FIRST TERM CIVIC EDUCATION SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY THREE (3)

WEEK 1 – 2:  COMPONENTS OF CIVIC EDUCATION, NATIONALITY, RIGHT AND DUTIES.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher briefly defines Civic Education as the study of the political rights and responsibilities of citizens and of the operations of government.
  2. She leads pupils to explain the meaning of components as: part or elements of civic Education.
  3. She now explains that nationality, rights and duties are components of civic education.
  4. She leads pupil to explain the meaning of nationality as: membership of a particular nation or state by origin, birth, naturalization, ownership, allegiance or otherwise.
  5. She define “right” as something  you are morally, legally or officially allowed to do or have e.g. right to life, right to vote and be voted for, etc.
  6. Teacher defines “duties” as things that people are supposed to perform for the benefit of the society e.g. payment of tax, etc.
  7. She leads pupils to mention examples of rights and duties.

PUPILS’ ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils listen to teacher’s explanation
  2. They participate in class discussion.
  3. Respond to teacher’s questions
  4. They defines the components of civic education.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Textbook
  • Writing materials

WEEK 3 – 4: COMPONENTS OF CIVIC EDUCATION; DEMOCRATIC PRACTICES, COMMUNITY VALUES.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher briefly look back at the “definition of component of civic education”
  2. She leads pupil to explain the meanings of practices democratic practices and community values.
  3. She defines democratic practices as a way by which people elect those who govern them or the practice by which people agree to do things in the same way.
  4. She defines community values as principles, standards and qualities that characterize the way we’d things. They are things we do and share because we are for others.
  5. She leads class discussion on democratic practices and community values.
  6. She displays a poster of where an election is taking place.

           PUPILS’ ACTIVITIES

  1. People participate in the revision exercise.
  2. They listen to teacher’s explanation.
  3. They respond to teacher’s questions
  4. They participate in class discussion
  5. They observe and comment on pictures and posters displayed.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Posters
  • Picture
  • Video clips

WEEK 5 – 6: DIMENTIONS OF CIVIC EDUCATION (Political, legal)

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher guides pupils on the meaning of “Dimensions of civic education.”
  2. She explains dimension from the context, to mean parts or features or ways of considering things.
  3. She describe political dimension to civic education as a very strong pillar. The political structure of a nation directly influences the level of civic education in a country.
  4. She further explains the “legal dimension” as rules and regulations or the constitution or rule of law that guide the operations of a government and citizens of a country.
  5. She organizes a class discussion on the political and legal dimensions.

           PUPILS’ ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils listen to teacher’s explanation.
  2. They respond to teacher’s questions
  3. They participate in class discussion

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Textbooks

WEEK 7: Mid-term’s Revision and Test

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES: Mid-term’s Revision and Test

PUPILS’ ACTIVITIES: Mid-term’s Revision and Test

WEEK 8 – 11: DIMENSIONS OF CIVIC EDUCAION, SOCIAL ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher briefly revisits the definition of dimension.
  2. She explains social dimension to civic education as interaction between people in a society as a political socialization.
  3. Economic dimension: teacher throw more light on the influence of economy on the operations of government. It deals with production, distribution and consumption of goods and services.
  4. Cultural Dimension: culture is the way of life of people. It plays a very important role in Civic education. Cultural beliefs of a society or nation determine the level of civic education.
  5. Teacher role plays situations that explains the dimension of civic education.
  6. She displays pictures of law court, political campaign, etc.

PUPILS’ ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils participate in the revision exercise
  2. They listens to teachers explanation
  3. They participate in class discussion
  4. They respond to teachers questions and ask questions.
  5. Observe pictures and posters.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

WEEK 12: REVISION AND EXAMINATION

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