Civic Education Scheme of Work for Junior Secondary School (JSS 3)

 

 

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CIVIC EDUCATION

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 3)

FIRST TERM

 

 

WEEKS  TOPICS/CONTENTS

 

1. THE CONSTITUTION 

I. Definition of Constitution

II. Types of Constitution

III. Identify the Various Colonial Nigeria Constitution

 

2. THE CONSTITUTION 

I. Explain the colonial Nigeria Constitution

II. Differentiate between the constitution.

 

3. FEATURES OF COLONIAL CONSTITUTION 

Identify the Features of Colonial Constitutions

I. Clifford Constitution

II. Richard Constitution

III. Macpherson Constitution

IV. Lyttleton Constitution

V. 1960 independence Constitution

 

4. COLONIAL CONSTITUTION (Continuation)

 

5. POST 1960 CONSTITUTIONS

1963 CONSTITUTIONS

I. Identify Post Independence Constitutions

II. Discuss features of 1963 Constitution

 

6. POST 1960 CONSTITUTION 

I. Identify Republican Constitution

II. Discuss Features of 1963 Constitution

 

7. POST 1960 CONSTITUTION

PRESIDENTIAL CONSTITUTION

I. 1979, 1987, 1999 Presidential Constitution

II. Explain the Different presidential Elections

III. Elements of Each of the Constitutions

 

8. 1960 CONSTITUTIONS 

I. Identify the Features of Post Independence

II. Discuss the Elements of each of the Post Independent Nigeria Constitutions

 

9. SUPREMACY OF THE CONSTITUTION 

I. Explain the Meaning of Supremacy of the Constitution

II. Analyze why/Reasons the Constitution is Supreme

 

10. SUPREMACY OF THE CONSTITUTION (Continuation)

 

11. REVISION

 

12. EXAMINATION

 

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 3)

SECOND TERM

 

WEEKS  TOPICS/CONTENTS

 

1. NATIONAL VALUES

RIGHT ATTITUDES TO WORK

I. Explain the Meaning of Right Attitude to Work

II. State the Attributes of Right Attitude to Work

III. Identify Rewards for Right Attitude to Work

 

2. RIGHT ATTITUDE TO WORK 

I. Outline the Importance of Right Attitude to Work

II. Discuss the Consequences of not having the Right Attitude to Work

 

3. RIGHT ATTITUDE TO WORK (Continuation)

 

4. COMMUNAL SERVICES 

How to Work Together in a Cooperative Manner to Improve the Society

 

5. NEGATIVE BEHAVIOR 

I. Explain the Meaning of Negative Behaviors

II. State Examples of Negative Behaviors, e.g. Drug Addiction, Cultism, Disregard for Time, Ostentations Living, etc.

III. Explain the Examples Outlined

 

6. NEGATIVE BEHAVIOR (Continuation)

 

7. DRUG ABUSE/TRAFFICKING 

I. Explain the Meaning of Drug Abuse

II. State the Effects of Drug Abuse on the Society

 

8. EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES 

I. Explain the Meaning of Examination Malpractices

II. Mention Types/Forms of Examination Malpractices and Its Effects

 

9. | 10. REVISION

 

11. | 12. EXAMINATION

 

 

 

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 3)

THIRD TERM

 

WEEKS  TOPICS/CONTENTS

 

1. ELECTIONS 

I. State the meaning of Elections

II. Mention the Types of Elections

 

2. IMPORTANCE OF ELECTION 

I. Outline the Importance of Elections

II. Explain/Describe the Importance of Election in Democratic Society

 

3. ELECTORAL BODIES IN NIGERIA 

I. Identify the Electoral Bodies in Nigeria – INEC, SIEC

II. Composition and Roles

III. Explain Their Functions

 

4. FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS 

I. Explain the Meaning of Free and Fair Elections with Examples

II. State the Importance Need for Free and Fair Elections in Nigeria

 

5. ELECTORAL MALPRACTICES IN NIGERIA 

I. Explain the Meaning of Electoral Malpractices

II. Mention the Forms of Electoral Malpractices

III. Outline the Causes of Electoral Malpractices

 

6. WAYS OF PREVENTING ELECTORAL MALPRACTICES IN NIGERIA

List the Ways of Preventing Electoral Malpractices

 

7. DEMOCRATIC PROCESS 

I. Explain the Meaning of Voting

II. Analyze voters Registration

III. Process of voting

IV. Importance of voting

 

8. – 13. REVISION AND EXAMINATION

 

 

 

 

 

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