LAGOS STATE SCHEME OF WORK SECONDARY 3RD TERM (JSS1 -JSS3)

LAGOS STATE UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL SECOND TERM – JSS 1 – 3  – NAPPS – EDUDELIGHT.COM

LAGOS STATE UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL SECOND TERM – JSS 1 – 3 – NAPPS – EDUDELIGHT.COM

NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK SECONDARY 3RD TERM (JSS1 -JSS3) – EDUDELIGHT.COM

 3RD TERM

WEEKJSS 1JSS 2JSS 3
001ENGLISHENGLISHENGLISH
 TOPICTOPICTOPIC
1.1          1.2        1.3            1.4        1.5        1.6REVISION OF PREVIOUS TERM’S WORK :  SPEECH WORK  –  DIPHTHONGS GRAMMAR – VERB – Introduction –Active Voice and Passive Voice READING AND COMPREHENSION; Reading to make meaning from spatial description, Vocabulary development: Air transport COMPOSITION:  Introduction to Expository Essay LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Prose LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Theme/characterization in the recommended prose text.REVISION OF 2nd TERM’S WORK AND EXAMINATION QUESTIONS:SPEECH WORK -REVISION OF STRESS/INTONATIONS.GRAMMAR: The use ofconjunctionsAlthough and whereas as contrasts. READING AND COMPREHENSION; Reading to understand the writer’s purpose by identifying the key words in a selected passage. COMPOSITIONA review of Formal letters and Informal letters LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Review of Literacy Terms and Figures of Speech. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: As in 1.5REVISION OF 2nd TERM’S WORK AND EXAMINATION  
     2.1         2.2       2.3              2.4       2.5       2.6SPEECH WORK:  Identification of diphthongs in words.  For example /æ/ as in Mary Mæri/ / æi) as in boil/bæil/ GRAMMAR:  Highlighting the Active Voice READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Reading to identify appropriate introduction and conclusion in selected topics.  Vocabulary Development:  Words related to Fishing COMPOSITION:  Elements of writing continued. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Prose LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Setting/Plot to the recommended text.SPEECH WORK: Consonants/t/and/d/or/p/&/b/at the initial. Middle and final position of words. GRAMMAR:  Using despite an inspite with adequate examples READING AND COMPREHENSIONReading to summarize the key ideas from different paragraphs COMPOSITION:  Use the recommended text on Prose. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: More or Myths and Legends.  Themes in popular Myths/Legends.COMPREHENSION/VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT ( Look at some past questions) -English Structure_ Review of Nouns and Pronouns -Composition- Review of Narrative/Descriptive Essays – Speech Work: Review of Monothongs -Literature-in-English Review of major/minor characters, theme, plot, tragic/comic elements, diction  
    3.1       3.2       3.3             3.4       3.5         3.5SPEECH WORK:  Introduction to consonants sounds.  GRAMMAR:  The Use of Passive Voice with examples.  READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Reading to identify key words in the passage that signal direction.  Vocabulary Development:  Words associated with the kitchen. COMPOSITION:   Expository Essay  (Guided Writing)  The Ebola Virus LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Poetry Identification of the language used in a selected poem. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Poetry continued.SPEECH WORK:  Consonants sound/t/and/s/)sheep/cheap, mash/march)  GRAMMAR:  The uses of Have, Has and Had.   READING AND COMPREHENSION: Reading to infer the author’s intention in a selected passage COMPOSITION a composition on the topic: -Pride goes before a fall LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Characterization, Theme and Diction in the recommended Prose text LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Write a simple story on Honesty and Fair play.COMPRHENSION/VOCABULARYDEVELOPMENT (Use past questions) LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH – Review of Verbs and Adverbs Composition- Review of Argumentative/Expository Essay – Speech Work- Review of Diphtongs LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH Review of Literary terms for poetry: metaphor, Smile, Alliteration, Irony and so on
   4.1      4.2    4.3          4.4      4.5        4.6SPEECH WORK:  Syllables:  words of two, three, four syllables. GRAMMAR:  Exercise on Active Voice.  READING AND  COMPREHENSION:  Reading to make meaning from spatial description, Vocabulary development: Words associated with the Sick bay. COMPOSITION:   Argumentative Essay  Tribalism is a better evil than Cultism LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Myths/Legend.  Identification of the moral lessons learnt from a legend. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on DramaSPEECH WORK: Consonants sound/ᴓ/and /ᴓ /(think/father, mouth/lathe)  GRAMMAR:  Synonyms: using adequate examples. READING AND COMPREHENSION: Reading to identify words/expressions that signal or redirect attention to the main point. VOCABULARY development: Words associated with Human rights COMPOSITION a composition on the topic: The Responsibility of Government LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Use the recommended text on Prose LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Writing a simple poem on Laziness.COMPRENSION/VOCABULARYDEVELOPMENT: Review of Literary terms for poetry, metaphor, Smile, Alliteration, Irony and so on COMPREHENSION/VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT -English STRUCTURE: Review and interjection COMPOSITION- Revisit informal letter, Formal letter and their features SPEECH WORK Review of consonant sounds, LITERATURE –IN-ENGLISH -Use past questions
   5.1    5.2    5.3         5.4       5.5     5.6SPEECH WORK:  Syllables continued. GRAMMAR:  Exercise on Passive Voice.  READING AND  COMPREHENSION:  Refer to week 7 of 2nd term, Vocabulary development: Words associated with Cooking. COMPOSITION:   Argumentative Essay  Cultism erodes Traditional Values in a  Society. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Identification/Explanation of the meaning of a selected poem. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Identification of the Figures of Speech in the selected poem.SPEECH WORK:  Consonants/w/and /j/ ) wonder/university, win/yellow) GRAMMAR:  Antonyms- using adequate examples READING AND COMPREHENSION: As in week 1. Vocabulary Development: Conflict resolution. Words associated with Cooking. COMPOSITION: A topic on – A memorable Journey I once made LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Identification of the moral import in the recommended Prose text. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Setting /plot in the recommended prose text.Use past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
  6.1      6.2     6.3         6.4       6.5     6.6SPEECH WORK:  Consonants clusters (asks. school, thrive, please, respect …) GRAMMAR:  Statements and Tag Questions  READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Identification of Topic Sentences. Vocabulary development: Words associated with Teaching. COMPOSITION:   Identifying the differences between Argumentative Essay and Expository Essay.    LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Drama LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Write a short play or story.SPEECH WORK:  Contrasting vowel/U/and/U:/ (Look/youth, book/food) GRAMMAR:  The use of causative verbs.  For examples: blacken-to cause to become black READING AND COMPREHENSION: As in week 2. Vocabulary Development: words associated with Religion . COMPOSITION: Writing a dialogue LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Use the recommended text on Drama. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Figures of speech in the recommended drama text..Use past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
   7.1           7.2     7.3        7.4      7.5      7.6SPEECH WORK:  Word boundaries: Production of sounds with reference to linking sounds.  For example: matter-of-fact, Shah of Iran, bread and butter and poor and blind. GRAMMAR:  Differentiating between Polar Questions and Tag Questions. READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Refer to week 8 of 2ndterm,  Vocabulary development:   Spelling Drills. COMPOSITION Expository Essay:  How to plant a Tree.   LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Drama LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use Similes and Metaphors on sentences.SPEECH WORK:  Contrast between vowels /Ӭ/ and /˄/ (caught/come, lawn/love) GRAMMAR: Adverbs of place ( by the gate, in the school, on the field…) READING AND COMPREHENSIONAs in week 3. COMPOSITION: Composition on the topic; The day I would not like to remember   LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Drama LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Dramatisation of some from the recommended test on dramaUse past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
    8.1SPEECH WORK:  Contrasting /ei/ and ie/.  For example, date, here, late, cheer GRAMMAR:  Exercise on Adverbials. READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Revisit week 9 of 2nd term,  Vocabulary development:   Spelling Drills continued COMPOSITION: (Oral)   School Rules LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Dramatization of an act from the Drama text.  LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Turn Similes to Metaphors and vice-versa.  For example:  She is as red as a rose.                             She is a red rose.SPEECH WORK: Consonant and vowel sounds differentiated. GRAMMAR:  Review of prefix and suffix READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Refer to week 4. COMPOSITION: Write a composition on the topic:  The Rich Also cry LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Characterisation, Diction, Plot and Theme in the recommended text on drama  LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: As 8.5  Use past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
   9.1SPEECH WORK  –  DIPHTHONGS: Contrasting  /uæ/ and /en/ – tour, sow, pour, pole. GRAMMAR – Revision of Noun, Pronouns, Verbs and Adjectives. READING AND COMPREHENSION; Reading for evaluation. COMPOSITION: Revise all the types of Essays. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: More on Figure of Speech: Euphemism/PunSPEECH WORK:  Review of the consonant sounds with emphasis on/Ө/ and /Ө/ GRAMMAR:  More on Question Tags READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Review the language skills COMPOSITION: Review the components of Letter writing and Essay Writing LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Review the Prose text in use.  LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Turn Review the Drama text in use. Use past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
10REVISIONREVISIONUse past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
11 & 12TEST AND EXAMINATIONTEST AND EXAMINATIONTEST AND EXAMINATION

LAGOS STATE SCHEME OF WORK SECONDARY 3RD TERM (JSS1 -JSS3) – EDUDELIGHT.COM

002 WEEKMATHEMATICS(Js 1)MATHEMATICS(Js 2)MATHEMATICS(Js 3)
1REVISION OF SECOND TERM’S WORK WITH EMPHASIS ON IDENTIFIED DIFFICULT AREAS IN SECOND TERM EXAM(a) Revision of second term’s examination (b) Re-presentation of real life situation an graphs and the reason’sREVISION OF SECOND TERM’S WORK AND EXAMINATION PAPERS
     2SIMPLE EQUATION: – Translation of work problems into equation and vice-versa – Use of balance or sea saw to   demonstrate the principle of equality – Solution of simple equations.ANGLES AND POLYGON:CONTRUCTION: (a)Construction of angle 45o (b)Construction of angle 3o (c) Copying of simple plane shapes
    3GEOMETRY-PLANE SHAPES: – Types of place shapes and their properties – Similarities and differences between the following: square rectangular, triangle, trapezium, parallelogram and circle.ANGLES OF ELEVATION AND DEPRESSION: MEASURE OF CENTRAL TENDENCY (a) Revision of previous work on means, median and mode
   4– Perimeter of regular polygon, square, rectangle, triangle, trapezium, parallelogram and circle. – Area of regular plane shapes such as: square, rectangles, parallelograms etcBEARING AND DISTANCEAPPLICATION OF MEASURE OF CENTRAL TENDENCY TO ANALYSE GIVEN INFORMATION
   5THREE DIMENSIONAL SHAPES: – Identification of three dimensional or 3-D shapes – Basic properties of cubes and cuboids. – Volume of cubes and cuboids.STATISTICS: DATA PRESENTATIONDATA  PRESENTATIION -Pie Chart
  6ANGLES: IDENTIFICATION AND PRO PERTIES OF ANGLES – Vertically opposite angles – Adjacent angles – Corresponding anglesSTATISTICS (Continued)REVISION OF JS 3 WORK
   7ANGLES (CONTINUED): THEOREMS  (a)  Sum of angles on a straight line (b)  Supplementary angles (c)   Complementary angles (d)  Sum of angles of a triangleREVIEW OF FIRST HALF TERM’S WORK AND PERIODIC TESTMOCK EXAMINATION
    8CONSTRUCTION (a)  Construction of parallel and                 Perpendicular lines (b)   Bisection of a given line-segment (c)   Construction of angles 900 and 600             DegreesPROPBABILITY:MOCK EXAMINATION
   9STATISTICS  (1) Definition –  Purpose and usefulness lf statistics –  Date  collection, sources and     Importance –  Presentation and analysis of data     Frequency distribution  PROBABILITY (continued)JSSCE EXAMINATION
10Graphical presentation of data, the use of pictogram bar-chart and histogram.REVIEW OF THIRD TERM’S WORK AND PERIODIC TEST 
 11STATISTICS  (11) Measure of Average –  The Arithmetic mean –  The Median –  The ModeREVISION AND EXAMINATION 
  12REVISION AND EXAMINATIONEXAMINATION AND VACATION 
  13EXAMINATION AND VACATION  

LAGOS STATE SCHEME OF WORK SECONDARY 3RD TERM (JSS1 -JSS3) – EDUDELIGHT.COM

003       WEEKBASIC SCIENCE  AND TECH. (Js 1)BASIC SCIENCE AND TECH. (Js 2)BASIC SCIENCE AND TECH. (Js 3)
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.BASIC 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 webBASIC 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: 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 taskBASIC 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 accountBASIC 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: 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) ElectronicBASIC 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 -PornographyBASIC 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: 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.BASIC 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.BASIC 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: 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.BASIC 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  BASIC 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: 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.BASIC 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 NetworkBASIC 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                            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.    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.        REVISION                 REVISION                       REVISION
   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 penBASIC 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.                REVISION
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.BASIC 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              REVISION
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NAPPS SCHEME OF WORK SECONDARY 3RD TERM (JSS1 -JSS3) – EDUDELIGHT.COM

004 AND 005 PLS NOTE THAT RELIGIOUS KNOWLDEGE IS NOT PART OF NATIONAL VALUES BUT SEPARATE SUBJECTS  and now to ADD  SCHEME OF HISTORY TO IT.

WEEKRELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES EDUCATION (RNV). (Js 1)RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES EDUCATION (RNV) (Js 2)RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES EDUCATION (RNV) (Js 3)
1CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Revision of last term work.   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Revision of last term work.   CIVIC EDUCATION: Revision of last term’s work   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Revision of last term’s work   SECURITY EDUCATION: Revision of last term’s work        CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Revision of second term work.   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Revision Suratul Nasr. Qch.110 ( Reading, translation and lesson from from the surah   CIVIC EDUCATION: Revision of last term’s work   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Revision of last term’s work   SECURITY EDUCATION: Revision of last term’s work  CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Paul and Civil Authorities -Paul Before Felix Acts 24: 1-23 ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES SuratulInshra   CIVIC EDUCATION: Elections; -meaning – Types SOCIAL EDUCATION: Revision of last term’s work   SECUIRTY EDUCATION Demonstration of Security Awareness  
2CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Call to Freedom   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES SuratulKawthat Q.108.  Reading and meaning   CIVIC EDUCATION: National Consciousness and identity Meaning and features   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Negotiation (i) -meaning, situation that may need Negotiation Step in successful negotiation   SECURITY EDUCATION: Crime Prevention  CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: The passion of Christ – The Triumphant entry matt 21: 1-12: Mk 11: 1-14: Lk 19:29-44 ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Brief  history of Umar bin Ak- Khattab CIVIC EDUCATION: Election and voters’ responsibilities: – concept of election, Voter and voting, Types of election SOCIAL EDUCATION: Science, Technology and Society(i) -Meaning of science and technology -Importance of science and technology   SECURITY EDUCATION: Responses in emergency managementCHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Paul Before Festus Act. 25: 1-20 – The Ten commandments ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES SHAYK Uthman b. Fodio Mention how to apply lessons to daily life activities   CIVIC EDUCATION: Importance of Election SOCIAL EDUCATION: World transportation System I: -meaning of transportation -types of transportation -advantages of each of the systems of transportation   SECUIRTY EDUCATION Effects of Crime on National Security
3CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Political Freedom for the Israelites ( Exocudus2, 3 : 1-5   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Hadith No 5 of An-Nawawis collection   CIVIC EDUCATION: National Symbols and their meanings: Coat of Arms,  National flag, National Currency   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Negotiation (ii) -Factors that Influence negotiation and refusal skills techniques -Advantages of Negotitiation Negotiating safer sexual behaviour SECURITY EDUCATION: Prevention of crime in the school  CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: The cleaning of the Temple. Matt 21:12-17; Jn 2:12-21. ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Study of hadith 11 & 12 An Nawawi collection CIVIC EDUCATION: Election and voters Responsibilities (cont) SOCIAL EDUCATION: Science Technology and society (ii) Types of Traditional science and technology -Some traditional science and technologies influenced by modernization SECURITY EDUCATION: Responding in emergency situations.  CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Paul Before King Agrippa Acct 25:22-32,  State Paul’s defence before Agrippa – The Ten commandments ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES KhulafaRashudunUthman B, Affan and Ali b Abi Talib   CIVIC EDUCATION: Electoral bodies in Nigeria: -INEC. SIEC, Composition and roles SOCIAL EDUCATION: World Transportation System II: -The difference between transportation systems. -impact of science and technology on world transportation system   SECUIRTY EDUCATION Curbing Crimes that Affects National Security. -state ways by which each of the crimes can be curbed.
4CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Deborah and Barak lead their people to Freedom (judges 4)   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Hadith No 5 of An-Nawawis collection   CIVIC EDUCATION: National Symbols (cont)   SOCIAL EDUCATION: STIs/HIV/AIDS Meaning of STI/ HIV/ AIDS/ -causes of STI/ HIV/ AIDS/ -Effect of STI/ HIV/ AIDS/ SECURITY EDUCATION: Curbing Examinations Malpractices in schools  F  CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: The Christian Church Today   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Duha   CIVIC EDUCATION: Free and fair elections: -meaning -importance/need for free and fair election SOCIAL EDUCATION: Global International Cooperation I: -meaning of Global/International cooperation -strategies for global international cooperation.   SECUIRTY EDUCATION Promoting National Security
5.CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Eminent Nigerians obtain freedom for their people. -Herbert Macaulay, Nnamdi  Azikweetc ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Attributes of Allah (II) ( 11-20) CIVIC EDUCATION: National Symbols and their meaning, -National Anthem, National pledge.   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Social issues and problems -Examinations malpractice -meaning, causes, effects, and solutions SECURITY EDUCATION Curbing Cultism in the school  CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: The Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus Mk 14:26-52   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Kinds of Salat   CIVIC EDUCATION: Procedure for voting. Importance of Election.   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Science Technology and society: Breakdown of appliance. -correct ways of using electrical appliance SECURITY EDUCATION: Tips of Emergency Management  CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Revision   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Al- Hajj II -describe how hajj is performed. -highlight what vitate Hajj   CIVIC EDUCATION: Electoral malpractice in Nigeria Meaning, form , Causes.   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Globa International Cooperation II -Reasons -Consequences SECURITY EDUCATION: Revision  
6CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Eminent Nigerians obtain freedom for their people. -Late  Obafemi  Awolowo – Human Rights Society   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Hijarh ( Holy migration)   CIVIC EDUCATION: Measures adopted by Nigeria Government to promote Unity among Nigerians. -Unity Schools. NYSC Federal Character. Tolerance.  Hospitality, Inter marriage   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Cultism -meaning -causes -effects -prevention measures   SECURITY EDUCATION Roles of the Police in Crime PreventionCHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: The Death and Burial of Jesus: -peter’s denial Lk 22:54-62 ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Zakah in Islam   CIVIC EDUCATION: Electoral Malpractices: Concepts and forms of electoral practices.   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Assertiveness I: Meaning of assertiveness, different between assertiveness, aggressiveness, passive and manipulation. SECURITY EDUCATION: Response to Emergency in School  CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Revision ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Al-Hajj II -State the kinds of Hajj -Point out the difference in the kinds of Hajj -list the importance of Hajj   CIVIC EDUCATION: Ways of preventing electoral malpractices in Nigeria.   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Revision. SECURITY EDUCATION: Revision  
7.CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Call to Repentance(I) -King David (2 Sam 12:7-13. Psalm 51 -Repentance of the city of Nineveh ) Jonah  I-1- 14; 11)   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Consequent of Makkah   CIVIC EDUCATION: Measures adopted by Nigerian government to promote unity among Nigerians II.   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Notional Unity and Integration. -Meaning, Needs and importance SECUIRTY EDUCATION Roles of Nigerian CIVIL Defence and Security Corps (NCDSC) in crime prevention.  CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: The Trail of Jesus Matt 26: 57-68: Mk 14-55-65: Lk 22:63-71   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Suruatul Maun Q.107 )Reading and translation)   CIVIC EDUCATION: Electoral Malpractices: -causes – Consequences.     SOCIAL EDUCATION: National Economy I Saving and ways of saving: -Traditional method of saving. -Modern method of saving Reasons for saving SECURITY EDUCATION Response to Emergency situation in the EnvironmentCHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Revision ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Shita Bay of Lagos   CIVIC EDUCATION: Democratic process -voting -voter registrations -process of voting -importance of voting   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Revision SECURITY EDUCATION: Revision  
8CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Call to Repentance(II) -John the Baptist call to Repentance (matt 3: 1-12, LK 3: 1-14) – The Prodigal Son ( Lk 15: 11-32)   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Human Relations in Islam – Greetings,  Response   CIVIC EDUCATION: How individuals and groups can promote National Unity. -measures, institutions that promote National Unity   SOCIAL EDUCATION: Influence of man in the environment SECUIRTY EDUCATION The roles of Armed Forces in preventing crimes.  -Nigeria Army  CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: The Crucifixion of Jesus. Matt 27:32-56, Mk 15:21-41. Jn 19:38-42   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Moral lesson in SuratulLuqman Q 31:13-19   CIVIC EDUCATION: Solutions to Electoral malpractices   SOCIAL EDUCATION: National Economy – Keeping money in the bank -advantages of keeping money In the bank -problems and solutions to saving money in the bank. SECUIRTY EDUCATION Responding to emergency situations in the environment  Examination
9.CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Living in a community under God’s law. -Israel living under God’s law   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES General revision on Qur’anic chapter   CIVIC EDUCATION: Nigeria Constitution: -meaning, aspect that seek to promote National consciousness.   SOCIAL STUDIES: Environmental Problem   SECUIRTY EDUCATION The roles of the Nigerian Air force in  protecting the nation  CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: The Burial of Jesus Christ.  Matt 27: 56-66. Mk 15:42-47. Lk 24:50-56: Jn 19:38-42.   ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Brief history of UtnmanB.Affan   CIVIC EDUCATION: Field work excursion and seminars.   SOCIAL STUDIES National Economy IV Communication: – means of communication traditional and modern -Roles of communication in National economy. SECUIRTY EDUCATION Responding to riot situations to be taken in a riotous situation 
10.CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: God’s Law in the Old Testament ( Ex 20: 1-17 – The Ten commandments ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Revision   CIVIC EDUCATION: Revision SOCIAL EDUCATION: Revision   SECUIRTY EDUCATION The roles of the Nigerian Air force in preventing crimes     CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: The Great Commission. Matt 28: 19-20, MK 15: 14-15 ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Significance of Environmental Sanitation in Islam   CIVIC EDUCATION: Revision SOCIAL EDUCATION: Finding Help. Meaning. -Situation when people need help -People who can help – skills necessary when seeking help -Skills necessary for helping others   SECUIRTY EDUCATION Solution to Emergency 
11CHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: God’s Law in the New Testament ( Matt 5:17-18) – The Semon on the Mount ( Matt 5:17-48 ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Revision CIVIC EDUCATION: Revision SOCIAL EDUCATION: Revision SECUIRTY EDUCATION RevisionCHRISTAIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Revision ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES Patience and Endurance   CIVIC EDUCATION: Revision SOCIAL EDUCATION: Revision   SECUIRTY EDUCATION Revision   
12ExaminationExamination                   
 HISTORY ASPECT OF NATIONAL VALUE

HISTORY THIRD TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WeekJSS 1JSS 2JSS 3
1REVISION OF LAST TERMS WORKRevision of last terms THE MALI EMPIRE. – Location and socio-political structure – The early life of Sundiata. – Achievement and contributions to the rise of Mali.REVISION OF LAST TERMS WORK  
2THE YORUBA IFE AND OYO – Ife and the Yoruba land – The Oyo empire before 1800 –  THE MALI EMPIRE (contd) -Creativr of the empire -factors that led to the rise of Mali Empire -Economy of the empire -influence of Islam on the growth of the Mali EmpireThe Evolution of the Nigerian State – The Berlin’s Treaty – Major reasons for the treaty – Attendance a Berlin conference – Decisions and agreement at Berling conference of 1884/1885
3               4The Oyo Empire 1500-1800 – The economy of the Yoruba of Oyo           The Benin Kingdom Up to1800 -Introduction – The Region of the Ogisos – The coming of Oraniyan  The Mali empire The role of Mali in the trans Sahara trade The decline and fall of mali empire Internal factors that contributed to the decline and fall of mali empire External factors that contributed to the decline and fall of mali empire  Importance of Berlin conference of 1884/1885 -The roles of Royal Niger Company in Nigerian territories       The Amalgamation of Nigeria -Resaons for the Amalgamation of Nigerians territories – Advantages of amalgamation -disadvantages of Amalgamation -Process of AmalgamationThe Amalgamation of Nigeria -Resaons for the Amalgamation of Nigerians territories – Advantages of amalgamation -disadvantages of Amalgamation -Process of Amalgamation
5      The Benin Economy -Benin’s contact with the Portuguese -important of Obas of Benin    The sanghai empire Location and socio political structure of shangahai empire Expansion of the empire .  The independence Nationalists Movement – meaning of Nationalism – Nationalist movement in British west Africa -factors that contributed to Nigeria Nationalism – External factors – the Nature of Nigerian Nationalism
6The Efik- Introduction – The socio-political Organisation of the Efik- -The Economy of the EfikThe ascension of Askia Mohammed, the problems and measures he took to resolve them with  its achievementsPeople involved in the struggle for Nigeria’s independence – Attainment of Independence in 1960
7TestTestRevision
8       9The impact of the contact of European with with the Efik     The Niger Delta – introduction -The Western Delta -The Eastern DeltaThe sanghai empire cont Expansion of the empire Government of the empire under Askia Muhammed toure The economy and revenue of sanghai empireRevision
10Political Organisation(Western central)ijo -Changes in the Niger DeltaThe sanghai empire cont. Factors that aid in the rise of sanghai Songhai empire after Askia Muhammed the great The decline and fall of sanghai empire Internal factor   
11Itsekiri- The Origin of the Itsekiri  The sanghai empire (cont) Economy The Morocau attack and conquest Reasons why the Morocau conquest was easy. Results and contributions of Islam (sanghai) 
12Revision  
13Examination  

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006 WEEKCULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART(CCA) (Js 1)CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART(CCA) (Js 2)CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART (CCA) (Js 3)
1COSTUME IN DRAMA -Meaning of costume, clothes and accessories )caps, shoes, jewelriesPATTERNS -meaning of patterns -Types of patterns -Pattern making (practical)MODULATION -Definition of modulation /transportation -identifying change of keys
2.MOSAIC -Meaning, materials and tools – methods and usesKEY SIGNATURES -keys signature of major scales -key signature of minor scalesMARKETING OF ART WORKS -meaning of marketing or art work -Various outlet of art product (shop, hotel, festival, gallery) -sources of fund )non- governmental organization.\-ways of marketing art work
3.THEORIES OF MUSIC -simple sight singing exercise (c major & G major -key signature (reviewed) -Time signature -Accidental (sharp, flat, natural, double sharp and double flat)DANCE AS A CAREER -meaning of Dance as a career -Importance of danceUNITY -Meaning of Unity -Causes of Disunity in home, school and society How to maintain unity
4.INTRODUCTION TO CHOREOGRAPHY -meaning of choreography, -principals of Choreography – meaning of choreographyBEAD WORKS -Definition of beadwork -materials for bead making -Tool and equipment used in beads making -Uses of beadsPRACTICAL- BREATH CONTROL VOICE TRAINING AND INSTRUMENTS -Practice on breadth control -singing techniques -playing of recorder, piano, guitar or and available musical
5.MAKE-UP IN DRAMA -meaning and types of make-up -uses of make-up Items of make-upsTIME SIGNATURE -Meaning of time signature -types of time signatureBATIK -meaning of batik -materials and tools for batik making -procedure for batik making Types of resist
6.CONSEQUENCES OF USING FAKE AND ADULTERATED GOOD -Meaning of adulterated and fake goods -Names of goods of ten faked and adulterated Reasons why people produce fake and adulterated goodsCROCHETING -Meaning of Crocheting -Materials, tools used in crocheting -making of crocheting stitchesREVISION AND PAST QUESTIONS PAPER AND EXAMINATION
7.CONSEQUENCES OF USING FAKE AND ADULTERATED GOODS – Control of the sales and adulterated goods. -Goods agencies that fight the production and distribution of fake and adulterated good ( NAFDAC, NDLEA)PAPER MACHE -meaning of paper mache -materials for papermache Procedure for papermache Uses of paper mache 
8.BEADS WORK -Definition of beads work -Materials & production of beads -uses of beads Makes jewelry with paper seeds, straw etc.INTERVALS Define intervals and -Definition of an interval and its kinds –Determination of Interval numerically 
9.AFRICAN MUSICAL/INSTRUMENT – Classification types and examples from the different ethnic groups in Nigeria. Membranohpne, chordophone, Idiophone, aerophoneTIE DYE (PRACTICAL) -Types of tie-dye Different types of tying fabrics -Location of the dye 
10.TIE-DYE -meaning of Tie-dye -Types and method of tie-dye -Materials and toolsSINGING AND RECORDER PLAYING -Playing and signing of National Anthem on G or F major -Playing and singing of a Nigeria song on drug abuse or any societal ills on F and G major 
11.PLAYING OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS -playing of recorder, piano, guitar etc in key of C and G majorREVISION 
12REVISION AND EXAMINATIONEXAMINATION 
007         WEEKBUSINESS STUDIES (Js 1)BUSINESS STUDIES (Js 2BUSINESS STUDIES (Js 3)
1SOURCE DOCUMENTS Meaning, uses and typesPRINTER CORRECTION SIGNS -Proof reading marks and signs identification -Uses of eachRevision of last Term’s work
2.JOURNAL Meaning, types and forms of a journalSPEED DEVELOPMENY AND ACCURACY SKILLS -Alphabetical sentences drill -Outline sentences drills -Accuracy and speed drills -Speed burst at one to ten minutesERASING TECHNIQUES USING -Rubber, correction liquid, correction paper, erasing on the following: Top copy, carbon copy, carbon copies
3.DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK-KEEPING -meaning, double entry liabilities, treatment of expenses, meaning of journal, meaning of ledger, classes of ledger, classification of accountTECHNIQUES DEVELOPMENT IN KEYBOARDING -math table techniques of wing they create table function -The spec regulator: -Description uses techniques of uses -Enter key description, uses, techniquesMEMORANDUM Purpose, layout, special features -Personal letters: Address, data, salutation, body, closing, -Envelop Addressing
4.INTRODUCTION OF KEY-BOARDING -meaning, importance, correct sitting posture for keyboardingPARAGRAPHING Method of paragraphingBUSINESS LETTER -Heading, opening, body closing Body, closing Layout of business letter-blocked style, indented/semi blocked style modifies block style
5.  PART OF COMPUTER KEYBOARD -Meaning, uses,, similarities between the typewriter and computer keyboardsPAGE SETTING -Different types of page set up. -Correct page alignment -production of documentBUSINESS LETTER WITH – Subject heading, enclosure)s), letter head, carbon paper, flimsy
6CARE OF THE COMPUTER Meaning, care, items used for the care of the computerMEMORANDUM -meaning, features and formatSIMPLE -Tabulation, table creation, keyboard items into a table
7.CORRECT KEYBOARDING TECHNIQUES -Key roles -Division of the keyboardsE-MAILS -meaning, features and formattingREVISION AND EXAMINATION
8HOME ROW KEYS -Uses of the row keys – Division of the keyboardOFFICE PROCEDURE Meaning,, importance and procedure of preparing bill, license 
9ALPHANUMERIC KEYS – identification, soft touch  manipulationOFFICE EQUIPMENT -meaning, identification of office equipment, types, importance, use, care of office equipment 
10.BASIC SERVICES -Concept finger placement on the basic service keys -manipulation of the basic service keys using soft touchREVISION 
11.CORRECT SPACING AND PUNCTUATION MARKS -identification, correct finger placement, Correct use of punctuation marks key, correct spacing after punctuation marksREVISON AND EXAMINATION 
12REVISION  
008     WEEK YORUBA (Js 1)  ( L1)YORUBA (Js 2)YORUBA (Js 3)
1..1   1.2   1.3EDE: Atunye wo ise saakeji.  Idahunsiibeereidanwosaakeji ASA: Atunyewoisesaakejiidahunsiibeeresaakeji LITIRESO: Atunyewoisesaakeji IdahunsaawonIbeereidanwosaakejiGbolohunkeekeeke: 1. Gbolohunolorokan 2. GbolohunoloromejiAtunyewoekosaakeji: Siseapejuweidannkanb.aidaji1/2, idarin1/4ilajo1/8abbi
2. 1 2.2   2.3Leta kiko: letaGbefe ati leta Aigbefe Awoniseisembayeile Yoruba: Didaruko won Afihanatiifaaraiwelitersoti a fe ka nisayiiIdamoawonErankoati EyeAroko: Leta kiko -Leta gbefe ( ti ko gun)
3.1 3.2 3.3AsayanIwe: Ayoka Ise Agbe:Itumoorisiiagbe Asa IgbeyawoOrisiiasoile Yoruba: Buba, sokoto, Iro, Iborun, geleabblAkokoigbaatiojuojob.a 1. Agogo: Aagomeji anni 2. Ojuojob.a.ojooorunabbi
4.1   4.2       4.3Ise oro-iseninugbolohun: Pataki oroise, Gbolohun to nioroise Ise Ilu lilu: Awon to b luilu. Orisiirsiiiluatiayayeti a ti n luilu   KikaiewApilekotiijobayan ( ere-onise)    Ewiomode: 1. Iyaniwura 2. OjoMarun-un la n lo…… abbi  Ibimo: Oyunnini, itojuoyun
5.1   5.2   5.3Ihungbolohun Abode atiAtupalegbolohun Abode KikaIweApileko Ere OnisetiIjobayan   Asa igbeyawo ti ode-oni  IkiniOjoojumo E kuise e kaaboabbiAsa Isomoloruko 1. Ohuneloisomolorukoibile Yoruba 2. iwurepeluohuneloisomoloruko 3. orisiirsiiorukoti a n so omoniileyoruba
6.1       6.2   6.3IgbesetiAgbeyoogbeki ere oko to jade.  AnfaaniiseAgbe   Ise oroaponleninugbolohun   Kikai we apilekotiIjobayan    Onka Ede Yoruba ookan de ogun (1-20)  Alo: ApamoatiApagbe
7.1   7.2   7.3Ihungbolohunolopooro-iseatiatupalegbolohunolopaoro-ise Literso:  Kikai we litersoapilekoolorowuuru Kikai we ereonisetiijobayan    Ere idaraya: 1. Bojuboju 2. Ta lo waninuogbanaa?abbi  IpeseOunje 1. Obesise 2.Iyan gigun
8.1       8.2   8.3Onkaniede Yoruba lati 101-200 i. Sisieiseisiro fun onka 101-200 nikilaasi 2. Sisi aropoatiiyokurofigo Asa Iranra-eni-lowolawujo Yoruba   Kikai we litersoapilekoewi       Atunyewo 1. Oyubniniatiitojuoyun 2. Asa isomolorukoniileyoruba
9.1   9.2             9.3IwaOmoluabi   Atunyewoisesaayiiloriede 1. Gbolohunede Yoruba 2. Arokooniroyin 3. Isorioroorukoaropoafarajurko, apejuweatiaponle 4. Onka lati 101-200   Kikaewi lati inuiwetiijobayan     Atunyewoiseolodun kin-nni -Ede -Asa – Litereso
10.1           10.2Atunyewoisesaayiilorilitiresoapileko i. Ere onse ii. Ewi     Atupaleiweapilekoti a ka nisaayii     Atunyewoiseolodunkeji: -Ede -Asa -Litersoalohun
11.Atunyewoisesaayiilori: 1.Asa 2.Ede 3. Liireso Atunyewoiseolodun keta -Ede -Asa -Litresoalohun
12 & 13Idanwosaayii   IdanwoAsekagbaOlodun meta akoko

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009 WEEK PRE- VOCATIONAL STUDIES (Js 1)PRE- VOCATIONAL STUDIES (Js 2)PRE- VOCATIONAL STUDIES    (Js 3)
1HOME ECONOMICS: Basic Sewing Process – Permanent stitches -Temporary stitches AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Revision and General cleaning of the environment Weed and pest controlHOME ECONOMICS: Revision of last term work   AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Revision and General cleaning Disease Control -Method of disease controlHOME ECONOMICS: Revision of Last Term work – Food hygiene and safety -Responsible food management preparation, packaging and marketing of food items AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Revision of Last Term’s Work Agriculture in Stock Exchange Resources Management -Pregnancy- meaning symptoms -Ante-natal, Baby layette
2HOME ECONOMICS: Basic Sewing Process -Decorative stitches -stem,  and seams AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Factors of productions Land, characteristics, Rewards, methods of improvementHOME ECONOMICS: Resources and Decision making – Meaning and types of family resources. Step in decision making -Simple personal and family decision AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE FISHERY Definition of fishery Importance of fish farming -Food, protein -Income, medicine etcHOME ECONOMICS: Family Living and Resource Management -Pregnancy AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Export Promotion in Agriculture Definition-Objectives of Export Promotion in International Marketing.  
3HOME ECONOMICS: Production of Clothing and Household Articles/Crafts List and explain simple relevant household articles and crafts.  Tool equipments and materials for making a simple relevant articles and crafts AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Factors of production Labour, types of labour, Reward of labour  HOME ECONOMICS: Food Nutrients -Meaning of food nutrients, types, food, sources, functions and deficiency symptoms of food nutrients AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Classification of fishes -Based on Habitat-Fresh water fish, marine water fish -Based on morphology- Bony and Boneless fish/cartilaginous fishHOME ECONOMICS: Child development and Care -Meaning and stages of Child Development -Factors that Influence Child Development -Necessary condition for child Development AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Export Promotion in Agriculture Examples of Nigeria Export Produce: Cocoa Palm produce, Hides and Skins, Cassava, Ground Nut, Pepper etc
4HOME ECONOMICS: Production of Clothing and Household Articles/Crafts -Construction of simple relevant -Production of income yielding crafts e.g tie /dye batik fabrics AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Factors of production Capital -Types of Capital -Importance of Capital – Sources of capital  HOME ECONOMICS: Food Good  Hygiene and Preparation Meaning and importance of food hygiene -Guideline for food hygiene. -Preparation of simple snacks and drinks e.g. chin chin, fruit drink etc AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Establishment of Fish Pond – Factors to be considered before sitting fish pond -methods of fishingHOME ECONOMICS: Child Development and care of the child Common Childhood Ailments Immunization for children. AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Factors of productions in Agriculture (contd) Benefits of Export Promotion -Attracts foreign exchange -Serve as additional market outlet to farmers to earn money etc
5HOME ECONOMICS: Puberty, Adolescence, Sexually Transmitted Infections STIs) HIV?AIDS and Human Rights -Meaning of Puberty AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Factors of production Farm Manager -Function of farm manager -Problems of farm manager  HOME ECONOMICS: Kitchen and Kitchen Equipment -Types of kitchen lay-out -Kitchen equipment and utensils – Care of kitchen equipment AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Establishment of Fish Pond Field/excursion to a nearby fisheryHOME ECONOMICS: Consumer Challenges and Right -Definition of consumer -Right of the consumer -Challenges of the consumer AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Revision/Excursion
6HOME ECONOMICS: Adolescence, Human Rights -Needs and challenges of the adolescence. -Fundamental human rights and rights of the child AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Mid-Term Test  HOME ECONOMICS: Purchasing, Processing, Preservation and Safety -Meaning of food purchasing and processing and preservation -Perishable and non-perishable foods -Risk factors in purchasing AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Forests and Forests Uses Types of Forest Mangrove (swampy), Rain forest ) Many tree) Derive Forest ( few trees)  HOME ECONOMICS: Consumer Challenges and Rights -Redress  options for consumer:- procedure for seeking redress AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Farm work Planting and Rearing Animals
7.HOME ECONOMICS: Sexuality Transmitted Infections (STs) HIV/AIDS) -Sexually transmitted Infections (STIs) AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Field Trip Excursion to an Established Farm -Field  HOME ECONOMICS: Purchasing, Processing Preservation and Safety – Factors to consider when buying foods.  – Wise buying practice -Reasons for food preservation AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Forest Resources and their uses. -Trees, wild life (animals) fruits -various herbs, shelter etc. -UsesHOME ECONOMICS: Project Work AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Project Work  
8HOME ECONOMICS: Fundamental Human Right. -Fundamental human right and right of the child AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Problems and functions of farm Manager -Inadequate Farm -Government policies -Information about sources of input    HOME ECONOMICS: Food Purchasing, Processing, Processing, Preservation and Safety – Preservation method -Food processing -How to keep food safe AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Effect of forest on the Environment   
9.HOME ECONOMICS: Entertainment in the Home Meaning of entertainment, host/hostess, guests Writing of Invitation Letter -Table Laying Methods of finishing edges AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Problems and functions of farm Manager Contd    HOME ECONOMICS: Edge finishes meaning and types of edge finishes methods of finishing edges AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Effect of forest on the Environment Human Activities that Affects the Forest. Afforestation Deforestations Hunting, Bush Burning over grazing 
10.HOME ECONOMICS: Entertainment in the Home Importance of entertainment And Table Laying.   Preparation for Entertainment Types of entertainment styles e.g buffet , cocktail, tray service , table service   AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Revision  HOME ECONOMICS: Opening and fastenings -meaning of opening and fastening -Types of openings and fastenings – Making of simple opening and fastenings AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Revision   
11.HOME ECONOMICS: Revision AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Revision and Examination  
12.Examination  
10  WEEKFRENCH  (JS 1 )FRENCH ( JS 2)FRENCH ( Js3)
1LA REVISION -Le travail du deuxiemetrimestr e et l’ examenLA REVISION  LA REVISION L’ examen du trimester dernier
2.PARLER DE QUE L;ON FAIT POUR SE DISTRAIRE Vocabulary et expressions commeEXPLIQUER L[ IMPRESSION DU SPORTDIRE CE QUE L’ON VA FAIRE
3.PARLER DE SES LOISIRSNOMMER LES SPORT PRINCIPAUXFAIRE DES PROJECTS
4EXPRIMER SES GOUTS ET SES PREFERENCESSAVOIR NOMMERFAIRE DES PROJECT
5PARLER DES GIUSTS ET PREFERENCES DE QUELQU’UNSAVOIR DIRE- CE QU’ ON MANGEECRIRE UNE LETTRE D’AMITIE (INFORMELLE)
6.PARLER DES VOYAGES: Vocabulaire /ExpressionsSAVOIR DIRE CE QU’ON BOITECRIRE UNE LETTRE D’AMITIE (INFORMELLE
7.DIRE LIEU DE DEPART/ D’ ARRIVEE DES MOOYEN DE TRANSPORTDEMANDER POLIMENTSTELEPHONER A QUEL QU’UN
8.REAGIR A UN PROBLEME DE TRANSPORTEXPRIMER LA GRATITUDE ET REPONDRE A UNE GRATITUDELa revision generale
9.ACHETER ET VENDREEMPLOYER LES EXPRESSIONSL’examen final
10.DIRE OU SE TROUVENT DES ARTICLESSAVOIR UTILISER LES EXPRESSIONS DE CALCUL SIMPLE 
11.La RevisionLa revision 
 L’ ExamenL’examen 
11 WEEKARABIC LANGUAGE (JS1)ARABIC LANGUAGE  (Js 2)ARABIC LANGUAGE (Js 3)
1Revision of Verbs Present, Past tense and ImperativeRevision (comparative and Superlative)Revision Days  of the week and the lunar calendar
2.Conversation (Garden)Dictation )games or names of Spots)Verbs tense past, present and imperative
3.A short passage (Noun and its formA short passage ) The New Capital Territory/CityA selected passage on Importance of prose
4.Masculine and FeminineStudy on tamyyizKinds of Arabic Writing
5.DictationArabic writingDrills on demonstrative adjectives and relative pronouns
6.Preposition Particles and PrefixDemonstration AdjectiveDictation comprehension description of part of human body
7.Composition )Instructional Materials)Conversation on HospitalArabic greetings and their occasions
8.Words and oppositeComposition (cooking utensilsKana and its sisters
9.A short Arabic PassageWords (singular, dual and pluralAnna and its sisters
10.Arabic Poetry (concise)The Sun and Moon Letters )formsPreposition
11Cardinal and Ordinal NumbersPronouns ( I, you, He, she)Conjugation of verb; past tense, present imperative diminutive etc
12.Composition (football)RevisionRevision
13.Revision and ExaminationExaminationExamination

LAGOS STATE UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL SECOND TERM – JSS 1 – 3  – NAPPS – EDUDELIGHT.COM

LAGOS STATE UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL SECOND TERM – JSS 1 – 3  – NAPPS – EDUDELIGHT.COM

LAGOS STATE SCHEME OF WORK SECONDARY 3RD TERM (SS1 -SS3)

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