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Scheme for Jss classes

ENGLISH LANGUAGE
J.S.S 1 First Term Scheme of Work
Weeks Topics
1. Speech Work: Introduction to Speech Organs (Organs of Speech)
Structure: Parts of Speech – Nouns (Position/Functions of Nouns in a given passage); Adjectives.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Development
Reading Skill/Writing Skill
(Developing Reading and Writing Skills)
Composition: Writing Outline
Literature: Introduction to Literature (Functions/Purpose)

2. Speech Work: Vowels – Introduction to Monophthongs (Example)
Structure: Verbs – Position/Functions of Verbs (in a given passage)
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Reading for main ideas
Composition: Types of Composition (Narrative, Descriptive, Argumentative and expository)
Literature: Genres of Literature (Definition of the Genres with related texts)
3. Speech Work: Vowels/I/ and /i/
Structure: Adverbials (Frequency, Manner, Intensifiers)
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Reading for Supporting Ideas.
Composition: Elements of Composition – Introduction, Body, Conclusion; Stages of Writing.
Literature: Prose (Types of Prose e.g. Narrative, Descriptive, etc)

4. Speech Work: Vowels /e/ and /ae/
Structure: Tenses 9 Present, Past and Future) Making Sentences with Tenses.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Writing Skill – Reading to Answer Specific Question I
Composition/Letter Writing – Introduction/Types of Letters (Formal and Informal)

5. Speech Work: Vowels /a:/
Structure: Adverbs, Conjunctions and Prepositions
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Writing Skill-Reading to Answer Specific Questions //
Composition: Letter Writing – Format/Features of Letters – Informal Letters
Literature: Folktales – African and Non-African tales

6. Speech Work: /Χ‘/ and / Χ‘/:
Structure: Tenses – Present (making sentences with the present tenses)
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Writing Skill (more on developing writing skills)
Composition: Letter Writing: Guided Writing – Informal Letters.
Literature: Folktales – Features and Themes of Folktales (didactic, entertainment, magical, etc.)

7. Speech Work: Consonants – Introduction (examples)
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading Skill: Givingh Specific Answers.
Structure: Tenses: Past Tenses (making sentences with the Past tenses)
Composition: Narrative Ciomposition (Features/Outline Guided Composition)

8. Speech Work: Consonants /p/ and /b/
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Writing Skill Giving Specific Answers
Structure: Tenses: Future Tenses (making sentences with the Futre Tenses)
Composition: Descriptive Composition (Features/Outline Guided Composition)
Literature: Introduction to Figures of Speech ( Simile, Metaphor); Recommended Texts.

9. Speech Work: Consonant /t/ and /d/
Structure: Tenses and Adverbials:
Making sentences with Tenses and Adverbials
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading and Writing Skills Contd.
Composition: More on Narrative and Descriptive Compositions (Arrengement of Ideas in logical sequence; Development of ideas/outline to full)
Literature: Prose: Features of Prose – Plot, Characterization, Style, Setting, Theme;
Reading recommended texts.

10. Revision
11. Tests/Examinations
12. Examinations.


J.S.S. 1 (Second Term)
Weeks Topics
1. Revision of Last Term's Examination and Work.
2. Speech Work : Consonant /k/ and /g/
Structure: Adverbs: Features, Position and Functions of Adverbs.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading Skill (Reading for Maximum Retention and Recall).
Composition: Letter Writing: Formal/Features of Formal Letters
Literature: Review on he Genres of Literature (Prose, Poetry and
Drama); (Use recommended texts)
3. Speech Work: Consonants /f/ and /v/
Structure: Conjunctions: Features, Position and Functions of
Conjunctions.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.;
Writing Skill – answering questions on given passage.
Composition: Letter writing – Formal letters (Guided writing)
Literature: Prose-Literary terms (use recommended text).
4. Speech Work: Vowels /u/ and /u:/
Structure: Prepositions: Features, Position and Functions of
Prepositions.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading and Writing Skills (Intensive)
(Reading/Answering questions on given passage).
Composition: Letter Writing – Guided writing (emphasis on
Arrangement on ideas in logical sequence)
Literature: Myths and Legends (African and Non-African tales
Comprising Myths and Legends)
5. Speech Work: Vowel /ae/ and /Π—:/
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Writing Skill Giving Specific answers of a given passage.
Structure: Adverbials (making sentences with Adverbial).
Composition: Argumentative (Introduction)
6. Speech Work: Consonants /s/ and /z/
Structure: More on Adverbials
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading and Writing Skill contd.
Composition: Argumentative – Elements of composition
Literature: Drama – Drama text, theme,
Features; related literary terms.
7. Speech Work: Vowels – Introduction to Diphthongs (examples)
Structure: More on Adverbials and Tenses (using each item in
Sentences)
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Reading Skill – Reading to understand the Author's mood.
Composition: Argumentative – Arrangement of ideas in logical
Sequence.
8. Speech Work: vowels: /ei/
Structure: Making Sentences with Adverbs, Conjunctions and
Preposition,
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Writing Skill.
Composition: Argumentative (Guided Composition/Writing)
Literature: Drama Types, Literary Terms
Written text (Costumes, Play Director, etc)

9. Speech Work: vowels : /ai/
Structure: More on Adverbs, Conjunctions and Prepositions.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading Skill
Composition: Argumentative (Guided writing)
Literature: More on Figures of Speech.

10. Speech Work: Consonant /Σ©/ and /Π·/
Structure: Verbs – Poems of Verbs
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.;
Reading and Writing Skills.
Composition: Speech writing – Introduction.
Literature: Prose (use recommended Text)

11. RevisionΧ 
12. Tests
13. Examinations.


JSS 1 (Third Term)
Weeks Topics
1. Revision of Last Term's Examination and Work.
2. Speech Work: Consonants /s/ and /z/
Structure: Verbs-Active verbs
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading Skill – Reading for Special Description
Composition: Expository (Introduction)
Literature: Poetry – Introduction; recommended text
3. Speech Work: /Χ i/
Structure: Verbs: highlighting Active Voice
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Writing Skill – giving specific answers
Composition: Expository: Elements of writing
(Introduction, Body and Conclusion, Stages of Writing
Literature: Poetry: Types of Poems (use recommended text)
4. Speech Work: /a/ and /au/
Structure: Verbs – Making sentences with active voices
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Listening Skill – Listening for Maximum Retention and Recall.
Composition: Expository – Arrangement of Ideas in Logical Sequence.
Literature: Poetry – read selections of poems(oral and writing poetry)
5. Speech Work: Stress Introduction to Stress
Structure: Verbs – Highlighting Passive Voice
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Writing Skill
Composition: Expository (Guided Writing)
Literature: Poetry – Figure of Speech, Literary terms
6. Speech Work: Stress: Introduction to Stress
Structure: Verbs – Highlighting Passive Voice
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading to follow direction in written Communication
Composition Expository (Guided writing)
Literature: Poetry: More on literary terms, use recommended poems
7. Speech Work: Stress: Stress Patterns
Structure: Verbs: making sentences with Passive voice
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Listening Skill – listening to follow direction in written
Communication
Composition: Narrative, Descriptive, Argumentative and Expository –
Identifying the differences.
8. Speech Work: Stress: Compound words
Structure: Verbs making sentences with Active and Passive voices.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt. Writing Skill (given passage)
Composition: informal letters: writing to suit different situations
Literature: Poetry: Themes, Features, Structure, Language
9. Speech Work: Consonant Clusters
Structure: Pronouns: Forms, Positions and Functions of Pronouns.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Listening Skill (given passage)
Composition: Formal Letters: Writing to suit different situations.
Literature: Poetry – more on figures of speech. Encourage students
to write a poem.
10. Revision
11. Test
12. Examinations.





ENGLISH LANGUAGE
JSS 2 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1.1 Speech Work/Listening and Speaking:
Revision of Sounds – Vowels – a e i o u in context
1.2 Grammar – Revision of Parts of Speech – nouns, pronouns, verbs and
Adjectives.
1.3 Reading – Reading to understand the writers purpose and unit 1
Project English for JSS 2.
1.4 Writing – writing an outline for a Narrative Essay –
Topic "How I spent my last holiday"
1.5 Literature-in-English – Types of Prose e.g. Narrative, Descriptive
etc. Features of a prose e.g. Plot, Style, Setting, Theme, Characterization.
2.1 Speech Work/Listening and Speaking:- Consonant - +, g, k, l, p, s, etc
Produce consonants in context
Vocabulary Development on "The Family" – Nuclear/Extended.
Words related to the family.
2.2. Grammar – Parts of speech – verbs and transitive and intransitive
verbs. Page 17 project English
2.3 Reading – Words in Context: Knowing and identifying word in the
Context using project English for JSS 2 Unit 2
2.4 Writing: types of composition – Narrative, Descriptive, Argumentative
Expository, elements of composition writing – introduction, body and
conclusion, pre-writing, writing, editing, arrangement of ideas.
2.5 Literature-in-English:- Figures of Speech Simile, Metaphor etc.
Reading the recommended text
3.1 Speech work/Listening and speaking;
Intonation, Stress and Rhythm
3.2 Grammar:- Question Tags Pages 27 – 28, 35 Project English for
JSS 2 Register on The Neighbourhood and Discipline in School.
3.3 Reading and Comprehension:- Unit 3 Project English for JSS 2.
Reading for Critical Evaluation
3.4 Writing:- Types of Formal Letters. Features of Formal Letters
Writing "Application for Employment"
3.5 Literature-in-English:- Oral Literature Pages 19-20 Project English
:- Myths and Legends Reading Recommended text.
4.1 Speech work:- Nasal Sounds /n/ Page 30-31 Project English Long and
Short Vowels Contrasting – beans/bins, fool/full, wheel/will/wheat/wit
4.2 Grammar – Active and Passive voice
4.3 Reading/Comprehension and Summary writing Unit 4 Project English
for JSS 2 Vocabulary Development on Law and Order.
4.4 Writing – Summary Writing. Point to Note
4.5 Literature-in-English:- Oral Literature – Folktales – African and Non-
African Features – didactive, entertainment, magical, myths and
legends. Reading recommended text.
5.1 Speech work/Listening and Speaking:-
Consonants – so, sit, cell, zero, zoc, freezer, rise (as in /s/; /z/ either
feather, mother, father (as in /a/.)
5. 2 Grammar; Structure ; "The WH" Questions Page 35 Project English e.g
Who, Where, When, Why, What. Register on "School Administration".
5.3 Reading and Comprehension Units 5
5.4 Writing:- Features and outline of an Informal letters.
5.5 Literature-in-English:- Figures of Speech – Allteration and assonance
Reading Recommended Text.
6.1 Speech work:- Types of Vowels – Monothongs, Dipthongs and
Trithongs pages 21-22,38-39 Project English Treating Dipthongs /au/
Axn. / ua / and /ai/
6.2 Grammar:- tenses (Present, Past and Future)
6.3 Reading, Comprehensive and Summary Unit 6 Project English
Reading for Speed – Survey, Scan and Skim.
6.4 Writing – Narrative Essay – "A Village Market"
6.5 Literature-in-English:- Irony and Paradox.
Reading the recommended text.
7.1 Speech work/Listening and Speaking:- Morphemes – Word
boundaries – prefix
7.2 Grammar:- Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases.
7.3 Reading and Comprehension – Unit 7
Summary Writing - selected by the teacher.
7.4 Writing – Narrative Essay on "What I do Everyday".
7.5 Literature-in-English:- Recommended Text
8.1 Speech work – Suffix
8.2 Grammar – Conjunction, types and usages.
Vocabulary Development – on sports
8.3 Reading and comprehension Units 8
8.4 Writing – Stating the differences between Formal and Informal Letters
8.5 Literature-in-English:- Figures of Speech
9.1 Speech work/Listening and Speaking:- Monothongs.
9.2 Grammar: Making Requests using – will, could, please e.g. could you
please come? Will you make out the time, please?
9.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit 9
9.4 Writing – Formal Letter of Invitation (As a Guest Speaker)
9.5 Literature-in-English:- Other Figures of Speech.
Reading Recommended Text.
10. Revision
11. Examination.



JSS 2 (Second Term) Scheme of Work.
WEEKS TOPICS
1.1 Speech Work – Revision of Last Term's Work.
My New Year Resolution
1.2 Grammar – Unit 6 Adjective and Compositions.
1.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit 10
(Project English, Vocabulary Development – The Office.
1.4 Writing – Reported Speech page 97, questions, Statement and
Command.
1.5 Literature in English – Introduction to Prose, features of prose
2.1 Speech Work – Dipthongs Continued
2.2 Grammar – Tenses – present, past future
2.3 Reading/Comprehension and summary – Unit 10
2.4 Writing – Argumentative essay
2.5 Introduction to Drama and Features
3.1 Speech work – Tri thongs, produce speeches with tri thongs
3.2 Grammar – Adverbials – cause and reason, purpose, condition
3.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit II
3.4 Writing – Argumentative Essay – Civilian Government is far better
than Military Government.
3.5 Literature in English – Elements of Drama
4.1 Speech Work/Listening and Speaking
Consonant - /h/; /w/ and /j/
4.2 Grammar – Punctuation marks 9Full Stop)
4.3 Reading and comprehension Unit 12
Vocabulary Development-The Postal Service
4.4 Writing – Formal Letter – (To the School Principal)
4.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on drama
5.1 Speech Work – Consonant /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/ e.g. pot, boy, tape, dog
5.2 Grammar – Punctuation Mark (The Comma)
5.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit 13
5.4 Writing – Narrative Essay – My Last Birthday
5.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on drama
6.1 Speech Work – Consonant Sounds /k/ and /g/
6.2 Grammar – Adverbials page 114-115 Project English
6.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit 14
6.4 Writing – Mining – using the alternatives provided on page 139
6.5 Literature in English (use recommended text)
7.1 Speech Work/Listening and Speaking – Contrasting Consonant
/f/ and /v/, /s/ and /z/ e.g. fan, van 80-200
7.2 Grammar – Direct Speech
7.3 Reading and Comprehension – Unit 15
7.4 Writing – Oral Expository essay – The Campaign
7.5 Literature in English – use recommended text
8.1 Speech Work – Intonation pattern – Are you in my class?
8.2 Grammar – Adverbials revision
8.3 Reading and Comprehension – Unit 16
8.4 Writing – Note making page 124
Conducting interviews pages 120-122
8.5 Literature in English – Use recommended text
9.1 Speech Work/Listening and Speaking – The Rising Tune in Yes/No
Question page 165.
9.2 Grammar – Indirect/Direct Speech
9.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit 17
9.4 Writing – Write out the story in the picture in page 170
9.5 Literature in English – Use recommended text
10. Revision
11. Examination


J.S.S 2 (Third Term) Scheme of Work
WEEKS TOPICS
1.1 Speech work – Revision of second terms work and examination
question, present tense
2.1 Grammar – The use of Conjunctions:- Although and whereas as
contrasts
2.2 Comprehension/Vocabulary Development – Nigeria oil Industry –
pages 173-176
2.3 Writing – Argumentative Essay on Nigeria oil: a blessing or curse?
2.4 Speech work/s/ and /z/ sounds e.g sue zoo etc
2.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on Drama
3.1 Grammar – using despite and in spite of
3.2 Vocabulary Development on mass media. The radio
3.3 Writing – dialogues page 171 and the poetry on
"Pride goes before a fall"
3.4 Speech Work – Contrast / (-) / and /t/
e.g. Thin, thanks, tanks, both, boot etc.
3.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on drama
4.1 Grammar – Synonyms
4.2 Vocabulary Development Law Page 168-169
4.3 Writing – "The Responsibilities of Government" as an essay
4.4 Speech Work – The sounds /o/ and / / as vowel sound
4.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on drama
5.1 Grammar – The use of Cousative Verbs
5.2 Speech Work – The sounds / / and /u:/
5.3 Vocabulary Development on Nigerian's armed forces
5.4 Writing and Comprehension Unit 9
5.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on drama
6.1 Comprehension/Vocabulary Development (natural resource/mining)
6.2 Grammar – and English structure – adverb of place e.g. by the gate,
in the school etc.
6.3 Writing – Formal letter contd.
6.4 Speech work – stress revision
6.5 Literature in English – recommended text on drama
7.1 Comprehension/Vocabulary Development Unit 20 –
"The wages of sin are death".
7.2 English Structure and grammar on the use of even though and at least
7.3 Writing – A journey I once made
7.4 Speech work – consonant sounds
7.5 Literature in English – poetry
8.1 Grammar – intensifiers
8.2 Speech Work on long /j:/ and short /i/
8.3 Writing – Recording a meeting and its format page 107 Junior English
Project book 2
8.4 Literature in English – poetry selection – themes and poetic devices.
9.1 Grammar Antonyms
9.2 Speech work on the Consonants /p/ and /b/ sounds
9.3 Writing – Exercise on page 129
9.4 Literature in English – Poetry
10. Revision (generally)
11. Examination





MATHEMATICS
JSS1 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Whole numbers
- Counting and writing in millions, billions and trillions
2. Whole numbers
- Problems solving in quantitative aptitude reasoning using large numbers.
3. Fractions
- Types (proper and improper fractions)
4. Fractions
- Equivalent fractions, concepts of Equivalent fractions in sharing commodities, problems solving in quantitative aptitude.
5. Fractions
- Ordering of fractions, conversion of fractions to percentages and vice-versa, conversion of fractions to decimals and vice-versa.
6. Fractions
- Addition and subtraction
7. Fractions
- Multiplication and division
8. Prime numbers and factors
9. Least common multiple and Highest common factor of whole
numbers
10. LCM and HCF
- Problems solving on quantitative aptitude reasoning involving LCM and HCF, the difference between LCM and HCF
11. Estimation
- Estimation of dimensions and distances, on capacity and mass of given objects, problems solving on quantitative reasoning in estimation.
12. Revision and Evaluation
13. Revision and Evaluation



MATHEMATICS
JSS 1 (Second Term) Scheme of Work.
Weeks Topics
1. Revision of last term's work.
2. Approximation
- Degree of accuracy, rounding up of numbers
3. Approximation
- Problems solving on quantitative reasoning and approximating things in everyday activities.
4. Base Numbers
- Counting in base 2, Addition and subtraction of numbers in base 2
5. Base Numbers
- Multiplication of numbers in base 2, problems solving on quantitative aptitude related to conversion and applications.
6. Basic Operations
- Addition and subtraction of numbers with emphasis on place value, use of number line.
7. Basic Operations
- Addition and subtraction of positive and negative integers om the number line, solving problems on quantitative reasoning in basic operations.
8. Algebraic Processes
- Use of symbols, solving open sentences with two arithmetic operations.
- Word problems involving use of symbols.
9. Algebraic Processes
- Identification of coefficient of terms
- Basic arithmetic operations applied to expressions of similar terms.
- Collection and simplification of like terms
- Use of brackets.
10. Solving quantitative aptitude problems on the use of symbols and the
use of brackets.
11. Simple Equations
- Solution of simple equations
12. Revision
13. Examination/collection of assessments.


MATHEMATICS
JSS 1 (Third Term) Scheme of Work
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work
2. Geometry
- Plane shapes (types and perimeter)
3. Geometry
- Area of regular and irregular shapes.
4. Three dimensional figures
- Properties of cube, cuboids, pyramid, cone, cylinders, spheres.
5. Properties of solid shapes.
- Volume of cube and cuboids.
6. Identification and properties of angle a
(Vertically opposite, adjacent, alternate, corresponding angles)
7. The sum of angles on a straight line and in a triangle.
8. Construction of Parallel lines, perpendicular lines, measurement
of angles.
9. Statistics
- purposes and usefulness of statistics for analysis, data collection.
10. Data presentation – Averages, mean, median, mode of a given set
of data.

11. Revision
12. Examination.
13. Examination and collection of assessment.



MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 FIRST TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Review of JSS one examination questions and relevant topics for the
new class (Basic operation of integers)
2. Whole numbers and decimal numbers
(a) Whole numbers I standard forms
(b) Decimal numbers in standard form
(c) Factors, multiples and prime number
3. Common multiples, common factors, LCM & HCF. Perfect squares
and quantitative reasoning.
4. Fractions and Transactions in the home. Types of fractions and
expression of fractions as ratios, decimals and Percentages.

5. (a) Household arithmetic and commercial arithmetic relating to
profit, interest, discount and commission.
(b) Problems involving students in practical activities such as NEPA
bills and rate of consumption of power, water rates, school
expenses and fees, school and students stationaries. and furniture
requirements.
6. (a) Approximation of numbers. Rounding off to Decimal Places,
significant figures, whole number, nearest, tens, hundreds,
thousands, tenths, hundredth, thousandth.
(b) Squares and square roots of numbers by Use of Approximate
tables.

7. Multiplication and division of directed and non directed numbers
(a) Definition and examples of directed and non directed numbers
(b) Multiplication and division of directed and non directed numbers.
8. Algebraic expressions
(a) Definition of algebraic expressions wit examples
(b) Expansion of algebraic expressions
(c) Factorization of simple algebraic expression
9. Algebraic fractions
(a) Definition of algebraic fractions
(b) Algebraic fractions with whole number denominator (Addition and Subtraction) a/2 =+b/2 =(a+b)/2; a/2 + b/3 = (3a +2b)/6
(c) Algebraic fractions with monomial denominators (Addition and Subtraction) 2/a + 1/a = 3/a; 2/a + 1/b = (2b+a)/ab
10. Simple algebraic equations
(a) Define algebraic equation
(b) Differentiate between algebraic expressions and equations
Examples of algebraic equations such as 3n-4 = 2n+1,
(2y+4)/7 = 2
(c) Solutions to algebraic equation
11. First term examination and review of First term lessons
12. First term examination in progress
13. Examination continued/ Vacation




MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 (SECOND TERM)
WEEKS CONTENTS
1. Review of first term's work. Emphasis on expanding and
factorizing expressions, solving of quadratic equations, and
transactions in the homes, and offices.
2. Word problems on algebraic fractions (a) interpretation and
finding solutions to word problems in simple equations.
(b)Word problems involving algebraic fractions.
(c) solutions to word problems involving algebraic fractions.
3. Linear Inequalities.
(a) Definition of inequalities with natural and real life practical
examples.
(b)Word problems leading to simple linear inequalities in one
variable e.g. if n=2 put (<or>) in the box n+2nn+9;
3n+1015 – n; 5n-27+n solution to problems in linear
inequalities.
4 . (a) linear inequalities in one variable continued. Graphical
presentations of solutions of inequalities in one variable e.g.

(b). Graphs of Cartesian plane: The axis and plotting of points.
5 . (a) More work on plotting and joining points to form plane
shapes on the Cartesian planes.
(b). Graphs of linear equations in two variables.
6. (a) Linear graphs in two variables plot linear graphs from real
life situation.
(b). Solve quantitative reasoning problems on graphs.
7. Plane figures or shapes. Identification of plane shapes with their
properties.
(a) Revision on properties of square, rectangles, parallelogram, rhombus and kite.
(b) Identification of plane shapes within our immediate environment.
8. Scale drawing of lengths and distances.
(a) Meaning of scale drawing and why we draw to scale.
(b) practical measures of lengths and distance in a meter and
representation on the exercise book by scale.
9. Quantitative aptitude problems
(a) Review of the concept of quantitative aptitude. What is it?
Why quantitative aptitude?
(b). problems involving quantitative reasoning.
10. Revision of second term work
11. Revision of first term work / exam
12. Examination
13. Examination / Vacation


MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 (THIRD TERM)
WEEKS CONTENT
1. (a) Revision of second term examination questions and
emphasis on plotting of points and linear graphs I
Cartesian plane.
2. (a) Distance – Time graph
(b). Velocity – Time graph
(c) Item – Price graph
(d) Re-presentation of real life situations on graphs and the
Reason
3. Angles and polygons;
(a) Definitions of angles and revision of types of angles.
(b) Definition of polygons and types of polygons (convex polygon)
(c) Practical discovery of the generalization interior angles of n-sided convex polygon = 2n-4 right angles
(d) Exercises on the interior angles of complex polygons.
4. Angles of elevation and depression
(a) Definition of elevation and angle of elevation with practical illustration.
(b) Problem solving by measurement (not calculation) of angles of elevation.
(c) Definition of depression and angle of depression with practical examples.
5. Data Statistics presentation
(a) Practical collection of data through experimentation and field work.
(b) Presentation of data in (i) ordered form (ii) frequency table
(c) Plotting of pie chart
(d) Reading information from pie chart
6. Statistics Continued
(a) More work o data collection from the immediate environment.
(b) More work on tabulation and presentation of data
(c) More work on drawing of pie chart and reading information from pie chart.
(d) Usefulness of data for statistical purpose.
7. Probability
(a) Concept and meaning of probability (chance/event)
(b) Importance and usefulness of probability.
(c) Examples of chance events.
(d) Playing game of ludo and tossing of coins as practical demonstration of chance events.
8. Probability continues
(a) Simple problem solving in probability.
(b) Calculating probability from experimentation.
(c) Analysis of statistical data with the use of probability (mortality rate etc.).
9. Revision of third term main topics (statistics, probability and
angle of elevation).
10. Revision of first and second terms lesson
11. Questions and answers/examination
12. Examination.


MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 FIRST TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term work
2. Number bases conversion from and to denary.
3. Binary numbers
4. Calculating mean, median and mode
5. Bar chart, histogram and pie chart.
6. Solving inequalities
7. Factorization by quadratic expression.
8. Solving equation expression
9. Solving word problems involving fractions.
10. Change of subject of formulae.
11. Revision.
12. Test



MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 SECOND TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term work.
2. Solving simultaneous equations by substitution and elimination
methods.
3. Solving simultaneous equations by graphical methods.
4. Introduction to probability.
5. Introduction to simple application of probability.
6. Direct and inverse variation.
7. Joint and partial variation.
8. Trigonometric ratios.
9. Angles of elevation and depression.
10. Bearing and scale drawings.
11. Revision.
12. Examination.
13. Examination.

MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 THIRD TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Area of triangles (using different formulae).
2. Areas of parallelogram and trapezium.
3. Area and circumference of circles.
4. Construction of special angles.
5. Construction of triangles and quadrilaterals.
6. Revision.
7. Mock Examination
8. Mock Examination
9. JSSCE
10. JSSCE
11. JSSCE




BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 1 FIRST TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Orientation
- Learning about science
- Meaning and definition of science.
- Branches of science; science related occupations
- Reasons why we study science
2. Scientific Methods
- Observation, experimentation, recording etc.
- Some skills a beginner should develop (students to use concrete objects to develop their skills in observation, guesses and sorting things out) etc.
3. Family Health (Cleanliness)
- Personal cleanliness
- Meaning Methods
- Advantages/disadvantages
4. Family Health (Nutrition)
- Food and adequate diet;
- Type/composition
- Adequate diet
5. Environmental conservation and safety (Maintaining Balance)
- Source of earth energy
- Water cycle
6. Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles
- Conservation of energy, water and wild life
7. Environmental Conservation and Safety (Sanitation)
- Types of human activities e.g. farming, sewage/refuse disposal, construction, transportation, industrialization etc.
8. Biodegradable and non-biodegradable materials.
- The compost
- Benefits of environmental sanitation.
9. Disease vectors
- Types of disease vectors.
- Life cycle of the mosquito and other vectors.
10. Control measures: water drainage, insecticides, oil
spreading/spraying
- Transmission of malaria, river blindness and sleeping sickness.
11. Prevention: Clean water
- Water borne disease; cholera, diarrhea, typhoid.
- Sources of clean water and spring water.
- Water treatment processes.
- Immunization against human diseases.
12. Revision and Assessment.



BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 1 SECOND TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Drug Abuse/Addiction/Misuse
- Meaning of drugs
- Uses and side effects of drugs.
2. Sources of drugs
- Drugs/Substance abuse
3. Prevention of STIs, HIV/AIDS
- Definition of STIs, HIV/AIDS
- Preventive measure
- Safe age for production
- Abstinence
- Responsible sexual behavior
- Avoid use of unscreened blood, injection needles and clippers.
4. The Earth in Space
- The solar system
- Rotation and revolution of the Earth and moon.
5. Description of Eclipse, Climate and Seasons.
6. Matter
- Meaning of Matter
- Identification of matter
7. Classification of matter
- States of Matter
8. Plants and Animals
- Examples
- Characteristics
- Uses/importance
- Food
- Medicine
- Shelter
- Economic importance
9. Characteristics of Living Things
- Difference between plants and animals.
10. Activities of Living Things
- Types e.g. movement, feeding, reproduction etc.
- Associated organs: Purpose/Imporatance of the Activities.
11. Revision
12. Examination.







BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 1 THIRD TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Non-Living Things
- Examples of non-living things
- Classification of; Metals, Non-metals
- Properties, uses and importance of Non-living matter.
2. Gravitation and Weightlessness
- Meaning of gravitation
- Weightlessness
- Effects of gravitation on objects.
3. Space Travel
- Meaning of space travel.
- Purpose of space travel.
4. Benefits and Dangers of Space travels.
5. Satellite
- Meaning of Satellite
- Uses
- Communication
- Photography
- Mapping, etc.
- Geographical Information System (GIS)
6. Energy
- Meaning of energy.
- Sources of energy.
- Forms of energy.
7. Transfer of Energy
- Uses of energy.
8. Renewable and Non-renewable Energy
- Meaning
- Examples
- Use and misuse
9. Energy and society.
10. Forces.
- Concept of force.
- Types of forces
- Contact and non-contact forces, magnetic and gravitational forces.
11. Calculation of Gravitational Forces
- Balanced and unbalanced forces.
- Friction: uses, advantages and disadvantages.
12. Revision
13. Examination



BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 FIRST TERM
WEEK TOPIC
1. Revision
2. The Skeletal System and Movement (human)
- Main bones of the skeletal system e.g. skull, humerus
- Major functions of the skeletal system, movement, protection, support etc.
- Importance of movement to human beings.
- Posture – meaning and definition.
3. The muscular system (human)
- Muscles and joint: muscles, joints and movement.
- Body movement as machine.
4. The digestive system (human)
- Parts of the digestive system from mouth to anus.
- Digestion at various points – mouth, stomach, intestine.
- Enzymes as catalysts that aid digestion (digestive juice)
- End products of digestion
- Absorption and storage of food.
- Simple food tests, excretion and digestion differentiated.
5. The respiratory system (human)
- Meaning and definition of respiration
- Respiration as a release of energy.
- Mechanism of respiration and parts involved.
- Breathing and effects of outside pressure.
- Respiratory terms: inspiration, expiration inhaled air and exhaled air, ventilation, suffocation etc.
- Breathing problems asthma, hay fever, SARS, (severe acute respiratory syndrome) silicosis.
6. The Circulatory System (human)
- Components of blood and their functions (Red blood cell, white blood cell, platelets and plasma – blood groups)
- Blood vessels (arteries, veins, and capillaries)
- The heart (structure and function)
- Blood defects and diseases (e.g. leukemia, sickle cell anaemia etc.)
- Importance of blood tests & blood groupings e.g. HIV/AIDS cell anemia
7. The Excretory System (human)
- Meaning and definition of excretion
- Excretory organs and their functions e.g. kidney, skin and lungs.
- The process of excretion.
- Waste materials of excretion e.g. carbon (iv) oxide, sweat and urine.
- Need for excretion.
8. Human Growth and Development (1)
- Meaning and definition of growth and development.
- Changes in height, weight & size, infancy to adulthood.
- Factors affecting growth and development (e.g. food, love and care, health care, heredity, exercise and rest)
- Things that affect growth – disease and glands.
9. Human Growth and Development (2)
- Handling pubertal changes in boys and girls e.g. cleanliness during puberty.
- Emotional development e.g. fear of isolation, stigmatization and peer pressure.
10. Living things
- Habitat definition.
- Examples of habitat (aquatic & terrestrial) land, water and air.
- Adaptations of living things to their habitat.
11. Change –in-matters. Types (Temporary & Permanent)
- Characteristics of temporary and permanent changes with examples.
- Cause of changes in matter – heat, chemical reaction etc.
12. Revision and Examination






BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 SECOND TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Review of first term work
2. Physical appearance
- Physical features, size, shape, height, race, ethnicity, colour of skin, eyes and hair
- Body images and selt esteem.
- Uniqueness of man e.g. reasoning, problem solving, intelligence skill, inquisitiveness, observation, measurement, inference.
- Meeting the challenges of perceived healthy and inadequacies.
- Media conception of beauty.
3. Elements, compounds and mixtures
- Definitions and examples
- Method of separation of mixtures.
- Extraction of salt from sea water
- Crude oil and petrochemical
- Meaning of crude oil & petrochemical
- Refining and use of crude oil and petrochemical.
4. Hydrogen and rusting
- Preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen.
- Water as a product of hydrogen & oxygen.
- Rusting in nature
- Conditions necessary for rusting
- Prevention of rusting
- Rusting compared with burning and respiration.
5. Work, Energy and Power
- Meaning and definition of energy, work and power.
- Concepts of work, energy and power
- Sun as a primary source of energy
- Forms of energy (e.g. heat, light, kinetic & potential & thermal energy)
- Pinhole camera, rays of light incident, reflected
- Colour prism and production, splitting light
6. Calculations involving Workdone / Time
- Energy transfer when work is done. Uses of energy in the home
- For working and operating appliances, seeing, walking, playing, working, cooking etc.
7. Energy Sources
- Natural sources, manufactured sources e.g. batteries
- Petroleum products e.g. kerosene
8. Family Life Education (i)
- Communication techniques
- Importance of honest communications about pubertal concerns to responsible parents.
9. Family Life Education (ii)
- Life span continuum
- Factors that influence individual sense of self worth (body image)
10. Information and Communication Technology
- Meaning of ICT
- Components of ICT e.g. computer, fax machine, mobile cell phone, telephone, internet
- Use of ICT
- Importance of ICT – data collection / analysis, ease of communication genetic coding etc.
- Barriers in ICT
11. Revision
12. Examination.



BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 SECOND TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work
2. Measurement
- Measurement of density, force, pressure mass and weight
- Force and effect of force
3. Simple Machines
- Definition and meaning
- Types of machines – the lever, inclined plane, pulley, screw driver thread, wedged and gears, wheels and axles.
- Efficiency of simple machines
- Maintenance of simple machines e.g. uses of grease, oil and ball bearings.
4. Food storage in the body
- Action of enzymes on food
- What happens to absorbed foods
5. Meaning and definition of immunization
- Importance of immunization and prevention against disease e.g. measles, small pox, poliomelytis, tuberculosis, whooping cough, yellow fever, cholera, malaria, typhoid etc.
- Maintaining balanced diet.
6. Wild life conservation – Man's activities
- Meaning and definition of wild life.
- Wildlife's role in a balanced environment
- Effects of limited and limited growth cycles.
- Wild lifes reserved in Nigeria.
7. Environmental pollution
- Meaning and definition of pollution
- Types of pollution – soil, air and water pollution.
- Air, soil and water pollutants and the effects.
- Control of air soil and water pollution.
8. Erosion and Flooding
- Meaning of erosion and flooding
- Causes and prevention of erosion
- Drainage patterns
- Causes and prevention of flooding
- Effects and control of erosion and flooding
9. Reproductive Health
- Genetic Counseling
- Breast feeding and its advantages
- Myths about breast feeding
- Modes of transmission of HIV
- Prevention of HIV
10. Family Health Diseases
- Definition of disease
- Types of disease
- Modes of transfer
- Disease vectors
- Disease prevention – sanitation, education, immunization, choice of life partners etc.
- Consequences of contracting diseases on family, individual and society.
11. Drug Abuse
- Methods of drug use, inhaling, injecting, smoking etc.
- Common ways of misusing drugs
- Social risk factors in drug abuse
- Broken homes, peer influence, materialistic value etc.
12 – 13 Revision and Examination.



BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 FIRST TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Review of last term's work
2. The nervous system.
- The CNS (central nervous system) as centre of sensitivity
- The brain and the spinal cord.
- Simple reflex action and examples.
- The sense organs eye, ear, nose, tongue and skin and their functions.
3. Sense organs (I): Eye and Ear
- Functions and diagrams
- Care and defects
4. Sense organs (II): Nose, Tongue and Skin.
- Functions and diagrams.
- Care.
5. The endocrine system (I)
- Meaning and definition
6. The endocrine system (II)
- Examples and locations.
- Functions
7. Communication (I)
- The media – meaning and definition
- Transfer of information through information technology e.g. Television, radio, etc.
- The internet – meaning and definition.
- Relevance of communication to human development and family life education.
8. Communication (II)
- Negative and positive use of the media and internet
- Portrayals of body image by the media.
9. Communication (III)
- Process, transfer of information through information technology.
- Definition of information technology (media)
- Qualities of good media programmes.
- How and where information technology is used e.g. radio, telephone and microphone.
10. Materials required for information technology e.g. generator
control panel, circuit breaker, sub-station, transformer line
support, transmission, feeder pillar, etc.
11. Revision
12. Assessment tests.


BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 SECOND TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work.
2. Atomic Structure.
- Meaning and definition of atoms and molecules
- Simple atomic model.
- Particles that make up atom-protons, neutrons and electrons – their mass and charge.
3. Chemical symbols and formula (I)
- Meaning and definition of (a) symbols (b) formulae
- Symbols of elements e.g. Na stands for sodium, O for oxygen, C for carbon etc.
- How symbols were formulated e.g. using first letters like in calcium and Latin words like sodium.
4. Chemical symbols and formulae (II)
- Meaning and definition of formulae
- Formulae of compounds e.g. H2O stands for water, HCl for hydrochloric acid etc. (teacher to mention IUPAC nomenclature and examples)
5. Simple chemical equations.
- Balancing of chemical equations
- Law of conservation of matter.
- Reactants and products.

6. Metals and non-metals.
- Meaning and definition of (a) metals (b) non- matals.
- Characteristics of metals.
- Formulae of compounds.
- Formulae of metals and non-metals.
7. Metals and non-metals.
- Extraction of (a) iron and (b) tin from their ores.
- Steel manufacture.
- Uses of these metals.
8. Activity series.
- Activity of metals.
- Activity of non-metals.
- Action of water on metals e.g. sodium, calcium, magnesium, iron and copper.
- Action of dilute mineral acids on metals e.g zinc.
9. Acids, bases and salts.
- Definition of acids, base and salt.
- Acid in nature e.g. citric acids (orange).
- Tests for acids and bases.
- Neutralization.
- Preparation of simple salts.
10. Energy and applications.
- Conversion of energy from one form to another.
- Sound energy – mechanism of transferred sound.
- Simple cell (conductors and insulators).
- Simple electric circuit.
- Conduction, convection and radiation (good and bad conductors)
11. Kinetic theory of matter (energy).
- Simple qualitative aspects of the kinetic theory.
- Its assumption and its uses in explaining some phenomenon (boiling point, melting point and freezing point).
12 – 13 Revision and Examination.





BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 THIRD TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work.
2. Man in space
- Space travel
- Gravitational pull.
3. Our disappearing forest.
- Mature forest are almost non-existence in West Africa today due to human activities.
- Unreached deserts.
- Other fuels used for cooking.
- Maintaining our weather.
- Carbon cycle and nitrogen cycle.
4. Controlling the weather.
- Human interference with weather.
- Simple weather conditions
- Temperature, humidity and pressure.
5. Family life education
- Implication of teenage pregnancy
- Myths and facts about pregnancy.
6-13 Revision and JSCE






COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 1 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Technology of Different Information Ages.
- Definition and history of computer.
- Early counting methods-fingers, toes, pebbles, grains, etc.
2. Early Generation of Computing Instrument.
- Abacus, slide rule, Napires logarithm, (natural) Pascals calculating
- Machine, i.e. Buzzles calculating machine.
3. Generation of Computer
- 1st generation value, 2nd generation – transistor, 3rd generation Integrated circuit, 4th generation very large I/C, 5th generation artificial intelligence.
4. Categories of Computer.
- Describe micro, main frame and super computer.
- Show pictures/diagram
5. Microcomputer
- Definition.
- Parts of a micro computer e.g. monitor, key board, system unit.
6. Basic Computer Concepts.
- Define a computer, Describe a computer as input process, output (IPO), Describe parts of computer e.g. system unit, monitor (VOU), keyboard, mouse, printer, speaker.
7. System Unit.
- Functions of a computer
(i) Central processing unit.
(ii) Arithmetic and Logical Unit ALU, control unit and the main memory. Casing; unit, memory unit.
8. Computer Ethics.
- List the ways of taking good care of a computer room/laboratory
- State rules and regulations of computer laboratory, observe computer room rules and regulations
9. ICT Application in Every Day Life.
- State the uses of ICT in daily activities. Uses of ICT (i) communication (ii) timing and control (iii) information processing/management.
10. Information Transmission.
- Define information transmission, list ancient method of transmitting information. Identify modern method of transmitting information e.g. oral beating drums, fire lighting, town crying, whistling, drawing diagrams, making representation.
11. Revisions.
12. Test and Examination.



COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 1 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work.
2. Description of a computer and the monitor
- Definition, types of monitor.
- Monochrome and colour monitor
- Identify PROMPT.
- Identify CURSOR.
3. The System Unit.
- External features and functions
(a) The power button
(b) Reset button
(c) The key lock
(d) The drives
(e) The ports.
4. The Keyboard and its Sections.
- Definition of keyboard, types of keyboard; standard keyboard, enhanced keyboard.
- List keyboard sections.
5. Word Processing
- Definition, uses of word processor.
- Example of word processor
- Loading and exiting word processor.
- Creating, saving and retrieve files.
6. Data Processing
- Definition, Data processing cycle
(a) Data gathering
(b) Data collection
(c) Input stage
(d) Processing stage
(e) Storage stage
(f) Output stage
7. Stages of Data Processing.
- Describes what each stage entails.
8. Features of a Computer.
- State the features of a computer that makes it an excellent tool for data processing.
9. Importance of a Computer as a Tool for Processing Data
(i) Increased accuracy
(ii) Efficient storage facilities
(iii) Fast access to information
(iv) Handles repetitive tasks.
10. Information Evolution.
- Evolution of Information and Communication Technology (I.C.T).
(i) Invention of printing
(ii) Invention of radio and television
(iii) Invention of computer
(iv) Linking up of computers with information and communication technology (I.C.T)
- Describe what happens during each stage.
11. Revision.
12. Examination.




COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 1 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. REVISION OF LAST TERM'S WORK.
2. The Devices.
- Definition.
- Class of devices e.g. mechanical, electrical, electronic and early counting devices
- Draw examples.
3. Types of Computer.
- Digital computer
- Analogue computer
- Hybrid computer
- Show picture
4. Digital/Analogue Devices.
- Define analogue, digital and hybrid devices.
- State their uses
- Give examples.
5. Uses and Application of Computer.
- Uses of computer – schools, hospitals, government offices etc.
- Advantages of computer
- Disadvantages of computer.
6. Fundamental Computer Operation.
(i) System start up
(ii) Cold booting
(iii) Warm booting
(iv) System shut down.
7. System Unit.
- List the components of C.P.U.
- Describe the functions of the A.L.U, control unit, and main memory.
8. Historical Development of Computer.
- Mechanical counting and calculating devices.
(i) Abacus
(ii) Slide rule etc.
9. Electro-Mechanical Counting Devices.
(i) John Napier bone,
(ii) Blaire Pascal machine
(iii) Got Fried Ieibinig machine
(iv) Joseph Jacquard loom
(v) Charles Babbage analytical machine
(vi) Philip Emeagwali
10. Mastery of the Keyboard
- Correct sitting position.
- Using keyboard to type names, letter etc.
11. Revision.
12. Examination.




COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 2 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision/Classification of Computers.
(i) Generation of computers (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth)
(ii) Types of computers (Analog, Digital, Hybrid)
2. Classification of Computers.
- Sizes of computers (Super computers, Mainframe, Minicomputers, Micro computers)
- Degree of versatility (general purpose, special purpose)
3. The Computer System.
(i) The concept of the computer system.
(ii) Components of computer system
- Hard ware
- Software
- People ware
4. Hardware Components
- Input device
- Output device
- Storage device
- Arithmetic and logic unit
- Control unit
5. Software
(i) Definition of computer software
(ii) Types of computer software
(a) System software
(b) Application software
6. People Ware
(a) Computer Professionals
(b) Computer users
7. Operating System
(i) Definition of operating system
(ii) Examples of operating system
(a) DOS
(b) Windows
(c) Linux
(d) UNIX
8. Functions of Operating System
(i) Resource allocation
(ii) System monitoring
(iii) Utilities
9. Number Bases
(i) Decimal
(ii) Binary
(iii) Octal
(iv) Hexadecimal
10. Conversion of Number Bases
(i) Convert decimal to binary and vice-versa.
(ii) Convert decimal to octal and vice-versa.
(iii) Convert decimal to hexadecimal
11. Unit of Storage in Computer
(i) Bit
(ii) Nibble
(iii) Byte, kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte
(iv) Word
12. Revision.
13. Test/Examination.




COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 2 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision/Computer Programming Language
(i) Meaning of computer program.
(ii) Examples of computer program
2. Computer Programming Language
(i) Meaning of computer programming language
(ii) Examples of computer programming language (LOGO, BASICS, COBOL, FOTRAN, PASCAL, C+)
3. BASIC LANGUAGE
(i) Meaning of BASICS
(ii) BASIC character set
(iii) Key BASIC statements, Line number, Remark (REM), Assignments
(iv) Programme Terminator, END, STOP)
(v) Output Statement
(vi) Print.
4. SIMPLE BASIC STATEMENTS
(i) Examples of simple BASIC statements
(ii) Simple BASIC programme
5. Graphic Package 1
(i) Meaning of Graphic Packages
(ii) Examples of graphic packages
(a) Paint
(b) Corel-Draw
(c) Instant Artist
(d) Print Artist
(e) Photo Shops
(f) Logo Graphics etc.
6. (i) Title bar
( ii ) Tool bar
(iii) Menu bar
(iv) Printable bar
(v) Colour palette etc.
7. Graphic Packages II
(i) Paint Environment
(ii) Paint tools and their functions
(iii) Create simple object (Nig. Flag, Colour Chart)
8. I.C.T as a Transformation Tool
1. Meaning of I.C.T (Information and Communication Technology)
2. Examples of I.C.T tools
(i) Computers
(ii) Telephones
(iii) Cellular network
(iv) Satellite communication
(v) Television
(vi) Internet
9. Benefits of I.C.T
(i) Timely, better and cheaper access to knowledge and information.
(ii) Speed up transaction and processes.
(iii) Causes human beings to interact with each other world-wide.
(iv) Distance becomes irrelevant in business transactions and dealings.
(v) Innovative ways of interaction etc.
DISADVANTAGES
(i) Job losses
(ii) Threatens other areas/field of human endeavour etc.
10. I.C.T GADGETS
(i) The G.S.M (calls, creates, send, store, retrieve and read messages on GSM sets)
(ii) FAX machine (send and receive fax messages)
(iii) Differentiate between GSM, FAX and Telephone.
11. Revision.
12. Examination.



COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 2 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision/Internet 1
(i) Definitions (The largest computer network in the world)
(ii) Electronic Mail Address (E-mail Address)
(iii) World Wide Web (WWW)
2. Internet Browser
(i) Microsoft Internet Explorer
(ii) Netscope
(iii) Mozilla, Firefox
(iv) Creating e-mail address
(v) Samples of e-mail address
- musa@hotmail.com
- emeka@yahoo.com
- Kola@onebox.com
3. Benefits of Internet
(i) Information exchanges
(ii) E-Learning
(iii) E-Entertainment
(iv) Faster and Cheaper
(v) Group Discussion/Chating
B. Abuses of Internet
(i) Fraud
(ii) Pornography
( iii) Time wasting
4. Internet II
(i) Internet environment
(ii) Uses of internet. Sending of e-mail, chatting, instant message.
5-6 - Network group
- Search engine
- File sharing
7 . Computer Ethics Responsible Use of Computer and Internet
(i) Avoid liquid dropping into the system.
(ii) Using dust cover
(iii) Protection from power problems
(iv) Unplugging the system when not in use
(v) Check your e-mail regularly
(vi) Give prompt and polite response to mail.
8. Computer Ethics II.
Areas of Misuse of Computers
(i) Invasion of piracy (hacking)
(ii) Computer virus
(iii) Fraud
(iv) Stealing
(v) Pornography
(vi) Cyber war
(vii) Piracy of software
(viii) Plagiarism
9. Safety Measures I
(i) the sitting posture
(ii) using the anti glare protector
(iii) Positioning the monitor base
(iv) Maintaining a dust free environment
(v) Keep liquid an moist away from computers.
10. Safety Measures II
(i) The use of computer laboratory
(ii) Sitting arrangement in the laboratory
( iii) care and maintenance of ICT gadgets.
11 . Revision
12-13 Examionations





COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 3 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1-2. The Software
- Operational definition of software.
- Classification of software into systems and application
- Examples of system software.
3-4 Application Software
- Meaning of application software
- Describe and list examples of application software.
- Word processors, spreadsheets, database management systems.
5-6. Computer Virus.
- Origin of computer virus.
- How some common viruses work e.g. data lock, antiexe, Michael Angelo, November 17, Jerusalem Doddle.
- List computer anti-virus disk tool, McAfee, NDD, CPA.
7-8 Computer Programming Languages
- Concept of programming
- Types of computer games, advantages and disadvantages of playing.
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- Computer games.
9-10. Computer Programming Languages
- Concept of programming.
- Programming languages and types COBOL, FORTRAN, ALGOL.
11 . Revision.
12 . Tests.



COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 3 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1-2. Number Systems
- Identifying different number systems.
- Perform addition and subtraction I binary system, denary system and hexadecimal.
3-4. Mathematical Operations on Number System.
- Multiplication and division in base 2, 8, 10, 16.
5-6. Conversion of Number Systems.
- Convert denary to octal, binary and hexadecimal.
- Convert from one number system to another.
7-8 Coding
- Introduction to coding
- Concepts of binary digits and codes.
- Explain bits, nibbles, bytes, words, double words.
- Quad words concept of K=1024 bytes, KM,MB, GB9.-10.
9-10 Logic Circuits.
- Introduction to logic
- Explain and interpret logic, gates and circuits
- Construction of truth tables for OR, AND, NOT, etc.
11 . Revisions.
12 . Examination.




COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 3 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1-2. Network System
- Introduction to LAN, WAN and INTERNET
- Data collection stages.
- Processing method.
5-6 Starting up word processing package
- One character at a time.
- One word at a time from the beginning of document to the end of document.
7-8 Revisions and Examination.









SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 1 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Meaning, Scope and Nature of Social Studies.
2. Objectives & Importance of Social Studies.
3. Physical Environment:
Meaning, Types and Features.
4. Resources in Our Environment and their Uses.
5. Environmental Problem:
Causes, Effects and Solutions.
6. Social Environment:
Meaning and Types; Primary and Group (Family) Types; Role and
Responsibilities of Members.
7. Secondary Social Group:
Types, Structure, Roles and Responsibilities of Members.
8. Conflict Within Social Group:
Causes, Effect and Steps In Conflict Resolution.
9. Influence of Man in the Environment
10. Accidents in the Home and School.
Needs for Safety.

11. Accidents in the Home and School:
Measures for Safety in the Home, School, Workplace and the
Environment.
12. Test.
13. Examination.





SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 1 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work
2. Socialization
Meaning, Significance & Processes.
3. Agents of Socialization and Effects of Socialization.
4. Culture:
Meaning, Components & Features.
5. Culture
Features of Culture
6. Cultural Similarities Among Nigerians
7. Cultural Differences Among Nigerians
8. Uniqueness of Nigerian Culture
9. Revision.
10. Test
11. Examination
12. Examination



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 1 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work
2. Social Issues and Problems
Examination; Meaning and causes
3. Social Issues and Problems;
Effects and Solution
4. Cultism.
Meaning, Causes, Effects and Solution.
5. HIV/AIDS
Meaning, Causes, Effects and Prevention.
6. Problems Associated with Contemporary Social Problems in
Nigeria:
Individual, Family, Nation.
7. Problems Associated with Contemporary Social Problems in
Nigeria:
Individual, Family, Nation.
8. Measures of Solving Contemporary Social Problems.
9. National Unity and Integration:
Meaning, Needs and Importance.
10. National Unity and Integration;
Meaning, Needs and Importance.
11. Test
12. Revision and Examination.



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 2 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of JSS 1 Work
2. Social Issues and Problems
- Meaning types of social issues and problems. Drug abuse – meaning.
- Identify the common ways drugs are abused by people.
- Consequences of drug abuse
- Ways of encouraging drug abuse.
3. Drug Trafficking
- Meaning of drug trafficking
- Reasons for trafficking drugs
- Dangers of drug trafficking
- Ways for preventing drug trafficking.
4. Poverty
- Meaning of poverty
- Causes of poverty
- Consequences of poverty
- Analyse strategies of government and suggest areas of improvement
5. Corruption
- Define Corruption
- Types of corruption
- Causes of corruption
6. Corruption
- Discuss the effects of corruption on individual, the community and the nation.
- Discuss the role of different agencies of government charged with the prevention of corruption.
- Suggest ways of improving current effort by the government at preventing corruption in our society.
7. Cultism
- Define cultism
- Causes of cultism
- Solutions to the problems of cultism in Nigeria.
8. Accidents in the School
- Types of accident in the school
- Ways of preventing accidents in the school.
- Steps to take when accidents occur in the school.
9. People and their Environment
- Social group
- Define social groups
- Types of social groups
- Characteristics of social groups
10. Group Behaviour
- Types of group behavior
- Distinguish between the different types
- Benefits of group behavior
11. Revision of the term's work
12. Examination



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 2 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work/school community
2. School community
- Meaning of school
- Description of school
- The address of their school.
3. Community
- Identify members of the community
- Duties of school community members
- Ways of encouraging members of the school community to perform their duties more effectively.
4. Culture (i)
- Religion, meaning, types of religion
- Mention the name we call God in different communities in Nigeria.
- The benefits of religion
- Similarities in the things our religion teach us
5. Culture (ii)
Marriage: Meaning, different types of marriages practiced in
Nigeria
- Purpose of marriage
- State the conditions for marriage
- Effects of lack of readiness on marriage relationship
6. Culture (iii)
- Adornments: meaning
- List adornments commonly used in the community/locality e.g. beads, chain, rings etc.
7. Culture (iv)
- Common hair styles
- List common hair styles for women in their locality.
- Identify common hairstyles for female and male.
8. Storage
- Meaning of storage
- Ways of storing things
- Things we store
- Reasons for storing things properly.
9. Health Issues (i)
Harmful substances
- Meaning of harmful substances
- Examples of harmful substances
- Ways of preventing intake of harmful substances.
10. Health Issues(ii)
- Water supply
- Sources of water
- Ways of keeping water clean
11. Revision of term's work
12&13. Examination



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 2 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work/science, technology and society.
2. Science, technology and society
- Meaning of science and technology
- Importance of science and technology
3. Science, Technology and Society
- Types of traditional science and technology
- Some traditional science and technology influenced by modernization
- Influence of science and technology (modern and traditional) on societal development
4. Science, Technology and Society (iii)
Home Appliances
- Meaning of appliances
- Appliances in the home and their uses
5. Science, Technology and Society (iv)
Dangers and the wrong use of appliances
- Danger e.g. injury or death to the users, breakdown of the appliance, fire outbreak etc.
- Correct ways of using electrical appliances
6. National Economy 1
Savings and ways of saving
- Reasons for saving
- Ways of saving in the past
- Modern ways of saving
7. National Economy (ii)
- Keeping money in the bank
- Advantages of keeping money in the bank
- Problems and solution of saving money in the bank
8. National Economy (iii)
Resources
- Meaning of resources
- Uses of raw material resources
9. National Economy (iv)
Transportation
- Meaning of transportation
- Olden days means of transportation
- Modern means of transportation
- Advantages of modern means of transportation
10. National Economy (v)
- Problems of modern means of transportation
- Suggest ways of solving these problems
11. National Economy (vi)
Communication
- Meaning of communication
- Means of communication in traditional and modern times
- Roles of communication in National Economy.
12. Revision of the Term's Work
13&14 Examination



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 3 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of JSS 2 Work
2. Introduction to the Origin of Man.
- Myths and Legends, Religious Beliefs, Scientific Version
3. The Uniqueness and Universality of Man in the Animal
Kingdom.
4. Races and Racism.
5. Decision Making
- Meaning of decision making.
- Situations that require decision making.
- Importance of decision making.
- Factors that influence decision making.
6. Human Emotion (love)
- Meaning and types
- Qualities of love
- Behaviours that enhance loving relationship.
7. Social Environment.
- Meaning of social environment.
- Community meaning and types.
- Inter-community relationship.
8. Social Stratification
- Meaning of social stratification.
- Factors for social stratification.
9. Goal Setting.
- Meaning
- Types of goal and characteristics.
- Importance
- Effects of achieving set goals and obstacles.
10. Revision.
11-12. Assessment Test.


SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 3 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work
2. Institutions
- Legal and political institutions.
- Definition, Agencies and Functions.
3. Institutions
- Traditional and Economic Institutions.
- Meaning, Agencies and Functions.
4. Socialization.
- Definition of socialization
- Processes of socialization
- Agencies of socialization
5. Self Esteem.
- Meaning of self esteem.
- Types and factors that influence self-esteem.
- How to improve self-esteem.
6. Lack of cooperation and its effects.
- Social instabilities.
- Meaning factors and their effects.
7. Diversity and description. – basis for diversity.
- Examples of diversity.
- Consequences of diversity.
8. National Economic Life.
- Agriculture, meaning and types.
- Problems facing agriculture in Nigeria.
- Importance.
9. Mineral and energy resources
- Definition, types, uses
- Importance.
10. Manufacturing, imports and exports.
- Meaning and types.
11. Human resources.
- Population and population census.
12-13. Revision and Examination.



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 3 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work.
2. The world and its people.
- Continents and countries of the world.
3. Minor races and their characteristics
4. Media expression.
- Types of media expression.
- Media portrayal of gender
- Influence of the mass media on value and attitude.
5. International Economic Cooperation.
- FESTAC meaning and message.
6. Revision.
7- 13. JSCE Examination.






BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 1 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision.
2. Introduction to Business Studies
(i) Meaning and scope of business studies.
(ii) Elements of integrated business studies e.g. Accounts, Commerce, Office Practice, Shorthand, Typewriting.
3. The Office
(i) The meaning of an office
(ii) Types of office
- Small office
- Large office
(iii) Functions of an office.
4. The departments in an office/organization and heir functions
- Various departments in an organization.
- Purchasing department.
- Account department
- Sales department
- Personnel department
- Research and planning department
- Transport department.
5. Introduction to office equipment. Their functions and uses.
Types of office equipment, e.g.
- Cabinets, typewriter
- Telephone
- Stapler
- Duplicating machine
6. Clerical staff
- The definition
- Personal Qualities.
- Job Qualities.
7. Occupation
- Meaning
- Classification of occupation e.g. Extractive, Constructive and Manufacturing Industry.
8. Trade
- Meaning
- Types of trade
9. Aids to trade and their functions
- Banking
- Insurance
- Communication
- Advertising
10. Direct and indirect services
11. Revision
12. Examination
13. Examination




BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 1 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work.
2. Production
- Meaning of production
- Factors of production e.g.
(i) Land
(ii) Labour
(iii) Capital
(iv) Entrepreneur
3. Relationship between Producer and Consumer, and Channels
of Distribution.
- Channels of distribution e.g.
(i) Manufacturer or producer
(ii) Wholesaler
(iii) Retailer
(iv) Consumer.
4. Mail Handling
- Definition of mail
- Incoming and outgoing mail.
- Mail procedures and
- Dispatch book.
5. Mailroom Equipment
- Definition and types of mail room equipment
- Mail opening machine
- Shredding machine
- Scale
- Mail bag etc.
6. Sole Trade
Meanings and features
- Sources of fund
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
7. Partnership
- Meaning
- Features
- Sources of capital fund
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
8. Public Corporation
- Meaning of public Corporation e.g. N.E.P.A, N.T.A, N.I.C.O.N., N.P.A, N.I.T.E.L
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
9. Co-operative Society
- Meaning
- Types of co-operative society
- Sources of capital
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
10. Introduction to book keeping
- Meaning
- Source document e.g. invoice, receipts, cheques, etc.
11. Revision
12. Examination
13. Examination





BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 1 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work
2. Preparation of day books
- Sales day book
- Return Inward day Book
- Return Outward day Book
3. Limited Liability Companies
- Public Limited Liabilities
- Company/features
- Sources of fund or Capital
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
4. Private Limited Liability Company
- Features
- Source of capital
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
5. Introduction to typewriting
- Meaning
- Essential parts of the typewriter and their uses
6. Guides to Typewriting
- Correct sitting position
- Care of the typewriter
7. Introduction to Shorthand
- Definition
- History of shorthand
- Importance of shorthand
8. Consonants
- Definition of consonants
- Meaning of vowels
- Introduction to the 1st 6 consonants
9. Consonants
Introduction to the 2nd 8 consonants
10. Vowel Introduction to the 1st Place
Vowel Introduction to the 2nd place vowel
Introduction to the 3rd place
11. Revision
12. Examination
BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 2 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK

WEEKS TOPICS

1. Revision of JSS 1 Work
2. Reception Office
- Meaning of reception office
- Description of reception office
Receptionist:-
- Meaning
- Importance
- Qualities
3. Duties of Receptionist :-
- How to receive and treat visitors
- How to make and receive phone calls
- Appropriate dress code:
4. Right Attitude to Work
Punctuality and regularity
Meaning
Attribute
- Commitment
- Promptness
- Consistency
Devotion to duty
Meaning
Effects of devotion to duty
5. Documents handled by a receptionist
Meaning
Examples:-
- Visitors' book
- Request form
- Telephone message pad
- Business card etc.
6. 1st unified test (all subjects)
7. Correspondence records
- Meaning
- Uses
- Types
Business letter
Official letter
Memorandum
8. Handling of Mail
Procedure for handling incoming and outgoing mail by post or by
hand keeping correspondence and records.
9. Office Documents
- Meaning
- Uses
- Types:-
Sales document
- Price lists
- Quotation
- Invoice
Delivery note
Purchase document
- Enquiring to suppliers
- Quotation
- Order
10. Trade
- Meaning
- Importance
- Forms of trade
- Home trade
- Foreign trade
11. 2nd unified test (all subjects)
12. Revision
13. Examination



BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 2 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK

WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of 1st Term's Work/The roles of custom and excise in
foreign Trade.
2. Aids to Trade:-
- Banking
- Insurance
- Advertising
- Communication
- Transport
- Tourism
- Warehousing
- Commerce
3. Market
- Definition
- Characteristics
- Types
- Capital market
- Money market
- Commodity market
- Institution and instrument of trade in each of the market.
- Career opportunity in the capital market.
4. Buying and selling
- By cash or credit
- Buying
Methods of buying e.g. auction, inspection, grading and description
5. Calculation of turnover and net profit
- Cost of sale
- Markup
- Turnover
- Profit and loss
6. 1st Unified Test (all subjects)
7. Distribution
- Meaning
- Channels of distribution:-
- Producer/Manufacturer
- Wholesaler
- Retailer
- Consumer
8. Functions of each of the channels of distribution
9. Bank services
Commercial bank
- Meaning
- Services rendered:-
Loans, savings, overdraft, safekeeping of valuable goods
- Ethical issues in banking
10. Insurance
- Definition
- Services rendered by insurance
- Types of policies
- Vehicle
- Fire
- Burglary
- Marine
- Life insurance etc.
11. 2nd Unified Test (all subjects)
12. Revision
13. Examination



BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 2 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of 2nd Term's Work/ The benefits of Insurance
2. Ledger Entries
- Meaning of a ledger
- Items of the ledger
Date, particulars, folio, amount
- How to record cash received and payments:-
- Discount received
- Discount allowed
- Contra entries
3. Petty Cash Book
- Meaning
- Preparation of petty cash book
- Imprest system:
- Cash flow/imprest
- Refinement
- Reimbursement
4. Cash book
Meaning of cash book
Types:-
- Single column cash book
- Double column cash book
- Single column cash book
- Format and preparation of a single column cash book
5. Double Column Cash Book
- Format and preparation of double column cash book
6. 1st unified test (all subjects)
7. Pitman Shorthand
Vowel placement – 1st, 2nd and 3rd placement
Types of vowel (eeou)
Word drills
8. Pitman Shorthand
3rd group of consonants- K, G,N, M, NG, L,W,Y
Vowels – 1st place vowels – ah, oo, aw
3rd place vowels – e i oo oo
Word drills
9. Pitman Shorthand
Consonant R and H
Forms of R and H i.e. upward R and H
Downward R and H
Dipthongs and Trphtongs
- Definition
- Outlines and sings
- Word drill and dictation of passages
- Speed development and accuracy skills
10. Techniques Development in Keyboarding
- Tabulation key – description and uses
- Linespace regulator:- description and uses
- Carriage return lever – description and uses
11. Methods of Paragraphing
- Blocked
- Indented
- Hanging
Demonstration of the use of the different methods of paragraphing.
12. 2nd unified test (all subjects)
13. Revision and Examination




BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 3 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision
2. Preparation and acceptance of bill and invoice
- Procedure for making payment – by means of cash, cheque, bank draft.
- Preparation and issue of receipt.
3. Preparation and Issues of Receipt.
- The role of wages office, preparation of vouchers, payroll, pay advice, pay slip.
- Various methods of calculating wages, stock records, use of requisition and importance of stock taking.
4. Advertisement.
- Definition, meaning, importance
- Role of advertising and various forms of advertising.
5. Transportation.
- Definition, meaning, importance.
- Means of transportation in Nigeria.
- Advantages and disadvantages of transportation.
6. Communication.
- Meaning, importance, definitions, types.
- Post office as a means of communication.
- Postal and telegraphic services.
(a) Ordinary letter posting services.
(b) Express letters, postage by air.
(c) Parcels – registration of letters
(d) Telephone services – international, trunk, local calls.
7. Preparation of Petty Cash Book.
- Periodic transfer of petty cash balance to ledger.
- Imprest a/c cash float, balance and restoration of imprest.
8. Double entry book-keeping.
- Definition, meaning of double entry
- Recording transaction in the ledger and balancing the ledger.
9. The trial balance, definition, ruling, preparation and balancing.
10. Trading a/c
- Definition and explanation on sales, cost of goods sold, gross profit.
- Profit and loss a/c – definition, posting of overhead expenses and discount received.
- Determination of net profit.

BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 3 ( TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS





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ENGLISH LANGUAGE
J.S.S 1 First Term Scheme of Work
Weeks Topics
1. Speech Work: Introduction to Speech Organs (Organs of Speech)
Structure: Parts of Speech – Nouns (Position/Functions of Nouns in a given passage); Adjectives.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Development
Reading Skill/Writing Skill
(Developing Reading and Writing Skills)
Composition: Writing Outline
Literature: Introduction to Literature (Functions/Purpose)

2. Speech Work: Vowels – Introduction to Monophthongs (Example)
Structure: Verbs – Position/Functions of Verbs (in a given passage)
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Reading for main ideas
Composition: Types of Composition (Narrative, Descriptive, Argumentative and expository)
Literature: Genres of Literature (Definition of the Genres with related texts)
3. Speech Work: Vowels/I/ and /i/
Structure: Adverbials (Frequency, Manner, Intensifiers)
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Reading for Supporting Ideas.
Composition: Elements of Composition – Introduction, Body, Conclusion; Stages of Writing.
Literature: Prose (Types of Prose e.g. Narrative, Descriptive, etc)

4. Speech Work: Vowels /e/ and /ae/
Structure: Tenses 9 Present, Past and Future) Making Sentences with Tenses.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Writing Skill – Reading to Answer Specific Question I
Composition/Letter Writing – Introduction/Types of Letters (Formal and Informal)

5. Speech Work: Vowels /a:/
Structure: Adverbs, Conjunctions and Prepositions
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Writing Skill-Reading to Answer Specific Questions //
Composition: Letter Writing – Format/Features of Letters – Informal Letters
Literature: Folktales – African and Non-African tales

6. Speech Work: /Χ‘/ and / Χ‘/:
Structure: Tenses – Present (making sentences with the present tenses)
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Writing Skill (more on developing writing skills)
Composition: Letter Writing: Guided Writing – Informal Letters.
Literature: Folktales – Features and Themes of Folktales (didactic, entertainment, magical, etc.)

7. Speech Work: Consonants – Introduction (examples)
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading Skill: Givingh Specific Answers.
Structure: Tenses: Past Tenses (making sentences with the Past tenses)
Composition: Narrative Ciomposition (Features/Outline Guided Composition)

8. Speech Work: Consonants /p/ and /b/
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Writing Skill Giving Specific Answers
Structure: Tenses: Future Tenses (making sentences with the Futre Tenses)
Composition: Descriptive Composition (Features/Outline Guided Composition)
Literature: Introduction to Figures of Speech ( Simile, Metaphor); Recommended Texts.

9. Speech Work: Consonant /t/ and /d/
Structure: Tenses and Adverbials:
Making sentences with Tenses and Adverbials
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading and Writing Skills Contd.
Composition: More on Narrative and Descriptive Compositions (Arrengement of Ideas in logical sequence; Development of ideas/outline to full)
Literature: Prose: Features of Prose – Plot, Characterization, Style, Setting, Theme;
Reading recommended texts.

10. Revision
11. Tests/Examinations
12. Examinations.


J.S.S. 1 (Second Term)
Weeks Topics
1. Revision of Last Term's Examination and Work.
2. Speech Work : Consonant /k/ and /g/
Structure: Adverbs: Features, Position and Functions of Adverbs.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading Skill (Reading for Maximum Retention and Recall).
Composition: Letter Writing: Formal/Features of Formal Letters
Literature: Review on he Genres of Literature (Prose, Poetry and
Drama); (Use recommended texts)
3. Speech Work: Consonants /f/ and /v/
Structure: Conjunctions: Features, Position and Functions of
Conjunctions.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.;
Writing Skill – answering questions on given passage.
Composition: Letter writing – Formal letters (Guided writing)
Literature: Prose-Literary terms (use recommended text).
4. Speech Work: Vowels /u/ and /u:/
Structure: Prepositions: Features, Position and Functions of
Prepositions.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading and Writing Skills (Intensive)
(Reading/Answering questions on given passage).
Composition: Letter Writing – Guided writing (emphasis on
Arrangement on ideas in logical sequence)
Literature: Myths and Legends (African and Non-African tales
Comprising Myths and Legends)
5. Speech Work: Vowel /ae/ and /Π—:/
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Writing Skill Giving Specific answers of a given passage.
Structure: Adverbials (making sentences with Adverbial).
Composition: Argumentative (Introduction)
6. Speech Work: Consonants /s/ and /z/
Structure: More on Adverbials
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading and Writing Skill contd.
Composition: Argumentative – Elements of composition
Literature: Drama – Drama text, theme,
Features; related literary terms.
7. Speech Work: Vowels – Introduction to Diphthongs (examples)
Structure: More on Adverbials and Tenses (using each item in
Sentences)
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt:
Reading Skill – Reading to understand the Author's mood.
Composition: Argumentative – Arrangement of ideas in logical
Sequence.
8. Speech Work: vowels: /ei/
Structure: Making Sentences with Adverbs, Conjunctions and
Preposition,
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Writing Skill.
Composition: Argumentative (Guided Composition/Writing)
Literature: Drama Types, Literary Terms
Written text (Costumes, Play Director, etc)

9. Speech Work: vowels : /ai/
Structure: More on Adverbs, Conjunctions and Prepositions.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading Skill
Composition: Argumentative (Guided writing)
Literature: More on Figures of Speech.

10. Speech Work: Consonant /Σ©/ and /Π·/
Structure: Verbs – Poems of Verbs
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.;
Reading and Writing Skills.
Composition: Speech writing – Introduction.
Literature: Prose (use recommended Text)

11. RevisionΧ 
12. Tests
13. Examinations.


JSS 1 (Third Term)
Weeks Topics
1. Revision of Last Term's Examination and Work.
2. Speech Work: Consonants /s/ and /z/
Structure: Verbs-Active verbs
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading Skill – Reading for Special Description
Composition: Expository (Introduction)
Literature: Poetry – Introduction; recommended text
3. Speech Work: /Χ i/
Structure: Verbs: highlighting Active Voice
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Writing Skill – giving specific answers
Composition: Expository: Elements of writing
(Introduction, Body and Conclusion, Stages of Writing
Literature: Poetry: Types of Poems (use recommended text)
4. Speech Work: /a/ and /au/
Structure: Verbs – Making sentences with active voices
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Listening Skill – Listening for Maximum Retention and Recall.
Composition: Expository – Arrangement of Ideas in Logical Sequence.
Literature: Poetry – read selections of poems(oral and writing poetry)
5. Speech Work: Stress Introduction to Stress
Structure: Verbs – Highlighting Passive Voice
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Writing Skill
Composition: Expository (Guided Writing)
Literature: Poetry – Figure of Speech, Literary terms
6. Speech Work: Stress: Introduction to Stress
Structure: Verbs – Highlighting Passive Voice
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Reading to follow direction in written Communication
Composition Expository (Guided writing)
Literature: Poetry: More on literary terms, use recommended poems
7. Speech Work: Stress: Stress Patterns
Structure: Verbs: making sentences with Passive voice
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Listening Skill – listening to follow direction in written
Communication
Composition: Narrative, Descriptive, Argumentative and Expository –
Identifying the differences.
8. Speech Work: Stress: Compound words
Structure: Verbs making sentences with Active and Passive voices.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt. Writing Skill (given passage)
Composition: informal letters: writing to suit different situations
Literature: Poetry: Themes, Features, Structure, Language
9. Speech Work: Consonant Clusters
Structure: Pronouns: Forms, Positions and Functions of Pronouns.
Comprehension/Vocabulary Dvpt.:
Listening Skill (given passage)
Composition: Formal Letters: Writing to suit different situations.
Literature: Poetry – more on figures of speech. Encourage students
to write a poem.
10. Revision
11. Test
12. Examinations.





ENGLISH LANGUAGE
JSS 2 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1.1 Speech Work/Listening and Speaking:
Revision of Sounds – Vowels – a e i o u in context
1.2 Grammar – Revision of Parts of Speech – nouns, pronouns, verbs and
Adjectives.
1.3 Reading – Reading to understand the writers purpose and unit 1
Project English for JSS 2.
1.4 Writing – writing an outline for a Narrative Essay –
Topic "How I spent my last holiday"
1.5 Literature-in-English – Types of Prose e.g. Narrative, Descriptive
etc. Features of a prose e.g. Plot, Style, Setting, Theme, Characterization.
2.1 Speech Work/Listening and Speaking:- Consonant - +, g, k, l, p, s, etc
Produce consonants in context
Vocabulary Development on "The Family" – Nuclear/Extended.
Words related to the family.
2.2. Grammar – Parts of speech – verbs and transitive and intransitive
verbs. Page 17 project English
2.3 Reading – Words in Context: Knowing and identifying word in the
Context using project English for JSS 2 Unit 2
2.4 Writing: types of composition – Narrative, Descriptive, Argumentative
Expository, elements of composition writing – introduction, body and
conclusion, pre-writing, writing, editing, arrangement of ideas.
2.5 Literature-in-English:- Figures of Speech Simile, Metaphor etc.
Reading the recommended text
3.1 Speech work/Listening and speaking;
Intonation, Stress and Rhythm
3.2 Grammar:- Question Tags Pages 27 – 28, 35 Project English for
JSS 2 Register on The Neighbourhood and Discipline in School.
3.3 Reading and Comprehension:- Unit 3 Project English for JSS 2.
Reading for Critical Evaluation
3.4 Writing:- Types of Formal Letters. Features of Formal Letters
Writing "Application for Employment"
3.5 Literature-in-English:- Oral Literature Pages 19-20 Project English
:- Myths and Legends Reading Recommended text.
4.1 Speech work:- Nasal Sounds /n/ Page 30-31 Project English Long and
Short Vowels Contrasting – beans/bins, fool/full, wheel/will/wheat/wit
4.2 Grammar – Active and Passive voice
4.3 Reading/Comprehension and Summary writing Unit 4 Project English
for JSS 2 Vocabulary Development on Law and Order.
4.4 Writing – Summary Writing. Point to Note
4.5 Literature-in-English:- Oral Literature – Folktales – African and Non-
African Features – didactive, entertainment, magical, myths and
legends. Reading recommended text.
5.1 Speech work/Listening and Speaking:-
Consonants – so, sit, cell, zero, zoc, freezer, rise (as in /s/; /z/ either
feather, mother, father (as in /a/.)
5. 2 Grammar; Structure ; "The WH" Questions Page 35 Project English e.g
Who, Where, When, Why, What. Register on "School Administration".
5.3 Reading and Comprehension Units 5
5.4 Writing:- Features and outline of an Informal letters.
5.5 Literature-in-English:- Figures of Speech – Allteration and assonance
Reading Recommended Text.
6.1 Speech work:- Types of Vowels – Monothongs, Dipthongs and
Trithongs pages 21-22,38-39 Project English Treating Dipthongs /au/
Axn. / ua / and /ai/
6.2 Grammar:- tenses (Present, Past and Future)
6.3 Reading, Comprehensive and Summary Unit 6 Project English
Reading for Speed – Survey, Scan and Skim.
6.4 Writing – Narrative Essay – "A Village Market"
6.5 Literature-in-English:- Irony and Paradox.
Reading the recommended text.
7.1 Speech work/Listening and Speaking:- Morphemes – Word
boundaries – prefix
7.2 Grammar:- Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases.
7.3 Reading and Comprehension – Unit 7
Summary Writing - selected by the teacher.
7.4 Writing – Narrative Essay on "What I do Everyday".
7.5 Literature-in-English:- Recommended Text
8.1 Speech work – Suffix
8.2 Grammar – Conjunction, types and usages.
Vocabulary Development – on sports
8.3 Reading and comprehension Units 8
8.4 Writing – Stating the differences between Formal and Informal Letters
8.5 Literature-in-English:- Figures of Speech
9.1 Speech work/Listening and Speaking:- Monothongs.
9.2 Grammar: Making Requests using – will, could, please e.g. could you
please come? Will you make out the time, please?
9.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit 9
9.4 Writing – Formal Letter of Invitation (As a Guest Speaker)
9.5 Literature-in-English:- Other Figures of Speech.
Reading Recommended Text.
10. Revision
11. Examination.



JSS 2 (Second Term) Scheme of Work.
WEEKS TOPICS
1.1 Speech Work – Revision of Last Term's Work.
My New Year Resolution
1.2 Grammar – Unit 6 Adjective and Compositions.
1.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit 10
(Project English, Vocabulary Development – The Office.
1.4 Writing – Reported Speech page 97, questions, Statement and
Command.
1.5 Literature in English – Introduction to Prose, features of prose
2.1 Speech Work – Dipthongs Continued
2.2 Grammar – Tenses – present, past future
2.3 Reading/Comprehension and summary – Unit 10
2.4 Writing – Argumentative essay
2.5 Introduction to Drama and Features
3.1 Speech work – Tri thongs, produce speeches with tri thongs
3.2 Grammar – Adverbials – cause and reason, purpose, condition
3.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit II
3.4 Writing – Argumentative Essay – Civilian Government is far better
than Military Government.
3.5 Literature in English – Elements of Drama
4.1 Speech Work/Listening and Speaking
Consonant - /h/; /w/ and /j/
4.2 Grammar – Punctuation marks 9Full Stop)
4.3 Reading and comprehension Unit 12
Vocabulary Development-The Postal Service
4.4 Writing – Formal Letter – (To the School Principal)
4.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on drama
5.1 Speech Work – Consonant /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/ e.g. pot, boy, tape, dog
5.2 Grammar – Punctuation Mark (The Comma)
5.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit 13
5.4 Writing – Narrative Essay – My Last Birthday
5.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on drama
6.1 Speech Work – Consonant Sounds /k/ and /g/
6.2 Grammar – Adverbials page 114-115 Project English
6.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit 14
6.4 Writing – Mining – using the alternatives provided on page 139
6.5 Literature in English (use recommended text)
7.1 Speech Work/Listening and Speaking – Contrasting Consonant
/f/ and /v/, /s/ and /z/ e.g. fan, van 80-200
7.2 Grammar – Direct Speech
7.3 Reading and Comprehension – Unit 15
7.4 Writing – Oral Expository essay – The Campaign
7.5 Literature in English – use recommended text
8.1 Speech Work – Intonation pattern – Are you in my class?
8.2 Grammar – Adverbials revision
8.3 Reading and Comprehension – Unit 16
8.4 Writing – Note making page 124
Conducting interviews pages 120-122
8.5 Literature in English – Use recommended text
9.1 Speech Work/Listening and Speaking – The Rising Tune in Yes/No
Question page 165.
9.2 Grammar – Indirect/Direct Speech
9.3 Reading and Comprehension Unit 17
9.4 Writing – Write out the story in the picture in page 170
9.5 Literature in English – Use recommended text
10. Revision
11. Examination


J.S.S 2 (Third Term) Scheme of Work
WEEKS TOPICS
1.1 Speech work – Revision of second terms work and examination
question, present tense
2.1 Grammar – The use of Conjunctions:- Although and whereas as
contrasts
2.2 Comprehension/Vocabulary Development – Nigeria oil Industry –
pages 173-176
2.3 Writing – Argumentative Essay on Nigeria oil: a blessing or curse?
2.4 Speech work/s/ and /z/ sounds e.g sue zoo etc
2.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on Drama
3.1 Grammar – using despite and in spite of
3.2 Vocabulary Development on mass media. The radio
3.3 Writing – dialogues page 171 and the poetry on
"Pride goes before a fall"
3.4 Speech Work – Contrast / (-) / and /t/
e.g. Thin, thanks, tanks, both, boot etc.
3.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on drama
4.1 Grammar – Synonyms
4.2 Vocabulary Development Law Page 168-169
4.3 Writing – "The Responsibilities of Government" as an essay
4.4 Speech Work – The sounds /o/ and / / as vowel sound
4.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on drama
5.1 Grammar – The use of Cousative Verbs
5.2 Speech Work – The sounds / / and /u:/
5.3 Vocabulary Development on Nigerian's armed forces
5.4 Writing and Comprehension Unit 9
5.5 Literature in English – Recommended text on drama
6.1 Comprehension/Vocabulary Development (natural resource/mining)
6.2 Grammar – and English structure – adverb of place e.g. by the gate,
in the school etc.
6.3 Writing – Formal letter contd.
6.4 Speech work – stress revision
6.5 Literature in English – recommended text on drama
7.1 Comprehension/Vocabulary Development Unit 20 –
"The wages of sin are death".
7.2 English Structure and grammar on the use of even though and at least
7.3 Writing – A journey I once made
7.4 Speech work – consonant sounds
7.5 Literature in English – poetry
8.1 Grammar – intensifiers
8.2 Speech Work on long /j:/ and short /i/
8.3 Writing – Recording a meeting and its format page 107 Junior English
Project book 2
8.4 Literature in English – poetry selection – themes and poetic devices.
9.1 Grammar Antonyms
9.2 Speech work on the Consonants /p/ and /b/ sounds
9.3 Writing – Exercise on page 129
9.4 Literature in English – Poetry
10. Revision (generally)
11. Examination





MATHEMATICS
JSS1 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Whole numbers
- Counting and writing in millions, billions and trillions
2. Whole numbers
- Problems solving in quantitative aptitude reasoning using large numbers.
3. Fractions
- Types (proper and improper fractions)
4. Fractions
- Equivalent fractions, concepts of Equivalent fractions in sharing commodities, problems solving in quantitative aptitude.
5. Fractions
- Ordering of fractions, conversion of fractions to percentages and vice-versa, conversion of fractions to decimals and vice-versa.
6. Fractions
- Addition and subtraction
7. Fractions
- Multiplication and division
8. Prime numbers and factors
9. Least common multiple and Highest common factor of whole
numbers
10. LCM and HCF
- Problems solving on quantitative aptitude reasoning involving LCM and HCF, the difference between LCM and HCF
11. Estimation
- Estimation of dimensions and distances, on capacity and mass of given objects, problems solving on quantitative reasoning in estimation.
12. Revision and Evaluation
13. Revision and Evaluation



MATHEMATICS
JSS 1 (Second Term) Scheme of Work.
Weeks Topics
1. Revision of last term's work.
2. Approximation
- Degree of accuracy, rounding up of numbers
3. Approximation
- Problems solving on quantitative reasoning and approximating things in everyday activities.
4. Base Numbers
- Counting in base 2, Addition and subtraction of numbers in base 2
5. Base Numbers
- Multiplication of numbers in base 2, problems solving on quantitative aptitude related to conversion and applications.
6. Basic Operations
- Addition and subtraction of numbers with emphasis on place value, use of number line.
7. Basic Operations
- Addition and subtraction of positive and negative integers om the number line, solving problems on quantitative reasoning in basic operations.
8. Algebraic Processes
- Use of symbols, solving open sentences with two arithmetic operations.
- Word problems involving use of symbols.
9. Algebraic Processes
- Identification of coefficient of terms
- Basic arithmetic operations applied to expressions of similar terms.
- Collection and simplification of like terms
- Use of brackets.
10. Solving quantitative aptitude problems on the use of symbols and the
use of brackets.
11. Simple Equations
- Solution of simple equations
12. Revision
13. Examination/collection of assessments.


MATHEMATICS
JSS 1 (Third Term) Scheme of Work
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work
2. Geometry
- Plane shapes (types and perimeter)
3. Geometry
- Area of regular and irregular shapes.
4. Three dimensional figures
- Properties of cube, cuboids, pyramid, cone, cylinders, spheres.
5. Properties of solid shapes.
- Volume of cube and cuboids.
6. Identification and properties of angle a
(Vertically opposite, adjacent, alternate, corresponding angles)
7. The sum of angles on a straight line and in a triangle.
8. Construction of Parallel lines, perpendicular lines, measurement
of angles.
9. Statistics
- purposes and usefulness of statistics for analysis, data collection.
10. Data presentation – Averages, mean, median, mode of a given set
of data.

11. Revision
12. Examination.
13. Examination and collection of assessment.



MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 FIRST TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Review of JSS one examination questions and relevant topics for the
new class (Basic operation of integers)
2. Whole numbers and decimal numbers
(a) Whole numbers I standard forms
(b) Decimal numbers in standard form
(c) Factors, multiples and prime number
3. Common multiples, common factors, LCM & HCF. Perfect squares
and quantitative reasoning.
4. Fractions and Transactions in the home. Types of fractions and
expression of fractions as ratios, decimals and Percentages.

5. (a) Household arithmetic and commercial arithmetic relating to
profit, interest, discount and commission.
(b) Problems involving students in practical activities such as NEPA
bills and rate of consumption of power, water rates, school
expenses and fees, school and students stationaries. and furniture
requirements.
6. (a) Approximation of numbers. Rounding off to Decimal Places,
significant figures, whole number, nearest, tens, hundreds,
thousands, tenths, hundredth, thousandth.
(b) Squares and square roots of numbers by Use of Approximate
tables.

7. Multiplication and division of directed and non directed numbers
(a) Definition and examples of directed and non directed numbers
(b) Multiplication and division of directed and non directed numbers.
8. Algebraic expressions
(a) Definition of algebraic expressions wit examples
(b) Expansion of algebraic expressions
(c) Factorization of simple algebraic expression
9. Algebraic fractions
(a) Definition of algebraic fractions
(b) Algebraic fractions with whole number denominator (Addition and Subtraction) a/2 =+b/2 =(a+b)/2; a/2 + b/3 = (3a +2b)/6
(c) Algebraic fractions with monomial denominators (Addition and Subtraction) 2/a + 1/a = 3/a; 2/a + 1/b = (2b+a)/ab
10. Simple algebraic equations
(a) Define algebraic equation
(b) Differentiate between algebraic expressions and equations
Examples of algebraic equations such as 3n-4 = 2n+1,
(2y+4)/7 = 2
(c) Solutions to algebraic equation
11. First term examination and review of First term lessons
12. First term examination in progress
13. Examination continued/ Vacation




MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 (SECOND TERM)
WEEKS CONTENTS
1. Review of first term's work. Emphasis on expanding and
factorizing expressions, solving of quadratic equations, and
transactions in the homes, and offices.
2. Word problems on algebraic fractions (a) interpretation and
finding solutions to word problems in simple equations.
(b)Word problems involving algebraic fractions.
(c) solutions to word problems involving algebraic fractions.
3. Linear Inequalities.
(a) Definition of inequalities with natural and real life practical
examples.
(b)Word problems leading to simple linear inequalities in one
variable e.g. if n=2 put (<or>) in the box n+2nn+9;
3n+1015 – n; 5n-27+n solution to problems in linear
inequalities.
4 . (a) linear inequalities in one variable continued. Graphical
presentations of solutions of inequalities in one variable e.g.

(b). Graphs of Cartesian plane: The axis and plotting of points.
5 . (a) More work on plotting and joining points to form plane
shapes on the Cartesian planes.
(b). Graphs of linear equations in two variables.
6. (a) Linear graphs in two variables plot linear graphs from real
life situation.
(b). Solve quantitative reasoning problems on graphs.
7. Plane figures or shapes. Identification of plane shapes with their
properties.
(a) Revision on properties of square, rectangles, parallelogram, rhombus and kite.
(b) Identification of plane shapes within our immediate environment.
8. Scale drawing of lengths and distances.
(a) Meaning of scale drawing and why we draw to scale.
(b) practical measures of lengths and distance in a meter and
representation on the exercise book by scale.
9. Quantitative aptitude problems
(a) Review of the concept of quantitative aptitude. What is it?
Why quantitative aptitude?
(b). problems involving quantitative reasoning.
10. Revision of second term work
11. Revision of first term work / exam
12. Examination
13. Examination / Vacation


MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 (THIRD TERM)
WEEKS CONTENT
1. (a) Revision of second term examination questions and
emphasis on plotting of points and linear graphs I
Cartesian plane.
2. (a) Distance – Time graph
(b). Velocity – Time graph
(c) Item – Price graph
(d) Re-presentation of real life situations on graphs and the
Reason
3. Angles and polygons;
(a) Definitions of angles and revision of types of angles.
(b) Definition of polygons and types of polygons (convex polygon)
(c) Practical discovery of the generalization interior angles of n-sided convex polygon = 2n-4 right angles
(d) Exercises on the interior angles of complex polygons.
4. Angles of elevation and depression
(a) Definition of elevation and angle of elevation with practical illustration.
(b) Problem solving by measurement (not calculation) of angles of elevation.
(c) Definition of depression and angle of depression with practical examples.
5. Data Statistics presentation
(a) Practical collection of data through experimentation and field work.
(b) Presentation of data in (i) ordered form (ii) frequency table
(c) Plotting of pie chart
(d) Reading information from pie chart
6. Statistics Continued
(a) More work o data collection from the immediate environment.
(b) More work on tabulation and presentation of data
(c) More work on drawing of pie chart and reading information from pie chart.
(d) Usefulness of data for statistical purpose.
7. Probability
(a) Concept and meaning of probability (chance/event)
(b) Importance and usefulness of probability.
(c) Examples of chance events.
(d) Playing game of ludo and tossing of coins as practical demonstration of chance events.
8. Probability continues
(a) Simple problem solving in probability.
(b) Calculating probability from experimentation.
(c) Analysis of statistical data with the use of probability (mortality rate etc.).
9. Revision of third term main topics (statistics, probability and
angle of elevation).
10. Revision of first and second terms lesson
11. Questions and answers/examination
12. Examination.


MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 FIRST TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term work
2. Number bases conversion from and to denary.
3. Binary numbers
4. Calculating mean, median and mode
5. Bar chart, histogram and pie chart.
6. Solving inequalities
7. Factorization by quadratic expression.
8. Solving equation expression
9. Solving word problems involving fractions.
10. Change of subject of formulae.
11. Revision.
12. Test



MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 SECOND TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term work.
2. Solving simultaneous equations by substitution and elimination
methods.
3. Solving simultaneous equations by graphical methods.
4. Introduction to probability.
5. Introduction to simple application of probability.
6. Direct and inverse variation.
7. Joint and partial variation.
8. Trigonometric ratios.
9. Angles of elevation and depression.
10. Bearing and scale drawings.
11. Revision.
12. Examination.
13. Examination.

MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 THIRD TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Area of triangles (using different formulae).
2. Areas of parallelogram and trapezium.
3. Area and circumference of circles.
4. Construction of special angles.
5. Construction of triangles and quadrilaterals.
6. Revision.
7. Mock Examination
8. Mock Examination
9. JSSCE
10. JSSCE
11. JSSCE




BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 1 FIRST TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Orientation
- Learning about science
- Meaning and definition of science.
- Branches of science; science related occupations
- Reasons why we study science
2. Scientific Methods
- Observation, experimentation, recording etc.
- Some skills a beginner should develop (students to use concrete objects to develop their skills in observation, guesses and sorting things out) etc.
3. Family Health (Cleanliness)
- Personal cleanliness
- Meaning Methods
- Advantages/disadvantages
4. Family Health (Nutrition)
- Food and adequate diet;
- Type/composition
- Adequate diet
5. Environmental conservation and safety (Maintaining Balance)
- Source of earth energy
- Water cycle
6. Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles
- Conservation of energy, water and wild life
7. Environmental Conservation and Safety (Sanitation)
- Types of human activities e.g. farming, sewage/refuse disposal, construction, transportation, industrialization etc.
8. Biodegradable and non-biodegradable materials.
- The compost
- Benefits of environmental sanitation.
9. Disease vectors
- Types of disease vectors.
- Life cycle of the mosquito and other vectors.
10. Control measures: water drainage, insecticides, oil
spreading/spraying
- Transmission of malaria, river blindness and sleeping sickness.
11. Prevention: Clean water
- Water borne disease; cholera, diarrhea, typhoid.
- Sources of clean water and spring water.
- Water treatment processes.
- Immunization against human diseases.
12. Revision and Assessment.



BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 1 SECOND TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Drug Abuse/Addiction/Misuse
- Meaning of drugs
- Uses and side effects of drugs.
2. Sources of drugs
- Drugs/Substance abuse
3. Prevention of STIs, HIV/AIDS
- Definition of STIs, HIV/AIDS
- Preventive measure
- Safe age for production
- Abstinence
- Responsible sexual behavior
- Avoid use of unscreened blood, injection needles and clippers.
4. The Earth in Space
- The solar system
- Rotation and revolution of the Earth and moon.
5. Description of Eclipse, Climate and Seasons.
6. Matter
- Meaning of Matter
- Identification of matter
7. Classification of matter
- States of Matter
8. Plants and Animals
- Examples
- Characteristics
- Uses/importance
- Food
- Medicine
- Shelter
- Economic importance
9. Characteristics of Living Things
- Difference between plants and animals.
10. Activities of Living Things
- Types e.g. movement, feeding, reproduction etc.
- Associated organs: Purpose/Imporatance of the Activities.
11. Revision
12. Examination.







BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 1 THIRD TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Non-Living Things
- Examples of non-living things
- Classification of; Metals, Non-metals
- Properties, uses and importance of Non-living matter.
2. Gravitation and Weightlessness
- Meaning of gravitation
- Weightlessness
- Effects of gravitation on objects.
3. Space Travel
- Meaning of space travel.
- Purpose of space travel.
4. Benefits and Dangers of Space travels.
5. Satellite
- Meaning of Satellite
- Uses
- Communication
- Photography
- Mapping, etc.
- Geographical Information System (GIS)
6. Energy
- Meaning of energy.
- Sources of energy.
- Forms of energy.
7. Transfer of Energy
- Uses of energy.
8. Renewable and Non-renewable Energy
- Meaning
- Examples
- Use and misuse
9. Energy and society.
10. Forces.
- Concept of force.
- Types of forces
- Contact and non-contact forces, magnetic and gravitational forces.
11. Calculation of Gravitational Forces
- Balanced and unbalanced forces.
- Friction: uses, advantages and disadvantages.
12. Revision
13. Examination



BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 FIRST TERM
WEEK TOPIC
1. Revision
2. The Skeletal System and Movement (human)
- Main bones of the skeletal system e.g. skull, humerus
- Major functions of the skeletal system, movement, protection, support etc.
- Importance of movement to human beings.
- Posture – meaning and definition.
3. The muscular system (human)
- Muscles and joint: muscles, joints and movement.
- Body movement as machine.
4. The digestive system (human)
- Parts of the digestive system from mouth to anus.
- Digestion at various points – mouth, stomach, intestine.
- Enzymes as catalysts that aid digestion (digestive juice)
- End products of digestion
- Absorption and storage of food.
- Simple food tests, excretion and digestion differentiated.
5. The respiratory system (human)
- Meaning and definition of respiration
- Respiration as a release of energy.
- Mechanism of respiration and parts involved.
- Breathing and effects of outside pressure.
- Respiratory terms: inspiration, expiration inhaled air and exhaled air, ventilation, suffocation etc.
- Breathing problems asthma, hay fever, SARS, (severe acute respiratory syndrome) silicosis.
6. The Circulatory System (human)
- Components of blood and their functions (Red blood cell, white blood cell, platelets and plasma – blood groups)
- Blood vessels (arteries, veins, and capillaries)
- The heart (structure and function)
- Blood defects and diseases (e.g. leukemia, sickle cell anaemia etc.)
- Importance of blood tests & blood groupings e.g. HIV/AIDS cell anemia
7. The Excretory System (human)
- Meaning and definition of excretion
- Excretory organs and their functions e.g. kidney, skin and lungs.
- The process of excretion.
- Waste materials of excretion e.g. carbon (iv) oxide, sweat and urine.
- Need for excretion.
8. Human Growth and Development (1)
- Meaning and definition of growth and development.
- Changes in height, weight & size, infancy to adulthood.
- Factors affecting growth and development (e.g. food, love and care, health care, heredity, exercise and rest)
- Things that affect growth – disease and glands.
9. Human Growth and Development (2)
- Handling pubertal changes in boys and girls e.g. cleanliness during puberty.
- Emotional development e.g. fear of isolation, stigmatization and peer pressure.
10. Living things
- Habitat definition.
- Examples of habitat (aquatic & terrestrial) land, water and air.
- Adaptations of living things to their habitat.
11. Change –in-matters. Types (Temporary & Permanent)
- Characteristics of temporary and permanent changes with examples.
- Cause of changes in matter – heat, chemical reaction etc.
12. Revision and Examination






BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 SECOND TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Review of first term work
2. Physical appearance
- Physical features, size, shape, height, race, ethnicity, colour of skin, eyes and hair
- Body images and selt esteem.
- Uniqueness of man e.g. reasoning, problem solving, intelligence skill, inquisitiveness, observation, measurement, inference.
- Meeting the challenges of perceived healthy and inadequacies.
- Media conception of beauty.
3. Elements, compounds and mixtures
- Definitions and examples
- Method of separation of mixtures.
- Extraction of salt from sea water
- Crude oil and petrochemical
- Meaning of crude oil & petrochemical
- Refining and use of crude oil and petrochemical.
4. Hydrogen and rusting
- Preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen.
- Water as a product of hydrogen & oxygen.
- Rusting in nature
- Conditions necessary for rusting
- Prevention of rusting
- Rusting compared with burning and respiration.
5. Work, Energy and Power
- Meaning and definition of energy, work and power.
- Concepts of work, energy and power
- Sun as a primary source of energy
- Forms of energy (e.g. heat, light, kinetic & potential & thermal energy)
- Pinhole camera, rays of light incident, reflected
- Colour prism and production, splitting light
6. Calculations involving Workdone / Time
- Energy transfer when work is done. Uses of energy in the home
- For working and operating appliances, seeing, walking, playing, working, cooking etc.
7. Energy Sources
- Natural sources, manufactured sources e.g. batteries
- Petroleum products e.g. kerosene
8. Family Life Education (i)
- Communication techniques
- Importance of honest communications about pubertal concerns to responsible parents.
9. Family Life Education (ii)
- Life span continuum
- Factors that influence individual sense of self worth (body image)
10. Information and Communication Technology
- Meaning of ICT
- Components of ICT e.g. computer, fax machine, mobile cell phone, telephone, internet
- Use of ICT
- Importance of ICT – data collection / analysis, ease of communication genetic coding etc.
- Barriers in ICT
11. Revision
12. Examination.



BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 SECOND TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work
2. Measurement
- Measurement of density, force, pressure mass and weight
- Force and effect of force
3. Simple Machines
- Definition and meaning
- Types of machines – the lever, inclined plane, pulley, screw driver thread, wedged and gears, wheels and axles.
- Efficiency of simple machines
- Maintenance of simple machines e.g. uses of grease, oil and ball bearings.
4. Food storage in the body
- Action of enzymes on food
- What happens to absorbed foods
5. Meaning and definition of immunization
- Importance of immunization and prevention against disease e.g. measles, small pox, poliomelytis, tuberculosis, whooping cough, yellow fever, cholera, malaria, typhoid etc.
- Maintaining balanced diet.
6. Wild life conservation – Man's activities
- Meaning and definition of wild life.
- Wildlife's role in a balanced environment
- Effects of limited and limited growth cycles.
- Wild lifes reserved in Nigeria.
7. Environmental pollution
- Meaning and definition of pollution
- Types of pollution – soil, air and water pollution.
- Air, soil and water pollutants and the effects.
- Control of air soil and water pollution.
8. Erosion and Flooding
- Meaning of erosion and flooding
- Causes and prevention of erosion
- Drainage patterns
- Causes and prevention of flooding
- Effects and control of erosion and flooding
9. Reproductive Health
- Genetic Counseling
- Breast feeding and its advantages
- Myths about breast feeding
- Modes of transmission of HIV
- Prevention of HIV
10. Family Health Diseases
- Definition of disease
- Types of disease
- Modes of transfer
- Disease vectors
- Disease prevention – sanitation, education, immunization, choice of life partners etc.
- Consequences of contracting diseases on family, individual and society.
11. Drug Abuse
- Methods of drug use, inhaling, injecting, smoking etc.
- Common ways of misusing drugs
- Social risk factors in drug abuse
- Broken homes, peer influence, materialistic value etc.
12 – 13 Revision and Examination.



BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 FIRST TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Review of last term's work
2. The nervous system.
- The CNS (central nervous system) as centre of sensitivity
- The brain and the spinal cord.
- Simple reflex action and examples.
- The sense organs eye, ear, nose, tongue and skin and their functions.
3. Sense organs (I): Eye and Ear
- Functions and diagrams
- Care and defects
4. Sense organs (II): Nose, Tongue and Skin.
- Functions and diagrams.
- Care.
5. The endocrine system (I)
- Meaning and definition
6. The endocrine system (II)
- Examples and locations.
- Functions
7. Communication (I)
- The media – meaning and definition
- Transfer of information through information technology e.g. Television, radio, etc.
- The internet – meaning and definition.
- Relevance of communication to human development and family life education.
8. Communication (II)
- Negative and positive use of the media and internet
- Portrayals of body image by the media.
9. Communication (III)
- Process, transfer of information through information technology.
- Definition of information technology (media)
- Qualities of good media programmes.
- How and where information technology is used e.g. radio, telephone and microphone.
10. Materials required for information technology e.g. generator
control panel, circuit breaker, sub-station, transformer line
support, transmission, feeder pillar, etc.
11. Revision
12. Assessment tests.


BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 SECOND TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work.
2. Atomic Structure.
- Meaning and definition of atoms and molecules
- Simple atomic model.
- Particles that make up atom-protons, neutrons and electrons – their mass and charge.
3. Chemical symbols and formula (I)
- Meaning and definition of (a) symbols (b) formulae
- Symbols of elements e.g. Na stands for sodium, O for oxygen, C for carbon etc.
- How symbols were formulated e.g. using first letters like in calcium and Latin words like sodium.
4. Chemical symbols and formulae (II)
- Meaning and definition of formulae
- Formulae of compounds e.g. H2O stands for water, HCl for hydrochloric acid etc. (teacher to mention IUPAC nomenclature and examples)
5. Simple chemical equations.
- Balancing of chemical equations
- Law of conservation of matter.
- Reactants and products.

6. Metals and non-metals.
- Meaning and definition of (a) metals (b) non- matals.
- Characteristics of metals.
- Formulae of compounds.
- Formulae of metals and non-metals.
7. Metals and non-metals.
- Extraction of (a) iron and (b) tin from their ores.
- Steel manufacture.
- Uses of these metals.
8. Activity series.
- Activity of metals.
- Activity of non-metals.
- Action of water on metals e.g. sodium, calcium, magnesium, iron and copper.
- Action of dilute mineral acids on metals e.g zinc.
9. Acids, bases and salts.
- Definition of acids, base and salt.
- Acid in nature e.g. citric acids (orange).
- Tests for acids and bases.
- Neutralization.
- Preparation of simple salts.
10. Energy and applications.
- Conversion of energy from one form to another.
- Sound energy – mechanism of transferred sound.
- Simple cell (conductors and insulators).
- Simple electric circuit.
- Conduction, convection and radiation (good and bad conductors)
11. Kinetic theory of matter (energy).
- Simple qualitative aspects of the kinetic theory.
- Its assumption and its uses in explaining some phenomenon (boiling point, melting point and freezing point).
12 – 13 Revision and Examination.





BASIC SCIENCE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 THIRD TERM
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work.
2. Man in space
- Space travel
- Gravitational pull.
3. Our disappearing forest.
- Mature forest are almost non-existence in West Africa today due to human activities.
- Unreached deserts.
- Other fuels used for cooking.
- Maintaining our weather.
- Carbon cycle and nitrogen cycle.
4. Controlling the weather.
- Human interference with weather.
- Simple weather conditions
- Temperature, humidity and pressure.
5. Family life education
- Implication of teenage pregnancy
- Myths and facts about pregnancy.
6-13 Revision and JSCE






COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 1 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Technology of Different Information Ages.
- Definition and history of computer.
- Early counting methods-fingers, toes, pebbles, grains, etc.
2. Early Generation of Computing Instrument.
- Abacus, slide rule, Napires logarithm, (natural) Pascals calculating
- Machine, i.e. Buzzles calculating machine.
3. Generation of Computer
- 1st generation value, 2nd generation – transistor, 3rd generation Integrated circuit, 4th generation very large I/C, 5th generation artificial intelligence.
4. Categories of Computer.
- Describe micro, main frame and super computer.
- Show pictures/diagram
5. Microcomputer
- Definition.
- Parts of a micro computer e.g. monitor, key board, system unit.
6. Basic Computer Concepts.
- Define a computer, Describe a computer as input process, output (IPO), Describe parts of computer e.g. system unit, monitor (VOU), keyboard, mouse, printer, speaker.
7. System Unit.
- Functions of a computer
(i) Central processing unit.
(ii) Arithmetic and Logical Unit ALU, control unit and the main memory. Casing; unit, memory unit.
8. Computer Ethics.
- List the ways of taking good care of a computer room/laboratory
- State rules and regulations of computer laboratory, observe computer room rules and regulations
9. ICT Application in Every Day Life.
- State the uses of ICT in daily activities. Uses of ICT (i) communication (ii) timing and control (iii) information processing/management.
10. Information Transmission.
- Define information transmission, list ancient method of transmitting information. Identify modern method of transmitting information e.g. oral beating drums, fire lighting, town crying, whistling, drawing diagrams, making representation.
11. Revisions.
12. Test and Examination.



COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 1 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work.
2. Description of a computer and the monitor
- Definition, types of monitor.
- Monochrome and colour monitor
- Identify PROMPT.
- Identify CURSOR.
3. The System Unit.
- External features and functions
(a) The power button
(b) Reset button
(c) The key lock
(d) The drives
(e) The ports.
4. The Keyboard and its Sections.
- Definition of keyboard, types of keyboard; standard keyboard, enhanced keyboard.
- List keyboard sections.
5. Word Processing
- Definition, uses of word processor.
- Example of word processor
- Loading and exiting word processor.
- Creating, saving and retrieve files.
6. Data Processing
- Definition, Data processing cycle
(a) Data gathering
(b) Data collection
(c) Input stage
(d) Processing stage
(e) Storage stage
(f) Output stage
7. Stages of Data Processing.
- Describes what each stage entails.
8. Features of a Computer.
- State the features of a computer that makes it an excellent tool for data processing.
9. Importance of a Computer as a Tool for Processing Data
(i) Increased accuracy
(ii) Efficient storage facilities
(iii) Fast access to information
(iv) Handles repetitive tasks.
10. Information Evolution.
- Evolution of Information and Communication Technology (I.C.T).
(i) Invention of printing
(ii) Invention of radio and television
(iii) Invention of computer
(iv) Linking up of computers with information and communication technology (I.C.T)
- Describe what happens during each stage.
11. Revision.
12. Examination.




COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 1 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. REVISION OF LAST TERM'S WORK.
2. The Devices.
- Definition.
- Class of devices e.g. mechanical, electrical, electronic and early counting devices
- Draw examples.
3. Types of Computer.
- Digital computer
- Analogue computer
- Hybrid computer
- Show picture
4. Digital/Analogue Devices.
- Define analogue, digital and hybrid devices.
- State their uses
- Give examples.
5. Uses and Application of Computer.
- Uses of computer – schools, hospitals, government offices etc.
- Advantages of computer
- Disadvantages of computer.
6. Fundamental Computer Operation.
(i) System start up
(ii) Cold booting
(iii) Warm booting
(iv) System shut down.
7. System Unit.
- List the components of C.P.U.
- Describe the functions of the A.L.U, control unit, and main memory.
8. Historical Development of Computer.
- Mechanical counting and calculating devices.
(i) Abacus
(ii) Slide rule etc.
9. Electro-Mechanical Counting Devices.
(i) John Napier bone,
(ii) Blaire Pascal machine
(iii) Got Fried Ieibinig machine
(iv) Joseph Jacquard loom
(v) Charles Babbage analytical machine
(vi) Philip Emeagwali
10. Mastery of the Keyboard
- Correct sitting position.
- Using keyboard to type names, letter etc.
11. Revision.
12. Examination.




COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 2 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision/Classification of Computers.
(i) Generation of computers (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth)
(ii) Types of computers (Analog, Digital, Hybrid)
2. Classification of Computers.
- Sizes of computers (Super computers, Mainframe, Minicomputers, Micro computers)
- Degree of versatility (general purpose, special purpose)
3. The Computer System.
(i) The concept of the computer system.
(ii) Components of computer system
- Hard ware
- Software
- People ware
4. Hardware Components
- Input device
- Output device
- Storage device
- Arithmetic and logic unit
- Control unit
5. Software
(i) Definition of computer software
(ii) Types of computer software
(a) System software
(b) Application software
6. People Ware
(a) Computer Professionals
(b) Computer users
7. Operating System
(i) Definition of operating system
(ii) Examples of operating system
(a) DOS
(b) Windows
(c) Linux
(d) UNIX
8. Functions of Operating System
(i) Resource allocation
(ii) System monitoring
(iii) Utilities
9. Number Bases
(i) Decimal
(ii) Binary
(iii) Octal
(iv) Hexadecimal
10. Conversion of Number Bases
(i) Convert decimal to binary and vice-versa.
(ii) Convert decimal to octal and vice-versa.
(iii) Convert decimal to hexadecimal
11. Unit of Storage in Computer
(i) Bit
(ii) Nibble
(iii) Byte, kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte
(iv) Word
12. Revision.
13. Test/Examination.




COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 2 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision/Computer Programming Language
(i) Meaning of computer program.
(ii) Examples of computer program
2. Computer Programming Language
(i) Meaning of computer programming language
(ii) Examples of computer programming language (LOGO, BASICS, COBOL, FOTRAN, PASCAL, C+)
3. BASIC LANGUAGE
(i) Meaning of BASICS
(ii) BASIC character set
(iii) Key BASIC statements, Line number, Remark (REM), Assignments
(iv) Programme Terminator, END, STOP)
(v) Output Statement
(vi) Print.
4. SIMPLE BASIC STATEMENTS
(i) Examples of simple BASIC statements
(ii) Simple BASIC programme
5. Graphic Package 1
(i) Meaning of Graphic Packages
(ii) Examples of graphic packages
(a) Paint
(b) Corel-Draw
(c) Instant Artist
(d) Print Artist
(e) Photo Shops
(f) Logo Graphics etc.
6. (i) Title bar
( ii ) Tool bar
(iii) Menu bar
(iv) Printable bar
(v) Colour palette etc.
7. Graphic Packages II
(i) Paint Environment
(ii) Paint tools and their functions
(iii) Create simple object (Nig. Flag, Colour Chart)
8. I.C.T as a Transformation Tool
1. Meaning of I.C.T (Information and Communication Technology)
2. Examples of I.C.T tools
(i) Computers
(ii) Telephones
(iii) Cellular network
(iv) Satellite communication
(v) Television
(vi) Internet
9. Benefits of I.C.T
(i) Timely, better and cheaper access to knowledge and information.
(ii) Speed up transaction and processes.
(iii) Causes human beings to interact with each other world-wide.
(iv) Distance becomes irrelevant in business transactions and dealings.
(v) Innovative ways of interaction etc.
DISADVANTAGES
(i) Job losses
(ii) Threatens other areas/field of human endeavour etc.
10. I.C.T GADGETS
(i) The G.S.M (calls, creates, send, store, retrieve and read messages on GSM sets)
(ii) FAX machine (send and receive fax messages)
(iii) Differentiate between GSM, FAX and Telephone.
11. Revision.
12. Examination.



COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 2 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision/Internet 1
(i) Definitions (The largest computer network in the world)
(ii) Electronic Mail Address (E-mail Address)
(iii) World Wide Web (WWW)
2. Internet Browser
(i) Microsoft Internet Explorer
(ii) Netscope
(iii) Mozilla, Firefox
(iv) Creating e-mail address
(v) Samples of e-mail address
- musa@hotmail.com
- emeka@yahoo.com
- Kola@onebox.com
3. Benefits of Internet
(i) Information exchanges
(ii) E-Learning
(iii) E-Entertainment
(iv) Faster and Cheaper
(v) Group Discussion/Chating
B. Abuses of Internet
(i) Fraud
(ii) Pornography
( iii) Time wasting
4. Internet II
(i) Internet environment
(ii) Uses of internet. Sending of e-mail, chatting, instant message.
5-6 - Network group
- Search engine
- File sharing
7 . Computer Ethics Responsible Use of Computer and Internet
(i) Avoid liquid dropping into the system.
(ii) Using dust cover
(iii) Protection from power problems
(iv) Unplugging the system when not in use
(v) Check your e-mail regularly
(vi) Give prompt and polite response to mail.
8. Computer Ethics II.
Areas of Misuse of Computers
(i) Invasion of piracy (hacking)
(ii) Computer virus
(iii) Fraud
(iv) Stealing
(v) Pornography
(vi) Cyber war
(vii) Piracy of software
(viii) Plagiarism
9. Safety Measures I
(i) the sitting posture
(ii) using the anti glare protector
(iii) Positioning the monitor base
(iv) Maintaining a dust free environment
(v) Keep liquid an moist away from computers.
10. Safety Measures II
(i) The use of computer laboratory
(ii) Sitting arrangement in the laboratory
( iii) care and maintenance of ICT gadgets.
11 . Revision
12-13 Examionations





COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 3 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1-2. The Software
- Operational definition of software.
- Classification of software into systems and application
- Examples of system software.
3-4 Application Software
- Meaning of application software
- Describe and list examples of application software.
- Word processors, spreadsheets, database management systems.
5-6. Computer Virus.
- Origin of computer virus.
- How some common viruses work e.g. data lock, antiexe, Michael Angelo, November 17, Jerusalem Doddle.
- List computer anti-virus disk tool, McAfee, NDD, CPA.
7-8 Computer Programming Languages
- Concept of programming
- Types of computer games, advantages and disadvantages of playing.
-
- Computer games.
9-10. Computer Programming Languages
- Concept of programming.
- Programming languages and types COBOL, FORTRAN, ALGOL.
11 . Revision.
12 . Tests.



COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 3 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1-2. Number Systems
- Identifying different number systems.
- Perform addition and subtraction I binary system, denary system and hexadecimal.
3-4. Mathematical Operations on Number System.
- Multiplication and division in base 2, 8, 10, 16.
5-6. Conversion of Number Systems.
- Convert denary to octal, binary and hexadecimal.
- Convert from one number system to another.
7-8 Coding
- Introduction to coding
- Concepts of binary digits and codes.
- Explain bits, nibbles, bytes, words, double words.
- Quad words concept of K=1024 bytes, KM,MB, GB9.-10.
9-10 Logic Circuits.
- Introduction to logic
- Explain and interpret logic, gates and circuits
- Construction of truth tables for OR, AND, NOT, etc.
11 . Revisions.
12 . Examination.




COMPUTER STUDIES JSS 3 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1-2. Network System
- Introduction to LAN, WAN and INTERNET
- Data collection stages.
- Processing method.
5-6 Starting up word processing package
- One character at a time.
- One word at a time from the beginning of document to the end of document.
7-8 Revisions and Examination.









SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 1 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Meaning, Scope and Nature of Social Studies.
2. Objectives & Importance of Social Studies.
3. Physical Environment:
Meaning, Types and Features.
4. Resources in Our Environment and their Uses.
5. Environmental Problem:
Causes, Effects and Solutions.
6. Social Environment:
Meaning and Types; Primary and Group (Family) Types; Role and
Responsibilities of Members.
7. Secondary Social Group:
Types, Structure, Roles and Responsibilities of Members.
8. Conflict Within Social Group:
Causes, Effect and Steps In Conflict Resolution.
9. Influence of Man in the Environment
10. Accidents in the Home and School.
Needs for Safety.

11. Accidents in the Home and School:
Measures for Safety in the Home, School, Workplace and the
Environment.
12. Test.
13. Examination.





SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 1 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work
2. Socialization
Meaning, Significance & Processes.
3. Agents of Socialization and Effects of Socialization.
4. Culture:
Meaning, Components & Features.
5. Culture
Features of Culture
6. Cultural Similarities Among Nigerians
7. Cultural Differences Among Nigerians
8. Uniqueness of Nigerian Culture
9. Revision.
10. Test
11. Examination
12. Examination



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 1 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work
2. Social Issues and Problems
Examination; Meaning and causes
3. Social Issues and Problems;
Effects and Solution
4. Cultism.
Meaning, Causes, Effects and Solution.
5. HIV/AIDS
Meaning, Causes, Effects and Prevention.
6. Problems Associated with Contemporary Social Problems in
Nigeria:
Individual, Family, Nation.
7. Problems Associated with Contemporary Social Problems in
Nigeria:
Individual, Family, Nation.
8. Measures of Solving Contemporary Social Problems.
9. National Unity and Integration:
Meaning, Needs and Importance.
10. National Unity and Integration;
Meaning, Needs and Importance.
11. Test
12. Revision and Examination.



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 2 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of JSS 1 Work
2. Social Issues and Problems
- Meaning types of social issues and problems. Drug abuse – meaning.
- Identify the common ways drugs are abused by people.
- Consequences of drug abuse
- Ways of encouraging drug abuse.
3. Drug Trafficking
- Meaning of drug trafficking
- Reasons for trafficking drugs
- Dangers of drug trafficking
- Ways for preventing drug trafficking.
4. Poverty
- Meaning of poverty
- Causes of poverty
- Consequences of poverty
- Analyse strategies of government and suggest areas of improvement
5. Corruption
- Define Corruption
- Types of corruption
- Causes of corruption
6. Corruption
- Discuss the effects of corruption on individual, the community and the nation.
- Discuss the role of different agencies of government charged with the prevention of corruption.
- Suggest ways of improving current effort by the government at preventing corruption in our society.
7. Cultism
- Define cultism
- Causes of cultism
- Solutions to the problems of cultism in Nigeria.
8. Accidents in the School
- Types of accident in the school
- Ways of preventing accidents in the school.
- Steps to take when accidents occur in the school.
9. People and their Environment
- Social group
- Define social groups
- Types of social groups
- Characteristics of social groups
10. Group Behaviour
- Types of group behavior
- Distinguish between the different types
- Benefits of group behavior
11. Revision of the term's work
12. Examination



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 2 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work/school community
2. School community
- Meaning of school
- Description of school
- The address of their school.
3. Community
- Identify members of the community
- Duties of school community members
- Ways of encouraging members of the school community to perform their duties more effectively.
4. Culture (i)
- Religion, meaning, types of religion
- Mention the name we call God in different communities in Nigeria.
- The benefits of religion
- Similarities in the things our religion teach us
5. Culture (ii)
Marriage: Meaning, different types of marriages practiced in
Nigeria
- Purpose of marriage
- State the conditions for marriage
- Effects of lack of readiness on marriage relationship
6. Culture (iii)
- Adornments: meaning
- List adornments commonly used in the community/locality e.g. beads, chain, rings etc.
7. Culture (iv)
- Common hair styles
- List common hair styles for women in their locality.
- Identify common hairstyles for female and male.
8. Storage
- Meaning of storage
- Ways of storing things
- Things we store
- Reasons for storing things properly.
9. Health Issues (i)
Harmful substances
- Meaning of harmful substances
- Examples of harmful substances
- Ways of preventing intake of harmful substances.
10. Health Issues(ii)
- Water supply
- Sources of water
- Ways of keeping water clean
11. Revision of term's work
12&13. Examination



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 2 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work/science, technology and society.
2. Science, technology and society
- Meaning of science and technology
- Importance of science and technology
3. Science, Technology and Society
- Types of traditional science and technology
- Some traditional science and technology influenced by modernization
- Influence of science and technology (modern and traditional) on societal development
4. Science, Technology and Society (iii)
Home Appliances
- Meaning of appliances
- Appliances in the home and their uses
5. Science, Technology and Society (iv)
Dangers and the wrong use of appliances
- Danger e.g. injury or death to the users, breakdown of the appliance, fire outbreak etc.
- Correct ways of using electrical appliances
6. National Economy 1
Savings and ways of saving
- Reasons for saving
- Ways of saving in the past
- Modern ways of saving
7. National Economy (ii)
- Keeping money in the bank
- Advantages of keeping money in the bank
- Problems and solution of saving money in the bank
8. National Economy (iii)
Resources
- Meaning of resources
- Uses of raw material resources
9. National Economy (iv)
Transportation
- Meaning of transportation
- Olden days means of transportation
- Modern means of transportation
- Advantages of modern means of transportation
10. National Economy (v)
- Problems of modern means of transportation
- Suggest ways of solving these problems
11. National Economy (vi)
Communication
- Meaning of communication
- Means of communication in traditional and modern times
- Roles of communication in National Economy.
12. Revision of the Term's Work
13&14 Examination



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 3 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of JSS 2 Work
2. Introduction to the Origin of Man.
- Myths and Legends, Religious Beliefs, Scientific Version
3. The Uniqueness and Universality of Man in the Animal
Kingdom.
4. Races and Racism.
5. Decision Making
- Meaning of decision making.
- Situations that require decision making.
- Importance of decision making.
- Factors that influence decision making.
6. Human Emotion (love)
- Meaning and types
- Qualities of love
- Behaviours that enhance loving relationship.
7. Social Environment.
- Meaning of social environment.
- Community meaning and types.
- Inter-community relationship.
8. Social Stratification
- Meaning of social stratification.
- Factors for social stratification.
9. Goal Setting.
- Meaning
- Types of goal and characteristics.
- Importance
- Effects of achieving set goals and obstacles.
10. Revision.
11-12. Assessment Test.


SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 3 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work
2. Institutions
- Legal and political institutions.
- Definition, Agencies and Functions.
3. Institutions
- Traditional and Economic Institutions.
- Meaning, Agencies and Functions.
4. Socialization.
- Definition of socialization
- Processes of socialization
- Agencies of socialization
5. Self Esteem.
- Meaning of self esteem.
- Types and factors that influence self-esteem.
- How to improve self-esteem.
6. Lack of cooperation and its effects.
- Social instabilities.
- Meaning factors and their effects.
7. Diversity and description. – basis for diversity.
- Examples of diversity.
- Consequences of diversity.
8. National Economic Life.
- Agriculture, meaning and types.
- Problems facing agriculture in Nigeria.
- Importance.
9. Mineral and energy resources
- Definition, types, uses
- Importance.
10. Manufacturing, imports and exports.
- Meaning and types.
11. Human resources.
- Population and population census.
12-13. Revision and Examination.



SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 3 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of last term's work.
2. The world and its people.
- Continents and countries of the world.
3. Minor races and their characteristics
4. Media expression.
- Types of media expression.
- Media portrayal of gender
- Influence of the mass media on value and attitude.
5. International Economic Cooperation.
- FESTAC meaning and message.
6. Revision.
7- 13. JSCE Examination.






BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 1 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision.
2. Introduction to Business Studies
(i) Meaning and scope of business studies.
(ii) Elements of integrated business studies e.g. Accounts, Commerce, Office Practice, Shorthand, Typewriting.
3. The Office
(i) The meaning of an office
(ii) Types of office
- Small office
- Large office
(iii) Functions of an office.
4. The departments in an office/organization and heir functions
- Various departments in an organization.
- Purchasing department.
- Account department
- Sales department
- Personnel department
- Research and planning department
- Transport department.
5. Introduction to office equipment. Their functions and uses.
Types of office equipment, e.g.
- Cabinets, typewriter
- Telephone
- Stapler
- Duplicating machine
6. Clerical staff
- The definition
- Personal Qualities.
- Job Qualities.
7. Occupation
- Meaning
- Classification of occupation e.g. Extractive, Constructive and Manufacturing Industry.
8. Trade
- Meaning
- Types of trade
9. Aids to trade and their functions
- Banking
- Insurance
- Communication
- Advertising
10. Direct and indirect services
11. Revision
12. Examination
13. Examination




BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 1 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work.
2. Production
- Meaning of production
- Factors of production e.g.
(i) Land
(ii) Labour
(iii) Capital
(iv) Entrepreneur
3. Relationship between Producer and Consumer, and Channels
of Distribution.
- Channels of distribution e.g.
(i) Manufacturer or producer
(ii) Wholesaler
(iii) Retailer
(iv) Consumer.
4. Mail Handling
- Definition of mail
- Incoming and outgoing mail.
- Mail procedures and
- Dispatch book.
5. Mailroom Equipment
- Definition and types of mail room equipment
- Mail opening machine
- Shredding machine
- Scale
- Mail bag etc.
6. Sole Trade
Meanings and features
- Sources of fund
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
7. Partnership
- Meaning
- Features
- Sources of capital fund
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
8. Public Corporation
- Meaning of public Corporation e.g. N.E.P.A, N.T.A, N.I.C.O.N., N.P.A, N.I.T.E.L
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
9. Co-operative Society
- Meaning
- Types of co-operative society
- Sources of capital
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
10. Introduction to book keeping
- Meaning
- Source document e.g. invoice, receipts, cheques, etc.
11. Revision
12. Examination
13. Examination





BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 1 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term's Work
2. Preparation of day books
- Sales day book
- Return Inward day Book
- Return Outward day Book
3. Limited Liability Companies
- Public Limited Liabilities
- Company/features
- Sources of fund or Capital
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
4. Private Limited Liability Company
- Features
- Source of capital
- Advantages
- Disadvantages
5. Introduction to typewriting
- Meaning
- Essential parts of the typewriter and their uses
6. Guides to Typewriting
- Correct sitting position
- Care of the typewriter
7. Introduction to Shorthand
- Definition
- History of shorthand
- Importance of shorthand
8. Consonants
- Definition of consonants
- Meaning of vowels
- Introduction to the 1st 6 consonants
9. Consonants
Introduction to the 2nd 8 consonants
10. Vowel Introduction to the 1st Place
Vowel Introduction to the 2nd place vowel
Introduction to the 3rd place
11. Revision
12. Examination
BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 2 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK

WEEKS TOPICS

1. Revision of JSS 1 Work
2. Reception Office
- Meaning of reception office
- Description of reception office
Receptionist:-
- Meaning
- Importance
- Qualities
3. Duties of Receptionist :-
- How to receive and treat visitors
- How to make and receive phone calls
- Appropriate dress code:
4. Right Attitude to Work
Punctuality and regularity
Meaning
Attribute
- Commitment
- Promptness
- Consistency
Devotion to duty
Meaning
Effects of devotion to duty
5. Documents handled by a receptionist
Meaning
Examples:-
- Visitors' book
- Request form
- Telephone message pad
- Business card etc.
6. 1st unified test (all subjects)
7. Correspondence records
- Meaning
- Uses
- Types
Business letter
Official letter
Memorandum
8. Handling of Mail
Procedure for handling incoming and outgoing mail by post or by
hand keeping correspondence and records.
9. Office Documents
- Meaning
- Uses
- Types:-
Sales document
- Price lists
- Quotation
- Invoice
Delivery note
Purchase document
- Enquiring to suppliers
- Quotation
- Order
10. Trade
- Meaning
- Importance
- Forms of trade
- Home trade
- Foreign trade
11. 2nd unified test (all subjects)
12. Revision
13. Examination



BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 2 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK

WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of 1st Term's Work/The roles of custom and excise in
foreign Trade.
2. Aids to Trade:-
- Banking
- Insurance
- Advertising
- Communication
- Transport
- Tourism
- Warehousing
- Commerce
3. Market
- Definition
- Characteristics
- Types
- Capital market
- Money market
- Commodity market
- Institution and instrument of trade in each of the market.
- Career opportunity in the capital market.
4. Buying and selling
- By cash or credit
- Buying
Methods of buying e.g. auction, inspection, grading and description
5. Calculation of turnover and net profit
- Cost of sale
- Markup
- Turnover
- Profit and loss
6. 1st Unified Test (all subjects)
7. Distribution
- Meaning
- Channels of distribution:-
- Producer/Manufacturer
- Wholesaler
- Retailer
- Consumer
8. Functions of each of the channels of distribution
9. Bank services
Commercial bank
- Meaning
- Services rendered:-
Loans, savings, overdraft, safekeeping of valuable goods
- Ethical issues in banking
10. Insurance
- Definition
- Services rendered by insurance
- Types of policies
- Vehicle
- Fire
- Burglary
- Marine
- Life insurance etc.
11. 2nd Unified Test (all subjects)
12. Revision
13. Examination



BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 2 (THIRD TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of 2nd Term's Work/ The benefits of Insurance
2. Ledger Entries
- Meaning of a ledger
- Items of the ledger
Date, particulars, folio, amount
- How to record cash received and payments:-
- Discount received
- Discount allowed
- Contra entries
3. Petty Cash Book
- Meaning
- Preparation of petty cash book
- Imprest system:
- Cash flow/imprest
- Refinement
- Reimbursement
4. Cash book
Meaning of cash book
Types:-
- Single column cash book
- Double column cash book
- Single column cash book
- Format and preparation of a single column cash book
5. Double Column Cash Book
- Format and preparation of double column cash book
6. 1st unified test (all subjects)
7. Pitman Shorthand
Vowel placement – 1st, 2nd and 3rd placement
Types of vowel (eeou)
Word drills
8. Pitman Shorthand
3rd group of consonants- K, G,N, M, NG, L,W,Y
Vowels – 1st place vowels – ah, oo, aw
3rd place vowels – e i oo oo
Word drills
9. Pitman Shorthand
Consonant R and H
Forms of R and H i.e. upward R and H
Downward R and H
Dipthongs and Trphtongs
- Definition
- Outlines and sings
- Word drill and dictation of passages
- Speed development and accuracy skills
10. Techniques Development in Keyboarding
- Tabulation key – description and uses
- Linespace regulator:- description and uses
- Carriage return lever – description and uses
11. Methods of Paragraphing
- Blocked
- Indented
- Hanging
Demonstration of the use of the different methods of paragraphing.
12. 2nd unified test (all subjects)
13. Revision and Examination




BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 3 (FIRST TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision
2. Preparation and acceptance of bill and invoice
- Procedure for making payment – by means of cash, cheque, bank draft.
- Preparation and issue of receipt.
3. Preparation and Issues of Receipt.
- The role of wages office, preparation of vouchers, payroll, pay advice, pay slip.
- Various methods of calculating wages, stock records, use of requisition and importance of stock taking.
4. Advertisement.
- Definition, meaning, importance
- Role of advertising and various forms of advertising.
5. Transportation.
- Definition, meaning, importance.
- Means of transportation in Nigeria.
- Advantages and disadvantages of transportation.
6. Communication.
- Meaning, importance, definitions, types.
- Post office as a means of communication.
- Postal and telegraphic services.
(a) Ordinary letter posting services.
(b) Express letters, postage by air.
(c) Parcels – registration of letters
(d) Telephone services – international, trunk, local calls.
7. Preparation of Petty Cash Book.
- Periodic transfer of petty cash balance to ledger.
- Imprest a/c cash float, balance and restoration of imprest.
8. Double entry book-keeping.
- Definition, meaning of double entry
- Recording transaction in the ledger and balancing the ledger.
9. The trial balance, definition, ruling, preparation and balancing.
10. Trading a/c
- Definition and explanation on sales, cost of goods sold, gross profit.
- Profit and loss a/c – definition, posting of overhead expenses and discount received.
- Determination of net profit.

BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 3 ( TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS





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