Civic Education Revision First Term Primary 6

Subject :

Civic Education

Topic :

Revision of first term

Class :

Primary 6  / Basic 6


Term :

Third Term


Week :

Week 8


Instructional Materials :

  • Revison notes



Previous Knowledge :

The pupils have previous knowledge of most of the questions that are asked as Revison



Behavioural Objectives :  At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to

  • Recall most of the topics that have been taught in first term



Content :






1.) National ______ are awards given to honour exceptional members of the society.

(a) shame (b) disgrace (c) honours


2.) _______ enables us to fit into our society (a) physics (b) biology (c) civic education


3.) ___________ are standard rules and regulations that determine how an individual behaves

(a) law (b) avenue (c) opportunity


4.) The Nigerian National Flag was designed by _____________

(a) Pa Taiwo Akinwunmi (b) Pa Taiwo Akinkunmi (c) Pa Taiwo Akinbunmi


5.) The National honours are in _____ categories (a) four (b) six (c) two


6.) Members of the family should ______ for each other (a) care (b) die (c) sleep


7.) Payment of tax is our civil _____ (a) education (b) duty (c) war


8.) Performing our duties brings out _______ (a) progress (b) war (c) conflict


9.) The highest national honour in Nigeria is ______ (a) CFR (b) OFR (c) GCON


10.) One of the reasons for giving out national honour awards is to ____ the citizen for hardwork (a) reward (b) rebuke (c) reprimand


11.) Which of the following is not a good value _____ (a) cheating (b) discipline (c) patriotrism


12.) One of these will not promote good value in our society _____

(a) favourism (b) integrity (c) trust


13.) When the national flag is flown at half mast, it is a sign of national ______

(a) awareness (b) consciousness (c) mourning


14.) Goods that are brought from other countries into Nigeria are known as _____ goods

(a) inferior (b) imported (c) exported


15.) The portrait of General Muritala is on the ___ naira note (a) fifty (b) twenty (c) two hundred


16.) The only naira note with no picture of a hero on it is the ____ note

(a) fifty (b) twenty (c) two hundred


17.) Nigerian citizenship can be acquired by foreigners through ____

(a) birth (b) voting (c) naturalization


18.) The most essential condition of Nigeria is by _____ (a) age (b) birth (c) wealth


19.) A Nigerian is qualified to vote at the age of ____ (a) twelve (b) fifty (c) eighteen


20.) The idea of democracy as a system of government started in ______

(a) China (b) Greece (c) Rome



Part B:

1.) Write out the following abbreviations in full






2.) Write out any two ways by which a foreigner can become a Nigeria citizen

(a) _________________________________________________________________________

(b) _________________________________________________________________________


3.) Why are National awards given out to Nigerian citizens, mention four reasons

(a) _________________________________________________________________________

(b) _________________________________________________________________________

(c) _________________________________________________________________________

(d) _________________________________________________________________________



4.) Write out the governors of the following states

States.                        Governor

a.) Akwa Ibom

b.) Bauchi

c.) Bayelsa

d.) Ogun




The topic is presented step by step


Step 1:

The class teacher revises the previous topics


Step 2.

He introduces the new topic


Step 3:

The class teacher allows the pupils to give their own examples and he corrects them when the needs arise


Evaluation :



Conclusion :


The class teacher wraps up or conclude the lesson by giving out short note to summarize the topic that he or she has just taught. The class teacher also goes round to make sure that the notes are well copied or well written. He or she does the necessary corrections when the need arises.


Assignment :

Prepare for the next lesson by reading for examination



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