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1SSS 1, 1ST TERM SCHEME OF WORK TEACHER –IN- CHARGE: MR. O. BAMIDELE,CIVIC EDUCATION UNIT.
2WEEKTOPICCONTENT1.Revision of JSS 3 scheme of work.- Contents of selected topics from JSS 3 scheme of work.2.ValuesMeaning of Values.Types of values: Selflessness, justice, honesty etc.3.Selflessness and justice.Opportunity to defend oneself.Involvement in community service.4.HIV/AIDSMeaning of HIV/AIDS.Causes of HIV/AIDS.Symptoms5.Effects of HIV/AIDSPreventive measures of HIV/AIDSStigmatization of people living with HIV/AIDS.6.Youth EmpowermentConcept of Youth EmpowermentYouth Empowerment Skills7.Importance of and benefits of the skills8.Goals of Citizenship EducationMeaning of CitizenshipTypes of lawsRights of Individuals9.Functions and Structures of governmentNationalism10.Revision11.Examination12.Examination.
3VALUES Meaning of Values Values means the moral principles and beliefs or accepted standard of a person or social group.Values can also be defined as criteria, standards, rules and ideas that that determines and influence how individuals behave in the society.Manifestation of ValuesIndividual levelSocietal levelTypes of ValuesEthnic Values: These are rules or standards governing the conduct of a person or members of a profession.Professional Values: These are sets of expectations that each member of a profession must meet up with.Individual Values: These are the beliefs of a person or cultureMoral Values: These are the principles and standards which determine the extent to which human actions or conducts is right or wrong.Doctrinal Values: These are ethical principles found in religious traditions and beliefs.Family Values: These are political and social beliefs that hold the nuclear family to be essential ethical and moral units of a society.Political Values: These are the beliefs and rules which are important to a political parties or persons, such as equality, liberty and tolerance of diversity.Values means the moral principles and beliefs or accepted standard of a person or social group
4Social Values: These are the principles and standards of human interaction within a given group. Meaning of JusticeJustice is a concept of moral rightness based on ethic nationality, law, natural law, religion or equity along with the punishment of the branch of ethnicsTypes of JusticeRetributive Justice: This theory considers that punishment is justifiable if proportionate to the crime committed.Distributive Justice: This theory gives consideration to human dignity.Procedural Justice: This theory refers to the ideal of fairness in the process that resolves disputes and allocates resourcesRestorative Justice: This theory emphasizes repairing the harm caused.Meaning of SelflessnessSelflessness is the quality of unselfish concern for the welfare of others; the quality of not putting yourself first but being willing to give your time or money or effort for othersImportance of SelflessnessIt helps to show concern for others.
5It shows accountability and requires competence It is about strength and therefore, it is not an act carried out by fainting hearts.It helps individual involved to climb to higher grounds.It leads to success and gives due importanceIt helps individuals to learn how to reciprocate and not only receive alone