We are Nigerians: Civics, National Values and History for JSS (Junior Secondary School 3)
Imprint: Farafina
Language: English
Pages: 120

We are Nigerians: Civics, National Values and History for JSS (Junior Secondary School 3)

We are Nigerians is a new and exciting junior secondary school textbook series that teaches students about their rights and duties as Nigerian citizens.

Synopsis

We are Nigerians is a new and exciting junior secondary school textbook series that teaches students about their rights and duties as Nigerian citizens. The books draw on examples from students’ everyday experiences and relate these to issues in Nigerian civic life. The books also delve into the history of Nigeria, from the pre-colonial era to the present day.

The textbook series covers the content prescribed by the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) curriculum. The books feature clear text and lively illustrations, as well as special pedagogical content including newspaper stories, ‘Did You Know?’, ‘Get Online’ and ‘Take Action’ exercises. All these features are designed to help students think clearly and practically about what it means to be Nigerian citizens today.

We are Nigerians is motivated by democratic and patriotic ideals. It aims to inspire young Nigerian citizens to commit to building a better Nigeria.

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About the author(s)

Dunni Olatunde

Dunni Olatunde is a writer interested in the enhancement of the literacy skills of young children. She is a public speaker and the author of Lilies Among Thorns and Mystery at Ebenezar Lodge. She lives in Canada with her husband and four children.

Sola Adeola

Uche Okonkwo

Yewande Omotoso

Yewande Omotoso was born in Barbados and grew up in Nigeria, moving to South Africa with her family in 1992. She is the author of Bom Boy, published in South Africa in 2011. In 2012 she won the South African Literary Award for First-Time Published Author and was shortlisted for the South African Sunday Times Fiction Prize. In 2013 she was a finalist in the inaugural, pan-African Etisalat Fiction Prize. She lives in Johannesburg, where she writes and has her own architectural practice.

About the author(s)

Dunni Olatunde

Dunni Olatunde is a writer interested in the enhancement of the literacy skills of young children. She is a public speaker and the author of Lilies Among Thorns and Mystery at Ebenezar Lodge. She lives in Canada with her husband and four children.