Government Approved Scheme of Work For Junior Secondary Schools In Nigeria (JSS1 – JSS3) For All Subjects

All secondary schools in Nigeria operate with a scheme of work. The scheme of work is a guideline that defines the contents and structure of academic subjects. The scheme of work for secondary schools in Nigeria, whether Junior or Senior secondary school, maps out in clear terms, how resources, for example, the topics and subtopics for a particular subject, teacher-talk, group work, practicals, discussions and assessment strategies, tests, quizzes, Questions and Answers, homework and even up to midterm breaks for the session ought to be structured in order to fit in perfectly for the academic session.

It is the complete guide on all academic activities enforced by the Federal government of Nigeria through the ministry of education on all Junior secondary schools in Nigeria as it relates not just to the subjects but the academic session as a whole. It is used to ensure that the learning purposes, aims and objectives of the subject meant for that class are successfully achieved.

Scheme of work for junior secondary schools in Nigeria are practically the same for both private and public secondary schools in Nigeria ranging from JSS1 to JSS3, that is, the scheme of work for a private school is the same with that of public or government owned secondary schools, principals and teachers in secondary schools in Nigeria are to adhere to the approved scheme of work as mandated by the ministry of education.

For example, the scheme of work for junior secondary schools in Nigeria say from JSS1 TO JSS3 for all subjects whether it is Mathematics, English Language, Basic Science, Social Studies  OR Business Studies, the same scheme of work applies to other states and major cities in Nigeria like Abuja, Port Harcourt, Ibadan, Kano state, Cross River, Imo, Delta state and the likes.

This post is quite a lengthy one as it provide in full details, the government approved scheme of work for all subjects offered in Junior secondary schools in Nigeria. If you are interested in starting a school in Nigeria, this would greatly help in guiding you as regards coming up with the approved scheme of work for any subject offered in JSS1 JSS2 and JSS3.

Please note that these scheme of work are the approved by Lagos state government and other states in Nigeria.

Government Approved Scheme of Work For Junior Secondary Schools In Nigeria (JSS1 - JSS3) For All Subjects 1

What You Stand To Gain From This Post

  • Government approved Scheme of work for Mathematics – (JSS1, JSS2 and JSS3)
  • The government approved Scheme of work for PHE – (JSS1, JSS2 and JSS3)
  • The government approved Scheme of work for English Language – (JSS1, JSS2 and JSS3)
  • The government approved Scheme of work for Agricultural Science – (JSS1, JSS2 and JSS3)
  • The government approved Scheme of work for Business Studies – (JSS1, JSS2 and JSS3)
  • Approved Scheme of work for Civic Education – (JSS1, JSS2 and JSS3)
  • Scheme of work for Home Economic – (JSS1, JSS2 and JSS3)
  • Scheme of work for Computer – (JSS1, JSS2 and JSS3)
  • Scheme of work for Social Studies – (JSS1, JSS2 and JSS3)

Government Approved Scheme of Work For Junior Secondary School JSS1 to JSS3

SCHEME OF WORK FOR PHE JSS 1

1ST TERM

  1. Definition, nature, scope and objectives of physical education
  2. Physical fitness and body conditioning programmes
  3. Recreation, leisure and dance activities
  4. Athletics

2ND TERM

  1. Shotput
  2. Ball games(soccer)
  3. VolleyBall

SCHEME OF WORK FOR PHE JSS 3

1ST TERM

  1. Violence in Sport
  2. HIV/Aids Education
  3. Qualification and functions of specialists in physical and Health Education.
  4. Nigerian SPORTS HERPES Heroines and Professionals.
  5. Javelin Throw
  6. Field Hockey

3RD TERM

  1. Contract and no-contact sports
  2. Personal school and community health
  3. Sewage and refuse disposal
  4. Source of water
  5. Food nutrition and health
  6. Pathogens diseases and their prevention

SCHEME OF WORK FOR PHE JSS 1

1ST TERM

  1. Definition, nature, scope and objectives of physical education
  2. Physical fitness and body conditioning programmes
  3. Recreation, leisure and dance activities
  4. Athletics

2ND TERM

  1. Shot-put
  2. Ball games(soccer)
  3. Volley Ball
  4. Pole Vault

SCHEME OF WORK FOR PHE JSS 2

1ST TERM

TERM

  • Family life Education
  • Physical and Health Education Agencies and Career opportunities
  • Ageing and  Death Education
  • Drug use, Misuse and Abuse
  • Combined events (Pentathlon and decathlon
  • Physical fitness
  • Gymnastics
  • Common Sports Injuries and First Aid Procedures
  • Sports and Society
  • Human Trafficking
  • Sports Laws
  • Careers and branches of Physical and Health Education
  • Long Distance Races
  • Relay Races
  • Tennis Game
  • Accident and safety Education

2ND TERM

  1. School Health Programme
  2. Environment Pollution
  3. Table Tennis Game
  4. Posture and Postural Defects
  5. Gymnastics
  6. Basketball Game

3RD TERM

  1. Recreation and Leisure
  2. Hand ball Game
  3. Consumer Health
  4. Judo
  5. Karate
  6. Swimming
  7. Non-Communicable Diseases

3RD TERM

  • Nutrition for Special Groups
  • Taekwondo
  • Boxing
  • WushuKung-Fu
  • Dance
  • Computer Games
  • Strokes in Swimming
  • Communicable Diseases
  • Non-Communicable Diseases

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 1

FIRST TERM

  1. Introduction to business studies
  2. -Objectives of business studies
  3. -Branches of business studies
  4. What is an office? Types of Offices
  5. -Advantages of a closed office
  6. -Disadvantages of closed office
  7. -Advantages of  an open office
  8. -Disadvantages of open office
  9. Source documents i.e. cheque, receipt, invoices, local purchase order, Why are cheques dishonored?
  10. What is a ledger?
  11. Properties of ledger, sample drawing of ledger account.
  12. Terms associated with the ledger and double entry.

SECOND TERM

  1. Business Transaction

Sales and purchase journals Cash and credit transactions

  1. Returns inwards and outward journal and the tabular representations.
  2. Simple cash book (Double Entry)
  3. Various departments in an organization
  4. Qualities of a clerical staff

THIRD TERM

  1. Forms and types of industrial production.
  2. Factors of production: Land, Labour, Capital, Entrepreneur
  3. Business organization (formations and types).
  4. Relationship between producers and

Advantages of Insurance

  1. METHODS OF BUYING (Sample method)

Inspection Method Description and grade method Auction method

  1. Meaning of TRADE

Home and foreign trade Visible Imports and Exports Invisible imports and exports Wholesale and Retail trade

Mail order business – Its advantages and disadvantage

  1. DOUBLE ENTRY PRINCIPLE – Meaning

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 1

FIRST TERM

  1. Introduction to business studies
  2. Objectives of business studies
  3. Branches of business studies
  4. What is an office? Types of
  5. Advantages of a closed office
  6. Disadvantages of closed office
  7. Advantages of  an open office
  8. Disadvantages of open office
  9. Source documents i.e. cheque, receipt, invoices, local purchase order, Why are cheques dishonored?
  10. What is a ledger?
  11. Properties of ledger, sample drawing of ledger account.
  12. Terms associated with the ledger and double entry.

SECOND TERM

  1. Business transaction

Sales and purchase journals Cash and credit transactions

  1. Returns inwards and outward journal and the tabular representations.
  2. Simple cash book (Double entry)
  3. Various departments in an organization
  4. Qualities of a clerical staff

THIRD TERM

  1. Forms and types of industrial production.
  2. Factors of production: Land, Labour, Capital, Entrepreneur
  3. Business organization (formations and types).
  4. Relationship between producers and

Advantages of Insurance

METHODS OF BUYING

  • Sample method

Inspection Method Description and grade method Auction method

TRADE

Meaning

Home and foreign trade Visible Imports and Exports Invisible imports and exports Wholesale and Retail trade

Mail order business – Its advantages and disadvantage

  1. DOUBLE ENTRY PRINCIPLE Meaning

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 2

FIRST TERM

  1. The receptionist Duties and qualities Telephone Etiquettes

Items found in the reception Documents handled by the reception

  1. Procedure for the receipt of mails
  2. Filing of letters

Reasons for filing documents

Things that makes a filing system to be efficient Filing methods

File classification

Tips for a good filing practice

  1. Simple cashbook
  2. Double column cashbook
  3. Double column cash book with contra entry

SECOND TERM

Three Column Cash book Commercial bank

Origin Functions

Current savings and fixed deposit accounts Bank statement

Loan and overdraft Trade discount Sales discount Cash

Quantity

Keeping Correspondence books and records The Petty Cash book

THIRD TERM

Insurance Meaning

Terms used in insurance Types of insurance

Risks that cannot be insured

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 2

FIRST TERM

  1. Double entry (Ledger A/c)principle
  2. Trial balance
  3. Final accounts Meaning

Terms used in final accounts Trading account

Profit and loss account

  1. THE BALANCE SHEET Meaning

Assets and liabilities Fixed assets

Current assets Long-term liability

Current or short-term liability Exercises

Store records

SECOND TERM

Transportation Meaning Important

Forms and means Types and importance Advertisement Meaning

Types

Method of advertising Media of advertisement

Advantages and disadvantages Stock-taking

Stock control

The role of the wages office THIRD TERM

  1. Communication
  2. Office equipment
  3. Consumer protection

SCHEME OF WORK FOR AGRIC SCIENCE JSSI

FIRST TERM

  1. THE MEANING OF AGRICULTURE Importance of agriculture
  2. THE ORIGIN OF AGRICULTURE Development of agriculture

Areas of specialization in agriculture Agricultural products

Classification of crop plants Uses of crop plants

  1. FORMS OF FARM ANIMAL

SECOND TERM

CLASSES AND USES OF CROPS

Life span of crops Uses of crops

  1. CLASSIFICATION OF FARM ANIMALS Uses of farm animals
  2. SIMPLE FARM TOOLS Hand tools and their materials Uses of farm tools

THIRD TERM

WEED

Uses and control of weed Economic importance of weed

  1. CROP PESTS

Classification and control of crop pests

  1. ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT THROUGH AGRICULTURE

Ways of economic empowerment

  1. MARKETING OR AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT

Meaning of marketing and market Types of agricultural market Problems of marketing agricultural Produce in Nigeria

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Marketing agent

SCHEME OF WORK FOR AGRIC. SCIENCE JSS 2

FIRST TERM

  1. Composition and properties of the soil
  2. Farm structure and building layout
  3. Importance of farm structure and layout
  4. Introduction to farm machines
  5. Uses and maintenance of farm machines
  6. Meaning of crop propagation & methods of crop propagation
  7. Advantages & Disadvantages of crop propagation
  8. Types of cultural practices
  9. Classification & uses of farm Animal
  10. Uses of farm Animal continue
  11. FORMS OF AGRICULTURE Crop farming

Horticulture Apiculture Horticulture Fishery

Agricultural practices

  1. FORMS OF CROP PLANTS

SCHEME OF WORK FOR AGRIC. SCIENCE JSS 3

FIRST TERM

Composition and Properties of the soil Farm structures

Farm buildings

Sitting of School Farm and Layout of Farm Stead

SECOND TERM

Soil fertility and management Feeds and feeding

Farming and Cropping Systems: Farming systems

Cropping systems Crop rotation Fishery

Other aquatic organisms Farm animal husbandry

Management requirement in animal husbandry Soil conservation, methods factors of loss of soil fertility

Effects of soil conservation on environment

THIRD TERM

Stock Exchange Agricultural stock exchange

Importance of stock exchange in agriculture People involved in stock exchange

Export promotion in agriculture in Nigeria Nigeria export produce

Career opportunities in agriculture Packaging criteria

Pricing and advertising Records and book keeping

SCHEME OF WORK FOR HOME ECONOMIC JSS 1

FIRST TERM

INTRODUCTION OF HOME ECONOMICS

  • Meaning of home economics
  • Areas of home economic
  • Relationship of home economics to other subject PUBERTY AND ADOLESCENCE

A Meaning of puberty and adolescence B The signs of puberty in boys and girls

C The needs and challenges of the adolescent D Hygiene guides for an adolescent

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS

A Meaning of sexually transmitted infections B The causes of STD

  • The signs of STI
  • prevention of STI
  • HIV/AIDS

THE RIGHT OF A CHILD

  • Meaning of right
  • Types of right
  • Who a child is
  • The right of a child
  • Right violation and what to do

SECOND TERM

FAMILY NEEDS

  • Family needs, goals and standards
  • Meaning and types of family needs and wants C Meaning of family goals and standards RELATIONSHIP AMONG FAMILY NEEDS
  • Goals and standards
  • Uses of family needs, goals and standard in resource management
  • Family resources and management

HEALTHY FEEDING PRACTICES

  • Healthy feeding practices
  • Healthy eating habits
  • Effects of unhealthy eating habits
  • Effects of unhealthy eating habits

FOOD ADDITIVES

A Food additives, uses, misuses and detection B Food contaminants

C Harmful substances that should not be consumed DRUG ABUSE

  • Meaning of drug abuse
  • Effects of drug abuse in the body

THIRD TERM

RESOURCES

  • Meaning of family resources
  • Types of family resources
  • Importance of resources DECISION MAKING
  • Meaning of decision making
  • Steps in decision making
  • Simple personal and family decisions FOOD PURCHASING
  • Meaning of food purchasing
  • Meaning of foo processing
  • Meaning of food preservation
  • Meaning of food safety FOOD
  • Identification of perishable food
  • Identification of non perishable foods C Risk factors in purchasing

FOOD

A Factor to consider when buying food B Wise buying practices

FOOD

  • Food processing methods
  • How to keep food safe

SCHEME OF WORK FOR HOME ECONOMIC JSS 2

FIRST TERM

Sign of puberty Hygiene and puberty Adolescence

Sexually transmitted disease

Impact of family values on life styles Human rights

SECOND TERM

Family conflict Family crisis

Food and nutrition – food nutrients Food hygiene and food preparation Managing of family clothing Household linen

THIRD TERM

Family house

Maintenance of family house Seam and seam  finishes Edge finishes

Body measurement and pattern drafting Introduction to textiles studies

SCHEME OF WORK FOR HOME ECONOMIC JSS 3

FIRST TERM

  1. Classes and properties of fibres
  2. Manufacture, identification and uses of fabric
  3. Basic element of design
  4. Figure types
  5. The sewing machine
  6. Garment construction process-facing and hemming
  7. Scientific study of foods

SECOND TERM

  1. Meal planning
  2. Buying and preservation of food
  3. Food preparation methods
  4. Marriage
  5. Pregnancy and childbirth
  6. Child development
  7. Scientific study of foods 8.

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CIVIC EDUCATION JSS 1

FIRST TERM

  • Value definition
  • Meaning and objective
  • Values meaning and importance
  • Levels of manifestation of value individual and society level
  • IST C. A.T
  • Factors that Promote Good Value System
  • Types of values honesty: meaning and attributes
  • Benefits  of honesty and  consequences of dishonesty

SECOND TERM

  • Types of value II cooperation-meaning factors promoting cooperation, attributes, beliefs andtypes
  • Types of values III self reliance meaning basis and attributes
  • Benefits of self reliance & consequences of undiscovered talents and undeveloped skills
  • Citizenship meaning and types of citizenship
  • Process of becoming a citizen through naturalization and registration

MID-TERM BREAK

  • Rights ad duties of acitizen

THIRD TERM

  • (i) Processes of becoming a citizen (ii)Rights and duties of a citizen
  • Rights and duties of a citizen
  • National consciousness meaning
  • Nigeria‘s national symbols and their meaning

6 Measures adopted to promote unity among Nigerians

8 National anthem and pledge

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CIVIC EDUCATION JSS 2

FIRST TERM

  1. Illiteracy- meaning, causes, consequences and solutions
  2. Right Attitude to Work- meaning, attributes, rewards and consequences of not having the right attitude to work
  3. Negative Behavior- meaning, effects and ways of promoting positive behavioural changes
  4. National Population Census- meaning, importance and problems
  5. Protection of Human Rights- meaning of human  rights, types of human rights and appropriate steps for protection of human rights
  6. Protection of the Rule of Law- meaning of rule of law, benefits of rule of law and protection of rule of law
  7. Voter Education- importance of voting and process of voting
  8. Elections- meaning and importance of election, electoral bodies; free and fair election; electoral malpractices and how to prevent them

SECOND TERM

  1. Nigerian Constitution- functions of a constitution, features of the constitution; features of 1999 constitution; roles of citizens in constitutional development
  2. Peace and Conflicts
  3. National Economic Life

SCHEME OF WORK FOR SOCIAL STUDIES JSS1

FIRST TERM

  1. Meaning, Scope and Nature of Social
  2. Objectives & Importance of Social
  3. Physical Environment: Meaning, Types and
  4. Resources in Our Environment and their
  5. Environmental Problem, Causes, Effects and
  6. Social Environment: Meaning and Types; Primary and  Group (Family) Types; Role and Responsibilities of
  7. Secondary Social Group: types, Structure, Roles and Responsibilities of
  8. Conflict Within Social Group:

Causes, Effect and Steps In Conflict Resolution.

  1. Influence of Man in the Environment
  2. Accidents in the Home and School.
  3. Needs for Accidents in the Home and School
  4. Measures for Safety in the Home, School and Workplace

SECOND TERM

  1. Revision of Last Term’s Work
  2. Socialization

Meaning, Significance & Processes.

  1. Agents of Socialization and Effects of
  2. Culture:

Meaning, Components & Features.

  1. Culture

Features of Culture

  1. Cultural  Similarities Among Nigerians
  2. Cultural Differences Among Nigerians
  3. Uniqueness of Nigerian Culture

THIRD TERM

  1. Revision of Last Term’s Work
  2. Social Issues and Problems Examination; Meaning and causes
  3. Social Issues  and Problems; Effects and Solution
  4.  Meaning,  Causes, Effects and Solution.
  5. HIV/AID Meaning, Causes, Effects and
  6. Problems Associated with Contemporary Social Problems in Nigeria: Individual, Family,
  7. Problems Associated with Contemporary Social Problems in Nigeria: Individual, Family,
  8. Measures of Solving Contemporary Social
  9. National Unity and Integration: Meaning, Needs and Importance.
  10. National Unity and Integration; Meaning, Needs and Importance.

SCHEME OF WORK FOR SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 2

FIRST TERM

SOCIAL GROUP

  1. TYPE/CHARACTERISTICS OF SOCIAL GROUP

Primary social group GROUP BEHAVIOR

Types of group behavior Benefits of group behavior

  1. MARRIAGE

Meaning and types of marriage Criteria for marriage

Benefits of marriage Problems/dangers of early marriage

  1. DRUG ABUSE

Meaning of drug Abuse

Forms of drug  abuse Effect of drug abuse Measures of curbing abuse

  1. DRUG TRAFFICKING Meaning of drug trafficking Reasons of drug trafficking

Dangers of drug trafficking in Nigeria Measures of curbing drug trafficking

  1. POVERTY Meaning of poverty Causes of poverty

Ways of alleviating poverty

  1. CORRUPTION Meaning of corruption Abuses

Effects of corruption

Measures of checking corruption

CULTISM

  • Meaning of cultism
  • Reasons for membership Effects
  • Measures of reducing cultism

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

  • Benefits of science and technology
  • Problems and solutions to problems of science and technology
  • COMMUNICATION
  • Meaning Types/forms of ICT
  • Advantages & Disadvantages

SECOND TERM

LIVING TOGETHER IN THE FAMILY Definition of family

Conditions for living together as a family Roles performed by individual in the family

  • Father  (b)   Mother (c) Children

MEANING OF CULTURE Types of culture

Characteristics of culture Types of food in our culture

COMMON DRESSES IN OUR CULTURE Dress codes for selected culture

Factors that influence dress selection

COMMON HAIRSTYLES

  • Hairstyles for women and men
  • Care of the hair Adornments
  • Usefulness of Adornments

Religion

Meaning and types of religion Similarities of our religion

OUR SCHOOL

  • Features of a school
  • Members of the school community Functions performed by each member
  • Ways of enhancing efficiency among membership of the school

HOME APPLIANCES

  • Usefulness of appliances

Dangers in the wrong use of appliances Correct ways of using electrical appliance

THIRD TERM

ACCIDENT IN THE SCHOOL Meaning of accident

Types of school accident Causes of accident

Prevention of school accidents

GENDER ROLES Gender similarities/differences Gender discrimination

Consequences & solution of gender discrimination

STORAGE Meaning of storage Methods of storing things Benefits of storing things

Savings Meaning of saving

Reasons for saving money Method of saving money

WHAT IS A BANK?

  • Advantages of keeping money in banks
  • Problems associated with banking
  • Prospects of banking operation in Nigeria

RESOURCES

  • Meaning and types of resources Usefulness of resources to man
  • Conservation of environmental resources
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HARMFUL SUBSTANCE

Types of harmful substance to men Prevention of intake of harmful substance

TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM IN NIGERIA

  • Meaning/types of transportation Transportation on land, water and air
  • Advantages and disadvantages of transportation system in Nigeria
  • Measures aimed of solving the problem

SCHEME OF WORK FOR SOCIAL STUDIES JSS 3

FIRST TERM

1 Trafficking in children and women Definition

Factors responsible for children and women trafficking Consequences of trafficking

  • Possible ways of preventing human trafficking

HARMFUL TRADITIONAL PRACTICES Definition

  • Types of harmful traditional practices in Nigeria Measures of preventing harmful traditional practices

POPULATION Meaning of population Basic units of population

  • Factors in securing population growth and control

FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION

  • Meaning of family life education Population and resources available Family size and consequences

PEACE

  • Meaning of peace Types of peace Importance of peace
  • Ways of promoting peace

CONFLICTS

  • Meaning of conflicts & types
  • Causes of conflicts Consequences  of conflicts
  • Non-violent methods of resolving conflicts

NATIONAL ECONOMY

  • Meaning of national economy Economic activities in Nigeria Trading
  • Farming Manufacturing Fishery

SECTORS OF AN ECONOMY

  • Meaning of a sector of an economy
  • Sectors of the Nigerian economy (a) primary (b) secondary
  • Tertiary sector
  • Importance of the economic activities in Nigeria

SECOND TERM

ECONOMIC INSTITUTION IN NIGERIA

  • Banks
  • Functions of commercial banks Functions of central banks of Nigeria

INSURANCES

  • Types of insurance Functions of insurance

Nigeria deposit insurance corporation (NDIC) Roles of NDIC

NIGERIAN STOCK EXCHANGE

  • Security and exchange commission
  • What is a share?
  • Roles of Nigerian stock exchange Roles of securities and exchange

TRANSPORTATION

  • Types of transportation Advantages of various types
  • Disadvantage of air, sea and road transport

GLOBAL INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

  • Reasons for global international co-operation
  • Strategies for achieving global international cooperation
  • Consequence of global international co-operation

INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT

  • Causes of international conflict solutions

COMMON CRIMES AND ASSOCIATED PUNISHMENT

  • Crimes and national security

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS JSS 1

FIRST TERM

1 Number and numeration (writing in figure)

  • C. M. of whole numbers
  • C. F. of whole numbers
  • Fractions
  1. Changing proper fractions to improper fraction and vice-versa
  2. Changing improper fractions to mixed number and vice-versa
  3. Equivalent fractions
  • Addition  and subtraction of fractions
  • Multiplication  and division of fractions
  • BODMAS of fractions
  • Estimation

SECOND TERM

  • Approximation
  • Number base – changing to binary numbers
  • Addition and subtraction of number base
  • Multiplication of number base
  • Basic operations (place value)
  • BODMAS
  • Decimal (Addition and subtraction)
  • Algebraic process
  • Word problem in Algebra

THIRD TERM

  • Word problem in symbolic terms
  • Simple equations
  • Statistics
  • Averages
  • Geometry (Plane shapes)
  • Solid shapes
  • Angles
  • Construction

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS JSS2

FIRST TERM

  • Whole number and decimal number
  • Prime factors
  • C. M. of whole number
  • C. F. of whole number
  • Square root
  • Fractions (ratios, decimals and percentages)
  • Commercial Arithmetic
  • Approximation
  • Multiplication and division of directed numbers

SECOND TERN

  • Algebraic expression
  • Algebraic expression
  • Simple Equation
  • Linear inequality
  • Graph of linear Inequality
  • Plane shapes
  • Scale drawing
  • Estimation

THIRD TERM

  • Angles between lines
  • Angles in a polygon
  • Pythagoras theorem
  • Statistics
  • Probability
  • Areas and volume of cylinder
  • Volume of a cone
  • Mean, median and mode

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS JSS3

FIRST TERM

Number Bases

  • Converting decimal to other  bases
  • Converting other bases to base ten

Number Bases

  • Multiplication and division in non-decimal bases.

Computer Application

  • Use of punch cards to store information. b.Translating information on punch cards to coded form. Writing familiar words in coded form.

Word Problems

  1. Translating word problems into numerical expression.
  2. Interpretation of word problems involving sum and difference into numerical

Interpretation of word problems involving product and division into numerical

  1. Combining division, product with sum and difference in word

Proportion and Variation

  1. Direct and inverse proportion. b.Direct and inverse variation. c.Joint and partial variation

Approximations

  1. Approximating to decimal places and significant figures.
  2. Calculating and approximating to whole numbers.
  3. Calculating and approximating to given significant figures.

Factorization

  • Removing brackets
  • Factorization of taking common factors.
  • Simplifying calculation by factorization.
  • Factorization of quadratic expression
  • Factorization of perfect squares.
  • Factorization of difference of two squares.

Compound

2ND TERM

1 Simple equation involving fractions.

Word problems involving

Simultaneous Equation

  • Elimination Method
  • Substitution Method

Simultaneous Equation

  • Graphical Method
  • Word problems leading to simultaneous equation

Similar Shapes

  • Calculation of similar
  • Change of Subject Formula

Trigonometry

  • Tangent of angles

Trigonometry

  • Sine and cosine of angles

Construction

  • Bisection of line and angle
  • Construction of 90o, 45, 60 and 30
  1. Statistics

Revision of Mean, Medium and Mode

  • Revision of pie charts

SCHEME OF WORK FOR COMPUTER JSSI

Types of screen display

  1. Printers: Functions of printer, types of printer
  2. Speakers
  3. Plotters
  4. Video graphic cards and sound cards etc

FIRST TERM

FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER

Constituents of a Computer

  1. Hard ware: System unit,Peripherals
  2. Soft ware: System software, Application software

Characteristics of a computer with computer Terminology

DATA AND INFORMATION

  • Definitions of data and information
  • Examples of data and information
  • Differences between data and information
  • How the computer process data
  • Diagrammatic representation of a computer

COMPUTATION DEVICES I (PRE-COMPUTER AGE TO 19TH CENTURY)

  • The Abacus
  • Features, components and uses Napier’s Bone
  • Features, components and uses Slide Rule
  • Features, components and uses
  • Pascal’s Calculator, Leibnitz multipliers, Jacquards Loom Charles Babbage
  • Difference and Analytic engine, Augusta Ada Byron, Hollerith Census machine,
  • Punched cards, Burroughs, the comptometer and the cash register.

COMPUTING DEVICES II (20THCENTURY TO DATE)

  • Antana soft Berry computer, Electronic Numerical integrator and calculator
  • Electronic Discrete Variable Automatic Computer Universal Automatic Computer
  • Desktop Personal Computer Laptops and Notebooks
  • Difference between laptop and Notebooks Other forms of portable device.

SECOND TERM

INPUT  DEVICES:

  1. Definition
  2. Types
  3. The computer keyboard: Types, Functions, commands
  4. The mouse: Type, function, features etc
  5. Pointing stick, joy stick, track ball, bar code reader, optical character recognition, magnetic ink character recognition etc.

OUTPUT DEVICES:

  1. Definition
  2. Monitor: Types of monitor

COMPUTER SYSTEM SOFTWARE:

  1. Definitions,
  2. Types
  3. Categories of application packages

PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES:

  1. Definitions
  2. Different level of programming languages
  3. Advantages and disadvantages of the different level of programming language.
  4. FIFTH GENERATION PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE

THIRD TERM

COMMUNICATION SYSTEM:

  1. Definition of I.C.T,
  2. Types of I.C.T
  3. Broadcasting
  4. Telecommunications
  5. Data Networks
  6. Information system and Satellite Communications.

APPLICATION AREAS OF C.T

  1. Tele-conferencing
  2. Tele presence
  3. Tele commuting
  4. Video conferencing
  5. Tele communication and networking
  6. Multimedia message services
  7. Instant messaging

C.T BASED GADGETS

BASIC COMPUTER OPERATIONS

  1. Booting
  2. Description of the booting process
  3. Types of booting
  4. Components of the windows desktop.
  5. Practical’s on other simple basic computer operations.

WORD PROCESSING

  1. Definitions
  2. Examples of Word Processor
  3. Features of Word Processor

PRESENTATION PACKAGE

  1. Definitions
  2. Examples of a presentation package
  3. Features of Word Processor using the presentation package.

SCHEME OF WORK FOR COMPUTER JSS 2

FIRST TERM

  1. Classification of computer
  2. Concept of the computer system, component of computer system
  3. The computer system, the hardware component
  4. The computer system, the software and people ware
  5. Computer software and type of soft ware
  6. Operating system
  7. Unit of storage in computer
  8. Computer files and file organization, data hierarchy

SECOND TERM

  1. Graphic packages I: Meaning and feature of graphic package
  2. Graphic packages II: Paint environment and paint tools and their functions
  3. Drawing with paint
  4. Information and Communication Technology
  5. Internet
  6. Computer ethics: responsible ways of using the computer and internet
  7. Areas of misuse of computer and internet
  8. Revision
  9. Examination

THIRD TERM

  1. Internet I: Creating an email account and how to check email account and send an email
  2. Internet II: Internet environment and chatting on the web, network group
  3. Number bases: Type of number system
  4. Logic gates
  5. Computer professionals
  6. Computer professional bodies
  7. Revision
  8. Examination

SCHEME OF WORK FOR COMPUTER JSS3

FIRST TERM

  1. Internet search engines
  2. Digital divide
  3. Programming languages
  4. Translator
  5. Programming tools
  6. Basic programming language

SECOND TERM

  1. Spreadsheet packages: definition and uses of spreadsheet packages
  2. Spreadsheet packages: features and terminologies
  3. Worksheets: enter data in a work sheet
  4. Worksheets: calculation on work sheets
  5. Graphs: type of graphs

THIRD TERM

  1. Computer virus

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BASIC TECHNOLOGY JSS 1

FIRST TERM

Introduction to technology

Meaning, types and importance

  • Technology workshop and safety
  • Wood as technological material

Classification and properties

  • Metals as technological materials

Identification and properties

  • Ceramics, cement and glass as technological materials

Properties and sources

  • Rubber and plastics as technological materials

Classification and properties

SECOND TERM

  1. Drawing Instruments
  2. Board practice and uses of lines in technical drawing
  3. Free-hand sketching and scale drawing
  4. Woodwork tools I
  5. Woodwork tools II
  6. Tools, measuring, marking out and driving tools
  7. Tools for boring, work holding, cutting and planning

THIRD TERM

  1. Concept of energy and power
  2. Introduction to electronics (electron emission theory)
  3. Electronic circuit components
  4. Building materials and types of
  5. Components of simple domestic buildings and building blueprint
  6. Introduction to maintenance
  7. Introduction to ICT (The Computer)

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BASIC TECHNOLOGY JSS2

1ST TERM

You and technology

Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

  • Analogue and digital communication system and ICT access level
  • First aid materials and uses of first aid
  • Materials and processing

Wood, uses of wood and types of wood

  • Metals, uses of metals and types of metals
  • Ceramics, uses of ceramics and properties of ceramics

Plastics and Rubber

  • Uses of plastics and
  • Types of plastics and rubber
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SECOND TERM

  1. Geometrical Construction
    • Lines
    • Angles
    • Circles
  2. Triangles
    • Quadrilateral
    • Plane figures
  3. Tools and Materials
    • Metal work hand tools
    • Marking out tools
    • Measuring tools
  4. Driving out tools
    • Cutting out tools
  5. Energy Based Technological Appliances (Operation of a pressing iron)
  6. Operation of an electric kettle
  7. Operation of cookers Water heater and gas lamp
  8. Operation of kerosene cooker
  9. Charcoal pressing iron
  10. Wood work machines
  11. Metal work machines
  12. Belt and Chain drill and gears

THIRD TERM

Transmission of electricity

  1. Transmission of electricity at low and high frequency
  2. Components of the transmission system
  3. Building construction and building plan (site preparation)
  4. Mechanical tools used in site preparation
  5. Clearing of vegetation

Setting out

  • Setting out materials

Foundation of building

  • Types of foundation

Introduction to maintenance

  • Simple maintenance

Care of common goods and domestic goods

  • Care of domestic goods continues
  • Maintenance of furniture, table, chair, bed,etc

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BASIC TECHNOLOGY JSS 3

FIRST TERM

Career prospects and opportunities

  • Technology related to career

Production of materials

  • Conversion and seasoning of timber
  • Methods of seasoning

Veneer and manufactured boards

  • Methods of cutting veneers

Drawing practice

  • Technical drawing

Tools and machines

  • Workshop rules and regulations

Simple wood work project

  • Wood joints constructions

Non-wood materials

Joining of wooden pieces with fasteners and fitting

Floors, doors and windows

THIRD TERM

Revision and Technical drawing

  • Isometric drawing
  • Orthographic drawing

SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS 1

1ST TERM

Week 1:

  • Introduction to speech production
  • Vocabulary associated with building portative’s
  • Introduction to literature 1 functions

Week 2:

The discounted fish Vowel / / and /D/

Vocabulary associated with transport Genres of literature-prose and poetry

Week 3: Adjectives

Consonants /f/ and /v/

How to make a candle stand

Feature of drama as a genre of literature

Week 4: Vowels / / Nouns

Vocabulary associated with home and family figure of speech

Week 5: Writing composition using simple sentences /paragraphing

Week 6: The simple English sentence Vowels /i/ and /s/

Poem analysis

Week 7: Consonant /p/ and /b/ Noun phrases and quantifies

The zeal for secondary school I the day school began (Folklore)

Week 8: Verbs

Vocabulary associated with the school

SECOND TERM

Mechanical energy (friction and its effect)

informal letters

Play analysis of ‘Tears of a Bride”

  • Advantages and disadvantages of friction
  • Lubrication and its importance

Gears, Belt and Chain-drive

  • Gears ratio and speed ratio
  • Calculation of gear ratio and speed ratio

Motion and types of motion

  • Devices that exhibit rotary motion
  • Conversion of rotary motion to linear motion

Laws of motion

  • Newton’s first, second and third laws of motion

Air flow and pneumatics

  • Bernaulli’s principle
  • Hydraulic presses and pneumatic devices
  • Water wheels
  • Turbines etc
  • Method of joining metals. E.g soldering and types
  • Welding and types of welding
  • Forging, riveting, belt and nuts

Consonants /t/ and /d/ Hard work has a reward Articles

Play analysis of ‘Tears of a Bride’ By Oyekunle Oyedeli

SECOND TERM

Week 1: Subject and object pronouns and possession

Debate writing

Vocabulary associated with the market literary appreciation

Week 2: Vowels/u:/ and / / Singular and plural verbs The verb phrase Prepositions

Vocabulary associated with water transfer

folklore

Week 3: Partitives

Vocabulary associated with rail transport Vowel s / / and / /

Narrative essay Legends

Week 4: Adverbs and adverbials Consonants /k/ and /g/

Consonant clusters

Vocabulary associated with farming thematic analysis

Week 5: The founding of Benin Kingdom

SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS 2

1ST TERM

Week 1 Revision of vowels

Vowels / / /I /, /I / / and /a:/

The parts of speech/Negative statements Vocabulary associated  with  health Reading comprehension (to understand the

writer’s purpose)

Prose:

The meaning and type’s chapters 1 and II of text book Week

2: Falling and rising intonation in statements.

Week 7: Compound sentence Conjunctions

Vocabulary associated with agriculture Adjective

Figure of speech Vowel  / / Letter writing Informal letters

Simple sentences Consonants /ts/ / /

THIRD TERM

Week 1: Punctuation marks – Hyphen, colon, Brackets and apostrophe

Vocabulary associated with Islamic religions vowel

Week 2: Complex Sentences relative clauses Register associated with government and polities

Consonant /o/ and / / Tears of a bride

Week 3: Future Tenses Vowel /e/ Apostrophes ( ) The police

Tears of a Bride continued

Week 4: Report writing Consonants / / and / /

Vocabulary associated with corruption Poetry my mother

Week 5: Preposition in phrases of time Capital letters

Reading from main ideas Wrong decision

Week 6: Duration –while+ clauses, until + phrases

Vocabulary associated with cultism The taxi driver

Week 7: Complex sentences adverbial clauses vowel / /

Yes/No questions and tag questions Words associated with health

Guided composition-writing title, using capital letters and punctuation

Chapters 3, 4 and 5

Week 3: Vowels /   /   / / u: / and /u / Nouns and plural nouns

Vocabulary associated with administrative setting

Countable and uncountable nouns Chapters 6 , 7, and 8

Week 4: Consonants /m/ / / / / and /r/

Commands

Words associated with administrative setting

Continuous writing – Linkers

The themes characters and plot of the novel

Week 5:

Intonation patterns in commands and questions

Wh – questions

Reading to identify the meanings of words in various Contexts, facts, opinion

What is drama, different forms , elements and dramatic devices Vowels / / / / / /

Week 6: Request

Words associated with banking/religion Poetry – some poetic devices, types of

poem

and the poem, the land of unease

Week 7: Consonants /h/ / w / and / j/ Informal letters

Reading for speed, facts and meanings of words in various contexts

Reporting statements Drama.

SECOND TERM

Vowel

The use of semi colons c: y Drama : C prose

Week 8:

Consonants / / and / / Writing a diary

Obedience

Week 1:

  • Consonant clusters
  • Reporting questions
  • Government and politics Exposition – the Atmosphere Prose

Week: 2

  • The Diphthongs;
  • Reporting commands  and request
  • Government and politics Exposition
  • Prose
  • Formal/informal letters Drama

Week; 7

  • Poem
  • Reading

Week : 3

  • Diphthongs
  • Comprehension
  • Drama
  • adverbs
  • Comparative and superlative adjectives and
  • Government and politics
  • Reading comprehension – persuasion Prose

Week: 8 Active/passive verbs

Rhyme and rhythmus in:

poems

Drama.

Week: 4

Weak forms Intensifiers

Law and orders Formal letter Prose

Week: 5

Word boundary

Adverbs and other

forms

Law and order Argument Poetry

Week: 6

Compound words

Prepositions of places and location

Reading to identify the

meanings of words in various context

Poetry  Formal letters

Week: 7

Drama

THIRD TERM

Week: 1 Phrases commonly used in speech Adverbials – The future

Mass media Towards summary Prose

Week: 2 Questions and their  tags Adverbial – Adverbs of frequency Mass media

Towards summary Prose

Week: 3 Vowels, diphthongs in mixed pairs Cause and reason

Petroleum and mining Report writing

Prose

Week: 4 Consonant clusters

Forms for expressing purpose Petroleum and mining Summary

Week: 5 Strong and weak forms of words Adverbials – forms for expressing condition

Petroleum – Vocabulary

Continuous writing: my school/a market

Prose

Week: 6 Contrasting statements Cake making

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BASIC SCIENCE JSS 1

1ST TERM

  1. Family Health(cleanliness)
  2. Nutrition
  3. Environmental Conservation and Safety (Maintaining Balance)
  4. Environmental Conservation and Safety(Sanitation)
  5. Disease Vector
  6. Immunization and prevention of STIs (HIV/AIDS)
  7. Drug Abuse
  8. The Earth in Space

2nd TERM

Disease Prevention Immunization

Prevention of STIs HIV/AIDS Drug Abuse

The Earth In Space – the Solar System Matter – Definition and State

Living Things – characteristics Differences between Plants and Animals Activities of living things

Non-living things

Gravitation and Weightlessness

3rd TERM

  1. Gravitation and Weightlessness
  2. Space Travel
  3. Satellites
  4. Energy
  5. Renewable and Non-Renewable energy
  6. Force
  7. Friction

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BASIC SCIENCE JSS 2

1ST TERM

  1. Family health(Diseased)
  2. Environmental pollution
  3. Drug abuse
  4. Habitat
  5. Uniqueness of man

2nd Term

  1. Changes in matter
  2. Changes in living things
  3. The human skeletal system
  4. The human  respiratory system
  5. The human  circulatory system
  6. The human digestive system
  7. The human reproductive system
  8. Excretion

3rd Term

  1. Information and communication Technology
  2. Crude oil  and petroleum
  3. Work energy and power
  4. Simple machine
  5. Wheel and aocle
  6. The screw jack
  7. Levers
  8. Gears

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BASIC SCIENCE JSS 3

1ST TERM

  1. Family Traits Genetics
  2. Soil Erosion
  3. Flooding
  4. Bush Burning
  5. Deforestation
  6. Desertification
  7. Depletion of the Ozone Layer and its Effects
  8. Drug Abuse

SECOND TERM

  1. Metabolism in the Human Body
  2. Sense Organs
  3. Reproductive Health
  4. Chemical Symbols, Formula and Equations
  5. Atomic Structure
  6. Resources from Living Things
  7. Resources from Non-Living Things

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