CIVIC EDUCATION JSS 2 FIRST TERM

CIVIC
EDUCATION

JSS
2 FIRST TERM

WEEK
TOPIC/CONTENT
ACTIVITIES
1
NATIONAL
VALUES – INTEGRITY
      
Meaning of integrity and attributes.
      
Attributes of integrity: probity, honesty and
contentment.
Teacher: Lead students to define and discuss
integrity and some attributes of integrity. Guide students to discuss some
attributes of integrity. 
Students: Identify various attributes of
integrity.
Instructional Material: Use pictures/old
calendar of people of integrity.  
2
NATIONAL
VALUES – INTEGRITY
      
Attributes of integrity – Truthfulness, fair play and
non-compromise of principles etc 
Teacher: Guide students to discuss some
attributes of integrity. 
Students: Ask and answer questions
Instructional Material: Use pictures of
people of integrity.  
3
NATIONAL
VALUES – INTEGRITY
      
Examples of people of Integrity in the society  
Teacher: Ask students to identify and
mention some people of integrity. 
Students: Ask students some contributions
people of integrity make in the society
Instructional Material: Give assignment to
list down some people of integrity they know in their society.   
4
NATIONAL
VALUES – INTEGRITY
      
Need for people of integrity in the society: community
development
      
Peaceful co-existence for the young ones.   
Teacher: Guide students to citation of
people of integrity they know.
Discuss the importance of community
development and peaceful co-existence for the young ones.
Instructional Material: Use pictures of
people of integrity.  
5
NATIONAL
VALUES – CONTENTMENT
      
Meaning of contentment and attributes of contentment –
satisfaction and lack of envy
Teacher: Define contentment and ask students
the attributes of contentment. Lead students to discuss how a contented
person feels.
Students: Dramatize contented persons in
different ways of contentment. Or act as those that are not contented in the
society
Instructional resources: A chart showing all
the Nigerian national symbols.
6
NATIONAL
VALUES – CONTENTMENT
      
Attributes of contentment – rejection of geed,
corruption and humility.
Teacher: Define contentment and ask students
the attributes of contentment. Lead students to discuss how a contented
person feels.
Students: Dramatize contented persons in
different ways of contentment. Or act as those that are not contented in the
society
Instructional resources: A chart showing all
the Nigerian national symbols.
7
NATIONAL
VALUES –CONTENTMENT
      
Effects of lack of contentment society – corruption,
greed, envy, theft, prostitution, robbery, cheating etc.
Teacher: Discuss what lack of contentment
can bring to the society. .
Students: ask questions and take home
assignment to write.
Instructional Resources: Specimen of
Nigerian currency 
8
NATIONAL
VALUES – DISCIPLINE
      
Meaning and attributes of discipline. Self control
moderation and modesty.
      
Respect for legitimate authority
Teacher: Lead discussion on the meaning of
discipline and some attributes of discipline. Discuss with students why these
attributes of discipline are important in the school, home and society
Students: dramatize discipline 
Instructional material; Nigerian
constitution.
9
NATIONAL
VALUES – DISCIPLINE
      
Attributes of discipline
      
Respect for rules and regulations
      
Perseverance and dedication etc
Teacher: Lead discussion on the meaning of
discipline and some attributes of discipline. Discuss with students why these
attributes of discipline are important in the school, home and society
Students: dramatize discipline 
Instructional material; Nigerian
constitution.
10
NATIONAL
VALUES – COURAGE
      
Meaning of courage e.g. exercises boldness in carrying
out positive activities in the community.
      
Types of courage – physical courage (the willingness to
exercise physical energy to get things done.
Teacher: Discuss on the need for courageous
people in the society.
Students: Participate in class discussion
ask questions and tell stories of some courageous people in the society. 
Instructional Material: Pictures from old
calendars, recorded radio and TV programmes, newspapers etc. .  
11
NATIONAL
VALUES – COURAGE
      
Types of courage – Spiritual and Moral courage. 
      
Attributes of courageous person – commitment,
endurance, determination, steadfastness, diligence, boldness, bravery
Teacher: Discuss on the need for courageous
people in the society.
Students: Participate in class discussion
ask questions and tell stories of some courageous people in the society. 
Instructional Material: Pictures from old
calendars, recorded radio and TV programmes, newspapers etc.   
12
NIGERIA AS
A FEDERATION
      
Meaning of a Federation and Nigeria as a Federation
during the colonial era.
      
Need for a Federation – National Integrity, Unity in
diversity and controlling activities of state. 
Teacher: Define federation and federalism.
Give a short story on how Nigeria was amalgamated and what the amalgamation
brought to Nigeria as a country. Discuss needs for federation.
Students: Ask questions on what federalism
involves.
Instructional Resources: textbooks, map
(political map) and the Nigerian constitution(s) 
13
REVISION
14
EXAMINATION

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