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May 8, 2017

Government: Third Term's Scheme of Work for SSS 1 and 2


To all government teachers and students, here is the third term's scheme of work for SSS 1 and SSS 2.

Government Scheme of Work for S.S.S. 1

Week 1: Citizenship
  • Meaning and definition of citizenship.
  • Methods of acquisition of citizenship.
  • Rights, duties and obligations of a citizen.
  • Differences between a citizen and a non citizen.
Week 2: Political Party
  • Meaning and definition of political party.
  • Organisation of political party.
  • Types of political party (mass, elite, charismatic, broker parties etc).
  • Functions of political party.
Week 3: Party System
  • Meaning and definition of party system.
  • Types of party system.
  • Characteristics of party system.
Week 4: Party System (Continued)
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of:
  • One party system.
  • Two party system.
  • Multi party system.
Week 5: Pressure Groups
  • Meaning and definition of pressure group.
  • Types of pressure group.
  • Characteristics of pressure group.
Week 6: Pressure Groups (Continued)
  • Functions of pressure group.
  • Problems of pressure group.
  • Differences between pressure group and political party.
Week 7: Public Opinion
  • Meaning and definition of public opinion.
  • Formation of public opinion.
  • Measurement of public opinion.
Week 8: Electoral Process
  • Meaning and definition of election.
  • Purpose of election.
  • Organisation of election (features and stages).
Week 9: Suffrage/Franchise
  • Meaning and definition of suffrage/franchise.
  • Development of suffrage/franchise.
  • Types of suffrage/franchise.
  • Purpose of suffrage/franchise.
Week 10: Types of Electoral System
  • Simple majority.
  • Absolute majority.
  • Proportional representation.
  • Direct and indirect system.
Week 11: Electoral Commission
  • Meaning of electoral commission.
  • Roles/functions and duties of the commission.
  • Problems facing electoral commission.
Week 12-13: Revision/Examination.


Government Scheme of Work for S.S.S. 2

Week 1: Constitutional Development in Nigeria
  • Hugh Clifford's Constitution of 1922.
  • Features.
  • Merits and Demerits.
Week 2: Constitutional Development in Nigeria
  • Arthur Richard's Constitution of 1946/47.
  • Features
  • Merits and Demerits.
Week 3: Constitutional Development in Nigeria
  • Macpherson Constitution of 1951.
  • Features.
  • Merits and Demerits.
Week 4: Constitutional Development in Nigeria
  • Oliver Lyttleton's Constitution of 1954.
  • Features.
  • Merits and Demerits.
Week 5: Major constitutional conferences of 1950, 1953, 1957 and 1958.

Week 6: Independence Constitution of 1960.
  • Features.
  • Merits and Demerits.
Week 7: Republican Constitution of 1963.
  • Features.
  • Merits and Demerits.
Week 8: 1979 Presidential Constitution.
  • Features.
  • Merits and Demerits.
Week 9: 1999 Constitution: Presidential.
  • Features.
  • Merits and Demerits.
Week 10: Federalism
  • The Emergence of Federalism in Nigeria.
  • The Factors that Necessitate the Formation of Federal Government in Nigeria.
  • Features of Nigerian Federalism.
  • Problems of Nigerian Federalism (e.g. revenue allocation, minority issues, state creation, ethnicity rivalry etc ).
Week 11: Nature and Structure of Nigerian Federalism
  • Federalism before Independence from 1914 to 1959.
  • 1960 - 1966.
  • 1967 - 1975.
  • 1976 to date. 
Week 12 - 13: Revision/Examination.


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