Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS3 Second Term Government Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS3 Second Term Government Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


SS3 Second Term Government Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

Week 1: Review of First Term Concepts

Lesson Note: Refresh on key concepts from the first term.

Scheme of Work: Quick recall of foundational knowledge.

Activities: Group discussions, quizzes, and recap sessions.

Week 2: Comparative Government Systems

Lesson Note: Compare different government systems globally.

Scheme of Work: Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of various systems.

Activities: Research and present a comparison of two government systems.

Week 3: Human Rights and Citizenship

Lesson Note: Discuss the concept of human rights and citizenship.

Scheme of Work: Study international declarations on human rights.

Activities: Group projects on advocating for a particular human right.

Week 4: Political Ideologies

Lesson Note: Examine major political ideologies.

Scheme of Work: Understand the principles of liberalism, conservatism, socialism, etc.

Activities: Class debate on the merits and drawbacks of different ideologies.

Week 5: International Relations

Lesson Note: Explore the basics of international relations.

Scheme of Work: Study the role of nations in the global political landscape.

Activities: Model United Nations (MUN) simulation or diplomatic role-play.

Week 6: Diplomacy and Foreign Policy

Lesson Note: Discuss the principles of diplomacy and foreign policy.

Scheme of Work: Analyze case studies of successful diplomatic efforts.

Activities: Mock negotiation exercises and diplomatic strategy games.

Week 7: Corruption and Governance

Lesson Note: Examine the impact of corruption on governance.

Scheme of Work: Study anti-corruption measures and initiatives.

Activities: Group projects on proposing solutions to combat corruption.

Week 8: Contemporary Issues in Governance

Lesson Note: Discuss current political challenges globally.

Scheme of Work: Analyze recent political events and their implications.

Activities: Class discussions on real-time political issues.

Week 9: Electoral Reforms and Voter Education

Lesson Note: Explore the need for electoral reforms.

Scheme of Work: Discuss the importance of voter education.

Activities: Develop and present a voter education campaign.

Week 10: Public Policy and Administration

Lesson Note: Examine the process of public policy formulation.

Scheme of Work: Study public administration structures and functions.

Activities: Role-play scenarios involving policy decisions.

Week 11: Revision Week

Lesson Note: Review key concepts covered in the term.

Scheme of Work: Prepare for a comprehensive review.

Activities: Group discussions, quiz, and review sessions.

Week 12: Examination Week

Lesson Note: Conduct and review examinations.

Scheme of Work: Evaluation and grading of assessments.

Activities: Exam preparation and formal assessments.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week

Lesson Note: Wrap up the term, summarizing key takeaways.

Scheme of Work: Reflect on the term’s learnings.

Activities: End-of-term reflections, student feedback, and dismissal preparations.

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