Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS2 Third Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS2 Third Term Civic Education Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

Week 1: Ethics and Morality in Civic Life


Lesson Note: Exploring the role of ethics and morality in civic education.

Scheme of Work: Understanding ethical decision-making, its impact on society.

Activities: Ethical dilemma discussions, case studies on moral choices in civic life.

Week 2: Civic Education and Technology III


Lesson Note: Advanced exploration of technology in civic education.

Scheme of Work: Leveraging technology for global civic engagement.

Activities: Virtual projects collaborating with international peers, exploring emerging technologies for civic initiatives.

Week 3: Peace and Conflict Resolution


Lesson Note: Fostering skills for peaceful conflict resolution.

Scheme of Work: Examining conflict resolution strategies, promoting peacebuilding initiatives.

Activities: Simulated peace negotiations, guest speakers on conflict resolution in global contexts.

Week 4: Citizenship Education and Sustainable Development


Lesson Note: Integrating citizenship education into sustainable development.

Scheme of Work: Understanding the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the context of citizenship.

Activities: Projects aligning with specific SDGs, discussions on the role of citizens in sustainable development.

Week 5: Civic Engagement in Public Policy


Lesson Note: Empowering students to engage in public policy discussions.

Scheme of Work: Understanding the policymaking process, advocating for citizen participation.

Activities: Mock public policy debates, research projects on current policy issues.

Week 6: Digital Citizenship


Lesson Note: Developing responsible digital citizens.

Scheme of Work: Navigating the digital landscape responsibly, addressing online challenges.

Activities: Online safety workshops, discussions on the impact of digital citizenship on society.

Week 7: Global Human Rights Issues


Lesson Note: Analyzing human rights issues on a global scale.

Scheme of Work: Exploring human rights violations worldwide, fostering empathy and advocacy.

Activities: Research projects on global human rights challenges, awareness campaigns.

Week 8: Civic Education and Health II


Lesson Note: Advanced exploration of health-related civic education.

Scheme of Work: Understanding the intersections of health, education, and civic participation.

Activities: Collaborative projects with health organizations, guest speakers on global health issues.

Week 9: Civic Responsibility in the Age of Social Media


Lesson Note: Navigating civic responsibilities in the digital era.

Scheme of Work: Addressing challenges and opportunities for civic engagement in the age of social media.

Activities: Debates on the impact of social media on civic responsibility, creating online civic campaigns.

Week 10: Civic Education and Entrepreneurship


Lesson Note: Linking entrepreneurship to civic engagement.

Scheme of Work: Exploring entrepreneurial opportunities for social impact.

Activities: Entrepreneurship projects with a civic focus, discussions on the role of entrepreneurs in civic development.

Week 11: Revision Week


Lesson Note: Reviewing key concepts covered in the term.

Scheme of Work: Revision of previous topics, clarifying doubts.

Activities: Quiz competitions, group discussions, and peer teaching.

Week 12: Examination Week


Lesson Note: Conducting examinations to assess students’ understanding.

Scheme of Work: Written and practical examinations.

Activities: Exam preparation sessions, mock exams.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Lesson Note: Wrapping up the academic year and summarizing key takeaways.

Scheme of Work: Reflecting on the term’s learning experiences.

Activities: End-of-term presentations, feedback sessions, and distribution of report cards.

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