# FIRST TERM MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY SIX (6)/ BASIC SIX (6)

FIRST TERM MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY SIX (6)/ BASIC SIX (6)

WEEK 1 TOPIC: READING AND WRITING NUMBERS TO ONE BILLION IN WORDS AND FIGURE.

1. Meaning fill counting in Thousands, millions and billions

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Read and write number up to One billion in words e.g. 856,403 = Eight hundred and fifty-six Thousand, four hundred and three.
2. Read and write numbers up to One million in figures e.g. 7,448,368 = seven million, four hundred and Forty-eight thousand, three Hundred and sixty-eight.
3. Count in thousands, Million and billions e.g 2,000,000; 10,000,000; 50,000,000; 1,000,000,000.
4. QUANTITATIVE REASONING:  Solve quantitative aptitude Problem related to thousand, Millions and billions.

WEEK 2 TOPIC: A. BINARY

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Convert base 10 numeral to binary Number: base 10 numerals use
101, 102, 103, 104, Use bundles or Piles to demonstrate the conversion of Numbers from base 10 to base 2 e.g. 3 Represent 1 bundle of two and 1 units.
2. Conversion of binary number to base 10 numeral e.g. 110012 to base 10
4 3 2 1 0
1 1 0 0 12 =  (1 x 24) + (1 x 23) + (0 x 22) + (0 x 21) +
(1 x 20)
= (1 x 16) + (1 x 8) + (0 x 4) + (0 x 2) + (1 x 1)
= 16 + 8 + 0 + 0 + 1 = 2510
3. Addition, subtraction and Multiplication in base 2.
e.g. (a) 101012 + 11012
1 0 1 0 12
+ 1 1 0 12
10 0 0 0 02
(b) 110010 – 11111
1 1 0 0 1 0
– 1 1 1 1 12
1 0 0 1 12
(c) 1 0 1 0 12 x 1112
1 0 1 0 12
X 1 1 12
1 0 1 0 1
1 0 1 0 1
1 0 1 0 1____
1 1 0 1 0 0 1 12
4. QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve problems on quantitative aptitude
Involving addition and subtraction of Binary Numbers system e.g.
If 410 = 100 and  610 = 1102 .

WEEK 3 TOPIC: A. PLACE VALUE OF WHOLE NUMBERS.

B. PLACE VALUE OF A DIGIT IN DECIMAL

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. give the value of a digit in a whole Number e.g. the values of each
Digit of the number e.g.
Hth th t  h  t  u
3     4   7  8  4  6
3= 300,000, 4= 40,000, 7= 7000
8= 800, 4= 40, 6= 6

.

1. 8697243 = nn hth  tht th  h  t  u
8   6    9     7   2  4  3
2. State the value of each of the digit in the Decimal number given e.g. 438.521
4 = 400, 3 = 30, 8=8.

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Pupils should be able to solve quantitative aptitude problems relating to place value. E.g. 4.25 = 2.12 – 2.13

WEEK 4 TOPIC: LCM AND HCF OF NUMBERS NOT MORE THAN 3 DIGITS

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. find the LCM using the multiple Method e.g. 2 and 3 = 2,4,6,8,10, 12,14, 16, 18, 20, 22
3 = 3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24,27, 30,33,36.
C.M = 6,12,18,24
L.C.M = 6
2.   find the LCM using the prime factor Method e.g. 10 and 20
 2 10 20 2 5 10 5 5 5 1 1

L.C.M = 2x2x5
= 20

1. find the H.C.F using the factors Method e.g. 20 and 30
20 = 1,2,4,5,10,20
30 = 1,2,3,5,6,10,15,30
C.F = 1,2,5,10
H.C.F = 10

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: they should be able to solve quantitative aptitude problems Related to prime numbers and factors.

WEEK 5 TOPICS:  FRACTIONS AND DECIMALS

1. differentiate between the larger or Small fractions reduce each fraction
To the same denominator using Equivalent fractions
2. Arrange in ascending or descending Order.
3. Using fractions in sharing in everyday
Life e.g. A. 1⁄3 of 60 oranges are shared. Find the Number of oranges shared.
4. Changing fractions to decimals. Using Equivalent fractions with denominator
10, 10, 1000 e.g. Change to decimal
(i) 72⁄5
72⁄5 = 72⁄5 × 2⁄2 = 7.4⁄10 = 7.4
5. Changing decimals to fractions, write in expanded form and use equivalent
Fractions e.g. Change to fraction.
(i). 4.3

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to solve quantitative aptitude problems
related to fractions and decimal.

WEEK 6 CONTENTS:

• Ratio and proportion

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Solve problems on ratio e.g. 1: 2 = 2: 4 = 3: 6 = 4: 8
Form equivalent ratios by multiplying or Dividing each part by the same non– zero Number. Ration can then be expressed in their simplest form. Compare only Quantities of the same kind in the same Units e.g. Ratio 20k to N2.00
(A). 20K: N2.00 = 20K: 200K
= 2K: 20K = 1K: 10K
(B). Ratio 3 months to 1 year
= 3 months to 12 months
= 3 : 12
= 1 : 4
2. Word problem on ratio e.g. Ratio A : B

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE: They should be able to solve quantitative aptitude problems Related to Ratio.

WEEK 7 TOPIC: RATIO, PERCENTAGE AND POPULATION ISSUES

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils will be able to:

1. Solve problems on ratio e.g. the ratio of men to women in a house is
4: 5 if there are 20 men in the house, how many women are there?
= 4 : 5
2. Express a number as a percentage of another number e.g.
what percentage of 20 is 15?
3. Find the amount of money allocated for health care of an individual in a
Year in the town state or local Council.
4. E.g. express the member of Children per family in ratio and
Percentage. E.g. there are 10 children in a Family including a men and a
Woman.

(A). Express in ratio children to father = 10: 1
(B). Express as percentage parents to Children = 2 × 100%

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE: the children should be able to solve problem of Ratio, percentage and population issues.

WEEK 8 TOPICS: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF NUMBERS, FRACTIONS AND DECIMAL

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Add any given set of numbers, Fractions and decimals
2. Solve problems on addition & Subtraction of whole numbers

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative aptitude problem Related to addition & subtraction of Fraction and decimal.

WEEK 9 TOPIC: MULTIPLICATION

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Multiplying 3 digit whole number by a 3 Digit whole number e.g. 423 × 234
1. Word problem on multiplication of Whole number e.g. the cost of a
Bag is N5, 760.00, what is the cost Of 23 similar bags?
If 1 bag cost N5760.00
23 bags cost N5760.00 × 23

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative aptitude related to
Multiplication of numbers.

WEEK 10 TOPIC: DIVISION

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Divide whole number by 2 digit and 3 Digit numbers
(a) 26: 120 (b). 742 : 14
2. Appreciate the importance of Division in daily life activities

(a). 1 bucket contains 46 oranges.
How many buckets will 736 Oranges fill?
One bucket contains 46 oranges
(736 ÷46) bucket

(b) 110.7 ÷ 41

1. Order of operation (Use of BODMAS)
Use the following order for problems with Mixed operations
B = Brackets, O = Off
D = Division, M = Multiplication,
A = Addition, S = Subtraction
E.g. (a). 20 × 3 × 7
= 20 × 3 × 7 = 60 × 7 = 67

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative aptitude related to
Indices.

WEEK 10: REVISION

WEEK 11: REVISION

WEEK 12:  EXAMINATION

WEEK 13:   EXAMINATION

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