Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

Jss2 First Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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Jss2 First Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


JSS2 First Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work:


Week 1: Introduction to Civic Education

Lesson: Understanding the concept of Civic Education

Activity: Class discussion on the importance of Civic Education in society

Week 2: Citizenship and National Identity

Lesson: Definition of citizenship and national identity

Activity: Group project on researching and presenting different aspects of national identity

Week 3: Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens

Lesson: Exploring fundamental rights and responsibilities

Activity: Role-playing scenarios to understand the application of rights and responsibilities

Week 4: Democracy and Governance

Lesson: Understanding the principles of democracy and different forms of governance

Activity: Class debate on the advantages and disadvantages of democracy

Week 5: Rule of Law

Lesson: Importance of the rule of law in a society

Activity: Analyzing case studies related to the rule of law

Week 6: Civic Duties and Civic Education in Practice

Lesson: Practical aspects of civic duties

Activity: Community service project or visit to a local government office

Week 7: Social Justice and Equality

Lesson: Exploring concepts of social justice and equality

Activity: Group discussion on how to promote social justice in the community

Week 8: Civic Engagement and Participation

Lesson: Encouraging civic engagement and participation

Activity: Organizing a mock election within the class

Week 9: Environmental Responsibility

Lesson: Understanding the role of citizens in environmental conservation

Activity: Tree planting or community clean-up project

Week 10: Civic Education and Global Citizenship

Lesson: Connecting civic education to global citizenship

Activity: Researching and presenting on global issues affecting citizens

Week 11: Revision Week

Review of topics covered throughout the term

Practice questions and discussions to reinforce understanding

Week 12: Examination Week

Conducting end-of-term examination

Week 13: School Dismissal Week

Summary of the term’s learning achievements

Distribution of report cards and feedback.

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