CIVIC EDUCATION PRIMARY 2 SECOND TERM LESSON NOTE SCHEME OF WORK

Lesson Notes / Scheme of work

Primary 1  |  Primary 2Primary 3

Primary 4 |  Primary 5Primary 6

JSS1JSS2  | JSS3

SSS1SSS2  |  SSS3

Question Bank

Primary 1 |  Primary 2  |Primary3

Primary 4  | Primary5 Primary6

JSS1JSS2 |  JSS3

SSS1SSS2  |  SSS3

CIVIC EDUCATION PRIMARY 2 SECOND TERM LESSON NOTE SCHEME OF WORK

  • CIVIC EDUCATION LESSON PLAN SECOND TERM BASIC 2

WEEK:  One

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Civic Education

TOPIC:  The community leaders title holders

 

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. explain what title means

  2. state at least, three community leaders titled holders in Nigeria

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils are familiar with

 

CONTENT:

THE IDEA OF COMMUNITY LEADERS IN NIGERIA

The title refers to the name given to community leaders e.g. Oba, Eze, Emir etc.

COMMUNITY LEADERS AND TITLES

INSTRUCTIONAL  MATERIAL: Pictures, charts and textbook

REFERENCE MATERIAL: Civic Education for primary schools. Basic 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus:                                                

  1. What is a title?

  2. Mention three community leaders you know

WEEK:  Two

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Civic Education

TOPIC:  The Importance of Title Holders in Nigeria

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils have been introduced to the topic in the previous class

 

CONTENT:

THE IMPORTANCE OF TITLE HOLDERS IN NIGERIA

– Recognition

–  They enhance community development

– Function as king carbonate in the community

– They protect the community from external attack

– They organize traditional festivals

– They act as traditional leaders.

INSTRUCTIONAL  MATERIAL: Pictures, charts and textbook

REFERENCE MATERIAL: Civic Education for primary schools. Basic 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus:

  1. State three importance of title holders in Nigeria.

  2. The traditional leader in Yoruba land is called ……………………..

 

 

WEEK: Three

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Civic Education

TOPIC:  Traditional Leadership

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. explain what tradition means

  2. how they are formed

  3. list three problems of bad traditional leader

  4. explain traditional checks and balances to the power of a leader.

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils are familiar with

 

CONTENT:

TRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP

Traditions are those rules that are acceptable in a community. Every community and ethnic groups have their own customs and traditions according to the law of the land. These traditions guides the people on what to do and not to do, how traditional rites and festivals are conducted etc.

Some bad leaders do not follow the law of the land. They treat the people badly, take peoples’ wives and properties and collect bribe. These may lead to riot in the community. However, a leader is appointed by some elders in the community, so he may also be removed if he fails to follow the traditions of the land.

TRADITIONAL FESTIVAL

 

 

INSTRUCTIONAL  MATERIAL: Pictures, charts and textbook

REFERENCE MATERIAL: Civic Education for primary schools. Basic 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus:

  1. What are traditions?

  2. State three problems of bad traditional leaders

WEEK: Four

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Civic Education

TOPIC: The way leaders are chosen in the locality

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. explain the way leaders are chosen in their locality

  2. state how many community leaders that are chosen in their locality.

 

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils are familiar with choosing a class leader

 

CONTENT:

THE WAY LEADERS ARE CHOSEN IN THE LOCALITY

  1. By hereditary: Someone whose father was a traditional leader may inherit the title

  2. By election: this is common in the political democratic system where the people vote for whosoever they want

  3. By appointment: this happens when a person has an incredible attributein which members of the community appreciate.

 

INSTRUCTIONAL  MATERIAL: Dramatization

REFERENCE MATERIAL: Civic Education for primary schools. Basic 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus:

  1. State three ways in which leaders are appointed

  2. What do you understand by inheritance?

WEEK: Five

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Civic Education

TOPIC:  Advantages of Choosing a Leader

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. State the advantages of choosing a leader in the community

  2. explain the advantages of various forms of leadership

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils are familiar with some benefits of choosing a leader

 

CONTENT:

ADVANTAGES OF CHOOSING A LEADER

Advantages refer to benefits. When we choose a leader in the community, we benefit the following:

  1. Job opportunities

  2. Community development

  3. Health welfare

  4. Peace and Unity in the community

  5. Maintenance of law and order

 

 

INSTRUCTIONAL  MATERIAL: Pictures, charts and textbook

REFERENCE MATERIAL: Civic Education for primary schools. Basic 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus:

  1. Advantages are ……………….

  2. State three benefits of choosing a leader

WEEK: Six

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Civic Education

TOPIC:  Disadvantages of choosing a leader

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. state the disadvantages of chosen a leader in the community

  2. state the various forms of leadership.

 

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils are familiar with some disadvantages of choosing a leader

 

CONTENT:

DISADVANTAGES OF CHOOSING A LEADER

Disadvantages refers to the bad effects of something. The bad effects of choosing a leader are:

  1. Jealousy

  2. Arrogancy

  3. Arbitrary/ Selfish rule

  4. Lack of care for the people

  5. War

 

 

INSTRUCTIONAL  MATERIAL: Pictures, charts and textbook

REFERENCE MATERIAL: Civic Education for primary schools. Basic 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus:

  1. Disadvantages are the ……………………… of something.

  2. State three disadvantages of choosing a leader

WEEK: Seven

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Civic Education

TOPIC: How political parties are formed

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. explain the meaning of political party

  2. say how the political parties are formed in the community

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils are familiar with some political parties in their locality

 

CONTENT:

HOW POLITICAL PARTIES ARE FORMED

A political party is a group of people who come together in other to control the government of a country. Examples of political parties in Nigeria are APC, APGA, PDP etc.

 

A political party is formed when people come together to support a particular party leader. Political parties choose a candidate that will represent them for a particular office in the government. They also canvass for election through rallies.

Lesson Notes

Primary School lesson notes, all subjects.

Lesson notes

Lesson  notes and plan for secondary schools

Question Bank

Question bank for primary

Question Bank

Question Bank for Secondary School

work sheet

Worksheet for all levels

If you need all the content at an affordable price (N500) ONLY, feel free to contact us.

+2348039740135 : whatsapp

Are you a school owner or a teacher,

Click the image below to join Teachers’ Connect to learn more…

 

YOUR COMMENTS ARE WELCOME

You cannot copy content of this page

error: Content is protected !!
Advertise with us