Term: 1st Term

Week: 8

Class: Basic 2

Age: 8 years

Duration: 45 minutes

Date:

Curriculum Theme: Civic Education 

Subject: National Value Education 

Topic: Stimulation Of Civic Engagement In Political, Social And Economic Processes

Specific Objectives:

  1. Discuss the need for civic stimulation engagement in politics.

Instructional Materials:

  • Chalkboard/Whiteboard
  • Chalk/Markers
  • Pictures of Community Leaders
  • Storybook on Civic Engagement
  • Chart with Key Civic Terms
  • Flashcards with Civic Symbols

Prerequisite/Previous Knowledge: The pupils should have a basic knowledge of their community leaders, such as the names and roles of these leaders 

Rationale: This lesson aims to introduce pupils to the concept of civic engagement and its importance in politics. It will lay the foundation for them to become responsible and active citizens.

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES

Content Development: Stimulation Of Civic Engagement In Political, Social And Economic Processes

Content (Step)TimeTeaching MethodTeacher’s Points/ActivitiesPupils’ Activities
Introduction (Step 1)10 minsDiscussion– Greet the pupils.
-Show pictures of community leaders.
-Ask: “Who are these people?”
-Explain that they are community leaders.
-Ask: “What do they do?”
-Introduce the topic: Civic Engagement.
– Greet the teacher.
-Look at the pictures.
-Raise hands to answer.
-Listen attentively.
-Respond to the question.
-Pay attention.
Civic Engagement (Step 2)10 minsStorytelling– Read a story about a child engaging in community service.
-Discuss the importance of helping the community.
– Listen to the story.
-Share thoughts on helping.
Key Terms (Step 3)5 minsFlashcards– Show flashcards with civic terms (e.g., voting, community).
-Explain the meanings of the terms.
– Identify and repeat the terms.
-Repeat after the teacher.
Importance (Step 4)10 minsGroup Activity– Divide pupils into groups.
-Discuss why civic engagement is important.
-Select one group to share their thoughts.
– Get into groups.
-Share ideas in groups.
-Listen to other groups.
Recap (Step 5)5 minsQuestion and Answer– Review key points of the lesson.
-Emphasize the need for civic engagement in politics.
– Answer questions.
Repeat key points.
Evaluation (Step 6)5 minsOral Questions– Ask questions about civic engagement.– Answer questions orally.
Note Copying (Step 7)5 minsNote Taking– Provide pupils with a summary of the lesson.– Copy the notes into their notebooks.

Note:

The need for civic stimulation engagement in politics.

Civic engagement means being actively involved in your community, like helping and voting. It is important for a better society.

Evaluation:

  1. What is civic engagement?
  2. Why is civic engagement important?

Teaching Aids:

  • Pictures of Community Leaders
  • Storybook on Civic Engagement
  • Chart with Key Civic Terms
  • Flashcards with Civic Symbols

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: September 1, 2023