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## Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS 1 First Term

 WEEK TOPIC / CONTENT 1 WHOLE NUMBERi.  Count and write in million, billions and trillionsii. Apply the counting, writing and reading of large numbers in everyday life.iii. Roman system of counting. 2 EXERCISE IN FOUR BASIC OPERATIONSi.  Additionii. Subtractioniii.Multiplicationiv. Division with the use of place value. 3 FRACTIONSi.  Meaning and identification of fractionsii. Reduction of fractions to lowest term.iii.  Equivalent fractions, meaning and productioniv. Arrange given fraction either in ascending or descending order. 4 FRACTIONI CONTINUESi.  Convert fractions to decimal, decimals to fractionsii. Convert fractions to percentages, percentages to fractions. 5 DECIMAL FRACTIONSi. Meaning of decimal fractionsii. Relationship between fractions and decimals. 6 FACTORS AND MULTIPLESi.  Prime numbers and prime factorsii. Index forms and common factorsiii.  HCFiv.  LCM 7 ESTIMATIONi. Estimate the dimensions and distance within the school.ii. Estimate the objectsiii. Statistics of people e.g. heightiv. Solve problems on quantitative reasoning in estimation. 8 RANGE OF COST OF VARIOUS ARTICLESi.  Estimation of prices of every day articlesii. Relationship of estimated prices to real prices of the articles. 9 NUMBER BASE 2i.  Counting in base 2ii. Addition and subtraction of numbers I base 2 numbers.iii. Subtraction of numbers in base 2 numbers. 10 NUMBER BASE CONTINUESi.  Multiplication of numbers in base 2 numeralsii. Quantitative reasoning involving problems related to conversion and applications of numbers in base 2 numbers.iii. Convert base 10 numerals to binary numbers. 11 PERCENTAGESi.  Changing percentages to decimalsii. Relationship of estimated prices to real prices of the articles. 12 PERCENTAGE CONTINUESi. Changing percentages to decimalsii. Changing decimals to percentages. 13 Revision 14 Examinations

## Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS 1 Second Term

 WEEK TOPIC / CONTENT 1 APPROXIMATIONi.  Obtaining approximate values for calculation involving four basic arithmetic processes (operations)ii. Rounding off of numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000.iii. Quantitative reasoning involving approximation. 2 OPEN SENTENCESi.  Use of letters to represent numbersii. Distinguishing between open and closed sentencesiii.  Supplying the missing numbers in open sentences from a set of given permissible substitutes. 3 SIMPLIFYING   ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONi.  Identifying the coefficient of symbols or lettersii. Distinguishing algebraic expression from  non-algebraic expression. 4 SIMPLIFYING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION CONTINUESi.  Basic operation of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of algebraic symbols and termsii. Collection of like terms. 5 WORD PROBLEMSi. Formation of word problems (simple cases)ii. word problems involving use of symbolsiii. Quantitative reasoning involving algebraic expressions. 6 SIMPLE EQUATION IN ONE VARIABLEi.  Identifying simple equation in one variableii. Examples of three types of equality i.e. Absolute, Referential and Conditional equality. 7 DIRECTED NUMBERSi.  Addition and subtraction of numbers using number lineii. Use of number line. 8 BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME COMMON THREE DIMENSIONAL FIGURESBasic properties of cubes, cuboids, pyramids, cylinders, e.g. faces, vertices and edges. 9 BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME THREE DIMENSIONAL CONTINUESi.  Sphereii. Coneiii. Triangular prism e.g. faces, vertices and edges. 10 PROPERTIES OF FIGURESi.  Rectanglesii. Squareiii.  Isosceles trianglesiv.  Equilateral trianglesv.  Circles 11 Revision 12 Examinations

## Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS 1 Third Term

 WEEK TOPIC / CONTENT 1 APPROXIMATIONi.  Obtaining approximate values for calculation involving four basic arithmetic processes (operations)ii. Rounding off of numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000.iii. Quantitative reasoning involving approximation. 2 OPEN SENTENCESi.  Use of letters to represent numbersii. Distinguishing between open and closed sentencesiii.  Supplying the missing numbers in open sentences from a set of given permissible substitutes. 3 SIMPLIFYING   ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONi.  Identifying the coefficient of symbols or lettersii. Distinguishing algebraic expression from  non-algebraic expression. 4 SIMPLIFYING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION CONTINUESi.  Basic operation of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of algebraic symbols and termsii. Collection of like terms. 5 WORD PROBLEMSi. Formation of word problems (simple cases)ii. word problems involving use of symbolsiii. Quantitative reasoning involving algebraic expressions. 6 SIMPLE EQUATION IN ONE VARIABLEi.  Identifying simple equation in one variableii. Examples of three types of equality i.e. Absolute, Referential and Conditional equality. 7 DIRECTED NUMBERSi.  Addition and subtraction of numbers using number lineii. Use of number line. 8 BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME COMMON THREE DIMENSIONAL FIGURESBasic properties of cubes, cuboids, pyramids, cylinders, e.g. faces, vertices and edges. 9 BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME THREE DIMENSIONAL CONTINUESi.  Sphereii. Coneiii. Triangular prism e.g. faces, vertices and edges. 10 PROPERTIES OF FIGURESi.  Rectanglesii. Squareiii.  Isosceles trianglesiv.  Equilateral trianglesv.  Circles 11 Revision 12 Examinations