Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS2 (1st, 2nd & 3rd terms)

As students progress into Junior Secondary School Year 2 (JSS2), the complexity of mathematical concepts increases. Our meticulously crafted scheme of work for JSS2 Mathematics is designed to meet this challenge head-on. With a focus on building upon foundational knowledge while introducing new topics, our scheme provides a scaffolded approach to learning.

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From advanced algebra to trigonometry and statistics, each lesson is structured to enhance comprehension and problem-solving skills. Empower your JSS2 students to excel in mathematics with our comprehensive scheme of work.

Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS2 First Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

1

LARGE AND SMALL NUMBERS

i.  Practical representation of numbers using

a. words only

b. digits only

c. mixture of digits and words

ii. Identification of small numbers/fractions

iii.  Place value of digits.

2

STANDARD FORM OF NUMBERS

i.  Expressing whole numbers in standard form

ii. Expressing decimal numbers in standard form.

iii. Quantitative reasoning (QR) involving standard form

3

APPROXIMATION

i.  Approximation to a required degree of accuracy: tens, hundred, tenth etc.

ii. Approximation to decimal places

iii.  Approximation to significant figures.

iv.  Quantitative Reasoning involving approximation

4

FACTORS AND MULTIPLES

i.  Factors of numbers

ii. Prime factors of numbers not greater than 200

iii.  Expressing numbers as product of its prime factors

iv. Rules of divisibility

v.  H.C.F of numbers.

5

FACTORS AND MULTIPLES

i.  Multiples of numbers

ii. Common multiples and LCM

iii.  Squares and square roots

iv.  finding square roots of numbers by factors.

6

DIRECTED NUMBERS

i.  Addition and subtraction of directed numbers.

ii. Multiplication and division of directed numbers

iii. Simplifying expression with directed numbers.

7

INVERSE IDENTITY

i.  Additive inverse

ii. Multiplicative inverse

iii.  Use of inverse operation solving simple equations.

8

SIMPLE EQUATIONS IN ONE VARIABLE

 Solving equations of the form

i.  2x = 8 (ii) 3n-4 = 5

iii. 3x-4 = 2x+1 (iv) 2y+4

                                 7    = 2

9

GRAPHS

i.  Introduction to the Cartesian plane

ii. Identifying the X and Y axis

iii.  Plotting points on the Cartesian plane (coordinates)

iv.  Construct shapes from given coordinates.

10

LINEAR INEQUALITIES

i.  Identifying linear inequality in one variable

ii. Solving linear inequalities

iii. Graphical representation of solution of linear inequalities

iv. Word problems involving linear inequalities.

11

EVERYDAY ARITHMETIC

i.  Percentage and ratio

ii. Conversion of fractions to ratio, decimals, percentages.

iii.  Quantitative Reasoning on fractions, ratios and percentages.

12

EVERYDAY ARITHMETIC (TRANSACTION IN HOMES AND OFFICES)

i.  Profit  and loss

ii. Simple interest

iii.  Discount

iv.  Commission

13

Revision

14

Examinations

Mathematics Lesson Note for JSS2 First Term

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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS2 Second Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

1

EXPANSION OF ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION

i. Expansion of the form a(b+c) = ab + ac.

ii. Expansion of the form (a+b)(c+d)=ac+ad+bc+bd

iii. Quantitative Reasoning involving expansion.

2

FACTORIZATION OF ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION

i. Factorization of the form ax+ay = a(x+y)

ii. Factorisation of the form abc+abd = ab(c+d).

3

ALGEBRAIC FRACTION

i. Algebraic fractions with monomial denominators (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)

ii. word problems leading to simple algebraic fractions.

4

SIMPLE EQUATIONS

i. Solving simple equations

ii. Word problems on simple equations.

5

LINEAR INEQUALITIES IN ONE VARIABLE

i.  Solution of linear inequalities

ii. Graphical representation of linear inequalities.

iii.  Word problems involving linear inequalities in one variable.

6

PLANE SHAPES AND FIGURES

Properties of:

i.  Parallelogram

ii. Rhombus

iii.  Kite

7

ANGLES IN A POLYGON

i. Revision of angles in a triangle

ii. Identification and naming of polygons (up to 10 sides)

iii.  sum of angles in a quadrilateral

iv.  The sum of interior angles in a polygon using (n-20 180o or (2n-4)90o.

8

SCALE DRAWING

i. Drawing plane objects to scale

ii. Converting actual lengths to scale.

iii. Calculation from scale drawing

iv. Combination of plane shapes to produce design.

9

GRAPHS

i. Revision of plotting of points on the Cartesian plane.

ii. solutions of linear equations in two variables using graphs

iii. Linear graphs from real life situations.

10

ANGLES OF ELEVATION AND DEPRESSION

i.  Identifying angles of elevation and depression.

ii. Distinguishing between angles of elevation and depression

iii.  Measuring angles of elevation and depression.

iv. Using angles of elevation and depression in calculating distances and heights.

11

Revision

13

Examinations

Mathematics Lesson Note for JSS2 Second Term

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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS2 Third Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

1

BEARING

i. Identifying the cardinal points.

ii. Compass/acute and 3-digit bearing

iii.  Locating the position of objects

iv.  Finding the distance between objects using scale drawing.

2

THE PYTHAGORAS RULE

i.  The right-angled triangle

ii. Using Pythagoras rule to solve right-angled triangles.

iii. Pythagoras triples.

3

CYLINDERS AND CONES

i.  Curved surface area of cylinders

ii. Curved surface area of cones

iii.  Total surface area of cylinders

iv.  Total surface area of cones.

4

VOLUME OF CYLINDERS AND CONES

Deriving formulae for

i.  volume of cylinders

ii. volume of cones

iii. compound shapes i.e. a cone mounted on a cylinder.

5

APPROXIMATION II

Problems using the basic arithmetic operations involving

i.  Money (ii) population

iii. Exports (iv) Imports

v.  Quantitative Reasoning involving the above.

6

READY RECKONERS

i. Obtaining squares and square root of given numbers from tables.

ii. Interpreting and using tables and schedules

iii. Multiplying and dividing directed numbers.

7

STATISTICS

i.  Data presentation in ordered form

ii. Frequency tables

iii.  Pie chart

8

PROBABILITY

i. Examples which illustrate the occurrence of chance events in everyday life.

ii. Determining the probability of certain events.

iii. Application of probability in everyday life.

9

SIMPLE PROPORTION

i.  Director proportion

ii. Inverse proportion

10

CONSTRUCTION

i. Construction of angles 90o and 45o etc.

ii. Bisection of given angles.

11

CONSTRUCTION

Construction of triangles given

i.  2 sides and an included angle

ii. 2 angles and a side between them

iii. All the 3 sides.

12

Revision

13

Examinations

Mathematics Lesson Note for JSS2 Third Term

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Wrapping Up

In summary, our comprehensive scheme of work for Junior Secondary School Year 2 (JSS2) Mathematics offers a structured approach to advancing students’ mathematical knowledge. With a focus on building upon foundational concepts while introducing new topics, our curriculum provides JSS2 students with the tools they need to tackle more complex mathematical problems.

Learn more about our junior secondary school lesson notes from here. Don’t forget that by following our meticulously planned lessons, educators can empower their students to excel in mathematics, laying the groundwork for future academic success and fostering a lifelong love of learning.

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