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SECOND TERM MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY FIVE (5)/ BASIC FIVE (5)

WEEK 1 CONTENT:

  1. RATIO  AND PERCENTAGE

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. Calculate ratio of two numbers e.g. 4 and 8, 8 and 12.
  2. Find the ratio of family size and Resources e.g. male and female.
  3. Expressing two population in Ratio form e.g. old and young in a
    City.
  4. Expressing a number as a Percentage of another.
    E.g. Express 4 : 5 in percentage

  5. QUANTITATIVE REASONING:  Solve quantitative aptitude problem
    Involving ratio and percentage.

WEEK 2 CONTENT:

  1. SIMPLE PROBLEMS ON PERCENTAGES.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. Express one number as a Percentage of other e.g. 5 as Percentage of 15.
  2. Solve problems on percentage Increase E.g. Increase 12 by 25%.
  3. Solve problems on percentage Decrease e.g. Decrease 15 by 20%.
  4. QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative aptitude Problems related to percentages.

WEEK 3 CONTENT:

  1. OPEN SENTENCE.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. Find the missing number in Open sentences.
  2. Use letter to represent boxes in Open sentences.
  3. Find the missing number that Letter. e.g  6m – 4 = 20
  4. Appreciate that each box in a Mathematical statement represents
    A letter that could be found.

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Pupils should be able to solve quantitative aptitude problems And find their values.

WEEK 4 CONTENT: MONEY

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. Compile Nigeria units of money with pound sterling, American Dollars and some West African Countries currencies e.g. Nigerian Currency American Currency.
  2. Appreciate that currencies Differ in value i.e. ₦10 is not equal in value to $10.
  3.   Solve problems on profit and Lost e.g. A book costs ₦50 and sold for ₦60, What is the profit or loss Percent?

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative aptitude problems
Involving money.

WEEK 5 CONTENT:  MONEY SIMPLE INTEREST

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. Find simple interest e.g. the trader Invests ₦2000 in a company that Produces and sells cap. How much Interest will he get after 2 years at
    10% per annum?
    ₦2000 is principal, (p) 2 years is time(T), 10% is rate®
  2. Find the total amount received by the investor, invested ₦250 for
    2 years at 5%, Find the total amount Received at the end of two years.

WEEK 6 CONTENT:

(a). MONEY (CONTD) COMMISSION AND DISCOUNT

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. Find the commission, discount and Transaction in the post offices,
    Market etc. e.g. If posting a letter cost ₦50, how Much will 7 letter cost?

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: They should be able to solve quantitative problems.

WEEK 7 CONTENT: Length perimeter of regular and irregular shapes e.g. square regular Trapezium etc.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils will be able to:

  1. Find the perimeter of regular Shapes.
  2. Find the perimeter of irregular Shapes by adding all the lengths.

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE: the children should be able to solve a quantitative aptitude Problems.

WEEK 8 CONTENT:

  1. CIRCUMFERENCE OF WHEN RADIUS IS GIVEN.
  2. CIRCUMFERENCE OF A CIRCLE WHEN DIAMETER IS GIVEN.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. Find the circumference of a Circle when the radius is given.

Circumference of a circle of given
Radius using 2 π r
Notes – π pie = (227) or 3.14)
Find the circumference of a circle When diameter is given
E.g. if the diameter of a circle is 14 cm, calculate its circumference .

  1. QUANTITATIVE REASONING:  Solve quantitative problems Involving circumference of a circle.

WEEK 9 CONTENT:

(A). AREA OF RIGHT ANGLED TRIANGLE

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. Calculate the area, of right angled Triangle.
  2. Explain that a right angled Triangle is obtained when either A rectangle or a square is divided Into equal parts along any Of the two diagonals.
  1. Recall the formula of triangle e.g. Find the area of this triangle use formula to calculate the area of right angled triangle.

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative problem Involving area of right angled Triangle.

WEEK 10 CONTENT:

  1. VOLUME – VOLUME OF CUBOIDS : CUBES
    Volume of cuboids
    V = L×B×H ( Cubic Unit) Volume of Cylinder.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. Use units cubes to find the volume of cuboids and cubes e.g. Net of Cube with sides 1cm.
  2. Use the formula to find the Volume of cuboids.

Volume = L× B × H 

                = Length × Breadth × Height

  1. Calculate volume of cylinder Using π r square H cube unit.

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative problems Involving volume of cubes and Cuboids.

WEEK 11 CONTENT: CAPACITY – WORD PROBLEM ON CAPACITY.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. Find the relationship between Litres and cubic centimeters e.g. Litre as cm 3 = I litre = 1000cm 3
  2. Convert cm 3 to liters and vice Versa
  3. Appreciate the use of liter as a Unit of capacity and relationship Between liter and centimeter (cm 3)

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve problem on quantitative Involving capacity.

WEEK 11 CONTENT: WEIGHT – WORD PROBLEM ON WEIGHT

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. Recite metric table on weight.
  2. Convert weights in grammes to kilogrammes vice versa.
  3. Develop interest in practical Application of weight in day to day
    Activities.
  4. Solve problems on quantitative Aptitude involving weight
    (A). E.g. if 1000g = 1Kg convert.

(b). Practical application of
Weight.

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative problems Involving volume of cubes and Cuboids.

WEEK 11 CONTENT: SPEED

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

  1. The average speed of a moving Object e.g: A man walked from his home to the Market at a distance of 12Km. He spent 4 hours. Find his average speed.

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve problems on quantitative involving speed.

WEEK 13:   REVISION AND EXAMINATION

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