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CIVIC EDUCATION

SS 2 SECOND TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS

  1. Meaning/definition of interpersonal relationships, individuals, state and international relationships.




Teacher:

  1. Explain the meaning of interpersonal relationships.

  2. Mention types of interpersonal relationship e.g. relationship between man and woman

2

INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS

  1. Types of interpersonal relationship

  2. Skills that promote interpersonal relationship




Teacher:

  1. Identify the relationships that exist.

  2. State skills that promote interpersonal relationships

3

INTER-COMMUNAL RELATIONSHIP

  1. Meaning/definition of inter-communal relationships

  2. Importance of inter-communal relationship e.g. promote development

  3. Skills for resolving inter-communal conflicts – e.g. dialogue, mediation.

Teacher:

  1. Define inter-communal relationship

  2. Lead students to state the importance inter-communal relationship

  3. Resource person to explain the different skills in resolving inter-communal conflicts.

4

DRUG ABUSE

  1. Meaning and types of drug abuse

  2. Symptoms of drug abuse e.g. violence, depression etc.

  3. Prevention of drug abuse

Teacher:

  1. Explain Meaning and types of drug abuse

  2. Identify symptoms of drug abuse

  3. Show pictures of symptoms of drug abuse

  4. Illustrate ways of preventing drug abuse

5

DRUG ABUSE CONTINUED

  1. Government agencies that are working to prevent drug abuse e.g. NDLEA, NAFDAC etc

  2. Activities of drug enforcement agencies e.g. burning of fake drugs or expired drugs.

Teacher: Bring resource person from drug enforcement agency e.g. NDLEA. Explain the law against drug abuse.

6

PUBLIC SERVICE

  1. Meaning and definition of public service

  2. Characteristics of public service.




Teacher: Explain the meaning of public service. Mention and explain the characteristics of public service.

7

PUBLIC SERVICE CONTINUED

  1. Reasons for the short coming in the public service e.g. colonial influence etc.




Teacher: Identify reasons for the short coming in the public service. Mention ways of improving the public service n Nigeria.

8

RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD

  1. Meaning and definition of parenthood

  2. Roles of responsible parenthood




Teacher: Explain and define parenthood. Explain the roles of responsible parents e.g. providing for household needs, caring, education, good home training etc.

9

RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD

  • Importance of responsible parenthood. E.g. responsible citizenry, reduction in crime rate, healthy nation etc.

Teacher: Lead the students in enumerating the importance of responsible parenthood

10

TRAFFIC REGULATION

  1. Meaning of traffic regulation

  2. Traffic regulations e.g. obeying traffic officials and signs, avoiding over speeding.




Teacher: Explain the meaning of traffic regulations. Identify some traffic regulations to the students.

11

TRAFFIC REGULATION CONTINUED

Roles of individuals and government in maintaining traffic regulation e.g. FRSC.



Teacher: Invite a resource person to explain the roles of individuals and government in maintaining traffic regulations.

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CIVIC EDUCATION

SS 2 THIRD TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

HUMAN RIGHTS

Meaning/definition of Human rights



Teacher: Define Human Rights

2

HUMAN RIGHTS

Characteristics of Human Rights e.g. universality of Human rights, inalienability of Human rights etc.



Teacher: Mention the characteristics of human rights. Invite a resource person to discuss with the students in the human rights.

3

HUMAN RIGHTS

Categories of Human right e.g. civic and political rights, economic and social rights, environmental rights.



Teacher: Identify the categories of Human Rights.

4

FIGHTING POLITICAL APATHY

Meaning and definition of political apathy and characteristics



Teacher: Explain political apathy. Mention various characteristics of political apathy.

5

FIGHTING POLITICAL APATHY CONT.

Ways of fighting apathy e.g. knowing and defending our rights, participation in elections, joining popular organisations.



Teacher: explain ways of fighting political apathy.

6

PUBLIC SERVICE

Meaning/definition of public service.



Teacher: Explain the meaning of public service. Mention and explain the characteristics of public service.

7

WAYS OF IMPROVING THE PUBLIC SERVICE IN NIGERIA.

  1. Recourse and training programme

  2. Teaching of political education in schools

  3. Use of code of conduct bureau and public complaint commission.

Teacher: Invite a resource person to discuss about code of conduct to the students. .

8

CIVIL SOCIETY

Meaning and definition of civil society



Teacher: Explain and define the meaning of civil society.

9

CIVIL SOCIETY CONTINUED

Functions and needs for civil society.



Teacher: Identify some qualities and problems of civil society.

10

CIVIL SOCIETY CONTINUED

Qualities and problems of Civil Society




Teacher: Explain and define the meaning of civil society.

11

POPULAR PARTICIPATION

Meaning/definition of popular participation




Teacher: Explain the meaning of popular participation.

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BIOLOGY__SS_2_FIRST_TERM'>SENIOR SECONDARY SCIENCES

BIOLOGY

SS 2 FIRST TERM


WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1.

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

i). Modification of the feeding habits; filter feeders;- fluid feeders,- insects feeders;-parasitic and saprophytic feeders ii) feeding in protozoa and hydra etc.

iii). feeding in mammals;

iv). modification of pests to effect digestive function of man, dog, rabbits etc.


i) Use the specimens and charts of the digestive system of housefly, butterfly, cockroach, tapeworm sheep or dog to illustrate different types of feeding mechanism

ii) students should observe provided specimens noting the various modification found in the animals



2.

TRANSPORT SYSTEM

Definition of transport system; importance of diffusion osmosis to transport system; transport system in large organisms (plants and animals); importance of transport system; materials for transport structures of arteries, veins, vascular bundles

i)set up an experiment on rate of diffusion of a colored liquid. ii)students to observe and record the time taken by the colored

3.

TRANSPORT SYSTEM CONTINUES

i)media of transportation e.g blood, latex, cell, sap, cytoplasm e.t.c ii) components and structure of blood;- white blood, red blood cells, platelets and plasma

i)instruct students to detach, the leaves of pawpaw, cassava, allemande or robber ii)observe and make inference on the materials the plants detached above

4.

TRANSPORT SYSTEM CONTINUES

Mechanism of transport in

i)simple organism; multi-cellular, organism ; higher plants and animals; higher; asopthon and transportation of waters and mineral salts



i)explain the structure of artery vein using well drawn diagrams

5.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

i) Types of respiratory system; body surface respiration, Gill system; trached system; lungs

i) Display the Gills remove from a dead tilapia for students to observe the various structures. ii)students to observe the gill flakes, gill arch and gill filaments

6.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM CONTINUES

i) Mechanism of respiration in higher animals (inhalation and exhalation) ii) mechanism of respiration in lower animals

i). Mouth prepared slides showing respiratory organs of the earthworm, tilapia, toad, grasshopper and rats.

ii). Observe that respiratory organs of various animals



7.

EXCRETORY SYSTEM

i). Contractive vacuoles, flame cell, malpighian tubules, kidneys, stomata and lenticels

i). ask students to observe malpighian tubules in a dissected cockroach and rat

ii). Students to observe and saw malpighian tubule and the excretory system in rat and record their observations.



8.

NUTRIENT CYCLING IN NATURE

i). Definition of nutrient cycling e.g. carbon cycle, oxygen and water cycle

ii). Representation and processes of each of the nutrient cycle listed above

iii). Importance of nutrient cycle to plants, animals and man

iv). Carbon-oxygen balance



Lead students to perform experiment to show absorption of carbon dioxide and release of oxygen during photosynthesis ii) draw the carbon cycle and water cycle

9.

DECOMPOSITION IN NATURE
ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT: TOLERANCE

i). Micro and macro decomposers ii). Importance and roles of decomposers to man

iii). Concept of minimum and maximum of tolerance.

iv). Geographic range-graph illustrating maximum and minimum range tolerance.


i). The teacher shall mount experiment to show that carbon dioxide, ammonia are released during decomposition

ii). Show through experiment that heat is released during decomposition

iii). The students should identify the gases released during decomposition

iv). To guide the student to perform experiment showing limit to tolerance v). The students shall subject the tilapia fish to different level of salt concentration and record the observation on the opercula movements



10.

ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT

CONTINUES

(B) ADAPTATION

i)types of association; symbiosis (mutualism), parasitism, commensalism ii) features of biological importance possessed by organisms to an association

i). In form and functions; due to environmental conduction

ii). Effect of water availability to adaptive modification

iii). Structural adaptation of tadpole and fish to life in water

iv). Structural adaptation in birds


i). Ask students to collect ticks from cows and dogs and were possible the hermit crab .ii)students collect ticks from cow and dogs
i). Places chameleon against different back ground

ii). Ask students to observe and record color change




11.

POLLUTION

i). Atmospheric pollution – nature, names, and sources of air pollution

ii). Effect of air and noise pollutants

iii). Water and soil pollution – types, composition and side effects


i). Lead students to an industrial estate

ii). Students observe the effect of industrial waste on the environment.



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BIOLOGY
SS 2 SECOND TERM


WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES


1.

CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES

i). Definition

ii). Needs or importance of conservation

iii). Methods or ways of consenting natural resources (legislation Education, Erection of packs, and reserves).

iv). Agencies responsible for conservation

v). Problems associated with conservation.


i). Pass round the Law of conservation document

ii). Proffer solutions to photocopy of conservation by students.



2.

PEST AND DISEASES OF CROPS

i). Definition of pest

ii). Classification of pest by

(a) the pest of the plants they attacks e.g. (stem borers, root feeders, leaf feeder, plants and seed feeder)

ii). The animals types (invertebrates e.g. nematodes, arthropode, locust etc)

(c) Vertebrate pests (bird) e.g. gull, weaver bird, mammal e.g. rodent monkey)


(i) the teacher together with the students should create a table showing the relationship of crop disease, their agents and method of control.

3.

PEST AND DISEASES OF CROP

i). Life cycle and control of pest

ii). Disease caused by pest and their agents e.g. viral disease, bacterial diseases and fungi disease iii). Methods of pest diseases control- Physical, Biological and chemical methods.



i). Trace the life cycle of some pest


4.

REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM IN FISH AND REPTILES

i). Structures of male and female reproductive organ

ii). Parts and functions of male and female reproductive organ of fish and reptiles

iii). Structure of male and female gametes

v). Differences b/w male and female reproductive organ of fish and reptiles.



i). Present to students, the dissected male and female vertebrate showing their reproductive organs.

5.

REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM IN BIRD AND MAMMALS.

i). Structures of male and female reproductive system

ii). Parts and function of the reproductive system.

iii). Structures and Differences of male and female gametes

iv). Differences between male and female reproductive organ.




Mount fresh sperm specimen from rat under a microscope. Students to observe, draw and label the spasm cell.

6.

(B)


REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM IN BIRD AND MAMMALS CONTINUES

REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM IN PLAITS

i). Structural differences in the egg of vertebrates

ii). Tabulation and comparison of reproduction in fish, reptiles, birds and mammals.

i). Structure and function of the floral parts

ii). Arrangement of the major reproductive parts (whorls)



i). Mount fresh sperm specimen from rat under a microscope. Students to observe, draw and label the spasm cell
i). Ask students to examine the various parts of a flower provided


7.

REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM IN PLANTS CONTINUE

i). Types of flower (ii) types of ovaries (iii) important terms often used to study flowers e.g. Bisexuals, mono-sexual, inflorescence, Regular incomplete etc.

ii). Students to point out the essential and non essential parts of a flower.

8.

POLLINATION IN PLANTS

i). Definition and types,

ii). Features of self pollinated flower

iii). Features of cross pollinated flowers;

iv). Agents of pollination – Water, wind, insect animals.



i). Teacher to ask students to relate the position of stigma and stamens to the type of pollination students also to examine the nature of the pollen grain.

9.

REGULATION OF INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT

i). Definition of homeostasis

ii). Organs and processes involved in homeostasis

iii). The structure, function and disease of kidney. Effects of kidney diseases and their possible remedies


i). Show students photographs of normal and diseased liver and kidney.

10.

THE LIVER

i)The structure, function and diseases of liver

ii). Effects of liver diseases and remedies

iii). Processes and metabolism of deamination, and metabolism of carbohydrate and lepids.


i). Make labelled diagram of the liver and the organs around it.

11.

PLANT HORMONES

i). Definition and types

ii). Functions of the plant hormones

iii). Effects axin on lateral development, leaf fall and initiation of adventious roots

iv). Modern application of axin and other hormones, and with reference to early flowing, crop harvest and weed control etc.



i). Tabulate the list of plant hormones and their application

12.

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