Lagos state Mathematics scheme of work for Jss1 first term – Edudelight.com scheme
Nigeria Junior Secondary School Mathematics Curriculum Second Term
- Number base – changing to binary numbers
- Addition and subtraction of number base
- Multiplication of number base
- Basic operations(place value)
- Decimal(Addition and subtraction)
- Algebraic process
- Word problem in Algebra
Mathematics scheme of work for Jss1 first term – Modified I
Approximation: (a) Degree of Accuracy of Numbers (B) Rounding up of Numbers (Significant Figures, Decimal Places, Nearest Whole Numbers, Tens, Hundreds and Thousands)
Approximation Cont’d: (a)Approximating Values of Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division (B) Quantitative Reasoning (QR)(C) Application of Approximation to our Everyday Activities.
Number Base: (a) Number Bases/Expansion of Base Numbers (b) Counting in Base 2 (c) Addition and Subtraction of Two or Three Digits Binary Numbers
Number Base (Cont’d): (a)Multiplication of Number in Base 2 Problem Solving on (QR) Related to Conversion and Application.
Basic Operations: (a) Addition and Subtraction of Numbers with Emphasis on place Values using Spike or Abacus
Review of first half term’s work and periodic test
Basic Operations ( Cont’d): (a) Addition and Subtraction of Positive and Negative Integers Using Number Line and Collection of Terms (b) Solving Problems on Quantitative Reasoning and Application
Algebraic Processes: (a) Use Of Symbols (i) Open Sentence and Authentic Operation (ii) Word Problems Involving Use of Symbols (b) Identification of Coefficient of Terms; Basic Authentic Operation Applied to Algebraic Expression (c) Collection and SimplificationOf Like Terms and the Use of Brackets.
Algebraic Process (Cont’d): (a) Problem Solving on Basic Arithmetic Operations in Algebraic Processes (b) Solving Quantitative Aptitude Problems on the Use of Symbols and Brackets
Revision of the Second Term’s Work and Preparation for Examination
Mathematics scheme of work for Jss1 first term – Modified II
Week 1: APPROXIMATION
i. Obtaining approximate values for calculation involving four basic arithmetic processes (operations).
ii. Rounding off of numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000.
iii. Quantitative reasoning involving approximation.
Week 2: OPEN SENTENCES
i. Use of letters to represent numbers.
ii. Distinguishing between open and closed sentences.
iii. Supplying the missing numbers in open sentences from a set of given permissible substitutes.
Week 3: SIMPLIFYING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION
i. Identifying the coefficient of symbols or letters.
ii. Distinguishing algebraic expressions from non-algebraic expressions.
Week 4: SIMPLIFYING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION 2
i. Basic operation of addition, substraction, multiplication and division of algebraic symbols and terms.
ii. Collection of like terms.
Week 5: WORD PROBLEMS
i. Formation of word problems (simple cases).
ii. Word problems involving uses of symbols.
iii. Quantitative reasoning involving algebraic expressions.
Week 6: SIMPLE EQUATIONS IN ONE VARIABLE
i. Identifying simple equations in one variable.
ii. Examples of three types of equality – absolute, referential and conditional equality.
Week 7: DIRECTED NUMBERS
i. Addition and substraction of numbers using number line.
ii. Use of number line.
Week 8: BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME COMMON THREE DIMENSIONAL FIGURES
i. Basic properties of cubes, cuboids, pyramids, cylinders, e.g., faces, vertices and edges.
Week 9: BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME COMMON THREE DIMENSIONAL DIMENSIONAL FIGURES 2
iii. Triangular prism, e.g., faces, vertices and edges
Week 10: PROPERTIES OF FIGURES
iii. Isosceles triangles
iv. Equivalent triangles
Week 11/12: Revision/Examination
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