Civic Education (Primary 2)

 

 

First Term, Second Term and Third Term 

Civic Education

Scheme of Work and Plan Lesson Notes

Primary 2

 

 

FIRST TERM 

SCHEME OF WORK WITH PLAN LESSON NOTES

 

WEEK 1 – Meaning and Advantages of Civic Education (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 2 – Topics Learnt in Primary 1 (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 3 | WEEK 4 – Why We Studies Civic Education (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 5 – Component of Civic Education – Meaning of Nationality and Benefits of Being a Nationality (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 6 – Component of Civic Education – Rights and Duties (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 7 – Importance of Civic Education to National Development (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 8 – Meaning of Honesty and Importance of Telling Truth (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 9 | WEEK 10 – Multi Roles in the Society – Courtesy, Politeness and Etiquette (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 11 – Revision 

 

WEEK 12 – Examination 

 

 

 

SECOND TERM 

SCHEME OF WORK WITH PLAN LESSON NOTES

 

WEEK 1 – 

 

WEEK 2 –

 

WEEK 3 –

 

WEEK 4 – 

 

WEEK 5 – 

 

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WEEK 7 – 

 

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WEEK 11 – 

 

WEEK 12 – 

 

 

 

 

THIRD TERM 

SCHEME OF WORK WITH PLAN LESSON NOTES

 

WEEK 1 – Revision on Second Term 

 

WEEK 2 – Leader in Our Community – Who is A Leader? (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 3 – The Community Leaders in Nigerian Traditional Settings (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 4 | WEEK 5 – Duties of A Community Leader (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 6 – Rewards of Community Leaders (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 7 – Other Duties of A Community Leader (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 8 – Humility – Meaning and Reasons why People should be Humble (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 9 – Qualities of Community Leaders (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 10 – Road Signs – Meaning (Types) and Importance of Traffic Lights (Primary 2)

 

WEEK 11 – Revision 

 

WEEK 12 – Examination 

 

 

 

 

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