Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS3 Third Term Government Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS3 Third Term Government Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


SS3 Third Term Government Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

Week 1: Review of Second Term Concepts

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

Scheme of Work: Quick recall of critical knowledge.

Activities: Group discussions, quizzes, and recap sessions.

Week 2: Governance and Sustainable Development

Lesson Note: Explore the link between governance and sustainable development.

Scheme of Work: Study models of sustainable development.

Activities: Group projects on creating a sustainable development plan.

Week 3: Gender and Politics

Lesson Note: Discuss the role of gender in politics.

Scheme of Work: Analyze the representation of women in politics.

Activities: Panel discussion on gender equality in political leadership.

Week 4: Crisis Management and Conflict Resolution

Lesson Note: Examine strategies for crisis management and conflict resolution.

Scheme of Work: Study case studies on successful conflict resolution.

Activities: Role-play scenarios on diplomatic conflict resolution.

Week 5: Global Governance Organizations

Lesson Note: Explore international organizations and their impact.

Scheme of Work: Study the United Nations, World Bank, etc.

Activities: Model United Nations (MUN) simulation or organization-specific research.

Week 6: Environmental Policies and Governance

Lesson Note: Discuss the role of governments in environmental conservation.

Scheme of Work: Study environmental policies and their implementation.

Activities: Tree planting, environmental awareness campaigns, or a visit to an eco-friendly facility.

Week 7: Media and Government

Lesson Note: Examine the relationship between media and governance.

Scheme of Work: Study the role of media in shaping public opinion.

Activities: Mock press conference or analysis of political news articles.

Week 8: Digital Governance and E-Government

Lesson Note: Discuss the integration of technology in governance.

Scheme of Work: Study e-government initiatives.

Activities: Create a proposal for an e-government project.

Week 9: Comparative Electoral Systems

Lesson Note: Explore different electoral systems worldwide.

Scheme of Work: Compare the advantages and disadvantages of various systems.

Activities: Class debate on the most effective electoral system.

Week 10: Humanitarian Interventions

Lesson Note: Examine the concept of humanitarian interventions.

Scheme of Work: Study case studies of international humanitarian efforts.

Activities: Group projects on planning a humanitarian intervention.

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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