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GOVERNMENT SCHEME OF WORK FIRST TERM – SS1 -SS3

SS 1 FIRST TERM’S GOVERNMENT SCHEME OF WORK FOR SSS 1

Week 1:  Definition of the Subject Matter (Government).

Week 2:BASIC CONCEPT OF GOVERNMENT

  • Power
  • Authority
  • Legitimacy
  • Sovereignty

Week 3

  • Democracy: Meaning and features.
  • Political culture.
  • Political socialization.

Week 4

  • Political participation.
  • Communalism.
  • Feudalism.

Week 5: BASIC CONCEPTS OF GOVERNMENT (CONTINUED):

  • Capitalism.
  • Socialism.

Week 6: BASIC CONCEPT OF GOVERNMENT (CONTINUED):

  • Communism.
  • Fascism.
  • Totalitarianism.

Week 7: TYPES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF GOVERNMENT

  • Unitary system of Government (meaning, characteristics, merits and demerits).

Week 8: TYPES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF GOVERNMENT

  • Parliamentary system of Government.
  • Presidential system of Government.
  • Comparison of Parliamentary system and presidential system of Government.

Week 9: TYPES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF GOVERNMENT (CONTINUED):

  • The confederal system of Government.
  • The monarchical system of Government.
  • Comparison of federalism and confederalism.

Week 10: Organs of Government.

Week 11 – 12 Revision/Examination.


SS 2 FIRST TERM’S GOVERNMENT SCHEME OF WORK

Week 1: CIVIL SERVICE

  • Meaning/definition
  • Characteristics
  • Structure.
  • Functions.
  • Control
  • Problems.

Week 2: PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION IN THE CIVIL SERVICE

  • Meaning of Civil Service Commission
  • Functions of the Civil Service Commission.
  • The Relationship between the civil service and the political executive.

Week 3: PUBLIC CORPORATION

  • Definition.
  • Reasons for the establishment of public corporation.
  • Functions of public corporation.

Week 4: STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION OF PUBLIC CORPORATION

  • Minister as a political head.
  • Board of Director.
  • Management.
  • Comparison of the organisation.

Week 5: CONTROL AND PROBLEMS OF PUBLIC CORPORATIONS

  • Reasons for the control of public corporations.
  • Types of control: ministerial, parliamentary and judicial control.
  • Problems facing public corporation.

Week 6: COMMERCIALIZATION: Definition, reasons for commercialization, merits and demerits.

Week 7: PRIVATIZATION: Definition, reasons, merits, and demerits.

Week 8: DEREGULATION: Meaning, reasons, merits, and demerits.

Week 9: LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION IN NIGERIA

  • Meaning of Local Government.
  • Reasons for Local Government Administration.
  • Functions of Local Government.
  • System of Local Government in Britain and France.

Week 10: THE STRUCTURE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • The evolution of Local Government.
  • Sources of finance of Local Government.
  • The relationship among Local, State and Federal Government in Nigeria.
  • Rules of traditional rulers in Local Government administration.
  • Local Government reforms.
  • Problems facing Local Government and measures to Local Government administration in Nigeria.

Week 11 – 12: Revision/Examination.

SS3 FIRST TERM’S SCHEME OF WORK

Week 1

  • Federalism:Definition/meaning.
  • The emergence of federalism in Nigeria.
  • Factors that necessitated the formation of federalism.
  • Conferences organised by colonial powers.

Week 2: NATURE AND STRUCTURE OF NIGERIAN FEDERALISM

  • Federalism before Independence from 1914 – 1959.
  • Federalism before Independence from 1960 – 1966.
  • Federalism before Independence from 1967 – 1975.
  • Federalism before Independence from 1976 – Date.

Week 3: PROBLEMS OF NIGERIAN FEDERALISM.

  • Revenue allocation formula in Nigeria.
  • Need for revenue allocation in a federal state.
  • Conflict over each adopted revenue allocation formula.

Week 4: MINORITY ISSUE AND THE CREATION OF STATES

  • The major and minor ethnic groups in Nigeria.
  • Reasons for the demand of more states.
  • Complexity and endless nature of the state creation.
  • Recommendation of Willink’s Commission.
  • Solution to minority problems in Nigeria.

Week 5: INTER-ETHNIC RIVALRY AND ISSUE OF STATE CREATION

  • The nature of ethnic conflict and rivalry in Nigeria.
  • Problems of secession in Nigeria.
  • Measures to avoid secession in Nigeria.

Week 6: DEVELOPMENTAL OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN NIGERIA

  • National Democratic Party (NDP).
  • Nigerian Youth Movement (NYM).
  • National Council of Nigeria and Cameroon Citizens (NCNC).

Week 7:DEVELOPMENT OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN NIGERIA (CONTINUED)

  • Action Group (AG).
  • Northern People’s Congress (NPC).
  • Northern Elements Progressive Union (NEPU).
  • Northern Party of Nigeria (NPN).
  • Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN).
  • Nigerian People’s Party (NPP).

Week 8: DEVELOPMENT OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN NIGERIA (CONTINUED)

  • Great Nigerian People’s Party (GNPP).
  • People’s Redemption Party (PRP).
  • Nigerian Advance Party (NAP).
  • Social Democratic Party (SDP).
  • National Republican Convention (NRC).

Week 9: DEVELOPMENT OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN NIGERIA (CONTINUED)

  • People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
  • All Nigerian People’s Party (ANPP).
  • Alliance for Democracy (AD).
  • Action Congress (AC) and small political parties.

Week 10: MAJOR POLITICAL CRISES IN NIGERIA

  • Kano riot 1953.
  • Eastern region constitution 1953.
  • Census crisis 1962/63.
  • Action group crisis.
  • Nigerian civil war 1967 – 1970.

Week 11: Revision.

Week 12 Examination.

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