Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

Jss3 First Term Mathematics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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Jss3 First Term Mathematics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

JSS3 First Term Mathematics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

Week 1: Introduction to Algebra

Lesson Note:

Definition of Algebra

Basic algebraic expressions

Solving simple equations


Group discussions on real-life applications of algebra

Solving practical problems using basic algebraic expressions

Week 2: Geometry – Lines and Angles

Lesson Note:

Understanding types of angles

Properties of parallel lines

Interior and exterior angles in polygons


Drawing and measuring angles in the classroom

Identifying angles in real-world objects and shapes

Week 3: Number Patterns and Sequences

Lesson Note:

Recognizing and continuing number patterns

Introduction to arithmetic and geometric sequences


Creating patterns and sequences with classmates

Solving problems involving sequences

Week 4: Introduction to Statistics

Lesson Note:

Collecting and organizing data

Measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode)


Conducting surveys within the school

Analyzing and presenting collected data

Week 5: Fractions and Decimals

Lesson Note:

Simplifying fractions

Operations with fractions and decimals


Fraction and decimal games to reinforce learning

Real-life scenarios involving fractions and decimals

Week 6: Ratio and Proportion

Lesson Note:

Understanding ratios

Solving problems involving proportions


Practical exercises with real-world examples

Group projects on ratio and proportion

Week 7: Introduction to Trigonometry

Lesson Note:

Basic trigonometric ratios (sine, cosine, tangent)

Solving right-angled triangles


Trigonometry experiments using simple tools

Outdoor activities to measure angles and distances

Week 8: Review and Assessment

Lesson Note:

Comprehensive review of topics covered

Assessment to evaluate understanding


Group discussions to clarify doubts

Individual and group assessments


Ensure to integrate technology, practical demonstrations, and real-life applications into lessons.

Encourage student participation and collaboration during activities.

Regularly assess and provide feedback to enhance learning.

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