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

Lagos State Curriculum

Second term civic education Curriculum for Primary 3 – Edudelight.com

WEEK 1

TOPIC/SKILL: National symbols

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to: identify national symbols    

CONTENT: Meaning and examples of National symbols. People/leader, public, properly constitution, mace, national flag, coat of arms etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Lead pupils to explain the meaning of national symbols.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Examine pictures and real objects and explain the meaning of symbols

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Picture of national symbols and others.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: explain the meaning of national symbols

WEEK 2

TOPIC/SKILL: The constitution and the mace

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Describe the constitution as a national symbol.

2. Describe the mace as a national symbol.                                                             

CONTENT:

1. Meaning of constitution

2. the use of the constitution

3. The meaning of the mace as a national symbol

4. The use of the mace.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Lead pupils to explain the meaning of a constitution. The use of a constitution. The mace as a national symbol.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Examine pictures showing the mace and a copy of the national constitution.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Picture of a mace a real cop0y of the Nations constitution.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1.what is a mace

2.what is a constitution

WEEK 3

TOPIC/SKILL: National flag and the coat of arms as national symbols

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. explain the meaning of national flag.

2. describe the coat of arms as national symbols.                                                    

CONTENT:

1.Meaning of a national flag

2.Describe the national flag e.g. green white green

3.Describe the coat of arms as national symbols

–              The green colour of the national flag stands for agriculture and white stands for peace etc.

–              The eagle in the Nigerian coat of arms represents strength.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Lead pupils to describe the

1.National flag

2.The coat of arms as National symbols.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Examine the pictures of the national flag and the coat of arms.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Pictures of the national flag and the coat of arms.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1.describe the national coat of arm

2.what is the colour of our national flag

WEEK 4

TOPIC/SKILL: National anthem and national currency.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. recite the national anthem

2. identify the national currency                                                                               

CONTENT:

1.The National Anthem as a national symbol

2.Identify the national currency as a national

symbol

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Guide pupils to write the national anthem, sing it.

Identify the nation’s currency

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Leads pupils to sing the national anthem

2. Identify the nation’s currency

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1.A copy of the national anthem

2.Identify the national currency

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. sing or recite the national anthem

2. identify our currency

WEEK 5

TOPIC/SKILL: Different between national symbols and other symbols.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to: differentiate between national symbols and other symbols                                                                                                                     

CONTENT: Different between national symbols and other symbols.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Lead pupils to list national symbols and other symbols.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Lead pupils to say the difference

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Bring some national symbols to the class

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: what is the difference between national symbol and other symbols.

WEEK 6

TOPIC/SKILL: Respect for other symbols.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.list other symbols

2.demonstrate respect for other symbols.                                                            

CONTENT:

Other symbols

1.Traditional leaders in our community

2.Religious leaders in our community.

3.High way code etc.

4.Respect for other symbols.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Guide pupils

1.To mention name of traditional leaders

2.Mention names of religious leaders. Demonstrate respect for symbols.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to say the names of traditional leaders.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Pictures of traditional leaders and religious leaders in almanacs.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: mention three other symbols of this nation.

WEEK 7

TOPIC/SKILL: Demonstrate respect for national symbols.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. list the national symbols.

2. demonstrate respect for our national symbols.                                                     

CONTENT:

1.Our national symbols

2.Demonstrate respect for our national symbols

–              Stand when singing national anthem

–              Respect for our constitution

–              Handling naira with care etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Lead pupils to demonstrate how to show respect for our national symbols.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Demonstrate respect for our national symbols.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Picture of school pupils singing national anthem standing.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: demonstrate respect for national symbols.

WEEK 8

TOPIC/SKILL: Respect for elders in the society.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. explain respect

2. respect constituted authority.                                                                               

CONTENT: Respect for elders in the community

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Lead pupils to show respect for elders in the

community

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Demonstrate respect for elders in the community

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Picture showing people greeting

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: demonstrate how to show respect for elders

WEEK 9

TOPIC/SKILL: Respect for constituted authority.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.list various constituted authorities

2.show respect for constituted authority                                                                  

CONTENT: Respect for constituted authorities e.g. office of the president, governor, chairman etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Lead pupils to show respect for offices of the governor

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Lead pupils to carryout instructions from these offices

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Picture showing a leader addressing his audience

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: what are we to do when a chairman gives an instruction

WEEK 10

TOPIC/SKILL: Respect for government property.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.say the meaning of government property

2.show respect for government property                                                                  

CONTENT:

1. Meaning of government properties

2. Respect for government property

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

 1. Lead pupils to explain meaning of government property

2. Have respect for government

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Lead pupils to show respect for government properties

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Picture showing a government office.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: how do we show respect for government property.

WEEK 11: REVISION

WEEK 12: EXAMINATION

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