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Jan 8, 2019

Mathematics: Second Term's Scheme of Work for JSS 1 – 3

Second Term's Scheme of Work for JSS 1
Mathematics: Second Term's Scheme of Work for JSS 1 – 3

Week 1: APPROXIMATION 
i. Obtaining approximate values for calculation involving four basic arithmetic processes (operations).

ii. Rounding off of numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000.

iii. Quantitative reasoning involving approximation.

Week 2: OPEN SENTENCES
i. Use of letters to represent numbers.

ii. Distinguishing between open and closed sentences.

iii. Supplying the missing numbers in open sentences from a set of given permissible substitutes.

Week 3: SIMPLIFYING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION 
i. Identifying the coefficient of symbols or letters.

ii. Distinguishing algebraic expressions from non-algebraic expressions.

Week 4: SIMPLIFYING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION 2
i. Basic operation of addition, substraction, multiplication and division of algebraic symbols and terms.

ii. Collection of like terms.

Week 5: WORD PROBLEMS
i. Formation of word problems (simple cases).

ii. Word problems involving uses of symbols.

iii. Quantitative reasoning involving algebraic expressions.

Week 6: SIMPLE EQUATIONS IN ONE VARIABLE
i. Identifying simple equations in one variable.

ii. Examples of three types of equality – absolute, referential and conditional equality.

Week 7: DIRECTED NUMBERS
i. Addition and substraction of numbers using number line.

ii. Use of number line.

Week 8: BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME COMMON THREE DIMENSIONAL FIGURES
i. Basic properties of cubes, cuboids, pyramids, cylinders, e.g., faces, vertices and edges.

Week 9: BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME COMMON THREE DIMENSIONAL DIMENSIONAL FIGURES 2
i. Sphere

ii. Cone

iii. Triangular prism, e.g., faces, vertices and edges

Week 10: PROPERTIES OF FIGURES
i. Rectangles

ii. Square

iii. Isosceles triangles

iv. Equivalent triangles

v. Circles

Week 11/12: Revision/Examination

Second Term's Scheme of Work for JSS 2

Week 1: EXPANSION OF ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION
i. Expansion of the form a(b + c) = ab + ac

ii. Expansion of the form (a + b) (c + d) = ac + ad + bc + bd

iii. Quantitative reasoning involving expansion

Week 2: FACTORIZATION OF ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION
i. Factorisation of the form ax + ay = a (x + y)

ii. Factorisation of the form abc + abd = ab (c + d)

Week 3: ALGEBRAIC FRACTION
i. Algebraic fraction with monomial denominators (addition, substraction, multiplication and division)

ii. Word problems leading to simple algebraic fractions

Week 4: SIMPLE EQUATIONS
i. Solving simple equations

ii. Word problems on simple equations.


Week 5: LINEAR INEQUALITIES IN ONE VARIABLE
i. Solution of linear inequalities

ii. Graphical representation of linear inequalities

iii. Word problems involving linear inequalities in one variable

Week 6: PLANES, SHAPES AND FIGURES
Properties of:
i. Parallelogram

ii. Rhombus

iii. Kite

Week 7: ANGLES IN A POLYGON
i. Revision of angles in a triangle 

ii. Identification and naming of polygons (up to 10 sides)

iii. Sum of angles in a quadrilateral.

iv. The sum of interior angles in a polygon

Week 8: SCALE DRAWING
i. Drawing plane objects to scale

ii. Converting actual lengths to scale 

iii. Calculation from scale drawing

iv. Combination of plane shapes to produce design

Week 9: GRAPHS
i. Revision of plotting of points on the Cartesian plane

ii. Solutions of linear equations in two variables using graphs 

iii. Linear graphs from real life situations

Week 10: ANGLES OF ELEVATION AND DEPRESSION
i. Identifying angles of elevation and depression 

ii. Distinguishing between angles of elevation and depression

iii. Measuring angles of elevation and depression 

iv. Using angles of elevation and depression in calculating distances and heights

Week 11/12: Revision/Examination

Second Term's Scheme of Work for JSS 3

Week 1: CHANGE OF SUBJECT OF FORMULA
i. Changing subject in a formula

ii. Simplifying expression by substituting in formula

Week 2: COMPOUND INTEREST
i. Revision of simple interest

ii. Solving problems on compound interest 

iii. Applying the use of compound interest in daily life activities

Week 3: VIEWS, PLANS AND SKETCHES
Drawing views and plans of common solids:
i. Cube and cuboids

ii. Cone

iii. Cylinder

iv. Sphere 

v. Prism

Week 4: PROBABILITY
i. Define probability 

ii. Use probability to estimate the outcomes of real-life problems involving chance 

iii. Express probability as a fraction 

iv. Determine the probability of events such as throwing a die, picking a ball from a bag etc.

Week 5: SIMILAR SHAPES
a. Identify similar figures:

i. Triangles

ii. Rectangles 

iii. Squares 

iv. Cubes

b. Identifying the presence of similar shapes in the environment

Week 6: ENLARGEMENT AND SCALE FACTOR
i. Meaning of enlargement and scale factor

ii. Enlargement shapes using scale factor

iii. Calculating and comparing lengths, areas and volumes of similar figures

iv. Quantitative reasoning involving similar shapes

Week 7: TRIGONOMETRY
i. Identify sine, cosine and tangent of an acute angle as ratios of sides of a right-angled triangle

ii. Using trigonometric ratio to solve practical problems  

iii. Applying trigonometric ratios to solve problems

Week 8: SOLID SHAPES
Problems in measuration involving:

i. Volume of cylinders, cones.

ii. Surface areas of cylinder and cones.

Week 9: CONSTRUCTION
i. Bisecting of line segment 

ii. Bisecting of angles 

iii. Constructing simple shapes

Week 10: CONSTRUCTION 2
i. Construction of angles of various sizes: 90°, 60°, 40°, 30°

ii. Copying a given angle 

iii. Constructing simple shapes

Week 11/12: Revision/Examination

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