc). Comprise: These are cooperate organizations that engages in trading and manufacturing activities. Examples are,

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FRIENDSHIP

This refers to intimate and lasting relationship between two or more people. It could be of either sex or the some sex but does not lead to immorality. Types of friendship Intimate or best friend: This type of friend slip has the ability of greatly of greatly infecting one’s decision, character and goal in life

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SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT | MEANING, TYPES, ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF MEMBER

Social environment refers to the cutting group of individuals and institutions with whom a person interacts. Such as customs, language, norms, dressing, primary groups, secondary groups, religious institutions, political institutions, educational institutions, economic institutions.   Social organizations Social organizations are people in the society who are well organized with characteristic pattern of relationship Primary group

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