2022/2023 Third Term Civic Education Scheme Of Work For SS1

civic scheme of work

UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR CIVIC EDUCATION

CLASS: SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL ONE

TERM: THIRD-TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEKTOPICCONTENTBEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVEINSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALSTEACHER’S ACTIVITIESLEARNERS’ ACTIVITIES
1Importance of citizenship education1. skills necessary for the preservation of our traditions, customs, beliefs, etc. in Nigeria 2. How to promote national consciousness, national integrity, and unityLearners should be able to 1. list the skills required for the promotion of our traditions, beliefs, etc. 2. say how to promote consciousnesses, integrity, and unity1. pictures or photographs of citizens at functions e.g. elections, environmental sanitation 2. Artifacts and drawings of objects of traditional customs, etc.    1. Demonstrate skills necessary for the preservation of traditions, customs, beliefs, etc. 2. list and explain what promotes national consciousness, integrity, and unity1. Act plays or dramas on the preservation of traditions, customs, beliefs, etc. 2. demonstrates what promotes national consciousness, integrity, and unity
2.Capitalist democracy1. meaning of capitalist democracy and its characteristics. 2. competition for power among political parties e.g. campaigns manifestoes, etc.Learners should be able to: 1. Define and explain capitalist democracy and its characteristics. 2. Describe how political parties compete for power through elections1. pictures and photographs of members in the house of senate and house of representative 2. porters of labor leaders protesting unemployment1. Explain the meaning of capitalist democracy and its characteristics 2. leads the student in seeing how political parties compete for power1. listen and ask questions on capitalist democracy and its characteristics. 2. dramatize competition for power among political parties
3Capitalist democracy1. Importance of employment in alleviating poverty. 2. factors that promote guaranteed employment, e.g. Free education and medical care, responsible governance, popular participation, etc. Learners should be able to: 1. explain how employment can alleviate poverty. 2. Describe factors that promote guaranteed employment, free education, and medical care.    1. Posters of labor leaders protesting unemployment 2. Photographs of people suffering from diseases associated with poor feeding  1. Explain to the students how employment can alleviate poverty. 2. explain the importance of responsible governance and popular participation in promoting guaranteed employment, etc.1. organize a drama to show employment alleviates poverty. 2. listen attentively and take down the note  
4Political Apathy1. meaning of political apathy in its various forms, e.g. refusal to register and vote, refusal to protest against rigging 2. reasons for political apathy, e.g. bad governance, unfulfilled political promises, rigging, etc.The learner should be able to: 1. political apathy 2. mention various forms of political apathy 3. Give reasons for political apathy1. posters during election 2. party manifestos where available1. Defines the meaning of apathy and explain its forms. 2. explain the reasons for political apathy1. listen and ask questions about political apathy in its forms. 2. answer questions on why people fail to register and take part in the protest.  
5Political apathy (contd)1. How to stop political apathy 2. meanings of recalls 3. why leaders refuse to protect the interest of their followers  4. How to control leaders that fail to protect followers in their communitiesLearners should be able to: 1. Explain how to stop political apathy 2. Explain the meaning of recalls 3. State why leaders refuse to protect the interest of their followers 4. Explain how to control leaders that fail to protect followers in their communities1. Photograph of people lining up to vote. 2. Photographs of a political leader at rallies1. Explain how to stop political apathy. 2. State why leaders refuse to protect the interest of their followers. 3. Explain how to control leaders that fail to protect followers in their communities1. listen and ask questions on how to control leaders that fail to protect followers in their communities. 2. answer questions on why leaders refuse to protect the interest of their followers
6Popular participation1. meaning of popular participation 2. Factors that promote popular participation 3. the reason why people do not participate in politics eg. Economics, discrimination, illiteracy, etc.Learners should be able to: 1. Define popular participation 2. Explain the factors that promote popular participation 3. Give reasons why people do not participate in politics1. posters of political parties’ campaign rallies 2. manifestoes of political parties. 3. Diagrams and photographs1. defines popular participation 2. Gives reasons why people do not participate1. Answer questions from the teacher 2. Explain why people do not fully participate
7Popular participation (contd)1. How popular organizations are formed. 2. Roles of popular organizations in the developmentLearners should be able to: 1. Describe how popular organizations are formed. 2. State the roles of popular organizations in the development1. Diagrams and photographs1. Illustrate to show popular organizations are formed. 2. List the roles of popular organizations in the development1. act out how popular organizations are formed. 2. list the role of popular organizations in the development
8Human rights1. Meaning and examples of human rights. 2. History of human rights and 1948 declaration of human rights. 3. Limitations of Human rights e.g. War, EmergencyLearners should be able to: 1.  Define human rights, 2. Explains the history of human rights and the 1948 declaration of human rights 3. identity what may lead to limitations of human rights  1. posters 2. Diagrams 3. Photographs1. Explain the meaning of human rights. 2. Explain the history of human rights and the 1948 declaration of human rights. 3. Explain some examples of human rights limitation1. Describe what happens during an emergency. 2. state ways of reducing emergency
9Human rights (contd)Meaning of emergency 1. What happens during an emergency 2. Ways of reducing emergencyLearners should be able to: 1. Describe what happens during the emergency period. 2. Explain ways of reducing emergency1. photographs 2. posters 3. Diagrams1. Describes what happens during an emergency. 2. Explains ways of reducing emergency1. Describe what happens during an emergency. 2. state ways of reducing emergency  
10Drug use and abuse1. meaning of drug use and abuse. 2. types of drugs that can be abused and how they are abusedLearners should be able to: 1. Define drug and drug abuse. 2. Identify types of drugs and how they are abused1. Samples from drug law enforcement agencies. 2. photographs and pictures of victims of drug abuse1. Defines the meaning of drugs and drug abuse. 2. Brings to class examples of drugs that can be abused. 3. Demonstrates some of the behaviors of addicts1. Listen to teachers and ask questions 2. Examine the types of drugs brought by the teachers 3. act on some of the behaviors of the addicts
11Drug use and abuse (contd)1. Signs and symptoms of drug abuse e.g. depression, violence 2. Behaviors of Drug Addicts 3. Agencies against drug abuse NDLEA, NAFDAC. 4. Ways of preventing drug abuseLearners should be able to: 1. Describe the symptoms of the drug 2. Demonstrate some behaviors of an addict 3. List functions of NDLEA 4. State ways of preventing drug abuse1. Poster showing drug addicts 2. photographs 3. Video clips1. shows pictures or photographs of symptoms of drug abuse. 2. Explains the behavior of addicts1. Examine and discuss the pictures and photographs of drug abuse. 2. Describe some behavior of an addict
12Revision and examination     

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