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SCHEME OF WORK 2015/2016

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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

 

JSS 1

2ND TERM

  1. Shot put
  2. Ball games (soccer)
  3. Volley Ball

 

JSS 1

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR PHE

JSS 2

1ST TERM

  1. Sports and Society
  2. Human Trafficking
  3. Sports Laws
  4. Careers and branches of Physical and Health Education
  5. Long Distance Races
  6. Relay Races
  7. Tennis Game
  8. Accident and safety Education

JSS 2

2ND TERM

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

JSS 2

3RD TERM

Recreation and Leisure

Hand ball Game

Consumer Health

Jiulo

Karate

Swimming

Non-Communicable Diseases

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR PHE

JSS 3

1ST TERM

 

WEEKS                        TOPIC

Violence in Sport

HIV/Aids Education

Qualification and functions of specialists in physical and HEALTH EDUCATION,

Nigerian SPORTS HERPES Heroines and Professional and PROFESSIONALS

Javelin Throw

Field Hockey

Pole Vault

JSS 3

2ND TERM

1              Family life education

2             Physical and Health Education Agencies and Career opportunities

3              Ageing and Death Education

4             Drug use, Misuse and Abuse

5             Combined events (Pentathlon and   decathlon

6             Physical fitness

7              Gymnastics

8              Common Sports Injuries and   First Aid Procedures

JSS 3

3RD TERM

1              Nutrition for Special Groups

2              Taekwondo

3              Boxing

4             Wushu Kung-Fu

5              Dance

6              Computer Games

7              Strokes in Swimming

8            Communicable Diseases

9              Non-Communicable Diseases

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BUSINESS STUDIES

 

JSS 1

FIRST TERM

  1. Introduction to business studies

-Objectives of business studies

-Branches of business studies

  1. What is an office? Types of office.

-Advantages of a closed office

-Disadvantages of closed office

-Advantages of an open office

-Disadvantages of open office

  1. Source documents i.e. cheque, receipt, invoices, local purchase order, Why are                                 cheques dishonored?
  2. What is a ledger?

Properties of ledger, sample drawing of ledger allount.

  1. Terms associated with the ledger and double entry.

JSS1

SECOND TERM

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

 

JSS 1

THIRD TERM

  1. Production. 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 consumers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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 cash book
  2. Double column cash book
  3. Double column cash book with contra entry

JSS 2

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

JSS 2

THIRD TERM

Insurance

Meaning

Terms used in insurance

Types of insurance

Risks that cannot be insured

Advantages of Insurance

  1. METHODS OF BUYING

Sample method

Inspection Method

Description and grade method

Auction method

  1. 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

Exercises.

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BUSINESS STUDIES

JSS 3

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

JSS 3

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

 

JSS 3

THIRD TERM

  1. Communication
  2. Office equipment
  3. Consumer protection

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR C. R. S.

JSS 1

FIRST TERM

  1. Attributes of God
  2. The definition of God
  3. Attributes of God
  4. Names of God in local languages

Biblical account of the creation

Biblical account of the creation

Purpose of creation

Why God created human beings

Accounts of the first set of human beings created by God

Differences between living and non living things

Bringing anew life into being

Meaning of marriage

The two types of family

Functions of marriage

Human beings share in God’s creative activities

Disobedience

What is disobedience

Biblical account of the human disobedience

Consequences of Adam and Eve ‘s disobedience

Selfishness is the basic cause of all sins

Disobedience and its consequence by learner

Disobedience against the national law

  1. Reconciliation
  2. Meaning of reconciliation
  3. Conditions necessary for reconciliation
  4. Ways of reconciling broken relationship
  5. The need to forgive those who wrong us
  6. Strong desire for power breaks relationship
  7. Need to forgive and reconcile in the society

JSS 1

SECOND TERM

Relationship in the family

Meaning and types of family

Family members

Different roles of members of the family

Concept of good family home

  1. Relationship in the school
  2. Name of school principal, subject teaches and prefects
  3. Choosing friends at school
  4. Friendship between David and Jonathan
  5. Influence of bad friends
  6. Relationship in the community identification of the names of
  7. Community leaders
  8. Ways of sustaining relationship in the community
  9. Respect for leaders
  10. Relationship in the church
  11. Ways of sustaining relationship in the church
  12. Ways the church care for the needy
  13. Religious tolerance
  14.          They study of the bible
  15. Personal experience of God

 

  1. Obeying the golden rule
  2. Love for brothers and sisters
  3. Maintaining relationship in the church
  4. Relationship with God
  5. Relationship with God through prayer

JSS 1

THIRD TERM

  1. Call to repentance
  2. The people of Nineveh repented of their sins
  3. John the Baptist call for repentance

 

  1. Call to repentance
  2. Identification of consequences of lack of repentance
  3. Discussion of consequences of lack repentance

 

  1. Call to obedience
  2. Meaning of obedience
  3. Abraham obey’s God’s call

 

  1. Call to obedience
  2. Blessings from obeying God’s call
  3. Abraham demonstrates his obedience in the sacrifice of Isaac
  4. Dramatist the story of the sacrifice of Isaac

Service

  1. Meaning of service
  2. Examples of people who served in the bible

 

Joseph is sold to Egypt

  1. Joseph serves in Egypt
  2. Ruth’s faithfulness in service
  3. lessons from the service of Joseph and Ruth
  4. Life in God’s service
  5. Qualities of some Nigerian leaders past and present

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR C. R. S.

JSS 2

FIRST TERM

THEME:                THE EARLY LIFE OF JESUS CHRIST

WEEK    1:            The birth of Jesus Christ, the annunciation

WEEK    2:            The visit of the shepherds and the visit of the magi

WEEK    3:            The value of virginity before and after marriage

WEEK    4:            Presentation of Jesus in the temple

WEEK    5:            First continuous assessment test

Jesus and his family

WEEK    6:            Mid-term break

WEEK    7:            The ministry of Jesus Christ

The baptism of Jesus Christ

The temptation of Jesus Christ

WEEK    8:            Call of the disciples demands of discipleship

WEEK    9:            The demands of discipleship

WEEK    10:          Revision

WEEK    11:          Examination

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

WEEK    1:            The mission of the disciples

The mission of the twelve

The mission of the seventy

WEEK    2:            Jesus’ teaching on the mount/demands of the kingdom

WEEK    3:            Jesus Christ teaching in parables

WEEK    4:            The miracles of Jesus Christ

WEEK    5:            First continuous test

WEEK    6:            Jesus Christ’s power over death

WEEK    7:            Mid Term Break

WEEK    8:            Jesus subjected himself to civil and religious laws

WEEK    9:            Second continuous assessment test

WEEK    10:          Examination

JSS 2

THIRD TERM

THEME: The passion of Jesus Christ

WEEK    1:            The triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem

WEEK    2:            The last super

WEEK    3:            The betrayal and arrest of Jesus Christ

WEEK    4:            The trial of Jesus and Peter’s denial of Jesus

WEEK    5:            First continuous assessment test

WEEK    6:            The crucifixion, death and burial of Jesus Christ

WEEK    7:            Mid term break

WEEK    8:            The resurrection and appearances of Jesus Christ

WEEK    9:            The great commission and ascension of Jesus Christ

WEEK    10:          Second continuous assessment test

WEEK    11:          Revision

WEEK    12:          Examination

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR C. R. S.

JSS 3

FIRST TERM

THEME:                  The beginning of the church

WEEK      1:             The promise of the Holy Spirit

WEEK      2:             The coming of the Holy Spirit

WEEK      3:             Fellowship in the early church/ opposition to the gospel message    

WEEK      4:             Arrest and Martyrdom of Stephen

WEEK      5:             1st continuous assessment test

                                Persecution of the church by Saul

WEEK      6:             Mid Term Break

WEEK      7:             Martyrdom of James/Philips mission to Samaria

WEEK      8:             Healing miracles of Peter:   The raising of Dorcas

WEEK      9:             Peter converts Cornelius

                                                                Peter’s divine release from                                                   

JSS 3

SECOND TERM

THEME:                  Life and Teaching of Paul

WEEK      1:             Paul’s early life and conversion

                                The missionary activities of Paul

                                Paul and Barnabas at Antioch of Pisidia

                                Paul and Barnabas at Iconium

WEEK      2:             The church council in Jerusalem

WEEK     3:            The Second Missionary Journey

                                Paul’s visit to Philippi

                                Paul’s visit to Athens

                                Paul’s visit to Corinth

WEEK      4:             Paul’s visit to Ephesus

WEEK      5:             First Continuous Assessment Test

WEEK      6.             Mid Term Break

WEEK      7:             Some of Paul’s teaching

                                Paul’s teaching on dignity of labour

                                Paul’s teaching on obedience to Authority

WEEK      8:             Paul and trials

                                Paul Arrival at Jerusalem arrest

                                Paul’s trial before Jewish council and the plot to kin*

WEEK      9:             Paul before Felix

                                Paul before Festus

WEEK      10:           Paul before Agrippa and Bernice

WEEK      11:           Examination

 

JSS 3

THIRD TERM

WEEK      1:             The Christian church today

                                The great commission and the growth of the church

WEEK      2:             New Religious Movement in Nigeria

WEEK      3:             Christian cooperation/unity

WEEK      4:             The Christian church in society

WEEK      5:             Christian giving

WEEK      6:             Mid term break

WEEK      7:             Faith and works

                                Humility

WEEK      8:             Impartiality

                                Forgiveness

WEEK      9:             Christian living Among no Christians

WEEK      10:           Peaceful coesseistence

WEEK      11:           Revision

WEEK      12:           Examination

 

                                                                                

                               

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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

 

JSS 3

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

 

JSS 3

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR HOME ECONOMIC

JSS 1

FIRST TERM

INTRODUCTION OF HOME ECONOMICS

A             Meaning of home economics

B             Areas of home economic

C             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

C             The signs of STI

D             prevention of STI

E              HIV/AIDS

THE RIGHT OF A CHILD

A             Meaning of right

B             Types of right

C             Who a child is

D             The right of a child

E              Right violation and what to do

JSS1

SECOND TERM

FAMILY NEEDS

A             Family needs, goals and standards

B             Meaning and types of family needs and wants

C             Meaning of family goals and standards

RELATIONSHIP AMONG FAMILY NEEDS

A             Goals and standards

B             Uses of family needs, goals and standard in resource management

C             Family resource4s and management

HEALTHY FEEDING PRACTICES

A             Healthy feeding practices

B             Healthy eating habits

C             Effects of unhealthy eating habits

D             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

A             Meaning of drug abuse

B             Effects of drug abuse in the body

JSS 1

THIRD TERM

RESOURCES

A             Meaning of family resources

B             Types of family resources

C             Importance of resources

DECISIONS MAKING

A             Meaning of decision making

B             Steps in decision making

C             Simple personal and family decisions

 

 

FOOD PURCHASING

A             Meaning of food purchasing

B             Meaning of food processing

C             Meaning of food preservation

 

D             Meaning of food safety

FOOD

A             Identification of perishable food

B             Identification of non perishable foods

C             Risk factors in purchasing

FOOD

A             Factor to consider when buying food

B             Wise buying practices

FOOD

A             Food processing methods

B             How to keep food safe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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

 

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

Family conflict

Family crisis

Food and nutrition – food nutrients

Food hygiene and food preparation

Managing of family clothing

Household linen

 

JSS 2

THIRD TERM

Family house

Maintenance of family house

Seam and seam finishes

Edge finishes

Body measurement and pattern drafting

Introduction to textiles studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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

 

JSS 3

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CIVIC EDUCATION

JSS 1

FIRST TERM

WEEK    1              Value definition

WEEK    2              Meaning and objective

WEEK    3              Values meaning and importance

WEEK    4              Levels of manifestation of value individual and society level

WEEK    5              IST C. A. T

WEEK    6              MID TERM BREAK

WEEK    7              Factors that Promote Good Value System

WEEK    8              Types of values honesty: meaning and attributes

WEEK    9              Benefits of honesty and consequences of dishonesty

WEEK    10           Examination

 

JSS2

SECOND TERM

WEEK    1             Types of value II cooperation-meaning factors promoting                                             cooperation, attributes, beliefs and types

WEEK    2             Types of values III self reliance meaning basis and attributes

WEEK    3             Benefits of self reliance & consequences of undiscovered talents                                                 and undeveloped skills

WEEK    4             Citizenship meaning and types of citizenship

WEEK    5             1st C. A. T.

WEEK    6             Process of becoming a citizen through naturalization and registration

WEEK0 7             MID TERM BREAK

WEEK    8             Rights ad duties of a citizen

WEEK    9             2nd Term exam

WEEK    10          Exam

WEEK    11           Vacation

 

JSS2

THIRD TERM

WEEK    1             (i) Processes of becoming a citizen

(ii)Rights and duties of a citizen

WEEK    2             Rights and duties of a citizen

WEEK    3             National consciousness meaning

WEEK    4             Nigeria‘s national symbols and their meaning

WEEK    5             1st C.A.T.

WEEK    6              Measures adopted to promote unity among Nigerians

WEEK    7              MID TERM BREAK

WEEK    8             National anthem and pledge

WEEK    9             Democracy meaning and characteristic

WEEK    10          Revision

WEEK    11          Examination

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CIVIC EDUCATION

JSS 3

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 Behaviour- 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

JSS 3

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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

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

  1. CULTISM

Meaning of cultism

reasons for membership

Effects

Measures of reducing cultism

  1. 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

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

  1. LIVING TOGETHER IN THE FAMILY

Definition of family

Conditions for living together as a family

Roles performed by individual in the family

(a) Father   (b)   Mother     (c)   Children

  1. MEANING OF CULTURE

Types of culture

Characteristics of culture

Types of food in our culture

 

  1. COMMON DRESSES IN OUR CULTURE

Dress codes for selected culture

Factors that influence dress selection

  1. COMMON HAIRSTYLES

Hairstyles for women and men

Care of the hair

Adornments

Usefulness of Adornments

  1. Religion

Meaning and types of religion

Similarities of our religion

  1. 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

  1. HOME APPLANCES

Usefulness of ach appliances

Dangers in the wrong use of appliances

Correct ways of using electrical appliance

JSS 2

THIRD TERM

  1. ACCIDENT IN THE SCHOOL

Meaning of accident

Types of school accident

Causes of accident

Prevention of school accidents

  1. GENDER ROLES

Gender similarities/differences

Gender discrimination

Consequences & solution of gender discrimination

  1. STORAGE

Meaning of storage

Methods of storing things

Benefits of storing things

  1. Savings

Meaning of saving

Reasons for saving money

Method of saving money

  1. WHAT IS A BANK?

(i)            Advantages of keeping money in banks

(ii)           Problems associated with banking

(iii)          Prospects of banking operation in Nigeria

  1. RESOURCES

Meaning and types of resources

Usefulness of resources to man

Conservation of environmental resources

  1. HARMFUL SUBSTANCE

Types of harmful substance to men

Prevention of intake of harmful substance

  1. 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

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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

  1. HARMFUL TRADITIONAL PRACTICES

Definition

Types of harmful traditional practices in Nigeria

Measures of preventing harmful traditional practices

  1. POPULATION

Meaning of population

Basic units of population

Factors in securing population growth and control

  1. FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION

Meaning of family life education

Population and resources available

Family size and consequences

Census

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR SOCIAL STUDIES

JSS 3

SECOND TERM

  1. ECONOMIC INSTITUTION IN NIGERIA

Banks

Functions of commercial banks

Functions of central banks of Nigeria

  1. INSURANCES

Types of insurance

Functions of insurance

Nigeria deposit insurance corporation (NDIC)

Roles of NDIC

 

  1. NIGERIAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Security and exchange commission

What is a share?

Roles of Nigerian stock exchange

Roles of securities and exchange

 

  1. TRANSPORTATION

Types of transportation

Advantages of various types

Disadvantage of air, sea and road transport

 

  1. GLOBAL INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

(i)            Reasons for global international co-operation

(ii)           Strategies for achieving global international cooperation

Consequence of global international co-operation

 

  1.       INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT

Causes of international conflict solutions

 

COMMON CRIMES AND ASSOCIATED PUNISHMENT

Crimes and national security

 

Scheme of work for jss3 3rd term

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS

JSS 1

FIRST TERM

1              Number and numeration (writing in figure)

2              L. C. M. of whole numbers

3              H. C. F. of whole numbers

4              Fractions

  1. Changing proper fractions to improper fraction and vice versa
  2. Changing improper fractions to mixed number. Vice versa
  3. Equivalent fractions

5              Addition and subtraction of fractions

6              Multiplication and division of fractions

7              BODMAS of fractions

8              Estimation

JSSS 1

SECOND TERM

1              Approximation

2              Number base – changing to binary numbers

3              Addition and subtraction of number base

4              Multiplication of number base

5              Basic operations(place value)

6              BODMAS

7              Decimal(Addition and subtraction)

8              Aigebraic process

9              Word problem in Aigrbra

JSS 1

THIRD TERM

1              Word problem in symbolic terms

2              Simple equations

3              Statistics

4              Averages

5              Geometry(Plane shapes)

6              Solidshaoes

7              Angles

8              Construction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS

JSS2

FIRST TERM

1              Whole number and decimal number

2              Prime factors

3              L. C. M. of whole number

4              H. C. F. of whole number

5              Square root

6              Fractions (ratios, decimals and percentages)

7              Commercial Arithmetic

8              Approximation

9              Multiplication and division of directed numbers

 

JSS 2

SECOND TERN

1              Algebraic expression

2              Algebraic expression

3              Simple equation

4              Linear inequality

5              Graph of linear inequality

6              Plane shapes

7              Scale drawing

8              Estimation

JSS 2

THIRD TERM

1              Angles between lines

2              Angles in a polygon

3              Pythagoras theorem

4              Statistics

5              Probability

6              Areas and volume of cylinder

7              Volume of a cone

8              Mean, median and mode

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS

 

JSS3

FIRST TERM

1            Number Bases

a.Converting decimal to other bases   b.Converting other bases to base ten

2           Number Bases     b.Multiplication and division in non-decimal bases.

3           Computer Application a.Use of punch cards to store information.

b.Translating information on punch cards to coded form.   c.Writingfarmiliar words in coded form.

4           Word Problems

a.Translating word problems into numerical expression. b.Interpretation of word problems involving sum and difference into numerical expression.

c.Interpretation of word problems involving product and division into numerical expression. d.Combining division, product with sum and difference in word problems.

5         Proportion and Variation   a.Direct and inverse proportion.   b.Direct and inverse variation.   c.Joint and partial variation

6         Approximations a.Approximating to decimal places and significant figures. b.Calculating and approximating to whole numbers.     c.Calculating and approximating to given significant figures.

7        Factorization a.Removing brackets   b.Factorization of taking common factors. c.Simplifying calculation by factorization. d.Factorization of quadratic expression e.Factorization of perfect squares. f.Facrorization of difference of two squares.

  1. Compound interest.

2NDTERM

JSS 3

1        Simple equation involving fractions.

– Word problems involving fractions.

2        Simultaneous equation

– Elimination method

– Substitution method

3         Simultaneous equation

– Graphical method

– Word problems leading to simultaneous equation

4           Similar Shapes

– Calculation of similar shapes.

5         Change of Subject Formula

6         Trigonometry

– Tangent of angles

7            Trigonometry

– Sine and cosine of angles

  1. Construction

-Bisection of line and angle

-Construction of 90o, 450, 600 and 300

  1. Statistics

– Revision of mean, medium and mode

-Revision of pie charts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS

JSS1

FIRST TERM

WK 1:    Introduction to art (history/origin)

WK 2:    Introduction to art

WK 3:    Early men and the origin of art and cultural and creative arts.

WK4:     Pre-historic art and culture in Nigeria.

WK 5:    Art and culture in Nigeria

WK 6:    Continuation

WK 7:    Nigeria contemporary artists and the areas of specialization and the European contemporary artist.

WK 8:    Continuation

WK 9:    Exam/Revision

WK 10:  Exam/ Revision

 

JSS 1

SECOND TERM

Fine Art                (Dyeing and Bleaching)

WK 1:    Introduction to local craft

WK 2:    Continuation

WK 3:    Weaving

WK 4:    Tie and dye and Batik materials.

WK 5:    Lines

WK 6:    Moulding

WK 7:    Shading

WK 8:    Music

 

JSS 1

THIRD TERM

Fine Art(Dyeing and Bleaching)

WK 1:    Clay

WK 2:    Continuation

WK 3:    Printing

WK 4:    Repeat pattern and design pattern

WK 5:    Colours

WK 6:    Continuation

WK 7:    Production and puppery

WK 8:    Cultural festivals

WK 9:    Examination Revision

WK 10: Examination Revision

WK 11:  Revision

WK 12: Examination

WK 13: Examination

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR FINE ARTS

JSS 2

FIRST TERM

  1. Art Materials

– Uses/ Care

  1. Art Tools

– Uses/ Cares

  1. Improvisation of art materials and tools
  2. Still Life Drawing

– Composition

– Shading

  1. C. A. Test(Nature Drawing)

6              .Mid- Term

  1. Form of Art

– Creative art

– Literary art

– Auditory art

  1. Element of Art
  2. Same Above
  3. Principles of Art
  4. Revision/Exam

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

  1. Figure drawing

– Definition

– Front view

– Side view

  1. Figure drawing continue

– Full human drawing

– Back view drawing

– ¾ view drawing

  1. Imaginative drawing

– Bread seller

– Orange seller

– Water melon seller, etc.

  1. Colours

– Definition of colours

– Classification of colours

  1. Colour wheel

– Primary colour wheel

– Secondary colour wheel

– Tertiary colour wheel

  1. Colour Application or design/mid-term
  2. Tonal gradation

– Tones

– Intensity

– Tint

  1. Nature Drawing

– Plant- Pawpaw

– Yam- Plantain

  1. Landscape Painting

– School compound

– Village scene

– Market scene

  1. Same above
  2. Revision/Exam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS

JSS 3

FIRST TERM

WK 1:    Still life drawing

WK 2:    Figure drawing

WK 3:    Colour and its composition

WK 4:    Art as a subject

WK 5:    Principles and elements of arts and craft in Nigeria.

WK 6:    Nigeria art culture

WK 7:    Continuation

WK 8:    Embroidery

WK 9:    Arts of ancient West / African culture.

WK 10: General art terminology

JSS 3

SECOND TERM

WK 1:    Elements of dance

WK 2:    Lettering

WK 3:    Package design

WK 4:    Traditional/Nigerian art

WK 5:    Three dimensional art, creation of clay.

MEANING AND TYPES OF CLAY

WK 6:    Landscape and imaginative drawing.

Wk 7:    Knitting and chrochetting

WK 8:    Introduction to tie and dye and batik materials

WK 9:    Examination Revision

JSS 3

THIRD TERM

1              Exams and Practical (Exhibition and Exams).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS

 

SS 2

FIRST TERM

Fine Art                (Dyeing and Bleaching)

WK 1:    Dyeing

WK 2:    Types of dyeing

WK 3:    Techniques of tie and dye.

WK 4:    Styles of tie and dye.

WK 5:    Batik

WK 6:    Bleaching of fabric.

WK 7:    Safety precautions for dyeing and bleaching.

WK 8:    Importance of safety precautions.

WK 9:    Exam/Revision

WK 10: Vacation             

SS 2

SECOND TERM

WK 1:    Contemporary Nigeria art and artist. Art Education and Historian and Foreign Art and their areas of specialization.

WK 2:    Continuation

WK 3:    African history and appreciation art and other West African countries.

WK 4:    Modelling of objects or making of hat with paper and sinamer hat materials and modelling of objects seeds or fruits.

WK 5:    Continuation

WK 6:    A brief survey of the relationship between African and European art.

WK 7:    Ancient Egyptian art and its concept of Egyptian.

WK 8:    Block and pen lettering

WK 9:    Examination/Revision

SS 2

THIRD TERM

WK 1:    Composition of object, the arrangement of objects together.

WK 2:    Uses of shapes and colours in basic design.

WK 3:    Advertising design kind of advertising and graphic art.

WK 4:    Synamey hats

WK 5:    Continuation

WK 6:    Leather work design and decoration painting with brushes, dye appliance, increasing and embroidery processing and treating of leather.

WK 7:    Continuation

WK 8:    Continuation

WK 9:    Examination/Revision

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR EDO LANGUAGE

 

JSS 1

FIRST TERM

Ikun omaemwe

Ola

Ikpo

I fiemwe na kun

Olaba Ikemwi

Ifiemwe Unhukhu

Ifiemwe unhukhu

Ese ne a gben

Ekharha

Esuku

Okha

Ikpede Izola

Emorho kevbe okha Edo

 

EDO LANGUAGE

JSS 1

SECOND TERM

Ikpemwe na kun “Abd nagbeva

Eni kevbe ataeni

Eleta

Ukhuegbe

Otue ne a tue vbe Edo

Ikuimamase “Ikaladerhan”

Itan Edo kevbe ebuemwe

Olaba Ikemwi

Izedu

Owa

Okha kevbe Ikueta

Igho

 

EDO LANGUAGE

JSS 1

THIRD TERM

Ulamwe ihueEghe

Eghe

Ekha kevbe eta

Esum

Izedu

Irro

Uta

Uniauta

Ekharha

Iku Edo

Eseikho

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR EDO LANGUAGE

 

JSS 2

FIRST TERM

Ifiemwena kun

Culture in Edo

Izedu’ translation of English prose

Olabalkemwi

Usueni

Ewannouniaeni

Eki

Itan

Igue festival

Ekharha

Okha – Oukpanovie

 

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

Arrilo

Ebuemwena tie Adolobie

OkhaIgodomigodo

Eletanagben

Otue o gheegbee

Olabalkemwi

Norokpakevbenobun

Emwi no giakakenaika

Izola Edo

Eseikho

Urhu

 

JSS 2

THIRD TERM

Akhegbe

Odaa

Esum

Out Edo

Izomo

Emweowarakevbeemweidolota

Aranmweowakevbeoha

Ogbefuaola

Ikpemwenamomo

Ekharha

Igho

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR EDO LANGUAGE

 

JSS3

FIRST TERM

Igengenezikevbeigengen abo

Prefix and Suffix in Eo

Prose genre in Edo

Norokpakevbenobun

Ikpemwena kun keutagharrieeni

Eghe

Ebuemwe

Ekharha

Eseenana

Ehengbuda

Okha – Idia

Utumweemwikevbeoghearanmwe

 

JSS 3

SECOND TERM

Edo Syllable Structure

Ikpemwenamomo

Ogbefuaola

Eleta nag ben kevbenorokpavbenobun

Iku Edo

Odankevbeolabalkemwi

Eseenana

Otue o gheegbee

Ulamweihue

Ekharha

 

JSS 3

THIRD TEM

Akhegbe

Eseukhukhu

Ekhakevbe eta

Esum

Utakevbearrilo

Emwi n aka kenaika

Eghe

Irro

Elitirreso

Ekharha

Arolghemwiiha

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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 software
  6. Operating system
  7. Unit of storage in computer
  8. Computer files and file organization, data hierarchy
  9. Revision
  10. Examination

 

JSS 2

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 I
  6. Computer ethics: responsible ways of using the computer and internet
  7. Areas of misuse of computer and internet
  8. Revision
  9. Examination

JSS 2

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR COMPUTER

 

JSS3

FIRST TERM

  1. Internet search engines
  2. Dgital divide
  3. Programming languages
  4. Transslator
  5. Programming tools
  6. Basic programming language
  7. Revision
  8. Examination

JSS 3

SECOND TERM

  1. Spreadsheet packages: definition and uses of spreadsheet packages
  2. Spreadsheet packages: features and terminologies
  3. Worksheets: enter data in a worksheet
  4. Worksheets: calculation on worksheets
  5. Graphs: type of graphs
  6. Revision
  7. Examination

JSS 3

THIRD TERM

  1. Computer viruse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS

 

JSS1

FIRST TERM

  1. Number and numeration (writing in figure)
  2. L. C. M. of whole numbers
  3. H. C. F. of whole numbers
  4. Fractions

a.Changing proper fractions to improper fraction and vice versa

b.Changing improper fractions to mixed number. Vice versa

c.Equivalent fractions

  1. Addition and subtraction of fractions
  2. Multiplication and division of fractions
  3. BODMAS of fractions
  4. Estimation

JSS 1

SECOND TERM

  1. Approximation
  2. Number base – changing to binary numbers
  3. Addition and subtraction of number base
  4. Multiplication of number base
  5. Basic operations (place value)
  6. BODMAS
  7. Decimal(Addition and subtraction)
  8. Aigebraic process
  9. Word problem in Aigrbra

JSS 1

THIRD TERM

  1. Word problem in symbolic terms
  2. Simple equations
  3. Statistics
  4. Averages
  5. Geometry (Plane shapes)
  6. Solid shapes
  7. Angles
  8. Construction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION N9ATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MATHEMATICS

 

JSS2

FIRST TERM

  1. Whole number and decimal number
  2. Prime factors
  3. L. C. M. of whole number
  4. H. C. F. of whole number
  5. Square root
  6. Fractions (ratios, decimals and percentages)
  7. Commercial Arithmetic
  8. Approximation
  9. Multiplication and division of directed numbers

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

  1. Algebraic expression
  2. Algebraic expression
  3. Simple equation
  4. Linear inequality
  5. Graph of linear inequality
  6. Plane shapes
  7. Scale drawing
  8. Estimation

JSS 2

THIRD TERM

  1. Angles between lines
  2. Angles in a polygon
  3. Pythagoras theorem
  4. Statistics
  5. Probability
  6. Areas and volume of cylinder
  7. Volume of a cone
  8. Mean, median and mode

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BASIC TECHNOLOGY

 

JSS 1

FIRST TERM

  1. Introduction to technology

– Meaning, types and importance

  1. Technology workshop and safety
  2. Wood as technological material

– Classification and properties

  1. Metals as technological materials

– Identification and properties

  1. Ceramics, cement and glass as technological materials

– Properties and sources

  1. Rubber and plastics as technological materials

– Classification and properties

JSS1

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

– Tools, measuring, marking out and driving tools

  1. Woodwork tools II

– Tools for boring, work holding, cutting and planning

JSS1

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 buildings.
  5. Components of simple domestic buildings and building blueprint
  6. Introduction to maintenance
  7. Introduction to ICT (The Computer)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BASIC TECHNOLOGY

JSS2

1ST TERM

  1. You and technology

– Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

  1. Analogue and digital communication system and ICT access level
  2. First aid materials and uses of first aid
  3. Materials and processing

– Wood, uses of wood and types of wood

  1. Metals, uses of metals and types of metals
  2. Ceramics, uses of ceramics and properties of ceramics
  3. Plastics and Rubber

– Uses of plastics and rubber.

– Types of plastics and rubber

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

  1. Geometrical Construction

– Lines

– Angles

– Circles

  1. Triangles

– Quadrilateral

– Plane figures

  1. Tools and Materials

– Metal work hand tools

– Marking out tools

– Measuring tools

  1. Driving out tools

– Cutting out tools

  1. Energy Based Technological Appliances

– Operation of a pressing iron

– Operation of an electric kettle

– Operation of cookers

Water heater and gas lamp

  1. Operation of kerosene cooker

– Charcoal pressing iron

  1. Wood work machines

– Metal work mechines

  1. Belt and Chain drill and gears

JSS 2

THIRD TERM

  1. Transmission of electricity

– Transmission of electricity at low and high frequency

  1. Components of the transmission system
  2. Building construction and building plan(site preparation)

– Mechanical tools used in site preparation

– Clearing of vegetation

  1. Setting out

– Setting out materials

  1. Foundation of building

– Types of foundation

  1. Introduction to maintenance

– Simple maintenance

  1. Care of common goods and domestic goods

– Care of domestic goods continues

– Maintenance of furniture, table, chair, bed, etc

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BASIC TECHNOLOGY

 

JSS 3

FIRST TERM

  1. Career prospects and opportunities

– Technology related to career

  1. Production of materials

– Conversion and seasoning of timber

– Methods of seasoning

  1. Veneer and manufactured boards

– Methods of cutting veneers

  1. Drawing practice

– Technical drawing

  1. Tools and machines

– Workshop rules and regulations

  1. Simple wood work project

– Wood joints constructions

  1. Non- wood materials
  2. Joining of wooden pieces with fasteners and fitting

 

JSS 3

SECOND TERM

  1. Mechanical energy (friction and its effect)

– Advantages and disadvantages of friction

– Lubrication and its importance

  1. Gears, Belt and Chain drive

– Gears ratio and speed ratio

– Calculation of gear ratio and speed ratio

  1. Motion and types of motion

– Devices that exhibit rotary motion

– Conversion of rotary motion to linear motion

  1. Laws of motion

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

  1. Air flow and pneumatics

– Bernaulli’s principle

  1. Hddraulic presses and pneumatic devices
  2. Water wheels
  3. Turbines etc
  4. Method of joining metals. E.g soldering and types
  5. Welding and types of welding
  6. Forging, riveting, belt and nuts
  7. Floors, doors and windows

 

JSS 3

THIRD TERM

Revision and Technical drawing

– Isometric drawing

– Orthographic drawing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

  1. Figure drawing

– Definition

– Front view

– Side view

  1. Figure drawing continue

– Full human drawing

– Back view drawing

– ¾ view drawing

  1. Imaginative drawing

– Bread seller

– Orange seller

– Water melon seller, etc.

  1. Colours

– Definition of colours

– Classification of colours

  1. Colour wheel

– Primary colour wheel

– Secondary colour wheel

– Tertiary colour wheel

  1. Colour Application or design/mid-term
  2. Tonal gradation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR

 

JSS2

First Term

  1. Integrity – Meaning, attributes; examples of people of integrity and need for people of integrity in the society.
  2. Contentment – Meaning; attributes and effects of lack of contentment
  3. Discipline – Meaning; attributes; benefits and consequences of undisciplined behaviour
  4. Courage – Meaning; types and attributes
  5. Nigeria as a federation – Meaning of federation; Need for federation; characteristics of a federation; sharing of powers between central and state government.
  6. Relationship between Federal, state and local government
  7. List areas of differences among the federal, state and local government
  8. Government – meaning, arms of government: offices and symbols of authority in government: need for checks and balances of power in government.

 

JSS2

SECOND TERM

  1. Leader – meaning, qualities of good leaders: types of leadership, responsibilities of good leadership  
  2. Followership – meaning, types and responsibilities of followership
  3. Consequences of bad leadership on followership
  4. The rule of law- meaning, benefits, offence
  5. The state and the rule of law – state the roles of the legislature, executive, agencies of state

Institutions enforcing the rule of law – the executive, judiciary, the police and the prisons service

  1. Protection of human rights and rule of law- role of individuals and groups
  2. Democracy-meaning, feature, institutions of democracy in Nigeria and pillars of democracy

JSS2

THIRD TERM

  1. Consumer protection – consumer right and responsibilities
  2. Election and voter responsibilities
  3. Electoral Malpractices
  4. Constitutions, independent and post independent constitutions
  5. Supremacy of the constitution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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

                                Folklores

Week 8:                               Verbs

                                Vocabulary associated with the school informal letters

                                Play analysis of ‘Tears of a Bride”

Week:                  Consonants /t/ and /d/

                                Hard work has a reward

                                Articles

                                Play analysis of ‘Tears of a Bride’

                                By Oyekunle Oyedeli

                               

JSS 1

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 folklores

Week 3:                               Partititives

                                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

 

Week 7:                               Compound sentence

                                Conjunctions

Vocabulary associated with agriculture                

Adjective

                                Figure of speech

                                Vowel /   /

                                Letter writing

                                Informal letters

                                Simple sentences

                                Consonants /ts/   /   /

JSS 1

THIRD TERM

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

                                Vocabulary associated with Islamic religions vowel (3 🙂

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 /   /             

                                Vowel /   /

                                The use of semi colons c: y

                                Dramat : C prose

Week 8:                               Consonants /   / and /   /

                                Writing a diary

                                Obedience        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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.

                                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 indentify 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.

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

Week 1:                               Consonant clusters

                                Reporting questions

                                Government and politics

                                Exposition – the Atmosphere

                                Prose

                                Week: 2                               The Diphthongs; / ei/ I /   /   /   /   /

                                                                Reporting commands and request

                                                                Government and politics

                                                                Exposition

                                                                Prose

                               

Week : 3                              Diphthongs /   /   /   / and /   /

                               

                                                                Comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs

                                                                Government and politics

                                                                Reading comprehension – persuasion

                                                                Prose

                                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                                                  

JSS 2

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

                                                                Formal/informal letters

                                                                Drama

                                Week; 7                               Poem

                                                                Reading Comprehension

                                                                Drama

                                Week: 8                               Active/passive verbs

                                                                Rhyme and rhythmus in poems

                                                                Drama.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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

JSS 1

2nd TERM

  1. Disease Prevention
  2. Immunization

3i.             Prevention of STIs HIV/AIDS

  1. Drug Abuse
  2. The Earth In Space – the Solar System

5i            Matter – Definition and State

Ii            Living Things – characteristics

Iii           Differences between Plants and Animals

  1. Activities of living things
  2. Non-living things

8i            Gravitation and Weightlessness

JSS 1

2nd TERM

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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

 

JSS 2

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 digeobive system
  7. The human reproductive system
  8. Excretion

 

JSS 2

2nd 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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

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

 

JSS 3

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MUSIC

 

JSS 1

1ST TERM

                                Definition of musical sound

                                Types of musical sounds

                                Importance of sound in our Environment

                                How to create musical sound

                                Advantages and disadvantages of sound in our environment

                                Definition of music        

                                Categories of music

                                Types of music used in the Western and African continent or world

                                Drawing of staff, clef, alphabets of music, Barlines, Solfa notation,

                                Pitch, Rhythm, timbre musical notes, accidental signs,]

                                Rest signs           

                                Practicals on the voice sound    

 

JSS 1

SECOND TERM

  1. Rhythmic beat counting of musical notes
  2. Rhythmic soifa dictation
  3. Rhythmic clapping
  4. Musical note stemming
  5. Barring of musical notes
  6. Addition and subtraction of musical notes
  7. Introduction of rest signs into a rhythmic beat in a bar
  8. Identification of the various levels of the solfa notations and their
  9. Technical names on a given scale musical signs and symbols musical forms

e.g. Binary ternary and prondo

  1. Dance performance

         Importance of dance

         Structure of dance

         Types of dance

         Practicals on rhythmic beats

         Using any musical instrument

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

JSS 1

THIRD TERM

  1. Definition of folk music

Types of folk music

Importance of folk music

  1. Definition of tones and semitones
  2. Construction of scales and showing of tetra chords
  3. Musical symbols and signs
  4. Musical forms
  5. Construction of ledger lines
  6. Practicals on the recorder

Musical instrument or practicals on folk dance or practicals on any musical piece either sacred or secular

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MUSIC

 

JSS 2

1ST TERM

  1. Continuation of tones and semitones of a scale
  2. Construction of musical scales using ledge line
  3. Key signature

– Types of key signature

– Importance of key signature

  1. History of music

-Western composers. Eg. George Fredrick Handee

– African composers. Eg. Sir Victor Uwaifo

  1. Types of music used in the western history of music

– Types of music used or found in our African Society

  1. Practicals on the key signature

– Using the keyboard piano instrument

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

  1. Sight- Singing
  2. Continuation of the key signature on the flat key notes
  3. Singing in unison and part
  4. Identification of the vocal compass of the human and musical instruments
  5. Breath control in singing
  6. The qualities of a good singer and an armature singer
  7. Substances that can enhance the voice movement or flow and those that can hinder the voice flow
  8. The vocal ranges of humans
  9. Practicals on the voice using any musical piece
  10. Practicals on sight singing

JSS 2

THIRD TERM

  1. Construction of musical scales with and without key signatures
  2. Identification of the differences between the major scales and the minor scales
  3. Time signature

– Types of time signature

– Importance of time signature

  1. History of music

– Western composers. e.g. Johann Sebastian

– African composers. e.g. Evan Sunny Okosun, etc.

  1. Dance(Definition)

– Types of dance

– Importance of dance

– Structure of dance

– Component of dance

  1. Differences between the melodic and the harmonic minor scale
  2. Construction of the natural minor, melodic minor and the harmonic minor scales
  3. Practicals on rhythmic beat timing on the drum-set or.
  4. Practicals on dance performances or
  5. Practicals on rhythmic timing on the keyboard piano

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MUSIC

 

JSS 3

FIRST TERM

  1. (i) Intervals

(ii)           Description of intervals

(III)         Types of intervals

  1. Triads and their intervals

– Types of triads

  1. Transcription of musical notes
  2. 4. Transposition

Types of transpositions

  1. Western and African musical instruments
  2. Popular Western musicians and African musicians
  3. Different period of Western musical history
  4. Practicals on musical instruments like keyboard piano, drum-set, etc.

JSS 3

SECOND TERM

  1. Continuation of history of music in the Western world and African society
  2. Technical notes of musical notes and some musical dynamics
  3. Continuation of notes of musical notes and their various solfa notation on a scale
  4. Period of history of the Western composers
  5. Types of musicians. Eg. Church musicians, secular musicians, popular musicians, classical musicians
  6. Cadences
  7. Conducting pattern
  8. Modulation
  9. Field trip (Excursion)

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CHEMISTRY

 

SS 1

FIRST TERM

  1. Introduction to chemistry
  2. Chemical industries
  3. Atoms molecules, atomiuty
  4. Physical and chemical changes
  5. Electronic configuration
  6. Relative utomic molecular
  7. Atomic mars/atomic number
  8. Chemical symbol
  9. Chemical equation
  10. Empirical formular
  11. Molecular formular
  12. Chemical examination
  13. Chemical laws

 

SS 1

SECOND TERM

  1. Knetic theory of matter
  2. Gas laws

                Boyle’s law

                Charles law

                Combined gas law

                Gay Lussa’s law

                Avogadro’s law

  1. Septanut on techniques
  2. Acids, basis and salt

SS 1

THIRD TERM

  1. Water
  2. Carbon and its compounds
  3. Formation of coal

                Destructive distillation of coal

                Uses of coal

                Properties of carbon

  1. Oxides of carbon

               Carbon cycle

  1. Synthetic gas

                                                Carbonaceous

                                                Tiorxocarbenates (iv) acid

Tiroxrocaronata iv

  1. Hydrocarbons

                Crude oil and natural gas

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

BIOLOGY FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR SSI

 

  1. RECOGNIZING LIVING THINGS

Characteristics of living things

Differences between plants and animals

  1. ORGANISATION OF LIVING THINGS

Levels of organization of living things

Complexity of organization in higher organisms.

  1. CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS

Kingdom Animalia, Kingdom Monera, Kingdom Protista, Kingdom Fungi.

  1. THE CELL

Cell as a living unit of life, Cell forms, Cell structures.

  1. THE CELL AND ITS ENVIRONMENT

 

BIOLOGY SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR SSI

 

  1. SOME PROPERTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE CELL

Nutrition, Importance of nutrition &Plant nutrition.

  1. MECHANISM OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS

Cell respiration, Excretion, Growth, Basis of growth

Types of cell division

Mitosis and meiosis

  1. CELL REACTION TO ITS ENVIRONMENT

Movement

Reproduction

  1. TISSUE AND ITS SUPPORTING SYSTEM – Skeleton
  2. ANIMAL NUTRITION

Food substance

Balance diet

Enzymes

  1. MAMMALIAN TEETH

 

BIOLOGY THIRD TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR SSI

  1. ECOSYSTEM

Ecological concept

Component of an ecosystem

Major biomes of the world

  1. POPULATION STUDIES

Population characteristics

Methods of population studies

  1. FUNCTIONING ECOSYSTEM

Autotrophy and heterotrophy

Food web and trophic level

  1. ENERGY TRANSFORMATION IN NATURE

Energy loss in nature

Laws of thermodynamics

  1. RELEVANCE OF BIOLOGY TO AGRICULTURE

Classification of plants

Effects of agricultural activities on ecological system

.               Pest and diseases of agricultural importance

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

AGRIC SCIENCE FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSSI

 

  1. THE MEANING OF AGRICULTURE

Importance of agriculture

  1. THE ORIGIN OF AGRICULTURE

Development of agriculture

  1. FORMS OF AGRICULTURE

Crop farming

Horticulture

Apiculture

Heliculture

Fishery

Agricultural practices

Areas of specialization in agriculture

Agricultural products

  1. FORMS OF CROP PLANTS

Classification of crop plants

Uses of crop plants

  1. FORMS OF FARM ANIMALS

 

 

AGRIC SCIENCE SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSSI

 

  1. CLASSES AND USES OF CROPS

Life span of crops

Uses of crops

  1. CLASSIFICATION OF FARM ANIMALS

Uses of farm animals

  1. SIMPLE FARM TOOLS

Hand tools and their materials

Uses of farm tools

 

 

AGRIC SCIENCE THIRD TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSSI

 

  1. 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

Marketing agent

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK DYIEING AND BLEACHING

 

WEEK 1.                ELEMENT OF GOOD DESIGN

– Line                   – colour

– Texture            –   form

–   Space

 

WEEK 2.                Qualities of line and the function of line

WEEK 3.                Nature drawing

–   Composition

–   Shading etc.

 

WEEK 4.                Imaginative line drawing and painting

– Bus stop

– Market scene

WEEK 5.                Still life drawing and painting

– Man-made objects

WEEK 6.                Representation of object in drawing and painting

– Drawing                           – Structure

– Composition   – Texture

WEEK 7.                MID TERM BREAK

 

WEEK 8                 Landscape drawing and painting

– Fore –ground

– eye level etc

WEEK 9                 REVISION

 

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK DYIEING AND BLEACHING

 

WEEK 1.                TEXTILES

Definition, the materials and tools use in textile design.

WEEK 2.                TYPES OF TEXTILE DESIGN

Weaving

Dyeing

Bleaching

Printing etc.

WEEK 3.                DESIGN FOR PRINT

Motif (meaning and definition)

Types of motif

WEEK 4.                TIE AND DYE

Definition

Types of tie & dye

Materials use for tie & dye

Tools use for tie & dye

WEEK 5.                STAGE PREPERATION FOR TIE AND DYE

Space

Materials etc

WEEK 6.                MID TERM BREAK

WEEK 7                 COLOURS

Definition of colour

Properties of colour

 

WEEK 8.                CHARACTERISTIC OF COLOURS

Potentials

Warm and cool

Light etc.

WEEK 9.                CLASSIFICATION OF COLOUR

Primary colour

Secondary colour

Tertiary colour

WEEK 10.             PRINTING (SCREEN PRINTING)

Definition

Mono colour printing

Multi colour printing

WEEK 11               REVISION

 

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK DYIEING AND BLEACHING

 

 

WEEK 1                                 WEAVING

Definition of weaving

Types of weaving

 

WEEK 2                                 TIE AND DYE

Types of tie and dye

Process of Appling dye to fabric

 

WEEK 3.                                BATIK

Definition of Batik

Types of Batik

WEEK 4.                                SCREEN PRINTING

Definition

Method of screen printing

WEEK 5.                                BLEACHING

Definition

Types of Bleach

WEEK 6.                                CONTINOUS ASSESSMENT TEST

WEEK 7                                 MID TERM BREAK

WEEK 8                                 AFETY PRECAUTIONS

Definition of safety precaution

Method of safety precaution

Materials use in safety precaution

WEEK 9                                 PACKAGEING

Definition of packageing

Method of packageing

Materials use for packageing

WEEK 10                               REVISION

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK MATHEMATICS

 

  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.
  2. MODULAR ARITHMETIC:

Definition and concept of module arithmetic: Addition, subtraction and multiplication of module arithmetic and applying it to solving life problem.

  1. INDICES: Conversion of numbers to standard form; laws of indices, indicial equations.
  2. 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.

  1. SET: Definition of set, set notation, types of sets, set operation, use of Venn diagrams.
  2. SIMPLE EQUATIONS AND VARIATIONS:

Change of subject of formulae involving bracket, root and powers. Types of variation – direct, inverse, joint and partial.

  1. QUADRATIC EQUATION:

Factorisation, completing the square, formulae and graphical method and obtaining roots from quadratic graphs.

  1. LOGICAL REASONING: Simple and compound statements.

 

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK MATHEMATICS

 

  1. CONSTRUCTION OF ANGLES 30, 45, 60, 90 e.t.c . Triangles, Equivalent angles, Equidistance from 2 points, 2 lines, fixed point and 4 – sides plane figure given certain conditions, locus of given points.
  2. PROOFS OF SOME BASIC THEOREMS IN EUDIDEAN GEOMETRY:

Angle sum of a triangle is 180o, the exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of two interior opposite angles.

  1. RIDERS: Proofs of properties of
  2. Angles on parallel lines
  3. Angles in a polygon

iii.   Congruent angles

  1. Parallelograms and intercept theorem

 

  1. TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS: Sine, cosine and tangent with reference to right angled triangles.
  2. TRIGONOMETRY: Derivation of Trigonometric ratios of 30o, 450o and 60o from drawn angles.
  3. TRIGONOMETRY: Angle of elevation and depression and application of trigonometric ratios.
  4. TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS: In relation to unit circle, Sine and Cosine of various angles.
  5. GRAPH OF SINES AND COSINES USING 15o, 20o, 30o, 60o etc.
  6. LENGTH OF ARC OF CIRCLE

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK MATHEMATICS

 

  1. Perimeters of sectors and segments
  2. Areas of Sectors of a Circle
  3. Areas of Segments of a Circle
  4. Relation between the sector of Circle and the surface of a Cone.
  5. Surface Area and Volume of Shapes – Cube, Cuboid, Cylinder, Pyramids, Cone, and Prism.
  6. Surface Area and Volume of fraction of Cones and Pyramids.
  7. Surface Area and Volume of Compound Shapes.
  8. Data Presentation and frequency distribution tables.
  9. Linear graph, Bar chart and Histograms

Differences between Bar charts and Histograms

  1. Pie chart and frequency polygon.

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK CIVIC EDUCATION

 

1             DEFINITION OF CIVIC EDUCATION

2              VALUES

Definition and types

3              MORAL VALUES

4             SELF DEFENCE

5             COMMUNITY SERVICE

6              HIV/AIDS CONTINUES

7              HIV/AIDS CONTINUES

8             YOUTH EMPOWERMENT

9             IMPORTANCE OF SKILL ACQUISITION

10          REVISION

 

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK CIVIC EDUCATION

 

1              THE STRUCTURE OF GOVERNMENT

2              LAW AND ORDER

3              DEMOCRACY

DEFINITION AND TYPES

4             PILLARS OF DEMOCRACY I.E CONSTITUTION, RULE OF LAW ETC.

5             NATIONALISM

6              UNITED NATION DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

7              TYPES OF HUMAN RIGHTS

 

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK CIVIC EDUCATION

 

1             CULTISM   – ORIGIN

2             CULTISM IN HIGHER INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING IN NIGERIA

3             CONSEQUENCES OF CULTISM

  1. CONSTITUTED AUTHORITY
  2. RESPECT FOR CONSTITUTED AUTHORITY
  3. EMERGENCE OF LEADERSHIP
  4. IMPORTANCE OF CONSTITUTED AUTHORITY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK GOVERNMENT

  1. Definition of the subject matter – government
  2. Basic concepts of government I
  3. Power
  4. Authority
  5. Legitimacy
  6. d. Sovereignty
  7. Democracy
  8. Political Culture and socialization I
  9. g. Socialism
  10. Communism
  11. Capitalism
  12. a. Feudalism
  13. Facism
  14. Totalitarism
  15. Political culture and socialization II
  16. Types and characteristics of Government
  17. Presidential system of Government
  18. Parliamentary or cabinet system of government
  19. Confederal Government, Monarchy and Republicanism
  20. Military Government
  21. Revision

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK  – GOVERNMENT

  1. Constitutions
  2. Functions and types of constitutions
  3. The Structure and Organization of Government – The Executive
  4. Legislature
  5. The Judiciary
  6. Some Basic Principles of Government rules and law
  7. Fundamental Human Rights
  8. Representative Government
  9. Political Participation
  10. Revision

 

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – GOERNMENT

  1. Centralisation and Decentralisation
  2. Delegated Legislation
  3. Citizenship
  4. Political parties
  5. Party system
  6. Pressure Groups I
  7. Pressure Groups II
  8. Revision

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

WEEK 1                 VOC. DEVELOPMENT. Words Associated with Agriculture (crops)

GRAM: Noun and its types

SPOKEN ENG: Voiced/voiceless consonant sounds

Reading Comprehension

Narrative Essay.

 

WEEK 2                 VOC. DEVELOPMENT: Words Associated with Agriculture (livestock farming)

GRAM: Noun/Noun phrase

SPOKEN ENGLISH: Voiced/voiceless consonant sounds

Comprehension

Narrative Essay.

 

WEEK 3                 VOC. DEVELOPMENT: Words Associated with Agriculture (Fisheries)

GRAM: Noun Phrase

SKPOKEN ENGLISH: Consonant sounds

SUMMARY WRITING

Narrative Essay

 

WEEK 4                 VOC. DEVELOPMENT: Words Associated with Agriculture (Farm implements)

GRAM: Noun phrase

SKPKEN ENGLISH: Exercise on consonant sounds

Summary writing

Narrative Essay

 

WEEK 5 CONTINUOS ASSESSMENT TEST

WEEK 6 MID-TERM BREAK

 

WEEK 7                 VOC. DEVELOPMENT: Words Associated with Animal Husbandry

GRAM: Nouns – Number

SPOKEN ENGLISH: Consonant sounds

Comprehension

Descriptive Essay

 

WEEK 8 VOC.      DEVELOPMENT: Words Associated with Animal Husbandry

SPOKEN ENGLIGH: Words of two syllables

Comprehension

Descriptive Essay

Nouns – the possessive care.

 

WEEK 9                 NOUNS: Nominalization

Descriptive Essay

SPOKEN ENGLISH: Words of two syllables.

SUMMARY WRITING

 

WEEK 10               REVISION

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

WEEK 1                 REVISION OF FIRST TERMS WORK

 

WEEK 2                 Vocabulary And Oracy Skill Development

Words Associated with Religion

Christian Religion

Phrasal verbs

Comprehension

 

  1. Vocabulary And Oracy Skill Development

Words Associated with Religion

Phrasal verbs

Comprehension

 

WEEK 5                 Words Associated with Islamic Religion

Phrasal verbs

Continuous Writing (Descriptive Essay)

Summary Writing

 

WEEK 6                 Other Expressions associated with religion

Adjuncts (Adverbs)

Continuous Writing

Formal letter

 

WEEK 7                 Vocabulary and Oracy Skill Development (Antonyms)

Adjuncts (Adverbs)

Synonyms

Complex sentences

 

WEEK 8                 Antonyms

Complex sentences

Letter Writing

Formal letter

 

WEEK 9                 Revision

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

WEEK 1                 REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAM

WEEK 2                 Vocabulary and Oracy skill Development; Words Associated with Profession

  1. Advertising
  2. Some Selected Consonant sounds
  • Class Exercise
  1. Sentence Stress
  2. Consonants followed by /J/

 

WEEK 3                 Words Associated with Advertising

Selected Consonant sounds

Speech writing

Class exercise

Sentence stress

 

WEEK 4                 Selected consonant sounds

Words Associated with stock exchange

Types and functions of subordinate clauses

Class exercise

Consonants followed by K + W

 

WEEK 5                 First Continuous Assessment

 

WEEK 6                 Words commonly miss pelt

Stress

Articles

Class Articles

 

WEEK 7                 Reading comprehension

Stress of words of two syllables

Consonants followed by l

 

WEEK 8                 Summary Writing

Stress of Words of three syllables

Sentence stress

 

WEEK 9                 Stress of Words of three syllables and above

Emphatic stress

Summary Writing

Class exercise

 

WEEK 10               Syllabic consonants / L /

Syllabic consonants / n /

Class exercise

 

WEEK 11               REVISION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK LITERATURE

 

  1. Introduction to Literature

(i)   What is Literature

(ii) Characteristics of Literature

(iii) Functions of Literature

(iv) Genres of Literature

 

  1. Oral Literature

(i) Definition of oral literature

(ii) Characteristics of Literature

 

  1. Introduction to Poetry

(i) Definitions of Poetry

(ii) Qualities of Poetry

 

  1. Elements of Poetry
  2. Types of Poetry
  3. Poetic Techniques

Text: A selection of African and non African Poetry

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK LITERATURE

 

  1. What is drama?
  • Definitions of Drama
  • Origin of Drama
  • Aristotelian Concept

 

  1. Elements of Drama
  2. Types of Drama
  3. Textual Analysis:
  • Background of play Wright
  • The plot
  1. Themes and Dramatic Techniques
  2. CHARACTERISATION
  3. Dramatisation

Texts: She stoops to conquer

Harvest of corruption

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK LITERATURE

  1. Introduction of Prose

(i)   Definition of Prose

(ii) Features of Prose

  1. Types of Prose

(i) Fictional Prose

  1. Types of Prose
  2. Narrative Techniques
  3. Textual Analysis

Texts: Faceless by Amma Darko

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK C.R.S

 

  1. The Sovereignty of God
  2. The Covenant

i   Covenant with Abraham

  1. God’s Covenant with Israel
  2. The New Covenant
  3. Leadership
  4. Joseph as a leader
  5. Moses as a leader

 

  1. Joshua as a leader
  2. Deborah as a leader
  3. God’s Care for His people
  4. Guidance ii. Provision   (iii) Protection
  5. Parental Responsibility

Eli and Samuel

  1. Saul disobedience and its consequences

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK C.R.S

 

  1. A man after God’s own heart

(a) Submission to the will of God

(b) Repentance and forgiveness

  1. Making decision

(a) Solomon’s wisdom

(b) Unwise decision of Solomon and Rehoboam.

  1. Greed and its consequences

(a) Ahab and Naboth’s vineyard

(b)Gehazi

 

  1. Religions Tension
  2. Elijah at mountain Carmel and the Renewal of his faith.
  3. i. Josiah Religions Reforms
  4. The Condition of the nation.
  5. Response to the state of the nation.

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK C.R.S

  1. (i) Faith and Courage – Daniel 3:1-30

(ii) Faith and power   –   Daniel 6:1-28

  1. The messenger and the message – Jonah 1:1-17, 2:1-10, 4, 3:1-10, 4:1-11

Social Justice – Amos 2: 6-8, 4:1-13, 5:1-20, 8:4-14

3              True Religion – Amos 2:8, 4:4-5, 5:4-6, 18-24, 7:10-17

  1. Man’s response to the love of God

Hosea 6:1-11, 14

Holiness of God – Isaiah 1:10-20, 6:1-7

  1. Divine Call – Isaiah 6:8-13 Jeremiah 1:4-10

Mission to the Exile – Ezekiel 3:1-27

  1. Punishment and Hope – Jeremiah 2, 5:14-19, 32:26-35, Ezekiel 18, Jeremiah 3:11-18, 4:1-2, 14

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – TECHNICAL DRAWING

 

  1. Drawing materials and equipment
  2. Board practice
  3. Safe working habits
  4. Lines and line work
  5. Construction of Angles and Triangles
  6. Construction of Circles and Triangles
  7. Construction of Quadrilaterals.

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – TECHNICAL DRAWING

 

  1. Construction of Polygons
  2. Construction of Scales
  3. Enlargement and Reduction of Plain Figures
  4. Construction of Equal Areas of Similar Figures
  5. Tangents and Tangency

 

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – TECHNICAL DRAWING

 

  1. Construction of Special Curves
  2. True Lengths and Surface Development
  3. Dimensioning Techniques
  4. Isometric Drawing
  5. Oblique Drawing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – ECONOMICS

 

WEEK 1                 Meaning and Scope of Economics

Definition, Scope,

Economics as a Science and Social Science

Why do we study economics?

 

WEEK 2                 Basic Concepts in Economics

The concept of want, scarcity, choice, scale of preference and opportunity cost

Economic goods and free goods

Basic Economic problems of the society

 

WEEK 3                 Basic Tools of Economic Analysis

Tables, charts, pictograms, graph etc

Pie chart, Linear Equation

 

WWEK 4.              Measures of Central Tendency – Mean, median, mode.

 

WEEK 5.                Measures of Dispersion – Range, Variance, Standard Derivation.

WEEK 6.                Economic systems e.g capitalist, socialist etc.

WEEK 7                 Theory of Production – Definition, factors of production, their importance & characteristics,

Reward for factors of production.

 

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – ECONOMICS

WEEK 1                 Labour market

Meaning of labour market and labour force

Efficiency of labour

Mobility of labour

Factors affecting size of labour force

WEEK 2                 Business Organisation

Firm and Industry

Types and basic features of business enterprises

General and specific problems of business enterprises

Private and public companies

Characteristics

WEEK 3                 POPULATION

Meaning

Determinants and Implications of population and population growth

Theories of population: Malthusian and demographic transition theory

Population distribution, types of population and the implication on the society

Population census, importance and problems

Rural-urban migration.

WEEK 4.                Agriculture and mining

Meaning of Agriculture and mining

The components of Agriculture

The main features of the various systems of Agriculture

The importance of Agriculture to economic development in Nigeria.

Location of mineral deposits in Nigeria

WEEK 5                 Financial Institutions

Meaning of financial institutions

Types and functions

Money and capital market

The benefit of capital market

 

WEEK 6                 Money

Meaning

Types, characteristics and functions

Historical development of money

Qualities of a good money

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – ECONOMICS

 

WEEK 1

  1. Distribution – meaning, channels and processes

Functions of wholesalers, retailer, cooperative

Problems of distribution

  1. Concept of Demand and Supply

Meaning, market equilibrium, demand and supply curve

Law of demand and supply

Types and factors affecting demand and supply

 

  1. Concept of demand and supply (Continued)

Determination of equilibrium price

Price system

  1. Theory of production

Division of labour and specialization and scale of production

  1. The production possibility curve

Meaning of PPC

Concept of total, average and marginal product

Laws of valuable proportion

Calculation of PPC

  1. Cost Concepts

Basic cost concepts and their difference cost curves

The relationship between costs and production

The difference between the economists and accountant view

  1. The nature of the Nigerian Economy (General overview)

The relative contributions of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors

  1. Instruments of Business Finance

Meaning of business finance

Sources of funds for business

Basic instruments for financing business e.g

Shares, bonds, debentures etc.

Problems of business financing in Nigeria.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – FOODS AND NUTRITION

 

WEEK 1                 Introduction to Foods and Nutrition

WWEK 2               Careers in Foods and Nutrition

WEEK 3                 Basic Food Nutrients

WEEK 4                 Scientific studies of foods

WEEK 5                 Control of Scientific study of Foods and 1st term test

WEEK 6                 Digestive system

WEEK 7                 Mid term break

WEEK 8                 Reproductive Health

WEEK 9                 Kitchen Safety and Hygiene

WEEK 10               Kitchen Safety and Hygiene (2)

 

 

SECONDTERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – FOODS AND NUTRITION

 

WEEK 1                 Kitchen Safety and Hygiene 3

WWEK 2               I C P C

WEEK 3                 Main Foods (A) cereal grains

WEEK 4                 High/Low Extraction rate flour (B)

WEEK 5                 Test week

WEEK 6                 Mid Term Break

WEEK 7                 Legume Grains

WEEK 8                 Legume Grain

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – FOODS AND NUTRITION

 

WEEK 1                 Fruits and vegetables (A ) fruit

WWEK 2               Fruits and vegetables (B) vegetables

WEEK 3                 Kitchen equipment

WEEK 4                 Kitchen equipment (continued)

WEEK 5                 1st test

WEEK 6                 Mid Term Break

WEEK 7                 Labour saving devices

WEEK 8                 Food preparation

WEEK 9                 Food preparation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

 

  1. Problems of Agricultural Development in Nigeria /West Africa
  2. Solutions to problems of Agricultural Development
  3. Types of Agriculture
  4. Cereal Crop Production
  5. Leguminous Crop Production
  6. Tuber Crop Production
  7. Vegetable Crop Production

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

 

  1. Fruit Crop Production
  2. Beverage Crop Production
  3. Oil Crop Production
  4. Anatomy and Physiology of Farm Animals
  5. Reproductive system of Farm Animals: Male and Female

 

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

 

  1. Process of Egg Formation in a Hen
  2. Structure of a Fertile Egg
  3. Incubation
  4. Systems of Livestock Management: Ruminants
  5. Systems of Livestock Management: Non – Ruminants

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – PHYSICS

 

  1. Meaning of Physics: Physical quantities and units of quantities
  2. Measuring of instruments
  3. Concepts of position and motion
  4. Speed velocity and acceleration
  5. Displacement and velocity – time graphs
  6. Circular motion
  7. Friction
  8. Density and relative density

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – PHYSICS

  1. Work, energy and power
  2. Concepts of heat and temperature
  3. Measurement of temperature
  4. Thermal expansion of solids
  5. Transmission of heat

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – PHYSICS

 

  1. Electric charges and static electricity
  2. Description and properties of fields
  3. Introduction to current electricity
  4. Ohm’s law, resistors in circuits, electrical energy and power
  5. Elastic properties of solids
  6. Molecular properties and forces; adhesion and cohension
  7. Surface tension and viscous forces
  8. Crystalline nature of solids
  9. Industrial units (Technological applications of Physics)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR SSI AND JSSI   – COMPUTER

 

  1. 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

 

  1. 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

 

  1. 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.

 

  1. COMPUTING DEVICES II (20TH CENTURY TO DATE)

Antanasoft 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 SCHEME OF WORK FOR SSI AND JSSI   –   COMPUTER

  1. INPUT DEVICES: 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.

 

  1. OUTPOU DEVICES: Definition
  2. Monitor: Types of monitor

Types of screen display

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

 

  1. COMPUTER SYSTEM SOFTWARE: Definitions, types, categories of application packages

 

  1. PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES: Definitions, different level of programming languages, advantages

and disadvantages of the different level of programming language.

 

  1. FIFTH GENERATION PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR SSI AND JSSI – COMPUTER

  1. COMMUNICATION SYSTEM: Definition of I.C.T, types of I.C.T

Broadcasting, Telecommunications, Data Networks, information system and satellite communications.

 

  1. APPLICATION AREAS OF I.C.T

Tele-conferencing, Tele presence, Tele commuting, video conferencing, Tele communication and

networking, multimedia message services, instant messaging

 

  1. I.C.T BASED GADGETS

 

  1. BASIC COMPUTER OPERATIONS – Booting, Description of the booting process, types of booting, components of the windows desktop. Practical’s on other simple basic computer operations.

 

  1. WORD PROCESSING – Definitions, examples of Word Processor features of Word Processor

 

  1. PRESENTATION PACKAGE – Definitions, examples of a presentation package, features of Word Processor using the presentation package.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – COMMERCE

 

  1. Meaning and scope of commerce

(a) Definition / meaning of commerce

(b) Branches / divisions of commerce

© Factors affecting the growth of commerce

  1. History/origin of commerce (a) Trade and problems
  2. Productions

(a) Meaning / definition of production

(b) Classes / branches of production ©Factors of production

  1. Occupation

(a) Meaning / definition   (b) Types /classifications

© Factors that determines choice of occupation

  1. Definition of labour /specialization

(a) Advantages and disadvantages

(b) Limitations to division of labour

© Division of labour and exchange

  1. Trade (internal trade)

Meaning, features and reasons

  1. Retail Outlet – Meaning and classifications, types, advantages and disadvantages of the various types.

 

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – COMMERCE

  1. Modern Trends in Retailing

(a) Meaning and types eg Automatic Vending-c branding, packaging etc.

(b) Advantages of the different types

© Features

  1. Modern Trend Continues

(a) Self service (b) After sale service

© Presale services (d) Their advantages and disadvantages

  1. Wholesale Trade

Meaning and functions

  1. Agents and types
  2. International Trade

Meaning divisions – export and imports , advantages and problems.

  1. Balance of Trade (BOT) and balance of payment (BOP)
  2. Documents needed in international Trade.
  3. Ways of correcting balance of payment problems.

 

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – COMMERCE

  1. Money – Meaning types, qualities and functions
  2. Business organization

(a) Meaning and types

(b) Advantages and disadvantages

© Features of the various types

(d) Sources of capital

  1. Differences between or among the various types
  2. Banking and finance

Meaning and origin of banking

Types of bank and their functions

Types of bank account

  1. Collateral securities

Meaning and types

  1. Cheques – meaning, types and advantages

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

 

  1. Review of basic topics

Books of original entry and source documents

 

  1. Meaning of book keeping and accounting

Importance and qualities

 

  1. Accounting concepts and convention/history of accounting

 

  1. Principle of double entry
  2. Cash book
  3. Bank Reconciliation Statement

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

 

  1. Petty Cash Book
  2. General Journal
  3. Classification of Account
  4. Balancing the ledger and trial balance
  5. Trial balance and correction of errors

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

  1. Trading Account
  2. Profit and loss Account
  3. Adjustment in the profit and loss account
  4. Balance sheet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GEOGRAPHY SCHEME OF WORK

SS1 IST TERM

  1. (a) Introduction to the study of Geography

(b) Components of the Solar System

  1. The Earth as a planet

(a) Proofs of Earth shape

(b) Rotation and Revolution

(c) Effects

  1. (a) Lines of Longitude and Time

(b) Lines of Latitude and distance

  1. The structure of the Earth:

(a) Internal structure

(b) Layers of the Atmosphere

  1. Landforms Development: The formation of :

(a) Mountains

  1. types of mountains
  2. uses/importance of mountains

(b) Plateaus

  1. types of plateaus
  2. uses/importance of Plateaus

(c) Plains

  1. types of Plains
  2. uses/importance of Plains
  3. Rock types and Importance

 

SCHEME OF WORK SECOND TERM

  1. Elements and factors of Weather and Climate
  2. Precipitation and types
  3. (a) The Major Ocean Basins of the World

(b) A typical ocean floor

(c) Ocean salinity

(d) Ocean currents

(e) Uses of Oceans

  1. Soils

(a) Components of soil

(b) Types of soil

(c)   Factors and processes of soil formation

(d)   Soil profile

  1. Resources

 

SCHEME OF WORK THIRD TERM

REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY OF NIGERIA

  1. Location, Position and Size of Nigeria
  2. The relief features
  3. The drainage and importance of rivers
  4. The Climate of Nigeria
  5. The vegetation belts and importance of forests
  6. (a)   Farming system:
  7. Shifting cultivation
  8. Bush fallowing

iii. Irrigation farming

  1. Plantation farming
  2. Crop rotation
  3. Terrace farming

vii. Animal husbandry

(b)   Major cash and food crops

(c)   Importance and problems of agriculture

  1. Major fishing areas
  2. Mineral resources
  3. The Industrial Zones

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – FURTHER MATHS

 

  1. INDICES

Laws of indices

Application of the laws to solve complex problems

Equation of indices

  1. LOGARITHMS

Basic laws

Application of the laws

Equation of logarithms

  1. SURDS

Definition

Rules of surd

Addition and subtraction

Conjugate surds/rationalization

Equality of surds

  1. Sequences and series as a whole

 

 

SECOND TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – FURTHER MATHS

WEEK 1                  Sequences and series

Definition of terms

A.P

nth term of an A.P

simultaneous equation of A.P

WEEK 2                  Sequence

Arithmetic mean

Sum of an A.P

Problems involving logarithm and financial cases

WEEK 3                  Sequence

G.P

nth term of G.P

Sum of infinity

WEEK 4                  Quadratic Equation

Fatorisation method, completing the square method,

Nature of quadratic equation.

WEEK 5                  Quadratic Equation

The use of almighty formula

General problems involving logarithm, indices and perfect square in quadratic equation.

WEEK 6                  Inequalities

Definitions and symbols of inequality, the number line

Sum and product of roots symmetric function of quadratic equation

Construction of quadratic equations from given roots.

WEEK 7                  Inequalities, Definitions and symbols of inequality, The number line

Inequality graphs of two variables, Modula inequality.

 

THIRD TERM SSI SCHEME OF WORK – FURTHER MATHS

  1. Functions and polynomials
  2. Composition of polynomials
  3. Addition and subtraction of poly
  4. Zero and undefined functions
  5. Division of polynomials
  6. Remainder’s theorem
  7. Factors theorem
  8. Factors theorem leading to simultaneous equations
  9. Sketch of polynomial graphs

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK PHYSICS

 

  1. The concepts of position and distance in coordinate systems.
  2. Vectors
  3. Uniformly Accelerated motion
  4. Projectiles
  5. Basics concepts of simple harmonic motion (S.H.M.)
  6. Applications of simple Harmonic motion
  7. Force and equilibrium of particles/concurrent forces
  8. Equilibrium of rigid / coplanar forces centre of gravity and stability
  9. Equilibrium of bodies in fluids – upthrus, Archemetes and floation principles

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK PHYSICS

 

  1. Force momentum and Newton’s laws of motion
  2. Application of Newton’s laws’ resulent forces and acceleration.
  3. Simple machines
  4. Pressures in fluids
  5. Heat capacity
  6. Latent heats
  7. Practical effects of state changes:

Melting, evaporation, vapour pressures, boiling and humidity.

  1. Expansion of Gases and gas laws

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK PHYSICS

 

  1. Rectilinear propagation of light and reflection of light at plane surface
  2. Reflection by curved mirrors
  3. Refraction of light at plane boundaries
  4. Refraction and image formation by lenses
  5. Technological application of lenses: Optical instruments
  6. Basic concepts and propagation of wave motion
  7. Musical sounds: Waves in string and pipes
  8. The wave equation: Physical properties of waves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK CIVIC EDUCATION

 

WEEK 1 CITIZENSHIP

  1. Meaning and definition of citizenship education
  2. Duties and obligation of citizens
  • Preservation of tradition, custom and culture

 

WEEK 2 DEMOCRACY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  1. Meaning of capitalist democracy
  2. The features of capitalist democracy
  • Competition for power
  1. National Consciousness, integrity and unity.

 

WEEK 3                                 DEMOCRACY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  1. Capitalist democracy

 

WEEK 4                                 IMPORTANCE OF EMPLOYMENT IN PROVERTY ALEVATION

  1. Factors that guarantee employment

 

WEEK 5                                 FIRST CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT TEST

 

WEEK 6                                 MID TERM BREAK

 

WEEK 7                                 POLITICAL APATHY

  1. Reasons for political apathy
  2. Why leaders fail to protect the interest of their followers?

 

WEEK 8                                 WHY LEADERS FAIL TO PROTECT THE INTEREST OF THEIR FOLLOWERS?

 

WEEK 9                                 REVISION

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK CIVIC EDUCATION

 

WEEK 1                                                 POPULAR PARTICIPATION

  1. Achieving popular participation in politics
  2. Meaning of popular participation
  • Reasons why people do not participate in politics.

 

WEEK 2                                 FORMATION OF POPULAR ORGANISATION

  1. Definition of popular organisation
  2. Formation of popular organization

 

WEEK 3                                 HUMAN RIGHT

  1. The meaning
  2. Limitation to human right

 

WEEK 4                                 CONTINOUS ASSESSMENT TEST

 

WEEK 5                                 DRUG AND DRUG ABUSE

  1. Meaning of drug abuse
  2. The types of drugs and ways they are abused
  • Symptoms of drug abuse.

 

WEEK 6                                 EMERGENCY PERIOD

  1. Meaning
  2. Limitations to human right

 

WEEK 7                                 MID- TERM BREAK

 

WEEK 8                                 PREVENTION OF DRUG ABUSE

  1. Drug law enforcement agency and administration
  2. Law promogated to curb drug abuse.

 

WEEK 9 EXAM

 

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK CIVIC EDUCATION

 

WEEK 1                                 RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD

  1. The meaning
  2. Role of responsible parenthood
  • Importance of responsible parenthood

 

WEEK 2                                 RELATIONSHIP/INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP

  1. Meaning
  2. Types

 

WEEK 3                                 SKILLS THAT PROMOTE INTER-PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP

 

WEEK 4                                 INTER-COMMUNAL RELATIONSHIP

  1. The meaning of inter-communal relationship
  2. The importance of inter-communal relationship.

 

WEEK 5                                 FIRST CONTINOUS ASSESSMENT TEST

 

WEEK 6                                 SKILLS FOR RESOLVING INTER-COMMUNAL CONFLICTS

 

WEEK 7                                 MID-TERM BREAK

 

WEEK 8                                 TRAFFIC REGULATION

  1. The meaning of traffic regulations
  2. Examples or types of traffic regulations.

 

WEEK 9                 ROLES OF INDIVIDUALS AND GOVERNMENT IN ENFORCING TRAFFIC REGULATION.

 

WEEK 10               SECOND TEST

WEEK 11               REVISION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – FURTHER MATHS

 

  1. Co-ordinate geometry

Definition

Location of points on X – Y plane

Distance between two points

Mid-point co-ordinate

Internal and external division of a line segment in a given ratio

Finding gradient of two points

Equation of straight line

Double intercept form of straight line.

Given gradient and one co-ordinate point

Equation of straight line passing through two points

Collinear points

Intercepts of two lines

A cute angle between two straight line

Condition for parallelism and perpendicularity

  1. Calculus

Definition

Differentiation of variables

The limit idea

The gradient function

Differentiation from first principle

Techniques of differentiation

Differentiation of trig ratio

Differentiation of logarithmic functions

Differentiation of exponential functions

  1. Application of Differentiation, Rate of change, Velocity and acceleration

Equation of tangent and normal to a curve

Maximum and minimum points

Turning points

Sketching of curves

Involving maximum and minimum points

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – FURTHER MATHS

 

  1. Co-ordinate Geometry II (Conic Sections)

Equation of circle at origin, Equation of circle at centre(a, b)

General form of equation of a circle, Application of general formula of equation of circle.

Equation of tangent to the circle

  1. Mapping definition and functions, Types of mapping, Composite mapping problems, inverse mapping and its applications.
  2. Binary Operation – Definition, Notations and functions, Modula problems, Commutative property, Association property,

Distributive, Identity element, Modula inverse problem

  1. Permutation and combination – Definitions

Permutation of like terms conditional permutation word problems leading to nCr

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – FURTHER MATHS

  1. Binomial Theorem and Pascal’s triangle:
  2. Correlation and Regression

Regression line and it’s equation scatter diagram.

  1. Logic
  2. General probability
  3. Probability of target
  4. Probability of failure and success (probability distribution)

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – COMMERCE

 

  1. Credit

(a) Meaning/definition, (b) Types of credits © Function of credit

  1. Means of payment   – Meaning and classification

Types of means of payment

  1. Bills of exchange – Meaning/definitions

Features and party to a bill

Advantages

Differences between a bill of exchange and a cheque

  1. Trade Association –   Meaning/definition

Aims and functions

  1. Chamber of Commerce

Meaning/definition

Aims and functions

Differences between Trade Association and Chamber of Commerce

  1. INSURANCE

Meaning /definition

Terms used in insurance

Principles of insurance contract

Types of insurance policies

  1. Marine Insurance Policy

Meaning and types

Advantages of insurance to businessmen and the individual

  1. Commodity exchange

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – COMMERCE

  1. Limited Companies

Meaning of company and types

  1. Private and public ltd company

Features of both

Advantages/disadvantages of both

Differences between them

  1. Formation of companies

Document needed in the formation of a company.

  1. Shares and types
  2. Sources of Finance in a ltd company
  3. Balance sheet of ltd companies

Meaning of Asset liabilities

Their types and examples

  1. Termination of a company
  2. Trade document and Terms

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – COMMERCE

  1. Meaning of Profit and types
  2. Calculation of Net profits
  3. Preparation of Trading Account
  4. Meaning of Net profit
  5. Preparation of Profit and loss account
  6. Turnover and rate of turnover

Meaning and their calculations

Factors affecting rate of turnover

  1. Capital – Meaning of capital and types. Calculation of the various types of capital

Importance of working capital

  1. Meaning and definition of stock exchange market.

Organization and function

  1. Methods of issuing share

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – BIOLOGY

 

  1. Food Production and Storage
  2. Micro-Organisms in action
  3. Towards better health
  4. Aquatic Habitats
  5. Terrestrial Habitats

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – BIOLOGY

 

  1. Terrestrial Habitat
  2. Reproduction in unicellular organisms and invertebrates
  3. Classification of plants
  4. Digestive system
  5. Transport system
  6. Respiratory system
  7. Excretory system

 

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – BIOLOGY

 

  1. Excretory Mechanism
  2. Nutrient Cycling in Nature
  3. Ecological management
  4. Adaptation
  5. Pollution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY

SS2 GEOGRAPHY SCHEME OF WORK

 

FIRST TERM

  1. Faulting and associated landforms

 

  1. (a) Earthquake

(b) Volcano and volcanicity

 

  1. Processes of denudation

(a) Weathering

(b) Mass wasting

 

  1. Atmospheric heating:

(a) Isolation

  1. Radiation
  2. conduction

iii. Convection

(b) Temperature

(c)   Pressure

 

  1. River system

(a) Processes of river erosion

(b) Profile and characteristic features

 

  1. Features of karst Landscape and Human activities

 

 

SCHEME OF WORK SECOND TERM

  1. Transportation : Merits and demerits of

(a) Rail Transport

(b) Road Transport

(c) Water Transport

(d) Air Transport

(e) Contributions transport to national development

 

  1. Settlement pattern and functions

 

  1. World population

 

  1. World vegetation

 

  1. Fishing Grounds
  2. Environmental conservation

 

SCHEME OF WORK THIRD TERM

  1. World industrial areas
  2. Environmental hazards:

(a)   Air pollution

(b)   Water pollution

(c)   Soil erosion

(d)   Desertification

  1. Wind as agent of denudation in arid/ semi – arid lands

(a)   Features of wind erosion

(b)   features of wind deposition

 

  1. Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System (G.I.S.)

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – MATHEMATICS

 

  1. Logarithms
  2. Approximations and Accuracy
  3. Sequences and series
  4. Quadratic equations
  5. Simultaneous, linear and Quadratic Equations
  6. Gradient of a curve and lines

 

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – MATHEMATICS

 

  1. Logical Reasoning
  2. Determining Gradient of a curve by graph reading
  3. Linear Inequalities
  4. Algebraic Fractions
  5. Chord property (Circle geometry I)
  6. Circle theorems (Circle geometry II)
  7. Trigonometry (Derivation of Sine rule)

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – MATHEMATICS

 

  1. Trigonometry (Derivation of Cosine rule)
  2. Trigonometric Ratios (revision) and Angles of elevation and depression
  3. Bearings
  4. Statistics (grouped data)
  5. Probability

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – FRENCH

WEEK 1                  Revision of last Term exam

WEEK 2                  Situer Une action passee mais recente

L’enseignant demands aux eleves dedecrire la CAN (match qui vient de passer

WEEK 3                  Exprimer un etat, une action repetee dns le passé

Les eleves decrivent a tour de role ce qu’ils avaient vecu dans le passes

WEEK 4                  SUITE

Les eleves decrivent a tour de role ce quils avaient vecu dans le passes

WEEK 5                  Exprimer la simultaneite

Les eleves decrivent les evenements quils sont en train de vivre actuellement

WEEK 6                  SUITE

Les eleves decrivent les evenements quils sont en train de vivre actuellement

WEEK 7                  Situer quelque chose / quell qu’un dans le temps

Le professeur demands aux eleves de faire l’usage approprie des temps pour decrier un evenement.

WEEK 8                  Rapporter une conversation/un ordre.

Le professeur enseigne aux eleves l’usage du discours direct et indirect.

WEEK 9                  Exprimer l’anteriorite

Le professeur demande aux eleves de dresser la liste des activites a faire avant d’aller a l’ecole.

WEEK 10                Revision

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – FRENCH

WEEK 1                  Revision of last term’s exam

WEEK 2                  Demander/donner une opinion.

Le professeur demande aux eleves de livrer leurs impressions convernant une situation.

WEEK 3                  Se plaindre

Il y avait eu des punitions collectives dans une classe et certains eleves etaient innocents de la cause, et ils se plaignent.

WEEK 4                  SUITE

Il y avait eu des punitions collectives dans une classe et certains eleves etaient innocents de la

cause, et ils se plaignent.

WEEK 5                  Exprimer hesitation/inquietude/doute

Le professeur mime quelques moments d’inquietude/de peur et demande aux eleves de les exprimer.

WEEK 6                  SUITE

Le professeur mime quelques moments d’inquietude/de peur et demande aux eleves de les exprimer.

WEEK 7                  Exprimer la

Le professeur enseigne aux eleves les expressions exprimant la confiance.

WEEK 8                  SUITE

Le professeur enseigne aux eleves les expressions exprimant la confiance.

WEEK 9                  SUITE   –   Le professeur enseigne aux eleves les expressions exprimant la confiance.

WEEK 10                SUITE   –     Le professeur enseigne aux eleves les expressions exprimant la confiance.

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – FRENCH

WEEK 1                  Revision of last Term’s exam

WEEK 2                  Exprimer l’appreciation.

Les eleves a tour de role donnent leur appreciation convernant certaines enterprises de leur professeur ou camarade.

WEEK 3                  SUITE   –   Les eleves a tour de role donnent leur appreciation convernant certaines enterprises de leur professeur ou camarade.

WEEK 4                  SUITE – Les eleves a tour de role donnent leur appreciation convernant certaines enterprises de leur professeur ou camarade.

WEEK 5                  Exprimer la deception.

I’enseignant introduit diverses situations qui expliquent la deception.

WEEK 6                  SUITE – I’enseignant introduit diverses situations qui expliquent la deception.

WEEK 7                  Nuancer liexpression d’une opinion

Etre capable de parler de son attitude envers un frère avec prudence.

WEEK 8                  SUITE   – Etre capable de parler de son attitude envers un frère avec prudence.

WEEK 9                  SUITE – Etre capable de parler de son attitude envers un frère avec prudence.

WEEK 10                SUITE – Etre capable de parler de son attitude envers un frère avec prudence.

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

 

  1. Land Tenure System in Nigeria (West Africa)
  2. Roles of Government in Agricultural Development
  3. Forest Management Practices
  4. Diseases and Pests of Crops
  5. Pasture and Forage Crops
  6. Weeds

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

  1. Animal Nutrition
  2. Rangeland Management and Improvement
  3. Environmental Factors Affecting Agricultural Production
  4. Plant Nutrients
  5. Plant Nutrient Cycle

 

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

 

  1. Sources of Farm Power
  2. Farm Mechanisation
  3. Farm Machinery
  4. Farm Survey
  5. Farm Stead Planning
  6. Factors of Production
  7. Farm Records and Accounts
  8. Farm Finance and Budget

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK LITERATURE

 

  1. Drama: The Blood of a Stranger
  2. Poetry: “Vanity”
  3. Poetry: “Birches”
  4. Poetry: The Dining Table
  5. Literary Terms

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK LITERATURE

 

  1. The native son – Prose
  2. Harvest of Corruption – Drama
  3. Anvil and the Hammer – Poetry
  4. Ambush – Poetry
  5. “The Proud King” – Poetry

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK LITERATURE

 

  1. Lonely Days – Prose
  2. Piano and Drums – Poetry
  3. “The School Boy” – Poetry
  4. The Pulley – Poetry
  5. Cross the Bar – Poetry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

 

  1. Review of SSI work
  2. Manufacturing Account
  3. Depreciation Account
  4. Partnership Account

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

 

  1. Partnership
  2. Accounts of non-profit making organization
  3. Incomplete records

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

 

  1. Company Account
  2. Issue of shares
  3. Financial system/markets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

WEEK 1                  Revision of last term examination questions

WEEK 2-3               (a) Vocabulary /Oracy skills development

Words Associated with Human internal Body system and function e.g heart, liver etc

 

(b) Grammar (structural pattern)

Noun phrase. Functions

©Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading for main gist/points

 

WEEK 4-5               (a) Vocabulary and Oracy skills development

Words Association with health eg drugs, pills etc

(b) Grammar (structural pattern)

Relative pronouns – Whom, whose, which, that, who

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading and summarise an argument

 

WEEK 6-7               (a) Vocabulary and Oracy skills development

Words Associated with sport

  1. Names of major national games eg handball
  2. Words for sporting activities. Contest etc
  3. Venue for sport eg stadium
  4. Sports officials eg referee
  5. Games results eg winning

(b) Grammar (structural pattern)

Nominalization

Parts of speech that is nominalized

Adjectives, verbs

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading for summary

Meaning of summary

Summarizing selected passages, reports and stories

 

WEEK 8-9               (a) Vocabulary and Oracy skills development

Words Associated with building and construction

Meaning of building

Some words associated with buildings. Eg plumbing, plot, land etc

(b) Grammar (Structural Pattern)

Verb forms

Active verbs, passive verbs

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading for note taking

Differences between note making and reading

Steps in effective note making

 

WEEK 10-11          (a) Vocabulary and Oracy skills development

Words Associated with the environment

Meaning of environment/types of environmental problems

(b) Grammar (Structural Pattern)

Introduction to sequence of tenses

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading for implied meaning

Meaning of the implied word

Identifying the implied meanings of words and sentences

 

WEEK 12                Revision and exam

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

WEEK 1                  Revision of last term’s examination question papers

 

WEEK 2-3               (a) Vocabulary and Oracy skills development (Word modifiers)

Meaning of a word or phrase that describes a thing, an action, or an experience, eg Greenish, appetizing, bitter, rapidly, slowly monthly etc. eg “He slowly moved to the gate”

(b) Grammar (structural pattern)

Phrasal verbs = verbs with more than one particle

Examples

Go + on, go + through, look + out for, look + down on, look + up to, look + forward to, put + for, put + up with, do + away with, keep + away from. Etc

© Literacy Skills (Reading and writing)

Reading different materials to discover

misleading statements, faulty reasoning, inconsistency and illogicality in them.

 

WEEK 4-5               (a) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Prefixes as word extension, making for new meaning. Eg un in unhealthy, Miss in misspell etc.

(b) Grammar (Structural Pattern)

Adjuncts = meaning

Adjuncts are adverbials modifying verbs

Types of adjuncts eg place, manner, time etc

© Literacy skills. (Reading and writing)

Reading to paraphrase poems and dramatic works

  1. Drama

Theme/features

  1. Poetry

Types of poetry

 

WEEK 6-7               (a) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Preservative prefixes

Meaning of the word preserve

(b) Grammar (Structural Pattern)

Complex sentences or structure

Features of complex structure/sentence

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading to pick out topic sentences in paragraphs and longer passages.

 

WEEK 8-9               (a) Vocabulary and Oracy Sills Development

Suffixes

Meaning of a suffix and examples

(b) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Oral composition

Skills

  1. Narrative
  2. Descriptive

© Literacy Skills (reading and writing)

Reading for specific structural pattern on current issues like youth development,

gender, deregulation, human rights, religious and ethnic conflicts etc.

 

WEEK 10-11          (a) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Spelling of words

Using the dictionary to check for correct spelling and meaning of words

(b) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Oral Composition

Expository

Argumentative

© Literacy skills (reading and writing)

Expository essay

Definition

Style/format, introduction, sequential, presentation of ideas and a conclusion

 

WEEK 12                Revisions and exam

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

WEEK 1                  Revision of last term’s examination questions

WEEK 2-3               (a) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Speaking to persuade/convince in topics like: (i) Farmers are more important than doctors

(ii) women are better leaders than men ©corruption destroys a nation

(b)Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Listening to identity details

Meaning of detail. Some words that signify the presentation of details (a) as a result (b) for example, because, (c) In other words, such as consequently etc.

© Literacy Skills (Reading and writing)

Argumentative writing

Definition

Features

4-5                          (a) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Consonants/consonant clusters at initials eg two, bride etc

(b) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Three consonants and initial. Eg strike

© Literacy Skills (Reading and writing)

Letter writing

Formal letters, types (examples of them) and features

 

6-7                          (a) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Unstressed Vowel Sounds

(b) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Words with five syllables, stressed on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and fought syllables.

© Literacy Skills (Reading and writing)

Technical and Scientific writing

Features/format

 

8-9                          (a) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Intonation expressing surprise/disbelief

(b) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Develoment

Intonation falling tone

© Literacy Skills (Reading and writing)

Creative writing

Features of a short play or story – plot, style, setting, characterization, theme etc.

 

10-11                     (a) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Rising tone

(b) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Speaking skills

Argument, debate

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Free writing

A short write – up based on interest or personal experience

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – C.R.S.

 

  1. Baptism and Temptation of Jesus Christ
  2. Discipleship

(i) Call to discipleship

(ii) The demands of discipleship

  1. Miracle (Nature miracles)

(i) Stilling the storm

(ii) Feeding of the 5,000

  1. (i) Feeding of the 4,000

(ii) Walking on the sea

  1. (Healing Miracles)

(i) Miracle of uncleanness (leper)

(ii) The paralytic

  1. Parables

Parable of Sower, mustard seed, wheat and tares, seed giving secretly.

  1. The mission of the disciples.

(i) Mission of the twelve (12)

(ii) Mission of the seventy (70)

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – C.R.S.

 

  1. (i) The Transfiguration of Jesus Christ

(ii) The triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem and the cleansing of the temple.

  1. Trial and death of Jesus Christ

(i) Trial before the high priest   – Matthew 26:39-75

(ii) Trial before Pilate – Matthew 27:11-31, Mark 23:1-75

 

  1. (i) Trial before Herod – Luke 23:6-12

(ii) The death of Jesus – The crucifixion and burial of Christ – Matthew 27:32-66, Luke 23:26-56

 

  1. The synoptic account if the Resurrection of of Christ – Matthew 28:1-8, Mark 1-8, Luke 24:1-11

 

  1. The appearance and ascension of Christ – Matthew 28:9-20, Luke 26

 

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – C.R.S.

  1. (i) God’s love for man – John 3:16-18
  • John message of love for one another – John 13:34-35, John 15:12-13
  1. (i) Fellowship in the early church

Communal living in them early church – Acts 1:15-26, 2:41-47, 4:32-37

(ii) Problems of the early church and solutions – Acts 5:1-11, 6:1-6

  1. The Pentecost – Acts 1:8, 2:1-41
  2. The mission of the church Acts 8
  3. Opposition by Jewish authorities – Acts 4:1-31, 5:17-42
  4. Opposition against Steph – Acts 6:8-36
  5. (i) Opposition by Saul – Acts 9:1-2

(ii) Opposition by Herod – Acts 12:1-24

  1. (i) Commission and the mission of Saul (Paul) – Acts 13:4-52, 14:1-20

(ii) The mission of Peter and the council of Jerusalem – Acts 15:1-25

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK   – FOODS AND NUTRITION

WEEK 1                 Flour mixture

WEEK 2                 Flour mixture (continued)

WEEK 3                 Food study eg. Eggs

WEEK 4                 Continued of Eggs

WEEK 5                 Mid – Term Test

WEEK 6                 Mid Term Break

WEEK 7                 Food study of Milk

WEEK 8                 Food study of Milk (continued)

WEEK 9                 Food study e.g. Sea food

WEEK 10               Food study eg Sea food (continued)

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK   – FOODS AND NUTRITION

 

 

WEEK 1                 Food study eg – Condiments and seasoning

WEEK 2                 Food study (continued)   – Condiments and seasoning

WEEK 3                 Convenience foods

WEEK 4                 Convenience foods (Continued)

WEEK 5                 Test

WEEK 6                 Mid Term Break

WEEK 7                 Storage and preservation of foods

WEEK 8                 Consumer Education

WEEK 9                 Food Budgeting

WEEK 10               Choice of food stuff and storage.

WEEK 11               Meaning of Common Term Bulk Buying Shopping lists, Markey Survey

Cost Analysis, Price list Food list.

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK   – FOODS AND NUTRITION

 

 

WEEK 1                 ICPC

WEEK 2                 Nutritional Needs of the Family

WEEK 3                 Nutritional Needs of the Family (continued)

WEEK 4                 Special Diets

WEEK 5                 Test

WEEK 6                 Mid Term Break

WEEK 7                 Special Diets

WEEK 8                 The Art of Entertainment

WEEK 9                 Cultural Food Habits and Taboos.

WEEK 10               Cultural Food Habits and Taboos (continued)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK   – ECONOMICS

 

WEEK 1                  Elasticity of Demand

Meaning, definition

Types, factors affecting elasticity of demand

WEEK 2                  Price Elasticity of Demand

Determinants of elasticity of demand

Income, Cross and Numerical Calculation of elasticities

WEEK 3                  Elasticity of Supply

Meaning, determination, types and quantitative determination of elasticity co-efficient

WEEK 4                  Elementary theory of consumer behavior

Meaning of utility

Concepts of average, marginal and total utility

WEEK 5                  Utility Maximization

Law of diminishing marginal utility

Derivation of the demand curve from utility curve, indifference curve and its characteristics.

WEEK 6                  Barter Economy and origin of money

Meaning and problems of Barter Economy

Types of money, qualities of money

Functions of money

 

WEEK 7                  Demand and Supply of money

Demand for money

Motive for holding money

Supply of money

Volume of money in circulation

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK   – ECONOMICS

WEEK 1.                 Inflation and Deflation

Meaning and types of Inflation and deflation

Causes, effects and control of inflation and deflation, inflation in Nigeria.

 

WEEK 2.                 Budget and Debt

Meaning and concepts of budget

Types of Budget, National debt

Ways of financing deficit budget and their effects

Debt burden, debt relief and debt buy back.

 

WEEK 3.                 Financial Institutions

Meaning, types and functions of financial institution

Central and commercial bank, money and capital market, how the stock market works

Secondary and primary market

Cashless Economy

WEEK4.                  Fiscal Policy of Public Finance

Meaning and objectives

Sources of government revenue, structure of government revenue allocation

Taxation

WEEK 5                  Comparative Cost

Economic lessons from the Asian Tiger.

Tigers, Japan, Europe and American.

A review of development strategies employed by these countries and lessons for Nigerian Economy

WEEK6.                 Globalization

Meaning of globalization, features of globalization

The challenges of globalization

The opportunities globalization presents to the Nigerian Economy.

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK   – ECONOMICS

WEEK 1                  Labour Market

Unemployment, types, causes and solution to unemployment,

self employment, job creation.

The dignity of labour

 

WEEK 2                  Industry

Meaning and definition of various Industrial concepts, factors, plant, firm,

Industrial estate etc.

Location of Industry, factors influencing location of Industry, localization, infant industry,

Export promotion, industry.

 

WEEK 3                  Market Structures

Meaning, types, basic features of market eg perfect competition, monopoly

Determination of price and quantity the different types of market.

 

WEEK 4                  National Income Accounting

Meaning, components of National Income

Ways of measuring National Income and their limitation, applying National Income to solve problems.

 

WEEK 5                  Demand and supply of money

Elementary quantity theory of money

Value of money

Price level

 

WEEK 6                  Petroleum and the Nigerian Economy

Development of the petroleum industry

The positive and Negative contributions of petroleum to the Nigerian Economy

The role of NNPC

The OPEC

WEEK 7                  Human Development

Meaning and characteristics of human capital

Factors affecting the efficiency of human capital

Difference between human and physical capital

The effects of brain drain on the Economy

Ways of Arresting brain drain.

 

WEEK 8                  Manufacturing and construction

Definitions and types e.g crafts, processing etc

Contribution of manufacturing and construction sectors to Nigerian gross domestic product.

The roles of manufacturing and construction sectors in Economic development.

 

WEEK 9                  Service Industries

Definition of services

Types of service e.g transport, tourism, banking and insurance etc.

The contribution of service industries to development.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK   – GOVERNMENT

 

WEEK 1.                The Electoral process

WEEK 2.                Electoral systems

WEEK 3.                Public Opinion

WEEK 4.                Public Administration I

WEEK 5.                Characteristics, Advantages and disadvantages of Electoral systems.

WEEK 6.                The Electoral Commission (N.E.C.)

WEEK 7.                Public Administration II

WEEK 8.                Public Corporations

WEEK 9                 a. Comparism of the Organisational structure of public Corporations and the Civil service

  1. Solutions to the problems

WEEK 10.             Revision

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK   – GOVERNMENT

 

WEEK 1-2             Local Government

WEEK 3                 Pre-Colonial Political System in Nigeria

WEEK 4                 The Igbo

WEEK 5                 The Yoruba

WEEK 6                 Colonial Administration

WEEK 7                 Major Political Crisis in Nigeria

WEEK 8                 (I) Kano Riots 1953

(ii) Census Crisis 1962/1963

WEEK 9                 French Colonial Administration in West Africa

WEEK 10               Action Group Crisis 1962

WEEK 11               Nationalism in Nigeria

WEEK 12               Constitutional Development in Nigeria

WEEK 13               Revision

 

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK   – GOVERNMENT

 

WEEK 1                 The Richard Constitution 1946

WEEK 2                 The Macpherson Constitution 1951

WEEK 3                 The Lyttylton Constitution 1954

WEEEK 4               The Independence Constitution 1960

WEEK 5                 The Republican Constitution 1963

WEEK 6                 The Constitution of the 2nd Republic 1979

WEEK 7                 Nigerian Federalism Origin

WEEK 8                 Nature and Structure of Nigerian Federalism

WEEK 9                 Problems of Nigerian Federalism

WEEK 10               Development of Political Parties in Nigeria

WEEK 11               Revision

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – CHEMISTRY

 

WEEK 1                 Periodic Table

WEEK 2 & 3         Oxidation and Reduction Reactions

WEEK 4 & 5         Mass-Volume Relationship

WEEK 6                 Electrolysis

WEEK 7                 Electrode Potential

WEEK 8                 Acid-Base Reactions

WEEK 9                 Rates of Chemical Reaction

WEEK 10               Energy and Chemical Reactions

 

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – CHEMISTRY

 

WEEK 1                 Chemical Equilibrium

WEEK 2                 Hydrogen Gas

WEEK 3                 Oxygen Gas

WEEK 4 & 5         Chlorine and its Compounds

WEEK 6 & 7         Nitrogen and its Compounds

WEEK 8 & 9         Sulphur and its Compounds

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SS2 SCHEME OF WORK – CHEMISTRY

 

WEEK 1 & 2         Water and Solutions

WEEK 3                 Hardness of water

WEEK 4 & 5         Sulphur and its Compounds

WEEK 6 – 7          Organic Chemistry (Hydrocarbons)

WEEK 8                 Benzene and its Compound

WEEK 9                 Alkanols

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

SCHEME OF WORK FOR SS2 – COMPUTER

  1. Central processing unit (CPU)
  2. Memory
  3. Logic circuits i
  4. Logic circuits ii
  5. Computer data conversion
  6. Concept of computer files
  7. Handling computer files
  8. Word processing
  9. Systems development life cycle
  10. Program development
  11. Algorithms and flow charts
  12. Basic programming ii
  13. Internet
  14. Electronic mail services

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK LITERATURE

 

 

  1. Literary Terms
  2. Othello – Drama
  3. Poetry – Shall I Compare Thee to Summer’s Day
  4. The Castle of Otranto – Prose
  5. Ambush – Poetry
  6. The Dining Table – Poetry
  7. A Raisin in the Sun – Drama

 

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK LITERATURE

 

Revision of all treated

Texts – Poetry, Prose and Drama

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – PHYSICS

 

  1. The electromagnetic spectrum and dispersion of light
  2. Gravitational fields
  3. Electrostatic fields; capacitors
  4. Direct current circuits, resistance and resistivity
  5. Electrochemical cells, E.M.F, internal resistance and circuits
  6. Principles of electrical measurations (shunts, multipliers, bridge circuits)
  7. Electrical work, energy and power; cost.
  8. Conduction of electricity through liquids (electrolysis)
  9. Magnetism and magnetic fields
  10. Electromagnetic induction

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – PHYSICS

  1. Alternating current (a.c) circuits
  2. Atomic models, atomic spectra and the uncertainty principle
  3. Gas-tube electronics; electronic emissions and their applications.
  4. Semi-conductor electronics
  5. Radio-activity
  6. Technological applications of Physics (1); Uses of machines, power transmission in mechanical systems, maintenance.
  7. Technological applications of Physics (2) ; Energy, dams, power stations, satellites in Nigeria.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

 

  1. Hire Purchase
  2. Joint Venture Account
  3. Departmental Account

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

 

  1. Branch Account
  2. Public Sector Account

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – ENGLISH LANGUAGE

WEEK 1                 Concord

Nouns

Vocabulary on Culture and Ceremonies

Comprehension

 

WEEK 2                 Pronoun Antecedent Agreement

Intonation

Narrative Essay

Comprehension

More on Nouns

 

WEEK 3                 Grammatical terms and functions

Descriptive Essay

Intonation

Summary writing

 

WEEK 4                 Vocabulary on Science and Technology

Oral: Monophthongs

Adverbials

Comprehension

 

WEEK 5                 Argumentative Essay

Adjectivals

Figurative Expression

Monophthongs

 

WEEK 6                 Vocabulary on Law and Order

Oral: Diphthongs

Verbs

Comprehension

 

WEEK 7                 Law and Order

Diphthongs

Consonants

Clusters of consonants

 

WEEK 8                 Consonants Clusters

Stress

Summary writing

Comprehension

Revision of WAEC Past Questions

 

 

SECOND TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

WEEK 1                 Consonants

Summary

Verbs

Usages of pronouns

 

WEEK 2                 Vocabulary on Technology

Usages of pronoun

Register of Medicine

Comprehension

 

WEEK 3                 Grammatical Terms: Adverbials

Adjectivals

Stress

Antonyms

 

WEEK 4                 Order of Adjectives

Collocations

Speech writing

Lexis and structure

 

WEEK 5                 Vocabulary: Motor Vehicles

More on stress

Lexis

Summary writing

 

WEEK 6                 Rhymes

More on verbs

Figures of Speech

Creative Writing

Writing Articles

 

WEEK 7                 Diphthongs

Letter writing

Consonants

Real and unreal future

 

WEEK 8                 Subjunctive

Lexis and structure

Monoghongs

Diphthongs

WEEK 9                 General Revision

Essay, letters

Summary

Comprehension

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – MATHEMATICS

 

WEEK 1                 SURDS

WEEK 2                 MATRICS AND DETERMINANTS

WEEK 3                 LOGARITHM (REVISION)

WEEK 4                 COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC

WEEK 11               SIMULTANEOUS, LINEAR AND QUADRATIC EQUATION (REVISION)

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

SECOND TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – MATHEMATICS

 

WEEK 1                 TRIGONOMETRIC GRAPH OF TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS

WEEK 2                 GRAPHICAL SOLUTION OF SIMULTANEOUS LENEAR AND TRIGONOMETRIC EQUATIONS

WEEK 3                 SURFACE AREA OF SPHERE

WEEK 4                 VOLUME OF SPHERE

WEEK 5                 LONGITUDE AND LATITUDE

WEEK 6                 COORDINATE GEOMETRY OF STRIAGHT LINES

WEEK 7                 GRADIENTS AND INTERCEPT OF A STRAIGHT LINE

WEEK 8                 DIFFERENTIATION OF ALGEBRAIC FRACTIONS

WEEK 9                 INTEGRATION OF SIMPLE ALGEBRAIC FUNCTIONS

WEEK 10               ARC LENGTH OF A CURVE

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – MATHEMATICS

 

WEEK 1 – 3          REVISION OF PAST WAEC QUESTION

WEEK 4                 AREAS OF SEGMENTS OF A CURVE

WEEK 5                 RELATION BETWEEN THE SECTOR OF A CIRCLE AND THE SURFACE AREA OF A CONE

WEEK 6                 SURFACE AREA AND VOCUME OF SHAPES

WEEK 7                 SURFACE AREA AND VOCUME OF FRUSTUM OF A CONE AND PYRAMID

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – FOODS & NUTRITION

 

WEEK 1                 Revision of Exam

WEEK 2                 Foods for Special Occasions

WEEK 3                 Special Foods for Special Occasions (Continued)

WEEK 4                 Beverages

WEEK 5                 Test

WEEK 6                 Mid Term Break

WEEK 7                 Beverages (Continued)

WEEK 8                 Rechanffe (left over foods)

WEEK 9                 Rechanffle (Continued)

WEEK 10               Food Study eg meat

WEEK 11               Food Study (Continued)

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – FOODS & NUTRITION

 

WEEK 1                 Revision of Exam

WEEK 2                 Foods for Special Occasions

WEEK 3                 Special Foods for Special Occasions (Continued)

WEEK 4                 Beverages

WEEK 5                 Test

WEEK 6                 Mid Term Break

WEEK 7                 Beverages (Continued)

WEEK 8                 Rechanffe (left over foods)

WEEK 9                 Rechanffle (Continued)

WEEK 10               Food Study eg meat,poultry, crames.

WEEK 11               Food Study (Continued)

 

 

 

THIRD TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – FOODS & NUTRITION

 

WEEK 1                 Revision of last term work

WEEK 2                 Revision of Past Topics and Past WAEC

WEEK 3                 Revision of Past Topics and Past WAEC

WEEK 4                 Revision of Past Topics and Past WAEC

WEEK57                WAEC Started

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK –   C.R.S

  1. (i) Justification by faith

(ii) Law and Grace

 

  1. (i) New life in Christ

(ii) Jesus the Son of God/Christians are also children of God.

  1. (i) Humility

(ii) Forgiveness

 

  1. Spiritual Gifts

 

  1. Christian Giving

 

  1. (i) Civic Responsibility

(ii) Dignity of Labour

 

  1. (i) The family rights and obligations

(ii) The second coming of Christ

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – C.R.S.

 

  1. The Resurrection of Jesus Christ – 1 Cor. 15:1-58
  2. Faith and Work – James 1:22-27
  3. (i) Impartiality – James 1: 1-13

(ii) effective Prayers – James 1:28, James 5: 13-18

  1. Christian Living in the Community

(i) Christian among non Christian – 1 Peter 2: 9-25

(ii) Inter – Personal Relationship Among Christians

  1. Christians and Persecution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – COMMERCE

 

  1. Introduction to business management

Meaning of the following:

Business

Business management and management

Business resources and types

 

  1. Objective of a business eg

Survival, profit making, provision of service etc.

 

  1. Business objective – Meaning and factors affecting business environments.
  2. Social responsibility of a business

Meaning and types of social responsibility of a business.

 

  1. Lake Chad Basin Commission

Aim / Objectives

Functions

Source of finance etc

 

  1. Niger Basin Commission Aims, functions and sources of finance

 

  1. Agents and Types – Meaning

Roles / principles of Agency.

 

  1. Privatization: Meaning, advantages and disadvantages

 

  1. Nationalization and indigenization

Meaning, advantages and disadvantages

 

  1. Business Communication – Inter departmental/intra departmental communication.
  2. Business functions/departments

 

 

SECOND TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – COMMERCE

 

  1. Hire Purchase and differed payment

Features, advantages and disadvantages

 

  1. Law of contract of employment

 

  1. Method/conditions for termination of contract.

 

  1. Marketing – definition, functions/importance of marketing.

 

  1. Marketing mix and marketing concept

 

  1. Market segmentation – Meaning and functions

 

  1. Personal selling and advertising

 

  1. Sales promotion and public relation services.

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – FURTHER MATHS

  1. Calculus

A             Integration

Meaning and techniques of integration.

Nature of integration

Integration of polynomial

Integration by substitution

Integration by parts

Application of integration i.e

Area undercurves

Sketching of curves

Trigonometric cases

Approximate integration

 

  1. Kinematics
  2. Statics

Resultant forces

Equilibrium

Lami’s theorem

Moment and it’s principle

 

SECOND TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – FURTHER MATHS

  1. Matrices

Definition

Order of matrix

Equality of matrix

Addition and subtraction

Multiplication

Determinant of 2 X 2 and   3 X 3

Singular matrix

Simultaneous equations by determinant method

Solving simultaneous equation using matrix method

Co-factor of matrix

Adjoint of matrix

Area of triangle and quadrilateral using matrix method

 

  1. Vectors

Definition

Addition of vectors

Triangle rule

Position vectors

Projection of vectors

Dot or scalar product of vectors

Perpendicularity of vectors

Vector product or cross product

Cartesian vector

Modulus/magnitude of vectors

Unit vector

Direction Cosine

Angle between two vectors

Vectors and motion

Vectors and forces

 

  1. Impulse and momentum

Force momentum and impulse

Conservation of linear momentum with common velocity

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – CHEMISTRY

 

WEEK 1 & 2            Atomic Structure

WEEK 3                    Nuclear Chemistry

WEEK 4, 5 & 6        Metals and their compounds

WEEK 7 & 8            Organic Chemistry 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – CHEMISTRY

WEEK 1                 Revision of Non-metals and their compounds

WEEK 2                 Revision of Organic Chemistry I

WEEK 3                 Revision of Organic Chemistry 2

WEEK 4                 Revision of Periodic table

WEEK 5                 Revision of Mass-volume Relationship

WEEK 6                 Acid-Base Titration Calculations

WEEK 7                 Salt analysis (qualitative analysis)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – GOVERNMENT

WEEK 1                 Development of political parties in Nigeria

WEEK 2                 Development of political parties in Nigeria

WEEK 3 & 4         Electoral Crisis in Nigeria

WEEK 5                 Kaduna State Executive, Legislative Crisis

WEEK 6                 The Nigerian Civic war 1967 – 1970

WEEK 7                 Military Rule in Nigeria I

WEEK 8                 Military Rule in Nigeria II

WEEK 9                 Military Rule III

WEEK 10               Local Government Administration in Nigeria since 1976

WEEK 11               Revision

WEEK 12               Examination

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECOND TERM SS3 SCHEME OF WORK – GOVERNMENT

 

WEEK 1                 Nigeria and the world

WEEK 2                 Nigeria’s Foreign Policy I

WEEK 3 & 4         Nigeria’s Foreign Policy II

WEEK 5                 Africa as the centre piece of Nigeria’s Foreign Policy

WEEK 6                 The Nigerian Civic war 1967 – 1970

WEEK 7                 Military Rule in Nigeria I

WEEK 8                 Military Rule in Nigeria II

WEEK 9                 Military Rule III

WEEK 10               Local Government Administration in Nigeria since 1976

WEEK 11               Revision

WEEK 12               Examination

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

SCHEME OF WORK FOR SS3 – CIVIC EDUCATION

  1. Our Values
  2. Emerging Issues
  3. Citizenship
  4. Representative Democracy
  5. Pillars of Democracy
  6. Human Rights
  7. Law and Order
  8. Cultism
  9. Citizenship
  10. Democracy and National Development
  11. Dangers of Political Apathy I
  12. Achieving Popular Participation in Polities
  13. Limitation of Human Rights
  14. Drugs and Drug Abuse
  15. Responsible Parenthood
  16. Traffic Regulations
  17. Relationships
  18. Characteristics of Human Rights
  19. Dangers of Political Apathy II
  20. Public Service in a Democracy
  21. Civic Society and Popular Participation
  22. Constitutional Democracy and the Rule of Law
  23. Human Trafficking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

SCHEME OF WORK FOR SS3 – BIOLOGY

 

  1. Regulation of the Internal Environment
  2. Hormones
  3. Reproduction in Man
  4. Reproduction in Flowering Plants
  5. Fruits and seeds
  6. Genetics
  7. Reproductive Behaviours in Animals
  8. Evolution

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

SCHEME OF WORK FOR SS3 – COMPUTER

 

Networking

Introduction to the world wide web

Cables and connectors

Database

Graphics (introduction to corel draw)

Programming iii (one dimensional array)

High level languages (hll)

Overview of number bases

Data representation

Security and ethics

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR SS3 – ECONOMICS

 

  1. Unemployment
  2. Location of an Industry
  3. Localization of Industries
  4. Industrialization
  5. Economic development
  6. Petroleum and the Nigeria Economy

SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR SS3 – ECONOMICS

  1. Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
  2. Economic Integration
  3. Economic Community of West African States
  4. Balance of International Payments
  5. International Financial Organizations.
  6. International Economic Organizations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SS3 GEOGRAPHY SCHEME

INTRODUCTION TO PRACTICAL GEOGRAPHY:

SS3 GEOGRAPHY SCHEME

 

  1. (a) Scale, types and application

(b) Surveying

(c) Direction and Bearing

(d) Map reduction and Enlargement

(e) Methods of relief representation on Topographical map

(f)   Contour representation of landforms

(g) Gradient, Cross profile and Intervisibility

 

  1. Description of relief on the map & Drainage pattern

 

  1. Statistical diagrams:

(a) Bar graph (b) Line graph (c) Pie Chat (d) Histogram etc.

 

  1. Classification of Climate

(a) Greek

(b) Koppen

 

  1. Climate types and characteristics

 

  1. Interpretation of Climate data

 

SCHEME OF WORK SECOND TERM

  1. Geographical Regions of Nigeria

(a) The Western Highlands

(b)  The Eastern Highlands

(c)   The Lake Chad basin

(d)   The Cross River Basin

 

  1. Transport in Nigeria

(a) The Rail Lines

  1. Problems &
  2. Contributions to national development
  • Inland water ways

 

REVISION FOR SSCE EXAMINATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR SS 3 – FRENCH

 

WEEK 1 Le Vocabulaire

  1. Le Nigeria
  2. Le sport et la societe

WEEK 2               Le Vocabulaire et la Grammaire

Lesson 1: Ce que je soulaite pour mon village. Lecture, explication grammotiol, Derion

L’emploi du negation et le subjonctif

 

WEEK 3 As in week 2 (continuation)

 

WEEK 4 1a grammaire et le vocabulaire

  1. La comparaision

Lesson 2: Le francais menace

Lecture, explication grammatical.

 

WEEK 5 La Dictee

Le professeur compose une histoire pour la dictee ou un passage du nouvel horizon

 

WEEK 6 Correction du test

Lecon 3: Ado a l’appareil

Lecture

Explication

 

WEEK 7 MID TERM BREAK

 

WEEK 8 Le vocabulaire

Lecon

La mort sur les routes aricaires

La voix passive

Les autonyms

 

WEEK 9 Le vocabulaire

  1. Une nouvelle forme de l’ education
  2. Une letter d’emploi

 

WEEK 10              La revision

 

WEEK 11              L’ EXAMEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS I – FRENCH

 

WEEK 1          Revision of last Term’s exam

 

WEEK 2          Demander et repondre en classe

Le professeur donne des orders aux eleves tout en utilisant les nots etudies

 

WEEK 3          Salutation

Les eleves salient leurs enseignants les eleves se salient entre eux

 

WEEK 4          Pendre conge’ de quelqu’un.

Jeux de role: les eleves prennent conge’ de leurs camarades.

 

WEEK 5          SUITE – Jeux de role: les eleves prennent conge’ de leurs camarades.

 

WEEK 6          Epeler un mot

Le profeseur demande les eleves leurs noms et pronoms puis, ils les epelent et les ecrivent

 

WEEK 7          La piece d’dentite d’une personne.

Le professeur demande aux eleves de remplir une fiche d’dentite’ de leurs camarades.

 

WEEK 8          Chapitre 9: Prortrait de soi

L’eleve doit connaitre comment faire le portrait de soi et d’autrui.

 

WEEK 9          SUITE – Le professeur demande aux eleves de remplir une fiche d’identite de leurs camarades.

 

WEEK 10        Revision

 

SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS I – FRENCH

WEEK 1          Revision of last term’s exam

 

WEEK 2          Les loisirs

  1. L’eleve saura demande’ de parler de ses loisirs
  2. Jeux de role entre les eleves

 

WEEK 3          Les loisirs d’autrui

  1. Le professeur demande un eleve de presenter son camarade et de parler de ses loisirs
  2. Jeux de role

 

WEEK 4 Exprimer les proprieties et nature des objets

  1. Le professeur montre aux eleves des objets et leur demande le nom de ces objets
  2. Un eleve sort et pose la question aux amis

 

WEEK 5 Demande quelque chose a quelgu’un

L’enseignant dit aux eleves de toujours utiliser s’il te plait/ s’il vous plait dans leurs demandes

 

WEEK 6 Demande a voir quelqu’un

 

Employ s’il te plait, s’il vous plait

WEEK 7 Decrire les professions

  1. Le professeur donne un exemple tout en pariant de sa profession
  2. Je professeur designe eleve et lui demande d’envisager son métier et d’en parler.

 

WEEK 8 SUITE

  1. Le professeur donne un exemple tout en parlant de sa profession
  2. Je professeur designe, eleve et lui demande d’envisager son métier et d’en parler.

 

WEEK 9 L’heure

  1. L’enseignant dessine des montres au tableau puis appelle des heures et demande les eleves de les representer
  2. Le professeur represente des heures sur des montres et Demande les eleves de les appeler

 

WEEK 10              Les activites quotidiennes

Le professeur demande a tour de role aux eleves ce qu’ils font quotifiennement.

 

WEEK 11              Revision and Exam

 

 

THIRD TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS I – FRENCH

WEEK 1 Revision of last Term’s exam

 

WEEK 2 La date

Le professeur demande aux eleves de dire les dates de maniere chronologique

 

WEEK 3 Le temps qu’il fait

Le professeur imagine le moment et demande aux eleves de dire comment ou quell est le temps correspondant a ce moment

 

WEEK 4 Demander et expliquent les dates ferries de l’annee

L’enseignant demande aux eleves de parler des evenements quils ont assiste pendant une journee feriee et payee

 

WEEK 5 SUITE

L’enseignant demande aux eleves de parler des evenements quils ont assiste pendant une journee feriee et payee

WEEK 6               Refus et acceptation d’une invitation

Le professeur divise la classe en deux l’une accepte l’invitation et l’autre refuse tout en donnant leurs raisons.

 

WEEK 7 Donner un ordre, interdit, autorisation et

  1. L’enseignant mene une séance de gymnastique tout en donnant des orders aux eleves.
  2. Les eleves obtiennent des permissions aupres de L’enseignant avant de porter.

 

WEEK 8 SUITE

  1. L’enseignant mene une séance de gymnastique tout en donnant des orders aux eleves.
  2. Les eleves obtiennent des permissions aupres de L’enseignant avant de porter.

 

WEEK 9 Expliquer une demarche a quelqu’un

Suivre le monde d’emploi d’un produit.

 

WEEK 10                              SUITE

Suivre les monde d’emploi d’un produit.

 

WEEK 11              Revision and Exam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 – FRENCH

 

 

WEEK 1 Revision of last Term’s exam

WEEK 2 Le portrait de quelqu’un

L’enseignant present un eleve a la classe et leur demande de faire son portrait.

WEEK 3 L’enseignant present un eleve a la classe et leur demande de faire son portrait.

WEEK 4 La description d’une chose

L’enseignant montre aux eleves l’image d’une maison d’une ecole … et demande aux eleves de les decrier

WEEK 5 SUITE

L’enseignant montre aux eleves l’image d’une maison d’une ecole … et demande aux eleves de les decrier

WEEK 6 La routine

L’enseignant demande aux eleves a tour de role de parler de leur routine.

WEEK 7 SUITE

L’enseignant demande aux eleves a tour de role de parler de leur routine.

 

WEEK 8 Expliquer ce que l’on fait habituellement

L’enseignant demande aux eleves l’un après l’autre d’expliquer ce font habituellement

WEEK 9 SUITE

L’enseignant demande aux eleves l’un après l’autre d’expliquer ce font habituellement

WEEK 10              Decrire un objet

L’ enseignant presente un objet at eleves et leur demande de le decrier.

WEEK 11              Revision

 

 

SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 – FRENCH

WEEK 1          Revision of last term’s exam

WEEK 2          La comparaison

L’enseignant montre de differentes choses aux eleves et leur demande de les comparer

WEEK 3 SUITE

L’enseignant montre de differentes choses aux eleves et leur demande de les comparer

 

WEEK 4 La chronologie

L’enseignant demande aux eleves de raconteur leur vie a partir d’un calendrier.

WEEK 5 SUITE

L’enseignant demande aux eleves de raconteur leur vie a partir d’un calendrier.

WEEK 6 Raconter sa journee

A tour de role les eleves parlent de leur journee

WEEK 7 SUITE

A tour de role les eleves parlent de leur journee

WEEK 8 Relater un evenement passé

L’ enseignant demande aux eleves de parler d’un evenement quils avaient assiste.

WEEK 9 L’enseignant demande aux eleves de parler d’un evenementqu’ils avaient assiste.

WEEK 10              Rapporter un fait recent

L’enseignant demande aux de raconteur un jour ou ils etoupent surprise en flagrant deli.

WEEK 11              Revision and exam

 

 

THIRD TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 3 – FRENCH

WEEK 1          Revision of last term’s exam

 

WEEK 2          Comprendre un recit

L’enseignant lit un recit aux eleves et leur demande de le resumer.

 

WEEK 3          SUITE

L’enseignant lit un recit aux eleves et leur demande de le resumer.

WEEK 4          Faire des projets

L’enseignant demande aux eleves d’ecrire une letter de presentation avec ses gouts et ses projets personnels.

WEEK 5          SUITE

L’enseignant demande aux eleves d’ecrire une letter de presentation avec ses gouts et ses projets personnels.

 

WEEK 6          Dire ce que l’on va faire

Chaque eleve liste ses programmes a la classe.

 

WEEK 7          SUITE

Chaque eleve liste ses programmes a la classe.

 

WEEK 8          Savoir communiqué et dialoguer dans differentes situations.

Les eleves seraient en mesure de d’engager en de petites conversations avec leurs camarades,

enseignants etc

 

WEEK 9          SUITE

Les eleves seraient en mesure de d’engager en de petites conversations avec leurs camarades,

enseignants etc

 

WEEK 10        REVISION & EXAM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, BENIN CITY.

FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 2 – FRENCH

 

WEEK 1          La Grammaire

Vers conjugation

  1. Present Tense of regular verbs for example: Parler, manger, Atler etc
  2. The different groups of verbs in French ER, IR, and RE’ verbs.
  3. Pre positions eg devant, dernier etc

 

WEEK 2          Conclusion of week I with sentences as examples

 

WEEK 3          Le vocabulaire

  1. La forme negative et la forme positive: c’est un livre, ce n’est pasun livia
  2. Les expressions – d’acccord, agauche, adrocte, tout droit, des exercices

 

WEEK 4          1.   La forme negative et la forme positive continue

  1. Les expressions du Nouvel Horizon

 

WEEK 5          La composition

  1. Mon village
  2. Mon pere

The first continuous assessment test

 

WEEK 6          Correction of the test

La composition continue

  1. Mon village
  2. Ma famille
  3. Mon ecole

 

WEEK 7          MID TERM BREAK

 

WEEK 8          Le vocabulaire et la GRammaire

Lecon

La sue Ribadou

La comprehension

Les nombre

 

WEEK 9          La Grammaire

Hes adjectives de la nationalite

La nationalite

 

WEEK 10        Lecon 8

  1. Vous avez me belle photo
  2. La revision

 

WEEK 11        L’examen

 

WEEK 12        L’ examen

 

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    it is not well arranged and some things keep repeating, no scheme for ss2 and ss3 second and third term… please kindly notify me wen updated

 
 

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