Civic education (also known as citizen education or democracy education) can be broadly defined as the provision of information and learning experiences to equip and empower citizens to participate in democratic processes.

i) Universal Basic Education commission.
ii) Education resource center.
iii) National youth service corps.
iv) Tertiary education trust fund.

v) Teachers registration council of Nigeria.

-(Choose any 5)-
i) Become a camp counselor for younger kids.
ii) Join a community service project at school.
iii) Paint faces at a carnival or elementary school fair.
iv) Work in the park.
v) Help out families at your local hospital.
vi) Teach your talent.
vii) Visit a nursing home.
viii) Plan a food drive.
ix) Environmental Sanitation and markets or public places.

i) Equality.
ii) Honesty.
iii) Education.
iv) Effort.
v) Perseverance.
vi) Loyalty.
vii) Faithfulness.

viii) Value also help ours grow, develop and guide our beliefs, attitudes and behaviour.

Youth Empowerment is an economic and labour concept which means the impartation of labourial skills and sensitivity to an able-bodied, mentally fit individual or group of individuals to enable them participate in the harnessing and distribution of economic and social resources for meaningful self-benefits and the improvement of our society.

i) Life Coping Skills
These are natural skills which every organism including man, acquires from birth to adapt fittingly in his or its environment.

ii) Manipulative Skills
These skills are seen in skills acquisition centres as it involves economic activities that inculcate skills such as technical education. Computer, field events, mining, manufacturing, technological works, scientific experiments, construction, engineering, productive ventures, gadgets and machine manipulations (whether digital or analogue), building, wielding, carpentry, mechanics etc. Virtually 90% of all occupations are manipulative or have manipulative activity brings the learner into using the sense organs of touch, hearing, seeing, smelling, etc. all these expose the learner to acquire real practical transformation of the individual and his society.

iii)Intellectual Skills
These skills are coordinates in character. It is the literary or theoretical frameworks that guide the practical aspects of the works, economic and scientific undertakings.

iv)Communicative Skills
Communication is a very important aspect of our life. Man evolved communications skills as a social being to enable him pass or send information from one person to the other or from place to place. 

v)Artistic Skills:

These are close to communicative skills and are more complex. Includes they art of good writing, fine and applied arts, music and drama. These skills make effective use of all the other four kinds of skills where necessary.

Traffic regulations are meant to keep our roads safe for free movement of people and goods for the enhancement of man’s development. Simply put, traffic regulations refers to sets of code that are prepared by government agency charged with the responsibility of keeping our highways and roads safe for movement.

i) Don’t Use Your Mobile Phone While Driving

ii) Always Use Your Seat Belt
This rule is for your safety as a driver as well as your passengers yet, many drivers break this law with impunity. Failure to use a seat-belt is bound to land you in trouble with Nigerian traffic marshals.

iii) Lights and Reflectors Must be in Good Condition

Some drivers have cars that have faulty lights and reflectors. Nigerian driving rules make it mandatory for your vehicle to be roadworthy and this includes having signs that tell the car behind you what your next turn is for instance. This is even more important at night when visibility has diminished and all; especially at night. Failure to have this could land you in trouble.

iv) Avoid Roads Designated as ‘One Way’ or ‘No Entry’
In order to beat traffic, especially in a city like Lagos, many drivers have formed the habit of taking shortcuts like using roads marked as ‘one way’ or ‘no entry.’ Traffic officials are usually unforgiving with this particular breach of driving rule and they come down hard on offenders. Taking a road marked as ‘one way’ could lead to a heavy fine in many states of the federation.

V) Always Obey Speed-Limits

Disobeying speed limits could land you on the wrong side of the laws. In some states, you could be asked to take a psychiatric test for this kind of offence and Lagos State is a grand example. It is important you obey the speed limits erected at road construction sites or any other road for that matter.

vi) Don’t Drive Without a Driver’s License/Learner’s Permit
It is an offence to drive a vehicle without a valid driver’s licence/learner’s permit as required by law. Every driver is mandated by law to make their Drivers License available upon request by a road safety marshal. Not having what is referred to as ‘vehicle particulars’ could land you in trouble just as well.

vii) Obey Traffic Light Signals
Disobeying traffic light signals could cost you a lot. These signals are for the free and orderly flow of vehicles and when they are not obeyed, it could lead to fatal accidents. In case you’re wondering how serious a crime it is, it is considered a grave offence

viii) Don’t Overtake Another Vehicle Wrongfully
Wrongful overtaking other cars has caused a lot of road traffic accidents. This is why it is an offence to overtake a vehicle wrongly. If the car ahead of you is driving slowly, it’s okay to overtake but there are times when overtaking can cost you your life. For instance, a dip in the road conceals other vehicles from you. As such, you should not overtake at such spots. There are other cases where you should not overtake. They include bends, wet roads, when your vision is impaired by light or rain, driving at night, when the road is narrow and when you are driving around aggressive drivers.

Ebola is a rare but deadly virus that causes fever, body aches, and diarrhea, and sometimes bleeding inside and outside the body. As the virus spreads through the body, it damages the immune system and organs. Ultimately, it causes levels of blood-clotting cells to drop. This leads to severe, uncontrollable bleeding.

Symptoms of ebola virus
I) Fever.
II) Aches and pains, such as severe headache and muscle and joint pain.
III) Weakness and fatigue.
IV) Sore throat.
V) Loss of appetite.
VII) Gastrointestinal symptoms including abdominal pain, diarrhea, and vomiting.
VIII) Unexplained hemorrhaging, bleeding or bruising

I)Avoid areas of known outbreaks. …
II) Wash your hands frequently. …
III) Avoid bush meat. …
IV).Avoid contact with infected people. …
V) Follow infection-control procedures. …

VI) Don’t handle remains.

i) Developing (teaching) and transforming (changing) the youths of Nigeria into effective and responsible citizens by making them law-abiding.

ii) Making young people learn and accept the values, the usual and expected (norms), knowledge, actions and activities that will help Nigeria achieve her millennium (New Era) Development Goals (MDGs).

iii) Through the study of civic education, the student will learn about systems and institutions of government and democratic principles and processes, etc.

iv) The knowledge of civic education leads to improvement in the quality of leadership and followership.

v) Civic education promotes social and political awareness in students enabling them contributes positively in the society.

Value is the esteemed quality or importance which a person or group of persons attach to certain ideas, beliefs or principles.

IV)Positive Dedication and Focus.


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