## Jss2 Mathematics Scheme of Work for First, Second, and Third Term

Below is a sample scheme of work for JSS2 (Junior Secondary School 2) Mathematics, covering the first, second, and third terms.

Please note that this is a general outline and can be adjusted based on your specific curriculum and school requirements.

JSS2 Mathematics Scheme of Work

### First Term:

**Week 1: Whole Numbers**

• Place value and face value

• Addition and subtraction of whole numbers

• Multiplication and division of whole numbers

• Word problems involving whole numbers

**Week 2: Factors and Multiples**

• Factors and multiples

• Prime and composite numbers

• Finding common factors and multiples

Prime factorization

**Week 3: Fractions**

• Introduction to fractions

• Types of fractions: proper, improper, and mixed fractions

• Equivalent fractions

• Addition and subtraction of fractions

**Week 4: Decimals**

• Introduction to decimals

• Decimal place value

• Addition and subtraction of decimals

Word problems involving decimals

**Week 5: Ratio and Proportion**

• Introduction to ratio and proportion

• Simplifying ratios

• Solving proportion problems

• Direct and inverse proportion

**Week 6: Percentages**

• Introduction to percentages

• Converting between fractions, decimals, and percentages

• Finding percentages of quantities

Percentage increase and decrease

**Week 7: Geometry**

• Introduction to Geometry

• Lines, line segments, and rays

• Types of angles and their properties

• Properties of triangles and quadrilaterals

**Week 8: Measurement**

• Units of measurement (length, weight, capacity)

• Conversions between units

• Perimeter and area of squares and rectangles

• Volume of cubes and cuboids

• Revision

• Examination

### Second Term:

**Week 1: Algebraic Expressions**

• Introduction to algebra

• Variables, constants, and coefficients

• Simplifying algebraic expressions

• Evaluating expressions

**Week 2: Linear Equations**

• Solving linear equations

• Word problems involving linear equations

• Formulating equations from word problems

• Applications of linear equations

**Week 3: Angles and Triangles**

• Properties of angles in triangles

• Classifying triangles based on angles and sides

• Constructing triangles

• Pythagorean theorem and its applications

**Week 4: Data Handling**

• Collecting and organizing data

• Representing data using bar graphs, line graphs, and pie charts

• Measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode)

• Probability and basic counting principles

**Week 5: Mensuration**

• Perimeter and area of triangles

• Perimeter and area of circles

• Circumference and area of circles

• Surface area and volume of prisms

**Week 6: Statistics**

• Introduction to statistics

• Frequency distributions

• Range, variance, and standard deviation

• Interpreting and analyzing data

**Week 7: Transformations**

• Reflection, translation, and rotation

• Symmetry and tessellation

• Enlargement and reduction

• Applications of transformations

**Week 8: Financial Mathematics**

• Simple interest and compound interest

• Profit and loss

• Budgeting and financial planning

• Personal finance management

• Revision and Examination

### Third Term:

**Week 1: Indices and Surds**

• Introduction to indices and exponents

• Laws of indices

• Simplifying expressions with indices

• Introduction to surds

**Week 2: Quadrilaterals**

• Properties of parallelograms and trapezoids

• Rhombuses and kites

• Diagonals of quadrilaterals

• Properties of polygons

**Week 3: Simultaneous Equations**

• Solving simultaneous equations by the method of substitution

• Solving simultaneous equations by the method of elimination

• Word problems involving simultaneous equations

**Week 4: Functions**

• Introduction to functions

• Function notation

• Evaluating and representing functions

• Applications of functions

**Week 5: Probability**

• Experimental and theoretical probability

• Compound events and probability

• Probability of independent and dependent events

• Tree diagrams and Venn diagrams for probability

**Week 6: Trigonometry**

• Introduction to trigonometry

• Trigonometric ratios (sine, cosine, tangent)

• Using trigonometric ratios to solve problems

• Applications of trigonometry in real-life situations

**Week 7: Coordinate Geometry**

• Cartesian coordinate system

• Plotting points on a coordinate plane

• Distance and midpoint formula

• Slope and equations of lines

**Week 8: Review and Assessment**

• Comprehensive review of all topics covered during the term

• Practice exercises and problem-solving

• Examination

### Conclusion

The jss2 Mathematics scheme of work for the first, second, and third terms provided in this article is a general outline and is arranged based on the government-approved scheme of work for junior secondary school (JSS).

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