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Scheme of Work on Civic Education for SSS Senior Secondary School
Table of Contents
- 1 Civic Education Scheme of Work SS1 Third Term
- 2 Civic Education Scheme of Work for SS2 Second Term
- 3 SS3 Civic Education Scheme of Work Second Term
- 4 Civic Education Scheme of Work for Senior Secondary School
- 5 Download Free Civic Edu. Scheme of Work
- 6 How to Download Civic Edu Scheme of Work for SS 1-3
Civic Education Scheme of Work SS1 Third Term
List of topic
Week 01 – Responsibility of individuals and groups in maintaining human rights [UDHR]
Week 02 – Responsibilities of Government in maintaining human right.
Week 03 – Cultism I
Week 04 – Cultism II
Week 05 – Cultism III
Week 06 – Orderliness
Week 07 – Human Trafficking I
Week 08/09 – Human Trafficking II
Week 10 – Human Trafficking III
Civic Education Scheme of Work for SS2 Second Term
List of topic
Week 01 – Pressure Group
Week 02 – Popular participation II
Week 03 – Human rights I
Week 04 – Human rights II
Week 05 – Human rights III
Week 06 – Human rights IV
Week 07 – Drug Abuse
Week 08 – Effect of drugs and drug abuse
Week 09 – Prevention of drug abuse
Week 10 – Drug Law enforcement and administration.
SS3 Civic Education Scheme of Work Second Term
List of topic
Week 01 – Rule of Law I
Week 02 – Rule of Law II
Week 03 – Constitutional Democracy I
Week 04 – Constitutional Democracy II
Week 05 – Constitutional Democracy III
Week 06 – Human Trafficking I
Week 07 – Human Trafficking II
Week 08 – Human Trafficking III
Civic Education Scheme of Work for Senior Secondary School
Below is a broad SSS1 third term scheme of work week 1-8 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.
|WK||TOPIC||PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES||CONTENT||TEACHER ACTIVITIES|
|1.||Responsibility of individuals and groups in maintaining human rights [UDHR]||Students should be able to: list the roles of some individuals and groups advocating for human right.||Role of individuals and groups e.g. advocacy through prints, electronic media, awareness campaigns etcExamples of individual e.g. Gani Fawerimi, Femi Falana etc.Examples of groups NGO’s, NUJ, Amnesty international etc.||Guides students to state the roles of individuals and groups advocating for human right.|
|2||Responsibilities of Government in maintaining human right.||Students should be able to: list the roles of Government in maintaining human right.||Establishment of agencies e.g. legal aid council, UBE, NAPEP, TIO, NAPTIP etc.||Leads students to mention some of the Government establishment agencies.|
|3.||Cultism I||Students should be able to: define cultism.identify the different cult groups and their symbols.state the origin of cult.list reasons for cult groups.||Meaning of cultism.Different cult groups [especially in schools] e.g. Black Axe, Buccaneers, Eiye etc.Origin of cultism.||Guides students to define cultism.Leads students to state the different cult groups.Leads students to state the origin of cult.|
|Cultism II||Students should be able to: state the consequences of cultism.list the reasons for joining cult.||Reasons for joining cult e.g. the urge and desire to be important, to look tough, sense of security etc.Girls in cult.Consequences of cultism e.g. expulsion, ,murder, untimely death etc||Explains the reasons for joining cult.Guides students to discuss girls in cult.Analyses the consequences of cultism.|
|5||Cultism III||Students should be able to: state four preventive measures against cultism.||1. Preventive measures against cultism e.g. abiding in rules and regulations, studying hard, faith in God as a protector etc||Guides students on ways to prevent cultism.|
|6||Orderliness||Students should be able to: define orderliness.mention examples of orderliness.||Meaning of orderliness.Examples in the society e.g. listening skills, driving skills. Decorum, queuing culture etc.||Leads students to define orderliness and mention some examples.|
|7||Human Trafficking||Students should be able to: define human trafficking.state the causes of human trafficking.universal causes of human trafficking.||Meaning of human trafficking.Causes of trafficking e.g. poverty, greed, corruption, low self esteem etc.Universal causes of human trafficking e.g. lack of public awareness of dangers of trafficking, lack of effective anti trafficking legislations etc.||Guides students to define human trafficking.Leads students to mention the causes of human trafficking.Guides students to state the universal causes of human trafficking.|
|8 & 9||Human Trafficking II||Students should be able to: define human trafficking.state the causes of human trafficking.universal causes of human trafficking.||Causes of human trafficking e.g. abject poverty, lack of political, social and economic stability etc.Causes of human trafficking from countries, origin of destination.||Guides students to list the causes of human trafficking from countries of origin.|
|10||Human Trafficking III||Students should be able to: state the effect of human trafficking.list the consequence of human trafficking.||Effects and consequences of human trafficking e.g. death, unwanted pregnancy, loss of man power, drug and alcohol addiction etcGovernment and individual effort to stop human trafficking e.g. NATIP, Enactment of law, Roles of NGO’s like WATCLEF.||Guides students to mention the efforts of government and individuals in stopping human trafficking.Leads students to state the consequences of human trafficking.|
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