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LITERATURE

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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Introduction to “FACELESS” by Amma Darko

The Themes and style


Character Analysis I


General overview of the novel-“The Faceless”

Introduction to “”the Blood of a Stranger”by Dele Charlery.

The Themes and Style

Introduction to “She stoops to Conquer” by Oliver Goldsmith


The Themes and Style

Character Analysis

Role –Play “The Blood of a Stranger and “She Stoops to Conquer”

Revision

Examinations


  • Background of the novelist

  • Background and setting of the novel

  • Plot and summary




  • Examine the themes and style

  • Analyze the themes and style

  • Relate the themes to personal life encounter

  • Show a video chip of the boys on coral Island




  • Examine the characters-major

  • Analyze the major characters- their roles and significance

  • The relationship between the major characters.



  • General discussions/Compete with other students

  • Give project/pair the students for discussions

  • Questions and answers session on the novel.



  • Background of the Play-Wright/dramatist

  • Background and setting of the play

  • Plot and summary




  • Examine the themes and style in the play.

  • Analyze the themes and style in the play

  • Relate themes to personal life encounter

  • Use the text to point out relevant sections e.g the conflict between the western culture VS African culture.




  • Background of the Play-Wright/dramatist

  • Background and setting of the play

Plot and summary


  • Examine the themes and style in the play.

  • Analyze the themes and style in the play

  • Relate themes to personal life encounter.

  • Examine the characters-major and minor

  • Analyze the characters

  • How are the characters related




  • Role-play the actions of the major characters

Revision

Examinations.



LITERATURE

SS 2 THIRD TERM

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Introduction to “Ambush” by Gbemisola Adeoti

Introduction to “ The Dining Table” by Gbanabam Hallewell.

Introduction to “Home-less Not “Hopeless” by Sola Owonibi.

Introduction to “ The Fence” by Lenrie Peters.

Introduction to “The School Boy” by William Blake

Introduction to “Myopia” by Sly Cheney Coker.


Introduction to the “Crossing the Bar” by Alfred Tennyson

Introduction to “The Soul’s Errand” by Walter Raleigh.

Introduction to “ Upon An Honest Man’s Fortune”

General Overview of the Poems

Revision

Examination

Examination



  • Background and setting of the poet/poem

  • Background of the poem-subject-matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of Imagery/symbolism

  • A cardboard / print out picture of someone ambushed.



  • Background and setting of the poet/poem

  • Background of the poem-subject-matter/summary

  • Effective use of poeti devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • A cardboard/print out picture of a dining table.




  • Background and setting of the poet/poem

  • Background of poem subject matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Technique

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • A scenery/picture of beggars or people e.g under the bridge




  • Background and setting of the poet/poem

  • Background of the poem-subject matter/summary

  • Effective use poetic devices/techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • A picture of one wall(fence) of someone in a mood of indecision.

  • Background and setting of the Poet/Poem

  • Background of the Poem-subject- matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • Picture of a school boy.




  • Background and setting of the Poet/Poem

  • Background of the Poem-subject- matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • Cardboard picture of a medicated glasses/specs

  • Some things to show lack of future planning.




  • Background and setting of the Poet/Poem

  • Background of the Poem-subject- matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • Picture of the Crossing the Bar. .

  • Background and setting of the Poet/Poem

  • Background of the Poem-subject- matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • A picture of a boy on an errand



  • Background and setting of the Poet/Poem

  • Background of the Poem-subject- matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • Picture of stars on the sky




  • Discussion in groups by the students of the background and setting of the poems

  • Discussion in groups by the students on the devices and images in the poems

Revision

Examination

Ezamination



COMMERCE

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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CREDIT

  • Credit instrument

  • Functions of credits to; retailer and wholesalers.

  • Problems facing users of credit (buyer)

  • Problems facing business in granting (seller).

Teacher describes in detail credit instrument.

Students to collect newspaper cuttings of finance houses.



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PROFIT

  • Profit, meaning, types, gross and net profit.

  • Calculation of gross and net profit from a given data.

  • Calculation of gross and net profit to turnover.

Teacher leads students to compute gross and net profit from a given data., uses both business mathematics, and accounting approach.

Students compute gross and net profit using the two approach.



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TURNOVER

  • Turnover, meaning, relationship of capital investment to turnover, factors that affect turnover.

  • Calculation of gross profit to turnover and net profit to turnover.

  • Variation in turnover in different types of business.

Teacher works examples on chalkboard for students to copy.

Students calculate the rate of turnover from a given data.



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BUSINESS LAW

  • Definition, list and explain the branches of business law- law of contract, sale of goods, agency, hire purchase, employment.

  • Law of contract; meaning, basic elements/essentials of a valid contract.

  • Parties to a contract, characteristics of an offer and termination of an offer, contract binding on a minor and contract void on a minor.

  • Types of misrepresentation mistakes.

Teacher gives simple cases to illustrate the principles of business law, guides the students to interview employers of labour and employee, and report for discussion.

Students write short notes on types of business law from the board.

Resources; publications on government regulations.


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BUSINESS LAW CONTD

  • Types of contract voidable, formal and informal, oral and written, expressed and implied etc

  • Termination of a contract and remedies for breach of contract.

  • Sales of goods act; meaning, provisions of sale of goods act 1893, rights of the buyer and unpaid seller.

Teacher gives simple cases to illustrate the principles of business law, guides the students to interview employers of labour and employee, and report for discussion.

Students write short notes on types of business law from the board.

Resources; publications on government regulations.


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PRINCIPLES OF AGENCY

  • Rights and duties of the agent and the principal.

  • Rights and obligation of employer and employees.

  • Government regulations of business—registration of business, patent right, trade mark, copy rights and intellectual property.

Teacher guides students to interview an agent and the principal and report for discussion.

Students copy notes from the board.

Resources; articles and memorandum of association.


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STRUCTURE OF BUSINESS

  • Organizational setup

  • Draw an organizational chart showing various positions.

  • Authority responsibility, accountability, span of control, delegation of authority, advantages and disadvantages of delegation of power/authority.

Teacher illustrates with a chart or diagram of an organization and guides the students to interpret organizational set-up.

Students outline the departments in organization.

Resources; charts, diagrams.


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BUSINESS STRUCTURE CONTD

  • Inter-intra-departmental communication, meaning, media of communication in inter and intra departmental communication.

  • Comparism, importance of inter and intra-departmental communication.

  • List the various media of communication.

  • Distinguish between the power of an individual and the power of an office.

Teacher illustrates with a chart or diagram of an organization and guides the students to interpret organizational set-up.

Students outline the departments in organization.

Resources; charts, diagrams.


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INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

  • Business- meaning of business and meaning of management.

  • Business resources; meaning and examples- human, money, machine, materials, opportunities, goodwill.

  • Business objectives.

  • Management of business, functions of management (planning, organizing, etc)




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BUSINESS ORGANIZATION

  • Departments, departmentalization, function.

  • Business and its environment.

  • Social responsibilities of business- scholarship awards, employment of people in the community, etc

  • Responsibilities to community, government, shareholders and employee.

Teacher guides students to discuss business organization, organizes students to develop organizational chart.

Students draw organizational chart in their notebooks.

Resources; charts, pictures, and newspaper cuttings.


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INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING

  • Meaning, importance in functions in an economy.

  • Marketing concept, the four marketing mix.

  • Price mix; pricing policies e.g penetration, scheming.

  • Methods of promotion.

Teacher explains in detail the marketing concept, explains the method of promotion and pricing of products.

Students distinguish between market and marketing.



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Revision

Revision

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Examination

Examination

GEOGRAGHY

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTITIVIES

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Action of Waves

  • Definition and terms associated with waves. waves tide, currents, coast, swash etc and erosional processes (corrosion, attrition, solution and hydraulic action)

  • Erosional features of waves cape, bay cliff, caves, stock, etc

  • Coastal deposition (beaches, spit bar etc)

  • Coastal deposition (beaches, spit, bar etc)

Teacher : Uses pictures, films and models to explain

- Meaning and characteristics of waves, tides and currents

- guide discussions of erosional processes and coastal landforms

- help students identify and describe features of coastal erosion and deposition.

- Guides and supervises students as they make annotated diagrams of landforms

- Takes students on field work to observe features of wave erosion and deposition



Students : Draw annotated diagrams of the landforms

- Bring pictures of coastal landforms to school

- Participate in guided tour to observe coastal landforms.

Instructional Materials : Films, Pictures, Models, slides, Sketches and Annotated diagrams.




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Climate 2

  • Climatic types (hot, temperate, cold, desert etc

  • Characteristics(temperature, rainfall, etc)

  • Geographical distribution

Teacher : uses maps diagrams and sketches to help students identify major climatic types

- Uses the globe, maps, diagrams and sketches to explain climatic factors and their influence on weather and

climate

- Guides class discussions on :

- characteristics of major climatic types

- their geographic distribution and influence of climatic types on human activities

- classification of climate

- Takes students on a study trip to a meteorological stations





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Climatic Classification :

  • Greek classification(torrid, temperate and frigid), geographical distributions merits and elements.

  • Koppen classification (A, B, C, D, E and sub categories Af, Am, Aw, Bs, Bw, Cw, Cs, CF, DF, ET and EF )

  • Advantage and disadvantages of Koppen classification

Students- Visit a meteorological station

- Draw diagrams and sketches to show the effects of latitude, planetary winds, pressure, ocean currents, distance from the sea etc on climate.

- Draw a map of the world showing the distribution of climatic types/ regions

- Draw a map of the world showing Greek climatic classification system, and that, showing koppen’s classification



Instructional Materials : Atlas,

Maps, slides/power points, drawing paper, sketches and diagrams. Colour pencils , Tracing paper


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