1.WHOLE NUMBERS COUNTING AND WRITING: i) Millions (ii) Billions (iii) Trillions

2.LCM of whole numbers

3.HCF of Whole  numbers

3. Fraction

 

 

 

 

Second Term

 

ESTIMATION:

– Concept of estimation and reasons.

– Estimation of dimensions and distance.

– Estimation of capacity volumes and mass of objects

– Estimation of other things e.g. age, time, etc.

-Quantitative reasoning involving estimation.

 

 

 

Second Term

 

  1. Approximation:
  • Degree of accuracy of numbers and how to determine it
  • Rounding up of numbers, significant figures, decimal places, nearest whole numbers, tens, hundreds and thousand
  • Rounding up of numbers to nearest tenth, hundredth and thousandth
  1. Approximation continued:
  • Approximating values of addition, subtraction. Multiplication and division
  • Exercise on degree of accuracy round up numbers
  • Problems solving on quantitative reasoning
  1. Number base:
  • Counting in base two
  • Conversion of base 10 numerals to binary numbers
  • Addition and subtraction of two or three – 3 digits binary numbers
  1. Number base (Continued)
  • Multiplication of two 2-digit binary numbers
  • Problems solving on quantitative aptitude related to conversion and application to real life situation
  1. Basic operations:
  • Addition and subtraction of numbers. Emphasis on place values using spike or abacus
  • Addition and subtraction of numbers. Emphasis on the use of number line
  1. Review of first term half term’s work and periodic tests
  2. Basic operations (Continued)
  • Addition and subtraction of positive and negative integers using number line and collection of terms
  • Everyday application of positive and negative integers
  • Solving problems on quantitative reasoning in basic operations
  1. Algebraic process:
  2. Use of symbols”
  • Open sentences and authentic operations
  • Word problems involving use of symbols
  1. Identification of coefficient of terms, basic authentic operations applied to algebraic expressions
  2. Collection and simplification of like terms and the use of brackets
  • Algebraic processes (Continued)
  1. Problems solving on basic arithmetic operations in algebraic processes
  2. Solving quantitative aptitude problems on the use of symbols and brackets
  • Revision of the second term’s work and preparation for examination

 

 

 

Third Term

 

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Scheme of Work JSS1- Mathematics 3rd term

MATHEMATICS

 

 

JSS 1 THIRD TERM SCHEME OF WORK

ACTIVITIES
WKS TOPIC PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHERS STUDENTS TEACHER& LEARNING RESOURCES EVALUATION GUIDE
1. Reviewing of last term work, resumption test and copying of scheme of work of the term/ students
2. Plane shapes:1.      Similarities and differences between the following square, rectangle, triangle, trapezium, parallelogram and circle

2.      Perimeter of regular polygon. Square, rectangle, triangle, trapezium, parallelogram and circle

1.      Guides students to identify the similarities and differences between the following: square, rectangle, triangle, trapezium, parallelogram and circle2.      Guide students to determine the perimeter of each shape by

–          Practical method

–          Formula

1.      Identify the similarities and differences between the following: square, rectangle, triangle, trapezium,Parallelogram and circle

2.      Determine the perimeter of each shape

–          Practical method

–          Formula

 

Shapes of regular polygon square, rectangle, triangle, trapezium, parallelogram and circle 

Graph paper

Students to:1.      Find the perimeter of a given plane shape
3. Plane shapes such as: Squares, rectangles, parallelograms etc. 1.      Guides students to find the area of the regular plane shapesa.       Using graph paper

b.      By formula and compare their answers

c.       Relates findings area to real life situation

1.      Find the area of the regular plane shapes-          Using graph paper

–          By formula and compare  their answers

–          Relates findings area to real life situation

Shapes of regular polygon, square, rectangle triangle, trapezium, parallelogram and circle graph paper 1.      Find the area of given regular shapes2.      Find the area of irregular shapes

3.      Relate finding area to three real life situations

4. Three dimensional figure:i.  Basic properties of cubes and cuboids

ii.Basic properties of pyramids and cone

iii.                  Basic properties of cylinders and shapes

iv.                  Volume of cubes and cuboids

 

 

Area of regular plane shapes such as: squares, rectangles, parallelograms etc.

1.      Leads students to discover the properties of cubes and cuboids. Cubes: equal faces, 6 faces, 12 edges, 8 vertices.  Cuboids: equal opposite faces, 12 edges, 8 vertices2.      Guides students to determine the edges, faces and vertices of pyramids and cone

3.      Guide students to discover the properties of cylinder and spheres

4.      Lead students to derive the formula for finding the volume of a cube and cuboids

5.      Guides students to use the formula to calculate the volume of a cuboid

1.      Identify the number of faces edges and vertices of cubes and cuboids and that cubes have equal faces while opposite faces of a cuboid are equal2.      Determine the numbers of edges, faces and vertices of pyramids and cones

3.      Identify the properties of cylinders and spheres

4.      Derive the formula for finding the volume of a cube and cuboids

5.      Use the formula to calculate the volume of a cube and cuboids

Cubes, cuboids, ruler, tapes, empty carton, bricks etc. Pyramid, cone, cylinder and sphere (standard or imn) Students to:1.      Identify the number of faces and vertices of a given cube

2.      Identify the number of edges and faces of cuboids

3.      Identify the number of faces, edges and vertices of a given pyramid and cone

4.      Identify the properties of a given cylinder and sphere

5.      Find the volume of a given cube and cuboids

5. Construction:1.      Construction of parallel and perpendicular lines

2.      Bisection of a given line segment

3.      Construction of angles 90 and 60 degrees

Guides students to:1.      Construct parallel and perpendicular lines

2.      Bisect of a given line segments

3.      Construct angle 90 and 60 degrees

1.      Construct parallel and perpendicular lines2.      Bisect of a given line segment construct angle 90 and 60 degrees Plane sheets of paper and mathematical set Students to:1.      Construct given parallel lines

2.      Construct given perpendicular lines

6. Angles-          Measurement of angles, acute, obtuse, reflex, adjacent, alternate, corresponding angles Lead students to measure angles Measure some given angles Protractor, plane sheet, cardboard containing angles, pencils Students to:1.      Measure given angle

2.      Identify vertically, opposite, adjacent, alternate and corresponding angles from a given diagram

7. MID TERM BREAK AND TEST
8. Angles:i.      Identification and properties of:

–          Vertically opposite

–          Adjacent

–          Alternate and

–          Corresponding angles

ii.    Identification and properties of angles at a point and angles on a straight line

Guides students to:1.      Identify and state the properties of the different types of angles

2.      Relates the angles to real life situations

3.      Lead students to identify angles at a point and angles at a point and angles on a straight line and state their properties

1.      Identify and state the proper-ties of the different types of angles from the appropriate diagrams2.      Relate the angles to real life situations

3.      Identify angles at a point and angles at a point and angles on a straight  line  and state their properties

Protractor, plain sheet, cardboard sheets containing angles, pencil, meter rule angles, charts of angles at a point and angles on a straight angles on a straight line Students to:1.      Identify the vertically opposite, adjacent, alternate and corresponding angle from a diagram

2.      State the properties of a given angles

3.      Relate angles to three life situations

4.      Identify angles at a point and angles on a straight line in given  diagram

9. Need for statisticsi.      Purpose of statistics

ii.    Need for collecting data for planning purposes, collection of data

1.      Leads students in discussing the purposes of statistics2.      Introduces   to the meaning of population, drug abuse, voter education and metal environmental education

3.      Leads students in discussing the usefulness of statistics for planning purpose

4.      Leads students to discuss usefulness of the data collected from a voter education, consumer education

5.      Guides students to apply the probability/ occurrence of chance events in everyday life

6.      Leads students to discuss the usefulness of statistics such as form drug abuse, environmental education; HIV/ AIDS etc. for prediction purposes

7.      Discuss the purposes of statistics8.      State the meaning of drug abuse, voter education and environmental education

9.      Discuss the usefulness of statistics for planning purposes

10.  Source for information from relevant agencies

11.  Mention the application of probability of chance and events in everyday life

12.  Discuss the usefulness of statistics for prediction purpose

13.  Chart of purposes of statistics14.  Charts of information on drug abuse, voter education, environmental education

15.  Usefulness of statistics for planning purposes

16.  Probability chart

17.  Chart of usefulness of statistics for prediction purposes

Students:1.      List three purpose of statistics

2.      List some situation that need data collection for planning purposes

3.      Given four examples of the application of probability, in everyday life

4.      List situations around him/ her where statistics is used for prediction

10. i.      Data collection in the classii.    Data presentation medium

 

1.      Guides students to collect data in the class2.      Guide students to define the median

3.      Guide students to find the median of a given sets of data such as:

*From odd numbered data

*From even numbered data

Collect data in the class1.      Define median

2.      Find the median of a given set of data

Record of students’ bio-data, marks, score sheet, dice coinMedian charts Students to collect bio-data on students with given characteristicStudents to find median of a given set of data
11. REVISION
12. EXAMINATION
13. MARKING AND COMPILATION OF RESULT/ CLOSURE

 

 

 

 

Lessons

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  Algebraic Process   Lessons in this topic👇 – Use of Symbols in Algebraic process  -Word problems involving use of symbols   What is algebraic Process in mathematics….?   Well, algebra is the  branch of mathematics that substitutes letters for numbers. We can say  it is about finding the unknown or putting real-life variables into equations ….  Read More

HA’YHWH🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 SCHOOL, JSS1 HA’YHWH🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 Summer/Third Term Mathematics. Lesson 4. Algebraic Process: Open Sentences and Authentic Operations and Lesson 3 Home Work Solution

Length: 10 minutesAuthor: Adaokwu Ihenacho EmenikeComplexity: Easy

  IN HA’YHWH 🛐 HA’ADONAI 🛐 SON🛐 THE GREAT🛐 NAME 🛐 OF YHWH 🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASHIACH 🛐. Please help us understand  algebraic process. AMIN and AMEN🛐 HA’YHWH🛐 YESHUA🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐       Home work on quiz sectio,in Lesson 3 A woman is three times as old as her daughter. If the woman is ….  Read More

HA’YHWH🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 SCHOOL, JSS1 HA’YHWH🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 Summer/Third Term Mathematics. Lesson 4. Algebraic Process: Problems solving on basic arithmetic operations in algebraic processesLesson 4.

Length: 10 minutesAuthor: Adaokwu Ihenacho EmenikeComplexity: Easy

    Problems solving on basic arithmetic operations in algebraic processes   May HA’HASHEM 🛐 BE PRAISE 🛐AND EXEEDINGLY WORSHIP🛐, As We Learn  Under HIS🛐 HA’HASHEM 🛐 SHADOW 🛐 HA’YHWH 🛐 HA’ELOYIHM 🛐 IN HA’YHWH 🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐. PLEASE🙏 HA’HASHEM 🛐 MERCIFULLY 🛐 Grant Us, Your Pupil understanding IN HA’YHWH 🛐 YESHUA 🛐 ….  Read More

HA’YHWH🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 SCHOOL, JSS1 HA’YHWH🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 Summer/Third Term Mathematics. Lesson 6. Plane Shapes

Length: 10 minutesAuthor: Adaokwu Ihenacho EmenikeComplexity: Easy

            Plane Shapes   Lessons:   1.      Similarities and differences between the following square, rectangle, triangle, trapezium, parallelogram and circle       Plane Shapes A shape can be defined as the boundary or outline of an object.  A plane shape is a two-dimensional closed figure that has no thickness. A plane in geometry is a ….  Read More

HA’YHWH🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 SCHOOL, JSS1 HA’YHWH🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 Summer/Third Term Mathematics. Lesson 7. Plane Shapes Square

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⁄ Lesson 7: Plane shapes such as: Squares, rectangles, parallelograms etc.      In Geometry, a square is a two-dimensional plane figure with four equal sides and all the four angles are equal to 90 degrees. The properties of rectangle are somewhat similar to a square, but the difference between the two is, a rectangle has only its opposite ….  Read More

HA’YHWH 🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 JSS1 YHWH🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 Summer – Third Term Mathematics , Lesson 8. Perimeter of regular polygon.

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  Perimeter of regular polygon. May HA’HASHEM 🛐 HA’YHWH 🛐 HA’ADONA 🛐 BE WORSHIPED AND PRAISE 🛐 Continually, As We Learn  in HIS🛐 PRESENCE 🛐 HA’YHWH 🛐 HA’HASHEM 🛐 HA’ADONAI🛐. PLEASE🛐 Grant Us all Understanding  IN HA’YHWH 🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐. Response: AMIN AND AMEN   What is a polygon? In geometry, a polygon ….  Read More

HA’YHWH 🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 JSS1 YHWH🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 Summer – Third Term Mathematics , Lesson 9.Three dimensional figure:i.  Basic properties of cubes and cuboids .

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  May HA’HASHEM🛐 HA’YHWH🛐 HA’ADONAI🛐 BE WORSHIPED 🛐AND PRAISE 🛐Continually🛐 As We Learn  in HIS🛐 PRESENCE🛐 HA’YHWH🛐 HA’HASHEM🛐 HA’ADONAI🛐. PLEASE Grant Us all Understanding  IN HA’YHWH🛐 YESHUA🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 Response: AMIN🛐 AND AMEN🛐   Solution to Lesson 8 Class Exercise      Example 2: Find the length of the side of an equilateral triangle if its ….  Read More

HA’YHWH 🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 JSS1 YHWH🛐 YESHUA 🛐 HAMASCHIAC 🛐 Summer – Third Term Mathematics , Lesson 10.Basic properties of cylinders and shapes

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  Basic properties of cylinders and shapes     Cylinder is one of the basic 3d shapes, in geometry, which has two parallel circular bases at a distance. The two circular bases are joined by a curved surface, at a fixed distance from the center. The line segment joining the center of two circular bases is the axis ….  Read More