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JSS2 First Term Agricultural Science Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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JSS2 First Term Agricultural Science Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Week 1: Introduction to Agricultural Science


Overview of Agricultural Science

Importance of Agriculture

Basic farming practices

Week 2: Soil and Soil Management


Components of soil

Soil conservation methods

Soil fertility and nutrients

Week 3: Crop Production I – Types of Crops


Classification of crops

Major food and cash crops

Factors influencing crop selection

Week 4: Crop Production II – Crop Husbandry


Planting techniques

Crop spacing and intercropping

Weed control and pest management

Week 5: Animal Husbandry I – Livestock Farming


Types of livestock

Animal housing and care

Importance of livestock in agriculture

Week 6: Animal Husbandry II – Poultry Farming


Poultry breeds

Housing and management

Disease prevention in poultry

Week 7: Agricultural Tools and Equipment


Identification and uses of farm tools

Proper handling and maintenance

Safety precautions in tool usage

Week 8: Agro-Allied Industries


Processing of agricultural products

Importance of agro-allied industries

Career opportunities in agriculture

Week 9: Agricultural Marketing


Marketing principles in agriculture

Farm produce transportation

Role of government in agricultural marketing

Week 10: Environmental Impact of Agriculture


Sustainable agricultural practices

Effects of agriculture on the environment

Conservation measures

Week 11: Revision Week


Review of key concepts

Practice exercises and discussions

Week 12: Examination Week


Written and practical exams

Evaluation of students’ understanding

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Recap of the term’s lessons

Distribution of report cards

End-of-term activities and farewell

Note: This lesson plan is a general guide and should be adjusted based on the specific curriculum and requirements of the school. Teachers are encouraged to incorporate interactive and engaging activities to enhance students’ learning experience.

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