Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS1 Second Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 Second Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Second Term

Week 1: Introduction to Second Term and Civic Education Recap

Lesson Note: Welcoming students to the new term and reviewing key concepts from the previous term.

Activities: Group discussions on the importance of continuous civic education, a quiz on the first term’s material, and goal-setting for the new term.

Week 2: Environmental Sustainability

Lesson Note: Understanding the importance of environmental sustainability and the role of citizens.

Activities: Tree planting initiative, guest speaker on environmental issues, and a project on sustainable practices.

Week 3: Cultural Diversity and Tolerance

Lesson Note: Exploring cultural diversity and fostering tolerance in society.

Activities: Cultural exchange day, group discussions on cultural stereotypes, and a research project on diverse cultures.

Week 4: Gender Equality

Lesson Note: Understanding the principles of gender equality and its significance.

Activities: Guest speaker on gender issues, role-playing scenarios promoting equality, and a class debate on gender roles.

Week 5: Economic Empowerment

Lesson Note: Examining the importance of economic empowerment for citizens.

Activities: Entrepreneurship workshop, creating business plans, and a visit to a local business or market.

Week 6: Civic Education and Technology

Lesson Note: Exploring the impact of technology on civic education and society.

Activities: Tech and civic education seminar, creating digital presentations on civic issues, and a social media campaign.

Week 7: Health and Civic Responsibility

Lesson Note: Understanding the connection between health and civic responsibility.

Activities: Health awareness campaign, guest speaker on public health, and a project on promoting healthy habits.

Week 8: Global Citizenship

Lesson Note: Introducing the concept of global citizenship and its responsibilities.

Activities: Model United Nations simulation, discussions on global issues, and a research project on international organizations.

Week 9: Civic Engagement and Advocacy

Lesson Note: Empowering students to actively engage in civic issues and advocacy.

Activities: Mock advocacy campaign, guest speaker on civic engagement, and creating awareness posters.

Week 10: Community Service

Lesson Note: Understanding the importance of community service in civic responsibility.

Activities: Volunteer work in the community, reflections on the experience, and a presentation on the impact of community service.

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, providing feedback, and preparing for the next academic session.

Activities: Distribution of results, discussions on progress, and goal-setting for the upcoming term.

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