Class: Primary 2
Term: 3rd Term
Week: 6
Age: 8 years
Duration: 40 minutes
Subject: National Value Education
Curriculum Theme: Security Education
Previous Lesson: NAFDAC
Topic: EFCC and ICPC
Content: Meaning and Duties

Performance Objectives:

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

  • Cognitive domain: Explain the meaning of EFCC and ICPC.
  • Affective domain: Appreciate the importance of EFCC and ICPC in fighting corruption.
  • Psychomotor domain: Identify the uniforms worn by EFCC and ICPC officers.
  • Social Domain: Discuss the role of EFCC and ICPC in their community.

Reference Materials:

The following resources were used in planning this lesson:

Instructional Materials:

The teacher will teach this lesson with the aid of:

  • Pictures of EFCC and ICPC officers in uniform
  • Flashcards with definitions and duties
  • Chart showing the structure of EFCC and ICPC

Rationale for the Lesson:

Understanding the role of EFCC and ICPC is important as it helps pupils recognize the efforts to fight corruption and maintain integrity in the society. This knowledge instills a sense of responsibility and good citizenship in young learners.

Prerequisite/Previous Knowledge:

Pupils should have a basic understanding of what government agencies do and the role of NAFDAC from the previous lesson.


Learning Area: EFCC and ICPC

To deliver this lesson, the teacher will adopt the following steps:

Content DevelopmentTimeTeaching MethodTeaching StrategyTeacher’s ActivityPupils’ ActivityLearning Point
Step 1: Introduction5 minsInteractive DiscussionSet InductionGreet pupils and ask about what they remember from the NAFDAC lesson. Introduce the topic: EFCC and ICPC.Listen and respond to questions.Connects previous knowledge with new topic.
Step 2: Meaning10 minsDirect InstructionExplanation and DemonstrationExplain the meaning of EFCC (Economic and Financial Crimes Commission) and ICPC (Independent Corrupt Practices Commission).Listen and take notes.Understand the definitions of EFCC and ICPC.
Step 3: Corruption5 minsDiscussionQuestion and AnswerDefine corruption and ask pupils to give examples. Explain how EFCC and ICPC combat corruption.Participate in discussion and provide examples.Recognize what corruption is.
Step 4: Duties10 minsDemonstrationVisual AidsShow pictures and flashcards explaining the duties of EFCC and ICPC.Observe pictures and read flashcards.Identify the duties of EFCC and ICPC.
Step 5: Uniforms5 minsVisual LearningObservationDisplay pictures of EFCC and ICPC officers in their uniforms.Observe and describe the uniforms.Identify the appearance of EFCC and ICPC officers.
Step 6: Note Taking3 minsNote WritingGuided Note TakingGuide pupils to copy notes into their exercise books.Copy notes accurately.Reinforce learning through note-taking.
Step 7: Evaluation2 minsOral AssessmentQuestion and AnswerAsk pupils questions to evaluate understanding.Answer questions.Assess comprehension of the lesson.
Conclusion5 minsRecap and SummarizeSummarizationSummarize the lesson and highlight key points. Encourage pupils to share what they learned.Share what they learned and ask questions.Reinforce key points and ensure understanding.

Classroom Note:


  • EFCC stands for Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. It is a government agency that fights economic and financial crimes like fraud and money laundering.
  • ICPC stands for Independent Corrupt Practices Commission. It is a government agency that fights corruption in government and public places.

Corruption means dishonesty or illegal behavior, especially by powerful people like government officials. Examples include taking bribes or stealing public money.

Duties of EFCC AND ICPC:

  • EFCC: Investigates financial crimes, arrests and prosecutes offenders, and educates the public on financial crimes.
  • ICPC: Investigates corrupt practices, arrests and prosecutes corrupt individuals, and educates the public on the effects of corruption.

How they dress:

  • EFCC officers usually wear red jackets with “EFCC” written on them.
  • ICPC officers often wear uniforms with “ICPC” written on them, sometimes in green or blue.

Lesson Evaluation:

To evaluate the learning, the teacher asks pupils to:

  1. What does EFCC stand for?
  2. What does ICPC stand for?
  3. Can you explain what corruption is?
  4. What are two duties of the EFCC?
  5. How do EFCC officers dress?
  6. Name one duty of the ICPC.

Note for teachers using my lesson plan:
Hi there, remember that I didn’t make this lesson plan with any particular class or teacher in mind and I tried as much as possible with my experience and expertise to deliver this plan in a standard and effective style utilizing the best strategy and methods. Nevertheless, you are free to customize the lesson content, teaching methods, timing and pupil activities to suit your teaching style, pupils’ comprehension, curriculum, and resources available to you. Happy teaching!

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Last Update: May 24, 2024