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Civic Education First Term Examination Questions 2019/2020 Session – Junior Secondary School (JSS 1, JSS 2, JSS 3)

EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

   1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    CIVIC EDUCATION                        CLASS:  J.S.S 3

ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS IN PART A & B

PART A:  OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

  1. What could be the consequences of non-performing our obligation?  (a) violence  (b) chaos   (c) lawlessness and disharmony  (d) all of the above
  2. _________is the feeling one has as a member of a particular nation  (a) national interest  (b)national sympathy  (c) national love  (d) national consciousness
  3. _______refers to the characteristics by which a nation can be recognized  (a) national consciousness  (b) national identity  (c) national passport  (d)natural resources
  4. Which of these is not among the Nigerian National symbols? (a) the national anthem  (b) the coat of arms  (c) the national flag  (d) the Nigerian Army
  5. The white colour in the Nigerian National flag represent  (a) people  (b) development                     (c) purity  (d) unity
  6. The national pledge emphasized the following except  (a) insincerity  (b)  honesty  (c) loyalty (d)faithfulness
  7. Who wrote the new National Anthe?  (a) Prof. Akin Euba  (b) Emmanuel Odiase  (c)Taiwo Akinkunmi  (d) Mr. Ugochukwu Daniel
  8. How can individuals and groups promote National unity?  (a) through discrimination             (b) through tolerance  (c) through non-adherence to peace effort  (d) None of the above
  9. Where did democracy originate from?  (a) Nigeria  (b) America  (c) Greece  (d)Britain
  10. A document that contains the rules and regulation that govern a society, an organization or a country is known as ________(a) constitution  (b) democracy  (c) identity card  (d) national symbols
  11. All these are soruces of constitution except _______(a) daily times  (b) judicial decision and precedents  (c) customs and belief  (d) convention
  12. Human rights abuse includes _______(a) denial of press freedom  (b) imprisonment without fair hearing and trial  (c) prevention from voting and being voted for at election  (d) all of the above
  13. Which of these is not a way of preventing the abuse of human right?  (a) the mass media  (b) violence  (c) public opinion  (d) the court
  14. Integrity means _________(a) Good sense of belonging  (b) a good boy  (c) A sense of strong moral standard about life and situation  (d) to be physically strong
  15. One of the attributes of integrity is ________(a) contentment  (b) acceptance  (c) allowance (d)doggedness

PART B:  FILL IN THE GAPS.

  1. The law making body is the __________________________________
  2. The upper chamber of the legislature at the federal level is the ________________________
  3. The senate has ________________-members
  4. _______________means telling the truth all the time
  5. The belief in one’s ability to do certain things by oneself without necessarily relying on other people is called ________________________________

PART C:  THEORY

Answer only 4 questions from this section

1a.       Explain the meaning of right attitudes to work (2 marks)

b.         List and explain four attributes of right attitude to work  (4 marks)

c.         Mention two importance of right attitude to work. (2 marks)

d.         state two consequences of not having right attitude to work (2 marks

2a.       What is negative behaviour? (2 marks)

b.         List and discuss foru types of negative behaviour  (4mrks)

c.         Mention four (4) effects of negative behaiour. (4 marks)

3i.        Briefly explain the following

a.         Population (2 marks)

b.         Census  (2 marks)

c.         Population census (2 marks)

ii)         State four importance of accurate national population census  (4 marks)

4a.       Explain the meaning of human rights (2 marks)

b.         List and explain 4 types of human rights (4 marks)

c.         List and discuss 4 (four) steps for the protection of human rights (4marks)

5a.       Explain the meaning of the rule of law (2 marks)

b.         List and explain four principles of rule of law  (4 marks)

c.         List 4 steps that canb e taken in protecting the rule of law (4 marks)

            EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION                                                                          CLASS:  J.S.S 2

ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS IN PART A & B

PART A:  OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

  1. Which of the following is NOT an importance of value?  (a) Amicable  (b) cooperation  (c) harmony  (d) dishonesty
  2. How many colorus are in a traffic light?  (a) 2  (b) 3  (c) 5  (d) 6
  3. The green colour in the traffic light indicates  (a) go  (b) get ready  (c) slow down  (d)stop
  4. The attributes of cooperation include the following EXCEPT  (a) caring for one another  (b)helping one another  (c) crating one another  (d) sharing idea, views or opinions
  5. Who is the present senate president  (a) Mr. Yakubu Dogara  (b) Dr. Bukola Saraki  (c)Mr. Akinwumi Ambode  (d) Professor Yemi Osinbajo
  6. One of these is an attribute of a man of integrity (a) wealth  (b) smartness  (c) holiness                (d) contentment
  7. A person who is content does not  (a)  work hard  (b)steal  (c) go beyond secondary school  (d) get to the position of a manger
  8. A courageous person has the following attributes except  (a) determination  (b) bravery  (c)boldness  (d) self centredness
  9. A man who saves a young lady from drowing displays  (a) financial courage  (b) physical courage  (c) moral courage  (d) spiritual courage
  10. Nigeria has __________tiers of government  (a) 3  (b) 2  (c) 4  (d) 5
  11. Franchise means the ___________(a) ability to control election  (b) act of committing atrocities during election  (c) right to conduct election  (d) right to vote in an election
  12. How many stanzas does the National Anthem have?  (a) one  (b) two  (c) three (d) four
  13. A political party’s programme is known as its _____________(a)constitution  (b) document  (c) decision  (d) manifestoes
  14. The following are ethnic groups that make Nigeria a nation except  (a) Hausa  (b)Kumasi  (c) Igbo  (d) Yoruba
  15. Lack of proper maintenance of vehicle can cause_________ (a) accident   (b) drunkenness  (c) reckless driving  (d) over speeding

PART B:

Complete the following sentences.

  1. Nigeria has _____________________;local government
  2. President Muhammed Buhari is from __________state in Nigeria 
  3. Proprietor of             EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS is Mr._______________________________________
  4. ______________________is the state of endurance under difficulty circumstances
  5. _______________________is an organ of government that deals with the interpretation of law.

PART C:  THEORY

Attempt 4 questions ONLY

1a.       What is integrity?  (2 marks)

b.         Mention and explain three attributes of integrity (3 marks)

c.         Mention three importance of integrity  (3 marks)

d.         List two consequences of lack of integrity (2 marks)

2a.       What is contentment?

b.         Discuss five attributes of contentment  (5marks)

c.         Mention three effects of lack of contentment on the society (3 marks)

3a.       What is discipline?

b.         List six attributes  of discipline (6 marks)

c.         Discuss two consequences of indiscipline on the individual and the society (2 mrks)

4a.       Define courage (2 marks)

b.         Explain four types of courage  (4marks

c.         Mention and explain four (4) attributes of courageous persons (4 marks)

5a.       Explain the meaning of federation (2 marks)

b.         State two advantages of federation (2 marks)

c.         Mention the three tiers of government in Nigeria (3 marks)

d.         Mention three problems of Nigeria federation (3marks)

            EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    CIVIC EDUCATION                                                                      CLASS:  J.S.S 1

ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS IN PART A & B

PART A:  OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

  1. A good citizen should stand at attention whenever the national __________is being sang                 (a) anthem  (b) music  (c) Muslim’s song  (d) Christians song
  2. Who is the National chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission                            (a) Professor Atthirn Jega  (b) Professor Ime Ewa  (c) Professor Mamud Yakubu  (d) Professor Manrice Iwu
  3. At what age is one qualified to vote in an election in Nigeria  (a) sixteen  (b) eighteen  (c)twelve  (d)thirty
  4. One of the following factors that promote good values is _______(a) good leadership                    (b) illiteracy  (c) infidelity  (d) unfaithfulness
  5. The following are qualities of a good citizen EXCEPT    (a) hard work  (b) partiality                      (c) loyalty  (d) patriotism 
  6. Which of the following is not a good value?  (a) Honesty  (b) discipline  (c) integrity                     (d) cheating
  7. The following are self-employed Except  (a) carpentry  (b) fashion designing  (c) tailoring  (d)civil service
  8. The following are the duties and obligations of a citizen EXCEPT  (a) loyalty to constituted authority  (b) loyalty to other countries  (c) obedience to the laws  (d) voting during election
  9. The following are functions of a good leader, EXCEPT  (a) defending his group  (b) initiating actions for members of his group  (c) loyalty to his group  (d)misleading members of his group
  10. All the following are examples of values EXCEPT  (a) laziness  (b) discipline  (c) hard work  (d) commitment
  11. _________means telling the truth all the time  (a) cooperation  (b) values  (c) honesty  (d)discipline
  12. One of the consequences of dishonesty is _________(a) reward  (b) approval  (c) promotion  (d)shame
  13. A true and legal member of a country or society is called  (a) citizen  (b) patriot (c)president  (d) police
  14. The collective effort to achieve something for the benefit of all is called ______(a)attitude  (b)belief  (c)custom  (d)cooperation
  15. The security agents which monitors the nation’s imports and exports is the __________(a)police  (b) army  (c) customs  (d) the environmental task force

PART B

Complete the following sentences

  1.  ___________is the natural ability to do something well
  2. ______________is the ability to overlook the faults or weakness of others
  3. The ability to treat everybody equally, irrespective of their differences like sex, complexion, language, culture etc is known as ______________________________
  4. A polite behaviour towards somebody is _____________________________
  5. The name of Nigeria Vice President is ___________________________________________

PART C:  THEORY

Attempt 4 questions only

1a.       Define civic education

b.         Give four reasons for studying civic education in schools. (4 marks)

c.         Mention four importance of civic education (4 marks)

2a.       Define values  (2marks)

b.         State four importance of values (4 marks)

c.         List and explain (4) factors that promote good value system.  (4 marks)

3a.       Define honesty  (2 marks)

b.         List and explain four attribute of honesty (4 marks)

c.         Outline four consequences of dishonesty  (4 marks)

4a.       What is cooperation?  (2 marks)

b.         List and explain five types of  cooperation

c.         Mention three factors that promote cooperation  (3 marks)

5a.       What is the meaning of self-reliance  (2marks)

b.         In what five ways can one becomes self-reliant

c.         Mention three benefits of self-reliance to an individual (3 marks)

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