Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS1 Third Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 Third Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Third Term

Week 1: Introduction to Third Term and Reflecting on Civic Education

Lesson Note: Welcoming students to the final term, reflecting on the importance of civic education, and setting goals for the term.

Activities: Group discussions on personal growth through civic education, sharing experiences, and goal-setting for the final term.

Week 2: Peace and Conflict Resolution

Lesson Note: Understanding the principles of peace and conflict resolution.

Activities: Role-playing scenarios on conflict resolution, guest speaker on peacebuilding, and a project on promoting peace in the community.

Week 3: Civic Education and the Constitution

Lesson Note: Examining the role of the constitution in civic education.

Activities: Analyzing the constitution, discussions on constitutional rights, and a mock constitutional debate.

Week 4: Responsible Social Media Use

Lesson Note: Exploring the impact of social media on civic engagement and promoting responsible use.

Activities: Social media awareness campaign, discussions on online etiquette, and a project on combating misinformation.

Week 5: Civic Responsibilities in Times of Crisis

Lesson Note: Understanding civic responsibilities during emergencies and crises.

Activities: Emergency preparedness drills, guest speaker on crisis response, and a project on community resilience.

Week 6: Active Citizenship Through Volunteerism

Lesson Note: Encouraging active citizenship through volunteerism.

Activities: Volunteer opportunities in the community, reflections on volunteer experiences, and a presentation on the importance of volunteerism.

Week 7: Ethics in Governance

Lesson Note: Examining ethical considerations in governance and civic responsibilities.

Activities: Case studies on ethical dilemmas in governance, discussions on accountability, and a class debate on political ethics.

Week 8: Civic Education and Sustainable Development

Lesson Note: Exploring the relationship between civic education and sustainable development.

Activities: Group projects on sustainable development goals, discussions on global initiatives, and a presentation on local sustainability efforts.

Week 9: Rights of the Child

Lesson Note: Understanding the rights of children and the importance of child protection.

Activities: Guest speaker on child rights, creative projects on child advocacy, and discussions on child protection policies.

Week 10: Civic Education and Entrepreneurship

Lesson Note: Examining the role of entrepreneurship in civic engagement and economic development.

Activities: Entrepreneurship fair, guest speakers on successful entrepreneurs, and business plan presentations.

Week 11: Revision Week

Lesson Note: Reviewing key concepts, addressing questions, and preparing for the upcoming examinations.

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 academic year, providing feedback, and celebrating achievements.

Activities: Distribution of results, farewell activities, and reflections on the entire academic session.

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