First Term Mathematics Scheme of Work for Senior Secondary Schools in Nigeria
First Term Mathematics Syllabus for SS1
Mathematics Scheme of work for Lagos State
FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS SS 1
NUMBER BASE SYSTEM: Conversion from one base to base 10, conversion of decimal fraction to base 10, conversion of number from one base to another base. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of number bases.
Definition and concept of module arithmetic: Addition, subtraction and multiplication of module arithmetic and applying it to solving life problem.
INDICES: Conversion of numbers to standard form; laws of indices, indicial equations.
LOGARITHMS AND INDICES:
Definition of logarithm; logarithm of numbers in base 10, expressing logarithm as inverse of Indices, Graph of Y = 10x, logarithm and anti-logarithms tables of numbers greater than one, laws of logarithms –
multiplication, division, powers and roots.
SET: Definition of set, set notation, types of sets, set operation, use of Venn diagrams.
SIMPLE EQUATIONS AND VARIATIONS:
Change of subject of formulae involving bracket, root and powers. Types of variation – direct, inverse, joint and partial.
- QUADRATIC EQUATION:
Factorisation, completing the square, formulae and graphical method and obtaining roots from quadratic graphs.
LOGICAL REASONING: Simple and compound statements.
FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS SS 1 -MODIFIED I
- Revision of Jss3 work and basic operations of integers; addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
- Number Bases; [a] Conversion from one base number to base ten. [b] Conversion of decimal fraction [bicimals] in one base to base ten. [c] Conversion of numbers from one base to another.
- [a] Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of number bases . [b] Application of number bases to computer programming.
- Concept of Modular Arithmetic; Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of operations of modular arithmetic.
- Standard form and Approximation
- Indices; [a] Application of laws of indices. [b] Negative, zero and fractional indices.
- Review of first half term and periodic test
- Logarithms of numbers greater than 1 [whole number]→ use of logarithm table for multiplication and division of numbers.
- Logarithms CTD; [a] calculations involving powers and roots. [b] Relationship between indices and logarithms.
- [a] simple equation and variation. [b] Change of subject of formulae. [c] Type of variation; direct, inverse, joint and partial variation. [d] Application of variation to practical problems.
FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS SS 1 -MODIFIED II
Revision of JSS 3 works. Basic operations of Integers, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division
(a) Conversion from One Base To Base Ten (10) or Vice Versa
(b) Conversion Of Decimal Fraction(bicimal) in One Base to Base 10
(c) Conversion of Number from One Base to Another Base
(a) Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division of Number Bases
(b) Application to Computer Programming
(a) Concept of Module Arithmetic
(b) Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication Operations in Module Arithmetic.
(c) Application to Daily Life.
(a) Standard Form
(b) Approximation such as: Rounding off of Numbers: Decimal Places; significant Figures
- Indices (a) Application of the Base Laws: (b) Negative, Zero and Fractional Indices
- Review of the First Half Term’s Work and Periodic Test
- Logarithms of Whole Number e.g. 10,100,1000 etc. (in base 10)
- Logarithm Table for Multiplication and Division
- Logarithms (cont’d)
- Calculations Involving Powers and Roots
- Relationship Between Indices and Logarithms
- Simple Equation and Variations
- Change of Subject of Formulae
- Types of Variation such as: Direct, Inverse, Joint and Partial
- Applications of Variations
- Revision of the First Term’s Work and Preparation for Examination
FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS SS 1 -MODIFIED III
Week 1: NUMBER BASES
i. Decimal Base (Base 10) and other bases, e.g., base 2 (binary) etc.
ii. Conversation from Base 10 to other bases.
iii. Conversation from other bases to Base 10.
Week 2: NUMBER BASES II
i. Problem solving, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of number in the various bases.
ii. Conversion of decimal fraction in one base to base 10.
iii. Apply number base system to computer programming.
Week 3: MODULAR ARITHMETIC
i. Revision of addition, division, multiplication and subtraction of integers.
ii. Concept of modular arithmetic.
iii. Addition, subtraction and multiplication operations in modular arithmetic.
iv. Application to real life situations.
Week 4: INDICES
i. Laws of indices and their applications.
ii. Application of indices, simple indicial/exponential equations.
Week 5: STANDARD FORM
i. Writing numbers in index form.
ii. Adding two numbers and writing the results in standard form.
iii. Subtracting one number from the other in standard form.
iv. Multiplying numbers in standard form.
v. Dividing numbers in standard form including square root of such numbers.
Week 6: LOGARITHMS
i. Deducing logarithm from indices and standard form.
ii. Definition of logarithm
iii. Graph of y=10* using x=0.1, 0.2, …
Week 7: LOGARITHM II
Calculations involving multiplication and division.
Week 8: LOGARITHM III
i. Calculations involving power and roots using the logarithm tables.
ii. Solving practical problems using logarithm tables relating to capital market.
iii. Explain the concept of capital market operation.
iv. Use logarithm tables in multiplying the large number involved in capital market operation.
Week 9: DEFINITION OF SETS
i. Set notation – listing or roster method, rule method, set builder notation.
ii. Types of sets: universal set, empty set, finite set and infinite set, subset, disjoint set, power set etc.
Week 10: SET OPERATIONS
i. Union of sets and intersection of sets complement of sets.
ii. Venn diagram.
iii. Venn diagram and application up to 3 set, problems.
Week 11: SIMPLE EQUATIONS AND VARIATIONS
i. Change of subject of formulae.
ii. Formula involving brackets, roots and powers.
iii. Subject formula and substitution.
iv. Revision of simultaneous linear equation in two (2) unknown.
v. Types and application of variations.
Week 12 – 13