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MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS 1 FIRST TERM
THIS SCHEME OF WORK CONTAINS WEEK, TOPIC, CONTENT AND ACTIVITIES
1 WHOLE NUMBER
i. Count and write in million, billions and trillions
ii. Apply the counting, writing and reading of large numbers in
everyday life.
iii. Roman system of counting.
Teaching/Learning Activities: The Teacher should lead the learners in counting, writing and reading of numbers from 99,990 to 1,000,000 in tens and units, Use counting charts to count in trillions, Count, write and read in large quantities.
Instructional materials: Charts of numbers in millions and billions, flash cards etc, Charts of numbers in millions and billions, Flash cards etc.
2 EXERCISE IN FOUR BASIC OPERATIONS
ii. Subtraction
iii. Multiplication
iv. Division with the use of place value.
Teaching/learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners to Add and subtract any two numbers up to 4- digits and state the place value of the result.
Instructional materials: Charts/flash cards, number line charts.
3 FRACTIONS
i. Meaning and identification of fractions
ii. Reduction of fractions to lowest term.
iii. Equivalent fractions, meaning and production
iv. Arrange given fraction either in ascending or descending
order.
Instructional materials: Charts of equivalent fractions, charts of
fractions, flash cards, conversion charts of percentages and fractions.
4 FRACTIONI CONTINUES
i. Convert fractions to decimal,decimals to fractions
ii. Convert fractions to percentages, percentages to fractions.
Learners Activities: convert fractions to decimals, decimals to fractions, Convert fractions to percentages and percentages to fractions.
Instructional materials: Conversion charts of percentages and
fractions.
5 DECIMAL FRACTIONS
i. Meaning of decimal fractions
ii. Relationship between fractions and decimals.
Learners Activities: State and write the relationship between
fractions and decimals.
Instructional materials: Charts on decimals and fractions.
6 FACTORS AND MULTIPLES
i. Prime numbers and prime factors
ii. Index forms and common factors
iii. HCF
iv. LCM
Teaching/Learning Activities: The Teacher should lead the learners to Identify common multiples of two or more whole numbers, solve problems involving LCM by:
(a) factor method
(b) multiple method
(c) index method.
Instructional materials: Number charts.
Week 7: ESTIMATION
i. Estimate the dimensions and distance within the school.
ii. Estimate the objects
iii. Statistics of people e.g. height
iv. Solve problems on quantitative reasoning in estimation.
Teaching/Learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners to Identify objects in the classroom and school environment and the dimension that can be estimated, Estimate the capacity of some containers e.g. milk tins, solve problem on quantitative reasoning in estimation.

Instructional Materials: Real objects within the school premises
Week 8: RANGE OF COST OF VARIOUS ARTICLES
I. Estimation of prices of every day articles
ii. Relationship of estimated prices to real prices of the articles.
Teaching/Learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners on how to Estimate the mass of given objects, Estimate the value of things in day to day activities, Recognize that ½ , 2/4 and 4/8 are equivalent fractions, apply equivalent fractions in sharing commodities e.g. food, money etc, Solve problems of quantitative aptitude in equivalent fractions.

Instructional materials: Containers, milk tins, solid objects etc.

Week 9: NUMBER BASE 2

i. Counting in base 2
ii. Addition and subtraction of numbers I base 2 numbers.
iii. Subtraction of numbers in base 2 numbers.
Teaching/Learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners to Count with the aid of the prepared bundles, Use bundle in twos and units to repeat teacher’s demonstration for number 1 – 10.
Instructional materials: Charts, counters such as match sticks, broom sticks, bottle tops etc.

Week 10: NUMBER BASE CONTINUES
i. Multiplication of numbers in base 2 numerals
ii. Quantitative reasoning involving problems related to conversion and applications of numbers in base 2 numbers.
iii. Convert base 10 numerals to binary numbers.
Teaching/Learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners to use bundle in twos and units in demonstration of number 1 – 10.
Instructional materials Charts, counters such as match sticks,
broom sticks, bottle tops etc.
Week 11: PERCENTAGES
i. Changing percentages to decimals
ii. Relationship of estimated prices to real prices of the articles.
Teaching/Learning Activities: under the guidance of the teacher, the learners should change percentages to decimals, Explain relationship of estimated prices to real prices.
Instructional Materials: Some articles or items sold in the market.
Week 12: PERCENTAGE CONTINUES
i. Changing percentages to decimals
ii. Changing decimals to percentages.
Teaching/Learners Activities: under the guidance of the teacher, the learners should take part in lesson activities by Changing percentages to decimals, Changing decimals to percentages.
13 Revision
14 Examinations

MATHEMATICS SECOND TERM JSS ONE
1 APPROXIMATION
i. Obtaining approximate values for calculation involving four
basic arithmetic processes (operations)
ii. Rounding off of numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000.
iii. Quantitative reasoning
Teaching/Learners Activities: Carry out approximation of answers to given number of decimal places and significant figures.
Instructional materials: Additional and subtraction approximations charts, multiplication and division approximation charts involving approximation.
Week 2: OPEN SENTENCES
i. Use of letters to represent numbers
ii. Distinguishing between open and closed sentences
iii. Supplying the missing numbers in open sentences from
a set of given permissible substitutes.
Teaching/Learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the leaders to Solve open sentences problems with two arithmetic operations, solve problems on charts.
Instructional materials: Flash cards and open sentences charts
ii. flash cards and charts showing word problems.
Week 3: SIMPLIFYING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION
i. Identifying the coefficient of symbols or letters
ii. Distinguishing algebraic expression from non-algebraic
expression.
Teaching/Learning Activities: The Teacher should lead the learners in Identifying coefficient of positive and negative terms in algebraic expressions, Distinguishing between algebraic from non-algebraic expression.
Instructional materials: Charts showing terms and their coefficients.
Week 4: SIMPLIFYING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION CONTINUES
i. Basic operation of addition, subtraction, multiplication and
division of algebraic symbols and terms
ii. Collection of like terms.
Teaching/Learning Activities: Solve given algebraic expression in addition, subtraction, division of algebraic symbols.
Instructional materials: charts on worked examples on simplification of algebraic expression.
Week 5: WORD PROBLEMS
i. Formation of word problems (simple cases)
ii. word problems involving use of symbols
iii. Quantitative reasoning involving algebraic expressions.
Teaching/Learners Activities: The Teacher should lead the learners on ways to Solve word problems involving use of symbols, Solve simple algebraic expression in quantitative reasoning.
Instructional Materials: Charts on word problems involving use of symbols.
Week 6: SIMPLE EQUATION IN ONE VARIABLE
i. Identifying simple equation in one variable
ii. Examples of three types of equality i.e. Absolute, Referential
and Conditional equality.
Teaching/Learners Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners to Identify simple equation in one variable, Give example of types of equalities.
Instructional materials Required: Charts on solved problems on simple equation in one variables.

Week 7: DIRECTED NUMBERS
i. Addition and subtraction of numbers using number line
ii. Use of number line.
Learners Activities:
i. Draw the number line correctly.
ii. Add and subtract integers using the number line.
Instructional materials Required: Charts/flash cards, Number line charts.
Week 8: BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME COMMON THREE DIMENSIONAL FIGURES
Basic properties of cubes, cuboids, pyramids, cylinders, e.g. faces, vertices and edges.
Teaching/Learning Activities: The Teacher should lead the learners to dentify the basic properties of pyramid
cylinder and sphere.
Instructional Material Required: Cylinder and sphere standard or improvised cubes, cuboids.
Week 9: BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME THREE DIMENSIONAL CONTINUES
i. Sphere
ii. Cone
iii. Triangular prism e.g. faces, vertices and edges.
Teaching/Learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners to Identify the number of faces, edges and vertices of cubes and cubes.
Instructional Materials: Cubes, cuboids, ruler, tapes, empty cartonbricks etc.
Week 10: PROPERTIES OF FIGURES
i. Rectangles
ii. Square
iii. Isosceles triangles
iv. Equilateral triangles
v. Circles
Teaching/Learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners to Identify the properties of rectangles, triangles, equilateral triangles, circles.
Instructional Materials: Sphere, wooden triangle etc.
11 Revision Revision
12 Examinations Examinations

MATHEMATICS THIRD TERM JSS ONE
Week 1: PERIMETER OF IRREGULAR AND REGULAR SHAPES
i. Definition of perimeter
ii. How to determine the perimeter of a given plane figures
Teaching/learning Activities: The teacher should guide the learners to Determine the perimeter of shapes by practical method – by formula.
Instructional Materials Required:
Shapes of regular and irregular polygons, by measuring or calculating.
Week 2: AREA OF IRREGULAR AND REGULAR SHAPES
i. How to determine the area of a given plane shape
ii. Derive the formula of a given shape.
Teaching/learning Activities: The teacher should guide the learners to Find the area of the regular and irregular shapes using graph.
Instructional Materials: Shapes of regular polygons, graph papers.
Week 3: VOLUMES
i. Volumes of cubes
ii. Cuboids
iii. Triangular prism
Teaching/learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners on how to derive the formula for finding the volume of a cube and cuboids, Construct parallel and perpendicular lines.
Instructional materials: Cubes, cuboids, empty cartons, cones.
Week 4: CONSTRUCTION
Constructing parallel and perpendicular line.
Teaching/learning Activities: The teacher should guide the learners through the concept of Construction involving parallel and perpendicular lines.
Instructional materials: Plane sheets of paper and mathematical set.
Week 5: ANGLES
i. Meaning and measurement
ii. Definition and identification of adjacent, alternate, corresponding and vertically opposite angles.
Teaching/learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners to Measure some angles.
Instructional materials: Cut out shapes of triangles, quadrilateral and other polygon types. Rulers, tapes, protractor.
Week 6: PROPERTIES OF ANGLES
i. Angles on a straight line
ii. Angle at a point
iii. Properties of alternate and corresponding angles with respect to parallel lines.
Teaching/learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners to Identify and state the properties of the angles from the appropriate diagrams.
Instructional Materials: Protractor, plane sheets, cardboard
containing angles, pencil.
Week 7: SUM OF ANGLES IN A TRIANGLE
i. Identification of types of triangles
ii. Finding the sum of angles in a triangle.
Teaching/learning Activities: The teacher should guide the learners to identify the types of triangles.
Instructional Materials: meter, rule, angles, charts of angles.
Week 8: STATISTICS
i. Purpose of statistics
ii. Need for collecting data for
Teaching/learning Activities: The teacher should lead the learners on Discussion on the purpose of statistics, Discuss the uses of statistics for planning purposes.
Week 9: DATA COLLECTION
Pictorial representation of data, bar chart, line graph
Teaching/learning Activities: The teacher should guide the learners to define and solve pictorial representation of data bar chart, line graph.
Instructional Materials: Chart on bar chart.
Week 10: DATA PRESENTATION
Frequency table (median)
Teaching/learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners to define media, Find the median of a given set of data.
Instructional Materials: Median chart
Week 11: STATISTICAL AVERAGES
i. Identification of mode, median in asset of data
ii. calculation of mean using the data.
Teaching/learning Activities: The Teacher should guide the learners to Calculate mean, mode and median.
Instructional Materials: Mean and median chart.

Week 12: Revision
Week 13: Examination