Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS2 Third Term Government Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS2 Third Term Government Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Scheme of Work:

Week 1-4: Comparative Politics

Week 1: Introduction to comparative politics.

Week 2: Comparative analysis of political systems.

Week 3: Political culture and institutions in different countries.

Week 4: Case studies on successful and failed political transitions.

Week 5-8: Human Rights and Governance

Week 5: Understanding human rights principles.

Week 6: The role of government in protecting human rights.

Week 7: Global issues and challenges related to human rights.

Week 8: Strategies for promoting good governance.

Week 9-10: International Relations

Week 9: Theories of international relations.

Week 10: Diplomacy, conflict resolution, and international organizations.

Week 11: Revision

Week 11: Review of key concepts, discussions, and quizzes.

Week 12: Examination

Week 12: Conducting examinations based on the topics covered.

Week 13: School Dismissal

Week 13: Recap of the term, feedback session, and dismissal.

Lesson Note:

Week 1: Comparative Politics

Activities: Comparative analysis exercises, case studies on political transitions.

Week 2: Comparative Analysis

Activities: Group presentations comparing political systems, class discussions.

Week 3: Political Culture and Institutions

Activities: Role-playing scenarios in different political cultures, analysis of institutions.

Week 4: Case Studies on Transitions

Activities: Research projects on successful and failed political transitions, group discussions.

Week 5: Human Rights Principles

Activities: Classroom discussions on universal human rights, debates on cultural relativism.

Week 6: Government and Human Rights

Activities: Case studies on government involvement in human rights issues, guest speakers.

Week 7: Global Issues on Human Rights

Activities: Multimedia presentations on contemporary global human rights challenges, open forum discussions.

Week 8: Good Governance

Activities: Group projects on promoting good governance, class debates on governance strategies.

Week 9: Theories of International Relations

Activities: Lectures on major international relations theories, discussions on their applicability.

Week 10: Diplomacy and International Organizations

Activities: Simulations of diplomatic negotiations, analysis of international organizations’ roles.

Week 11: Revision

Activities: Group revision sessions, practice exams, and clarification of doubts.

Week 12: Examination

Activities: Administering examinations, monitoring the process.

Week 13: School Dismissal

Activities: Review of the term, open discussion on improvements, and farewell.

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