MATHEMATICS FIRST TERM JSS TWO

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ACTIVITIES
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.
Students:
a.   
Write and read large
numbers
b.   
Write numbers using
mixture of digits and words
c.   
Read newspaper articles
involving large numbers.
Instructional Resources:
Flash cards, chart showing place values of
digits of a given large and small number.
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
Students:
a. Express whole numbers in standard form
b. Express decimal fractions in standard
form
c. Change numbers given in standard form to
ordinary form.
Instructional Resources:
Cut-out of newspaper articles involving
large and small numbers written in 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
Students:
a.   
Round off numbers to
required degree of accuracy.
b.   
Round off numbers to 1
d.p, 2 d.p, 3 d.p.
c.   
Round off numbers to
significant figures.
Instructional Resources:
Rounding 
off number chart.
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.
Students:
i. 
Express numbers as product of prime factors.
ii. Find prime factors of numbers
iii. 
Find the H.C.F of a set of given whole numbers.
Instructional Resources:
Multiplication tables/chart.
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.
Students:
a.   
Write common multiples
of given numbers
b.   
Identify perfect
squares
c.   
Find square roots of
perfect squares by factor method
Instructional Resources:
Multiplication tables/charts, squares and
square root tables.
6
DIRECTED NUMBERS
i. 
Addition and subtraction of directed numbers.
ii. Multiplication and division of directed
numbers
iii. Simplifying expression with directed
numbers.
Students:
i. 
Add 2 or more directed numbers
ii. Multiply and divide directed numbers.
iii. Apply the sign rule in simplifying
expressions with directed numbers.
Instructional Resources:
i. Multiplication and division charts
ii. a chart showing multiplication and
division of signs (sign rules).
7
INVERSE IDENTITY
i. 
Additive inverse
ii. Multiplicative inverse
iii. 
Use of inverse operation solving simple equations.
Students:
a. Obtain the additive inverse and
multiplicative inverse of given numbers
b. Solve simple equations by performing
inverse operations.
Instructional Resources:
Chart showing inverse operations.
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
Students:
Solve simple equations to obtain the
unknown.
Instructional Resources:
Chart showing inverse operations
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.
Students:
a.   
Identify the X and Y
axis
b.   
Draw the Cartesian
plane
c.   
Plot given pints
d.   
Join plotted points to
form shapes.
Instructional Resources:
Graph board, mathematical set.
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.
Students:
a.   
Solve an inequality
b.   
Represent an inequality
using a number line
c.   
Show the region of
solution for a given inequality.
Instructional Resources:
Flash cards showing some inequalities.
11
EVERYDAY ARITHMETIC
i. 
Percentage and ratio
ii. Conversion of fractions to ratio,
decimals, percentages.
iii. 
Quantitative Reasoning on fractions, ratios and percentages.
Students:
a.   
Convert fractions to
ratio
b.   
Convert fractions to
decimals and vice-serva
c.   
Convert fractions to
percentages
d.   
Convert percentages to
fractions.
Instructional Resources:
Multiplication/Division charts.
12
EVERYDAY ARITHMETIC (TRANSACTION IN HOMES AND OFFICES)
i. 
Profit  and loss
ii. Simple interest
iii. 
Discount
iv. 
Commission
Students:
a.   
Compute loss or
gain/profit for transactions made.
b.   
Calculate simple
interest given principal, time and rate.
Instructional Resources:
Collection of objects with price tag.
Create a mini shop.
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Revision
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Examinations

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