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FURTHER MATHS

THIRD TERM SS ONE


WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

LINEAR INEQUALITIES

i. Linear inequalities in one variable

ii. Linear inequalities in two variables.


Teacher: guides students to solve linear inequalities in one and two variables

Students: solve problems on linear inequalities in one and two variables

Instructional Resources: the number line etc.

2

LINEAR INEQUALTIES

i. Graphs of linear inequalities in two variables

ii. Region that satisfies linear inequalities


Teacher: leads students to plot the values in graph sheet from the graph board

Students: solve problems on linear inequalities in two variables

Instructional Resources: Graph board, graph book etc.

3

CALCULATING AND PROCESSING DEVICES I

i. Abacus

ii. Decimal and binary systems


Teacher: guides students on how to use the calculating devices

Students: solve problems on the binary systems

Instructional Resources: Abacus, four figure tables, slide rules, calculators, computer etc.

4

CALCULATING AND PROCESSING DEVICES II

i. Flow charts

ii. Application of flow charts


Teacher: guides students to draw flow charts

Students: draw flow charts

Instructional Resources: charts of flow charts.

5

OPERATIONS RESEARCH

i. Definition of operations research

ii. History and nature of operations research


Teacher: guides the students to define operations research

Students: tell the history of operations research

Instructional Resources: charts of historical development of O.R.

6

MODELS I

i. models of operations research

ii. linear programming models

iii. Transportation

iv. Assignment models


Teacher: guides students to distinguish models

Students: construct models that can distinguish the models.

Instructional Resource: charts on the model

7

MODELS II

Practical application of models



Teacher: guides students on practical problems on the models of operations research.

Students: participate in solving practical problems using the model.

Instructional Resource: charts on solution of problems that involves the models.

8

BINARY OPERATIONS I

i. Definition of binary operation

ii. Laws of binary operation


  1. Associative law

  2. Commutative

  3. Distributive

Teacher: helps the students in defining binary operations on sets

Students: study various binary operations defined in sets.

Instructional Resources: charts of standard operations on standard sets.

9

BINARY OPERATIONS II

i. laws of complementation as in sets

ii. identity elements

iii. inverse of an element



Teacher: treats each type of law with examples

Students: solve problems involving the laws.

Instructional Resources: charts displaying the laws of binary operations.

10

BINARY OPERATION III

Multiplication tables of binary operations



Teacher: guides the students to draw the multiplication tables of binary operations on sets with examples.

Students: draw multiplication table of some given binary operations.

Instructional Resource: charts of multiplication tables.

11

Revisions

Revisions

12

Examinations

Examinations

13.

Examinations

Examinations

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

FIRST TERM SS ONE


WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Meaning and Importance of Agriculture

i. Definition of Agriculture

ii. Branches of Agriculture

iii. Importance of Agriculture to the individual, community and the nation.



Class discussion

2

Problems of Agricultural Development in Nigeria

Problems created by inadequate:



  1. Land

  2. Basic amenities

  3. Finance

  4. Transportation

  5. Shortage and processing facilities

  6. Agricultural education and extension

  7. Tools and machinery

  8. Farm inputs.

Class discussion

3

Solutions to the Problems of Agriculture in Nigeria
Possible solutions to identified problems

Class discussion

4

Husbandry of Selected Crops (Root and tuber crops) e.g. yam, cassava, sweet potatoes.

  1. Method of propagation

  2. Climatic and soil requirements

  3. Land preparation

  4. Manuring and fertilizer application

  5. Harvesting, processing and storage of the selected crops

Cultivate at least a crop suited to the local environment.

5

Husbandry of selected crops (cereals) e.g. maize, rice etc.

  1. Method of propagation

  2. Climatic and soil requirements

  3. Land preparation, planting dates, seed rates, spacing, sowing depth

  4. Manuring and fertilizer requirements and application

  5. Harvesting, processing and storage

Keep appropriate farm records

6

Land and its uses

  1. Definition of land

  2. Uses of land for:

  • Agriculture

  • Forestry

  • Wildlife

Class discussion/take the students to the school farm land, orchard.

7

Factors affecting Land availability

Factors affecting land availability for agricultural purposes:



  1. Alternative uses of land e.g. building of cities, towns, industries, roads

  2. Soil type and topography

Class discussion

8

Husbandry of Oil crops e.g. Oil palm, melon, groundnut.

  1. Method of propagation

  2. Climatic and soil requirements

  3. Land preparation (pre-planting and planting operations)

  4. Manuring and fertilizer requirements

  5. Harvesting, processing and storage of oil crops

Grow at least one of the oil crops

9

Husbandry of beverage e.g. cocoa, tea and coffee

  1. Method of propagation

  2. Climatic and soil requirements

  3. Land preparation (pre-planting operations)

  4. Manuring and fertilizer requirements

  5. Harvesting, processing and storage of beverage.

Keep appropriate farm records

10

Husbandry of latex crop e.g. rubber

  1. Method of propagation

  2. Climatic and soil requirements

  3. Land preparation, nursery requirements

  4. Manuring and fertilizer requirements and application

  5. Harvesting, processing and storage

Keep a good farm record

11

Practical: Identification

Identification of the common crops available e.g. oil palm fruits, cocoa pod, kola nut, rubber seed, cotton seed and lint, groundnut pod, different species of maize etc.



Students should identify each crop by knowing their names (common), and botanical

12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

14

Examination

Examination



AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

SECOND TERM SS ONE


WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Anatomy and Physiology

i. Meaning of anatomy and physiology

ii. Systems of the body:

- Digestive (monogastric and ruminant)

- Reproductive system


Identification of various organs on charts, pictures and models.

2

Systems of the body of farm animals

Systems of the body:



  • Circulatory system

  • Respiratory system

  • Nervous system

i. Identify the internal organs of a freshly slaughtered animal.

ii. Draw and label those organs



3

Reproduction in farm animals

  1. Oestrus cycle with emphasis on heat period

  2. Mating in farm animals

  3. Gestation period

  4. Parturition

  5. Lactation and colostrums

i. Students should detect animals on heat

ii. Draw a chart (table) indicating the gestation period of the very common farm animals.



4

Egg formation in poultry
Processes of egg formation in poultry

i. Describe the process of egg formation in poultry

ii. Draw a chart or picture showing the different stages of egg formation



5

Role of hormones in reproduction

The role of hormones in reproduction



State the role of hormones in reproduction

6

Livestock management

Live stock management techniques:



  • Good housing

  • Feeding

i. Rear at least one of the animals from each group – ruminant and non-ruminant
ii. keep appropriate farm records

7

Livestock management

Live stock management techniques:



  • Hygiene

  • Finishing

Keep appropriate farm records


8

Husbandry of Pulses (groundnut, cowpea)

  • Method of propagation

  • Climatic and soil requirements

  • Pre-planting and planting operations

  • Manuring and fertilizer requirements

  • Harvesting, processing and storage




Keep appropriate farm records

9

Husbandry of fibre crops e.g. cotton

  • Method of propagation

  • Climatic and soil requirements

  • Pre-planting and planting operations

  • Manuring and fertilizer requirements

  • Harvesting, processing and storage of fibre

Keep appropriate farm records

10

Rock formation

  • Definition of rocks

  • Rock types: e.g. igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic

  • Rock formation processes/soil formation

Collect and identify rock types

11

Practical: Identification of rock.

Identification of the various rock types.



Collect the different rock types and identify them for the students.

12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination



AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

THIRD TERM SS ONE


WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Sources of farm power

Sources of farm power:



  • Human

  • Animal

  • Mechanical

  • Electrical

  • Solar

  • Wind

  • Water

i. class discussion

ii. use one or two students to perform one farm activity in the farm (human power)

iii. observe the use of mechanical farm power (machine)


2

Mechanization

  • Definition of mechanization

  • Explanation of mechanization in a broad term

Visit to mechanized farms or agro-service centres.

3

Prospect of mechanization

The advantages of mechanization:



  1. Increased productivity

  2. Reduced drudgery

  3. Timeliness of operations etc.

Observe the use of mechanical or electrical farm powers

4

Problems of mechanization

(a) Disadvantages of mechanization:

- displacement of workers

- destruction of soil structure

- environmental pollution

- compaction of soil

(b) Limitations:

- economic limitations

- technical knowhow

- small holdings



Observe and compare a newly worked land with machines with manually worked land.

5

Prospects of mechanization

Possible ways of improving Agriculture through mechanization:

- financial empowerment to farmers

- emphasis on technical education to train and have enough technicians

- increase holdings


Class discussion

6

Factors of production

Factors of production:



  • Land

  • Labour

  • Capital

  • Management

Excursion to large scale agricultural establishment

7

Farm manager

Functions of a farm manager:

Planning, organizing, supervising etc.


  1. state the functions

  2. explain the functions

8

Agricultural financing

Sources of farm financing:



  1. Agricultural banks

  2. Commercial banks

  3. Cooperative societies

  4. Money lenders

  5. Individuals

i. state the various sources of farm credit and finance
ii. explain the sources

9

Agricultural financing

Sources of farm financing continues



  1. Savings and thrift society

  2. Self financing

  3. Government

  4. Others

i. Explain the sources
ii. use professional (guest lecturer) bank officials

10

Implications of farm credits

The implication of farm credits e.g. interest rates



Explain the implications of credits (loan) especially from commercial banks

11

Practical:

Identification of farm machines and their parts



Visit to agro-service centres

12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

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