Recent Scheme of Work on Civic Education (Senior)

Syllabus for Senior Secondary

FIRST TERM
SSS 1 SSS 2 SSS 3
WEEK 1: Revision
WEEK 1: Revision
WEEK 1: Revision
WEEK 2

Theme: Our Values
Topic: Values
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning and types of values e g justice, selflessness, honesty etc.
2. Justice and selflessness
WEEK 2

Theme: Citizenship
Topic: Importance of citizenship education
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of citizenship educatiOn.
2. Duties and obligations of Citizens to their communities e.g. Security, obedience to rules and regulations, environmental sanitation, promotion of peace etc.
WEEK 2

Theme: Characteristics Of Human Rights
Topic: Characteristics and category of human rights
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of human rights.
2. Characteristics of human rights e.g. universality of human rights; inalienability. of human rights etc.
WEEK 3

Theme: Our Values
Topic: Values
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Opportunity to defend oneself
2. Involvement in the community services.
WEEK 3

Theme: Citizenship
Topic: Importance of citizenship education
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Skills necessary for preservation of our traditions, customs, beliefs etc in Nigeria.
2. How to promote national consciousness, national integrity and unity.
WEEK 3

Theme: Characteristics Of Human Rights
Topic: Characteristics and category of human rights
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Categories of human rights e.g. civic and political rights; economic and social rights; environmental rights.
WEEK 4

Theme: Emerging Issues
Topic: Hiv/ aids
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of HIV/AIDS and the causes
2. Symptoms and effects of HIV/AIDS.
3. Preventive measures of HIV/AIDS e.g. use of condom, abstinence, faithfulness to partners etc.
4. Stigmatization of PLWHA
WEEK 4

Theme: Democracy And National Development
Topic: Capitalist democracy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of capitalist democracy and its characteristics. 2. Competition for power among political parties e.g. campaigns, manifestos ett
WEEK 4

Theme: Dangers Of Political Apathy
Topic: Fighting the political aparthy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Meaning of political apathy
WEEK 5

Theme: Emerging Issues
Topic: Youth empowerment
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Concept of Youth empowerment.
2. Youth empowerment skills e.g. Life coping, manipulative, intellectual, communicative and artistic skills.
WEEK 5

Theme: Democracy And National Development
Topic: Capitalist democracy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Importance of employment in alleviating poverty.
WEEK 5

Theme: Dangers Of Political Apathy
Topic: Fighting the political aparthy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Ways of fighting political apathy e.g. knowing and defending our rights; participation in elections; joining popular organizations etc.
WEEK 6

Theme: Emerging Issues
Topic: Youth empowerment
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Importance and benefits of the skills.
2. Practical work on specific skill.
WEEK 6

Theme: Democracy And National Development
Topic: Capitalist democracy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Factors which promote guaranteed employment e.g. free education and medical care, responsible governance, popular participation etc.
WEEK 6

Theme: Dangers Of Political Apathy
Topic: Fighting the political aparthy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Ways of fighting political apathy e.g. knowing and defending our rights; participation in elections; joining popular organizations etc. (Cont.)
WEEK 7

Theme: Citizenship
Topic: Goals of citizenship education
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of citizenship. 2. Types of laws and rights of individuals.
WEEK 7

Theme: Dangers Of Political Apathy
Topic: Meaning and forms of aparthy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Meaning of political apathy in its various forms e.g. refusal to register and vote, refusal to protest against rigging.
WEEK 7

Theme: Public Service In A Democracy
Topic: Public service
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Meaning of public service.
WEEK 8

Theme: Citizenship
Topic: Goals of citizenship education
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Functions and structures of government.
2. Nationalism and major, local/world civic problems.
WEEK 8

Theme: Dangers Of Political Apathy
Topic: Meaning and forms of aparthy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Reasons for political apathy e.g. bad governance, unfulfilled political promises, rigging etc.
WEEK 8

Theme: Public Service In A Democracy
Topic: Public service
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Reasons for the shortcomings in the public service: colonial influence; corruption; inconsistency of government policies etc
WEEK 9

Theme: Citizenship
Topic: Goals of citizenship education
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Nationalistic Roles of individuals and groups.
WEEK 9

Theme: Dangers Of Political Apathy
Topic: Meaning and forms of aparthy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Why leaders fail to protect the interest of their followers e.g. selfishness, party interest.
WEEK 9

Theme: Public Service In A Democracy
Topic: Public service
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Ways of improving the public service in Nigeria e.g.
i. Refresher courses and training programs;
ii. Teaching of political education in schools;
iii. Use of Code of Conduct Bureau and Public Complaint· Commission etc.

WEEK 10: REVISION AND EXAMININATION

WEEK 10: REVISION AND EXAMININATION

WEEK 10: REVISION AND EXAMININATION

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SECOND TERM
SSS 1 SSS 2 SSS 3
WEEK 1: Revision
WEEK 1: Revision
WEEK 1: Revision
WEEK 2

Theme: Representive Democracy
Topic: Characteristic of democracy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Representative democracy and its characteristics.
2. Rule of law and maximum liberty for its citizens.
WEEK 2

Theme: Achieving Popular Participation In Politics
Topic: Popular participation
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Definition of popular participation.
2. Reasons why people do not participate in polities e.g. economic, obstacles, discrimination, illiteracy.
WEEK 2

Theme: Civil Society And Popular Participation
Topic: Civil society
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of civil society.
2. Functions and need for civil society.
3. Qualities and problems of civil society.
WEEK 3

Theme: Representive Democracy
Topic: Characteristic of democracy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Rule of majority with adequate safeguards to the minorities.
WEEK 3

Theme: Achieving Popular Participation In Politics
Topic: Popular participation
Sub-Topic:
Content:
How popular organizations are formed.
WEEK 3

Theme: Civil Society And Popular Participation
Topic: Popular participation
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of popular participation.
2. Types of popular participation political, economics, etc.
3. Need for popular participation in Civil Society.
4. Traditional and Modern mode of popular participation;
WEEK 4

Theme: Pillars Of Democracy
Topic: The major pillars of democracy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. The constitution.
2. Strong institutions e.g. the arms of government, armed forces, civil societies etc.
3. Federalism, state and local governments.
WEEK 4

Theme: Limitation Of Human Rights
Topic: Human Rights
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Definition of human rights.
2. Limitations of Human Rights e.g. Wars; state of emergency, conviction in a law court etc.
WEEK 4

Theme: Constitution Of Democracy And The Rule Of Law
Topic: Democracy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of democracy.
2. Importance and problems of democracy.
3. Processes. of democracy.
WEEK 5

Theme: Pillars Of Democracy
Topic: The major pillars of democracy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Citizen's responsibilities.
2. Political parties and free press.
WEEK 5

Theme: Limitation Of Human Rights
Topic: Human Rights
Sub-Topic:
Content:
A list of what happens during emergency periods e.g. limitation of movement and lack of freedom of speech.
WEEK 5

Theme: Constitution Of Democracy And The Rule Of Law
Topic: Rule of law
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning and importance of rule of law.
2. Processes of rule of law.
3. Problems of rule of law.
WEEK 6

Theme: Human Rights
Topic: Brief history background of UDHR
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of UDHR - Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
2. Historical background of UDHR.
WEEK 6

Theme: Drugs And Drug Abuse
Topic: Drug Use and Abuse
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of drug and drug abuse.
2. Types of drugs that can be abused and how they are abused.
WEEK 6

Theme: Constitution Of Democracy And The Rule Of Law
Topic: Constitutional democracy
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning and types of Constitutional democracy.
2. Features of constitutional Democracy e.g. Popular sovereignty, majority rule and minority rights etc.
3. Advantages and disadvantages of constitutional democracy.
4. Meaning of key concepts in constitutional democracy.
WEEK 7

Theme: Human Rights
Topic: The seven core freedom of UDHR
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of the seven core freedom of UDHR.
2. Seven core freedoms of UDHR e.g. freedom from discrimination, want, fear etc ..
WEEK 7

Theme: Drugs And Drug Abuse
Topic: Effect of Drugs and Drug Abuse
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Symptoms of Drug Abuse e.g. violence, depression, allergy etc.
2. Behaviours exhibited by drug addicts seen from photographs and illustrations
WEEK 7

Theme: Human Trafficking
Topic: Human trafficking
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of human trafficking.
2. Causes of human trafficking e.g. Poverty, greed, low self-esteem, corruption etc.
WEEK 8

Theme: Human Rights
Topic: Rsponsibility of individuals, groups and Government in UDHR
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Roles of individuals and groups e.g. advocacy th,rough print and electronic media, awareness campaigns e.t.c.
WEEK 8

Theme: Drugs And Drug Abuse
Topic: Prevention of Drug Abuse
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Ways of preventing drug abuse.
2. Government agencies that are working to prevent drug abuse e.g. NDLEA, NAFDAC.
WEEK 8

Theme: Human Trafficking
Topic: Human trafficking
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Effects and consequences of Human Trafficking e.g. death, Unwanted pregnancy, stigmatization etc.
WEEK 9

Theme: Human Rights
Topic: Rsponsibility of individuals, groups and Government in UDHR
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Roles of government e.g. Enactment of laws, establishment of agencies the NAPTIP, teqal Aid Council.
WEEK 9

Theme: Drugs And Drug Abuse
Topic: Drug Law, Enforcement and Administration
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Laws that are promulgated against drug abuse.
2. Activities of drug enforcement agencies e.g. burning of fake or expired drugs.
WEEK 9

Theme: Human Trafficking
Topic: Human trafficking
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Government and Individual efforts to stop Human Trafficking e.g. NAPTIP, Enactment of Laws, NGO's like WOTCLEF.

WEEK 10: REVISION AND EXAMININATION

WEEK 10: REVISION AND EXAMININATION

WEEK 10: REVISION AND EXAMININATION

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THIRD TERM
SSS 1 SSS 2 SSS 3
WEEK 1: Revision
WEEK 1: Revision
WEEK 1: Revision
WEEK 2

Theme: Cultism
Topic: Cultism
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of cultism.
2. Different cult groups especial those in the school e.g. Black Axe, Buccaneers, Eiye etc.
WEEK 2

Theme: Responsible Parenthood
Topic: Responsible Parenthood
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of Responsible Parenthood.
2. Roles of responsible parent e.g. providing for the household, caring, education, good home training etc.
WEEK 2

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WEEK 3

Theme: Cultism
Topic: Cultism
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Origin and reasons for establishing and joining cult.
WEEK 3

Theme: Responsible Parenthood
Topic: Responsible Parenthood
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Importance of responsible parenthood e.g. responsible citizenry, reduction in crime rates, healthy nation, etc.
WEEK 3

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Topic:
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WEEK 4

Theme: Cultism
Topic: Cultism
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Consequences of cultism e.g. Expulsion, Violence, Murder, Spiritual Problems etc.
WEEK 4

Theme: Traffic Regulations
Topic: Traffic Regulations
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of traffic regulations
2. Traffic regulations e.g. Obeying traffic officials and signs, avoiding over speed.
WEEK 4

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Topic:
Sub-Topic:
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WEEK 5

Theme: Cultism
Topic: Cultism
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Preventive measures against cultism e.g. Abiding in rules and regulation, studying hard in school, faith in God as protector and provider.
WEEK 5

Theme: Traffic Regulations
Topic: Traffic Regulations
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Roles of individuals and government in maintaining traffic regulations e.g. FRSC, enactment of laws, NGO's obeying and assisting traffic officials.
WEEK 5

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WEEK 6

Theme: Law And Order
Topic: Orderliness
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of orderliness
2. Examples of orderliness in the society: Listening skills, driving skills, decorum, queuing culture etc.
WEEK 6

Theme: Relationships
Topic: Interpersonal Relations
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of Interpersonal relationships
2. Types of Interpersonal relationships e.g. relationship between man and woman; relationship between individuals and government, relationship among peers.
WEEK 6

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WEEK 7

Theme: Law And Order
Topic: Orderliness
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Roles of Orderliness in the society e.g. by showing good examples to people, Training people around you, correcting younger ones patiently, to be careful in whatever you do.
WEEK 7

Theme: Relationships
Topic: Interpersonal Relations
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Skills that promote interpersonal relationships e.g. honesty, tolerance, kindness, caring, patience etc.
WEEK 7

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WEEK 8

Theme: Law And Order
Topic: Respect of constituted authority
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of Constituted Authority.
2. Types of Constituted authority
WEEK 8

Theme: Relationships
Topic: Inter-Communal Relationship
Sub-Topic:
Content:
1. Meaning of Intercommunal relationships
2. Importance of Inter communal relationships e.g. promotes development enhances security and business etc.
WEEK 8

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WEEK 9

Theme: Law And Order
Topic: Respect of constituted authority
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Importance of constituted authority.
WEEK 9

Theme: Relationships
Topic: Inter-Communal Relationship
Sub-Topic:
Content:
Skills for resolving inter communal conflicts e.g. dialogue, mediation, etc.
WEEK 9

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