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AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

SS 2 THIRD TERM


WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Farm Machinery

Farm machinery:



  1. Tractor

  2. Bulldozer

Visit agro-service centres or mechanized farms and identify these farm machinery and implements.

2

Farm machinery continues

  1. Shellers

  2. Dryers

  3. Incubators

  4. Milling machines etc.

Visit agro-service centres or mechanized farms and identify these farm machinery and implements.

3

Tractor – coupled implements

Tractor-coupled implements:

Ploughs, harrows, ridgers, planters, harvesters, sprayers.


Name the major parts of tractor-coupled implements and their functions.

4

Surveying and planning of farmstead

  1. Definition of surveying and planning

  2. Importance of farm surveying and planning.

Carry out the layout of the school farm.

5

Surveying equipment

Common surveying equipment e.g. ranging pole, measuring tape, peg, gunters chain, theodolite etc.



Identify simple survey equipment

6

Planning of farmstead

  1. Definition of planning

  2. Importance of farm stead planning

  3. Principles of farmstead planning.

Class discussion

7

Basic Economic Principles

  1. Law of diminishing returns

  2. Principles of demand and supply.

Use graphs to show response of prices to

supply and demand.



8

Demand and Supply

Inter-relationship of demand and supply as it affects prices and profits






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10

Farm Accounts

Entries of sales and purchases.



Farm Accounts

Profit and loss accounts



Prepare entries of sales and purchases
Prepare profit and loss account

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Practicals

  1. Identification of pests

  2. Identification of soils

  3. Identification of rocks

  4. Identification of farm machines and their parts.

Collect pests, soil samples, rocks and identify them.

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Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

PHYICAL EDUCATION

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Athletics-Middle And Long Distance Races

-Definition

-Types of middle and long distance races

-Strategies of long distance races

-Rules and regulations of middle and long distance races


-The teacher defines the middle and long distance races

-Discusses the types of middle and long distance races

-Demonstrates the strategies of middle and long distance races

-The students practice the running style

-Instructional, Picture, magazine, I.A.A.F hand-book, note, book


2

Javelin Throw

-Nature of the event

-Equipment and facilities

-Basic skills in javelin

-Rules and regulations


-The teacher describes the nature of the event

-Draws the throwing sector

-Lists the equipment and skill

-The students demonstrates the various skill and take note

-Instructional Resources;-

Javelin, real and white flags, measuring tape, the throwing sector



3

Shot Put

-Nature of the event

-Equipment and facilities

-The basic skills

-Rules and regulations


-The teacher explains the nature of the event

-Draws the shot put throwing sector

-Lists the equipment and facilities

-Mentions the skills, rules and regulations

-The students demonstrate the various skills

-Instructional Resources:-

-Short put, throwing sector, measuring tape,

-Red and white flags.



4

High Jump\pole Vault

-The nature of the event

-Equipment and facilities

-Styles in high jump

-skills in pole vault and high jump

-Rules and regulations of both jumps



-The teacher explains the nature of high jump and pole vault

-Lists the equipment and facilities of the both jumps

-Describes the jumping styles in high jump and pole vault

-Mentions the skills and rules of the jump

-The students participates in the discussions and practice the skills.

-Instructional Resources:-

Upright stand, crossbar, landing mattress and the pole, pole vault box.


5

Long Jump

-The nature of the event

-Equipment and facilities

-The basic skills I long jump

-Rules and regulations


-The teacher explains the nature of the event

-Mention the equipment and facilities

-Lists the basic skills and the rules and regulations

-The students take note and practice the skills

-Instructional Resources:-

-Take-off board, measuring tape, white and red flags, writing materials, landing pit, rake



6

Triple Jump

-Nature of the event

-Equipment and facilities

-Basic skills in triple jump

-Rules and regulations


-The teacher describes the nature of the event

-Explains the equipment and facilities

-Enumerates the skills in triple jump \

-Lists rules and regulations

-the students participate in the discussions and practice the skills

-Instructional Resources;- Take-off board,

-Measuring tape, rake, writing materials, landing pit white and red flags


7

Muscles

-Definition

-Major muscles of the body

-Muscles involved in movements



-The teacher defines muscles identifies and explains the major muscles of the body

-Discusses the function of any given muscle in movement

-The students participates in class discussions on the function of any given muscle in movement

-Instructional Resources:-

-Textbooks, diagrams, models, CD-ROMs, projectors


8

Muscles Continue

-Types of muscle contraction

-Muscle cramp

-a) Definition

b) Causes

c) Prevention and first aid



-The teacher lists the types of muscle contraction

-Defines muscle cramp, causes, prevention and participate in the class discussions

-Instructional Resources;- diagram, textbooks, CD-ROMs projects etc


9

Somato Type

-Definition of somato type

-Description of the various body types

-Selection of activities in relation to the body types (cendomorph, ectomorph and mesomorpy)



-The teacher defines somato type

-Lists and explains the body type

-Classifies the students into the various body types

-The students practice the act of classification

-Instructional Resources:-

-Pictures, charts, posters, films, textbooks, video clips.



10

Nervous system

-Definition

-The brain and its functions

-The spinal cord and its importance in the body



-The teacher defines the nervous system

-State the functions of the nervous system

-Draws the diagram of the nervous systems

-Explain the spinal cord and its importance in the body

-Students participate in the class discussions and take note

-Instructional Resources:-

-Textbooks, diagram, CD-ROMs, projectors


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Nervous System Continues

-Function of the nerves

-The reflex action


-The teacher discusses the importance of the brain in the coordination of the body

-Explains the path ways of message to and from the central nervous system

-The student list the functions of the nerves

-Draw and label the reflex

-Instructional Resources;-

Textbooks, diagrams, CD-ROMs, projectors



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Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

PHYICAL EDUCATION

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Nutrition

-Definition

-Types of food

-Classes of food



-The teacher defines nutrition

-Enumerates the types of food

-Classifies the various types of food

-Displays specimens of various types of food

-The students listen to the teacher and group food into different classes

-Instructional Resources

-Charts, posters, textbooks, food samples etc


2

Nutrition Continues

-Food nutrients and their functions

-Balanced diet

-Pre-games nutrition



-The teacher explains food nutrients and their functions

-Discusses balanced diet

-Mentions pre-games nutrition

-Students participate in the classroom discussions and take note

-Instructional Resources:- chart, posters food samples, textbooks


3

Drugs In Sports

-Meaning of drug

-Types of drug

-Drug use and misuse

-The effect of drugs on sports

-Performance



-The teacher define drug

-Mentions the types of drug

-Explains drug use and misuse

-States the effects of drug on sports performance

-Ask and answer questions on the differences between drug misuse

-Participate in class discussion on the effect of drugs on sport performance

-Instructional Resources

-Specimens, posters, textbooks, handbills, charts and video chips




4

First Aid

-Definition of first Aid

-Objectives

-Principles of first aid

-Qualities of a good first aider


-The teacher define first aid

-States the objectives of first aid

-Explains the principles of first aid

-Enumerates the qualities of a good first aids

-Students listen, ask question and take notes

-Instructional Resources :- Charts, First Aid box, and content, textbooks, CD-ROMs



5

Sports Injuries

-Definition

-Common sports injuries-bleeding, sprain, strains


-The teacher defines sports injuries

-Enumerates the common sports injuries

-Explains the various common sports in injuries and take note

-Instructional Resources- First Aid box and content, textbooks, charts



6

Sports Injuries Continue

-Common sports injuries fracture bruises, and cramps

-Causes, Treatment and prevention of sports injuries


-The teacher lists the common sports injuries

-Enumerates the causes, treatment and prevention of sports injuries

-The students participate in class discussions and treatment of sports injuries

-Instructional Resources:- first Aid box, textbooks, charts, CD-ROMs etc.



7

Swimming

-The origin of swimming

-Nature of swimming

-Techniques in swimming

-Leg action and arm action, breathing, timing (Body alignment)


-The teacher narrates the origin of swimming

-Explains the nature of swimming

-Mention the techniques in swimming

-Describes the leg and arm actions in relation to body alignment in water

-The students practice the leg and arm action

-Instructional Resources :- swimming pool, floaters swimming trunk, swimming cap, goggles, life guard



8

Swimming Continue

-Safety education swimming

-Sanitary education in swimming

-Swimming strokes

-Front crawl, breast stroke, butterfly and back stroke, side


-The teacher explains safety education in swimming

-Describes the sanitary education in swimming

-States and explains the swimming strokes

-Students practice in any of the swimming strokes

-Instructional Resources:- Swimming pool,

-Swimming trunk, cap, life guard, goggles etc



9

Life Saving

-Definition of life saving

-Causes of drowning

-Skills for saving a drowning person

-Artificial resuscitation

-Duties of life guard

-Equipment used in life saving


-The teacher defines life saving

-Enumerates the causes of drowning

-Lists skills in saving a drowning person

-Explains artificial respiration

-Mentions the duties of life guard and the equipments used in life saving

-Students listen and participate in class discussion

- Practice artificial respiration

-Instructional Resources :- life guards, clean land kerchief, swimming trunk and cap etc



10

Practical In Swimming

Practical in swimming

Instructional Resources –as listed above



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Revision

Revision

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Examination

Examinations

PHYICAL EDUCATION

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Athletic Track And Field

--Safety precaution during jumping

-Equipment and facilities

-Rules and Regulations



-The teacher explains safety precaution during athletics and the equipment used in various events

-The students participate in class discussions ask question and take down notes,

-Instructional, charts, handball, video clips, textbooks, documentaries


2

Track And Field Event Throwing

Event Discus

-Basic skill and techniques in discus

-Equipment and facilities

-Rules and Regulation



-The teacher explains discuss and demonstrates the skills of discuss to the students

-He also list the equipment and facilities used in discuss and enumerate the various rules and regulation in discuss

- The students listen to teachers explanations and practice the skills in discuss

- Instructional Resources:- the discuss the meaning sector materials, rules, book discuss sector, etc



3

Track And Field Event

(Hammer)

-Basic skill and technique in hammer

-Equipment and facilities

-Rules and regulations



-The teacher explains hammer to the students and demonstrate the skills in hammer

-He mention the equipment and facilities used in hammer and enumerated the rules and regulations in hammer students listen to teacher’s explanations and practices the skills in hammer

-Instructional Resources:- the hammer meaning tape, writing, material text book etc


4

Basket Ball

-Brief history of basketball

-Nature of the game /Dimension

-Equipment & facilities

-Rules and regulation

-Officials in basketball



-The teacher explains the brief history of basketball

-Explains the nature of the game & demonstrate

-Lists the skills in basketball

-State the equipment of facilities

-Enumerates the rules & regulations officials & functions

-The students demonstrate the various skills of basketball

-Practice the various skills in basketball

-Instructional Resources :- basketball, whistle, score sheet & board, hand ball etc



5

Ball Games –Volleyball

-History of volleyball

-Nature of the game

-Dimensions of the court

-Equipment & facilities

-Rules and regulations

-Officials in volleyball


-Teacher explains the history o0f volleyball and the nature of the game with court dimensions

-States the skills the volley ball

-Explains the functions of the officials in volleyball game

-Students listen & demonstrate the skills in volleyball

-Practice the various skills

-Participate in discussion of the officials in volleyball

-Instructional Resources:- ball the count, whistle, etc.


6

Ball Games (Handball)

-History of hand ball

-Nature of the game & court dimensions

-Skills in handball

-Equipment & facilities

-Rules & regulations

-Officials in handball


-The teacher explains the history of handball

-Explains the nature of the game and the court dimensions

-List the rules and regulations

-Mention the officials in handball and their duties

-The students listen, draw the court,

-Participate in class discussion of hand ball

-Practice the skills

-Instructional Resources handball, post net, whistle, the court



7

Racket Games (Badminton)

-History of badminton

-Nature of the game

-Basic skills in badminton

-Equipment and facilities

-Rules and regulations



-The teacher explains badminton and the nature of the game to the students while he demonstrated the various skills in badminton, list the equipment the rules and regulations

-The students listen and ask question which they also practice the various skills in badminton

-Draws and label the badminton court

-Instructional Resources:-

-The badminton racket

-Shuttle corks

-Badminton net /court



8

Racket Games (Squash)

-History of squash

-Nature of squash

-Basic skills in squash

-Equipment & facilities

-Rules and regulation




-The teacher explains squash and nature of squash while he enumerates the basic skills, equipment, facilities, rules and regulations of squash

-The students listen, ask question and practice the various skills in squash

-Instructional Resources

-The squash racket, balls the squash court etc

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9

Gymnastics Floor/ Mat Actions

Definition



-Bandelier of gymnastic

-Mat activities in gymnastic e.g. forward roll, backward roll, court wheel etc



-The teacher defines gymnastics and the explains the two branches of gymnastics to the students

-While the students participates in close discussion and engage in practical demonstration of forward roll, backward roll, cartwheel etc

-Instructional Resources;- gymnastic mats of mattress


10

Practical

-Floor activities without apparatus forward roll, Backward roll, cart wheel etc



-The teacher demonstrates the skills in each of the activities

-The students practices

-Instructional Resources:- mat/ mattress, pictures, posters, CD-ROMs


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Revision

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Examination

Examinations

13

Examination

Examination

HEALTH EDUCATION

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

PHYLOSOPHY, AIM AND OBJECTIVES OF HEALTH EDUCATION

  1. Philosophy of health education

  2. Aims and objective of health education

Students collect information on philosophy of health education and discuss.

Instructional resource: charts and posters showing aims of health education etc.

2

SYSTEM OF THE BODY: CIRCULATORY SYSTEM.

  1. Structure and function of the heart, blood vessels, lymph and lymph vessels, process of blood circulation.

Students draw and label the heart, artery and circulatory system.

Instructional resources: chart showing the heart, artery and process of circulation etc.

3

CIRCULATORY SYSTEM CONT’D

Blood group rhesus factor, haemoglobin, genotype, anti-bodies of antigens, disease of circulatory system and remedies. (anemia, sickle cell, leukemia etc)



Teacher guides students to make chart/table on blood compatibility.

Instructional resources: charts on agglutination, blood compatibility etc.

4

EXCRETORY SYSTEM.

  1. Structure and functions of kidney.

  2. Process of excretion including filtration and reabsorbtion. Disease of excretory system and remedies.

  3. Differences between circulatory and excretory system.

Students draw and label the kidney, excretory system and discuss the process of ultra filtration.

Instructional resources: charts of the excretory system, kidney etc.


5

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

  1. Organs of the digestive system and their functions

  2. Teeth and functions

  3. Disease of the digestive system

Students draw and label the liver and also discuss the process of digestion.

Instructional resources: charts showing organs of digestive system, fin chips on the process of digestion etc.

6

RESPIRATRORY SYSTEM

  1. Structures and functions of organs of the respiratory system.

  2. Process of respiration : mechanism of breathing , tissue and cell respiration

  3. Disease of the respiratory system and remedies.

Students label the structure of respiratory system

Teacher guide students to tabulate disease associated with the system



Instructional resource: charts and CDS showing respiratory system etc.

7

NERVOUS SYSTEM

  1. Structure and functions of the parts of the nervous system.

  2. Process of transmission of nerve impulse

  3. Diseases of the nervous system

  4. Differences between respiratory and nervous system.

Students demonstrate response to different examples of stimulus

Teacher guide students to draw a reflect arc



Instructional resources: charts showing parts of nervous system; pin, needle etc.

8

MAINTENANCE OF HEALTH

  1. Factors affecting maintenance of health

  2. The role of each factor.

Teacher guides students to state the importance of factors that affect maintenance of health

Instructional resources: weighing scale, ruler, well equipped first aid box etc.

9

FAMILY HEALTH

  1. meaning of family health

  2. aspects of family health: i) maternal child health e.g.

  1. antenatal care

  2. immunization

  3. Oral rehydration (ORT).

  4. Breast feeding

  5. Safe motherhood

Functions of the above aspects.

Teacher guides students to demonstrate the skill-based approach in maternal and child health as listed in content.

Instructional resources: materials for ORT e g sugar, salt, water bottle, charts, posters etc on maternal health care.

10

FAMILY HEALTH CONT.

  1. Meaning of family planning.

  2. Importance of family planning

  3. Family seize and finance (budgeting).

Teacher leads the students to draw a simple budget for a family of five (5)

Instructional resources: charts showing different family seize etc.


11

AGEING AND DEATH EDUCATION

  1. Definition of elderly

  2. Features of elderly

  3. Ways of relating with elderly

  4. Management of grief during death of a loved one.

Teacher guides students to discuss on ways of relating with the elderly.

Instructional resources: posters of elderly person using walking sticks, charts of old person telling stories to children.

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Examination

Examination

HEALTH EDUCATION

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

ACCIDENTS: TYPES AND PREVENTION

-Meaning of accident

-Types of accidents:

i) Road/traffic vehicle accident

ii) Home

iii)Industrial

iv) School

-Causes of accidents at different settings

-Prevention of each type of accident


-Students watch video chips on accident

-Teacher and students tell stories about accidents



INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Pictures of accident scene, bucket of sand, fire extinguisher, etc



2

BEHAVIOUR ALTERING CHEMICALS

-Chemical substances that alter behavior:

i) Tobacco

ii) Alcohol

iii) Drugs

-Reasons for smoking or drinking alcohol and their effects on human body.

-Classify the following: alcohol, wine, heroine, sleeping pills, cocaine, marijuana and beer


Teacher discusses with students the effects of alcohol and tobacco on human body.
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Posters and charts showing examples of drugs, alcohol and tobacco.



3

NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES

-Definition of non-communicable diseases

-Differences between communicable and non-communicable diseases

-Types of non-communicable diseases:

i) Deficiency diseases(scurvy, pellagra, rickets, kwashiorkor, anemia, beri-beri, marasmus, exophthalmia

ii) Diseases due to growth in cells, hereditary and hormonal disorders(Cancer, diabetes, epilepsy, hemophilia, heart disease, ulcer, hypertension, infertility, asthma, albinism, etc)



Teacher guides students to list types of non-communicable diseases, giving examples in each case.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL:

Charts and posters showing non-communicable diseases



4

NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES CONT.

-Signs and symptoms of non-communicable diseases

-Causes of non-communicable diseases

-Management of non-communicable diseases

-Prevention of non-communicable diseases


Teacher guides students to identify signs and symptoms of non-communicable diseases and also to discuss management and prevention of non-communicable diseases.
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Posters and charts showing non-communicable diseases, etc




5

FAMILY LIFE CHALLENGES

-Challenges facing the family in Nigeria(e.g. widowhood, acceptance of PLWHA, single parent, pre-marital and extra-marital sex, in-laws, etc)

-Agencies promoting healthy family living(school, community, religious group, NGOs, social welfare etc)


Teacher leads students in discussion on problems of widowhood and single parents in Nigeria
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

CDs showing family life challenges, etc.



6

FAMILY PLANNING AND SAFE MOTHERHOOD

-Meaning and advantages of

i) family planning

ii) birth control methods

iii) safe motherhood

-Differences between family planning and safe motherhood



Students dramatize benefits of small family size
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL:

Charts and posters on family planning methods, etc.



7

MENTAL HEALTH

-Definition of mental health

-Promotion of mental health

-Types and prevention of mental illness

-Importance of mental and social health


Teacher and students discuss types, causes, prevention and importance of mental illness.
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Posters, charts showing types of mental illnesses, etc.



8

FACTORS INFLUENCING CHOICE OF CONSUMER PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

-Factors influencing choice of products and services:

i) Authenticity

ii) Cost


iii) Availability

iv) Accessibility

v) Avoidability

vi) Advertisement



- A visit to stores and services providing centers

- Mention reasons why students and/or their parents, guardians, friends prefer particular items of the same type against others.


INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Real, objects, posters, showing consumer goods.



9

CONSUMER HEALTH CARE SERVICES

-Types of health care services:

i) Traditional medicine

ii) Orthodox medicine

iii) Alternative methods of healing(acupuncture, yoya, faith health)


-Teacher guide students to identify available health care services in Nigeria.

-Field trip to health care facilities in their locality.


INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

CDs, posters and charts showing different types of health care facilities.



10

QUACKS AND QUACKERY

-Define the term

i) quack

ii) quackery

-Types of quackery

i) mechanical quackery

ii) electrical quackery

iii) drug and cosmetics quackery

iv) medical quackery


Students collect products of quackery and bring to class; and discuss the different types of quackery with their teacher.
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Real objects, charts, posters, showing products of quackery.




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Examination

COMPUTER STUDIES

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT


ACTIVITIES

1

CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT(CPU)

-Arithmetic and logic unit and control unit

-Function of ALU and Control unit


-Teacher leads students to list CPU components e.g. ALU, Control unit, etc.

-States functions of ALU and control unit e.g. explains ALU-accept and executes any arithmetic and logic operations while control unit controls all operations inputted to the system.




2

MEMORY UNIT

-Types of memory

-Description of:

i) Primary memory

ii) Secondary memory


- Teacher leads students to list types of memory e.g.

i) Primary memory(main memory)

ii) Secondary memory(auxiliary)

-Description of: primary memory

i) Random access memory(RAM)

ii) Read only memory(ROM)

Secondary memory:

Flash drive, hard disk, compact disk(CD), digital video disk (DVD)




3

MEMORY UNIT

-Differences between primary and secondary memory




- Teacher leads students to display auxiliary storage devices as secondary storage e.g. floppy disk, flash drive, compact disk, etc.

-Units of storage:

Bits, nibble, bytes, kilobytes(KB), megabytes(MB), gigabytes,(GB), terabytes (TB)


4

MEMORY UNIT

i) Conversion from one unit to the other

ii) Comparison of auxiliary storage devices.


- Teacher leads students to compare presently available storage devices(size, memory capacity) e.g. size, speed, technology(optical, magnetic and semiconductor)

- Teacher leads students to carry one simple arithmetic on conversion from one unit to another. E.g. 1Kilobyte (KB)=1000 bytes etc.




5

LOGIC CIRCUITS

-Definition of logic gate

-Types of logic gates


- Teacher leads students to define logic gate

-Guides students to list types of logic gates e.g. AND, NOT, OR, by the use of drawing charts.




6

LOGIC CIRCUITS

-Symbols of each logic gate

-Input and output signals for AND, NOT, OR gates.


-Displays symbols of logic gates on a chart

- Teacher guides students to identify the signals in each gate symbol.




7

LOGIC CIRCUITS

-Truth table construction for AND, NOT, OR

-Equation for: AND, NOT,OR gates.


- Teacher guides students to construct truth table for gate

-Write logic equations, etc



8

LOGIC CIRCUITS

-Uses of logic gates

-Logic circuits II(AL)Alternative logic gates)


- Teacher leads students to state the differences among the three gates

-As building blocks for hardware/electronic components.

-Description of alternative logic gates.


9

ALTERNATIVE LOGIC GATES II

-Types of alternative logic gates

-Symbols of each logic gate

-Input/output signals



- Teacher leads students to list types of alternative logic gates, e.g. NAND, NOR, etc.

-Displays symbols of alternative logic gates on a chart

-Guides students to identify the signals in each gate symbol, i.e. NAND, NOR.


1O

ALTERNATIVE LOGIC GATE II

-Truth table construction

-Equation for: NAND, NOR gates

-Uses of logic gates



- Teacher guides students to construct truth table for each gate: i.e. NAND, NOR

-Write a logic equation for each

-Uses of logic gates: As building blocks for hardware or electronic components etc

-Construction of simple comparators using NOR/NAND, XOR gates




11


COMPUTER DATA CONVERSION

-Definition

-Types of registers

-Function of each register and main memory



- Teacher leads students to define:

i) Register

ii) Address

iii) Business

- Teacher guides students to list types of MDR, CIR, and SQR.

-State the functions of each register and main memory.




12

COMPUTER DATA CONVERSION

-Differences between register and main memory

-Outline steps

-Factors affecting speed data transfer



- Teacher guides students to identify differences between register and main memory

-Outline steps in data conversion e.g. ‘data-fetch-execute’ cycle in a simple form.

-States factors affecting data transfer: BUS-Speed, BUS-Width, etc.


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Examination

COMPUTER STUDIES

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT


ACTIVITIES

1

CONCEPT OF COMPUTER FILES

-Definition

-Types of data items

-File structure organization




- Teacher leads students to define each term

i) Computer

ii) Record

iii) Field

iv) Data item

-Guides students to list the types of data item: numeric, alphabetic, alpha-numeric

-File structure organization(from data item)


2

CONCEPT OF COMPUTER FILES

-Type of file organization

-Methods of accessing files

-Classification of file




- Teacher leads students to list types of file organization

i) Serial

ii) Sequential

iii) Indexed

iv) Random

-Methods of accessing of files, e.g. as above

-Classification of:

i) Master file

ii) Transaction file

iii) Reference file

-Criteria for classifying files: Nature of content.

-Organization method

-Storage medium



3

HANDLING COMPUTER FILE:

-Basic operation on computer files

-Steps involved in creating sequential file

-Steps involved in accessing sequential file above using basic file




- Teacher guides students to list basic operations on computer files, e.g. creation, deletion, copy, retrieval, view, update, open, close.

-Outlines steps involved in file creation using BASIC processing statements e.g. Exam file with math and English and hands-on-experience(H-O-E)

-Outline steps involved in file accessing using BASIC processing statements.


4

HANDLING COMPUTER FILES

-Basic file processing

-Effect of file insecurity

-Methods of file security



-Describes file insecurity and its effects

i) Data loss and is causes

ii) Over writing

-Leads students to mention file security methods:

i) Use of back ups

ii) Use of antivirus

iii) Password

iv) Proper label of storage devices, etc.




5

HANDLING COMPUTER FILES

-Difference between computer files and manual files

-Advantages of computerized files

-Limitations



- Teacher lead the discussion to identify differences between computer files and manual filing system

-Advantages are: more secured, fast to access, less laborious, more reliable, neatly modified

-States limitation of computerized file e.g. Expensive to set it up

-Irregular power supply, etc.




6

LOGIC CIRCUITS

-Symbols of each logic gate

-Input and output signals for AND, NOT, OR gates.


-Displays symbols of logic gates on a chart

-Guides students to identify the signals in each gate symbol.



7

LOGIC CIRCUITS

-Truth table construction for AND, NOT, OR

-Equation for: AND, NOT,OR gates.


- Teacher guides students to construct truth table for gate

-Write logic equations, etc



8

LOGIC CIRCUITS

-Uses of logic gates

-Logic circuits II(AL)Alternative logic gates)


- Teacher leads students to state the differences among the three gates

-As building blocks for hardware/electronic components.

-Description of alternative logic gates.


9

ALTERNATIVE LOGIC GATES II

-Types of alternative logic gates

-Symbols of each logic gate

-Input/output signals



- Teacher leads students to list types of alternative logic gates, e.g. NAND, NOR, etc.

-Displays symbols of alternative logic gates on a chart

-Guides students to identify the signals in each gate symbol, i.e. NAND, NOR.


1O

ALTERNATIVE LOGIC GATE II

-Truth table construction

-Equation for: NAND, NOR gates

-Uses of logic gates



- Teacher guides students to construct truth table for each gate: i.e. NAND, NOR

-Write a logic equation for each

-Uses of logic gates: As building blocks for hardware or electronic components etc

-Construction of simple comparators using NOR/NAND, XOR gates




11


COMPUTER DATA CONVERSION

-Definition

-Types of registers

-Function of each register and main memory



-Leads students to define:

i) Register

ii) Address

iii) Business

-Guides students to list types of MDR, CIR, and SQR.

-State the functions of each register and main memory.




12

COMPUTER DATA CONVERSION

-Differences between register and main memory

-Outline steps

-Factors affecting speed data transfer



-Guides students to identify differences between register and main memory

-Outline steps in data conversion e.g. ‘data-fetch-execute’ cycle in a simple form.

-States factors affecting data transfer: BUS-Speed, BUS-Width, etc


13

Revision

Revision

14

Examination

Examination

COMPUTER STUDIES

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT


ACTIVITIES

1

ALGORITHMS AND FLOW CHART

-Definition

-Characteristics of Algorithms

-Functions of Algorithm




- Teacher leads students to define algorithm and flow chart

-List the functions of algorithm

- Teacher guides students to list characteristics of algorithm, e.g. finite, effective and unambiguous, etc


2

ALGORITHM AND FLOW CHART

-Writing algorithm for solving a given problem.




Teacher guides students to write a simple algorithm for:

-Computing average of a given set of numbers

-Evaluation of equation:

Y=a (b-c)2/d+2.

-Printing out the first ten odd numbers etc.


3

ALGORITHMS AND FLOW CHART

-Flow chart symbols

-Use of each flow chart symbol


-Demonstrate flow chart symbols: I/O, process, decision, etc

-States what each symbol represent

-Guides students to draw appropriate flow chart to solve a given problem.


4

BASIC PROGRAMING II

-Build in functions

-Basic notations


Teacher leads students to identify build-in functions:

i) SQR ii) INT(X) iii) SIN(X) iv) ABS(X) v)RND(X) vi) COS(X) vii) TAN(X) viii) LOG(X) ix) EXP(X)




5

BASIC PROGRAMMING II

-Basic notation



-Basic notation of algebraic expressions

i) /2a

ii) (x-y) (x+y)

iii) (a+b)+c/sin d

iv) b=1/4ac

v) ex+y -Sin(x+ny), etc.




6

BASIC PROGRAMING II

Write a basic program to compute algebraic equations




Teacher leads students to write BASIC programming using built in functions:

i) Find square root, S, round up to an integer

ii) Find square root of numbers with a given range.

iii) Find the cosine of known values

iv) Find the tangent of a given angle

v) Plot sine wave curve, plot cosine curve.




7A

INTERNET

Definition and some computer internet terms




-Teacher leads students to define:

i) Internet

ii Some basic terms:

Browse, browser, chart room, cyber café, cyber space, download.




7B

INTERNET

Definition of internet and some basic terms



- Teacher guides students to define some basic terms:

Home page, HTML, HTTP, Intranet, Internet service provider, upload, protocol, web browser, web page, web site.




8

INTERNET

Main browsers:

- Features in main browsers


- Teacher leads students to list the main browsers:

i) Internet explorer

ii) Netscape navigation

iii) Opera

iv) Firefox

-Leads students to list the features in main browser, window, title bar, menu bar, tool bar, address bar, etc.





9

INTERNET

Internet services



-ITeacher instructs students to visit some websites

-Write notes on the board on what they learnt on their visit website, e-mail.

-Email discussion group

-Telnet


-Usenet

-FTP


-WWW, etc


10


ELECTRONIC MAIL(E-MAIL SERVICES)

-Definitions



- Teacher leads students to define:

i) Electronic mail

ii) E-mail; services

a. Sending/receiving e-mail

b. Charting

iii) Steps involved in operating mail box

iv) Steps involved in creating e-mail account.


11

ELECTRONIC MAIL(E-MAIL SERVICES)

-Features in an e-mail address

-Definition of charting


- Teacher guides students to write e-mail and website addresses and identify the differences in their features e.g.

i) finemail@finegoving.org

e-mail address

ii) www.finegoving.org

website

-Definition of chatting



-Steps involved in chatting.


12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

SENIOR SECONDARY BUSINESS

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

MANUFACTURING ACCOUNT

  • Meaning/definition

  • Purpose of manufacturing account

  • Terminologies used.

  • Computation of;

  1. Cost of raw materials available for use.

  2. Cost of raw materials consumed or used.

  3. Prime cost of production.

Teacher discusses the items that make up manufacturing account, uses a flash and demonstrates the different terminologies used in manufacturing account - prepares manufacturing account, trading, profit and loss account and balance sheet format.

Students participate in the discussion by listing out the manufacturing items, prepare manufacturing account format.

Resources; chart, format of manufacturing account, trading, profit and loss account.


2

MANUFACTURING ACCOUNT

  • Layout/format of manufacturing account.

  • Preparation of manufacturing and trading account together.

Teacher discusses the items that make up manufacturing account and trading account uses a flash to demonstrate, prepares manufacturing account and trading account together.

Students participate in the discussion by listing out the manufacturing items for trading account. Prepares manufacturing trading account.

Resources; chart, format of manufacturing and trading account.


3

MANUFACTURING ACCOUNT

  • Preparation of profit and loss account.

  • Preparation of manufacturing, trading profit and loss account.

Teacher discusses the items that make up manufacturing account, uses a flash to demonstrate the different terminologies used in preparing manufacturing, trading, profit and loss account.

Students participate in the discussion by listing out the manufacturing items, prepares manufacturing, trading, profit and loss account.

Resources; chart, format of manufacturing account with trading, profit and loss account.


4

MANUFACTURING ACCOUNT

  • Transfer of goods manufactured from the manufacturing department to the sales department.

  • Balance sheet;

  1. Layout

  2. Preparation.

Teacher discusses the items that make up manufacturing account, uses a flash and demonstrates the different terminologies used in manufacturing account, prepares manufacturing account with trading, profit and loss account, balance sheet.

Students participate in the discussion by listing out the manufacturing items, prepare from manufacturing account to the balance sheet.

Resources; chart, format of manufacturing account, trading, profit and loss account with the balance sheet.


5

ACCOUNT OF NON-PROFIT MAKING ORGANIZATION

  • Introduction

  • Receipts and payment account;

  1. Features

  2. Limitations.

  • Formats of receipts and payments account

  • Preparation of receipts and payment account.

Teacher explains receipts and payments, income and expenditure items, leads students to identify features and limitation, receipt and payment account, income and expenditure.

Displays format to show the preparation of receipt and payment account.

Prepare receipt and payment account.

Students pay attention to the lesson, participate in the activities i.e. receipts and payment account with income and expenditure account, format preparation.

Resources; charts, format of receipts and payment accounts, format of the income and expenditure accounts, a flash card.


6

ACCOUNT OF NON-PROFIT MAKING ORGANIZATION

  • Income and expenditure account; meaning.

  • Differences between receipts and payment accounts and income and expenditure.

  • Format of income and expenditure account.

Teacher explains income and expenditure items, plays the income and expenditure, format, prepares income and expenditure account.

Students pay attention to the lesson, participate in the preparation of the accounts, i.e. income and expenditure account.

Resources; charts, format of the income and expenditure accounts, a flash card.


7

ACCOUNT OF NON-PROFIT MAKING ORGANIZATION

  • Preparation of income and expenditure account.

  • Accumulated fund

  • Preparation of balance sheet

Teacher explains how to derive accumulated fund, prepares the income and expenditure account showing accumulated fund, prepares a balance sheet.

Students pay attention to the lesson, participate in the preparation of the accounts, i.e. income and expenditure showing accumulated and a balance sheet.

Resources; charts, format of the income and expenditure accounts, a flash card.


8

REVISIT BANK RECONCILIATION

  • Differences between bank statement and reconciliation statement.

  • Interpretation of bank statement

  • Causes of discrepancies between cash book and bank statement.




Teacher explains the different types of bank document, interprets the bank statement, work some examples like adjustment of cash book, and bank reconciliation statement preparation.

Students write short notes on the following; dishonoured cheque, uncredited cheque, unpresented cheque, commission/interest.

They also prepares bank reconciliation statement from a given bank statement e.g. standing order, direct payment. They prepare adjusted cash book, and observe the various stages in cash book.

Resources; bank documents, charts, resource person.



9

BANK RECONCILIATION STATEMENT

  • Preparation of adjusted cash book.

  • Preparation of bank reconciliation statement, bank overdraft, preparation of bank reconciliation statement with normal bank statement.

Teacher works some examples; adjustment of cash book, prepares bank reconciliation statement with items from adjusted cash book and overdraft

Students write short notes on the following; dishonoured cheque, uncredited cheque, unpresented cheque, commission/interest.

They also prepares bank reconciliation statement showing items from adjusted cash book.

Also prepare bank reconciliation statement with dishonoured cheques.

Resources; bank documents, charts, resource person.


10

REVISIT ACCOUNT CONTROL

  • Sales ledger control account.

  • Purchases ledger control account.

Teacher guides the students to identify sales ledger item, identify purchases ledger item, prepares sales ledger control account, prepare purchases ledger control account.

Students listen and take part in the preparation of: sales ledger control account, purchases ledger control account.

Resources; charts, format of both the sales and purchases ledger.


11

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Revisions

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