Nursery 3 Civic Education Scheme of Work

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About Civic Education Scheme of Work for Nursery 3

Civic Education is important for children in Nursery 3. It helps them learn about their community and how to be good citizens.

This scheme of work is designed to teach basic concepts of civics to children. In this subject, children will learn about their roles and responsibilities at home and in school.

The subject includes other topics like family, community helpers, and national symbols. These topics help children recognize the people and symbols that are important in their lives.

Teachers will use songs, stories, and activities to make learning fun. This method helps children remember what they learn and enjoy their lessons.

By the end of the term, children will know simple civic duties. They will learn to respect others and follow rules.

This scheme of work supports the development of good habits. It aims to build a foundation for future learning in Civic Education.

Nursery 3 First Term Scheme of Work for Civic Education

   
SourceNational Association of Proprietors of Private Schools 
ClassNURSERY 3 
SubjectCivic Education 
TermFIRST TERM 
WeekTopicTeachers ActivitiesPupil ActivitiesLearning Resources
1REVISION   
2GENDER ISSUES

– Identification of self as male or female
i. The teacher explains the meaning of gender to the pupils using the pupils as examples of gender classification and leads each pupil to identify if their gender.i. Pupils identify and write their genderCharts
3GENDER ISSUES IN GAMES AND PLAYS

– Male and female children playing together
i. Teacher guides pupils to play with each one another without discrimination or separation because of gender.

ii. The teacher guides pupils to sing rhymes and play some games in the classroom without leaving out one gender.
i. Pupils participate in the class discussion and engages actively.Charts Rhyme book
4FOLK TALES FOR MALE AND FEMALE

– Meaning of folk tales
– Importance of folk tales
i. The teacher tells stories that engage pupils in the classroom and involves both males and females regardless.

ii. The teacher encourages male and female pupils to tell stories to the class.

iii. The teacher guides pupils to identify the importance of folk tales.
i. Pupils listen and participate actively in the class discussion.

ii. Pupils take note of lessons learned in the stories told in class.
Storybooks
5LOVE FOR ONE’S COUNTRY

– How to love one’s country (Nigeria).
i. The teacher guides the pupils to identify Nigeria as their country and explains what it means to love one’s country.

ii. The teacher identifies simple ways of showing love to one’s country e.g. singing the national anthem while standing attention, praying for Nigeria, doing voluntary service like community sanitation, helping other Nigerians, holding or flying the flag of Nigeria, etc.
i. Pupils demonstrate different ways of showing love for Nigeria as guided by the teacher.Charts Posters Flag of Nigeria.
6NATIONAL COLOURS

– The official colours of Nigeria: Green and white.
– Description of the flag of Nigeria
i. With the aid of charts, video clips and any other relevant teaching aid, the teacher explains that each country has their colours.

ii. The teacher shows and describes the flag of Nigeria and mentions that green and white are the colours of Nigeria.
i. Pupils identify the flag of Nigeria.

ii. Pupils identify the national colours of Nigeria- green and white.
Flag of Nigeria Charts Posters
7NATIONAL SONG

– The Nigeria national anthem
i. The teacher explains that the national song is the same as national anthem.

ii. With the aid of an mp3 or mp4 player, the teacher plays the national song of Nigeria to the pupils and explains it.
i. Pupils sing the national anthem of NigeriaMP3 Player MP4 Player
8RESPONSIBILITIES AS CHILDREN

– The things we must do
i. The teacher explains the meaning of responsibilities as duties or the things that needs to be done.

ii. The teacher lists responsibilities of children e.g. cleaning the classroom, home, places of worship, playing safely, going to school early, etc.
i. Pupils identify their responsibilities as children.Charts Posters
9CHILDREN’S RIGHTSi. The teacher explains the meaning of rights as things that need to be provided for children or that children need to have.

ii. The teacher lists some of the rights of children: -right to live, – right to be educated in a school, – right to good food.
i. Pupils identify and write some of the rights of childrenCharts Posters Textbook
10BASIC AMENITIESi. The teacher explains the meaning of basic amenities as things that people need in their communities for them to live comfortably in their communities.

ii. The teacher guides pupils to list some basic amenities: good road, electricity, potable water, clinic, security, etc.
i. Pupils define basic amenities.

ii. Pupils list some basic amenities.
Charts Posters Textbook
11REVISION   
12EXAMINATION   

Nursery 3 Second Term Scheme of Work for Civic Education

   
TermSecond Term 
WeekTopicTeachers ActivitiesPupil ActivitiesLearning Resources
1REVISION   
2RESPONSIBILITIES AT HOME

– Things children should do at home.
i. The teacher mentions some things that children have to do at home e.g. sweeping, dusting, washing, running errands, etc.

ii. The teacher guides the pupils to identify some items that are used to clean at home and encourages pupils to do perform their responsibilities.
i. Pupils list their responsibilities at home.

ii. Pupils mention why they must perform their responsibilities at home.
Charts Posters MP4 Player
3RESPONSIBILITIES IN SCHOOL

– Things children should do at school
i. The teacher identifies some duties pupils can perform in school e.g. keeping the classroom neat and arranged, returning lost items, caring for junior pupils, listening to the teacher, etc.

ii. The teacher encourages the pupils to perform their duties in school.
i. Pupils list their responsibilities in school.

ii. Pupils mention why they must perform their responsibilities in school.
Charts Posters MP4 Player
4RESPONSIBILITIES IN RELIGIOUS PLACES

– How to take care of personal belongings at places of worship
i. The teacher explains the meaning of religious places and guides the pupils to identify their responsibilities.

ii. The teacher guides the pupils to take care of their personal belongings when in public spaces such s religious places, school, market, etc.
i. Pupils identify how to take care of their personal belongings in public places such as religious places.

ii. Pupils write examples of religious places e.g. church, mosque, shrine, etc.
Posters Charts Textbook
5REWARDS AND CONSEQUENCES

– Rewards of performing one’s responsibilities.
– Consequences of not performing one’s responsibilities.
i. The teacher lists some of the rewards children get for performing their duties at home, school and religious places e.g. praises, awards, gifts, promotion, etc.

ii. The teacher lists some of the consequences children face for not performing their duties at home, school and religious places e.g. punishment, shame, demotion, etc.
i. Pupils list some rewards they get for performing their responsibilities.

ii. Pupils list the consequences for ignoring their responsibilities.
Posters Charts Textbook
6GOVERNMENT PROPERTY TO TAKE CARE OFi. With the aid of charts, posters and other relevant aids, the teacher guides the pupils to identify government property that must be taken care of e.g. government buildings like secretariats, stadiums, museums, electricity pole, borehole water, etc.

ii. The teacher encourages pupils to take care of government property and not to engage in vandalism; not to be vandals.
i. Pupils explain who a vandal is.

ii. Pupils identify government property that need to be taken care of.

iii. Pupils mention how to take care of government’s property.
Posters Charts Textbook
7GOOD BEHAVIOUR – Punctuality

– Going to school or other important places early.
– Importance of Punctuality
i. The teacher explains to the pupils the meaning of good behaviour and lists some examples.

ii. The teacher explains the meaning of punctuality and the importance of punctuality.
i. Pupils identify other pupils in the class who are always punctual to school.

ii. Pupils mention some benefits of being early to school.
Posters Charts Textbook
8GOOD BEHAVIOUR – Obedience

– Meaning of Obedience
– Importance of Obedience
i. The teacher explains the meaning of punctuality and the importance of obedience.

ii. The teacher encourages the pupils to be obedient to their parents, elders in the community, teachers, etc.
i. Pupils explain the meaning of obedience and list the importance.Posters Charts Textbook
9GOOD BEHAVIOUR – Respect

– Meaning of Respect
– Importance of Respect
i. The teacher explains the meaning of respect – having regard – and the importance of respect for others.

ii. The teacher encourages the pupils to be respectful to their parents, elders in the community, teachers, etc.
i. Pupils explain the meaning of respect and list the importance.Posters Charts Textbook
10GOOD BEHAVIOUR – Self-control

– Meaning of Self-control
i. The teacher explains the meaning of self-control and the importance of self-control.

ii. The teacher encourages the pupils to have self-control everywhere they find themselves, etc.
i. Pupils explain the meaning of self-control and list the importance.

ii. The pupils tell how to be self-reliant.
Posters Charts Textbook
11REVISION   
12EXAMINATION   

Nursery 3 Third Term Scheme of Work for Civic Education

   
TermThird Term 
WeekTopicTeachers ActivitiesPupil ActivitiesLearning Resources
1REVISION   
1ORDERLINESS AT HOMEi. The teacher explains the meaning of orderliness to the pupils.

ii. The teacher uses charts, pictures and an mp4 player to show homes that are orderly and those that are not orderly.

iii. The teacher demonstrates how to keep a home orderly.
i. Pupils identify things that are found in a home and explain what it means for a house to be orderly.

ii. Pupils describe orderliness at home
Charts Pictures of homes.
2ORDERLINESS AT SCHOOLi. The teacher explains the meaning of orderliness to the pupils.

ii. The teacher uses charts, pictures and an mp4 player to show schools that are orderly and those that are not orderly.

iii. The teacher demonstrates how to keep a school orderly.
i. Pupils identify things that are found in a school and explain what it means for a school to be orderly.

ii. Pupils describe orderliness in school
Charts Pictures of schools
3ORDERLINESS IN THE COMMUNITYi. The teacher explains the meaning of orderliness to the pupils.

ii. The teacher uses charts, pictures and an mp4 player to show communities that are orderly and those that are not orderly.

iii. The teacher demonstrates how to keep a community orderly.
i. Pupils identify things that are found in a community.

ii. Pupils describe orderliness in school.
Charts Pictures of communities
4HONESTY AT HOME

– How to show honesty at home.
i. The teacher simply defines honesty and tells stories of honesty to the pupils.

ii. The teacher explains the benefits at home i.e. among family members.

iii. The teacher mentions how pupils can show honesty to their siblings and parents.
i. Pupils identify the members of a home who need to be honest to one another.Charts Posters
5HONESTY AT SCHOOL

– How to show honesty at school.
i. The teacher explains the concept of honesty and tells an interesting story of a honest pupil in a school.

ii. The teacher explains the benefits at home i.e. among family members.

iii. The teacher encourages pupils to be honest at all time and mentions how pupils can be honest to their classmates and schoolmates, teachers, etc.
i. Pupils identify the members of a school who need to be honest to one another.

ii. Pupils list ways of showing honesty in school.
Charts Posters
6HONESTY IN THE COMMUNITY

– How to show honesty in the community.
– Advantages of honesty
i. The teacher tells an interesting story of a honest farmer in a community who later became the King’s friend.

ii. The teacher mentions ways of showing honesty in the community and explains the benefits of honesty in the community.

iii. The teacher lists the benefits of honesty.
i. Pupils identify at least one honest person they know.

ii. Pupils mention ways of being honest in the community.
Charts Posters Pictures of people in the community
7COOPERATION AT HOMEi. The teacher explains the concept of cooperation and uses charts and posters to aid pupils’ understanding.

ii. The teacher explains how members of a home can cooperate with one another and mentions how pupils can cooperate with their siblings and parents.
i. Pupils identify the members of a home who need to cooperate with one another.

ii. Pupils mention how they can cooperate at home.
Chart Pictures of a family meetings
8COOPERATION IN SCHOOLi. The teacher explains the concept of cooperation and uses charts and posters to aid pupils’ understanding.

ii. The teacher explains how members of a school can cooperate with one another and mentions how pupils can cooperate with their schoolmates, teachers and schools administrators.
i. Pupils identify the members of a school who need to cooperate with one another.

ii. Pupils mention how they can cooperate in their school with other pupils, teachers, proprietor, etc.
Chart Pictures of a school and pupils.
9COOPERATION IN THE COMMUNITYi. Using charts, posters and an mp4 player, the teacher explains the concept of cooperation in the community.

ii. The teacher explains how members of a community can cooperate with one another and mentions how pupils can cooperate with other members of the community and the community leaders.
i. Pupils identify the members of a community who need to cooperate with one another.

ii. Pupils mention how they can cooperate with members and leaders of their community.
Chart Pictures of a community meeting.
10IMPORTANCE OF COOPERATIONi. The teacher guides the pupils to identify the benefits on cooperation by displaying pictures and playing video clips of people laughing together in unity and another one of people fighting one another.

ii. The teacher lists the benefit of cooperation and explains to the pupils how cooperation brings peace, growth and unity.
i. Pupils identify the benefits of cooperation.

ii. Pupils mention one community that is peaceful because the members cooperate with one another.
Chart
Posters
Pictures of peace
Pictures of unrest
11REVISION   
12EXAMINATION   

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