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May 6, 2019

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

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

Biology: Third Term's Scheme of Work for SSS 1

Week 1: ENERGY TRANSFORMATION IN NATURE
i. Energy Loss in Ecosystem
ii. Laws of Thermodynamics
iii. Application of Law of Thermodynamics to Ecological Phenomenon
iv. Food Chain

Week 2: RELEVANCE OF BIOLOGY TO AGRICULTURE
i. Classification of Plants
ii. Botanical Classification, e.g., Algae, Spermatophyte etc.
iii. Agricultural Classification, e.g., Fibre Plant, Non-fibre Plant.
iv. Classification Based on Life Cycle, e.g., Annual, Biennial and Perennials.

Week 3: EFFECTS OF AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES ON ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM
i. Effect of Bush Burning
ii. Effect of Different Types of Farming Methods on Ecosystem

Week 4: PESTS AND DISEASES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTANCE
i. Definition and Types of Pests
ii. Life Cycle of Pests
iii. Control of Pests
iv. Disease – Types of Diseases

Week 5: FOOD PRODUCTION AND STORAGE
i. Role of Food in Agricultural Production
ii. Factors Affecting Production and Storage
iii. Ways of Improving Crop Yield
iv. Cause of Wastage
v. Methods of Preserving and Storing Food

Week 6: POPULATION GROWTH AND FOOD SUPPLY
i. Relationship between Availability of Food and Human Population
ii. Effects of Food Shortage
iii. Government's Effort to Increase Food Production, e.g., Agricultural Resolution

Week 7: MICROORGANISMS AROUND US
i. Classification, e.g., Viruses, Bacteria, Fungi, Protozoa
ii. Carriers, e.g., Vectors and Transmitting Organisms
iii. Beneficial Effects and Harmful Effects
iv. Growth of Microorganisms
v. Control and Prevention of Microorganism Disease (Public Health)

Week 8: AQUATIC HABITAT
i. Definition
ii. Types of Aquatic Habitat
iii. Aquatic Organism and Its Adaptive Features
iv. Characteristics of Aquatic Habitat
v. Food Chain and Food Web in Aquatic Habitat

Week 9: TERRESTRIAL HABITAT
i. Definition
ii. Types of Terrestrial Habitat
iii. Terrestrial Organisms and Their Adaptive Features
iv. Characteristics of Terrestrial Habitat
v. Food Chain and Food Web in Terrestrial Habitat

Week 10: CLASSIFICATION OF PLANTS
i. Classification of Plants into Seed Bearing and Non Seed Bearing
ii. Classification of Plants into Cereals and Legumes
iii. Classification into Root Crops, Vegetables, Fruits, Beverage and Drug, Oil Latex (Fibre)

Week 11: DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
i. Types of Digestive System (Alimentary Canal)
ii. Description and Functions of the Parts of Alimentary Tract
iii. Diagram of Digestive Tract of Different Groups of Organisms

Week 12/13: Revision/Examination


Biology: Third Term's Scheme of Work for SSS 2

Week 1: REGULATION OF INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT: ENDOCRINE GLANDS
i. The Endocrine Glands and Its Hormones
ii. Functions of the Endocrine Glands
iii. Effect of Under-secretion or Over-secretion of Endocrine Hormones

Week 2: THE SKIN
i. Structure of the Mammalian Skin
ii. Functions of the Mammalian Skin
iii. Care of the Mammalian Skin

Week 3: NERVOUS COORDINATION
i. Organisation of the Nervous System
ii. The Central Nervous System (CNS)
iii. Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)

Week 4: THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS)
i. The Position, Structure and Function of the Brain
ii. The Position, Structure and Function of the Spinal Cord

Week 5: THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (PNS)
i. The Flow Chart Representing the Different Parts of the PNS
ii. The Somatic NS
iii. The Autonomic NS
iv. The Sympathetic NS and Parasympathetic NS

Week 6: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF A NEURON
i. Types of Neuron (Motor, Sensory and Relay)
ii. Structure of a Neuron
iii. Transportation of Nerve Impulse
iv. Reflex Actions, Voluntary Actions
v. Pavlov Experiment on Dog, Food and Bell

Week 7: SENSE ORGANS
i. Organ of Smell
ii. Mechanism of Smelling with the Help of Olfactory Chemoreceptor
iii. Adaptation for Survival

Week 8: SENSE ORGANS II
i. Organ of Sight (Eye) and Its Parts
ii. Functions of the Different Parts of the Eyes.
iii. The Role of the Eyes in Image Formation and Accommodation
iv. Eye Defects: Myopia, Hypermetropia, Presbyopia, Astigmatism
v. Eye Problem/Diseases: Cataract, Night Blindness, Colour Blindness etc.

Week 9: ECOLOGY OF POPULATION
A. Succession
i. Meaning of Succession
ii. Structural Change in Species Composition, Variety and Increase in Number
iii. Primary Succession in an Aquatic Habitat
iv. Secondary Succession: Meaning and Examples
v. Characteristics of a Stable Community

B. Overcrowding
i. Population Density Studies and Available Resources
ii. Importance of Factors Affecting Population Space

Week 10: ECOLOGY OF POPULATION II
i. Relationship between Competition and Succession
ii. Factors That Cause Overcrowding
iii. Ways of Avoiding Overcrowding
iv. Effect of Food Shortage: Competition, Reproduction, Emigration Rate

Week 11: BALANCE IN NATURE
i. Factors Affecting Population – Biotic, Abiotic
ii. Dynamic Equilibrium in Nature
iii. Factors That Maintain Dynamic Equilibrium such as Availability of Food, Natural Disaster
iv. Family Planning
– Natural and Artificial Methods of Population Control (Sex Education)

Week 12/13: Revision/Examination

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