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JSS2 Second Term Basic Science Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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JSS2 Second Term Basic Science Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

 

Basic Science: JSS2 Second Term Adventure

Welcome back to another term of fascinating discoveries in Basic Science for Junior Secondary School 2! As we embark on the second term, our journey continues to unravel the wonders of the natural world. Let’s delve into the week-by-week breakdown, complete with engaging activities to deepen our understanding of the subject.

 

Week 1: Introduction to Biology

Objective: Familiarize students with the study of living organisms (Biology).

Activities: Class discussions on the branches of biology, introductory experiments with microscopes, and a group project on the importance of studying living organisms.

Week 2: Cell Structure and Function

Objective: Explore the basic unit of life – the cell.

Activities: Microscopic observations of plant and animal cells, class demonstrations on cell functions, and a creative project modeling a cell.

Week 3: Plant and Animal Kingdoms

Objective: Classify plants and animals into kingdoms.

Activities: Field trip to a botanical garden or zoo, group discussions on classification criteria, and a project on creating a kingdom classification chart.

Week 4: Ecology and Ecosystems

Objective: Understand the interrelationships in ecosystems.

Activities: Classroom discussions on food chains and webs, hands-on experiments on ecological balance, and a group project on designing a sustainable ecosystem.

Week 5: Photosynthesis and Respiration

Objective: Study the processes that sustain life in plants and animals.

Activities: Experiments on photosynthesis and respiration, class discussions on energy transfer, and a group project on the role of these processes in the environment.

Week 6: Matter and Its Changes (Chemistry)

Objective: Explore changes in matter through chemical processes.

Activities: Chemical reactions demonstrations, class discussions on physical and chemical changes, and a group project on practical applications of chemical changes.

Week 7: Force and Pressure

Objective: Expand on the principles of forces and introduce the concept of pressure.

Activities: Experiments on pressure, class demonstrations on applications of force and pressure, and a group project on pressure-related inventions.

Week 8: Light and Sound

Objective: Investigate the properties of light and sound.

Activities: Experiments on reflection and refraction, class discussions on the nature of sound, and a group project on creating a model demonstrating light and sound waves.

Week 9: Heat Energy

Objective: Explore the transfer of heat energy.

Activities: Hands-on experiments on conduction, convection, and radiation, class discussions on heat sources, and a group project on designing energy-efficient solutions.

Week 10: Reproduction in Plants and Animals

Objective: Dive deeper into the reproductive processes of both plants and animals.

Activities: Botanical garden visit, hands-on experiments on plant reproduction, and a creative project on animal life cycles.

Week 11: Revision Week

Objective: Reinforce key concepts learned in previous weeks.

Activities: Revision quizzes, group study sessions, and interactive games to solidify understanding.

Week 12: Examination Week

Objective: Assess students’ understanding through a comprehensive examination.

Activities: Formal written exams covering all topics discussed during the term.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week

Objective: Conclude the term and prepare for the upcoming break.

Activities: Farewell assembly, distribution of report cards, and a reflection session on the term’s achievements and challenges.

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