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Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS1 Third Term Mathematics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 Third Term Mathematics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Third Term Mathematics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Week 1: Introduction to Geometry – Three-Dimensional Shapes


Lesson Note:


Explore properties and names of three-dimensional shapes.

Introduce volume and surface area of three-dimensional objects.

Conduct hands-on activities on visualizing and manipulating 3D shapes.



Drawing and labeling three-dimensional shapes.

Measurement tasks involving volume and surface area.

Week 2: Financial Mathematics – Simple and Compound Interest


Lesson Note:


Define simple and compound interest.

Teach formulas for calculating interest.

Engage in real-world scenarios involving financial calculations.



Interest calculation exercises.

Application of interest concepts to practical situations.

Week 3: Matrices and Determinants


Lesson Note:


Introduce matrices and determinants.

Teach basic matrix operations.

Explore applications of matrices in solving linear systems.



Matrix multiplication and addition exercises.

Solving linear systems using matrices.

Week 4: Rational Expressions and Equations


Lesson Note:


Define rational expressions and equations.

Teach simplifying and solving rational expressions.

Engage in real-world problem-solving involving rational expressions.



Simplification and solution exercises.

Application of rational expressions to practical scenarios.

Week 5: Probability – Permutations and Combinations


Lesson Note:


Introduce permutations and combinations.

Teach students to calculate permutations and combinations.

Real-world applications of permutations and combinations.



Permutations and combinations exercises.

Group activities on practical applications.

Week 6: Advanced Trigonometry – Trigonometric Identities


Lesson Note:


Explore trigonometric identities.

Teach students to prove and apply trigonometric identities.

Real-world scenarios involving trigonometric identities.



Identity proving exercises.

Application of trigonometric identities to problem-solving.

Week 7: Differentiation and Integration


Lesson Note:


Introduce basic concepts of differentiation and integration.

Teach differentiation and integration rules.

Applications of differentiation and integration in real-life situations.



Differentiation and integration exercises.

Problem-solving tasks using differentiation and integration.

Week 8: Coordinate Geometry – Advanced Concepts


Lesson Note:


Explore advanced concepts in coordinate geometry.

Teach the equation of circles, parabolas, and ellipses.

Engage in graphing and analyzing these shapes on the coordinate plane.



Drawing and analyzing circles, parabolas, and ellipses.

Graphical representation of advanced coordinate geometry concepts.

Week 9: Review and Mid-Term Assessment


Lesson Note:


Conduct a comprehensive review of topics covered.

Administer mid-term assessment to evaluate understanding.

Provide feedback and address any misconceptions.



Review worksheets and group discussions.

Mid-term assessment.

Week 10: Vectors and Vector Applications


Lesson Note:


Introduce vectors and basic vector operations.

Teach vector applications in physics and geometry.

Engage in practical exercises involving vectors.



Vector addition and subtraction exercises.

Application of vectors to real-world scenarios.

Week 11: Revision Week


Lesson Note:


Review key concepts from previous weeks.

Clarify doubts and answer questions.

Provide additional practice materials.



Interactive revision sessions.

Group discussions on challenging topics.

Week 12: Examination Week


Lesson Note:


Administer end-of-term examination.

Ensure a conducive environment for assessments.

Collect and evaluate examination scripts.



Examination preparations and procedures.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Lesson Note:


Conduct final discussions and reflections.

Provide feedback on the term’s performance.

Distribute report

cards and certificates.



End-of-term celebrations and acknowledgments.

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