Complete Disaster Aware and Prepare Curriculum for Primary School aimed specifically at Low Income Countries

This is a work in progress and more resources will be added over time!

These resources have been developed with flexibility in mind in terms of how they are delivered. You know your students’ strengths and weaknesses as well as their ability with both literacy and numeracy and what they respond well to in your classroom.

The curriculum is intended to challenge and stimulate your students as well as helping you to develop your own pedagogy and enhance your own teaching skills. Each lesson lays out the learning objectives for that particular lesson as well as the materials and steps required to achieve this. It is essential that you as the teacher read through and prepare these lessons in advance of teaching them as the preparation may require you to make something from the teachers resource booklet or bring in an essential ingredient (such as a small amount of flour) in order to be able to deliver the lesson effectively and to maximize the learning potential of your students.

Each part of the lesson has timings next to each task. These are there as a guideline and if students are fully engaged in a task and need more time, use your judgement as some task mays need less time while some need less. The evaluation tasks at the end of each lesson are important as a way of cementing knowledge or as a way of leading into the next lesson.

Justin Sharpe. www.edu4drr.org

Lesson One: Learning about the water cycle.

Lesson Plan L1 WaterCycle.doc

Teacher_Resouce_1a_Water_Cycle_Song.docx

Teachers_Resource_1_b_Answers_The_water_cycle_match_game.doc

Student Resources:

Resource_1a_Young_kids_water_cycle_storyboard.docx

Resource_1b_Graphic_ideas_for%20lesson.docx

Resource%201c%20How%20does%20the%20water%20cycle%20work.docx

Resource_1d_water_cycle_cards.docx

Resource1e_water_cycle_matching_game.docx

The%20Water%20Cycle.pdf

Lesson 2 Why the land floods

Lesson_plan_2_Why%20the%20Land_Floods.docx


Student Resources:

Resource_2a_Student_Activity_Why_does%20the%20Land%20Flood.docx

Lesson 3 How floods can harm.

Lesson_plan_3_how_floods_can_harm.docx

Flooding_A_teachers_glossary.docx

Flood_dangers_solutions_matrix.docx


Student Resources:

Resource_3a_Flood_L3_dangers_solutions_mobile_resource.docx

Lesson 4 Preparing for Flooding

Lesson_Plan_4_%20Preparing_for_flooding.docx

drr_kids_finger-puppets.jpg

Teacher_Resource_4b_Flood_prep_puppet_show_script.docx


Student Resources:

4_a_Student_Worksheet.docx

Lesson 5: How fires occur!

Lesson_Plan_5_Fire_What_can_cause_fires.docx

Teacher_Resource_5_fire_triangle_labels.docx

Teacher_resource_word_bank_fire_triangle.docx


Student Resources:

Resource_5a_fire_triangle_activity.docx

Resource_5b_fire_triangle_activity.docx

Resource_5c_Stop_Fires_Before_They_Start.docx

Lesson Six: Fire Safety and Evacuation.

Lesson_6_Fire_Safety_and_Evacuation.docx

L6_Teacher_resource_mime_cards.docx


Student Resources:

Resource_6a_blank_mime_cards.docx

Resource_6b_Fire_evacuation_map.docx

IMAGES:

crawl_blank.jpg

crawl_under_smoke_blank.jpg

dont_hide_blank.jpg

fire_blank.jpg

fire_drill_blank.jpg

fire_fighter_blank.jpg

follow_blank.jpg

get_down_blank.jpg

go_outside_blank.jpg

leave_things_behind_blank.jpg

meeting_place_blank.jpg

sit_blank.jpg

Lesson Seven: Fire Safety in and around the home!

Lesson_plan_fire_safety%20at_home.docx

Lesson_7_Teachers_guide.docx

Editable_firesafety-certificate.doc


Student Resources:

7a_student%20activity.docx

7b_student%20activity.docx

7c_student%20activity.docx

7d_student_activity_CERTIFICATE.doc

IMAGES:

stop_drop_roll.jpg

floor_plan_grid.jpg

missing_words_blank.jpg

Lesson 8: Diseases and Germs

Lesson_plan_diseases.docx

teachers_resource_8.docx

IMAGES:

soap_hygiene_words_BLANK_for_translation.jpg

soap_hygiene_words_ENGLISH.jpg

Lesson 9: Dangers of Dengue Fever

Lesson_Plan_L9_Dengue_Fever.docx

Teacher_Resource_9_Mosquito_facts_dengue_tag_instructions.docx

Mosquito_Maths.docx


Student Resources:

Resource_9_a_Mosquito_dot_to_dot.docx

Resource_9_b_Mosquito_protection.docx

IMAGES:

how_to_protect_right_wrong.jpg

reminder_mosquito_pic.jpg

mosquito_life_cycle.jpg

what_female_mosquito_s_eat.jpg

mosquito_maze.jpg

Lesson 10 and 11: Malaria Prevention!

Lesson_plan_10_Malaria_prevention_home.docx

L10_Teacher_Resources_Malaria_prevention.docx

Student Resources:

Resource_10a_Malaria_The_preventable_disease.docx

Resource_10_b_Malaria_match_up_game.docx

Resource_10_c_finger_puppets.docx

Resource_10_d_puppet_play_script_outline.docx

Resource_10_e_keeping_grounds_clear_from_mosquitos.docx

IMAGES:

finger_puppets.jpg

symptoms.jpg

TEACHER_finger_puppets.jpg

Lesson 11: Malaria Prevention at Home!

Lesson_plan_11_Malaria_prevention_home.docx

(NOTE: Some of the resources for this lesson are included as documents and images from the prior lesson - see above)

Lesson 12: Lightning Storms and Safety

Lesson_plan_12_Learning_about_Lightning.docx

Teacher_Resources_Lightning_Storms.docx

Student Resources:

Resource_12_a_lightning_formation.docx

Resource_12_b_lightning_crouch.docx

Lesson 13: The dangers of Hail!

Lesson_plan_13_Learning_about_Hailstorms.docx

Teachers_Resource_Hail_formation.docx

Teachers_Resource_Hail_Storm_Game.docx

Student Resources:

Resource_13_a_hail_mystery.docx

Resource_13_b_hail_formation_dangers.docx

Lesson 14: Earthquakes!

Lesson_plan_14_learning_about_earthquakes.docx

Teacher_Resource_14_earthquakes.docx

Student Resources:

Resource_14_a_earthquake_myth_cards.docx

Resource_14_b_earthquake_science.docx

Lesson 15: Earthquake Safety

Lesson_plan_15_earthquake_safety.docx

Teacher_Resource_15_earthquake_safety.docx

Classroom_Checklist_for_earthquake_safety.docx

Student Resources:

Resource_15_a_Earthquake_Safety.docx

Lesson 16: Earthquake Preparation!

Lesson_plan_16_earthquake_preparation.docx

Teachers_resource_16_Earthquake%20hazard_spotting.docx

Student Resources:

Resource_16_a_earthquake_hazard_hunts.docx

Lesson 17: Emergency Go-Bags!

Lesson_plan_17_Go_bags.docx

Teacher_resources_disaster_kit.docx

Student Resources:

Resource_17_a_memory_game.docx

Lesson 18: Mapping Hazards in Your Community.

Lesson_plan_18_hazard_mapping.docx

Teacher_resources_mapping_hazards_and_safety.docx

Student Resources:

Resource_18_a_mapping_hazards_and_safety_spots.docx

IMAGES:

hazard_mapping_legend.jpg

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