Civic Education Scheme of Work SSS 3 Lagos State

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Civic Education Curriculum
Civic Education Curriculum

Civic Education Scheme of work for SSS 3. Ministry of Education, SS3 Schemes of Work Civic Education for Senior Secondary School.

SSS 3 Civic Education Scheme of Work First Term

WKS TOPICS LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING ACTIVITIES EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS LEARNING RESOURCES
1Revision / human rights/cultism/political
apathy

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By the end at the lesson the students should be able to:
*discuss & explain the topic they have been taught in ss2.
Students as a class brainstorm on topics from, previous class. Students in pars picks a topic each and discuss amongst themselves• Critical thinking and problem solving Communication and collaboration Leadership and personal
development
•All learning resources used in previous class
2

Characteristics or categories of human rights
Meaning & examples of fundamental human rights e.g. right  life, religion, expression etc.

By the end of the lesson the students should be able to:
identify types of fundamental human right & explain the characteristics of human rights declaration
• highlight and discuss the categories of human rights
• discuss ways human right can be promoted /reasons why the right of an individual can be denied
Students as a class discuss types of fundamental human right & explain the characteristics human rights declaration
Students in pairs highlight the categories of human rights Students in small groups discuss ways human right can be promoted/reasons why the right of an individual can be denied
For further studies students should visit the under listed site link main-characteristics-of- rights.
•Communication
and collaboration
• Leadership and Personal development Creativity and imagination Digital literacy

AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES:
Flex showing some of
the fundamental human rights
A copy of a Nigeria Constitution
WEB RESOURCES:
•SITE LINK:
https//www/lifepersonal.com /the-15-main-characteristics-of-human-rights
VIDEO LINK
https://www/youtube.com/watch?v=ewg993WdcOzo  

3

Fighting political apathy
• Meaning of political apathy & examples Causes of political apathy
• Ways of fighting political apathy
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By the end of the lesson the students should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of political apathy and give examples
ii. identity & explain the causes of political apathy
highlight the various ways to right political apathy
Students as a class , brainstorm on political apathy with examples
• Students in pairs identity the causes of political apathy Students in small groups discuss ways to fight political apathy.

Communication and collaboration Critical thinking and problem solving.
Leadership and Personal development
• Creativity and imagination Citizenship.

AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES
•Pictures of people voting during election
•Picture chart of people. Protesting against the government.  
WEB RESOURCES:
SITE LINK
https://passnownow.com/classwork-exercise-and-series-civic-education-class-of-political-ss1-ways-of-fighting-political-apathy.   VIDEO LINK
https:///www/youtube.com/watch?v=onpFWxt4vDE  

WKS TOPICS LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING ACTIVITIES EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS LEARNING RESOURCES
4 public service   -meaning of public service & examples
Civil servants
-Importance of public service
By the end of the lesson the students should be able to:
• explain the meaning of public service concept & give examples of public
service •  identify & explain the characteristics of the public service describe the importance of the public service  
Students as a class
brainstorm on The meaning
of public service with
example
• Students in pars highlight
the characteristics of the
public service
• Students in small groups
are taken on an excursion
to the nearest local
government office near
their school and share
their experience with the
class.  
Communication and Collaboration
• Critical thinking and problem solving
– Leadership and personal development
• Creativity and Imagination


AUDIO VISUAL
RESOURCES
:
Pictures of government
• office complex
• Charts showing characteristics of the
• public service
WEB RESOURCES:
SITE LINK

http://www.eaiournals.org/wp-content/uploads/Public-Service-in-Nigeria-An-Overview-of-Functions.ptf
VIDEO LINK
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igBDkmHLOqj    
5Shortcoming in the public service e.g. corruption -Problems of public service – Functions of code of conduct bureau & public complaint commission – Discuss shortcoming of the public service.By the end of the lesson the students should be able to:
• explain the problems
• faced by the public service
highlight the code of conduct functions of the public service commission
• discuss the shortcomings of the public service.  
• Students as a class discuss the problems faced by the public service
• Students in pairs highlight the code of conducts of public service commission
• Students in small groups discuss the shortcoming of the public service.  
• Communication and Collaboration
• Leadership and Personal
development
• Citizenship Critical thinking and problem solving  
AUDIO VISUAL
RESOURCES
:
A copy of the handbook of the public service
• A picture chart showing public servants performance various duties.  
WEB RESOURCES SITE LINK https://passnownow.com/classwork-series-civic-education-short-comings/   VIDEO LINK
https://www.youtube.com/?v=Citlwb-6KY

6i-low to improve service in Nigeria public Structure of public service
Functions of code of conduct bureau & public complaint comm ission  
By the end of the lesson the students should be able to:
• explain the structure
• of the public service
• identify the functions of the code cc conduct bureau & public complaint commission
•Students as a class discuss the structure of the public service
•Students in pairs identify the functions of the code of conduct bureau. •Students in small groups debate on how to improve public service in Nigeria and present in class.
• Communication and
Collaboration
• Leadership and
Personal development
• Critical thinking and problem  
AUDIO VISUAL
RESOURCES
:
Handbook of the
• public service Picture chart
• showing the structures of the public service
WEB RESOURCES
-SITE LINK:
https://passnownow.com/classwork-exercise-series-civic-education-ss2-ways-improving- public-service/
VIDEO LINK:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKKbZLYtnAw  
7  MID TERM TEST OPEN DAY AND MID TERM BREAK

WKS TOPICS LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING ACTIVITIES EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS LEARNING RESOURCES
8Civil society
Meaning of civil society examples of vii society Qualities & problem oh civil service
By the end of the lesson the students should be able to:
– explain the meaning of civil society examples of civil society
– identity and explain the qualities of the civil society. -discuss the problems of the civil society.
Students as a class brainstorm on the meaning of civil society Students in pair highlight the qualities of civil society Students in small groups presents a role play on the activities / problems of civil society

Communication and collaboration Leadership and Personal development Critical thinking and problem solving Digital literacyAUDlO VISUAL RESOURCES:
•  Picture chart showing presentations of some civil activist in Nigeria e.g. Ken Sarowiwa, Gem Fawehinmi etc. WEB RESOURCES
SITE LINK
https://www.schoolmattazz.  com/2018/07/civil-society-functions-examples/ VIDEO LINK https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=TllKjrkHiE  
9Popular participation
.Meaning of popular participation & types of  popular participation e g political economy Merits of popular participation in civil society
Discuss traditional & modern modes of popular participation
By the end of the lesson the students should be able to:
•explain the meaning popular participation
•identify& explain the merits of popular
participation in a civil society
•discuss the traditional & modern modes of
popular participation
Student as a class brain form on the meaning of popular participation Student in small groups
present a mock rally i.e. carrying cardboard to express their opinions Students in pairs highlight traditional and modern node of popular participation.
• Communication arid collaboration             • Leadership and Personal development                  • Creativity and imagination • Critical thinking and problem solving. .

AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES
Picture chart of people during a rally
WEB RESOURCES
https://passnownow.com                           /classwork-series-exercises                                   -civic-education-ss1-popular-participation/ .
VIDEO LINK:
https:///www/youtube.com/ watch?v=5U7LkOzLvy8  
 Revision..   
 Examination    

Civic Education Scheme of work for SSS 3. Ministry of Education, SS3 Schemes of Work Civic Education for Senior Secondary School.


Civic Education Scheme of Work SSS 3 Second Term

WKSTOPICS LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING ACTIVITIES EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS LEARNING RESOURCES
1Democracy   •Meaning and characteristics of democracy •Types of democracy •Importance and problems of democracyBy the end of the lesson the Students should be able to;
i. explain democracy ii. discuss the characteristics of democracy iii. Highlight the types of
democracy and the
importance of democracy
iv. analyze the problems
of democracy.
• Students as a class brainstorm on the meaning of democracy •Students as a class are divided into two groups: i. group 1 is to research and  present a paper on military rule in Nigeria
ii. group 2 is to research and present a paper work on democratic rule in Nigeria
•Communication and
•Collaboration
Leadership and •Personal development •Critical thinking
and problem solving
•Citizenship

AUDI0  VISUAL RESOURCES •Pictures, of our past leaders who fought for democracy
WEB RESOURCES SITE LINK
https://passnownow.com/ss3-civic-education-revision-democracy/  
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2Rule of Law   •Meaning, history, features and principles of the rule of law
• importance of rule of law
• Process of rule of law
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By the end of the lesson the students should be able to:
•explain rule of law
•discuss the history of rule of law
•analyze the importance of the rule of law. •describe the process of the rule of law.
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•Students as a class brainstorm on the meaning history of rule of law •Students in small groups discuss the importance of rule of law
• Students in pairs describe the on process o rule of law •For further studies students are to visit the under listed site.
ttps://www./legit.ng/1114491- challenges-facing-rule-law- -nigeria.html
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•Communication and Collaboration
•Leadership and
Personal development
• Digital literacy
• Critical and thinking and .problem solving

AUDI0  VISUAL RESOURCES:
-A copy of the Nigeria constitution
•Picture chart showing various process of rule of law
WEB RESOURCESSITE LINK ttps://www./legit.ng/1114491-
challenges-facing-rule-law-
-nigeria.html
VIDEO LINK ttps://youtube.com/ watch?v=Lma-CJk45k

3Problems of rule of law
 
– Limitations to rule of law.  •Solutions to problems of the rule of law  
• Group discussion of. the process of the rule of law
• By the end of the lesson the students should be able to high light the limitations to the rule of law 
• discuss the possible solutions to the problems of the rule of law 
• demonstrate a role play displaying the rule of law
Students as a class discuss the limitations of rule of law
Students peers discuss possible solutions to the problem of rule of law Students in small groups present a role play on the rule of law
Communication and
Collaboration
Critical thinking and
problem solving constitution
Creativity and  imagination
AUDI0  VISUAL RESOURCES A copy of this Nigeria constitution. WEB RESOURCES SITE LINK 4j,ohaljgflggs
fpgingrule-lawia.html
4Constitutional
democracy
• Meaning and types of constitutional
democracy
• Features of
constitutional
democracy e.g. popular sovereign, majority rule
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By the end of the lesson
the students should be able
to
• explain constitutional democracy
identity the types of constitutional democracy describe the features of constitutional democracy
– highlight and discuss the functions of constitutional
democracy
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•Students as a class brainstorm on the meaning of constitutional democracy – •Students in pairs identity – the features of constitutional democracy
•Students in small groups are guided to organize mock election in the class to explain the theme majority rules and minority rule.
Communication and
Collaboration
Critical thinking and
problem solving constitution
Creativity and  imagination
AUDIO  VISUAL RESOURCES A copy of the Nigeria
constitutions
Picture showing a meeting research session in the National house, of Assembly.
WEB RESOURCES
SITE LINK
https//nierianfact.com/                 constitutional-democracy
VIDEO LINK
• Video clips of a session in  the National house of  assembly
•htps://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=zTEM

WKSTOPICS LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING ACTIVITIES EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS LEARNING RESOURCES
  By the end of the lesson the students should be able to
explainthe key concepts of constitutional democracy
• highlight the advantages and Disadvantages ofconstitutional democracy justify the differences between the advantages and disadvantages of constitutional democracy
• Students as a class discuss the key concept of
constitutional democracy
• Students in pairs highlight the advantage and disadvantage of constitutional democracy Students in small groups justify difference between’ the advantages and disadvantages of constitutional democracy
• Leadership and Personal development
Communication and Collaboration
• Critical thinking and problem solving
• Citizenship  
AUDIO VISUAL
RESOURCES:
A copy of the Nigeria
constitution
yA chart showing the ke
concept ofcrtolitutionl democracy  
WEB RESOURCES:
SITE LINK
https://legit.ng/1207341-advantages-constitutonal-democracy. html
•VIDEO LINK
https:///Youtube.com/ watch?v=rqRPtCszTEM  
 Human trafficking  
Mearing and causes
of
human trafficking  
By the end of the lesson the students should be able to
• explain the term trafficking Analyze the activities of
human traffickers
• highlight the causes of human trafficking  
• Students as a class brainstorm on various meaning of human trafficking
• Students in pairs analyze the activities of human trafficking Students in small groups debate on the menace of human trafficking
• For further studies students are to visit the under listed
SITE LINK:
www.leqit.ng/1127555-what-major-human-trafficking-nigeria.html
what-major-human-trafficking
Leadership and
Personal development
Communication and
Collaboration
Critical thinking and problem solving
Citizenship  
AUDIO VISUAL
RESOURCES:
• Picture chart showing children
used for child labor
• Picture chart showing various activities of human trafficking
WEB RESOURCES:
•SITE LINK https://
www.leqit.ng/1127555-what-major-human-trafficking-nigeria.html •VIDEO LINK
https://wwww.youtube.com/watch?v-4zQGEyH9dms  
7MID TERM EXAM / OPEN DAY/MID TERM BREAK
8REVISION AND EXAMINATION

ACHIEVEMENT STANDARDS FOR SS3 SESSION

At the end of SS3, the students are able to

  • Highlight add discuss the characteristics of human rights declaration
  • Identify various ways to fight political apathy
  • Describe the importance of public service
  • State and explain the qualities of civil society
  • Explain the meaning of popular participation
  • List the merits of popular participation in a civil society
  • Discuss democracy and Outline its importance
  • Analyse the process of rule of law and state the importance of rule of law
  • Define human trafficking and highlight the causes of human trafficking

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