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STORE MANAGEMENT

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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REVISION OF JSS

EXAMINATION

Teacher revises past questions with student

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INTRODUCTION TO STORE

MANAGEMENT

- Meaning and objectives

- Importance of store management

- Functions of store manager



Teacher explains the concept and objectives of store management. Students identify the importance and function visit to a typical store in their locality.

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COMPONENTS OF STORE MANAGEMENT

- Characteristics of store management

- Customer services:- meaning, types and benefits.


Explain and discuss characteristics, meaning, types and benefits of the topic.

Students participate in the discussion.



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PRIMARY FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT AS THEY RELATE TO STORE MANAGEMENT

Planning/organizing – meaning and benefits

- Leading/directing and controlling meaning and benefit

- Staffing – meaning/stages involve in staff recruitment



Discusses the functions of management,

illustrates functions with examples in the

Student environment. Students participate

in the discussion and ask questions.

Visit a typical store that operate base on

Managerial function.




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STORE ESTABLISHMENT

- Meaning/factors that affect store establishment

- Competition and types of business.

- Size of business



List points to consider as factors in establishing a store and discuss them,

Students take note of the explanation and also participate in the discussion.

Charts showing factors to be considered in establishing a store.


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STORE ESTABLISHMENT

- Security and capital

- Experience

- Source of supply.






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INTRODUCTION TO RETAILING AND WHOLESALING

- Concept of retailing :- meaning and functions.

- Factors to be considered in setting up a trade

- Types of retail trade



Teacher discusses concept, functions and types of retailing.

Students note explanation and participate.



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MODERN TREND IN RETAILING

- Self-service and branding

- Automatic vending

- Pre-packaging and e-retail sales



Teacher defines each modern trend in retailing, discusses each of them.

Students participate and attempt identifying the differences. Visit to a standard store or organization where self-service, branding, automatic vending, etc is in operation.



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CONCEPT OF WHOLESALER

- Meaning of wholesaling and wholesaler

- Functions of a wholesaler to the manufacturer and retailer.

- Types of wholesaler.



Teacher discusses and defines concept, types, and function of wholesaling

Students note and participate in the discussion.



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INTRODUCTION TO WARE HOUSE

- Meaning of ware housing and ware house, and types of ware house.

- Importance of ware house.

- Problems that affect the siting of ware house



Teacher defines and discusses meaning, types and importance of ware house. Students participate by identifying the importance of ware house.

Visit a typical ware house in your locality

or take a trip.


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INTRODUCTION TO

TRANSPORTATION

- Meaning and means of

transportation:-land, water, air and

pipeline

- Land – benefits and problems

- Water – benefits and problems



Discuss and list the different means of transportation, their benefits and problems.

Students participate and ask questions.

Take a trip to any airport, seaport etc.

Charts showing types transportation.



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TRANSPORTATION

- Air and pipeline - benefits and

problems

- Factors that determine the means

of transportation: cost, risk,

distance, etc.

- Documents used in the various

means of transportation – Airway

bill, bill of lading, etc.


Teacher discusses and list various documents used for transportation Students participate and ask questions. Documents used in various means of

transportation e.g. bus ticket, airway bill, bill of lading, etc.



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Revision

Revision

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Examination

Examination

STORE MANAGEMENT

SS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

REVISION AND INTRODUCTION TO STOCK

- Revision of first term examination

- Stock control – meaning of stock, control and reasons for holding stock,

- Types of stock:

i) Work in progress

ii) Consumable materials

iii) Finished goods


Teacher revises last term work and

explain the meaning of stock and stock

control, reason for holding stock and

types of stock.

Students listen, note and ask questions.

Past question paper, charts showing

types of stock.


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TYPES OF STOCK

- Maintenance materials and components

- Types of stock record – bin card, stock card

- Stock requisition form, purchasing and the issuing procedure.



List/explain different types of stock records students note and draw different stock records.

Stock records – stock card, bin card, stock list



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METHODS OF STOCK CONTROL:

- Manual method:

i) Perpetual method

ii) Periodic method

- Benefits and problems of each.

- Continuous stock tally:

i) Computerized methods

ii) Meaning, benefits and problems

- Stock accounting and verification:

purpose, procedure and reason for stock discrepancies.



Teacher discusses different methods of stock control, takes students to computerize store. Discusses stock accounting, verification, purpose, procedure and reasons for discrepancies. Chart showing procedure for stock accounting and verification.

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LEVELS OF STOCK CONTROL

- Maximum level – benefits and problems-Minimum level – benefits and problems Reorder levels – benefits and problems- First in first out (FIFO) – benefits and problems, factors to be considered.



List and describe different levels of stock, explain benefits and problems.

Students participate in listing the benefits and problems.





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METHOD OF ISSUING STOCK

- Last – In – First – Out (LIFO) – meaning and benefit

- Problems of LIFO

- Factors to be considered.



List ways of issuing stock and explain them.

Students listen and ask questions



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INTRODUCTION TO PRICING

- Meaning and objectives

- Types of pricing method:

i) market skimming

ii) product line and their benefit and

problems.

- Factors influencing pricing decision


Teacher explains pricing, state and describes types of pricing.

Students participate in the discussion of types of pricing.

List prices on cardboard paper.


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PRICING METHODS

- 1.Mark-up and mark-down : - benefits, problems, and

- a)Target on return pricing and

- b)Variable pricing - benefits and problems.

- 2. Organizational policy

- a) Meaning of organizational policy

- b) Characteristics of policies.

- 3 Policy decision

- a) on employment

- b) Customer services

- c) Code of conduct


Teacher list the method benefits and problems of pricing and explain each of them. Teacher gives and explain the meaning of organizational policy. Students listen and ask questions.

Chart showing code of conduct characteristics of policies.




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POLICY DECISIONS

1. a) Health and safety

b) Finances

c) Fraud

d) Recycling etc. 2. Organizational standard and culture

- Definition, explanation and form of organizational standard. e.g. Code of

3. Productivity standard: customer service, human resources standard, dress standard (Code).


Teacher explains the following terms: standard, productivity standard, standard for customer satisfaction.

Students listen and ask questions. Screen projector and laptop.



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QUALITY ASSURANCE STANDARD

1. Quality assurance standard, marketing standard, corporate presentation, documentation of standard, benefits of using standards

2. Organizational culture

a. Meaning of organizational culture

b. Types

3. Attitude to work (b) Relationship with workers (c) Relationship with boss (d) dress code (e) Benefits of organizational culture



Teacher explain quality assurance standard, marketing standards etc. students listen and ask questions

Teacher uses role play to explain type of

Organizational culture; attitude to customers, relationship with co-workers and boss etc. Students watch films, participate in role- play, ask questions and take notes.

Teaching Resources

-Role play

-Screen projector

-Laptop




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Business Communication

I. Meaning, goals of communication, importance of communication, importance of communication

II. Types of communication:


  1. Oral- benefits & problems

  2. Written communication- benefits & problems

  3. Non- verbal- benefits & problems

III. Barriers to effective communication

Forms of communication



Teacher gives the meaning of business communication, importance

Lists types of communication, benefits and problems.

Students listen, participate and ask questions.


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Examination

Examination

STORE MANAGEMENT

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Business Documents

I. meaning & types- a. business letter b. business memo, meaning and preparation

II. business reports- meaning and preparation

III. Circular- meaning & preparation

IV. Notices- meaning & preparation


Teacher defines meaning & types of business documents.

Students listen, ask questions.



Teaching Resources

Business Documents




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Electronic Communication

I. Meaning, means of electronic communication (a) Fax; explain & demonstrate the use (b) Telephone; explain II.Email- explain & demonstrate (d) radio message- explain

III. Electronic money transfer- explain& demonstrate the use.


Teacher defines electronic communication, explains and demonstrates use of electronic means of communication.

-Students listen, join in the discussion, observe the communication gadgets while on excursion and discuss in class.



Teaching Resources

Fax machine, telephone, internet etc or trip to organizations that use these means of electronic communications.



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Business Law- meaning,

I. aspects of business law (a) sale of goods act- meaning, features, implied provisions of sale of goods act 1993.

II. Rights of the seller & buyer

III. law of contract; meaning, features of contract (a) offer & acceptance (b) consideration



Teacher gives the meaning.

-state sale of goods act

-explain contract, rights of the seller & buyer to the buyer.

-students listen, ask questions, participate in class discussion.



Teaching Resources

Chart showing features of sale of goods, rights of seller and buyers etc



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Law of contract cont.

I. Intention to create legal backing (d) certainty terms of agreement

II.(e)All the parties must have constructional capacity.

III.(f) The concept of the parties must be genuine (g) formalities of a contract



The resource person discusses intention to create legal backing.

Students listen, note the points and ask questions.


Teaching Resources

Bring in a resource person eg a lawyer.




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I. The object of a contract must be legal. It must be possible to perform

II. Discharge of contract (b) Circumstances in which contract can be frustrated

III. Remedies for breach of contract.


The resource person with the teacher discusses the object of a contract, discharge of contract. Students note points, ask questions.

Teaching Resources

Resource person e.g. a lawyer.




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Business Law cont.

I. Law of agency (a) Money duties of the principal, rights of the principal

II. Agents, meaning, characteristics and

III. Classification of agents



Resource person discusses duties of the principal & rights.

-Meaning, character and classification of agents.

-Students listen, ask questions.

Teaching Resources

Resource person e.g. lawyer.



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I. Appointment of an agent

II. Agency cont.

III. Duties of an agent, rights of an agent.


Teacher discusses duties of an agent, students listen, ask questions.

Teaching Resources

Chart showing duties of an agent.



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Termination of an agency

II. (a).Contract of employment meaning (b) duties of an employer

III. Rights of employers


Teacher discusses, students participate and ask questions

Teaching Resources

Chart showing duties of an employer, rights etc



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Contract of employment cont.

I. Duties of an employee

II. Rights of an employee

III. Rights of a woman in employment of dismissal of employment

III. Termination of contract of employment


Teacher discusses duties/rights of an employee.

-Students participate, note points etc



Teaching Resources

Chart showing duties/ rights of employee




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Government regulation on business

I. Meaning, reasons for government regulation of business.

II. Methods of government regulation of business.

III. Benefits of e- government



Teacher discusses meaning, reasons, method and benefits derived from the handbook and other textbooks.

Teaching Resources

Handbook on government regulation on business.




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Government regulatory agencies

I. Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON)- meaning, functions

II. NAFDAC- meaning & functions

III. EFCC- meaning, duties

IV. NDLEA- meaning & functions


Teacher with the resource person discusses regulatory agencies and functions.

-Students listen, ask questions.



Teaching Resources

Resource person from NAFDAC, SON, EFCC,



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Revision

Revision

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Examination

Examination

OFFICE PRACTICE

SS1 FIRST TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

REGISTRATION

  • Introduction to office practice

  • Meaning of practice

  • Objectives of office practice

  • Importance of office practice.

Students listen attentively and note the explanation. Write down the notes.

2

THE OFFICE

  • Meaning of an office.

  • Types of office [open or large, and close or small].

  • Advantages and disadvantages of small/close office

  • Advantages/disadvantages of large/open office.

Students listen to the definition and write down in their notes.

Resources; pictures of different diagrams of office on chalk board, charts VCD showing different office setups. Projector (electronic/OHP).



3

FUNCTIONS OF AN OFFICE

  • Receiving information

  • Recording informing

  • Giving information

  • Safeguarding information.

  • Processing information

  • Storing information.

Students participate in class discussion, answer teacher’s questions, copy chalkboard summary.

4

SECTIONS OF THE OFFICE

  • The reception

  • The open registry

  • The store.

Students listen to the definition and write down notes, participate in class discussion.

Resources; pictures of an office.



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SECTIONS OF THE OFFICE CONT.

  • The general office

  • Mail room and its equipment.

Students listen to the explanation, write down the meaning pictures of office. Resources; envelop sealing machine addressing machine.

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OFFICE ORGANIZATION

  • Meaning

  • Objectives of office organization

  • Smooth operation

  • Realization of organizational goals

  • Sharing responsibilities

  • Reduction of fatigue.

Students note teacher’s explanation, ask for classification where necessary.

Resources; pictures, slide show of organization, charts, use projector [with accessories].



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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE;

  • Meaning

  • Types.

Students listen to explanations, ask questions and jot down notes.

Resources; use pictures, slide show of organization.



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ORGANIZATIONAL CHARTS

  • Meaning.

  • Types

Note teacher explanation, copy notes from chalk board.

Resources; charts.



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PRINCIPLES OF A GOOD OFFICE ORGANIZATION

  • Span of control

  • Unity of direction/command

  • Unity of function

  • Delegation

  • Specialization

Students listen to explanation, ask questions, participate in the discussion, jot down points.

Resources; use pictures, charts for illustration.



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Examination

Examination

OFFICE PRACTICE

SS1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

TYPES OF OFFICE PERSONNEL;

  • Meaning, clerical staff, drivers.

  • Confidential secretary

  • Their duties.

Students note the definitions, participate in the discussion, jot down points.

Resources; pictures, charts.



2

TYPES OF OFFICE PERSONNEL

  • Typist/computer operator

  • Messenger

  • Cleaners

  • Their duties.

Students listen to explanation, jot down points.

Resources; pictures, charts.



3

FUNCTIONS OF DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS IN AN ORGANIZATION

Meaning and functions of:



  • Administration

  • Accounts/finance

  • Personnel/human resource

  • Marketing/sales.

Students participate in the discussion and jot down points. Visit organizations, write report on their visit to different organizations.

Resources; use charts, pictures.



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FUNCTIONS OF DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS IN AN ORGANIZATION CONT

  • Purchasing department

  • Transport

  • Production

  • Legal and customer service.

Students listen to explanation, visit an organization, write report on your visitation.

Resources; use charts, pictures, projectors, (electronic or OH with accessories).



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OFFICE EQUIPMENT

  • Meaning and importance.

  • Types of office equipment-; manual and electric

  • Uses and care of these machines.

Identify the various types of office equipments, practice how to use some of the equipments.

Resources; pictures, typewriter, computer, telephone, stapler, calculators, perforators etc



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MANUAL; THEIR USES AND CARE

  • Manual typewriter

  • Perforator

  • Stapler

  • Office pins and clips

  • Office cabinet

  • Office stamp

  • Trolleys.

Students identify the various types of office equipment. Put some of the equipment into practice.

Resources; use pictures, some office equipment, office pins, trolleys, office cabinet etc



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ELECTRIC; THEIR USES AND CARE

  • Electric typewriter (word processor)

  • Computer

  • Fax machine

  • Franking machine.

Students identify the various types of equipment, practice how to use some of the equipment, e.g electric typewriter, computers, fax machine.

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OFFICE EQUIPMENTS CONT; USES AND CARE

  • Photocopier

  • Scanning machine

  • Shredding machine

  • Overhead projector

Students identify the various types of equipment, practice how to use the equipment, give example- photocopier, scanning machine.

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OFFICE EQUIPMENTS CONT; USES AND CARE

  • Telephone

  • Duplicating machine

  • Calculator

  • Dictating machine

  • Envelop sealing machine.

Students identify the various types of equipments, practice the use of equipment, e.g calculator, envelop, sealing machine.

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OFFICE EQUIPMENT CONT; USES AND CARE

  • Automated time stamp

  • Dating machine

  • Addressing machine

  • Folding machine

  • Letter opening machine

  • Factors to be considered in selecting office equipment.

Students put into practice some of the equipment, give example; addressing machine, laminating, dating machine. Jot down and copy notes on the various types of equipments.

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Revision

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Examination

Examination

OFFICE PRACTICE

SS1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

THE RECEPTION

  • Meaning of the reception and the Receptionist.

  • Job qualities and personal qualities of a Receptionist.

  • His/her duties/responsibilities.

Students participate in discussion, jot points down, role-play on the receptionist.

2

DOCUMENTS HANDLED BY THE RECEPTIONIST;

  • Visitors book/register, visitors slip/form

  • Telephone message pad, business cards, telephone directory

  • Steps in answering telephone calls.

Students enumerate reward for; honesty, truthfulness, integrity, punctuality, devotion to duty etc. fill request forms, visitors’ book, telephone pad.

3

OFFICE PROCEDURES; MEANING

  • Importance, objectives of office procedures.

  • General office procedures.

Students make and answer telephone calls.

4

OFFICE PROCEDURES CONT;

Booklet/manual-meaning

Contents

Steps in changing office procedures.



Diagrams, specimen documents, dummy, telephones, religious publications, film shows, celebrities, books, biographies.

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OFFICE DOCUMENTS

  • Meaning.

  • Types of office documents

  1. Administrative documents:

  1. Nominal roll

  2. Calendar of events

  3. Leave roster, etc.

  1. Sales documents

  2. Purchasing/stores documents.

  3. Other office documents.

Teacher explains to students and shows them specimen documents. Samples and diagrams.

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Sales Documents

  1. Letter of enquiry

  2. Quotation

  3. Catalogue,

  4. Price list,

Students participate in the preparation of office documents. State the uses of office documents.

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Sales Documents Cont.

  1. Order

  2. Delivery notes/consignment note

  3. Invoice

  4. Pro-forma invoice




Students participate in discussion, give examples of documents.

Resources; delivery note, invoice etc.



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Sales Documents Cont.

  1. Credit note

  2. Debit note

  3. Statement of account

  4. Receipts.

Examples of; credit note, debit note, receipts.

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Purchasing/ Stores Documents;

  1. Requisition form

  2. Stores record

  3. Types of store record.

Example of; store records, requisition form.

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Bank Documents:

  1. Bank statement

  2. Cheque book

  3. Deposit slip

  4. Withdrawal slip.

Example of; cheque book, deposit slip, withdrawal slip, bank statement.

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Revision

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Examination

Examination

INSURANCE

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPICS/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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Introduction to Insurance:-

i) definition of insurance

ii) Insurer and the insured(Policy holder)

iii) Insurance Contract(parties involved in insurance contract)

iv) Essential features of insurance contracts:-Adhesion, Disclosure, Material factors, insurable interest, and warranty.
Historical development of insurance :-

i)pre independent insurance market

ii) Post independent insurance market

iii) Local legislator for insurance


Risks :-

i)Definition of risk, risks and society.

ii) Classification of risk


  1. Fundamental risk

  2. Speculative risk

Classification of Risk:-

i)Pure risk

ii)particular risk

iii)Dynamic risk

iv)Static risk, examples of risks in homes, roads and risks organization is expose to


Hazards :-

i)Definition of physical hazard in property with examples(life, motor and liability)

ii) moral hazards : landlessness, dishonesty
Hazards (cont)

i)Meaning of peril

ii) relationship between risk and peril

iii) Relationship between peril and hazard.

(distinguish between risk and hazard)
Insurable and uninsurable risks:-

i)meaning if insurable risks

( a) insurable risk in life:-

-risk of pre-mature death

-risk of disability

-risk of retirement

-risk of medical expenses etc.

b)property risks

c)liability risks: employer liability

ii)meaning of uninsurable risks with examples- earthquake, war, bad publicity, natural cause.

Etc

iii) characteristics of insurable and uninsurable risks



Functions of Insurance:

I) Primary functions- spreading of insurance risk.

ii) Secondary functions- loss prevention, security.etc.

Benefits of Insurance;-

i)Important of insurance benefits

ii) Benefit of insurance to the individual, society and business organization.

iii)Primary, secondary functions of insurance

iv) Importance of insurance (reasons why insurance should be encouraged).


Insurable interest:

i)Meaning of insurable interest

ii) Legal requirements of insurable interest.

iii) Interest (insurable interest in various classes of insurance life assurance, property.


Insurance interest(cont):

Creation of insurable interest

ii) Different between insurable contract and wagering contract.

Revision


Examination


Teacher explains insurance contracts, parties in insurance contracts , essential features students participates

Instructional resources of word cards


Teacher gives brief history of insurance.

Students narrate the historical development.

Instructional resources; magazine, journal.


Teachers explain the concepts students participates. Give examples of risks at home/roads.

Instructional resources:-

Chart showing road accident victims/other risks.


Teacher states classes of risks.

Students participates by giving examples of risks at home, on the road and institutions

Teacher explains the concepts with examples.

Students participates in describing hazards

Instructional resources: - Use of school environments.
Teacher states the relationship between peril and risk.

Students distinguished between the concepts.

Instructional resources: - Use of school environments.

Teacher explains with examples.

Students participate in the discussion.

Instructional resources: - Cardboard displaying insurable and uninsurable risk in a tabular form, characteristic of insurable and uninsurable in a tabular form.

Teacher guides discussion on the concepts.

Students state the differences between these concepts.

Instructional resources: - Tabular presents.

Teacher enumerates and explains benefits of insurance.

Students state with the example s the benefits of each concept.

Instructional Resources: charts.

Teacher explains the concepts, state the essentials of insurable interest.

Students give example of insurable interest in life property

Instructional Resources: -magazine, chart.

Teacher explains the concept and enumerates differences between insurable contract and wagering contract.

Students listen and take down notes.

Charts.
Revision


Examination



INSURANCE

SS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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Insurable Interest (cont.)

i)creation of insurable interest

ii)difference between insurance contract and wagering contract

Principles of insurance

i)utmost good faith

ii) the insured and the insurer duty of disclosure

iii)facts required to be disclosed

iv) breaches of utmost good faith, effect of a breach

v) penalties for breach of duties disclosure
Principles of insurance (cont.)

Proximate cause:-

i) Definition of proximate cause, examples.

ii) Determination of proximate cause.

iii) application of simple claims

iv)effect of proximate cause on claims



Indemnity:-

  1. Definition, method of providing indemnity to insurance contract

  2. Options available to insurers to execute indemnity(cash, replacement, repair, reinstatement

  3. Application of indemnity in property and liability, insurance life.

  4. Limitations of indemnity

Subrogation

Meaning of subrogation

ii)subrogation rights

iii)reasons for subrogation rights

iv)How subrogation rights arises

v) Sources of subrogation (waiver of subrogation rights):- knock for – knock agreements, third party shaving.

Contribution:-

I definition of contribution

ii. How contribution may arise (conditions required for contribution to arise.

iii. Application of contribution

Iv. Methods/Example applying contribution in a contract, modification to the principles of contribution.


Insurance practice:

i) Proposal form: Meaning and features of proposal forms. Examples (a company , personal details, property details)

ii)function and uses of proposal form

iii) Contracts where proposal forms are used: Fire, burglary/theft, personal accident and sickness, motor insurance.

Cover notes:-

i)Meaning of cover note characteristic, functions and uses of cover notes

ii)contracts where cover notes are issued

Certificate of insurance:-

Definition of certificate of insurance

ii)certificate of insurance in

-motor insurance

-Marine insurance

-employer liability
Revision
Examination


Teachers explains the concepts

Students identify the differences.

Instructional Resources: - chart.

Teacher explains with examples

Students itemize the point required.

Instructional Resources:-charts, magazine, word cards.

Teacher explains with examples

Students itemize the point required.

Instructional Resources:-charts, magazine, word cards.
Teacher explains with illustrations the concepts.

Students write down the meaning, classifies the insurance peril.

Teacher explains with examples

Students itemize the point required.

Instructional Resources: - charts and journal.

Teacher explains, gives options/ methods of selling indemnity.

Students state its application to property and life.

Instructional Resources:- charts

Teacher explains the concepts, state how subrogation rights arises

Students give meaning of concepts.

Instructional Resources: charts

Teacher explains with examples

Students mention conditions for contribution to arise.

Instructional Resources: - charts/ word card.

Specimen of proposal form.

Teachers explain and students identify the specimen together.

Instructional Resources:- specimen of proposal form from a recognized insurance company

Teacher explains cover notes, its function sand applicable contracts where it is issued.

Students state the functions/.characteristics.

Specimen of covered notes.

Teachers explain the concepts

Students enumerate the component of the typical certificates

Instructional Resources:- specimen document

Revision


Examination


INSURANCE

THIRD TERM SS1

WEEK

TOPICS/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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Insurance practice:

i)Cover notes

ii)certificate of Insurance

iii) marine insurance


Policy document:-

i)Definition of policy document

ii)component parts of a policy documents

iii) Contraction of a policy, uses of a policy document.

Reinsurance.

i)Meaning of reinsurance, parties to reinsurance contract

ii)Forms of reinsurance

facultative and treaty

iii) functions of reinsurance

iv)Application of reinsurance

Reinsurance (Cont.)

Insurance renewal:-

i)Meaning of renewal notice, need for renewal notice

ii)Consideration at renewals

iii)Procedure of renewals

iv)Duties of the insurer, insured in processing claims


Insurance renewal( cont)

i) Legal status of renewal notice.

ii) long term agreement (LTA)

iii)The use of NCD and LTD to ensure renewal

iv) Reasons for renewal of contracts.

Insurance claims:

i)Meaning of claims notification

ii) Duties of the insured and underwriters (insurer) in claims.


Insurance claims (cont.)

i) Duties of loss Assessors and adjusters.


Insurance premium:-

i)Meaning of premium, premium in life and non life

ii)Premium loading(factor that are considered before loading a premium.

iii) How premium can be returned.

Insurance premium cont.

i)Total return of premium

ii) Reason for total return of premium.

iii)Partial return of premium

iv)Reason for partial return of premium


Revision
Examinations.


Teacher explains.

Students identify specimen document.

Teacher explains the concepts,

Students identify the component parts of the policy documents.

Instructional Resources: - specimen document.

Teacher explains with examples.

Students identify and state two types of reinsurance and its functions.

Instructional Resources:- word card, chart


Teacher explains with examples.

Students identify and state two types of reinsurance and its functions.

Instructional Resources:- word card, chart


Teacher explains the concepts

Students identify the duties of the parties

Instructional Resources:-specimen documents.

.Teacher explains concepts.

Students state reasons for renewals

Instructional resources : chart


Teachers explains the concepts

Students identify specimen.

Instructional resources:-Charts.

Teacher explains the concept.

Students list duties of Loss Assessors.

Charts.
Teacher makes use of table to explain the concepts.

Students list factors to be considered before loading a premium.

Use of chart.

Teacher .explains the concepts.

Student enumerate reasons for partial return of premium

Use of chart, use of word card

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Examination


COMMERCE

SS1 FIRST TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

INTRODUCTION TO COMMERCE

  • Meaning

  • Scope functions

  • Characteristics

  • E- commerce, meaning, and functions

Teacher should discuss commerce in detail, identify the differences between commerce and e-commerce.

Students to participate actively in class discussion from the board.

Resources; diagrams/charts.


2

HISTORY OF COMMERCE

  • Historical background of commerce in Nigeria.

  • Factors affecting the growth of commerce.

  • The barter system.

The teacher guides the students’ discussion on evolution of commerce in Nigeria and leads the discussion on barter system.

Resources; cowries and museum materials.



3

OCCUPATION

  • Meaning

  • Classifications; industrial, commercial and services occupation.

  • Factors that determine types of occupation and employment.

Teacher discusses occupation and types in detail and lists factors affecting employment.

Students participate actively in the class discussion.

Resources; a diagram illustrating types of occupation.


4

PRODUCTION

  • Meaning and types of industry (primary & secondary).

  • Commerce (aids trade).

  • Services/tertiary (direct & indirect)

Teacher discusses production in details.

Students copy notes.

Resources; illustrate with a diagram.


5

PRODUCTION

  • Factors determining the volume of production.

  • Factors of production ; land, labor, capital, entrepreneur.

  • Division of labour; meaning, advantages and disadvantages.

  • Limitations to division of labour.

  • Specialization and exchange.

  • Interrelationship between production, division of labour, exchange and specialization.

Teacher picks a production of simple products like envelop in the class and divides labour amongst the students.

Students participate actively in their groups.

Resources; charts, eco-journals.


6

TRADE

  • Meaning and types of trade.

  • Home trade

  • Foreign trade

  • Entrepot trade

  • Relationship among the different types of trade.

The teacher uses the diagram to illustrate the different types of trade.

Students copy the illustration.

Resources; diagram and chart.


7

HOME TRADE

  • Characteristics and functions of retail trade, highlight the features, advantages and disadvantages of retail trade.

  • Factors to be considered before setting up retail shop.

  • Small scale retailing; hawking, mobile shops, kiosk etc

  • Meaning, characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of each.

The teacher could arrange visit to two or more retail shops and interview the owners.

Students participate actively.

Resources; charts, journals, pictures.


8

SMALL SCALE RETAILING

  • Store/market trader- meaning, characteristics, features, advantages and disadvantages.

  • Unit/tied shop- meaning, characteristics, features, advantages and disadvantages.

  • Reasons for survival or small scale retailers.

  • Problems of small scale retail business.

The teacher arrange visit to market shops and interviews the owners.

Students argue for and against the elimination and survival of retailers and wholesalers in trade.

Resources; charts, pictures, journals.


9

LARGE SCALE RETAIL TRADE; TYPES

  • Super market; meaning, features, advantages and disadvantages.

  • Departmental store; meaning, features, advantages, and disadvantages.

  • Multiple/chain store; meaning, features, advantages and disadvantages.

Teacher explains the organizational set-up of each of the retail trade.

Students participate fully in the discussion.

Resources; examples of supermarkets and departmental store in Nigeria.


10

LARGE SCALE RETAIL

  • Mail order business r firms; meaning, features, advantages and disadvantages.

  • Hyper market- meaning, features, adv. & disadvantages.

  • Variety store/one top shop- meaning, features, advantages and disadvantages.

  • Retail/whole sale co-operative society; meaning, features, advantages and disadvantages.



Teacher examines the organizational set up of each type of retail trade, and also examines the role of wholesaler in the chain of distribution.

11

MODERN TREND IN RETAILING

  • Branding –meaning, advantages and disadvantages.

  • Self services; meaning, advantages and disadvantages.

  • After sale services- meaning, advantages and disadvantages.

  • Describe necessary documents used in home trade.




12

MODERN TREND CONTD.

  • Vending machine; meaning, advantages, and disadvantages.

  • Reasons why retail trade may fail.







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