THIRD TERM CIVIC EDUCATION SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY ONE (1)

Lagos State Syllabus for Civic Education primary one

Primary one Civic Education CurriculumEdudelight.com syllabus

WEEK 1

TOPIC/SKILL: Why study civic education

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Discuss the need for civic education in Nigeria.                                              

CONTENT:

1. Why study civic education?

– Understand

Democracy and civic rights and responsibilities

– Nurture and sustain

Democracy etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Guides discussion on the need for civic education

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Listen to teacher’s explanations

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Textbooks

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: say why it is important to learn civic education in Nigeria

WEEK 2

TOPIC/SKILL: Democratic rights

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Understand what democracy means

2. Say what are democratic rights                                                                        

CONTENT:

1. What is democracy

– Government of the people, by the people and for the people

2. What is democratic rights?

– Exercising

leadership from grass root to presidency e.g. councilors, chairman, house of assembly, governor etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Illustrate what democracy is

2. Leads the pupils to understand the democratic rights of the government.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Participate in discussion of what democracy is

2. Mention how the government exercises their rights from grass root.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Textbook

2. Pictures of democratic leaders on democratic activities

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. say the meaning of democracy

2. mention the people that rule in the local government.

WEEK 3

TOPIC/SKILL: Civic rights

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. mention what civic is

2. mention what civic right is                                                                                

CONTENT:

1. What is civic?

2. What is civic rights? Those things we need as citizens:

– Shelter

– Education

– Health

– Roads

– Social amenities

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Guides pupils on what civic is

2. Leads the pupils to mention the things governments do for them.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

Participate in class discussion on the topic

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: 

Pictures of things needed

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to: mention the civic rights of the people.

WEEK 4

TOPIC/SKILL: Civic responsibilities

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:

Pupils should be able to: mention the duties of the government to the people                                                                                                                       

CONTENT:  What are the civic responsibilities of the government to the people?

– Education

– Health

– Roads

– Shelter etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Demonstrates the duties of the government to the pupils

2. Leads them to name what the government should provide for the people

.PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

Participate in class discussion on civic responsibilities

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Textbook

2. Pictures of a democratic activity and citizens performing some civic responsibilities in a democracy e.g senate in session and people voting

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to: mention two responsibilities of government to her people.

WEEK 5

TOPIC/SKILL: How to nurture and sustain democracy

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:

Pupils should be able to:

1. mention how democracy can be nurtured and sustained

2. mention the agency in charge

3. mention the duties of the agency                                                                       

CONTENT:

To nature and sustain democracy through;

– National Orientation Agency (NOA)

department by educating and sensitizing the people on how to vote and bring people in through election.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Teaches the pupils how to nurture and sustain democracy through the National Orientation Agency.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Mention the agency in charge of the sensitization

2. Mention the duties of the National orientation Agency

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Charts showing the agency teaching the people how to vote.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. mention two ways they can sustain democracy

2. mention the agency in charge.

WEEK 6

TOPIC/SKILL: Ruling party in Nigeria

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. mention different parties in Nigeria

2. name the ruling party in Nigeria                                                                      

CONTENT:

1. Ruling party in Nigeria e.g. People’s Democratic Party (PDP)

– Other parties

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Guides pupils to name some political parties in Nigeria

2. Leads pupils to mention the ruling party in Nigeria

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Mention the Political parties in Nigeria

2. mention the ruling party in Nigeria

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Picture of the president and the

members of people’s democratic party

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. mention two political parties in Nigeria

2. mention the ruling party as (PDP)

WEEK 7

TOPIC/SKILL: Importance of civic education I

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:

Pupils should be able to: mention the topics learnt in civic education and their importance                                                                                              

CONTENT:  topics and importance of civic education

– learn about systems and

institution of government,

democratic processes, etc.

– Acquired skills such as

active citizenship,

inquiring cooperation etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Head pupils to mention the topics and specific benefits of learning civic education

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Listen to teacher’s explanations

2. Contribute to discussions.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Video clips on democratic activities

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to: enumerate one topic and benefits derivable from studying civic education.

WEEK 8

TOPIC/SKILL: Importance of civic education II

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: 

Pupils should be able to: mention the topics learnt in civic education and their importance                                                                                              

CONTENT: Topics and importance of civic education

– Stimulation of civic

engagement in the political, social and economic processes

– Citizens are educated on

their multiple roles, in society, e.g. as producers and consumers, of goods and services etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Leads pupils to mention the topics and specific benefits of learning civic education

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Listen to teacher’s explanations

2. Contribute to discussions

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Video clips on democratic activities

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to: enumerate two topics and two benefits of studying civic education.

WEEK 9

TOPIC/SKILL: Public health enlightenment

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:

Pupils should be able to: identify some public health enlightenment campaigns as part of civic education                                                                                                                 

CONTENT: Public health enlightenment campaigns on

– HIV/AIDS Education

– Drug Abuse Education etc

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Guides the class to identify some ways of public health enlightenment campaign as part of civic education

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

Identify ways of public health enlightenment campaigns as part of civic education

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Radio jingles

2. Video clips, posters and pictures of public health enlightenment campaigns

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to: mention any two public health awareness campaigns.

WEEK 10

TOPIC/SKILL: HIV/AIDS

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:

Pupils should be able to: explain the meaning of HIV/AIDS                             

CONTENT:               

1. HIV/AIDS Education

– Meaning of HIV

– Meaning of AIDS

2. Dangers of HIV/AIDS

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains the meaning of HIV

2. Explains the meaning of AIDS

3. Explains the dangers of HIV/AIDS

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Explain the meaning of HIV/AIDS

2. Mention the dangers of HIV/AIDS

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Radio jingles

2. Video clips and posters of public health enlightenment campaigns

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explain the meaning of HIV/AIDS

2. mention one danger of HIV/AIDS

WEEK 11: REVISION

WEEK 12: EXAMINATION

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