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About National Values and Education Scheme of Work for Primary 2

National Value Education for primary two comprises three subjects which are Civic Education, Security Education and Social Studies. These subjects fused together into a broad subject is designed to inculcate values and morals on the pupils.

Each of these subjects have their topics and objectives to be achieved. Some of the topics to be treated in primary 2 under these subjects include: Civic Education: Civic Education and its components, honesty, community, importance of greeting people in the community, road signs and traffic lights. Security Education: Sources of danger and insecurity, Security agent, drugs, etc. Social Studies: Meaning and scope of social studies, culture and its element,food we eat, forms of greeting etc.

These topics are all relatable in our environment, while teaching the pupils the instructor should endeavor to relate these topics with copious examples to our everyday life, and request the same from the pupils.

Primary 2 First Term Scheme of Work for National Values and Education

 
LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF EDUCATION UNIFIED SCHEMES
OF WORK FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS
National Values and Education Scheme of Work for Primary/Basic 2
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 2
 SUBJECTNational Values and Education
 TERMFirst Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1(Civic Education)Revision/importance of civic educationPupils should be able to
i. discuss some topics taught last term
ii.explain civic eduaction and the importance of civic education
iii. identify the advantage of civic education
(Security Education)Sources of danger and insecurityBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain what danger is
ii. differntiate between danger and insecurity
iii.identify various sources of insecurity in Nigeria
(Social Studies)Scope of social studies and meaning of social studiesPupils should be able to
i.define social studies
ii. explain the scope of social studies
iii.identify the areas of focus of social studies
2(Civic Education)Why study civic educationPupils should be able to
i. explain civic education
ii. identify the reason for the study of civic educatiion
iii. discuss the reason why they study civic education at school

(Security Education)
Sources of danger and insecurity
Bombing I
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain bombing
ii. outline the negative effect of bombing explosion in the environment
Social Studies)Culture (meaning)Pupils should be able to
i.Define culture
ii. List things that make up a culture
iii. Distinguish the culture of the three major tribes in Nigeria
3-4(Civic Education)Component of civic Educadon
-Right and duties Democratic practices Community
-Values
Pupils should be able to:
i. Explain component of civic educaåon
ii. Identify component of civic educadon
iii. Describe where and how civic education take place

(Security Education)
Sources of Danger and Insecurity Bombin IlBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the cons uences of involving in suicide bombing
ii. discuss solutions to bomb explosion in Nigeria.
Social Studies)Element of CulturePupils should be able to:
i.Mention elements of culture
ii. Compare the element of culture among the three major cultural group in
Nigeria
4(Security Education)Sources of danger and Insecurity
-suspicious movement
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify suspicious persons and activities in the school,
ii. highlight what to do in case of any suspected movement in school and
at home.

(Social Studies)
The importance of culture in NigeriaPupils should be able to:
i. list and explain the important of culture in Nigeria
ii.describe various ways of presenting our culture to Nigeria.
iii. mention the effect of foreign on our culture
5(Civic Education)Importance of Civic Eduaction to developmentBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i.discuss the importance of civic education to national development
ii. discuss and describe the institution of government democratic process
iii. identify acquired skills for national development

(Security Education)
Sources of InsecurityBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain food poisoning
ii. identify types and symptoms of food poisoning
iii.enumerate the effect of food poisoning
Social Studies)Food we eat in our family memberBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. mention types of food eaten among the three major cultural groups in
Nigeria.
ii.mention similar food we eat together in our cultural group
iii. mention the types of food eaten by other culture
6(Civic Education)Importance of Civic Eduaction to development.
contd.
Civic engagement in the political, social and
economic process
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. highlightt the importance of civic education to national development
ii. explain the role of civic education in political process
iii.social process-economic process
iv. identify the importance of having political leaders in the society

(Security Education)
Sources of dangerBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify dangerous chemicals such as acid, air asbestos,
ii.dangerous chemicals on health
(Social Studies)Why we eat togetherBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to
i. State the reason why people eat together
ii. mention effect of eating as a family
iii. list different types of food they eat in their family
7MID TERM BREAK
8(Civic Education)Honesty
-meaning
-the imporatnce of telling the truth always
-reward of honesty e.g praise, gift, promotion etc.
– punishment of dishonesty e.g shame, beating,
disgrace etc.
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to
i. explain the meaning of honesty
ii. identify the importance of telling the truth always
iii. outline the reward of honesty
iv. describe the punishment of dishonesty

(Security Education)
Sources of danger and insecurity
-Riot
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to
i.define riot
ii. explain causes of riot
iii. discuss how riot can be curbed in school
(Social Studies)The nutrient in the food we eat and their importance to
growth
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to
i.define nutruent and food
ii. mention various nutrient gotten from the food we eat
iii. list the six classes of food with examples of food on each class
iv. discuss the importance of food to our growth.
9(Civic Education)Courtesy, politeness and etiquette
-meaning
-treating other people with courtesy and proper
behavior in the street, buses, trains and queues
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. Identify their roles in the society as regarding courtesy and politeness
ii. Outline ways to be responsible in the public

(Security Education)
Sources of Danger and Insecurity: StrangerBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
(i)identify strangers
(ii) report stranger to superior person.
Social Studies)Nutient of food we eat(contd)Pupils should be able to:
i. define nutrient and food distinguish between nutrients and food
ii. mention the six classes of food
iii. describe the importance of food to our growth
iv. menüon the nutrient derived from eating a particular food
10(Civic Education)RevisionRevision
(Security Education)RevisionRevision
(Social Studies)RevisionRevision

 

Primary 2 Second Term Scheme of Work for National Values and Education

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 2
 SUBJECTNational Values Education
 TERMSecond Term
WEEKSTOPICSLearning Objectives
1(Civic Education)Welcome Test
Revision of First Term
Pupils should be able to:
i. Discuss some topics taught in first term
ii. Importance of civic education.
iii.Honesty-The importance of telling the truth always
(Security Education)Revision of First term’s workPupils should be able to:
provide correct answers to the evaluation questions given.
Social Studies)Revision first term workRecall most of the last term’s topic and provide answers to the assessment test
given
2(Civic Education)Community
-Meaning of community
– Types of community
-Modern communites/institution e.g. School community
Pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of a Community
ii. identify types ofcommunity with examples
iii. describe the various types of community
(Security Education)Preventive Measures:
Involvement of Security Agents
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. mention some security in Nigeria
ii. identify logos of each security agent e.g Police, NSCDC, NDLEA, Nigeria
Immigration etc
(Social Studies)Meaning and importance of greetingBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to
i. explain the meaning of greeting
ii. state the importance of greeting
iii. mention people we should greet.
3(Civic Education)Meaning and importance of greeting Members of
the community
-Father
-Mother
-Siblings
-Community Leaders Balee, chief, Obi and Emir
pupils should be able to:
i. outline members of the community -Father
ii. identify the roles of community leaders.
iii. differentiate between community leaders(Balee, Chief, Obi and Emir)
(Security Education)Preventive Measures: Tips on Being Security AlertBy the end of this lesson pupils should be able to:
i. identify necessary skills needed in time of danger.
ii. familiarize with Security tips during danger
Social Studies)Forms of greetingPupils should be ablc to:
i. mention forms of greeting e.g kneeling ,prostrating ,bowing, etc
ii. identify greeting as a way of showing respect to people
iii. Perform various act or forms of greeting in their culture
4(Civic Education)Rules in the community
-Obedience
-loyalty
-Cooperation -Peaceful coexistence -Orderliness
-Sanitation
-Respect
Pupils should be able to;
i. explain the meaning of Rules’
ii. outline Rules in thcommunity,
iii. describe each rules in the community
(Security Education)Preventive Measures: Tips on how to Avoid Relating with
Stranger
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
(I) identifr stranger in their environment.
(ii) explain what to do when dealing with a stranger
Social Studies)Meaning and the of environmentPupils should be able to:
i. Explain the meaning of environment
ii. State types of environment
iii. Mention things found in our environment
5(Civic Education)Community leaders e.g
•Yoruba-Oba
-Igbo-Eze
-Benin-Enugo
-Alupo-Etsu
-Ebira-()hinoyi -Other title holders in the communit
Pupils should be able to:
i. explain who a leader is
ii. identify at least five ethnic group Nigeria
iii. describe each title leader
(Security Education)Identification of
Security
Agencies: Police
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
(l) identify Nigeria Police with their Uniform.
(ii) outline the functions of the Nigeria Police
Social Studies)Ways of keeping our environment cleanBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. mention ways of keeping our environment clean
ii. list the tools needed to keep our environment clean
iii. explain the meaning of sanitation and how often it should be done.
6(Civic Education)Roles of community leaders
– settlement of disputes
-ensuring peace
– organizing community work
– link between the government and the community
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the roles of community leaders
ii. identify the roles of community leaders
iii. differentiate between dispute and peace
(Security Education)Introduction of security agencies
– Federal Road Safety Corps(FRSC)
– Lagos State Traffic Management Authority
(LASTMA)
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify the FRSC and LASTMA with their uniform respectively
ii. differentiate the function of FRSC and LASTMA.
Social Studies)Importance of cleaning in our environmentBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. mention the importance of cleanliness in our environment
ii. mention the effect of dirty environment
iii. mention environmental activities to be carried out in our homes and school
7MID-TERM BREAK
8(Civic Education)Qualities of a community leader
-Caring
-Wise
-Patient
-Courage
Intelligent
-Integrity
-Honesty
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify the qualities of a community leader
ii. explain atleast four quality of a community leader
iii. outline the importance of those quality
(Security Education)Identification of security agencies
-NAFDAC and NDLEA
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
I. identify the full meaning of NAFDAC and NDLEA
ii. differentiate the functions of the NAFDAC and the NDLEA
(Social Studies)Meaning of accidents
Causes of accidents at home and school
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. Define accidents
ii. Mention causes of accidents in the schools
iiiMention causes of at home
iv. Mention the danger spots at home and in the school. E.g. toilet, bath tub,
kitchen, playground etc.
9-10(Civic Education)Kinds of work in our community
e.g
-Farming
-Weaving
-Woodwork
-Cattle rearing
-Trading
-Fishing
Kinds of works in our modern community
-A Doctor
-An Engineer
-A lav,yer
-A teacher
-A soldier A pastor Reasons for workinø
Students should be able to:
i. explain reason why we work •
ii. identify at least six types of work in the local community •
iii. describe the tools used to work done in the community
(Security Education)Identification of
Security Agencies: State Security Service (SSS)
and Nigeria Security Civil Defense Corps NSCDC
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. describe the state security service (SSS) and
Nigeria Security Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC)
ii. explain ffe functions of the SSS and the NSCDC
Social Studies)Causes cf accidents at home and in schoolPupils should be able to:
1. Identify causes of accidents at home and in the school
2. Mention dangerous such as pin, knife, match stick
10(Security Education)Identification of Security Agencies: The MilitaryBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify different armed forces in Nigeria e.g. army, navy and air force
ii. outline the functions of each Nigerian armed forces
Social Studies)Effects of home and school accidentsPupils should be able to:
i.Explain the effects of home and school accidents.
ii. Mention various places where accident can occur at home and in the school
iii. List dangerous objects they must not play with
11(Civic Eduaction)Conscience
-Meaning -Man’s possession of free will to do good
or evil
-Man’s feelings when he does evil-guilt
conscience coupled with restofmind
Pupils should be able to:
i. Explain the meaning of Conscience
ii.Discuss the word joy, guilt
iii. Importance of Conscience to our daily lives
(Security Education)Nigerian Prison ServiceBy the end of this lesson, pupils shouldbe able to:
i. identify the Nigerian Prison service officer
ii. outline the functions of the Nigerian Prison Service
Social Studies)How to prevent accidents in the school and at homePupils should be able to
1, Explain ways ofpreventing accidents in the school and at home
2. Mention ways of helping accident victims at home and in the school
3. Mention emergency line numbers in Nigeria e.g. (767)
12REVISON
13EXAMINATION

Primary 2 Third Term Scheme of Work for National Values and Education

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 2
 SUBJECTNational Values Education
 TERMThird Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1(Civic Eduaction)Revision/welcome TestPupils should be able to:
-Answer some question on last term’s topics
 Revision of Last Term’s Work 
(Social Studies)Revision of Last Term’s Work 
2(Civic Eduaction)Community leadership in Nigeria traditional setting
Pupils should be able to;
i. explain who a leader is with examples
ii. identify the three major ethic group in Nigeria
iii. outline the traditional title of the community leadership in the major ethnic
groups
(Security Education)Duties of Security Agencies: PoliceBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the duties of the Nigerian Police
(Social Studies)DrugsPupils should be able to:
i. Explain the meaning of drugs
ii. List emmples of drugs
iii. Classify drugs into legal and illegal
3-4(Civic Eduaction)Duties of a community leaderPupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning Duties
ii. discuss the duties of a community leader Same groups
iii. Outline the Characteristics of a good leader
(Security Education)Duties of Security Agencies: FRSC and LASTMABy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. outline the duties of FRSC and LASTMA respectively.
(Social Studies)Categories of drugs legal drugs & illegal drugsPupils should be able to:
1. Categorize drugs into legal and illegal drugs
2 List examples of legal drugs
3. List examples of illegal drugs
4(Security Education)Duties of NAFDAC and NDLEABy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to;
i. list the duties of NDLEA and NAFDAC
(Social Studies)Drug abuse , meaning and typespupils should be able to:
I. Explain the meaning of drugs abuse.
2. Mention types of drug abuse
3. List examples of drugs that can be abused
5(Civic Eduaction)Reward of community leadersPupils should be able to:
i. explain ffe meaning of reward
ii. outline the importance of reward
iii. identify ways community leaders are rewarded.
(Security Education)Duties of the Nigeria armed forces: Army, Navy
and Air force
By the end of this lesson pupils should be able to:
i. differentiate between the duties of the Army, Navy and Air force
(Social Studies)Effects of drug abusePupils should be able to:
i. Explain the effects of drug abuse
ii. Mention symptoms of drug abuse

6(Civic Eduaction)Other duties of a community leader
-Keeping peace/Ensuring peaceful coexistence among
his people
-Organizing
Community work
-Ensure the provision of basic social amenities for
the citizens
Pupils should be,able to:
i. Identify other duties of community leaders
ii. Explain the duties of other
iii. Outline the importance of the community leaders duties to the society
(Security Education)Duties of the Nigerian Prison ServiceBy the end or this lesson pupils should be able to:
i. highlight the duties of the Nigerian Prison Service,
(Social Studies)Ways of preventing drug abusePupils should be able to:
1. Explain ways of preventing drug abuse
2. Mention symptoms of drug abuse
7MID-TERM BREAK
8(Civic Eduaction)Humility
-Meaning
-Reason why people should be humble
Pupils should be able to:
i. describe the word Humility
ii. Identify reasons why people should be humble e.g to exalt and recommend
iii. highlight the advantages of humility
(Security Education)Duties of the
Nigerian Security and Civil Defence corps (NSCDC)
Bythe end ofthis lesson, people should be able to:
i. Outline the duties of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense corps (NSCDC)
(Social Studies)Harmful substances
-meaning and examples of harmful substance
Pupils should be able to:
1. Explain the meaning of harmful substance
2. Mention examples of harmful substance
3. Explain the reason why people take harmful substance
9(Civic Eduaction)Qualities of Community leadershipPupils should be able to:
i. Explain Who a leader is
ii. highlight atleast 10 qualities of community leaders
iii. identify importance of good qualities of community leaders
(Security Education)Duties of Security Agencies
– Independent Currupt Practice Commission
Pupils should be able to:
i. enumerate the duties of Independent Currupt Practice Commission
(Social Studies)Ways of preventing intake of harmful substanceBy the end ofthis lesson, people should be able to
i.explain ways of preventing intake of harmful substance
ii. mention symptoms of taking harmful substance
10(Civic Eduaction)Road Signs and Traffic light
-meaning
-types
-importance of road signs and traffic light
By the end ofthis lesson, people should be able to
i. explain the meaning of roadsigns and traffic light
ii. identify and interprete various road signs and traffic light
iii.highlight the importance of traffic light and signs
iv. differentiate between signs and traffic light
(Security Education)Duties of security agencies: other security agents
e.g KIA(Kick Against Indiscipline)
By the end ofthis lesson, people should be able to
i. identify the duties of other agents such as KIA(Kick Against Indiscipline)
(Social Studies)Danger and Insecurity
-meaning
-sources of danger and insecurity
By the end ofthis lesson, people should be able to
i. define danger and insecurity
ii.mention sources of danger and insecurity
iii. mention sources of danger and insecurity in the school and in the
environment
11(Civic Eduaction)Revision 
(Security Education)Revision 
(Social Studies)How to keep away from dangerPupils should be able to:
i. Explain how to keep away from danger
ii. Mention emergency numbers in Nigeria (767, 112)
12EXAMINATION

Recommended National Values and Education Textbooks for Primary 2

Civic Education- Main Text

  1. Chima C. Amadu, Civic Edu for Pry Schs, Sterling Books Nig. Ltd, 2013.
  2. I. O. Osho, Civic Edu for Pry Schs, WABP, 2013.
  3. P. A. Amusa et al, Civic & Security Edu for Pry Schs, Evans Brothers, 2015.
  4. B. J. Obede et al, Civic Edu for Pry Schs, Learn Africa, 2015.
  5. Ogunyemi et al, Civic Edu for Pry Schs, Tanus Books, 2013.
  6. AA. Adeyinka, Civic Edu for Pry Schs, Bounty Press, 2015.
  7. R.A. Adetoro, Civic Edu for Pry Schs, Melrose Books, 2012.
  8. Gbenga M. Babalola, Civic Edu for Pry Schs, Metropolitan, 2016.
  9. Gentle Chuks, Civic Edu for Pry Schs,Treasure, 2017.
  10. Aminat Adeola, We are Nigerians Civic and History for Pry Schs, Kachifo Ltd, 2011.
  11. G.O. Bamiteko, Civic Edu for Pry Schs, Learning Solutions, 2015.
  12. O.E. Ojedokun, Civic Edu for Pry Schs, Litramed, 2015.
  13. Kanayo Onyekwere, Greatness Through Service, Value Edu. Impact 2014.
  14. Kanayo Onyekwere, Speaking my Alphabet Words, Value Edu. Impact 2014.

Civic Education-Workbook

  1. I. O. Osho, Civic Edu for Pry Schs, WABP, 2013.
  2. R.A. Adetoro, Civic Edu for Pry Schs, Melrose Books, 2012.

Teacher’s Guide

  1. Kunle Dagunduro et al, Civic Edu for JSS, Lasswell Books, 2016.

 

Security Education- Main Text

  1. Abayomi Odunaike et al, Tanus RNV Security Edu 2, Tanus, 2015.
  2. Babalola TSA, RNVE Security Education for Pry 2, Timkid, 2015
  3. Alexander A.A et al, RNVE Security Education for Pry 2, Extension, 2015.

Social Studies-Main Text

  1. Salawu, K. A. Comprehensive Religion and National Value Studies for Primary Schools, Litramed, 2016.
  2. Koleyede, S. O. et al, Classic Social Studies for Primary Schools, Thursmay, 2016.
  3. Gbenga Babalola, Social Studies for Primary Schools, Metropolitan, 2017 
  4. Ayodele, Jegede et al, Brillant Primary Social Studies, Macmillian, 2014.
  5. Obede, G.J et al, Basic Social Studies for Primary Schools Religion and National Values: Primary, Learn Africa, 2016.
  6. Akusu, F.O et al, Social Studies for Nigerian Schools, HEBN, Publishers.
  7. Adisa Bakare et al, Social Studies for Primary Schools, Farafina Edu, 2012.
  8. Bamiteko, G. O et al, Basic Social Science for Primary Schools, Learning Solution, 2014.
  9. Odekunle Tunde et al. Social Studies for Primary Schools Religion and National Values: Bounty Press, 2014.
  10. Funmilola G.A. et al, Social Studies for Primary Schools, Tanus Books, 2015.
  11. NERDC, Primary Social Studies, Civic and Security Education, Evans Brothers, 2016.
  12. Mang. J. et al, Modern Social Studies for Pry Schools, Africana First, 2014.

Social Studies- Workbook.

  1. Adisa Bakare et al, Social Studies for Primary Schools, Farafina Edu, 2012.
  2. Koleyede, S. O. et al, Classic Social Studies for Primary Schools, Thursmay, 2016.
  3. Bamiteko, G. O et al, Basic Social Science for Primary Schools, Learning Solution, 2014.
  4. Odekunle Tunde et al. Social Studies for Primary Schools Religion and National Values: Bounty Press, 2014.
  5. Danladi, E. N. et al,  Primary Social Studies, Civic and Security Education,Evan Brothers, 2016.

Supplementary Books-Social Studies

  1. Odedokun M.O et al, RNV Primary Social Studies, WABP, 2010.
  2. Adeshina A.D et al, Interactive Social Studies for Primary Schools, Melrose Books, 2012.
  3. Dada, T.A. O. et al, Ilesanmi Social Studies and Security Education for Primary Schools, Ilesanmi Press, 2015.

 

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