Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

Jss3 Second Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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Jss3 Second Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


JSS3 Second Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work:


Second Term:


Week 1: Revision of First Term Concepts


Lesson Note: Quick review of key concepts from the first term.

Activities: Group discussions, quiz on first term material.

Week 2: Civic Responsibilities in a Diverse Society


Lesson Note: Understanding civic responsibilities in a multicultural society.

Activities: Role-playing scenarios involving cultural diversity, group discussions on tolerance.

Week 3: Civic Education and Economic Literacy


Lesson Note: Introducing economic concepts and their relation to civic education.

Activities: Simulating a small-scale economic project, discussions on financial responsibility.

Week 4: Conflict Resolution and Peace Building


Lesson Note: Teaching conflict resolution skills and promoting peace.

Activities: Role-playing conflict resolution scenarios, organizing a peace campaign.

Week 5: Civic Virtues and Ethics


Lesson Note: Exploring civic virtues and ethical behavior.

Activities: Creating a class code of ethics, analyzing historical figures’ virtues.

Week 6: Digital Citizenship


Lesson Note: Understanding responsible online behavior and digital citizenship.

Activities: Internet safety discussions, creating awareness posters.

Week 7: Government Policies and Public Service


Lesson Note: Examining government policies and the role of public service.

Activities: Researching government policies, inviting a guest speaker from public service.

Week 8: Civic Education and Health


Lesson Note: Integrating health education into civic responsibilities.

Activities: Organizing a health and wellness fair, discussing community health issues.

Week 9: Social Media and Civic Engagement


Lesson Note: Analyzing the impact of social media on civic engagement.

Activities: Group projects on social media campaigns for civic causes, discussions on responsible social media use.

Week 10: Global Issues and Sustainable Development


Lesson Note: Connecting global issues to the concept of sustainable development.

Activities: Researching and presenting on global sustainable development goals, planning a community project.

Week 11: Revision Week


Lesson Note: Reviewing key concepts from the second term.

Activities: Group revision games, practice quizzes, and Q&A sessions.

Week 12: Examination Week


Lesson Note: Conducting final assessments based on the term’s content.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Lesson Note: Wrapping up the academic year, reinforcing overall civic education concepts.

Activities: Class reflection on the academic year, awarding achievements, and setting goals for the next academic year.

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