Civic Education Scheme of Work for JSS1, JSS2, JSS3

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Scheme of Work on Civic Education for JSS Junior Secondary School

Civic Education Scheme of Work JSS1 Second Term

List of topic

Week 01 – Self Reliance I
Week 02 – Self Reliance II
Week 03 – Self Reliance III
Week 04 – Citizenship I
Week 05 – Citizenship II
Week 06 – Citizenship III
Week 07 – Citizenship IV
Week 08 -Rights and duties of Citizen I
Week 09 -Rights and duties of Citizen I

Civic Education Scheme of Work for JSS2 Third Term

List of topic

Week 01 – Democracy I
Week 02 – Democracy II
Week 03 – Pillars of Democracy II
Week 04 – Election and Voters Responsibilities I
Week 05 – Election and Voters Responsibilities II
Week 06 – Election and Voters Responsibilities III
Week 07 – Electoral Malpractices I
Week 08 – Electoral Malpractices II
Week 09 – Electoral Malpractices I

JSS 3 Civic Education Scheme of Work Third Term

List of topic

Week 01 – Democratic Process I
Week 02 – Democratic Process II
Week 03 – Democratic Process III
Week 04 – Democratic Process IV

Civic Education Scheme of Work for Junior Secondary School

Below is a broad JSS1 first term scheme of work week 1-6 showing Topic, Performance objective, Teacher activities, Teaching and Learning resources.
Civ. Education Teacher can teach with this, while student can used it to study and read ahead of class topic.

WKTOPICPERFORMANCE OBJECTIVESCONTENTTEACHER ACTIVITIESTEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCES
1Civic education meaning norms and moralsStudents should be able to: explain what is meant by civic education. state the norms and morals to make society last and survive.Meaning of civic education like rights and duties of a citizen. Benefits the individual enjoys as a citizen.(1) Leads the students to find out the meaning of civic education.Introductory texts on civic education.Books on civic education.
2Civic education Civic obligation and fundamental human rightsStudents should be able to: mention the civic obligations.identify fundamental human rights.The obligations like payment of taxes, obeying constituted authorities.Fundamental human rights like, right to life etc.Guide the students to mention the civic obligations.Guides the students to identify fundamental human rights.Students textbooks.Pictures of right to freedom of expression/worship.
3National Values IStudents should be able to: explain what is meant by value.mention some values in the society, e.g. co-operation self reliance, tolerance.Meaning of values e.g. like and dislike.Levels of manifestation of values: -individual -societyLeads the students to find out meaning of values.Explain how the society judges the individual.Introductory texts on values and values systems.Books on African proverbs and folk tales.
4National Values IIStudents should be able to: state the consequences of lack of value. identify some of ill values in the society.State certain bad characteristics like corruption, dishonesty, lack of hard work.Lack of peace high level of criminal activities.Leads class discussion on lack of value.Guides the students to identify bad characteristics in the society.Introductory textbooks on value.Posters of arrested criminals.
5National Values IIIStudents should be able to: distinguish between value and lack of value.list and explain three types of lack of value.Values are moral principles, while lack of value has no regard for values.Types of lack of value: -high level of insecurity -lack of respect from foreigners -political and religious riots.Guides students to discuss the values and lack of value in our society.Compile a list of wise sayings.Test books on value.African proverbs and sayings that promote values.
6National Values IVStudents should be able to: describe the level of manifestation of values.identify societal factors that promote good values.Importance of values in the society e.g. unity, co­operation harmonyFactors that promote value system eg. -Consistency -Trust -Tolerance -Fairness -Integrity -CommitmentUses case studies to guide students to analyze the importance.Guide student to identify factors that promote good value system.Moral instructional books. Posters and cartoons.
7National values: honesty IStudents should be able to: explain the meaning of honesty.state the attributes of honesty.Meaning of honesty: -being completely truthful. Attributes of honesty: -truth -trust -accountability -righteousness -selflessness -transparency.Guides discussion on: the meaning of honesty.Creates activities to help identify attributes of honesty.Books on moral instructions.Dictionary.Newspaper stories.
8National values:Students should be able(1) Benefits like:(1) Arranges for a(1) Documentaries
 honesty IIto: state the benefits of honesty.discuss the consequences of dishonesty.-honesty makes people believe in us. -it will lead to good elections and honest leaders. -it will lead to economic development of our country. -it will minimize crimes etc. (2) Consequences of dishonesty e.g. -Examination malpractice -Cheating -Fraudulent practices etc.guest to talk to the students about honesty. (2) Guides the students role play to demonstrate honest behaviour(2) Posters and cartoons.
9National values cooperation IStudents should be able to: explain cooperation.Describe the attributes of cooperation.Meaning of cooperation e.g. work together to achieve goal.Attributes e.g. sharing, caring supporting etc.Leads discussion on the meaning attributes and benefits of cooperation.Guides students in team activities.(1) Films newspapers, radio, TV programmes and dictionary
10National values cooperation IIStudents should be able to: identify factors that promote cooperation, trust, humility, patience, tolerance, open mindedness.state the benefits of cooperation.Factors that promote cooperation e.g. trust, setting goals together, patience understanding humility, tolerance open-mindedness etc.Benefits of cooperation. -Harmony -Progress -Goal achievement.Guides students to identify factors that promote cooperation.Arranges for a guest speaker to talk to the students about cooperation.Documentaries on ECOWAS, AU, UNO. Common wealth Olympic games etc.Posters.

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