Primary 5 National Value Education Scheme of Work

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National Values Education is a subject that instils moral and national values in the pupils through selected topics and activities suitable for their age and class. The subject comprises three broad subjects; Civic Education, Social Studies, and Security Education.

Each of these subjects has its topics and what they aim to achieve at the end of the academic session. 
Some of the topics treated in the National Values Education for Primary 5 include; Unity in cultural diversity, types of personal security, the process of changing culture and difference, loyalty, qualities of a good leader, government, pressure group, personal security and child’s right law. 

By the end of the academic session, the educators should make sure the pupils can maintain safety rules at home and school, identify types of government and the arms of government, list the security agents, and track down behaviours that could lead to threats to avoid punishment.

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Primary 5 First Term Scheme of Work for National Value Education

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF EDUCATION UNIFIED SCHEMES
OF WORK FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS
National Values Education Scheme of Work for Primary/Basic 5
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 5
 SUBJECTNational Values Education
 TERMFirst Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1(Social Studies)Other people in the family’
– Other members of family and
how they relate to us
-Obligations of the members of the
family
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Name other members of our family
2. Explain mw they related to us
3. List obligations of the ræmbers of the family
(Civic Education)Readiness test/ Loyalty
-Meaning of Loyalty
– evidence of loyalty
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Describe loyalty and show evidence of loyalty
to family, school and the society as a whole
ii. Discuss the consequences of disloyalty
iii. Identify national services that shows loyalty
(Security Education)Introduction to personnal security
– Sources of treat to personal securty
By he end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
(i) Explain the term personal security,
(ii) halyses at least 3 sources of threat to personal
security e.g. rogue security’, employees, insiders,
social media, natural disasters etc.
2(Social Studies)Unity in cultural diversity
-meaning of culture diversity and
unity
-culture as a people’s way of life
-customs and tradition
-chargeable customs
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Define culture diversity and unity
2- Describes culture as people’s way of life
3. Explain customs and taditjon
4. Name retainable custom
(Civic Education)Loyalty in relationships and its
examples
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. demonstrate how to show loyalty to friends and
famlies
ii. compare examples of loyal individuals they
know
(Security Education)Types of personal security
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
(i) understand the concept of danger,
(ii) Classify the types of personal security e.g.
home, on the street, while travelling etc,
3(Social Studies)Process of changing culture and
difference
– Reason for change
– Process of changing culture
– Nigerian language
– Using maps to indicate language
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to,’
i. Outline reasons for changing cultures
ii. Analyze maps to indicate languages
(Civic Education)-Importance of loyalty
-Consequences of disloyalty

By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Explain the meaning of disloyalty
ii. Analyze and explain the importance of loyalty
iii. Discuss the consequences of disloyalty
(Security Education)Importance of personal security
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
(1) mention precaution tips on personal security,
(2) state the importance of personal security,
(i) keeping yourself safe/ personal protection/
defense,
(ii) keeping your home safe,
(iii) feeling safe in your community,
(iv) quick medical assistance etc.
4(Social Studies)Marriage customs and practices
-Steps in selecting marriage partners
-Purpose of writing or visiting
-Values that are relevant to selection
of marriage partners
By tho end of tho lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Describe steps in selecting marriage partners
ii. Explain purpose of writing or visiting
iii. Outline values that are relevant to selection of
marriage partners
(Civic Education)National service that shows loyaltyBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. suggest loyal services that can be rendered to
the family
ii. demonstrate loyal services that can be
rendered to the school
iii. identify the services that requires loyalty to
the nation
(Security Education)General Safety Rule
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
(1) Identify parts of their body not to be touched
by stranger or people,
(2) develop these general personal safety rules
which include,
(i) know your name, home address and parent
phone number,
(ii) Do not eat anytiing given to you by a stranger,
(iii) Do not walk off the road alone,
(iv) Never go anywhere with a stranger,
(v) No one is allowed to touch our bod etc.
5(Social Studies)Roles played by families
-Consequence
– The roles of families
and other providing useful advice
-Unhealthy marriage practice
(consequences)
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Lists the roles of families
ii. Describes how the roe is being played by the
families
iii. Identify unhealthy mariage practice
(Civic Education)– meaning of leadership
– types of leadership
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. explain the term leadership
ii. identify who a leader is
iii. mention the types of leadership
iv. analyze the types of leadership
(Security Education)General safety rules (Contd.)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
(1) state the consequences of keeping a bad
friend(s)
(2)describe these general safety rules for children,
(i) playing or experimenting with fire is not
allowed,
(ii) If you get lost, stay where you are,
(iii) Do not share addressof parents’ phone
number with anyone except in emergency
situation,
(iv) do not climb the fence etc.
6(Social Studies)Responsible parenthood
-Who are parents
-Duties of parents
– Characteristic of responsible
parenthood
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Explain who are parents
2. Describe duties of parents
3.Outlines characteristics of responsible
parenthood
(Civic Education)qualities of a good leaderBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. identify qualities of a good leader;
ii. describe the qualities of a good leader;
iii. highlight examples of a good leader;
(Security Education)Roles of the school in the security of
the pupils
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
(1) Assess the roles of the school in ensuring the
pupils’ security which include;
(i) School need to have appropriate security
measures in place to protect the pupils,
(ii) keeping a register of all pupils in the school,
(iii) provide a gatehouse and a security guard,
(iv) proper monitoring of the pupils movement.
(2) state the importance of security in the school

7MID TERM BREAK
8(Social Studies)Problems of parenthood
STIS/STDS/AIDS
-Meaning of STDS/HIV/AIDS
-Types of STDS
-Effects of STDS/HIV/AIDS
– Responsible sexual behaviour
– Values relevant
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1.Define STDS/HIV/AIDS
2.List types of STDS
3.Identify effects of STD/HIV/AIDS
4. Describe responsible sexual behaviour
5. Explain values relevant
(Civic Education)Leadership functionsBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Highlight different function of a leader
ii. Explain the different levels of leadership
i.e. religious and political leader
iii. Discuss their roles
(Security Education)Security tips in the school
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
(1) tell why information is important,
(2) mention some security tips
i) school compound should be fenced and gated,
ii) there should be security personnel stationed at
the gate;
iii) clearance should be given to any visitor(s)
before entering the school premises,
iv) pupils should be trained on security related
subject etc.
9(Social Studies)Traditional marriage
– Meaning of traditional marriage
– Modem marriage
– Main features of traditional
marriage
– Values of traditional marriage
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Define traditional marriage
2. Describe modern marriage
3. Lists main factors of traditional marriage
4. Outline values of traditional marriage
(Civic Education)Leadership styles
e.g democracy, dictatorship and
liesserfaire
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. identify leadership style
ii. discuss leadership styles
iii. give examples of leadership styles
(Security Education)Security tips in the schoolBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. identify different clubs in the school
ii. describe the importance of exit card
iii.relate the topics to their environment, school
and home
-a security club must be formed in the school
-pupils activities should be strictly monitored to
prevent them from joining bad gang
-pupils should not be allowed to leave the school
premises at will
-pupils should be discouraged from loitering
10(Social Studies)Modern Marriage
-Main feature of Christian marriage
-Values of Christian, Islamic and
marriages by ordenance
-Main features of Muslim marriage
-Main features of marriage by
ordinance
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. examine main features of christian marriage
2. identify values of christian and islamic
marriage
3. outline main features of muslim marriage
4. list main features of marriage by ordinance
(Civic Education)REVISION 
(Security Education)REVISION 
11(Social Studies)Religion and Social Belief
-Concept of religion
-Types of religion
-Religion Intellorance
-Problems of religion intellorance
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. explain concept of religion
2. list types of religious intelorance
3. describe religious intelorance
4. outline problem of religious intelorance
12-13REVISION/EXAMINATION

Primary 5 Second Term Scheme of Work for National Value Education

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 5
 SUBJECTNational Values Education
 TERMSecond Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1(Social Studies)Leadership
-Who is a leader
-Type of leadership
-How can a leader be selected
-Function of political leaders
-Fomation of political parties and
changes
-What attributes a good and bad
leadership
By tho ond of tho losson pupils should be ablo to:
1. Define a loader
2. List typos of loadorshlp
3. Describe how a leader can be solectod
4. State function of political leader
(Civic Education)Revision/Characteristics of a
bad leader
By the end of tho lesson pupils should be ablo to:
i. Identify characteristics of a bad leader
ii. Discuss tho characteristics of a bad leader
problems that may arise from bad leadership
(Security Education)Student readiness assessment and
revision of 1st term work
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) evaluate the 1st term work and treating the 1st
term past questions,
ii) Responds to various questions,
2(Social Studies)Organization and cooperation
– Meaning of organization and
co-operation
-Types of organization and
co-operation
– Why people live together
– Function of various organization
and co-operation
– Benefit of living together
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
I. Define organization and cooperation
2. List types of organization and cooperation
3. Explain why people live together
4. Describe function of various organization
co-operation
(Civic Education)Definition and meaning of
govemment
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Define government
ii. Explain the meaning of government
iii. Identify the form of government practiced in
Nigeria
(Security Education)-Definition and meaning of
govemment
By the end of the lesson. pupils should be to:
I) identify the followings as an agent of personal
security,
i) parents, ii) School, iii) community;
2) discuss their views on the above mentioned
agents
3(Social Studies)Resource/preservation
-What is resource preservation
– Mention types of saving
– Banking facilities in communities
-Process of opening an account in
the bank
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Define resource presentation
ii. List types of savings
iii. Outline banking facilities in communities
iv. Explain process of opening an account in the
bank
(Civic Education)arms of governmentBy the end of the Esson pupils should be able to:
i. identify the three arms of government
executive, legislative and judiciary
ii. explain the arms of government
iii. mention the head of each arm of government
(Security Education)Roles of parent on child’s personal
security
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) list the roles of parents on child’s personal
security,
ii) explain different roles of parents on child’s
personal security.
4(Social Studies)– causes of poor savings
– practice saving
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Outline causes of poor savings
2. Explain inability to manage one’s income
properly
3. Identifies practice
(Civic Education)functions of the arms of governmentBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. mention some of the functions performed by
the arms of government
ii. explain functions of each of the arms of
government
(Security Education)Roles of peer group on child’s
personal security
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to :
i) define the term “Peer group”,
ii) highlight the influence of peer group on child’s
personal security.
5(Social Studies)Resources development
-meaning of capital
-ways of raising fund
-sources of fund
-identify the uses of fund
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
i. define ways of raising fund
ii. describe source of fund
iii. identify the uses of fund
(Civic Education)Importance of the arms of
Government
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
i. list importance of each arms of government
ii. discuss the importance of each arms of
government
(Security Education)Reasons for personnal securityBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
i. explain reasons for personnal security
ii. enumerate the importance of personnal
security
6(Social Studies)Resources Distribution
-meaning of resources
-Types of resources
-why resources are not evenly
distributed
-problems of overconcentration of
industries
ways of ensuring even distribution of
resources
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
1. define resources
2. list types of resources
3. explain why resources are not evenly
distributed
4. outline problems of over concentration of
ensuring even distribution
5. describe distribution of resources
(Civic Education)Difference between the arms of
government
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
i. differentiate between legislative, executive and
judiciary
(Security Education)Duties and responsibilities of a child
in respect of personnal security
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
i. explain the word responsibility
ii. classify the duty of a child in respect to
personnal security
7MID TERM BREAK
8(Social Studies)Employment
-What is emplyment
-Concept of employment
and unemployment
– Causes unemployment
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to :
1. define employment
2. write/list concepts of employment
3. state concept of unemployment
4. describe causes of unemployment
(Civic Education)Pressure groups
-meaning of pressure group and
types of pressure group
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of pressure groups
ii. highlight the type of pressure groups
iii. mention pressure groups in the country
9(Social Studies)Wages and income
– Concept of wages and salary
– Why some people eam higher
salaries than others
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Explain concept of ways
2. Describe concept of salary
3. State why some people earn higher salaries
than others
Civic EducationREVISION 
(Security Education)Identification of different security
information Il
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) identify more security information,
ii) examine the functions of the mentioned
security information.
10(Social Studies)Communication
– Meaning of communication
– Types of electronic communication
-Use of the device
– Problems of some of the devices
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Define communication
2. Lists types of electronic communication
3. State uses of the device
4. Explain problems of the devices
(Civic Education)REVISION 
(Security Education)REVISION 
11(Social Studies)Transportation Studies
-Meaning of transportation
– Types of transportation
– Forms of land transportation
-Draw means of tansportation on
land
– Advantage of transportation
– Identify the problems of land
transportation
-Solution to problems of
transportation
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. define transportation
2. list types of transportation
3. explain form of land transportation
4. draw means of transportation
12-13REVISION/EXAMINATION

Primary 5 Third Term Scheme of Work for National Value Education

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 5
 SUBJECTNational Values Education
 TERMThird Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objcetives
1(Social Studies)Housing
-Types of houses Nigerians live in
-Provision and acquisition of house
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Outline the types of houses Nigeria live in.
2. Describe necessary provision of houses
3. Identity means of acquiring houses in Nigeria
(Civic Education)Resumption test 
(Security Education)Revision of last term work student
readiness assessment
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) evaluate the 1st term work and 2nd term past
questions,
ii. responds to various questions.
2(Social Studies)Features of adequate
– Housing
– Qualities of a goal house
– Difference in the housing needs of
urban and rural settlement
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Outline qualities of a good house
2. Draw that shed roof and mud house or iron
roofing sheets
3. Draw a complete
4. Describe differences in the housing needs of
urban and rural settlement
(Civic Education)Advantages and disadvantages of
pressure group
By the end ofthe lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Identify the advantages of pressure groups
ii. Mention the disadvantages of pressure groups
(Security Education)Threat to personal security (Rape)By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) explain briefly the meaning of rape,
ii) state the causes of rape.
3(Social Studies)Population and
– Meaning of population
Relationship between population
and availability
– Reasons everybody does not own
house in Nigeria
-Solution to housing shortage
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Define population
2. Outline the relationship between population
and available numbers of houses
3, Explain in reasons everybody does not own
house in Nigeria
4. Give solution to housing shortage
(Civic Education)Meaning and definition of valuesBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Explain value mention the types of value
ii. discuss the types of value
(Security Education)Threat to personal security (Robbery)By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) explain the meaning of robbery,
ii) highlight and explain the causes of robbery,
iii) state ways to prevent robbery.
4(Social Studies)Personal hygiene and physical
development
-Whatis personal hygiene and
physical development
– Characteristics of physical
development
– Factor tiat can under grow in
children
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Define personal hygiene and physical
development
2. Outline characteristics or physical
development
3.Write factors that can hinder growth in children
(Civic Education)Values that promotes peaceBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Explain the values that promotes peace
ii. Identify values that promotes peace
iii. Discuss the values that promotes peace
(Security Education)Threat to personal security (Cultism)By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) define the term cultism,
ii) mention causes of cultism.
iii) Examine why cultism is a threat to personal
security.
5(Social Studies)Physical fitness and population
– Things to do to keep our body
physically fit
– Characteristics of household
population and effect on personal
hygiene
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1.Outline things to do to keep our body physically
fit
2. Describe characteristics of household
population
3. Explain characteristics of household population
and effect on personal hygiene
(Civic Education)-concept of social injusticeBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. define what social injustice is
(Security Education)Advance free fraud (419) as a threat
to personal security
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) explain briefly what an advance fee fraud
means,
ii) examine various preventive measures against
advance fee fraud
6(Social Studies)Drug abuse
– Concept of drug abuse
– Factors contributing to drug abuse
– Effects of abuse of stimulation
– Sources of drugs
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Explain concept of drug abuse
2. List factors contributing to drug abuse
3. Describe effects of stimulation
4. Outline sources of drugs
(Civic Education)Social injustice continuesBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Give examples of social injustice
ii. Explain the examples of social injustice
(Security Education)Punishment for various threats to
personal security
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) explain briefly the term ‘punishment’
ii) enumerate types of punishment
7MID-TERM BREAK
8(Social Studies)Prevention of drug abuse and life
coping skills
– How do we prevent drug abuse
– Health promotion behaviour
– Nongovemment organization
– Moral responsibility
– Conse uences
By the end ofthe lesson pupils should be able to:
1. List how we prevent drug abuse
2. explain health promotion behaviour
3. Outline non-govemment organization
4. Describe moral responsibility
5. Outline non-govemmental organization
(Civic Education)Types of social injusticeBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Identify the types of social injustice
ii. Discuss the types of social on justice
(Security Education)Punishment for various threats to
personal security
e.g. rape and cultism,
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) list types of threat,
ii) state punishment for various threats
mentioned above.
9(Social Studies)Pollution
– Meaning of pollution
-Sources and causes of air pollution
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
1. Define pollution
2, Outline sources of air pollution
3. Describe causes of land pollution
(Civic Education)How to communicate social injustice
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. Identify how to communicate social injustice
ii. discuss how to communicate social injustice
(Security Education)Chlld’s right lawBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i) define the term law,
ii) Illustrate the meaning of right
iii) analyse the child right act in Nigorla
10(Social Studies)Natural disastor
-Meaning of natural and unnatural
disaster
-Causes of natural disaster
– Effect of natural disastor on life
and property
By tho end of tho losson pupllg should bo oblo to:
I. Define natural disaster
2. Explain unnatural disaster
3. List causes of natural disaster
4. Doscrlbe effect of natural disaster on life and
proporty
(Civic Education)REVISION 
(Security Education)Child’s right law Il
By tho ond of tho lesson, pupils should bo ablo to:
i) determine a child under the child right Act,
ii) enumerate child right law in Lagos statos
11(Social Studies)Mechanized agriculture
– Concept of mechanized agriculture
– Agricultural mechanized
-Problems of mechanized agriculture
-Modem agricultural technology to
fishing and farmlnq
By tho end of tho lesson pupils should bo ablo to:
1, Explain tho concept of mechanized agriculture
2. Lists agriculturo machines
3. Outline problems of mechanlzod agriculture
4. Describe modern agricultural technology to
fishing and farming
(Civic Education)REVISION 
(Security Education)REVISION 
12-13REVISION/EXAMINATION

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