CIVIC EDUCATION

Fun and Learning with Nursery Rhymes: Engaging Nursery 2 Students

    Subject: Rhymes Class: Nursery 2 My head, my ………………………………. (a) shoulder (b) hand   Baa baa black …………………… (a) sheep (b) cat   Mr. ………………….. are you sweet? (a) apple (b) sugar Head and shoulder, kneels and ………………….. (a) toes (b) mouth   Humpty Dumpty sat on a …………………… (a) wall (b) house

Second Term Lesson Notes Primary 1 Civic Education

SCHEME OF WORK WITH LESSON NOTES   WEEK 1 – Rules and Regulations (Primary 1)   WEEK 2 – Dos and Don’ts of The society  (Primary 1)   WEEK 3 – The Benefits of obeying Rules And Regulations (Primary 1)   WEEK 4 – The Rewards Of Disobedience (Primary 1)   WEEK 5 – Other ways through which Civic

Understanding Democracy and Freedom Civic Education Primary 3 First Term Lesson Notes Week 9

Subject: Civic Education Class: Primary 3 Term: First Term Week: 9 Topic: Understanding Democracy and Freedom Sub-topic: Meaning of Democracy, Democracy in Society, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Association, Differentiating Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Association Duration: 45 minutes Previous Knowledge: Basic awareness of living in a community. Learning Objectives: Define democracy and understand

Celebrating Nigerian Festivals Comprehension English Grammar Primary 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 9

  Subject: English Grammar Class: Primary 2 Term: First Term Week: 9 Topic: Vocabulary Building – Exploring Festival Vocabulary Sub-topic: Understanding New Words from the Passage on Celebrating Nigerian Festivals Duration: 45 minutes Previous Knowledge: Students should have basic reading and comprehension skills. They should also be familiar with the concept of festivals. Learning Objectives:

Honesty Civic Education Primary 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 8

Class: Primary 2 Subject: Civic Education Topic: Types of National Values: Honesty Duration: 45 minutes Term: First Term Week: Week 8 Set Induction (5 minutes): Start the lesson by asking the students about what honesty means. Use simple scenarios to explain the concept of being truthful. Content: TYPES OF NATIONAL VALUES: HONESTY 🇳🇬 1. Honesty

Good Values That Build A Nation Like Honesty, Patriotism, Tolerance, Cooperation, and Self Reliance Civic Education Primary 1 First Term Lesson Notes Week 6

Class: Primary 1 Subject: Civic Education Topic: Good Values That Build A Nation: Honesty, Patriotism, Tolerance, Cooperation, and Self-Reliance Sub-topic: Understanding Good Values Duration: 40 minutes Instructional Materials: Flashcards with images and words for each value Pictures representing different values Whiteboard and markers Stickers for rewards Entry Behaviour: Students should have basic knowledge of values

Leadership Meaning Identification and Types of Leaders Civic Education Primary 5 First Term Lesson Notes Week 5

Title: Understanding Leadership Subject: Civic Education Class: Primary 5 Term: First Term Week: 5 Duration: 40 minutes Learning Objectives: Define the term “leadership.” Identify who a leader is. Mention the types of leadership. Analyze the types of leadership. Previous Lesson: In the previous lesson, students learned about “Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens.” Embedded Core Skills:
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