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Civic Education (Primary Classes)

Civic Education (Primary Classes)

Health Issues

Keeping our surroundings clean We can keep our surroundings clean by doing the following: Sweeping and cleaning the house regularly. Sweeping the classroom and the school compound every day. Putting refuse in the dustbin. Flushing the toilet after use. Passing waste in no other place but the toilet. Cleaning the drains and gutters. Ensuring å clean environment We can make sure our environment remains clean and tidy in the following ways: We must provide enough dustbins. The school authorities should inspect the school every day. We must place things in their proper places all the time. We should make sure that the grass is kept short, and all flowers are trimmed. We should build good drains. We should not throw litter into the drains, in order not to block them. Presentation Step I: Teacher revises the previous topic. Step II: Teacher introduces the new topic “Health issues” Step III: Teacher… Read More »Health Issues

Civic Education (Primary Classes)

Community Leaders

In our traditional settings, we have leaders like: Obå – Yorubå Sårki – Håuså Eze – Igbo Onogie – Ishån Etsu – Nupe Ohinoyi – Ebirå There are other chiefs who support the community heads. Roles of community leaders Our community leaders settle disputes. They promote peace at all times. They regularly organize community work. They make sure the community is safe for people living in it. Qualities of community leaders Our leaders must be: Caring Loving Wise Intelligent Honest Brave, and Patient How we appreciate community leaders and others who do well in the community We give those awards, prizes, and gifts. We pay them special visits. For example, some pupils from your school could be selected to visit å good local government chairperson.   Presentation Step I: Teacher revises the previous topic. Step II: Teacher introduces the new topic “Community leaders ” Step III: Teacher explains the roles… Read More »Community Leaders

Civic Education (Primary Classes)

Community

Å community is made up of å group of people. They live close to each other in å place. They obey rules and regulations. Types of communities Traditional communities. Examples are villages and small towns. They are sometimes ruled by traditional rulers. The people know each other Modern communities. Examples are large towns and cities. Most of the people do not know each other very well. The communities are ruled by government officials. The people use modern equipment, like machines, and cars. The school community: The school is also å community. We spend å lot of our time there. Sometimes, pupils live in å part of the school called å boarding house or å hostel. People in the school community are always learning new things. The head teacher is the leader of the school community Members of the community In families, we have father, mother, children, uncles, aunts, cousins, grandparents… Read More »Community

Duties of Class Monitors and Prefect

They keep the class neat and tidy. When the class is tidy, we will be comfortable and then we will learn new things easily. They clean the chalkboard. When the chalkboard is clean, it will be easy for the teacher to write on it, and we will see it clearly. They stop noise making in the class. We will learn better when the class is quiet. They help the teacher to organize the class. For example, they distribute books, pencils, crayons and such things. They also collect our books when we finish our work. Sometimes, they arrange our books on the shelves. They report disobedient pupils to the school authorities. They make sure other pupils are orderly. They make sure that the school compound is neat. Qualities of class monitors and prefects They are hardworking. They are humble They are regular in school. They are neat. They are intelligent. They… Read More »Duties of Class Monitors and Prefect

Civic Education (Primary Classes)

School Rules and Regulation

Rules and regulations in the school are: What we should do in the school environment. What we should not do in the school environment. School rules Be punctual at school. Attend school regularly. You must be neat and tidy at all times. Be polite. Obey the teacher. Do not run when going up and down the stairs. Do not tell lies. Do not make noise in the classroom. Do not fight in school. Obey the prefects. Do your class work and homework promptly   Punctuality and regularity Punctuality and regularity will help you become å better person in future. Here are some ways in which you can learn to be punctual and regular in whatever you are doing. Attend school every day of the week. Always think of the time and day you should do something. Submit your class work and homework to the teacher on time. Participate in class… Read More »School Rules and Regulation

Civic Education (Primary Classes)

Civic Education

The need for Civic Education Civic education helps us to: Understand our rights; it helps us to know what to expect from the government. Understand our responsibilities; it helps us to understand what we should do for our country. Know how to practice democracy properly. Learn more about how our government works; it helps us to learn how our leaders rule the country   The importance of civic education to national development Civic education teaches us how to cooperate with one another, even if we practice different religions, and belong to different ethnic groups. It teaches us how we can make our society better It teaches that we should pay our taxes, and it shows us why we should do so. It teaches us to obey rules and regulations. It helps us to understand what the government is doing to protect us. Civic education teaches us how we can become… Read More »Civic Education

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