BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SCHEME NAPPS (JSS1 – JSS3)

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JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

First Term JSS1 BST NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK

WKSJUNIOR SECONDARY 1
TOPICS
1BST (BASIC SCIENCE): LIVING AND NON-LIVING THINGS (1): – Meaning, identification and classification of matter.  State of matter.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) UNDERSTANDING TECHNOLOGY: -Technology related professions. – Importance of Technology
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION): – Meaning of Physical Education – Purpose of Physical Education. – Meaning of Health Education. – Differences between Physical Education and Health Education. – Scope of Physical Education.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY): TECHNOLOGY OF DIFFERENT INFORMATION AGE: – Stone Age. – Iron Age. – Middle Age. – Industrial Age. – Electronic Age.

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BST (BASIC SCIENCE): LIVING AND NON-LIVING THINGS (II): – Characteristics of living and non-living things. – Examples, characteristics and importance of plants and animals.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY): SAFETY GUIDELINES: – Safety guidelines for pedestrians. – Safety guidelines for cyclists/motorcyclists. – Safety guidelines for motorists.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) PHYSICAL FITNESS AND BODY CONDITIONING PROGRAMMES; – Meaning of physical fitness. – Components of physical fitness. – Health related components. – Performance related components.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTERS: – Early counting Devices (fingers, stones, sticks, pebbles, cowries, grains, etc.). -Mechanical counting and calculating Devices: (Abacus, slide rule, etc. – Electro-mechanical counting devices: – John Napier bone, – Blaise Pascal machine. – Gottfried Leibnitz machine. – Joseph Jacquard loom. – Charles Babbage Analytical machine. – Philip Emeagwali. – Electronic Counting devices and Modern computer: – Herman Hollerith Punch cards. – John von Neumann machine. – Modern machine
3BST (BASIC SCIENCE): LIVING AND NON-LIVING THINGS (III): – Differences between plants and animals. Examples, properties, uses and importance of living and non-living things.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) WORKSHOP SAFETY (I) – Causes of workshop accidents. – Types of workshop accidents. – Prevention of workshop accidents
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) – Characteristics of a physically fit person. – Importance of physical fitness.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) GENERATIONS OF COMPUTERS: – Describe each generation of computer in terms of: Year of developmentTechnologySpeed of operationStorage capacity.
4BST (BASIC SCIENCE) LIVING AND NON-LIVING THINGS (IV): – Classification of non-living things into metals and non-metals. – Examples, properties, uses and importance.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) WORKSHOP SAFETY (CONTD.): – Safety rules and regulations in workshop. – Safety devices.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION): – Exercise to develop strength, Endurance and Flexibility.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) BASIC COMPUTER CONCEPT: – Definition of computer. – Parts of a computer system e.g. monitor, keyboard, system unit, mouse, etc. – Category of the parts of the computer. – Description of a computer as an input and output device.
5BST (BASIC SCIENCE) – HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: – Meaning of puberty and adolescence. – Puberty/Adolescent changes (physical, social and emotional changes). -Personal hygiene. – Menstruation, menstrual cycle & menstrual hygiene-myths and facts about pubertal changes (Boys and Girls) – Coping with concerns at adolescence (Pubertal changes and emotional development).
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS (WOOD): – Identification – Classification.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) – Safety precautions while performing exercises.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) DATA AND INFORMATION: – Meaning, sources and examples of –Data, information. – Qualities of a good information: accurate, comprehensive. Meaning, relevant. – Timely suitable, etc.
6BST (BASIC SCIENCE) FAMILY HEALTH (I) Sanitation
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) WOOD (CONTD) – Properties. – Uses.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) PERSONAL, SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY HEALTH: – Determinants of health (hereditary, environment, life style) – Characteristics of a healthy person.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) INFORMATION TRANSMISSION: – Meaning of information transmission. -Ancient methods of transmitting information: Oral, fire lightning, whistling, beating of drums, town crying, drawings, making representations.
7&8BST (BASIC SCIENCE) FAMILY HEALTH (II): – Nutrition
7BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY): PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS (METALS): – Identification by their physical properties. – Types – Alloys.
8BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) METALS (CONTD) – Classification – Forms of metal – Uses
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) – Meaning of sewage and refuse

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BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION EVOLUTION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT): a) Electronic. b) Non-Electronic c) modes of receiving information: -Audio; e.g. radio, GSM -Visual; e.g. Pictures, charts. -Audio – visual, e.g. Television, Monitor.
8CLASSIFICATION OF MEANS OF TRANSMITTING INFORMATION: – Invention of Printing. – Invention of Radio and Television. – Invention of Computer. – Linking up of computer with information technology.
9BST (BASIC SCIENCE) FAMILY HEALTH (III) – Meaning of Drug, Drug and substance abuse, addiction and misuse. – Sources of drugs. – Uses and side effects of drugs.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS: (CERAMICS & GLASSES) – Identification. – Types – Properties of ceramic and glasses – Uses
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION): – Methods of sewage disposal – Methods of refuse disposal.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) ICT APPLICATION IN EVERYDAY LIFE: – Definition and meaning of ICT – Uses of ICT: Communication, Timing and control, Information processing and management, etc. – ICT and the society.
10BST (BASIC SCIENCE) REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM: – Male and Female reproductive organs (internal & external) – Functions and care of male and female reproductive organ.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) RUBBER AND PLASTICS: – Types – Identification – Properties – Uses
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION): – Sources of water supply.
  
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12& 13Revision and Examination

First Term JSS2 BST NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK

WKSJUNIOR SECONDARY 2
TOPICS
1BST (BASIC SCIENCE): LIVING THINGS (HABITAT): – Definition of Habitat. – Types of habitat e.g. aquatic, terrestrial and abroel (water, land and air) and examples.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) FIRST AID: -Definition. – Materials – Application of simple first aid.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION): Recreation, leisure and dance activities.   Indoor and outdoor recreation activities: – Examples of each. – Difference between the two.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY): REVISION/CLASSIFICATION OF COMPUTERS: – Sizes of computer. – Generation. – Degree of versatility. – Type.

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BST (BASIC SCIENCE): ADAPTATION OF LIVING THINGS TO THEIR HABITAT
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY): RESCUE OPERATION: – Meaning of rescue operation. – Different aspects. – Steps involved in rescue operations.  
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) Demonstration of recreational activities by teacher e.g. table tennis.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) THE COMPUTER SYSTEM Components of computer system. – Hardware. – Software. – People ware.
3BST (BASIC SCIENCE): Relationship between organism in the same habitat.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) MATERIALS AND THEIR COMMON USES: – Wood. – Metal.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) Explanation and demonstration of dramatic and creative rhythms for example gymnastics and aerobic.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) HARDWARE COMPONENTS: – Definition of hardware components. – Input devices. – Output devices. – Storage devices. – Arithmetic and logic unit. – Control unit.
4BST (BASIC SCIENCE)- UNIQUENESS OF HUMAN BEINGS: – Reasoning. – Problem solving. – Inquisitiveness. – Observation. – Measurement. – Inference.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) MATERIALS AND THEIR COMMON USES (CONTD.): – Ceramics/Glass – Rubber – Plastics.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION): Types of dance and activities: – Demonstration of different dance activities e.g. bata, pokiti, atilogwu, koroso.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) SOFTWARE: – Definition of computer software. – Types of computer software. (i) System software (ii) Application software.
5BST (BASIC SCIENCE) MESUREMENT OF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES: Growth changes in: – Height – Weight – Size
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) GEOMETRIC CONSTRUCTION – Lines: – Definition – Types, uses. – Bisection – Division of lines
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) First aid and safety education. – Definition of accident and injuries. – Safety measures at home, on playground, on the road. – Sport injuries, causes and first aid treatment.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) PEOPLE WARE: – Computer professionals. – Computer users.
6BST (BASIC SCIENCE) HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (1) Developmental changes: – Infancy. – Adolescents. – Adulthood. – Characteristics features of stages of development.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) ANGLES: – Definitions, types and uses.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) (i)Domestic accidents: – Causes and first aid treatment (ii) Road accidents: – Causes and first aid treatment.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) OPERATING SYSTEM: – Definition of an operating system. – Examples of operating system (DOS, Window, Linus, Unix)
7&8BST (BASIC SCIENCE) HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (II): Classification of growth and developmental changes as temporary/permanent. – Factors that affect growth and development.
7BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY): ANGLES (CONTD): – Bisection and construction of angles (900, 450, 600, 300, etc)
8BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) TRIANGLES: Definition and types
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) Measures of preventing: – Sport injuries. – Domestic injuries. – Road Accidents  

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BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FUNCTIONS OF OPERATING SYSTEM: – Resource allocation – System monitoring. – Utilities.
8BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) NUMBER BASE: – Decimal – Binary. – Octal. – Hexadecimal
9BST (BASIC SCIENCE) BODY IMAGE (I) – Meaning of body image, Physical features, size, height, race, ethnicity, colour of skin, eyes and hair.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) TRIANGLES (CONTD): – Construction of various types of triangles. – Circumscribing, inscribing, escribing circles to a given triangle.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION): (i) Throws – types, throwing sectors, phases of throws, weight specification, rules and regulations of throws. (ii) Jumps – types, equipment, styles and rules of jumps.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY): Conversion of number bases: – Convert decimal to binary and vice versa. – Convert decimal to octal and vice versa. – Convert decimal to hexadecimal.
10BST (BASIC SCIENCE) BODY IMAGE (II): – Puberty and body image. – Effect of pubertal changes on body image and behaviour. – Misconception about beauty as presented in the media. – Individual uniqueness.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) CIRCLE: – Definition. – Types and parts of a circle. – Construction of Targets and Normals to a given circle and to two equal and unequal circles.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) JUDO: – Brief history -Judo court – Skills. – Rules and regulations.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) UNITS OF STORAGE IN COMPUTER – Bits – Bytes – Nibble – Kilobyte. – Megabyte – Gigabyte
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12& 13Revision and Examination

First Term JSS3 Basic Science and Technology NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK

WKSJUNIOR SECONDARY 3
TOPICS
1BST (BASIC SCIENCE): DRUG AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE(I): – Effect of drug abuse e.g. Stomach upset, damaged nostril and lungs, skin rashes, injection abscesses. Prevention of drug abuse; – Inculcation coping skills, positive social interaction, healthy lifestyle.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) CAREER PROSPECT AND OPPORTUNITIES IN TECHNOLOGY: -Definition of career, prospect, career prospect. – Related career opportunities.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION): TRACK AND FIELD: 1. Pole vault skills. – Grip, run-up, pole carrying, take-off, hang, swing up, pull up and bar clearance, landing, recovery.  
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY): REVISION/INTERNET: Examples of search engines: – google.com – mama.com – ask.com – yahoo.com

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BST (BASIC SCIENCE): Drug and substance Abuse (ii) – Activities of drug control agencies – NAFDAC, NDLEA. – Misuse of herbal medicine.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY): PROCESSING OF MATERIALS: – WOOD. – Concept of wood processing (growth, felling)
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION: Basic javelin skills: – Grip – carriage – run-up – release – follow through – recovery
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) Uses of search engine
3BST (BASIC SCIENCE): FAMILY TRAITS: – Family traits (skin, colour, height, albinism, etc.) – meaning of dominant and recessive traits. – intelligence – Diseases. – Resemblance – Family Genealogy
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) PROCESSING OF WOOD (CONTD): – Conversion – Seasoning
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) HOCKEY: – Hockey game – Basic skills and techniques e.g. hit, stop, drive, dribble, pass, flick, push, bully/centre pass. – rules and safety regulations – Officials and their duties
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) DIGITAL DIVIDE: – Concept of digital divide. – features of old economy – Time consuming – Labour based – Mechanical – Constrained by space, time and mechanical. – Limitation of old economy.
4BST (BASIC SCIENCE) ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD I: SOIL EROSION – Definition of soil erosion – Causes of soil erosion. – Control of soil erosion
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) PROCESSING OF WOOD (CONTD.): Manufactured Board – Defects – Preservation
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION): – Facilities and equipment use in hockey game. – Value of the game. – Draw and label the (Hockey stick, Hockey pitch)
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) DIGITAL DIVICE (CONTD): 1. Features of new economy: – Digital – Time, space and distance is irrelevant. – Knowledge based, etc. 2. Benefit of new economy -low capital to start business. – create new jobs, etc.
5BST (BASIC SCIENCE) ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD (II): (BUSH BURNING) – Practices that influence bush burning – Effects of bush burning including economic consequences. – Relations against bush burning.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) PROCESSING OF MATERIALS – METHODS – ALLOYS – Definition – Types. – Properties- Uses
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) Pathogens,diseases and their prevention – communicable disease. – Nature of communicable diseases: measles, mumps, pneumonia, malaria etc. – Modes of transmission of the disease. – Factors and causative agents.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) DIGITAL LITERACY: – Meaning of digital literacy. – Characteristics of digital literacy.
6BST (BASIC SCIENCE) FLOODING: – Drainage patterns. – Causes of flooding. – Prevention of flooding. – Effects of flooding on community and farmland.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) ANGLES: PROCESSING OF MATERIALS: – CERAMICS AND GLASS: – METHODS – PRODUCTION – USES –PLASTICS AND RUBBER – Methods of processing plastics, rubber. – Uses.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) Non-Communicable diseases. Prevention and management of non-communicable disease. (i) Sickle cell (ii) Obesity (iii) Kwashiorkor etc.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) DIGITAL LITERACY (CONTINUE) Digital Literacy use in; – Education – Workforce – Society
7&8BST (BASIC SCIENCE) ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD III: (DEFORESTATION) – Reasons for deforestation e.g. commercial and domestic firewood. – Effects of the environment. – Regulations on deforestation.
7BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY): DRAWING PRACTICE (PICTORIAL DRAWING): – Isometric drawing. DefinitionConstruction of simple objects.      
8BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) DRAWING PRACTICES (OBLIQUE DRAWING): – Definition. – Types. – conctruction of simple objects.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) Recreation, leisure and dance activities: – Pre-colonial or folk traditional dance like: Atilogwu (ibo), Bata, Agidigbo (Yoruba), sharo (Fulani), Langa (Hausa). – Social dances. – Foreign, Disco, High Life, rumba, classical.

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BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) DATA BASE: I) Operational, definition of data base. ii) Data base Terminologies: – Fields. – Records. – Files. – Keys, etc.
8BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) DATA BASE: Forms of Data Base: – Flat file. – Hierarchical. – Relational. Preparation of result sheet
9BST (BASIC SCIENCE) ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD (IV) DESRTIFICATION – Definition. – Geographical area. – Causes such as overgrazing, bush burning, cutting trees. – Control measures
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) PERSPECTIVE DRAWING: – Definition. – One point perspective.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION): (i) Types of computer games e.g. Tennis, cricket, soccer. Values of computer games.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY): SPREAD SHEET: 1. Examples of spread sheet packages. – Excel. – Lotus 123. –  STATVIEW etc. 2. Uses of spread sheet packages – Preparation of daily sales. – Budget. – examination results.
10BST (BASIC SCIENCE) ENVIRONMETAL HAZARD (V): (DEPLETION OF OZONE LAYER AND ITS EFFECTS): – description of ozone layer and its location in the atmosphere. – importance of ozone layer. – effects of depletion of ozone layer e.g. global warming, greenhouse effect, ice melting and flooding. – control measures. – regulation use of chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) – reduce bush burning and control burning in household.
 BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION: – Definition. – Types (1st and 3rdangle). – Drawing of orthographic views of simple objects. – dimension technique.
 BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION): Physical fitness and body conditioning programme: – Benefits derived from physical fitness. – Factors that influence physical features.
 BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) SPREADSHEET PACKAGES (CONTD): 1. Spreadsheet features and terminologies. – Row – Column – Cell. – Worksheets. – Data range, etc. 2. Loading and existing spreadsheet packages.
11BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) SCALE AND SCALE DRAWING: – Definition. – Types. – Scale drawing.
12& 13Revision and Examination

                                                                BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (BST)

First Term JSS2 BST NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK

  1. BST (Basic Science)
  2. Revision of last terms work
  3. Reproductive system (Female and Male internal and external organs)
  4. Functions and care of the female reproductive organs

BST (Basic Technology)

  • Revision of last term’s work

BST (Physical and Health Education)

  • Revision of last term’s work
  • Sources of water

BST (Information Technology)

  • Revision/introduction to computer monitor:
  • Definition of computer monitor
  • Description of a monitor as an output device
  • Types of monitor: Monochrome monitor, Colour monitor
  • Identify the prompt and cursor
  • BST (Basic Science)

Environmental pollution (1)

  • Definition of air, soil and water pollution
  • Causes of air, soil and water pollution e.g. domestic/industrial waste, fertilizer/insecticides
  • Agricultural
  • Chemical
  • Non-biodegradable
  • Oil spillage

BST (Basic Technology)

Types of building and building materials:

  • Types of building
  • Types of building materials

BST (Physical and Health Education)

Contact and non contact sport:

  • Definition of contact and non-contact sports

Examples of contact sports: Wrestling, Judo

Contact and non contact sport:

  • Definition of contact and non-contact sports
  • Examples of contact sports: Wrestling, Judo

BST (Information Technology)

The System Unit:

  1. Internal features of the system unit and uses:
  2. CPU and its components (CU, ALU, MM)
  3. Motherboard
  4. Power supply
  5. Cooling fan, etc
  6. External features of the system units and uses:
  7. The power button
  8. The reset button
  9. The drives
  10. The ports etc.
  11. BST (Basic Science)

Environmental pollution (II)

  • Consequences of pollution such as respiratory tract infection
  • Water borne diseases
  • Destruction of soil organisms and poor plant yield
  • Control measures

BST (Basic Technology)

  • Uses

BST Physical and health Education

Examples of non-BST Physical and health Education

Examples of non-contact sports:

  • Gymnastics
  • Swimming

BST (Information Technology)

Computer ethics

  1. Definition of computer ethics
  2. Computer room management ethics
  3. Maintaining dust-free environment
  4. Appropriate ventilation
  5. Appropriate lighting system etc
  6. Laboratory rules and regulations:
  7. Arrange chairs and tables in s comfortable manner
  8. Arrange the computers and their peripherals in an orderly manner
  9. BST (Basic Science)

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

  • Definition of STIs
  • Transmission of STIs
  • Signs and symptoms of STIs
  • Effects of STIs, prevention off STIs (responsible sexual behaviour, avoid the use of unscreened blood, unsterilized injection needles and clippers)
  • Behaviours that put people at risk
  • Finding help

BST (Basic Technology)

Drawing instruments and materials (I):

  • Types
  • Uses

BST (Physical and Health Education)

Benefits of contact and non-contact sports

BST (Information Technology)

Word processing

  • Definition of word processing
  • Definition of word processor
  • Uses of word processor
  • Examples of word processor
  • Loading and exiting word processor
  • BST Basic Science)

HIV/AIDS (I)

  • Meaning
  • Differences between HIV and AIDS
  • Mode of transmission
  • Behaviours that put people at risk
  • Prevention of HIV

BST (Basic Technology)

Drawing instruments and materials (Continued)

  • Care

BST (Physical and Health Education)

  • Basic skills and techniques in contact and non-contact sports
  • Safety measures in contact and non-contact sports

BST (Information Technology)

Word processing:

  • Creating
  • Loading and exiting word processor
  • Creating, saving and retrieving files
  • BST (Basic science)

HIV/AIDS (II)

  • Counseling and testing
  • Care and support
  • Myths and facts about HIV/AIDS

BST (Basic technology)

Board practice:

  • Setting drawing paper on the drawing board
  • Sharpening pencil to conical point and knife edge
  • Using drawing instruments to draw border lines, parallel lines, vertical lines, title block, etc

BST (Physical and Health education)

Pathogens, Diseases and their preventions:

  1. Diseases caused by pathogens
  2. Diseases preventive measures:
  3. Adequate nutrition and exercise
  4. Clean environment
  5. Uses of safe water
  6. Proper disposal of refuse and sewage
  7. Seeking and getting treatment on time
  8. Good hygiene
  9. Immunization
  10. Good ventilation
  11. Vaccination

BST (Information Technology)

Data processing:

  • Definition
  • Data processing cycle
  • Stages of data processing:
  • Data gathering
  • Data collation
  • Input stage
  • BST (Basic Science)

Energy

  • Meaning of energy
  • Sources of energy
  • Forms of energy
  • Transformation of energy
  • Uses of energy

BST (basic technology)

Broad practice (Continued)

  • FREEHAND SKETCHING:
  • Definition
  • Technique of drawing lines, curves, circles and irregular shapes.

BST(PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION)

FOOD, NUTRITION AND HEALTH:

  • Meaning of food
  • Different types of food
  • Classes of food

BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)

FEATURES OF A COMPUTER:

  • State the features of a computer that makes it an excellent tool for data processing:
  • Accuracy
  • Speed
  • Storage
  • BST (BASIC SCIENCE)

RENEWABLE AND NON-RENEWABLE ENERGY:

  • Meaning
  • Examples
  • Use and misuse

BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY)

FREEHAND SKETCHING (CONTD):

  • Sketching of simple workshop hand tools (building, woodwork, metal work, hand tools)

BST ( PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION)

IMPORTANCE OF FOOD NUTRIENTS:

Carbohydrate, Protein, Fats and oil, Minerals and Salts, Vitamins and Water.

BST( INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)

THE KEYBOARD AND ITS SECTIONS:

  • Definition of keyboard
  • Types of keyboard
  • Standard and
  • Enhanced
  • BST(BASIC SCIENCE)

ENERGY AND SOCIETY:

  • Energy for working and operating appliances, seeing, walking, playing, cooking etc.
  • Energy from hydro-electric supply
  • Solar energy generates:
  • Heat energy for drying.
  • Light energy for photosynthesis.

BST(BASIC TECHNOLOGY)

WORK BENCH FITTINGS AND APPLIANCES:

  • List the work bench fittings and appliances.
  • Sketch the work bench fittings and appliances.
  • Uses.
  • Measuring tools
  • Marking out tools.

BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION)

FUNCTION OF VARIOUS CLASSES OF FOOD:

  • Carbohydrate, Protein, fats and oil, minerals and salts, vitamins and water.

BST(INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)

SECTIONS OF THE KEYBOARD:

List the sections of the keyboard. REVISION AND EXAMINATIONS

Second Term JSS2 BST NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK

  1. BST(BASIC SCIENCE)

Revision of last term’s work

WORK, ENERGY AND POWER:

  • Meaning of work, energy and power.
  • Concept of work, energy and power
  • Forms of energy (Heat, Light, Kinetic, Potential etc.).

BST(BASIC TECHNOLOGY)

  • Revision of last term work

BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION)

  • The striking games (table tennis and lawn tennis).
  • Basic skills and techniques of table tennis e.g grip, services, drive, chop and smash.

BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)

REVISION/COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE

  • Meaning of computer programming language
  • Examples of computer programming language
  • BST(BASIC SCIENCE)

POTENTIAL AND KINETIC ENERGY:

Meaning of potential and kinetic energy

BST(BASIC TECHNOLOGY)QUARDRILATERAL

  • Definition
  • Types/sketches
  • Constructions

BST(PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION)

  • Equipment and facilities of table tennis
  • Rules and regulations of table tennis
  • Official of table tennis

BST(INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)

BASIC LANGUAGE:

  • Meaning of BASIC
  • BASIC character set, key BASIC statements. Simple BASIC statements.
  • BST (Basic Science)

Calculations involving work done

BST (Basic Technology, Planes Figures)

Polygons

  • Definition
  • Types/sketches

BST (Physical and Health Education)

Basis skills and techniques of tennis, grip, service, drive, chop and smash

BST (Information Technology)

Simple Basis Statement

  • Exchange of simple BASIC statements
  • Simple BASIC program
  • BST (Basis Science)

Energy transfer when work is done

BST (Basic Technology)

Area of Plane Figures

  • Enlargement/reduction of plane figures (regular and irregular)
  • Determination of areas of regular plane figures

BST (Physical and Health Education)

Equipment and facilities of tennis

Officials of tennis

BST (information Technology)

Graphic Packages (I)

  • Meaning of graphic packages
  • Examples of graphic packages
  • Paint
  • Corel Draw
  • Instant Artist
  • Print Artist
  • photoshop
  • BST (Basic science)

Family use education (I)

  • Communication techniques
  • Importance of honest communication about pubertal concerns to responsible parents

BST (Physical and Health Education)

Personal, School and Community Health

  • Meaning and components of school health programme
  • Skill based health services
  • Healthful school environment/school feeding services, school, home and community relationship

BST (Information Technology)

Features of graphic package

  • Title
  • Toolbar
  • Menu bar
  • Printable bar
  • Colour bar, etc.
  • BST (Basic science)

Family life Education (II)

  • Life span continuum
  • Expression of feeling desires and fantasies from birth to death
  • Factors that influence individual sense of self-worth (body image)

BST (Basic Technology)

Wood work machines

  • Definition
  • Types and uses
  • Care and maintenance

BST (Physical and Health Education)

Types of environmental pollution

BST (Information Technology)

Graphic packages (II):

Paint Environment

  • Features of paint environment
  • Paint tools and their functions
  • BST (Basic Science) for 7th& 8th week

Kinetic theory

Assumptions

BST (Basic Technology)

Metal work Machines

  • Definition
  • Types and uses
  • Care and maintenance

BST (Physical and Health Education)

Effect of pollution on the environment and personal health

BST (Information Technology)

ICT as transformation Tool

  • Meaning of ICT (Information and Communication Technology)
  • Examples
  • Computers
  • Telephone (GSM)
  • Cellular network
  • Satellite communication
  • Television
  • Internet

Benefits of ICT Gadgets

  • Timely, better and cheaper access to knowledge and information
  • Speed up transaction and processes
  • Causes human beings to interact with other worldwide
  • Distance becomes irrelevant in business transactions and dealings
  • Innovative ways of interactions

Disadvantages

  • Job losses
  • Threatens other areas/field of human endeavours
  • BST (Basic Science)

Explanation of some phenomenon using kinetic theory

BST (Basic Technology)

Friction

  • Definition and causes of friction
  • Effects
  • Advantages and disadvantages

BST (Physical and Health Education)

  • Prevention measures against environmental pollutions

BST (Information Technology)

The GSM (Call, create, send, store, retrieve and read messages on GSM sets)

  • BST (Basic Science)

Boiling and evaporation

  • Explanation of boiling and evaporation using kinetic theory
  • Factors that affect evaporation

BST (Basic Technology)

Friction (Continued)

  • Reduction of friction
  • Lubrication
  • Types, uses

BST (Physical and Health Education)

Fresh approach to school health programmes

BST (Information Technology)

ICT gadgets

  • Fax machine (send and receive fax messages
  • telephone
  • Revisions and examinations

SECOND TERM JSS3 BST NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK

  1. BST (Basic Science)

Resources from living things

  • Examples of plant sources e,g, cash and food crops, dyes and drugs
  • Examples of animal sources e.g. hides and skin, dairy products

BST (Basic Technology)

Revision

BST (Physical and Health Education)

Group/combined events:

  1. Classification as:
  2. Pentathion
  3. Decathion
  4. List of various events under
  5. Decathion
  6. Pentathion
  7. The duration of the competition of decathion and pentathion
  8. Scoring the events

BST (Information Technology)

Graphics:

  • Line graphs
  • Histograms
  • Pie charts
  • Legends, etc
  • BST (Basic Science)

Economic importance of resources from plants and animals

  • Importance to self
  • Importance to society

BST (Basic Technology)

Building construction

Building components

  • Identification of parts of a building

Foundation:

  • Uses and types

     Walls and floors:

  • Types
  • Walling materials
  • Floor materials

BST (Physical and Health Education)

  • Facilities and equipment in group/combined events
  • Rules and regulations
  • Officiating N.B.: Exposure to practice of various events should be emphasized
  • Safety rules

BST (Information Technology)

  1. Editing graphs
  2. Formatting graphs
  3. Line graphs
  4. Histographs
  5. Pie charts
  6. Legends, etc.
  7. BST (Basic Science)

Resources from non-living things

  • Examples – Solid minerals like limestone, coal, gold, tin, etc.

BST (Basic Technology)

Building Components (Continued)

  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Roofs
  • Types, sketches and uses

BST (Physical and health education)

Nigeria sports heroes

  • Career guidance in physical education
  • Past and present sports heroes and their contributions in Nigeria
  • Professionals in physical education in Nigeria

BST (Information Technology)

The Worksheet

  • Starting worksheet
  • Data entry
  • Editing
  • Saving
  • Retrieving worksheets
  • Formatting worksheets (text, cell and columns, naming, etc)
  • BST (Basic Science)

Resources from non-living things (Location in Nigeria and their importance)

  • Location of solid minerals in Nigeria
  • Economic importance

BST (Basic Technology)

Woodwork projects

  • Woodwork joints
  • Types and uses

BST (Physical and Health education)

  • Personal school and community health 1
  • Family life Education:
  • Meaning and types of families
  • Duties of members of the family

BST (Information Technology)

     The worksheets (Continued)

Calculations

  • Addition
  • Average
  • Counting
  • Multiplication
  • Division, etc.
  • Printing of worksheets
  • BST (Basic Science)

Light energy

  • Reflection
  • Refraction
  • Vision
  • Dispersion and rainbow

BST (Basic Technology)

Woodwork projects

  • Simple wood work projects

BST (Physical and Health Education)

  1. Puberty in boys and girls
  2. Teenage pregnancy and its consequences

BST (Information Technology)

Computer career opportunities

Computer Professionals

  • Computer manager
  • System analyst
  • Programmers
  • Computer Education
  • Computer Engineers and technicians
  • operators
  • BST (Basic Science)

Sound energy

  • Production of sound
  • Transmission of sound
  • Reflection of sound
  • Hearing

BST (Basic Technology)

Metal work projects

  • Metal joining
  • Methods of joining metals
  • Tools and materials used for joining metals

BST (Physical and Health Education)

  • Career guidance
  • Sport promotion agencies and bodies in Nigeria
  • Sports associations
  • NAPHER-SD
  • Nigeria institute of sports
  • Assertiveness and communication skills

BST (Information Technology)

  1. Qualities of good computer professionals
  2. Computer professional bodies
  3. Nigeria computer society (NCS)
  4. Institute of Management Information Systems (IMIS)
  5. Computer Professional Registration Council of Nigeria (CPRN)
  6. Information Technology Association of Nigeria (ITAN)
  7. Nigeria Internet Group (NIG)

7&8 BST (Basic Science)

Magnetism

  • Load stone
  • Law of magnetism
  • Magnetic Poles and Magnetic Fields
  • Care of Magnets

BST (Basic technology)

7) Metal Work Project (Continued)

  • Simple metal work projects e.g. bottle openers, trash bin/cans, etc
  • MACHINE MOTION (MOTION IN ENGINEERING SYSTEM)
  • Definition
  • Types (Linear and Rotary)
  • Conversion
  • Application

BST (Physical and Health Education)

Non-contact Games:

  1. Swimming
  2. Basic swimming styles (Crawl, Breast stroke, Butterfly)
  3. Swimming skills
  4. Swimming equipment

BST (Information Technology)

Logic Circuit

7) Introduction to logic

  • Interpreting logic gate and circuit
  • Construction of truth tables for OR, AND, NOT, etc
  • BST (Basic Science)

Electrical Energy

  • Flow of electrons
  • Circuits series and parallel
  • Fuses and circuit breaker
  • Electric meter reading and billing

BST (Basic Technology)

Simple Electrical Wiring

  • Schematic diagram of electrical circuit (series and parallel)

BST (Physical and Health education)

     Gymnastics e.g.

  1. Stunts and tumbling e.g. forward roll, head stand and crab walk, cat, wheel, limp, frog
  2. Floor activities
  3. Classification of floor activities
  4. Values of floor activities

BST (Information technology)

Computer Games

  • Introduction to computer games
  • Types of computer games
  • BST (Basic Science)

Skill acquisition

  1. Meaning of skill acquisition
  2. Reasons for skill acquisition e.g.
  3. Taking risks
  4. Decision making
  5. Managing emergency situation
  6. Survival strategy
  7. Learning to live together
  8. Types of skills e.g.
  9. Farming
  10. Basic computer literacy
  11. Photography
  12. Internet browsing
  13. Desktop publishing and networking etc
  14. Importance of skill acquisition e.g.
  15. Improved quality of life appreciating human capability etc

BST (basic Technology)

Simple electrical wiring (Continued)

  • Wiring tools and materials

BST (Physical and health Education)

  • Official of gymnastic and their duties
  • Safety rules for non-contact games

BST (Information technology)

Computer Games (Continued)

  • Advantages of playing computer games
  • Disadvantages of playing computer games
  • Revision and Examination

THIRD TERM JSS1 BST NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK

003       WEEKBASIC SCIENCE  AND TECH. (Js 1)
1BASIC SCIENCE: HUMAN REPRODUCTION (I)  – meaning of menstruation, menstrual     hygiene , cleanliness during      Menstruation. –  Ovulation, signs of ovulation and the     difficulty in predicting the ovulation     period. –  Fertilization and conception.  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY REVISION OF 2ND TERM  5 WORK   PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Revision of last term’s work   Recreation, Leisure and Dance Activities – Meaning of recreation, leisure and    dance. – Differences between dance, leisure and    recreation. – Benefits of recreation and dance.   (i)  Refreshment of both body and mind   (ii) Create room for fun and enjoyment  (iii) Carry over values of skills learnt in         Physical education classes. (iv)  Promotion of menial alertness,            Social and emotional stability  
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Revision/Definition of Computer Processing.
     2BASIC SCIENCE: HUMAN REPRODUCTION (II)  – Symptoms of pregnancy and where to    get help. –  Growth of the fetus (stages, from     growth to birth)
BASIC TECHNOLOGY Woodwork hand tools  – boring tools – cutting tools
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Importance of Food: – Eliminate hunger – Provide energy for various physical    activities – for healthy living etc.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Importance of Computer as a tool for Processing data – increase accuracy – efficient storage facility – fast access to information – handles repetitive task
    3BASIC SCIENCE: FORCES  – Meaning  and types of forces –  Contact and non-contact forces –  Magnetic and gravitational force.  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY Woodwork hand tools (Contd.)  – Driving and impelling tools –  Holding devices – Care and maintenance.   PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Athletics (Track and Field) Discus and Shot put Drawing and labeling the sectors of shot put, Discus with dimensions.  
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY THE DEVICE – Definition – Classes of Devices   (i)  Mechanical (ii)  Electrical (iii) Electronic
   4BASIC SCIENCE: CALCULATIONS OF GRAVITATIONAL FORCE    – Balanced and unbalanced forces –  Friction, uses, advantages and     Disadvantages.  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY Metal work hand tools  – Measuring tools –  Marking out tools –  Holding devices  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Basic skills and techniques in the following events: (i)  Shot put (ii)  Discus  – Safety measure in shot put and discus – the benefits of taking part in athletics  
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TYPES OF COMPUTER – Definition of Digital computer and     examples –   Definition of Analog computer and     examples –   Definition of Hybrid computer and     Examples.
   5BASIC SCIENCE: SPACE TRAVEL:    – Meaning and purpose of space travel –  Benefits and dangers of space travel  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY Metal work hand tools (Contd.)  – Driving tools –  Cutting tools/boring tools –  Care and maintenance   PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Execution of basic skills and techniques in: (a)   Discus         –  carriage         – stance         – throw         – follow through (b)   Shot put        – Grip        –  stance        –  Put         – follow through
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TYPES OF COMPUTER Uses and Applications of Computer in: (i)   Schools (ii)   Hospitals (iii)   Government offices (iv)  Banks  etc.
  6BASIC SCIENCE: GRAVITATION AND WEIGHTLESSNESS: – Effects of gravitation on objects  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY Maintenance of tools and machine – Definition of Maintenance –  Types and Application  – Importance
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Ball games:  Soccer Volleyball – History of volleyball  – Basic skills and techniques in     Volleyball  – Application of the rules and     regulations governing volleyball  –  Officials of volleyball and their     Functions  –  Facilities and equipment  –  Values of soccer   –  Common injuries in volleyball
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Advantages and Disadvantages of Computer.
   7 & 8                            BASIC SCIENCE: EARTH IN SPACE –  The Solar system –  Rotation and Revolution of the earth     And moon. –  Description of Eclipse and seasons.  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY BASIC ELECTRICITY: – Definition of current  – Types of current – Definition of electric circuit    and its components and symbols.  
BASIC ELECTRICITY: (CONTD.) – Measuring instruments – Definition of transformer. Stabilizer – Electrical appliances and accessories.  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Practical performance of volleyball  
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Mystery of the keyboard –  Definition of keyboard –  Types of keyboard – Sections of the keyboard –  Correct sitting position – Using keyboard to type names, letter,     etc.    
   9BASIC SCIENCE: SATELLITES –  Meaning of satellites –  Uses of satellites     (i)   Communication     (ii)   Photography     (iii)  Mapping     (iv)  Geographical information System             (GIS)   BASIC TECHNOLOGY BASIC ELECTRICITY (CONTD.): – Simple electrical calculation.  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: – History of Soccer – Basic Skills and techniques in soccer –  Application of the rules and regulations governing soccer. –  Officials of soccer and their     Functions  –  Facilities and equipment  –  Values of soccer   –  Common injuries in soccer
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Screen pointing Devices – Definition of screen pointing devices – Types of screen pointing devices   (i)  Mouse  (ii) Track ball, pointing stick  (iii)  Touch pad (iv)  Joystick (v)  Light pen
10BASIC SCIENCE: CONSEQUENCES/IMPLICATION OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY: –  Physical, social emotional implication –  Effects of drugs and self medication    during pregnancy –  Effects of drug abuse on pregnancy –  Causes and consequences of birth     Defects –   Myths and facts about teenage      Pregnancy –  Finding help.     (i)   Communication     (ii)   Photography     (iii)  Mapping     (iv)  Geographical information System             (GIS) BASIC TECHNOLOGY BASIC ELECTRICITY (CONTD.): – Simple electrical circuit connections. – Simple electrical circuit diagrams  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Practical performance of Soccer  
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Mouse Techniques: clicking, double clicking, right clicking, drag and drop.
 11REVISION
  12EXAMINATION
  

THIRD TERM JSS2 BST NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK

003       WEEKBASIC SCIENCE AND TECH. (Js 2)
1BASIC SCIENCE: Revision THERMAL ENERGY (i): Heat flow   BASIC TECHNOLOGY REVISION OF LAST TERM  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Non communicable diseases and their prevention. i. Meaning of non- communicable diseases ii. nature of: – Sickle cell -Obesity -Asthma – Anemia -Kwashiorkor etc
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Definition of the terms: -Internet (the largest computer network in the world) – e-mail address -world web
     2BASIC SCIENCE: THERMAL ENERGY (II)  Heat transfer ( conduction, convections and radiation  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY BELT AND CHAIN DRIVE -Definition – Types, uses  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Preventive measures, against non communicable diseases
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – Microsoft Internet Explorer – Netscope, Mozilla etc. Creating e-mail account
    3BASIC SCIENCE: REPRODUCTION HEALTH Genetics Counselling -Breast feeding and Its advantages Myths about breast feedings  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY -Advantages – Disadvantages   PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: POSTURE AND POSTURAL DEFECTS: -Meaning of posture and postural defects – Kinds of posture and postural defects -kinds of posture- sitting walking, lifting
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY BENEFITS OF INTERNET -Information exchanges -e-learning -e-entertainment – faster and cheaper   Abuse of Internet -Fraud -Pornography
   4BASIC SCIENCE: ABSTINENCE Meaning of abstinence -Types: life long, delayed periodic -skills and behavior that promotes abstinence. Reasons why young people must abstain from pre-marital sex -reason why young people engage in pre-marital sex. -Facts and myths about sexual abstinence  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY GEARS Definition -Types and uses   PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Posture defects: kyphosis, lordosis, scoliosis, flat feet bow leg.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INTERENET ENVIRONMENT – Characteristic and features of Internet environment -Uses of Internet.
   5BASIC SCIENCE: CHEMICAL -Meaning of chemicals -Classes of chemical (a)Based on use: -Pharmaceutical/cosmetics -Nuclear -Agrochemical -Industrial -Laboratory b. based on hazardous nature: -highly hazardous and toxic -moderately hazardous and toxic. Non-hazardous and toxic  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY GEARS (CONTD): -Gear ration and speed – functions of lubricants in gears  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Causes of postural defects -poor nutrition -lack of exercise -poor sitting, walking and sleeping habit.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORK GROUPS: Search engines  
  6BASIC SCIENCE: CHEMICAL (SAFETY MEASURES): Safety measures when using chemicals Adhere to the manufacturer’s safety instructions – follows safety guidelines for chemical storage and handling -observe and adhere to safety signs and instructions on chemical packages -ensure proper labeling and storage of chemicals
BASIC TECHNOLOGY HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS MACHINES: -Definition -Types and uses -Operation
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: SPORTS AND SOCIETY -Definition -values and functions of sports in the society. Ways sports can be used to control youths restiveness (crime, drug abuse)  
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FILE SHARING -Definition of network -Types of Network -(i) Local Area Network LAN (ii)Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) (iii) Wide Area Network (WAN) etc Description of the types of Network
   7 & 8                            BASIC SCIENCE: DRUG ABUSE -Meaning of Drug -Meaning of drug abuse -Methods of drugs use e.g Inhaling, injection, smoke etc. -Common ways of misusing drugs -Social risks factors in drug abuse e.g. broken home. Peer influence, desperate move to get more drugs  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY BUILDING CONSTRUCTION: -SITE PREPARATION -Definition, tools -Classification of tools/plants use for site preparation SETTING OUT: -Definition tools, used during setting out -excavation/timbering  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Issues an d challenges in physical and health education Meaning of human trafficking   INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMPUTER ETHNICS: Responsible use of the Internet -Avoiding liquid dropping into the system -Using dust cover -Protection from power problems etc Computer Ethics Abuse/misuses of computers: -Invasion of Privacy -Computer Viru etc.
   9BASIC SCIENCE: CRUDE OIL AND PETROCHEMICAL (I) – meaning of crude oil, petrochemicals -Refining of crude oil   BASIC TECHNOLOGY BUILDING SERVICES -Taps -Water supply  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Health implication of human trafficking on victims – Solutions to human trafficking.   INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -The sitting posture. Using the anti-glare protector. -Positioning of monitor base.
10BASIC SCIENCE: CRUDE OIL AND PETROCHEMICAL (II) -Uses of crude oil and petrochemicals -importance of crude oil and petrochemical  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY Termly practical work  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Sport Laws     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SAFETY MEASURES (I) The use of computer laboratory. -sitting arrangement I the laboratory -care and maintenance of ICT gadgets SAFETY MEASURES(II) -The use of computer laboratory -Sitting arrangement in the laboratory – Care and maintenance of ICT gadgets
 11REVISION
  12EXAMINATION

THIRD TERM JSS3 BST NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK

003       WEEKBASIC SCIENCE AND TECH. (Js 3)
1BASIC SCIENCE: FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION (i) -implication of teenage pregnancy -Myths and facts about pregnancy  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY REVISION OF LAST TERM  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: FAMILY HEALTH: -Types of disease and mode of transfer -Disease vector -Types of diseases vectors -Life cycle of the mosquito and other vectors.   INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – Computer Virus i. Meaning ii. Types of Computer Virus – Book Sector -Executable file virus – Attack on document iii. Example of virus: Trojan, horses, Sleeper, logic bomb, Alabama virus, Christians Virus.  
     2BASIC SCIENCE: FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION (II)  Definition and types of abortion. -Reasons for abortion -Unsafe abortion and consequences -ways of preventing abortion – Where to get help   BASIC TECHNOLOGY FAULT DETECTION -Definition ( trouble shooting) Tools for fault detection  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Control measures: -water drainage, insecticide , oil spreading/spraying Disease transmission
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -Source of Viruses: -Infected diskettes -Infected CD-ROMS -e-mail -Internet  download -Illegal duplication of software etc
    3BASIC SCIENCE: RADIO ACTIVITY – Meaning of radioactivity – Radioactive elements -Types of radioactivity -Danger of radioactive rays  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY BASIC ELECTRONICS – Basic emission theory – Types of electronic device  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: -STI, HIV/AIDs -Consequence of contracting diseases on individual, Family, Society. -Disease prevention: (a)Sanitation (b) Education (c) Immunization (d) Choice of life partner
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY VIRUS WARNING SIGNS: -Slowing down of response time -Presence of tiny dots -Wandering across the screen -Incomplete saving of life – Corruption of the system Set up instructions – Appearance of strange characters
   4BASIC SCIENCE: ETHICAL ISSUES IN SCIENCE AND DEVELOPMENT – Meaning and wrong application on Science – Implication of bad scientific practices destroy individual’s life – Adverse effects on a counrty  
BASIC TECHNOLOGY – Components -uses  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: – Contract games: i. Tawkwando a. Basic skills b. Importance of Taekwando C. Safety rules, regulations and officiating in Taekwando INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Virus detection ( Anti-virus) -Norton Anti-virus -McAfee virus scan -Dr. Solomon’s Took Kite etc
   5BASIC SCIENCE: SIMPLE MACHINE DEFINITION – Uses of simple machine
BASIC TECHNOLOGY MACHINE MOTION -Linear Motion -Lever arrangement to produce linear motion -Use of slides and slots in mechanical system  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: Boxing: i. Basic techniques ii. Safety rules regulations and officials in boxing INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY REVISION
  6BASIC SCIENCE Revision
BASIC TECHNOLOGY MACHINE MOTION ROTARY MOTION One way e.g. shaft of running car -Reversible rotary motion e.g load down of cranes, brakes, clutches and ratchets  
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION: i. Meaning o f drug use, misuse abuse abuse ii. Categories of drugs -Prescription of drugs -Prescription of drug/ medicines -Non-prescription of drugs/medicines. Gateway drug – Health consequence of drug misuses and abuse -Ways of preventing drug misuse and abuse among young people
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY REVISION
   7 & 8                                    REVISION                 REVISION                       REVISION
   9                REVISION
10              REVISION
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  12REVISION

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