Civic Education is among the recent subjects that were introduced into the Nigerian Secondary school syllabus. And it has been made compulsory for everybody irrespective of your discipline. The 2019 WAEC Civic education exam will be taking place today, 22nd April, 2019. In this article, I will show you how to get the 2019 WAEC Civic Education Expo answers.
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Why Was Civic Education Added to The Secondary School Syllable?
Now, you are about to write the 2019 WAEC Civic Education, and you may be wondering why the government has decided to add insult to your injury by introducing Civic Education into the WAEC syllabus. We cannot say that the people that added this subject to the syllabus are fools.
They actually have reasons why they not only implemented it but made it compulsory. From my own perceptive, Civic Education will help you to know your right and will also help to build a united Nigeria.
We all know that our brothers and sisters who are in Arts know about the constitution and laws more than some of us in Science. Now, by making Civic Education compulsory, it closes the gap between Arts and science students in terms of knowing what the constitution, laws, right, ethics and values, etc are all about.
Basic Things You Should Know About WAEC 2019 Expo
Although the educational system frowns at any illegal manipulation during an examination, we cannot deny the fact that Expo has continued to gain more versatility in the country and I can neither blame the students nor the officials who make this available to us. The government has failed to pay much attention to the School system; they are busy moving our money in and out of the country.
It is obvious that average Nigerian public schools lack the basic amenities for learning. There is a saying that you can’t ask a child to give you what you didn’t give him. That being said, the Government can’t expect a malpr@ctice free examination when they have not prepared the students well for the examination.
Taking all these into consideration, we have decided to help students with the WAEC Civic Education Expo answers. Read below to know how to subscribe to our Runz.
How to Subscribe to WAEC 2019 Civic Education Expo Answers
While there are many websites offering WAEC Civic Education Answers, Earboard.com has remained the best source for any Expo service. We offer Jamb Expo, Neco Expo, WAEC Expo, Neco GCE Expo, NABTEB and a whole lot of others.
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How Much Does the WAEC 2019 Expo for Civic Education Cost?
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How to Make Payment for WAEC 2019 Civic Education Answers
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How to Get WAEC 2019 Civic Education Answers After Making Payment
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How Many Hours Before the Exam, will the answers arrive?
This is another question that students ask us from day to day. For the sake of truth, I will like to be plain here. Expo is not a meeting schedule and no one can say exactly when it will be done because so many factors such as teachers, sources, invigilators etc can affect it. To be on the safe side, our answers, on average, arrive 2 hours before exam starts.
Do you have Proofs for the Answers?
Looking for proofs? Like I said earlier we have been in the business for a long time now. As a matter of fact, this very page, you are reading now, was simply edited. Check the publication date.
The page was first created for the last year’s WAEC Civic Education Expo and the answers to their own question were also solved and posted here. You can see the answers below.
Justice is what we as a society regard as “right” based on our moral concepts of ethics, rationality, law, religion, equity and fairness, in other words, justice is the proper application of law.
(i) Scales: Lady Justice is most often depicted with a set of scales typically suspended from one hand, upon which she measures the strengths of a case’s support and opposition.
(ii) Blindfold: Lady Justice has often been depicted wearing a blindfold. The blindfold represents impartiality, the ideal that justice should be applied without regard to wealth, power, or other status.
(iii) Sword: The sword represented authority in ancient times, and conveys the idea that justice can be swift and final.
[Pick Any FIVE]
(i) The drug addict exhibit the behaviour of drug dependence
(ii) The person would not have value for decency or modest in dressing
(iii) The drug addict engages in bad behaviours like immoral utterances, flagrant disregard of values, especially norms and etiquette of the society
(iv) The victim is characteristic of disobedience to constituted authority of the family, society, school etc
(v) Drug addict has quarrelsome and rebellions disposition which makes him/her quarrel at slightest provocation
(vi) Another behaviour exhibited by drug addict is idleness.
(vii) Drug addicts exhibit criminal tendencies. They steal, rob, kidnap and rape and are custodians and carriers of social vices.
H*V which simply means human immunodeficiency virus is a virus that causes AIDS which is spread through certain body fluids that attacks the body’s immune system. Once in the body, H*V attacks the immune system cells which perform various tasks such as fighting common diseases. When one is H*V positive, it means that he or she has the AIDS causing virus in the body fluids. This does not mean a person is already suffering from aids.
AIDS which means Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is a chronic, potentially life-threatening condition caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (H*V). It is the most severe phase of H*V i*******n. People with AIDS have such badly damaged immune systems that they get an increasing number of severe illnesses, called opportunistic infections.
(ii) Unexplained w*********s
(iv) Night sweats
(v) Muscle aches
(vi) Sore throat
(viii) Swollen lymph nodes
(ix) Mouth ulcers
(x) Chronic diarrhea
(i) Constitution is supreme
(ii) Equality of the law
(iii) Presence of fundamental human right
(i) Immunity clauses: The constitution stands as a protection to the Executives & Ambassadors from being sued while in office, which puts them above some laws.
(ii) Military rule: This is the forceful take over of civilian government which gives them power to suspend the constitution and then promulgate degree which abuse the fundamental human Rights
(iii) State of emergency: It promote unlawful arrest and restrictions of movement which is an abuse of Rule of law
(iv) Age: its a limitation to equality before the law, since under age (below 18) are given special treatment and privileges that protect them from capital punishment when engaged in crime.
Political apathy is the lack of interest in politics and political activities by the citizens of a country. When citizens are not interested in the political programmes of a country due to one reason or the other, political apathy is said to have taken place, e.g. the cold feet Nigerians often develop during elections which makes them not to go out to vote could be regarded as political apathy.
[Pick any TWO]
(i) Corruption will set in when dishonourable people fill the vacuum created by the absence of credible citizens.
(ii) There will be no accountability on the part of the
government because the people that are supposed to keep the government and the leaders in check have shown no interest in the affairs of the country.
(iii) There will be emergence of an undemocratic government
(iv) Political apathy breeds lawlessness and disorderliness in society
[Pick Any FOUR]
(i) Encouraging credible opposition in the political process in order to give the people wider choices.
(ii) Encouraging the people to become favourably disposed towards joining popular groups to enhance
(iii) Encouraging popular participation in elections.
(iv) Defending the fundamental human rights of citizens.
(v) Making leaders accountable to the people who elected them.
(vi) Ensuring good governance which inspires confidence in the citizens to participate in political activities.
Previous WAEC Civic Education Answers
i)Justice is the legal or philosophical theory by which fairness is administered. The concept of justice differs in every culture.
ii)Courage is the choice and willingness to confront agony, pain, danger, uncertainty, or intimidation.
iii)The dignity of labour, also known as the dignity of work, is the philosophy that all types of jobs are respected equally, and no occupation is considered superior.
i)Broaden your perspective. Being selfless starts with having the ability to see beyond your personal concerns and empathize with others, even those you’ve never met. If you’re constantly consumed by your own problems and status, you won’t have time or energy to act selflessly.
ii)Think about how other people feel. Empathy and selflessness go hand in hand. If you understand how someone else feels, you’ll be more likely to be moved to act selflessly toward that person. iii)Be selfless even when no one notices. Selfless people don’t act with kindness and generosity with the expectation of getting credited for it. They do it because it’s the right thing to do, and because it feels good to help other people when you have the capacity to do so.
interpersonal relationship is a strong, deep, or close association or acquaintance between two or more people that may range in duration from brief to enduring
iii) non-verbal communication
Past WAEC 2018 Civic Answers
3) A responsible parenthood is simply defined as the “will” and ability of parents to respect and do the needs and aspirations of the family and children. It is the ability of a parent to detect the need, happiness and desire of the children and helping them to become responsible and reasonable children.
1. Teaching morality.
Good citizens need to be people who act according to moral principles. Rather than being selfish or trying to deceive each other, they ought to deal in a kind and upright way with each other. Part of a parent’s responsibility is ensuring that they bring up the next generation of citizens properly.
- Teaching social interactions.
Being polite, making friends, and reaching out to others are all important things in society. Parents can teach children to be comfortable when socializing from an early age.
- Budgeting and finances.
In order to keep the economy of a given society going, the citizens need to have good control of their finances. Parents can help to get their children into good financial habits early on.
Showing children the ropes.
A responsible parent will teach their child how to move in society: how to pay for things in shops and get the correct change, for example, or how to take public transport.
SECTION C ANSWER
A. CONSTITUTION: A constitution is a set of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state or other organization is governed. These rules together makeup, i.e. constitute, what the entity is.
B. ARMS OF GOVERNMENT: The three arms of government is divided into three The legislative, The judiciary and the executive
The executive: The executive branch is divided into Federal Ministries, each headed by a minister appointed by the president. The president must include at least one member from each of the 36 states in his cabinet.
The Legislative: The National Assembly of Nigeria has two chambers: the House of Representatives and the Senate. The House of Representatives is presided over by the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
The judiciary: The judicial branch consists of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, the Court of Appeals, the High Courts, and other trial courts such as the Magistrates’, Customary, Sharia and other specialised courts. The National Judicial Council serves as an independent executive body, insulating the judiciary from the executive arm of government.
D. Free Press: Free press may refer to Freedom of the press, legal protections for public communications media.
E. Armed Forces: The armed forces of a country are its government-sponsored defense, fighting forces, and organizations. They exist to further the foreign and domestic policies of their governing body and to defend that body and the nation it represents from external and internal aggressors.
F. Civil societies: Civil societies are the “aggregate of non-governmental organizations and institutions that manifest interests and will of citizens”.They include the family and the private sphere, referred to as the “third sector” of society, distinct from government and business.
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