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COMMERCE

SS1 SECOND TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

WHOLESALE TRADE

  • Meaning and functions to the;

  1. Manufacture

  2. Retailer.

  • Differences between wholesaler and retailer.

  • Channels of distribution

  • Factors to be considered before choosing a particular channel of distribution.

Teacher discusses functions of wholesale in detail.

Students copy notes from the board.

Teacher illustrates with diagram the channels of distribution.

Resources; diagram, charts.



2

MIDDLE MEN

  • Meaning, elimination and survival of the middlemen.

  • Criticism/reasons that may warrant the elimination of middlemen.

  • Types of wholesalers.

  • Merchant wholesaler; functions and types.

  • Agent middlemen; types, brokers, manufacturers, agent and aunctioneers.

  • Commission agent, delcredere agent.

Teacher discusses the activities of middlemen in business.

Students participate in argument for and against the elimination of middlemen in the chain of distribution.



3

WARE HOUSING

  • Warehousing;- meaning and importance.

  • Types of warehousing, bonded warehousing.

  • State/queen’s warehousing

  • Public warehousing

  • Manufacturer’s warehousing.

Teacher lists and explains in detail types of warehousing.

Students participate actively in discussing of types of warehousing.



4

FOREIGN TRADE

  • Meaning and types (bilateral and multilateral)

  • Advantages and disadvantages of foreign trade.

  • State barriers to foreign trade.

  • Differentiate between export, import and entrepot.

  • Procedures for foreign trade.

Teacher guides students in class discussion, gives division of foreign trade and lists the barriers.

Students writes notes on the topic.

Resources; diagram and documents of foreign trade and brochures from custom and exercise etc


5

BALANCE OF TRADE AND BALANCE OF PAYMENT

  • Distinguish between balance of trade and balance of payment.

  • Reasons for imposing tariffs/restrictions in foreign trade.

Teacher differentiates between balance of trade and balance of payment.

Students participate actively in the discussion.

Resources; documents used in foreign trade (samples)


6

DOCUMENTS USED IN FOREIGN TRADE

  • Mail transfer, documentary credit, letter of hypothecation.

  • Foreign bill of exchange, travelers cheque, telegraphic transfer, etc

  • Custom and exercise functions.

  • Nigerian export promotion council;- functions.




7

NIGERIAN AIRPORT AUTHORITY

  • Nigerian airport authority and Nigerian ports authority;- functions.

  • Nigerian export authority;- functions.

  • Commodity exchange;- meaning, types of tradeable commodities, agricultural produce, solid minerals, oil and gas. (list commodities and classify)

  • Requirements for trading, grading system, warehousing, clearing system, standardizing.

Teacher discusses function of Nigerian ports authority, and Nigerian airport authority, guides students to some commodities produced in Nigeria.

Students differentiates types of commodities, i.e agricultural produce, solid minerals, oil and gas.

Resources; organize excursion to airport, etc, use pictures, charts, and sample of commodities.


8

COMMODITY EXCHANGE CONTD

  • Types (spot, forward features), method of trading, open, outcry, electronic.

  • Benefits of commodity exchange.

  • Increase in agricultural production.

  • Stabilization in agricultural product pricing.

  • Encourage exploration of solid minerals,

  • Foreign exchange earnings,

  • Increased agricultural output and quality.

  • Constraints to commodity trading;

  • Inadequate supply

  • Poor storage

  • Bad weather

  • Ethical issues

  • Middlemen, inadequate knowledge of commodity exchange.

Teacher guides students to identify commodities to be exchanged.

Students copy notes on commodity exchange.

Resources; pictures, charts, samples of commodities.


9

COMMODITY EXCHANGE

  • Differentiate between commodity and stock

  • Items traded; tangible and intangible methods of pricing.

  • Sole proprietorship; meaning, features and sources of capital, advantages and disadvantages.

  • Partnership; meaning, types, formation and agreement.

Teacher leads discussion on sole proprietorship.

Students suggest the advantages, disadvantages and the sources of capital.

Resources; journals and charts.


10

PARTNERSHIP CONTD

  • Sources of capital;- advantages and disadvantages.

  • Dissolution

Teacher leads discussion on partnership, and distinguishes between sole proprietorship and explains different types of partnership.

Students participate in class discussion and copy notes.

Resources; sample of partnership deed.


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examination

COMMERCE

SS1 THIRD TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Types of occupation

  • Career opportunity

  • Requirements for the various careers, factors to be considered before choosing career.

  • Career hazard

The teacher invites a business executive like a banker or insurance broker, to give a talk on their profession.

Students listen to and ask questions.

Resources; pictures of workers at work.


2

CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES;

  • Definition, formation, characteristics and history of co-operative movement.

  • Types of co-operative societies;

  • Consumer co-operative

  • Producer cooperative

  • Wholesaler cooperative

  • Retailer cooperative

  • Thrift and credit societies

  • Multi-purpose.

Teacher leads students to discuss on co-operative societies.

Students participate actively in the class discussion.

Resources; co-operative society’s constitution.


3

CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES CONT

  • Advantages, disadvantages, and problems of co-operative societies in Nigeria.

  • Public enterprises; meaning, formation, management and sources of capital.

Teacher leads students to discuss on co-operative societies.

Students participate actively in the class discussion.

Resources; co-operative society’s constitution.


4

PUBLIC ENTERPRISES CONTD

  • Reasons for government ownership of public enterprises.

  • Advantages and disadvantages of public enterprises.

  • Discuss various types of public enterprises and their methods of formation.

Teacher identifies and makes a list of public enterprises in the locality.

Students identify public enterprises in their locality.

Resources; memorandum and article of association.


5

LIMITED LIABILITIES COMPANIES

  • Meaning,

  • Types; private and public

  • Formation (legal requirement for the formation of a limited liability company), memorandum of association, article of association, prospectus, certificate of incorporation and trading.

Teacher gives examples of private and public limited liability companies in their locality.

Resources; memorandum and article of association, share certificates.



6

LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES CONTD

  • Sources of capital;

  1. Shares, debentures, retained profit, loans, and overdraft, etc

  • Other sources of capital; trade credits, equipment/leasing.

  • Advantages and disadvantages of limited companies.

  • Liquidation/dissolution of a limited liability company.

Teacher gives examples of private and public limited liability companies in their locality.

Resources; memorandum and article of association, share certificates.



7

TRADE ASSOCIATION AND OTHER ENTERPRISES

  • Definition and examples

  • Aims and functions

  • Chamber of commerce;- meaning, aims, functions, and structure.

  • Consortium, cartel, amalgamation/merger/combine trust holding.

Teacher organizes a visitation to local chamber of commerce.

Students participate in the visitation to a local chamber of commerce.

Resources; pamphlets on trade association constitution.


8

MONEY

  • Meaning, history/ evolution of money.

  • Qualities of money

  • Types and forms of money.

  • Similarities and differences between money and other communities used for exchange in trade by barter.

Teacher explains in detail the history and forms of money.

Students participate actively in the discussion.

Resources; forms of money, paper, coins etc.


9

TRANSPORTATION

  • Meaning, importance and forms.

  • Land (road & rail) advantages and disadvantages.

  • Water (advantages and disadvantages).




10

TRANSPORTATION CONTD.

  • Forms of transportation; air transportation;- advantages and disadvantages.

  • Pipeline; advantages and disadvantages.

  • Identify documents used in transportation.

Teacher shows different documents used in transportation.

Students provide some documents too.

Resources; delivery notes, advice note etc


11

COMMUNICATION

  • Definition

  • Types;- oral, written, visual, non-verbal etc

  • Advantages and disadvantages of communication.

Teacher leads discussion on types of communication.

Students mention and explain types of communication.



Resources; charts, computer, phones etc.

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Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination


SENIOR SECONDARY (HUMANITY)

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Introduction to Literature

  • What is literature: various definitions of literature.

  • Functions of literature

  • Difference(s) between literature in – English and English Literature

2

Genres of literature 1(Drama)

  • Definition of Drama

  • Characteristic (features) of drama.

  • Types of Drama

3

Terms used in Drama

  • Professional Terms such as stages, audience, dialogue, soliloquy, aside, character, flashback, fore shadowing, prologue, epilogue, prompt, script, backdrop, costume etc

  • Draw a chart of terms used in drama

4

Genres of Literature 11(Prose)

  • Definition of prose

  • Characteristics (features) of prose.

  • Types of prose

  • Narrative Techniques: first person narrative/third person narrative etc

  • Draw up a chart of Narrative persons

5

Genres of Literature 111 (Poetry)

  • Various definitions of poetry

  • Characteristics (features) of poetry

  • Types of poetry

6

Poetic Devices

  • Rhyme, Rhythm, Stanza, metre, Poetic license, poetic personae

7

Literature Term 1

  • Discussion on figures of speech such as : simile, metaphor, personification, oxymoron, onomatopoeia, alliteration, assonance, etc

  • Various examples of each

8

Literary Terms 11

  • Further discussion s on figures of speech such as: Paradox, Irony, Euphemism, Hyperbole, Synecdoche, Metonymy, Litotes, Malapropism, pun, etc

  • Various examples of each

  • A list of the figures of speech on cardboard sheet.

9

Literary Appreciation 1

  • Definition of Literary Appreciation

  • Discussions on what to appreciate and how:

-Significance of Literary works in context.

- Special Syntax of poetry



- Effective use of Literary devices


10

Literary Appreciation 11

  • Professional Terms used in Literary

  • Appreciation such as: Themes, style, setting, tone, mood, symbolism, etc

  • A list of literary terms on cardboard paper.

11

General Overview of the Literary Genres

  • Distinct features of each of the genres

  • Differentiate between Drama, prose and poetry

  • Similarities between drama, prose, and poetry




12

Plot

  • Definition of plot

  • Difference between plot and story

13

Revision

Revision

14

Examination

Examination

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

SS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT/ACTIVITIES

1

Introduction to “Lonely Days” by Bayo Adebowale

2

Theme(s) and style

  • Discussions on the theme(s) in the text

  • Analysis of the style

3

Character Analysis 1

  • Discussions on the major characters in the Novel

  • Analysis of their roles and significances

4

Character Analysis 11

  • Discussions on the minor characters

  • Analysis of their roles and significances

  • Relationship between the characters.

5

General overview of the Novel

  • General discussions/compete with /project work, or pair students up for discussions. Question and answer sessions on the text.

6

Introduction to “Harvest of Corruption” by Frank Ogodo

  • Background of the dramatist(playwright)

  • Background and setting of the play

  • Plot summary

7

Theme(s) and style

  • Discussions on the theme(s) in the text

  • Analysis of the style

8

Characterization

  • Discussions on the major characters

  • Analysis of their roles and significances

9

Characterization

  • A discussion on the minor characters

  • Analysis of their roles and significances

  • How are the characters related

10

Role play (Drama)

  • Role-play the actions of the major characters in the text

  • Role-play on the actions of the minor characters in the play /text

11

Revision

Revision

12

Examination

Examination

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Introduction to “the Panic of Growing Older” by Lerrie Peters

  • 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 growing older.

2

Theme(s) and style

3

“Vanity” by Birago Diop

  • 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 growing older.

4

Theme(s) and style

  • Analyze the Theme(s) of the poem

  • Relate the Themes to personal life encounters

  • Analyze the style

  • Use portions of the text to explain themes

5

Introduction to “the Last Goodman” by Patience Swit.

  • Background of the Novelist

  • Background and setting of the Novella

  • Plot summary/state sequence of major events and show cause-effect relationship.

6

Theme(s) and style

  • Analyze the major themes in the text.

  • Relate the themes to personal life encounter(s)

  • Discuss the styles in the Novella

7

Characterization

  • Mention and discuss the major characters in the text

  • Discuss their various roles and significances

  • State the relationship between the characters

8

Characterization

  • Mention and discuss the minor characters in the text

  • Discuss their various roles and significances

  • State the relationship between the characters

9

General Overview

  • Compete with /Give project work or pair students (group) for discussion

  • How does the story relate to human life?

  • Man’s entire struggle in life is vanity.

  • Why does the old man keep dreaming about lions and baseball?

10

General overview contd.

General overview contd.

11

Revision

Revision

12

Examination

Examination
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