Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS1 First Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 First Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

Civic Education SS1 First Term Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Week 1: Introduction to Civic Education

Lesson Note: Understanding the importance of Civic Education.

Activities: Group discussions on citizenship, sharing personal experiences, and introduction to the syllabus.

Week 2: The Concept of Citizenship

Lesson Note: Defining citizenship and its rights and responsibilities.

Activities: Role-playing scenarios of responsible citizenship, analyzing case studies, and a quiz on basic civic rights.

Week 3: Fundamental Human Rights

Lesson Note: Exploring the concept of human rights and its significance.

Activities: Class debate on the importance of human rights, creating posters depicting human rights, and watching documentaries.

Week 4: Civic Responsibility and Social Justice

Lesson Note: Understanding civic responsibilities and the role of individuals in promoting social justice.

Activities: Guest speaker on civic engagement, group projects addressing social justice issues, and a reflective essay assignment.

Week 5: Democracy and Governance

Lesson Note: Introduction to democracy, its principles, and different forms of governance.

Activities: Mock elections, analyzing government structures, and a field trip to a local government office.

Week 6: Political Participation

Lesson Note: Exploring the various ways citizens can participate in the political process.

Activities: Guest speaker on political engagement, creating a class newsletter on political events, and a role-playing exercise.

Week 7: Rule of Law

Lesson Note: Understanding the importance of the rule of law in a democratic society.

Activities: Classroom discussions on recent legal cases, a visit to a local courthouse, and a debate on the rule of law.

Week 8: National Symbols and Anthem

Lesson Note: Learning about national symbols and the significance of the national anthem.

Activities: Artistic projects creating representations of national symbols, singing and analyzing the national anthem, and a quiz on national symbols.

Week 9: Citizenship Education and Values

Lesson Note: Focusing on moral and civic values that contribute to good citizenship.

Activities: Group discussions on ethical dilemmas, character-building activities, and a reflective journal on personal values.

Week 10: Civic Education and the Media

Lesson Note: Understanding the role of media in civic education and society.

Activities: Media literacy workshop, analyzing news articles, and creating a class blog on civic issues.

Week 11: Revision Week

Lesson Note: Reviewing key concepts and addressing any questions or challenges.

Activities: Group revision sessions, practice quizzes, and individual consultations.

Week 12: Examination Week

Lesson Note: Conducting examinations based on the term’s topics.

Activities: Written exams, oral assessments, and practical evaluations.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week

Lesson Note: Wrapping up the term and providing feedback.

Activities: Distributing results, discussing progress with students, and setting goals for the next term.

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