FIRST TERM MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS2/BASIC 8

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First Term Scheme of Work for Mathematics Jss2

  1. Whole number and decimal number
  2. Prime factors
  3. L. C. M. of whole number
  4. H. C. F. of whole number
  5. Square root
  6. Fractions (ratios, decimals and percentages)
  7. Commercial Arithmetic
  8. Approximation
  9. Multiplication and division of directed numbers

First Term Scheme of Work for Mathematics Jss2 – Modified I

  1. Basic Operation of Integers
  2. Whole Numbers and Decimal Numbers, Multiples and Factors
  3. LCM & HCF and Perfect Squares
  4. Fractions as Ratios, Decimals and Percentages
  5. Household Arithmetic Relating to Profit, Interest, Discount and Commission
  6. Approximation of Numbers Rounding off to Decimal Places, Significant Figures
  7. Reviews of Half Lesson and Periodic Test
  8. Multiplication and Division of Directed and Non-Directed Numbers
  9. Algebraic Expressions
  10. Algebraic Fractions (Addition and Subtraction, Simple Algebraic Equations)
  11. Revision of First Term Lessons
  12. Examination

First Term Scheme of Work for Mathematics Jss2 – Modified II

Week 1: LARGE AND SMALL NUMBERS

i. Practical representation of numbers using

a. words only.

b. digits only.

c. mixture of digits and words.

ii. Identification of small numbers/fractions.

iii. Place value of digits.

Week 2: STANDARD FORM OF NUMBERS

i. Expressing whole numbers in standard form.

ii. Expressing decimal numbers in standard form.

iii. Quantitative reasoning (QR) involving standard form.

Week 3: APPROXIMATION

i. Approximation to a required degree of accuracy: tens, hundred, tenth etc.

ii. Approximation to decimal places.

iii. Approximation to significant figures.

iv. Quantitative Reasoning involving approximation.

Week 4: FACTORS AND MULTIPLES

i. Factors of numbers.

ii. Prime factors of numbers not greater than 200.

iii. Expressing numbers as product of its prime factors.

iv. Rules of divisibility.

v. H.C.F of numbers.

Week 5: FACTORS AND MULTIPLES II

i. Multiples of numbers.

ii. Common multiples and LCM.

iii. Squares and square roots.

iv. Finding square roots of numbers by factors.

Week 6: DIRECTED NUMBERS

i. Addition and subtraction of directed numbers.

ii. Multiplication and division of directed numbers.

iii. Simplifying expression with directed numbers.

Week 7: INVERSE IDENTITY

i. Additive inverse.

ii. Multiplicative inverse.

iii. Use of inverse operation solving simple equations.

Week 8: SIMPLE EQUATIONS IN ONE VARIABLE

Solving equations of the form

i. 2x = 8 (ii) 3n – 4 = 5

ii. 3x – 4 = 2x + 1 (iv) 2y + 4

                                 ——–

                                    7        = 2

Week 9: GRAPHS

i. Introduction to the Cartesian plane.

ii. Identifying the X and Y axis.

iii. Plotting points on the Cartesian plane (coordinates).

iv. Construct shapes from given coordinates.

Week 10: LINEAR INEQUALITIES

i. Identifying linear inequality in one variable.

ii. Solving linear inequalities.

iii. Graphical representation of solution of linear inequalities.

iv. Word problems involving linear inequalities.

Week 11: EVERYDAY ARITHMETIC

i. Percentage and ratio.

ii. Conversion of fractions to ratio, decimals, percentages.

iii. Quantitative Reasoning on fractions, ratios and percentages.

Week 12: EVERYDAY ARITHMETIC (TRANSACTION IN HOMES AND OFFICES)

i. Profit and loss.

ii. Simple interest.

iii. Discount.

iv. Commission.

Week 13 – 14: REVISION/EXAMINATION.

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