SSS 3, 1ST TERM SCHEME OF WORK

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SSS 1, 1ST TERM SCHEME
OF WORK
TEACHER –IN- CHARGE: MR. O. BAMIDELE,
CIVIC EDUCATION UNIT.
WEEK
TOPIC
CONTENT
1.
Revision of JSS 3 - Contents of
scheme of work. selected topics
from JSS 3
scheme of work.
2.
Values
-Meaning of
Values.
-Types of values:
Selflessness,
justice, honesty
etc.
3.
Values
-Selflessness and
justice.
-Opportunity to
defend oneself.
-Involvement in
community
service.
VALUES
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 Values
• Individual level
• Societal level
Types of Values
Ethnic 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
culture
Moral 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,
Social Values: These are the principles and standards of
human interaction within a given group.
Meaning of Justice
Justice is a concept of moral rightness based on ethic
nationality, law, natural law, religion or equity along with the
punishment of the branch of ethnics
Types of Justice
• Retributive 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
resources
• Restorative Justice: This theory emphasizes repairing
the harm caused.
Meaning of Selflessness
Selflessness 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 others
Importance of Selflessness
It helps to show concern for others.
•It 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 importance
•It helps individuals to learn how to reciprocate and
not only receive alone