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

Lagos State Syllabus for Civic Education

Third Term Primary Two Civic Education Syllabus – Edudelight.com scheme of work

WEEK 1

TOPIC: What is civic

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to define civics as a subject which studies the way governments works and deals with the rights and duties that you have s a citizen and a member of a particular society                                                                                                 

CONTENT:

1. Meaning of civics

2. Government works

3. Duties as a citizen

4. Member of a particular society

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Leads pupils to:

1. Know the meaning of civics

2. Mention those things that are under civics

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Listen and ask questions

2. Mention those things civics teaches about

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Textbooks

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. define civics

2. mention those things it teaches about

WEEK 2

TOPIC: Civic education

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:

Pupils should be able to:

1. explain the word ‘civic’ education

2. mention the things found under civic education                                             

CONTENT:

1. meaning of civic education

2. Why it is officially connected with a town or city (building or leaders)

3. People who lived in a town or city

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Explains:

1. The meaning of civic education

2. Things connected to it

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to: Listen and ask questions

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Textbooks

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explain the word civic education and

2. those things connected to it.

WEEK 3

TOPIC: The types of civic education

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. mention the types of civic education in our community and

Nigeria

2. list out the duties of those things                                                                       

CONTENT: The types of civic education in our community and Nigeria

– Civic centre (Public buildings)

– Civic holiday (for foreigners) e.g Canada holidays on the first Monday in August

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Teaches the types of civic education in our community and Nigeria

2. The usefulness of civic education centre

3. Why the holiday must be taken only in August

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Listen and ask questions

2. Participate in teacher’s explanation

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Pupils textbooks

2. Trip to health centre or council town hall

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: mention three (3) types of civic educational projects in our community and Nigeria

WEEK 4

TOPIC: Why we study civic education

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Discuss the need for civic education in Nigeria

2. Mention the things we derive from civic education.                                       

CONTENT: Why we study civic education

– To understand

democratic civic right and responsibilities

-Nurture and sustain democracy.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Leads pupils to:

1. Recall the meaning of civics and civic education

2. Discuss the need for civic education with pupils

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Listen to teacher’s explanation

2. Contribute to discussions

3. Copy note

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Pupils textbooks

2. Pictures of democratic activity and citizens performing some civic responsibilities e.g. senate in session/campaign.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explain the need for civic education in our community and Nigeria

2. the benefit to people of community and Nigeria

WEEK 5

TOPIC: Why we study civic education in the community

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. to know the value of civic education in the community

2. to achieve goals with other people in the state level.                                       

CONTENT:

1. For enlightenment

2. To know the values of civic education

3. To achieve good goals with other people in the state level

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Finds out:

1. Reasons for studying civic education in the community/benefits

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Listen and ask questions

2. Copy note.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Pictures of citizens performing some civic responsibilities in a democratic power

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explain the need for civic education in the community

2. the benefit of civic education to the people of the community

WEEK 6

TOPIC: Why we study civic education in the state level

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. enlighten the pupil on what civic is all about

2. understand the benefits

3. state the responsibilities                                                                                      

CONTENT:

1. For enlightenment

2. Benefits

3. Responsibilities etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Leads pupils to:

1. Know the enlightenment in civic education

2. Understand the benefit of studying civic education in the state level.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Listen attentively and ask questions

2. Participate in discussions.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Pictures of citizens performing some civic responsibilities in a democratic power e.g. house of assembly.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. mention three (3) needs for civic education in the state level/benefits.

WEEK 7

TOPIC: The importance of civic education to national development

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. explain the importance of civic education to national development

2. state 3 importance of civic education to

National development                                                                                            

CONTENT:

1. What National development means

2. To learn about systems and institution of government, democratic processes

– Acquire skills such as to achieve citizenship, cooperation etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Leads pupils to:

1. Identify specific benefits of having civic education

2. Understand the importance of civic education to national development

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to:

1. Listen to teacher’s explanation

2. Contribute to class discussion

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Pictures of citizens performing some civic responsibilities in democratic power

2. Campaign and voting

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: enumerate the benefits derived from studying civic education

WEEK 8

TOPIC: Stimulation of civic engagement in political social and economic process

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. state the stimulation of civic engagement in the stimulated areas

2. understand the word stimulation.                                                                     

CONTENT: Stimulation of civic engagement in the

– Political

– Social and

– Economic processes

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Discuss the need for civic stimulation engagement in the politics

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Pupils to listen and ask questions

2. Copy note.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Textbooks

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to: mention two (2) civic engagement in the stimulated area

WEEK 9

TOPIC: The citizenship in education

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. know the meaning of citizenship

2. analyze the importance of citizenship

3. mention the roles of citizen in the society.                                                        

CONTENT: The citizenship in education on their multiple roles in society

– As produces

– As consumers goods and services etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Explains:

1. Citizenship as legal right to belong to a particular country

2. The state of being citizen and accepting the responsibilities of it.

3. An education that prepares young people for citizenship.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to listen and ask questions.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Picture of different people as citizens of different countries

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. define the word: citizenship.

2. state the way to identify a citizen.

WEEK 10

TOPIC: The citizen in civic pride  

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. define the word pride

2. state civic duties responsibilities.                                                                       

CONTENT: The citizen in civic pride

– Pride that people feed for their town or city

– Civic duties/responsibilities

TEACHER ACTIVITIES: Explains:

1. What pride means

2. The civic duties/responsibilities

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Pupils to listen and ask questions connecting to the topic taught.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Textbooks Picture of top officials in the politics

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. give meaning of pride.

2. explain the duties/responsibilities in civic.

WEEK 11: REVISION

WEEK 12: EXAMINATION

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