Class: Primary 1

Term: 1st Term

Week: 3

Age: 6 years

Duration: 45 minutes

Date:

Subject: National Values Education

Curriculum Theme: Civic Education

Topic: Civic Rights

Content: Meaning of Civic Rights

Specific Objectives:

By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:

  • Discuss the meaning of Civic Rights
  • Give an example of Civic Rights

Instructional Materials:

  • Whiteboard
  • Markers
  • Pictures or visual aids depicting civic rights


INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES

Content Development: Meaning of Civic Rights

ContentTimeTeaching MethodTeacher’s Points/ActivitiesPupils’ Activities
Step 1: Introduction5 minutesDiscussionExplain the importance of rules and laws in society.Listen attentively.
Step 2: Definition of Civic Rights10 minutesLectureDefine civic rights as the rights that every citizen has, such as the right to education, healthcare, and freedom of speech.Repeat after the teacher the definition of civic rights.
Step 3: Examples of Civic Rights10 minutesVisual PresentationShow pictures or visual aids depicting examples of civic rights, such as a child going to school, a person voting, etc.Identify and discuss the examples of civic rights shown.
Step 4: Importance of Civic Rights5 minutesDiscussionExplain why civic rights are important for individuals and the community.Participate in the discussion and share their thoughts on the importance of civic rights.
Step 5: Summary and Conclusion5 minutesRecapSummarize the lesson by reiterating the definition of civic rights and their importance.Repeat the definition and importance of civic rights.
Evaluation5 minutesQuestion and AnswerAsk questions related to the lesson to assess pupils’ understanding.Answer the questions asked by the teacher.
Note Copying5 minutesNote TakingWrite down the definition of civic rights and examples discussed in their notebooks.Copy the definition and examples into their notebooks.

Note:

Civic Rights:

Pupils, civic rights are the rights that every citizen has, such as the right to education, healthcare, and freedom of speech. These rights are important for individuals and the community.

Evaluation:

  1. What are civic rights?
  2. Give an example of a civic right.
  3. Why are civic rights important?

Teaching Aids:

  • Whiteboard
  • Markers
  • Pictures or visual aids depicting civic rights

Note to Teachers:

Please note that the actual content of the lesson, teaching methods, and pupil activities may vary based on your specific teaching style and curriculum or resources. Feel free to customize the lesson note to fit your needs.

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Last Update: August 26, 2023