SCHEME OF WORK FOR CIVIC EDUCATION JSS 3

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CIVIC EDUCATION JSS 3
1. Illiteracy- meaning, causes, consequences and solutions
2. Right Attitude to Work- meaning, attributes, rewards and consequences of not having the right attitude to work
3. Negative Behaviour- meaning, effects and ways of promoting positive behavioural changes
4. National Population Census- meaning, importance and
problems

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CIVIC EDUCATION JSS 1

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CIVIC EDUCATION JSS 1
1 Value definition
2 Meaning and objective
3 Values meaning and importance
4 Levels of manifestation of value individual and society level
5 IST C. A. T
6 Factors that Promote Good Value System
7 Types of values honesty: meaning and attributes
8 Benefits of honesty and consequences of dishonesty

REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY

REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY

Representative Democracy is a system of government in which people elect those that will rule over them in government. It is also a government in the majority of the people. Examples of countries that practice this system include: Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia, South Africa, U.S.A, Britain, France, Germany, Brazil, etc.

TYPES OF CONSTITUTIONS

TYPES OF CONSTITUTIONS

The various types of constitutions include:

Written Constitution: These are the laws of the country that are found in a single document (book) at a particular time. E.g. Nigeria 1999 constitution.
Unwritten constitution: This is when all the important law of a country are found in many documents (but not in a single document). The Great Britain operations an unwritten constitution.
Flexible Constitution: This is when the process of amending a constitution is not difficult/complicated.

CONSTITUTION (DEFINITION/SOURCES/IMPORTANCE)

CONSTITUTION (DEFINITION/SOURCES/IMPORTANCE)

A constitution means a set of rules and regulations that guides the behavior of the state and its citizens. It also means a set of laws, principles, rules and regulations which determines how a country is ruled or governed.

Every community, organisation or society has some rules and regulations that guide the activities/behaviours of their members. So also in the class, school, state and the country at large. However, all these rules are made by the people who come together to provide/make the law o as to make the society stable and also promote peace and development.

EFFECTS OF ROAD ACCIDENT

EFFECTS OF ROAD ACCIDENT

Accident can be defined as a sudden occurrence that causes injury on the victims/road users. It can also cause damage to the vehicles or properties

There are three categories of accidents.

Fatal accident – when life is lost
Serious accident – when there are injuries
Minor accident – when there are no injuries

SOCIAL ISSUES (TRAFFIC RULES)

OCIAL ISSUES (TRAFFIC RULES)

Traffic means the movement of air – crafts, ships and vehicles from place to another. It also means the movement of people and goods from one place to another through the aid of vehicles, ships, trains and air-crafts.

Traffic rules and regulations are laws governing the movement of people and goods, vehicles, ships, trains and air crafts. When people obey the rules guiding traffic, accidents will be reduced on our roads.