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COMMERCE

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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COMMUNICATIONS

  • Trace the development of communication.

  • Nigerian traditional means of communication-; gongs, drums etc

Teacher leads discussion on traditional means of communication.

Students participate and give examples.



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COMMUNICATIONS

  • NIPOST-; meaning and functions

  • NITEL-; meaning and functions

  • SATELLITE-; meaning, Nigerian SAT1 and 2, GSM, voice mail, pictures.

Teacher leads discussion on telecommunication and telephone services.

Students ask questions on satellite, computer and G.S.M



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COMMUNICATIONS

  • Courier services and its functions.

  • Compare courier services with the post office services.

  • Computer appreciations;- Microsoft wares, opening documents, storage of documents.

  • Computer appreciation; types and print out documents.

Teacher leads discussion on telecommunication and telephone services.

Students ask questions on satellite, computer and G.S.M



4

COMMUNICATIONS

  • Computer appreciation-; internet (www.com/you tube), facebook, twitter.

  • E-mail;- meaning, opening e-mail account.

  • E-mail sending and receiving/documents.

Teacher visits the school computer room with the students.

Students manipulate computer in the computer room.



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ADVERTISING

  • Meaning of advertising, roles/importance.

  • Types of advertising; persuasive, informative and competitive, mass and specific.

  • Methods of advertising-; direct and indirect.

  • Media of advertising, cenima, window dislay, catalogues, hoarding, etc

Teacher guides the learners to identify each of the advertising media, conducts mock advertising.

Students dramatize the method of advertising in business.

Resources; pictures, radio, TV, newspaper etc


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ADVERTISING CONTD

  • Advertising media contd (advantages and disadvantages)

  • Media od advertising- electronics (TV, radio, internet), advantages and disadvantages.

Teacher guides the learners to identify each of the advertising media, conducts mock advertising.

Students dramatize the method of advertising in business.

Resources; pictures, radio, TV, newspaper etc


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ADVERTISING CONTD

  • Merits and demerits of advertising

  • Consumer protection in advertising

  • Factora affecting choices of advertising.

  • Appraise the praise of advertising in business.

Teacher guides the learners to identify each of the advertising media, conducts mock advertising.

Students dramatize the method of advertising in business.

Resources; pictures, radio, TV, newspaper etc


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TOURISM

  • Meaning/definition of tourism and tourist, forms, advantages and disadvantages of tourism.

  • Tourist centres in Nigeria;- Obudu cattle ranch, parks and zoos etc

Teacher leads discussion on tourism, organize visit to tourist centres.

Students participate in class discussion.

Resources; pictures, journals, video clips.


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INSURANCE

  • Insurance- definition and history of insurance in Nigeria.

  • Basic principles; utmost good faith, insurable interest, subvogation etc

  • Types of insurance; life assurance-; whole life insurance and endowment insurance.

Teacher explains insurance and leads discussion on types of risks.

Students write notes on basic principles of insurance.

Resources; charts, pictures, posters etc.


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INSURANCE CONTD

  • Non-life insurance;- motor vehicle, fire, fidelity, burglary/robbery/theft.

  • Accident, consequential loss insurance.

  • Marine insurance; meaning and types e.g hull, cargo, ship owner liability and freight insurance.

Teacher explains insurance and leads discussion on types of risks.

Students write notes on basic principles of insurance.

Resources; charts, pictures, posters etc.


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INSURANCE CONTD

  • Marine insurance policies e.g time, voyage, policies, valued and unvalued policy.

  • Marine losses; total loss, actual total loss, constructive total loss, partial loss; general and particular average losses.

  • Underwriting, re-insurance co-operative of Nigeria.

Teacher explains insurance and leads discussion on types of risks.

Students write notes on basic principles of insurance.

Resources; charts, pictures, posters etc.


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INSURANCE CONTD

  • Types of risks; fundamental and partial risks.

  • Procedures for insurance contract, inquiry, proposal form, premium, cover notes etc

  • Role of insurance broker and agents.

  • Importance of insurance to business.

Teacher explains insurance and leads discussion on types of risks.

Students write notes on basic principles of insurance.

Resources; charts, pictures, posters etc.


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Revision

Revision

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Examination

Examination

COMMERCE

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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BANKING

  • Meaning, origin and types.

  • Commercial bank, functions, loan and overdraft.

  • Types of bank account, saving and fixed deposit.

Teacher leads discussion on types of banks.

Students role play the banking activities and participate actively in class discussion.

Resources; cheque booklets, teller, A.T.M cards.


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TYPES OF BANK ACCOUNT

  • Current accounts- meaning, procedures for opening a current, factors to be considered before granting a loan by the bank manager.

  • Cheque; definition, parties to a cheque, problems involved in the use of a cheque.

  • Types of cheque; order, open, bearer and crossed cheque.

Teacher leads discussion on types of banks.

Students role play the banking activities and participate actively in class discussion.

Resources; cheque booklets, teller, A.T.M cards.


3

FORMS OF CHEQUE

  • Stable cheque, post dated, certified, bounced, dishonoured cheque.

  • Crossed cheque- general and special crossing.

  • Reasons for dishonouring cheques.

Teacher leads discussion on types of banks.

Students role play the banking activities and participate actively in class discussion.

Resources; cheque booklets, teller, A.T.M cards.


4

PAYMENTS

  • Automated teller machine card, western union, money gram.

  • Computer and the bank, e- banking.

Teacher organizes a visit to any ATM and explains in detail how the machine operates.

Students identify the benefit of ATM



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CENTRAL BANKING

  • Meaning, origin and functions of central bank.

  • How central bank controls commercial banks, clearing houses.

  • Roles of central bank in economic development of West Africa.

  • Distinguish between central bank and commercial bank.

Teacher organizes a visit to any ATM and explains in detail how the machine operates.

Students identify the benefit of ATM



6

SPECIALIZED BANKS

  • Developed banks, merchant bank, meaning and functions.

  • Mortgage bank, meaning and functions.

  • Building societies; meaning and functions.

  • Universal banks; meaning and functions.

Teacher organizes a visit to any ATM and explains in detail how the machine operates.

Students identify the benefit of ATM



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WAREHOUSING

  • Meaning and types.

  • Importance and functions.

  • List the advantages and disadvantages of warehousing.

Teacher leads discussion on the meaning and importance of warehousing in business.

Students fully participate in the discussion.

Resources; pictures, diagrams, and charts.


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CAPITAL

  • Meaning, economist, accountants, and layman concept.

  • Types of capital; authorized/registered/ nominal, issued, called-up, capital owned etc

  • Working capital

Teacher leads the students to examine annual reports of companies to identify various types of capital.

Teacher also works examples on the board.

Students should calculate working capital.

Resources; annual reports.



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CREDIT

  • Meaning, basis for credit sales, advantages and disadvantages.

  • Types; mortgage, loan, overdraft, credit deferred payment, finance houses/leasing etc.

  • Hire purchase; meaning, features, characteristics, advantages and disadvantages to the seller and the buyer.

Teacher invites a local business man/ farmer/trader, who can narrate how credit has helped or ruined his business, collect newspaper cuttings of finance houses, describes credit instruments.

Students should listen and ask questions.

Resources; newspaper cuttings of finance houses, hire purchase agreement.


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CREDIT CONTD

  • Differences between hire purchase and deferred payment, and their similarities.

  • Functions of credit to the wholesaler and retailer.

  • Credit instrument; bill of exchange, promissory note, letter of credit, debentures, vouchers etc.

Teacher invites a local business man/ farmer/trader, who can narrate how credit has helped or ruined his business, collect newspaper cuttings of finance houses, describe credit instruments.

Students should listen and ask questions.



Resources; newspaper cuttings of finance houses, hire purchase agreement.

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Revision

Revision

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Examination

Examination

LITERATURE__SS_2_SECOND_TERM__WEEK'>LITERATURE__SS_2_FIRST_TERM__WEEK'>LITERATURE

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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Introduction to the “OTHERO” by William Shakespare

  • Background of the playwright (dramatist)

  • Background and setting of the play

  • Plot summary

  • Shakespearean language and current English on a cardboard sheet

  • Film show on “ The Tempest”

2

Reading and explanation of Act One

  • Reading and discussion of scene one

  • Reading and explanation of act one scene two

3

Reading of Act Two

  • Reading and explanation of Act Two, scene One

  • Act Two, scene Two

  • Present action of video

  • Clips on “ the Tempest”

4

Reading and explanation of Act Three

  • Reading and discussions one Act Three Scene One

  • Act Three scene Two

  • Act Three scene Three

  • A drawing of a ship on the sea, about to be shipwrecked

5

Reading Act Four of “The Tempest”

  • Reading and discussions on Act four

  • Students to do a weekend assignment by summarizing Act Four in their books.

6

Reading and explanation of Act Five

  • Discussion and reading of scene one

  • Reading and discussion on scene two

  • Teacher to lead discussions on the epilogue

7

Role-play (Drama)

  • Students to role-play the actions of maor characters

  • Role –play the actions of minor characters

  • State the relationship between the characters

  • Watch a video clip of “ The Tempest”

8

Introduction to the “NATIVE SON” by Richard Wright

  • Background of the Novelist

  • Background and setting of the Novella.

  • Plot summary/state sequence of events

  • Show cause effect relationship

9

Themes and style

  • Examine the Themes

  • Analyze the styles

  • Read out relevant portions that highlight the themes.

  • Relate the theme to actual life experience or encounters

10

Character Analysis 1

  • Examine the major characters

  • Discussion on their roles and significances

  • Examine how the characters are related.

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Character Analysis 2

  • Examine the minor characters

  • Analyze their roles and significances to the plot

  • Discuss their various relationship

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Revision

  • Revision work on “Native Son” Discussing the themes, characters and plot structure

  • Sketch picture of combat soldiers at war on a cardboard sheet

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Revision

Revision

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Examinations

Examinations

LITERATURE

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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Introduction to “FACELESS” by Amma Darko

The Themes and style

Character Analysis I

General overview of the novel-“The Faceless”

Introduction to “”the Blood of a Stranger”by Dele Charlery.

The Themes and Style

Introduction to “She stoops to Conquer” by Oliver Goldsmith

The Themes and Style

Character Analysis

Role –Play “The Blood of a Stranger and “She Stoops to Conquer”

Revision

Examinations



  • Background of the novelist

  • Background and setting of the novel

  • Plot and summary



  • Examine the themes and style

  • Analyze the themes and style

  • Relate the themes to personal life encounter

  • Show a video chip of the boys on coral Island



  • Examine the characters-major

  • Analyze the major characters- their roles and significance

  • The relationship between the major characters.



  • General discussions/Compete with other students

  • Give project/pair the students for discussions

  • Questions and answers session on the novel.



  • Background of the Play-Wright/dramatist

  • Background and setting of the play

  • Plot and summary



  • Examine the themes and style in the play.

  • Analyze the themes and style in the play

  • Relate themes to personal life encounter

  • Use the text to point out relevant sections e.g the conflict between the western culture VS African culture.



  • Background of the Play-Wright/dramatist

  • Background and setting of the play

Plot and summary

  • Examine the themes and style in the play.

  • Analyze the themes and style in the play

  • Relate themes to personal life encounter.

  • Examine the characters-major and minor

  • Analyze the characters

  • How are the characters related



  • Role-play the actions of the major characters

Revision

Examinations.




LITERATURE

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

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Introduction to “Ambush” by Gbemisola Adeoti

Introduction to “ The Dining Table” by Gbanabam Hallewell.

Introduction to “Home-less Not “Hopeless” by Sola Owonibi.

Introduction to “ The Fence” by Lenrie Peters.

Introduction to “The School Boy” by William Blake

Introduction to “Myopia” by Sly Cheney Coker.

Introduction to the “Crossing the Bar” by Alfred Tennyson

Introduction to “The Soul’s Errand” by Walter Raleigh.

Introduction to “ Upon An Honest Man’s Fortune”

General Overview of the Poems

Revision

Examination



Examination

  • Background and setting of the poet/poem

  • Background of the poem-subject-matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of Imagery/symbolism

  • A cardboard / print out picture of someone ambushed.



  • Background and setting of the poet/poem

  • Background of the poem-subject-matter/summary

  • Effective use of poeti devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • A cardboard/print out picture of a dining table.



  • Background and setting of the poet/poem

  • Background of poem subject matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Technique

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • A scenery/picture of beggars or people e.g under the bridge



  • Background and setting of the poet/poem

  • Background of the poem-subject matter/summary

  • Effective use poetic devices/techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • A picture of one wall(fence) of someone in a mood of indecision.

  • Background and setting of the Poet/Poem

  • Background of the Poem-subject- matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • Picture of a school boy.



  • Background and setting of the Poet/Poem

  • Background of the Poem-subject- matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • Cardboard picture of a medicated glasses/specs

  • Some things to show lack of future planning.



  • Background and setting of the Poet/Poem

  • Background of the Poem-subject- matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • Picture of the Crossing the Bar. .

  • Background and setting of the Poet/Poem

  • Background of the Poem-subject- matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • A picture of a boy on an errand



  • Background and setting of the Poet/Poem

  • Background of the Poem-subject- matter/summary

  • Effective use of poetic devices/Techniques

  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism

  • Picture of stars on the sky



  • Discussion in groups by the students of the background and setting of the poems

  • Discussion in groups by the students on the devices and images in the poems

Revision

Examination

Ezamination



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