1. The constitution
2. Strong institutions, e.g. the arms of the government, armed forces, civil societies, etc
3. Federalism, state and local governments.
4. Citizen's responsibilities.
5. Political parties and free press.
1. Meaning and Examples of Orderliness
2. Examples of orderliness in the society:
3. Roles of orderliness in the society FOCUS LESSONS
1. Meaning of Constituted Authority
2. Types of constituted Authority
3. Importance of Constituted Authority
1. Meaning of HIV/AIDS and the causes
2. Symptoms and effects of HIV/AIDS, etc.
1. Concept of Youth empowerment.
2. Youth empowerment skills e.g Life coping, manipulative, intellectual, communicative and artistic skills, etc.
FOCUS LESSONS - 1. Meaning of cultism.
2. Different cult groups especially those in the school e.g Black Axe, Buccaneers, Eiye etc.
3. Origin and reasons for establishing and joining cult.
4. Consequences of cult, e.g. expulsion, violence, murder, spiritual problems etc.
5. Preventive measures against cultism e.g abiding in rules and regulation, studying hard in school, faith in
1. Meaning of Citizenship
2. Types of Laws and Rights of Individuals
3. Functions and Structures of Government
4. Nationalism and Major, Local/World Civic Problems
5. Nationalistic Roles of Individuals and Groups
CIVIC EDUCATION THEME – RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES TOPIC 1 – SUPREMACY OF THE CONSTITUTION INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1. Textbooks 2. Constitutions LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. explain the meaning of Supremacy of the constitution. 2. explain why the constitution is supreme. CONTENTS