Third Term Examination Civic Education JSS 1 (Basic 7) – Exam Questions

 

CIVIC EDUCATION 

THIRD TERM EXAMINATION 

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

JSS 1 (BASIC 7) 

 

 

SECTION A

Answer all questions.

 

1. The actual worth of a thing in monetary terms is referred to as ____________.

(a) valult

(b) valies

(c) valleys

(d) values

 

2. In the A-Z of aviation, Q represents ____________.

(a) quaker oat

(b) quick

(c) queen

(d) quebec

 

3. ____________ is defined as the attitude of standing for the truth and being identified with study behavior.

(a) Fairness

(b) Goodness

(c) Faithfulness

(d) Honesty

 

4. One of these is a consequence of dishonesty.

(a) It leads to punishment.

 

 

(b) It brings shame.

(c) A person can be neglected.

(d) An individual will be given an award.

 

5. All are types of citizenship except ____________.

(a) nationalization

(b) birth

(c) dual

(d) marriage

 

6. In the Nigerian coat of arms, the Eagle represents the ____________ of Nigeria.

(a) corruption

(b) food

(c) witches

(d) strength

 

7. Pounds sterling and cents is to England, Naira and ____________ is to Nigeria.

(a) naira

(b) cedi

(c) kobo

(d) dollar

 

8. The freedoms that citizens have under a state is called ____________.

(a) obligations

 

 

(b) unity

(c) blessings

(d) human rights

 

9. In the traffic rules and regulations, with respect to road signs, the green light signifies ____________.

(a) stop

(b) ready

(c) sit

(d) stop

 

10. The immediate treatment given to an individual who is injured is called ____________.

(a) First Aider

(b) First Class

(c) First Position

(d) First Aid

 

11. ____________ defined democracy as a system of government of the people by the people and for the people.

 

12. Right to vote and be voted for is an example of ____________ right.

 

13. Those things a citizen must do for the state because they are necessary are called ____________.

 

 

14. Nigeria is a country in the ____________ African sub region.

 

15. The working together of people to achieve a common goal is called ____________.

 

16. Three examples of Nigeria national symbols are ____________ and ____________.

 

17. Modern democracy takes its roots from ____________.

 

18. A citizen of two countries can also be referred to as a ____________ citizen.

 

19. In Nigeria, there are ____________ geo-political zones.

 

20. While ____________ is a sudden occurrence of an event that is harmful in nature, ____________ is the process of preventing such occurrence.

 

 

SECTION B

Answer four (4) questions in all.

Question one is compulsory.

QUESTION 1

A. What are human rights?

 

 

B. State four forms of abuse of fundamental human rights.

C. List seven examples of a citizen’s fundamental human rights.

D. Write out the A – Z of aviation.

 

QUESTION 2

A. Is there any difference between a citizen’s right and his or her obligation? Explain.

B. List four Nigerian national symbols.

 

QUESTION 3

A. In a village called Awardee, every member of the community helps in way or the other to ensure that growth and development is seen and felt; this attracted members from other communities to Awardee village. How will you describe the behavior of the people of Awardee village?

B. What are four consequences of lack of co-operation in the society?

 

QUESTION 4

A. Define the term Obligations.

B. Give four reasons why a citizen must perform his/her obligations to the society.

 

QUESTION 5

 

 

A. What are traffic rules and regulations?

B. State the traffic light signals and their interpretations.

 

 

     GOOD LUCK

 

 

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