Embarking on the journey of mathematical understanding in Junior Secondary School can be both exciting and challenging. Our comprehensive mathematics scheme of work for JSS3Â is tailor-made to guide students through foundational concepts with clarity and ease.
Developed by experienced educators, our scheme covers a wide range of topics relevant to the JSS1 curriculum. Each lesson is meticulously planned to engage students and foster a deep understanding of mathematical principles. You can learn more about junior secondary school lesson notes.
So for those who ‘re exploring basic arithmetic, geometry, or algebra, our scheme of work provides a structured path towards mastering mathematics at the JSS1 level.
Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS3 First Term
WEEK |
TOPIC / CONTENT Â |
1 |
BINARY NUMBERS
i.Â Addition and subtraction of binary numbers ii. Multiplication and division of binary numbers iii. Solving Quantitative Reasoning problems on binary numbers. |
2 |
BINARY NUMBERS CONT.
i. Conversion from base ten to binary ii. Conversion from binary to other bases. iii. Applying binary numbers as two way classification system using punch card. iv. Using computer to do simple mathematical calculations. Â |
3 |
DIRECT AND INVERSE PROPORTION
i.Â Direct proportion ii. Indirect proportion iii. Apply direct and inverse proportions to practical problems. |
4 |
RATIONAL AND NON-RATIONAL NUMBERS
i. Identifying rational and non-rational numbers. ii. Determining the approximate value of some non-rational numbers. iii. Determining the approximate value of pi. iv. Finding reciprocals. Â Â |
5 |
PLANE FIGURES
Problems in measuration involving: i.Â Area of triangles ii. Area of parallelograms iii.Â Area of trapezium iv.Â Area of circles and sectors v. Word problems involving area. Â |
6 |
FACTORIZATION OR ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION
Factorization of expressions of the form: i.Â ax+ay ii. 3m+pq+3p+mq iii. a^{2}Â â€“ b^{2} iv.Â a^{2}Â â€“ 2ab + b^{2} v. Word problems involving factorization. Â |
7 |
EQUATIONS INVOLVING FRACTIONS
i. Solving simple equations involving fractions. ii. Word problems leading to simple equation involving fractions iii. Simplifying expressions involving brackets. |
8 |
SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS
i.Â Solution of simultaneous equations by substitution method ii. Solution by elimination method iii. Applying substitution and elimination method of solving simultaneous equations to real life activities. Â |
9 |
GRAPHICAL SOLUTION OF SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS
i.Â Compiling table of values for simultaneous linear equations. ii. Solving problems involving simultaneous linear equations in 2 variables graphically. |
10 |
VARIATION
i.Â Definition of variation ii. Direct variation y=kx iii.Â Inverse variation y= k/x |
11 |
VARIATION
i.Â Partial variation y=kx+c ii. Joint variation y = kpq, where k is a constant. Â |
12 |
WORD PROBLEMS
i. Translate word problems into numerical expression ii. Interpreting and solving given word problems. |
13 |
Revision |
14 |
Examinations |
Mathematics Lesson Note for JSS3 First Term
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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS3 Second Term
WEEK |
TOPIC / CONTENT |
1 |
CHANGE OF SUBJECT OF FORMULA
i. Changing subject in a formula ii. Simplifying expression by substituting in formula. |
2 |
COMPOUND INTEREST
i.Â Revision of simple interest ii. Solving problems on compound interest iii.Â Applying the use of compound interest in daily life activities. Â |
3 |
VIEWS, PLANS AND SKETCHES
Drawing views and plans of common solids i.Â cube and cuboids ii. cone iii.Â cylinder iv.Â sphere v.Â prism Â |
4 |
PROBABILITY
i.Â Define probability ii. Use probability to estimate the outcomes of real-life problems involving chance. iii.Â Express probability as a fraction iv. Determine the probability of events such as throwing a die, picking a ball from a bag etc. Â |
5 |
SIMILAR SHAPES
a.Â Identify similar figures : i. Triangles (ii) Rectangles iii. Squares, (iv) Cubes v. Cuboids. b. Identify the presence of similar shapes in the environment. Â |
6 |
ENLARGEMENT AND SCALE FACTOR
i.Â Meaning of enlargement and scale factor ii. enlargement shapes using scale factor iii. Calculating and comparing lengths areas and volumes of similar figures iv.Â Quantitative Reasoning involving similar shapes. Â |
7 |
TRIGONOMETRY
i.Â Identify sine, cosine and tangent of an acute angle as ratios of sides of a right-angled triangle. ii. using trigonometric ratio to solve practical problems iii.Â applying trigonometric ratios to solve word problems. Â |
8 |
SOLID SHAPES
Â Problems in measuration involving: i. volume of cylinders, cones ii. surface areas of cylinderÂ and cones. |
9 |
CONSTRUCTION
i.Â Bisecting of line segments ii. Bisecting of angles iii.Â Constructing simple shapes |
10 |
CONSTRUCTION
i.Â construction of angles of various sizes 90^{o}, 60^{o}, 45^{o}, 30^{o} ii. copying a given angle iii. Constructing simple shapes. |
11 |
Revision |
12 |
Examinations |
Mathematics Lesson Note for JSS3 Second Term
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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS3 Third Term
WEEK |
TOPIC / CONTENT |
1 |
STATISTICS
i.Â Calculating mean of a given data from raw scores ii. Obtaining median iii. finding mode iv. Finding the range of any given date v. Calculating mean and median from frequency table. Â |
2 |
STATISTICS (DATA PRESENTATION)
i.Â Frequency table ii. Pictograms iii.Â Ordering or ranking data iv.Â Representing and interpreting data on a bar chart v. Representing and interpreting data on a pie chart. Â |
3 |
VARIATION
Revision of problem solving involving: i.Â direct (ii) inverse (iii) joint iv. partial variation. |
4 |
APPROXIMATION
Revision of approximation of numbers to: i.Â decimal place ii. significant figures iii. required degree of accuracy Â |
5 |
FRACTIONS (Revision)
i.Â Addition and subtraction of fractions ii. Multiplication and division of fractions. iii. use of order of operations in simplifying expressions with fractions. iv.Â Simplifying algebraic fractions with monomial denominators. Â |
6 |
RIGHT-ANGLED TRIANGLES
i.Â Use of Pythagoras rule in finding missing sides of triangles. ii. Pythagoras triples iii.ÂFinding trigonometric ratios of sine, cosine, and tangent using sides of right angled triangles. Â |
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Revision and |
Mathematics Lesson Note for JSS3 Third Term
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Wrapping Up
In summary, our meticulously designed scheme of work for Junior Secondary School Year 3 (JSS3) Mathematics offers a comprehensive roadmap for students to navigate the complexities of advanced mathematical concepts. Through engaging lessons, detailed explanations, and targeted practice, our curriculum ensures that JSS3 students develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills necessary for success in higher education and beyond.
By investing in our scheme of work, educators can prepare their students to confidently tackle any mathematical challenge they encounter, empowering them to thrive academically and achieve their full potential. Checkout mathematics scheme of work for jss2.