SECOND TERM CIVIC EDUCATION SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY TWO (2)

Lagos State Curriculum for Civic Education

Second term civic education Curriculum – Edudelight.com scheme of work

WEEK 1

TOPIC: The community leaders title holders

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Explain what title means

2. State at least, three community leaders titled holders in Nigeria                  

CONTENT:

The idea of the community leaders in Nigeria traditional

setting e.g.

– Yoruba – Oba

– Hausa -0 Sarld

– Igbo – Eze or Obi

– Benin – Enoge

– Nupe – Etsu

– Ebira – Ohinoyi etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explain about the title holding in their community

2. State or mention some of the title holders in their community

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to: Find out in their community why leaders must be a title holders

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Pictures hosing community leader title holders.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: discuss why our community leader must be a title holders

WEEK 2

TOPIC: The importance of title holding in the community as a leader

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. discuss the need for title holding in the community

2. analyze the importance of title holding to the community development      

CONTENT: Importance of title holding in the community

– Recognition

– Community development

– Function as king carbonate in the community

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Explains:

1. The meaning of title holding

2. Leads the pupils identify some of the title holders in the communities in Nigeria

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Listen to teacher’s explanation

2. Contribute to class discussion

3. Copy note

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Pupils text book

2. Pictures of title holders in the community.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: Explain the need for title holding in Nigerian communities

WEEK 3

TOPIC: Leadership (traditional leader) in the community

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Explain what tradition means

2. how they are formed

3. list three problems of bad traditional leader

4. Explain traditional checks and balances to the power of a leader.               

CONTENT:

1. The meaning of tradition

2. How they are formed

3. What they do

4. Problems created by bad traditional leaders

5. Traditional and political check and balances to the power of a leader

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Explains:

1. The meaning of tradition

2. How they are formed

3. What they discuss about the development of the community

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Define the meaning of tradition

2. Explain how they are formed

3. Find out and discuss the problems created by the bad traditional leaders

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Pictures of the traditional leaders in the community holding a festival ceremony.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. Explain what tradition means

2. how they are formed

3. list 3 problems of bad traditional leaders/checks and balances the power of a leader

WEEK 4

TOPIC: The way leader are chosen in the locality

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Explain the way leaders are chosen in their locality

2. State how many community leaders that are chosen in their locality.          

CONTENT: The way leaders are chosen in the locality

– Hereditary

– Elected leaders e.g  Political leader, traditional leaders, village leaders etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Finds out:

1. the ways some leaders are chosen in the locality

2. Discuss the hereditary leadership and elected

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Find out the various ways of choosing leaders in their locality

2. Discuss findings in the class.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Class pupils to act as leader (dramatization).

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: mention two ways leaders can be chosen in their locality.

WEEK 5

TOPIC: Advantages of choosing a leader in the community

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupil should be able to:

1. State the advantages of choosing a leader in the community

2. Explain the advantages of various forms of leadership.                                 

CONTENT:

1. The concept of advantage

2. Development

3. Peace making

4. Job opportunity etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explain the meaning of advantage

2. How to develop the community

3. The advantages of various forms of leadership.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to: Discuss the advantages of different types of leadership.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Pupils text books.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: mention three (3) advantages of choosing a leader in their locality.

WEEK 6

TOPIC: The disadvantages of choosing a leader in the community

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. State the disadvantages of chosen a leader in the community

2. State the various forms of leadership.                                                              

CONTENT:

1. Meaning of disadvantage

2. Jealousy

3. Stubbornness

4. Arrogance etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Explains:

1. Disadvantages of chosen a leader in the community

2. Explains what disadvantage means.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Discuss the word disadvantage

2. The disadvantage of choosing a leader in the community

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

 1. Guide discussion on findings.

2. Pupils textbooks.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: mention three (3) disadvantage of choosing a leader in the community.

WEEK 7

TOPIC: How political parties are formed in the community

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Explain the meaning of political party

2. say how the political parties are formed in the community                           

CONTENT:

1. Meaning of political party

2. How they are Formed

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Explains:

1. Concept of political parties in the community

2. How they are formed

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Explain how the political parties are formed

2. The meaning of political parts

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Pictures of political aspirants and officers

2. Sign and symbols of parties

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. mention 2 political symbols they know a

2. how they are formed

WEEK 8

TOPIC: The problems created by bad political leaders in the community

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. list three (3) problems created by bad political leadership

2. the outcome of the problems created by bad political leaders                       

CONTENT: Problems created by bad political leadership

– Qualification

– Post

– Pride

– Finance

– Position etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains more and the listed words under content

2. The causes of the problems

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Listen and ask questions

2. Copy note

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

 1. Pictures of political leaders and rallies

2. Community ward sitting discussion

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: guide discussion and findings

WEEK 9

TOPIC: The importance of political leader in the community

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. State the importance of political leaders in the community

2. State the need for political leaders in the community                                     

CONTENT:

The importance of political leaders in the community

– Good government

– Speaker for the community

– Fore-runner of the community etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:               

1. Emphasizes on the importance of political leaders in the community

2. Expanciate on the listed words under content

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Listen and asks questions

2. Contribute to the topic discussion

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Pictures of projects build by the political leaders

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: mention two importance of choosing a political leader in the community.

WEEK 10

TOPIC: The checks and balances to the power of leader

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Explain what checks and balances means

2. list any three political and traditional checks and balances to the power

of a leader

CONTENT:

 1. Meaning of checks and balances

2. Hereditary leaders

3. Traditional leaders

4. Political leaders etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Specifies ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ of a political and traditional leaders to pupils.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:  Pupils to:

1. Listen and ask questions

2. Dramatize on how election were conducted

3. Listen to a tradition leader speech to the community

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Pictures of political leaders campaign

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: discuss on findings

WEEK 11: REVISION

WEEK 12: EXAMINATION

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