School Curriculum, Lists of Books and Take Home Projects

KIC runs the 3yr UBE Curriculum leading to the award of JSCE Certificate and 3yr SSCE Curriculum leading to the award of WASSCE. In addition to this students are prepared for international examinations like the P-SAT; SAT, IGCSE; GCE O and A levels.

The subjects offered at the SSCE level include Mathematics, English Language, Economics, Yoruba, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Basic Electricity, Electronics, Technical Drawing, Food and Nutrition, Home Management, Music, Physical and Health Education, Commerce, Principles of Account, Government, Literature -in-English, Christian Religious Knowledge, Computer Studies; French and Agric Science.

KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN

BOOK LIST FOR BASIC 7(JS 1) 2013/2014 SESSION

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  1. New General Mathematics (50th Anniversary Edition) for Junior Secondary 1
  2. Oxford advanced Leaner Dictionary
  3. Brighter Grammar 1 and 2 P. A Ogundipe et al Longman New Edition

 

MATHEMATICS

  1. New Concept Mathematics  Learn Africa Bk 1
  2. Mathematical set

 

BASIC SCIENCE

 

  1. Basic Science (An integrated course) Junior Secondary Schools Bk 1 by F. O. C. Ndu., L. O. Olanrewaju and Femi Somoye

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

 

  1. Basics of Agricultural Science for Schools and Colleges in West Africa by Aremu Bukunola A. et. Al

 

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION

  1. Essentials of Physical & Health Education for Junior Secondary School Bk 1 by Akinseye Saint Erazus  (UBE Edition)

 

HOME ECONOMICS

 

  1. Home Economics for Junior Secondary schools 1 by Lantern books (UBE)

 

BUSINESS STUDIES

 

  1. WABP Junior Secondary business studies Bk 1 by Kate O. etal
  2. Pitman New Era shorthand Anniversary Edition.

 

CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART

 

  1. Visual Art for Junior Secondary, Bayo Okunlola
  2. Poster colour, brushes, pencils
  3. Art Workbook 1 for Junior Secondary Schools by Bayo Okunlola

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

  1. Christian Religious Education & Moral Instructions for Upper Schools in Nigeria by T. N. O. Quarcoopome etal African Universities Press: Ibadan.
  2. The Bible Revised Standard Version.

 

 

CIVIC

  1. The Basic concepts of Civic Education for Upper Levels (7-9)Junior Secondary schools  by Oladele Odanye Holad Publishers Ltd

 

 

BASIC SOCIAL STUDIES

  1.  The Basic concepts of Social Studies  by Odanye Oladele , Upper Basic (7-9) Holad Pulbishers, Ibadan.

 

YORUBA

Ijinle Ede ati Litireso Yoruba – Iwe Kinni Olu Owolabi ati Bayo Aderanti

 

LITIRESO YORUBA

  1. Ebi Taa Ni? Bamidele Adigun
  2. Asake Oreke – Adefunke Famojure
  3. Boripe Nile – Olajide Oladipupo ati Olatunji Opadotun

 

BASIC TECHNOLOGY

  1. Basic Technology bk 1 by Longman (UBE Edition)
  2. Drawing Board and Tee Square
  3. Intro – Tech Workbook JS 1

 

COMPUTER

  1. Robert O. Jonah (2005): A first Course in Computer Studies and Workbook  Bk 1

 

MUSIC

  1. Music for Schools Spectrum Bk 1 Ltd.

 

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

               

                       NECO

  1. The gods are Hungry by Okeke Jerry  (First term)
  2. Behind the Cloud – by Ifeoma  Okoye (Second term)
  3. The Precious Child – Queen Okweshire (Third term)

 

                  POETRY

Literature for JSS (Poetry Book 2) Dayo Ogunniyi and Modupe Olangan

 

                  STATE TEXTS

  1. Bravery – Kayode Adeyemo (First term)
  2. The Next Attempt – Segun
  3. Cul-De-Sac School Novel (Available in School)
  1. Ruin by Blood School Novel (Available in School)
  2. Nipped in the Bud (Available in School)

 

FRENCH LANGUAGE

  1. French – English dictionary
  2. Nouvel Horizon 1 New Revised Edition & Workbook (Bounty press Limited)

 

 

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KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN

BOOK LIST FOR BASIC 8 2013/2014 SESSION

 

MUSIC

1)         Music for schools Bk 2 by Amorelle Inanga & Glen Inanga Publishers : Spectrum            Books Ltd.

 

MATHEMATICS

1.         New General Mathematics (50th Anniversary Edition) for Junior Secondary 2.

 

COMPUTER STUDIES

1.         A First Course in Computer Studies for Junior Secondary Schools Bk 2 by Robert           O. Jonah

            Data Management and computer Services Publishers

 

BUSINESS STUDIES

1.         Pathfinder Global Business for Junior Secondary Schools Bk 2 by Oyawale A. Y.           etal

2.         Pitman New Era shorthand Anniversary Edition by Andrew O Dea.

 

            Materials

            (i) A Typewriter,   (ii) Typing Sheet

 

BASIC TECHNOLOGY

1.         NERDC  Basic Technology for Junior Secondary Schools JSS 2

2.         Basic Technology for Junior Secondary Schools by Adedokun S. A. JSS 2

 

            Materials

            (i) Mathematics Set  (ii) Long ruler   (iii) HB pencils

 

HOME ECONOMICS

1.         Lantern Comprehensive Home Economics for Junior Secondary Schools  JSS  2

2.         Essential Home Economics for Junior Secondary Schools 2 by Ayo Adeyemi et al.

 

FINE ARTS

1.         Arts, Culture and local crafts by Bayo Okunola  JSS 2

2.         Junior Secondary School Visual Art by Bayo Okunola JSS 2

 

            Materials

            i)          Art workbook for Junior Secondary Schools Bk 2 by  Bayo Okunola

            ii)         10 cardboards papers

            iii)        Poster colour

            iv)        A set of sable brush

            v)         A pack of 2B pencil and gum

            vi)        Fabric 100% cotton (2 yards)

            vii)       Dye and chemicals

 

PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION

1.         Essentials of Physical and Health Education for JSS 2 (UBE Version) by Akinseye        Samrt Erazmus.

 

            Materials

            i)          Tennis Racket and ball  (ii) Table Tennis bat and ball (egg)

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

1.         Christians Religious Education and Moral Instructions for Upper schools in Nigeria        by T. N. O. Quarcoopome et al.

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

1.         Oladele Odanye (2009): The Basic concepts of Civic Education for Upper levels JSS Junior Secondary Schools, Holad Publishers, Ibadan

 

            Supplementary Textbook for  JSS 2

2.         Bamitelo G. O. etal (2011); Spectrum Civic Education for  Junior Secondary          Schools, Spectrum Books Limited, Ibadan With Workbook

 

BASIC SOCIAL STUDIES

1.         Spectrum social Studies for Junior Secondary Schools (U0-per Basic Education) By      Dayo Ogunniyi, G. I. Ehon, Abbas Mohammed, Nwaka ego U. Ogbajie.

 

            Supplementary for Social Studies

2.         S. A. Rauful; S. O. Koledoye, H. O. C. Ambassador – Brikings, M. O. Okereafor A.            A. Gusau: Classic social Studies for Junior Secondary Schools (UBE Edition)  bk 2

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

1.         Ayo Banjo etal (2011) New Oxford Secondary English Course for Junior Secondary       School UPL

2.         Oxford Advanced Learner’s dictionary

3.         Brighter Grammar Book 1 and 2

4.         Ayo Akano (2005) Achieving Excellence in English Language Test of Orals.

 

Compulsory Test for Literature-in-English School Novel Ruined by Blood

 

YORUBA LANGUAGE

1.         Olu Owolabi etal – Iinle Ede ati Litreso Yoruba fun ile-eko sekondiri kekere iwe keji

2.         Boripe nile – Olajide Oladipupo & Olatunji Opadotun

3.         Awufe – Diipo Gbenro

4.         Ewi Yoruba Lakotun – M. A. Olowu & Co

 

FRENCH LANGUAGE

1.         French – English dictionary

2.         Nouvel Horizon (New Revised Edition) Bk 2 by Tunde Ajiboye et al.

             (Bounty press Limited)

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

1.         The Courageous Queen – Segun Thomas Ajayi.

2.         Behind The Clouds – Ifeoma Okoye

3.         The Gods Are Hungry – Okeke Chika Jerry

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

1.         Basics of Agricultural Science for Schools and Colleges in West African (New                Edition) Bk 2 Seagroove UBE Edition by Aremu Bukunola A. Afolabi Ademola I and          Mbila Chidi U.

 

BASIC SCIENCE

1.         Classic Basic Science for Junior Secondary Schools 2 (UBE Edition) Authors: B. B.             Akintelure, V. O Kuku, J. Ohiro, A. M. Mahmud

 

 

 

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KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN

BOOK LIST FOR JSS 3 2013/2014 SESSION

 

MUSIC

Music For Schools Book Three: By Amorelle Inanya & Glen Inanya Published by Spectrum Books Ltd

 

MATHEMATICS

1.         New General Mathematics (50th Anniversary Edition) for Junior Secondary 3.

 

COMPUTER STUDIES

1.         A First  Course in Computer Studies for Junior Secondary Schools Bk 3 by Robert          O. Jonah Data Management and computer Services Publishers.

 

BASIC SCIENCE

1.         Classic Basic Science for Junior Secondary Schools 3 (UBE Edition) Authors: B. B.             Akintelure, V. O Kuku, J. Ohiro, A. M. Mahmud

 

BUSINESS STUDIES

1.         Pathfinder Global Business for Junior Secondary Schools bk 3 by Oyawale A. Y.            etal

2.         Pitman New Era shorthand Anniversary Edition by Andrew O Dea.

 

            Materials

            (i) A Typewriter,   (ii) Typing Sheet

 

BASIC TECHNOLOGY

1.         NERDC  Basic Technology for Junior Secondary Schools JSS 3

2.         Basic Technology for Junior Secondary Schools by Adedokun S. A. JSS 3

 

            Materials

            (i) Mathematics Set  (ii) Long ruler   (iii) HB pencils

 

HOME ECONOMICS

1.         Lantern Comprehensive Home Economics for Junior Secondary Schools  JSS  3

2.         Essential Home Economics for Junior Secondary Schools 3 by Ayo Adeyemi et al.

 

FINE ARTS

1.         Arts, Culture and local crafts by Bayo Okunola  JSS 3

2.         Junior Secondary School Visual Art by Bayo Okunola JSS 3

 

            Materials

            i)          Art workbook for Junior Secondary Schools bk 3 by  Bayo Okunola

            ii)         10 cardboards papers

            iii)        Poster colour

            iv)        A set of sable brush

            v)         A pack of 2B pencil and gum

            vi)        Glitter glue

 

PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION

1.         Essentials of Physical and Health Education for JSS 3 (UBE Version) by Akinseye        Samrt Erazmus.

 

            Materials

            i)          Hockey stick and ball

 

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

2.         Christians Religious Education and Moral Instructions for Upper schools in Nigeria        by T. N. O. Quarcoopome et al.

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

1.         Oladele Odanye (2009): The Basic concepts of Civic Education for Upper levels JSS Junior Secondary Schools, Holad Publishers, Ibadan

 

            Supplementary Textbook for  JSS 3

2.         Bamitelo G. O. etal (2011); Spectrum Civic Education for  Junior Secondary          Schools, Spectrum Books Limited, Ibadan With Workbook

 

BASIC SOCIAL STUDIES

1.         Spectrum Social Studies for Junior Secondary Schools (U0-per Basic Education) By     Dayo Ogunniyi, G. I. Ehon, Abbas Mohammed, Nwaka ego U. Ogbajie.

 

            Supplementary for Social Studies

2.         S. A. Rauful; S. O. Koledoye, H. O. C. Ambassador – Brikings, M. O. Okereafor A.            A. Gusau: Classic social Studies for Junior Secondary Schools (UBE Edition)  bk 3

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

1.         Ayo Banjo etal  New Oxford Secondary English Course for Junior Secondary      School .

2.         Ayo Akano (2005) Achieving Excellence in English Language Test of Orals.

3.         B. O. A. Oluikpe (etal) Revision English for JSCE Examination Africana First        Publishers PLC

4.         Brighter Grammar Book I,  II and III

5.         Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary

 

            Compulsory Test for Literature-in-English School Novel Cul-De-Sac

 

YORUBA LANGUAGE

1.         Olu Owolabi etal – Ijinle Ede ati Litreso Yoruba fun ile-eko sekondiri kekere iwe keta

2.         Eni Tafa Soke ­– Akinlade Hamid

3.         Asake Oreke – Adefunke Famujure

4.         Ewi Yoruba Lakotun – M. A. Olowu & Co

 

FRENCH LANGUAGE

1.         French – English dictionary

2.         Nouvel Horizon (New Revised Edition) Bk 3 by Tunde Ajiboye et al.

             (Bounty press Limited)

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

1.         The Courageous Queen – Segun Thomas Ajayi.

2.         Behind The Clouds – Ifeoma Okoye

3.         The Gods Are Hungry – Okeke Chika Jerry

4.         The Ugly Ones Refuse to Die – Habib Yakoob

5.         The Precious Child – Queen O. Okweshine

6.         The White Wizard – Tade Adegbindin

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

1.         Basics of Agricultural Science for Schools and Colleges in West African (New    Edition) Bk 3 Seagroove UBE Edition by Aremu Bukunola A. Afolabi Ademola I and       Mbila Chidi U.

 

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                                                                 KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN 

BOOK LIST FOR SS 1 2013/2014 SESSION

 

 

MATHEMATICS

1.         New General Mathematics (50th Anniversary Edition) for Senior Secondary 1.

 

COMPUTER STUDIES

1.         A Second course in Computer Studies for Senior Secondary Schools Bk 1 by      Robert O. Jonah

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

1.         Comprehensive Agricultural Science for Senior Secondary Schools (New Edition)         by Ogieva Erebor

 

PHYSICS

1.         New School Physics for Senior Secondary School by M. W. Anyakoha Ph.D and

2.         Senior School Certificate Examination (Past Questions and Answers)

3.         Physics Laboratory Workbook for Senior Secondary Schools (Revised Edition by            S. A. Jimoh and T. T. Jinadu)

 

BIOLOGY

1.         Modern Biology for Senior Secondary Schools by Sarojini T. Ramalingma, B.Sc (Hons), Ph.D

2.         Understanding Biology practical by J. A. Adewuyi

 

CHEMISTRY

1.         New School Chemistry for Senior Secondary School 1  by Osei Yaw Ababio

2.         Practical Chemistry for Schools and Colleges by Godwin O. Ojokuku.

3.         Laboratory Coat (compulsory)

 

YORUBA LANGUAGE

1.         Egun ori Ikunle – Olasunkami Tella

2.         Apoti Alakara – Debo Awe

3.         Kokoro Aseyori Yoruba: Olamide Oladele

4.         Ijapa Tiroko Oko Yannibo: Ojo Adegoke

 

FRENCH LANGUAGE

1.         Nouvel Horizon (New Revised Edition) Bk 4 by Tunde Ajiboye et al.

2.         Cle du succes aux Examens de Francias by J. Claudon et al

3.         French English Dictionary.

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

1.         Othello – William Shakespeare

2.         She Stoops ton Conquer Oliver Goldsmith – Rasmed Publications Limited.

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

1.         Ayo Banjo et al New Oxford Secondary English Course for Senior Secondary      School

2.         Ayo Akano (2008) Achieving Excellence in English Language Test of Orals

3.         Brighter Grammar III and IV

4.         Oxford Advanced Leaner’s Dictionary

5.         Joy Eyisi Common Errors in the use of English Africana First Publishers

 

            Compulsory Text for Literature-In-English Chinua Achebe’s Anthills of the           Savannah.

 

FURTHER MATEHMATICS

1.         New Further Mathematics Scholastic Series (New NERDC Curriculum Compliant)         T. R. Moses. Spectrum Publisher (Compulsory)

2.         Further Mathematics Project  Tuttuh – Adegun, et al.

            NPS Educational Publishers (Optional)

 

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION

1.         Physical & Health Education for Secondary Schools (1-3) by Ajiboye G. A.

 

            Materials

            Tennis Racket and ball

 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

1.         Comprehensive Financial Accounting for Senior Secondary School New Edition by      S. Lola Akintelure and Jude Ikenna Oguobi.

2.         Financial Accounting for Senior Secondary School by M. A. Adesola et al.

 

COMMERCE

1.         Comprehensive Commerce for Senior Secondary School  1 by Johnson Ugoji     Anyaele.

2.         Extension Modern Commerce for Senior Secondary School by Bello A. A. et al.

 

FOODS & NUTRITION

1.         Exam focus Foods and Nutrition by University Press PLC. SS 1

2.         Foods & Nutrition for Senior Secondary Schools 1 by University Press PLC

 

HOME MANAGEMENT

1.         Home Management for Schools and Colleges by Elizabeth U. Anyakoha by Africana     First publishers LTD.

2.         Home Management for Senior Secondary schools 1 by Mary J. Edna.

 

APPLIED ELECTRICITY

1.         Fundamental of Electrical Engineering and electronics by B. L. Theraja

2.         Hand book of Electrical Engineering by R. S. Aroba

 

TECHNICAL DRAWING

1.         Engineering Drawing books 1 and 2 (3rd edition) M. A. Paker and F. Pickup

2.         Technical Drawing for School Certificate and G.C.D, J. N. Green

            i)          Drawing board

            ii)         Set squares (set)

            iii)        T-square

            iv)        French Curves (set)

            v)         A pack of HB pencils

            vi)        A pack of 2B pencils

            vii)       Erasers and sharpener

            viii)      The Rot ring set

            ix)        Paper tape (1)

            x)         A3 or A2 papers (50)

 

 

 

VISUAL ART

1.         Senior Secondary Visual Arts by Bayo Okunola

2.         A Comprehensive Approach to Creative Arts for Schools and Colleges by H. O.   Babatunde.

            Materials

            i)          Grade B pencils

            ii)         Poster Colour

            iii)        A set of sable brush

            iv)        Fabric 100% cotton (4 yards)

            v)         Dye and Chemicals

            vi)        Calligraphy pen

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

1.         Christian Religious Knowledge for Senior Secondary Schools by H. A. Adigwe et al.

 

GEOGRAPHY

1.         Emielu S. A. (2010) Senior Secondary Geography, Geographical Bureau Nigeria            Limited, Ilorin. (Compulsory)

2.         Macmillan Atlas for Senior Secondary School .

 

Others:

3.         Areola O. et al (2010): Certificate Physical and Human Geography, University Press       PLC.

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

1.         Okunloye R. W. et al (2011): Civic Education for Senior Secondary Schools bk 1,            Longman  Nigerian PLC.

            Supplementary Textbook for SS 1

            Oladele Odanye (2012): The Basic concepts of Civic Education for Senior            Secondary School, SS1 , Holad Publishers, Ibadan

 

ECONOMICS

1.         John Ugoji Anyaele (New edition) (2003) Comprehensive Economics for Senior Secondary Schools. A. Johnson Publishers Limited for SS 1

 

GOVERNMENT

Johnson Ugoji Anyaele (New Edition) (2003) comprehensive Government for Senior Secondary Schools. Johnson Publisher Limited, Surulere, Lagos.

 

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                                                             KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN 

BOOK LIST FOR SS 2 2013/2014 SESSION

 

MATHEMATICS

1.         New General Mathematics (50th Anniversary Edition) for Senior Secondary 2.

 

COMPUTER STUDIES

1.         A Second Course in Computer Studies for Senior Secondary Schools Bk 2 by     Robert O. Jonah

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

1.         Essential Agricultural Science for Senior Secondary Schools by Iwena O. A.

 

 

PHYSICS

1.         New School Physics for Senior Secondary School  2 by M. W. Anyakoha Ph.D and

2.         Senior School Certificate Examination (Past Questions and Answers)

3.         Physics Laboratory Workbook for Senior Secondary Schools (Revised Edition by            S. A. Jimoh and T. T. Jinadu)

 

BIOLOGY

1.         Modern biology for Senior Secondary Schools by Sarojini T. Ramalingma, B.Sc   (Hons), Ph.D

2.         Understanding Biology practical by J. A. Adewuyi

 

CHEMISTRY

1.         New School Chemistry for Senior Secondary School by Osei Yaw Ababio

2.         Practical Chemistry for Schools and Colleges by Godwin O. Ojokuku.

3.         Laboratory Coat (compulsory)

 

YORUBA LANGUAGE

1.         Apoti Alakara – Debo Awe

2.         Kokoro Aseyori Yoruba: Olamide Oladele

3.         Olorunsogo: Sunday Eso Oluborode

 

FRENCH LANGUAGE

1.         Nouvel Horizon (New Revised Edition) Bk 4 by Tunde Ajiboye et al.

2.         Cle du succes aux Examens de Francias by J. Claudon et al

3.         French English Dictionary.

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

WAEC & NECO RECOMMENDED TEXTS

 

1.         The Tempest – William shakespeare

2.         Women of Owu – Femi Osofisan

3.         The Blinkards – Kobina Sekyi

4.         Arms and the Man – Bernard Shaw

5.         Purple Hibiscus – Chimamanda Adichie

6.         The Old Man and The Sea – Ernest Hemingway

7.         Lord of the Flies – William Golding

8.         A woman in Her Prime – Asare Konadu

 

FURTHER MATEHMATICS

1.         New Further Mathematics Scholastic Series (New NERDC Curriculum Compliant)         T. R. Moses. Spectrum Publisher (Compulsory)

2.         Further Mathematics Project  Tuttuh – Adegun, et al.

            NPS Educational Publishers (Optional)

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

1.         Ayo Banjo et al New Oxford Secondary English Course for Senior Secondary      School

2.         Ayo Akano (2008) Achieving Excellence in English Language Test of Orals

3.         Brighter Grammar III and IV

4.         Oxford Advanced Leaner’s Dictionary

5.         Joy Eyisi Common Errors in the use of English Africana First Publishers

 

            Compulsory Text for Literature-In-English Chinua Achebe’s Anthills of the           Savannah.

 

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION

1.         Physical & Health Education for Secondary Schools (1-3) by Ajiboye G. A.

 

            Materials

            i)          Table Tennis bat and ball (egg)

            ii)         Hockey stick and ball

            iii)        Badminton Racket and shuttle Cork

 

 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

1.         Comprehensive Financial Accounting for Senior Secondary School New Edition by      S. Lola Akintelure and Jude Ikenna Oguobi.

2.         Financial Accounting for Senior Secondary School by M. A. Adesola et al.

 

COMMERCE

1.         Comprehensive Commerce for Senior Secondary School  2 by Johnson Ugoji     Anyaele.

2.         Extension Modern Commerce for Senior Secondary School by Bello A. A. et al.

 

FOODS & NUTRITION

1.         Exam focus Foods and Nutrition by University Press PLC. SS 2

2.         Foods & Nutrition for Senior Secondary Schools 2 by University Press PLC

 

HOME MANAGEMENT

1.         Home Management for Schools and Colleges by Elizabeth U. Anyakoha by Africana     First publishers LTD.

2.         Home Management for Senior Secondary schools 1 by Mary J. Edna.

 

APPLIED ELECTRICITY

1.         Fundamental of Electrical Engineering and electronics by B. L. Theraja

2.         Hand book of Electrical Engineering by R. S. Aroba

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL DRAWING

1.         Engineering Drawing books 1 and 2 (3rd edition) M. A. Paker and F. Pickup

2.         Technical Drawing for School Certificate and G.C.D, J. N. Green

            i)          Drawing board

            ii)         Set squares (set)

            iii)        T-square

            iv)        French Curves (set)

            v)         A pack of HB pencils

            vi)        A pack of 2B pencils

            vii)       Erasers and sharpener

            viii)      The Rot ring set

            ix)        Paper tape (1)

            x)         A3 or A2 papers (50)

 

VISUAL ART

1.         Senior Secondary Visual Arts by Bayo Okunola

2.         A Comprehensive Approach to Creative Arts for Schools and Colleges by H. O.   Babatunde.

 

            Materials

            i)          Grade B pencils

            ii)         Poster Colour

            iii)        A set of sable brush

            iv)        10 cardboard papers

            v)         Oil colour (primary colours)

            vi)        Calligraphy pen

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

1.         Christian Religious Knowledge for Senior Secondary Schools by H. A. Adigwe et al.

 

GEOGRAPHY

1.         Emielu S. A. (2010) Senior Secondary Geography, Geographical Bureau Nigeria            Limited, Ilorin. (Compulsory)

2.         Macmillan Atlas for Senior Secondary School .

            Others:

3.         Areola O. et al (2010): Certificate Physical and Human Geography, University Press       PLC.

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

1.         Adeshola Olubunmi (2012): Cosmopolitan  Civic Education for Senior Secondary           Schools bk 2     Longman  Nigerian PLC.

            Supplementary Textbook for SS 2

            Oladele Odanye (2012): The Basic concepts of Civic Education for Senior            Secondary School, SS2 , Holad Publishers, Ibadan

 

ECONOMICS

1.         John Ugoji Anyaele (New edition) (2003) Comprehensive Economics for Senior Secondary Schools. A. Johnson Publishers Limited for SS 2

 

GOVERNMENT

1          Johnson Ugoji Anyaele (New Edition) (2003) comprehensive Government for Senior             Secondary School 2.  Johnson Publisher Limited, Surulere, Lagos.

 

SONGS OF PRAISE COMPULSORY (SOP)

 

                                                                 KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN 

BOOK LIST FOR SS 3 2013/2014 SESSION

 

MATHEMATICS

1.         New General Mathematics (50th Anniversary Edition) for Senior Secondary 3.

2.         Comprehensive Mathematics for Senior Secondary Schools. New Edition DS. B.            Adu A. Johnson Publishers Ltd.

 

COMPUTER STUDIES

1.         A Second Course in Computer Studies for Senior Secondary Schools Bk 3 by     Robert O. Jonah

 

 

PHYSICS

1.         New School Physics for Senior Secondary School  3 by M. W. Anyakoha Ph.D and

2.         Senior School Certificate Examination (Past Questions and Answers)

3.         Physics Laboratory Workbook for Senior Secondary Schools (Revised Edition by            S. A. Jimoh and T. T. Jinadu)

 

BIOLOGY

1.         Modern biology for Senior Secondary Schools by Sarojini T. Ramalingma, B.Sc   (Hons), Ph.D

2.         Understanding Biology practical by J. A. Adewuyi

 

CHEMISTRY

1.         New School Chemistry for Senior Secondary School by Osei Yaw Ababio

2.         Practical Chemistry for Schools and Colleges by Godwin O. Ojokuku.

3.         Laboratory Coat (compulsory)

 

YORUBA LANGUAGE

1.         Awon Oju Odu Merindinlogun: Wande Abimbola

2.         Kokoro Aseyori Yoruba: Olamide Oladele

3.         Akowe Ko Wura: Ademola Olayiwola

 

FRENCH LANGUAGE

1.         Nouvel Horizon (New Revised Edition) Bk 4 by Tunde Ajiboye et al.

2.         De du success aux Examens de Francias by J. Claudon et al

3.         French English Dictionary.

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

WAEC & NECO RECOMMENDED TEXTS

 

1.         The Tempest – William shakespeare

2.         Women of Owu – Femi Osofisan

3.         The Blinkards – Kobina Sekyi

4.         Arms and the Man – Bernard Shaw

5.         Purple Hibiscus – Chimamanda Adichie

6.         The Old Man and The Sea – Ernest Hemingway

7.         Lord of the Flies – William Golding

8.         A woman in Her Prime – Asare Konadu        

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

1.         Essential Agricultural Science for Senior Secondary Schools by Iwena O. A.

 

FURTHER MATEHMATICS

1.         New Further Mathematics Scholastic Series (New NERDC Curriculum Compliant)         T. R. Moses. Spectrum Publisher (Compulsory)

2.         Further Mathematics Project  Tuttuh – Adegun, et al.

            NPS Educational Publishers (Optional)

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

1.         Ayo Banjo et al New Oxford Secondary English Course for Senior Secondary      School

2.         Ayo Akano (2008) Achieving Excellence in English Language Test of Orals

3.         Brighter Grammar III and IV

4.         Oxford Advanced Leaner’s Dictionary

5.         Joy Eyisi Common Errors in the use of English Africana First Publishers

 

            Compulsory Text for Literature-In-English Chinua Achebe’s Anthills of the           Savannah.

 

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION

1.         Physical & Health Education for Secondary Schools (1-3) by Ajiboye G. A.

 

            Materials

            i)          Table Tennis bat and ball (egg)

            ii)         Hockey stick and ball

            iii)        Badminton Racket and ball

            iv)        Tennis ball and racket

 

 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

1.         Comprehensive Financial Accounting for Senior Secondary School New Edition by      S. Lola Akintelure and Jude Ikenna Oguobi.

2.         Financial Accounting for Senior Secondary School by M. A. Adesola et al.

 

COMMERCE

1.         Comprehensive Commerce for Senior Secondary School  3 by Johnson Ugoji     Anyaele.

2.         Extension Modern Commerce for Senior Secondary School by Bello A. A. et al.

 

FOODS & NUTRITION

1.         Exam focus Foods and Nutrition by University Press PLC. SS 3

2.         Foods & Nutrition for Senior Secondary Schools 3 by University Press PLC

 

HOME MANAGEMENT

1.         Home Management for Schools and Colleges by Elizabeth U. Anyakoha by Africana     First publishers LTD.

2.         Home Management for Senior Secondary schools 3 by Mary J. Edna.

 

APPLIED ELECTRICITY

1.         Fundamental of Electrical Engineering and electronics by B. L. Therasa

2.         Hand book of Electrical Engineering by R. S. Aroba

 

 

 

TECHNICAL DRAWING

1.         Engineering Drawing books 1 and 2 (3rd edition) M. A. Paker and F. Pickup

2.         Technical Drawing for School Certificate and G.C.D, J. N. Green

            i)          Drawing board

            ii)         Set squares (set)

            iii)        T-square

            iv)        French Curves (set)

            v)         A pack of HB pencils

            vi)        A pack of 2B pencils

            vii)       Erasers and sharpener

            viii)      The Rot ring set

            ix)        Paper tape (1)

            x)         A3 or A2 papers (50)

 

VISUAL ART

1.         Senior Secondary Visual Arts by Bayo Okunola

2.         A Comprehensive Approach to Creative Arts for Schools and Colleges by H. O.   Babatunde.

 

            Materials

            i)          Grade B pencils

            ii)         Poster Colour

            iii)        A set of sable brush

            iv)        10 cardboard papers

            v)         Oil colour (primary colours)

            vi)        Calligraphy pen

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

1.         Christian Religious Knowledge for Senior Secondary Schools 3 by H. A. Adigwe et        al.

 

GEOGRAPHY

1.         Emielu S. A. (2010) Senior Secondary Geography, Geographical Bureau Nigeria            Limited, Ilorin. (Compulsory)

2.         Macmillan Atlas for Senior Secondary School .

            Others:

3.         Areola O. et al (2010): Certificate Physical and Human Geography, University Press       PLC.

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

1.         Adeshola Olubunmi (2012): Cosmopolitan  Civic Education for Senior Secondary           Schools bk 2     Longman  Nigerian PLC.

            Supplementary Textbook

            Oladele Odanye (2012): The Basic concepts of Civic Education for Senior            Secondary School, SS2 , Holad Publishers, Ibadan

 

ECONOMICS

1.         John Ugoji Anyaele (New edition) (2003) Comprehensive Economics for Senior Secondary Schools. A. Johnson Publishers Limited

 

GOVERNMENT

1          Johnson Ugoji Anyaele (New Edition) (2003) comprehensive Government for Senior             Secondary School.  Johnson Publisher Limited, Surulere, Lagos.

 


 


TAKE HOME PROJECT (BASIC 8) 2013/2014 SESSION

 

MATHEMATICS

1.         Find the smallest length that can be divided exactly into equal sections of lengths 5m, 8m and             12m.

2.         Find the largest number of children who can share equally 126 oranges and 147 bananas.

3.         Kikelomo made 18 identical wooden toys.  She used 16.65m of wood altogether.  What metre of wood did she use for each toy?

 

(3m + 2))cm

 

4.         If the perimeter of the rectangle drawn below is 22m.  Find the value of m.

 

 



 

 
 

 

 

5.         In a maths quiz, each correct answer gets 2 marks and a wrong answer attracts -1 . Adejoke     got a total             of 19 in a quiz with 20 questions.  How many answers did she get correctly?

 Project 1

On a  cardboard sheet, construct each of the following angles:

i)          Acute  – 60o       ii)       Right angle   90o         iii)    Obtuse     150o

iv)        Angle on a straight line 180o        (v) Reflex angle       210o    (vi) Angle at a point   360o

 

Project 2

Construct the following triangles on a cardboard each (i) scalene triangle (ii) equilateral triangle (iii) Right angled triangle (iv) isosceles triangle

 

HOME ECONOMICS

State the physiological changes occurring in boys and girls.

 

BASIC TECHNOLOGY

1)         Sketch a plan of used to build your house or your classroom.

2)         Mention two marking out tools used in metal work and explain how we can use them.

 

MUSIC

1)         Write out ten early composers in the tabulated format below:

 

Composer’s Name

Period

e.g J. S. Bach

Baroque period

 

 

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

1a)      Narrate the visit of the wise men.  Why did they worship Jesus and offer him gifts?

b)         Draw the three wise men presenting their gifts to the baby Jesus.

 

 

 

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

1a)      What do you understand by integrity?

b)         Highlight and discuss any five attributes of integrity.

2)         Draw any four symbols of authority.

 

FRENCH LANGUAGE

1)         Write a composition on the topic: - Moi - meme

 

HOME ECONOMICS

1.         State 10 importance of personal hygiene.

 

YORUBA LANGUAGE

Salaye awon ona ti iran Yorubá fi máa n toju aláboyun ni àyé àtijó

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

                       (Question one Project)

1.         Attend a Traditional Marriage during the holiday within your vicinity and write not more than     500 words on it.

 

2.         Write a letter to your Principal, complaining about the lack of water in the hostel area and the             effects of this on the students.

 

                        OR

            You have just returned to school after the holidays and you learnt that one of your friends was             not back yet because his/her father was involved in a car accident.  He is still in hospital.  Write             to your friend a letter of sympathy and encouragement.

 

3.         Underline the word with a different vowel sound.

                        a) fuel             soar             poor             dual

                        b) rare             heir              snare           ear

                        c) Mary           air                 ferry             bared

                        d) few             lure              jewel            truant

                        e) Mayor         tailor            swear          spear            

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

(Question one project)

1)         Write 10 African writers.

2a)      Mention ten characters in The Ugly Ones Refuse To Die

b)         Write briefly on the two characters.

 

FINE ART

1.         Make a cap with your knitting pin and thread.

2.         Use paper to construct a house or to make basket.

 

BUSINESS STUDIES

1a)      Define office documents.

 b)        Explain the following sales documents:

            i)          Catalogue

            (ii)        Quotation

             (iii)      Price list  

             (iv)      Letter of enquiries

            (v)        Requisition

            (vi)       Receipt

            (v)        Invoice

            (viii)     Cheque

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

1.         Explain the following terms:

            (i)         Soil structure

            (ii)        Soil texture

            (iii)       Soil profile

            (iv)       Soil permeability

            (v)        Soil compaction

            (vi)       Bulk density

 

BASIC SCIENCE

1.         Look for the image or picture of someone suffering from a particular disease, name the disease, the symptoms and how it can be prevented

 

PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION

1)         Describe how you would operate and play a computer game.

2)         Give 5 advantages of computer games.

 

COMPUTER STUDIES

1)         Discuss and sketch three (3) examples each of the 3 types of computer

2)         Draw and a label complete set of a desktop computer in a well equipped laboratory.

3)         Demonstrate the function of operating system pictorially in single and multi-tasking.

 

KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN

TAKE HOME PROJECT (BASIC 9) 2013/2014 SESSION

 

BASIC TECHNOLOGY

1a)      What is a triangle?

b)         Name three types of triangle

2)         Construct an angle of 45o and bisect it.

 

FRENCH LANGUAGE

1.         Composition: In ten sentences, write a composition on: Mon ami prefere (My Best Friend

2.         Mention 20 French countries with the names of their Presidents

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

1)         With the aid of a well labeled diagram, describe the events associated with the day of    Pentecost.

 

BASIC SOCIAL STUDIES

1a)      What is national economy?

b)         List five examples of economic activities.

 

BUSINESS STUDIES

 

1.         Who is a consumer?

b.         Explain consumer’s rights

c.         Mention and explain organs of consumer protection.

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

1)         Pay a visit to one of the Media House within your territory and write not more than 500 words   on their daily programmes.

2)         Write an argument for or against the proposition “A Male Child is More Important Than A             Female Child”.

3)         Write the correct spelling for each of the following words.

4)               i) diner                  ii) forsee                     iii) guarantee              iv) stoped

                  v) wifes                vi) more over             vii) embarrass           viii) mistery

                  ix) until                 x) worth while           xi) heirachy              xii) maintainance

                  xiii) any body      xiv) separate             xv) traficter

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

1)         Write 20 African writers

2a)      Write two themes from the novel – The Gods Are Hungry.

b)         In three paragraphs, summarise the whole story

 

BASIC SCIENCE

1.         Look for the image of one of the environmental problems e.g erosion, desert, bush burning etc.  Write on its causes and prevention.

YORUBA LANGUAGE

Salaye pelu apeere orisirisi ona ti a maa n fi pa aroko ni aye atijo.

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

1.         Mention five importance of fish farming

2)         Complete the table below

 

Animal

Adult Male

Adult Female

Young Male

Young Female

Chicken

 

 

 

 

Cattle

 

 

 

 

Sheep

 

 

 

 

Goat

 

 

 

 

Pig

 

 

 

 

Dog

 

 

 

 

Rabbit

 

 

 

 

Horse

 

 

 

 

 

BUSINESS STUDIES

1a)      who is a consumer?

b)         Explain consumer’s rights.

c)         Mention and explain organs of consumer protection.

 

FINE ART

1)         Use beads to make necklace and earrings

2)         Use paper to make paper mask

 

PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION

1)         Mention two occasions when people dance.

2)         List two foreign and local dances each.

3)         Explain how to operate and play a computer game

4)         Give six types of computer games that you know.

 

MUSIC

1)         Write out ten musical terms and their meaning in a  tabulated format below:

 

Musical Terms

Meaning

Pianissimo

Very soft

 

 

 

Computer Studies

            Pay a visit to any Prometric centre and write briefly on your findings.

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

Project Work

1.         Give an account of National Population Census in Nigeria since independence.  Use of statistics data would be highly necessary in your explanation.

 

 

 

KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN

TAKE HOME PROJECT (SS 1) 2013/2014 SESSION

 

MATHEMATICS

 

Answer all the question

 

1a)       Simplify x

 

b)         Express 8.75 in standard form

                          0.25

c)         Given that 3 x  =  find

d)         I P varies directly as r2 and P = 3.2 when r = 4 find the value of P when r = 6.5

 

2.         At a luncheon party for 37 eminent personalities 25 requested for fried rice, 15 requested for salad, while 20 requested for shredded beef.  7 people requested for fried rice and salad, 13 people requested for fried rice and shredded beef and 8 people requested for fried rice only, while 5 people requested for salad only.  Using a Venn diagram, find:

            i)          the number of people that requested for all the three dishes:

            ii)         the number of people that requested for two different dishes;

            iii)         the number of people that requested for only one dish.

            (Assume that each person requested for at least one dish)

 

3.         Find the values of  between 0 and 180o of the following angles:

            a)         Cos

            b)         cos

            c)         sin

            d)         sin

            e)         tan

            f)          tan

 

FURTHER MATHEMATICS

1.         Solve the equations:

            i)          x x = 128

            ii)         6 x 3n =

                         2 x 9n+1

            iii)          = 64;  = 8

            iv)        = 27;  = 8

 

2.         Simplify the following.

            i)          log10 16 – log10 4

                        log10 4 – log 10 2

            ii)         log10 16 ÷ log 10 4



 

3.         If log5 2 = 0.431 and log 5 3 = 0.682, find the values of the following:

            i)          log 5 6 + log5 27

            ii)         log 5 100 – log5 (2/5)

 

4.         Evaluate:

 

            i)          128a7 b3

                          2a5b9

 

            II)         49  y6

 

5.         Simplify the following

            i)          2√3 – √5            

                         2√3 + √5

            ii)           2√3 – √5            

                         (3√2  –3)

PROJECT

1.         Differentiate between Mathematics and Further Mathematics (printed copies should be submitted.

 

BIOLOGY

1a)       Define photosynthesis

b)         Describe the light and dark reaction stages of photosynthesis

2.         Describe an experiment to demonstrate that oxygen is related by green plant during          photosynthesis.

 

GOVERNMENT

(Question one Project Work)

1.         Give an account of what happened recently in Rivers State House of Assembly and its effects    on our democracy.

2a)       Describe Government as an institution of the state

b)         What is sovereignty?

3)         Highlight the basic principle of Government and explain them

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

(Question one Project work)

 

1)         HIV?AIDS is an emerging issues in the world today.  Give historical background of HIV?AIDS     in Nigeria Viz-aviz facts and figures of people Living with HIV/AIDs.

2a)       What are values?

b)         Explain vividly any five attributes of value in a society.

 

ECONOMICS

(Question one Project work)

1)         Trace the history of Nigerian money and their pictures before colonialism to date.

1a)       “Economics is the Science  Studies human behaviour as a relationship between ends and            scarce means which have alternative uses.” Discuss.

b)         State and explain eight reasons why we study economics.

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

1)         Compare the stories in Genesis 1 and 2 bringing out their differences.

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

(Question one Project Work)

1.         Take a trip to a Law Court and write not more than 1000 words on the court proceeding.

2.         What is punctuation?

3.         Explain the different types of punctuation marks with examples

4.         Write an essay not more than 450 words on your last birthday party.

5.         Take a trip to a Law Court and write not more than 1000 words on the court proceeding.

 

FOODS AND NUTRITION

1.         Write on Digestion and Absorption of carbohydrates, fats and proteins.  Also bring a chart on        food nutrients

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

(Question one Project Work)

1.         Write a poem of 15 lines

2.         Write briefly on the following literary terms:

            (i) Theme          (ii) Simile          (iii) Metaphor        (iv) Hyperbole

 

COMMERCE

1a)       What is Commerce?

 b)        Mention seven functions of Commerce

c)         State eight factors affecting the growth of Commerce in West Africa.

 

VISUAL ART

1)         Produce a design for table cloth using mirror repeat.

            Size – 30cm by 20cm

            Colour – Not more  than three

2.         Draw in detail any four different fruits found in your locality, ensure that the fruits are arranged    in a composition.

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

1.         Outline three roles of Science and technology in Agricultural development under the following     headings:

            a)         Pests and diseases control (b) meteorology and climatology.

2.         Describe four types of land tenure system in West Africa, stating two advantages of each.

 

PHYSICS

(Question one Project Work)

1.         With  the aid of a labeled diagram, state the difference between the vernier caliper and     micrometer screw guage.

2.         Define the following terms

            a)         Motion b)         Distance          c)         Acceleration                d)         Friction           

 

CHEMISTRY

(Question one Project Work)

1)         Draw and label 10 methods of separating mixture in Chemistry (it should be done in the    cardboard.

2)         Write two different definitions of Chemistry

3)         Describe briefly an example twelve separation techniques in Chemistry.

 

 

 

YORUBA LANGUAGE

1.         Ko onka ede Yoruba lati Igba de Okoolenirinwo 200 – 420

 

FRENCH LANGUAGE

1)         Ecrivez une composition Sur: “Mon Pays”

2.         Write a composition on: Mon ami préféré (My best friend)

 

 

APPLIED ELECTRICITY

1)         Draw and explain the working principle of a transformer

 

 

 COMPUTER STUDIES (Project Work)

1)         Observe a printer print a document, and write extensively on your observations.

 

 

KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN

TAKE HOME PROJECT (SS 2) 2013/2014 SESSION

 

 

FURTHER MATHEMATICS

1.         Using Crammer’s rule, solve the simultaneous linear equations:

 

 

 

 

b)         Show that the matrix A has no multiplicative inverse, where

 



 

 

                                    2          – 4       8

                        A =      0          10        –10

                                    6          2         10

 



 
 

 

 

2.         Resolve   +

 

3.         A body moves in a straight line so that the distance s in metres moved after t seconds is given by s = t3 – 7/2 t2  + 2t.  Find the acceleration of the body at the time the body is momentarily at rest.

4.         The functions f and g are defined by f:    and g:  where x set of real numbers.

            a)         State the range of f.

            b)         Find g–1(x)

            c)         Find the value of  f {g(2)}

5a)       Show than

                              

 

b)         If a cos2  + b sin  = c

            Show that tan2 c – a

                                           b – c

 

c.         The coefficient of x2 in the expansion of (1 + 3x)n  is 324 find the value of n.

d)         Given that (1 + 2x)7 = 1 + 14x + 84x2,  find correct to 4.s.f. the value of (0.76)7

 

BIOLOGY

1)         Differentiate between Osmosis and diffusion.

2)         Explain an experiment to demonstrate diffusion in liquid and state the importance of diffusion in   liquid.

3)         Define plasmolysis and haemolysis.

 

APPLIED ELECTRICITY

1)         Draw and explain the working principle of a D.C. motor

 

 

 

 

VISUAL ART

1)         Use script lettering to write out your country’s national anthem.  Finish up the art piece with a        suitable background and boarder design.

2.         Your friends has just completed his promotional examination. Design a card to wish him   success.

            Size – 35cm x 25cm

 

FURTHER MATHS

Project 1

            Construct a wooden sphere or oval

 







 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

               Sphere                                                    Oval

Project  2

            Use wood to construct a triangle prism

 

 

            8cm

 

 

                        15cm                  20cm

OR

 

 




 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRENCH LANGUAGE

1.         Composition: Decrivez la personne que vous admirez le plus dans votre école

            (not less than 100 words)

2)         Ecrivez sur l’organisation das Nations unies pour l’education, la science et la culture          (UNESCO)

 

COMMERCE

1a)       What is Insurance?

 b)        Mention six basic principle of insurance

c)         Differentiate between Insurable and non-insurable risk

d)         List five procedures for taking an insurance policy

 

FOODS AND NUTRITION

Draw a formal setting for dinner and states five things to be observed when serving food.

 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

 

1.         Explain Depreciation

b.         What are the causes of depreciation?

c.         Mention and explain ten depreciation methods

 

YORUBA LANGUAGE

Se ekunrére àlàye lóri ogun jija ni aye àtijo

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

(Question one Project Work)

1)         Embark on a journey to the nearest Tourist Centre within your vicinity and write on the origin        and effects of the place.  Not more than 1000 words.

 

2)         You are a speaker in a debate on the motion “Democracy is the Best System of Government      for Africa”. Write your speech for or against the motion

 

OR

 

Write a story to illustrate the saying “Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth

 

3)         One word in each group, the sound  /    /     /     /,    /  r  / or / j / is not pronounced circle the            word

1.         brink, link, chin, think

2.         dawn, long, thong, king

3.         bangle, bandit, tongue, Bangkok

4.         calm, hell, doll, allow

5.         last, bell, salmon, shelve

6.         shell, below, pistol, half

7.         route, shore, serene, reef

8.         door, rotten, arrow, borrow

9.         use, yacht, pew, chew

10.       cue, suede, youth, few

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

(Question one Project work)

1)         Write a short story

2.         Describe how Raina protected Bluntschli from being captured and show how the from being        captured and show how the saying “one good turn deserves another is subsequently made manifest in Arms and the Man

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

1)         List five  ways by which soil loses nutrients

2)         Give  four reasons for manuring in crop production

3.         State two ways by which each of the following environmental factors affect Agricultural production.

            a)         temperature    (b)        soil micro-organisms   (c)        wind

 

 

 

 

PHYSICS

(Question one Project work)

1)         Use Pascal’s principle to illustrate the operation of the hydraulic press.

2)         What  is projectile?

3)         A ball is thrown vertically upward with a velocity of 40m/s.  Calculate

            (a)        the maximum height reached .

            (b)        the time to reach the maximum height.

 

CHEMISTRY

(Question one & Two Project work)

1.         Draw the periodic Table of the first 30 elements, indicate the;

            i) Alkali metals       (ii) Alkaline earth metals  (iii) Halogens

            iv) Noble gases       (v) Metalloids

            (It should be done in the cardboard)

2)         Draw, label and write briefly on the following cells: (i) Daniel cell   (ii) Electrolytic cell

            (iii) electrochemical cell

 

3)         What is Periodic Table?

4)         Explain the following:

            a)         Electron affinity

            b)         Electro negativity

            c)         Atomic radius

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

(Question one Project work)

1.         National Directorate of Employment (NDE) plays major role in alleviating poverty in Nigeria.  Discuss      with statistics data the rate of unemployment and measures put in place by NDE to reduce the rate of             unemployment in Nigeria.

2a)       Explain what is meant by capitalist democracy?

b)         discuss any five  characteristics of capitalist democracy

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

1a)       Discuss Matthew’s account of the birth of Jesus Christ.

b)         Mention three reasons why Jesus was presented at the temple for dedication

 

GOVERNMENT

(Question one Project work)

1)         With facts and figures briefly conceptualize the political crisis in South Sudan

2a)       Explain Public Administration II

b)         State and explain types of Public Corporation

3a)       With good fact and figures, explain Pre-Colonial Administration

b)         Describe structural organization of the Yorubas

 


 

ECONOMICS

(Question one Project work)

1.         Explain the following:

i).         ATM

ii)         Internet Banking

iii)         P. O. S.

iv)        Debit Card

v)         Credit Card

            Justify their relevance to the present economic situation in Nigeria.

2a)       Define the term “utility”

b)         Explain the law of diminishing marginal utility and state the condition under which a consumer      is assumed to have maximized his utility.

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

            Surf the net for information on “Branches of Computer Science”

            Write extensively on your area of interest and send your work to

            info@kingsinternationalcollege.org and solomouijegbai@yahoo.com

 

HOME MANAGEMENT

Discuss Nutrients.  State and explain the different classes of food nutrients with examples.

 

MATHEMATICS

1.         Use mathematical tables to evaluate the following

            15.47 x 0.0852

               (254)1/3

 



 

 

2.    4   0.0763

            309 0.008465

 














 
 
 
 
 
 

 

3.         An isosceles triangles ABC has its verticals  on a circle. If  AB = 13cm, BC = 13cm and  AC = 10cm ,             calculate

            a)         the height BM of the triangle

            b)         the radius of the circle, to the nearest whole cm.

 

4.         Prove that angles in the same segment of a circle are equal

5.         AGP has 6 terms.  If the 3rd and 4th terms are 28 and 56 respectively, find

            a)         the first term

            b)         the sum of the GP.

Project

            Making use of the internet facility, discuss the reason why students fail Mathematics and the remedies             (printed copies not less than ten pages should be submitted).

 

 

 

KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN

TAKE HOME PROJECT (SS 3) 2013/2014 SESSION

 

MATHEMATICS

1.         P(35oN, 150W) and Q(35oN, 35oE) are two locations on the surface of the earth.  Assuming the earth is a sphere of radius 6,400km, find correct to 3  significant figures.

            i)          the length of the chord PQ

            ii)         the distance between p and q along the parallel of latitude   

            iii)         the shortest distance between p and Q

2.         Solve the following exponential equations:

            i)          1.= 2.5

 

            ii)         =

BIOLOGY

1)         Describe the process of osmo-regulation in a  (i) named circellular organism (ii) man

2)         Describe the process of fertilization in flowering plant.

3)         State 5 differences between insect pollinated flower and wind pollinated flower.

 

VISUAL ART

1)         Design a pictorial poster for the lunch of HESCAFE; a coffee drink by Borag International            Incorporate the slogan: Be Strong and Alert.

            Colour:            Not more than three

            Size:                50cm x 40cm

2.         Make a painting of an old man sitting under a tree, telling stories to four children sitting on a mat, on a sunny day in a village.  Finish up the art piece with a suitable Frame.

 

CHEMISTRY

Question one & Two Project Work)

1.         List and describe the 20 essential amino acids

2.         Carbohydrates is classified into two; they are, simple sugar and complex sugar.

            Draw the structures of all the examples of simple sugar and complex sugar.

3)         Write the General Molecular Formula of the following with their functional groups.

             a)        Alkanols          (b)        Alkanoic acid  (c)        Alkanoates

4)         What is benzene

b)         Write out 5 physical properties of Benzene.

 

HOME MANAGEMENT

Consumer Education brings about wise spending. Discuss, by giving the Principles of wise purchase.

 

ECONOMICS

(Question one is Project Work)

1.         Nigeria has witnessed a high degree of unemployment from 1980 to date, justify this ascertion with             relevant statistical data.

2a)       Write short notes on any four mineral resources in Nigeria

 b)        Explain the economic importance of minerals to the Nigerian economy.


 

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

1a)       Discuss Paul’s teaching on Christian giving?

b)         Suggest five ways in which a Christian can manifest a sense of giving to his community?

 

GOVERNMENT

(Question one& two is Project Work)

1.         What led to the removal of Muhammed Morsi of Egypt

2.         State 10 political  implication of his removal

3.         Explain the formation, aims and objectives of organization of petroleum exporting country            (OPEC)

4.         Describe Africa as the centre piece of Nigeria foreign policy.

 

FRENCH LANGUAGE

1.         Lettre: ecrivez une letter a votre ami pour lui dire comment vous avez passes votre vacances.     (Not less than 100 words)

2.         Ecrivez sur le fonds de Nations unies pour l’enfance (UNICEF)

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

1)         State two  deficiency symptoms of each of the following nutrient elements in crops

            a)         nitrogen           (b)        phosphorus     (c)        potassium

2)         Define the following terms as used in Agricultural economics:

            a)         assets  (b)        liabilities

3)         Mention four problems encountered by farmers in obtaining Agricultural credits.

 

PHYSICS

(Question one is Project Work)

1)         Use a cardboard to construct Pinhole camera and explain how light propagates through    it.

2)         Explain the characteristics of sound

3)         Define the following terms

            a)         Threshold frequency   (b) work function

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

(Question one is Project work)

1.         Attend a House of Assembly’s meeting in your state and write not more than 1000 words on         the meeting.

 

2.         Write out all the sounds in English Language with ten examples each.

3.         Explain clause analysis .

4.         Write an essay of 450 words on Traditional Marriage in your home town.

 

LITERATURE

(Question one is Project Work)

1.         Write a short play

2.         From your study of the play The Blinkards   what are the criticisms of the social and cultural             consequences of Colonialism?

3.         Compare the poem “Myopia” by Sly Cheney Coker with Sola Owonibi’s ‘Homeless Not    Hopeless”

 

YORUBA LANGUAGE

Jiròrò  lóri igbagbó Yorubá nipa aseyinwáye àti abàmi edá

 

COMMERECE

1a)       Define Bill of Exchange promissory notes and Negotiable instruments.

b)         Explain the features, parties and advantages of bill of Exchange and promissory Notes

 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

1.         Explain Depreciation

b.         What are the causes of depreciation?

c.         Mention and explain ten depreciation methods

 

CIVIC EDUCATION (Project Work)

Explain with statistics data the causes and consequences of human trafficking in Nigeria.

 

 

 

 


FIRST TERM 2013/2014 ACADEMIC SESSION

SCHEME OF WORK (SS 2)

 

MATHEMATICS

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Logarithms:

  1. Logarithm of number less than 1 (including negative characteristics)
  2. Powers and root of numbers less than 1

WEEK 2

Logarithms:

  1. Logarithm of number less than 1 (including negative characteristics)

Powers and root of numbers less than 1

WEEK 3

Circle

  1. Chords: Angles subtended by chords
    1. In a circle
    2. At the centre of a circle

Perpendicular bisector of chords

WEEK 4

Circles (contd.)

  1. The angle which an area of a circle subtends at the centre is twice that which it subtends at any point on the remaining part of the circumference.
  2. Any angle subtended at the circumference by a diameter is a right angle
  3. Angles in the same segment are equal
  4. Angle in opposite segments are supplementary

WEEK 5

Circles (contd.)

  1. The angle which an area of a circle subtends at the centre is twice that which it subtends at any point on the remaining part of the circumference.
  2. Any angle subtended at the circumference by a diameter is a right angle
  3. Angles in the same segment are equal

Angle in opposite segments are supplementary

WEEK 6

Sine, cosine and tangents of an angle:

  1. Sine, cosine and tangent of an acute angle
  2. Use of tables
  3. Trigonometric ratios of 300, 450 and 600 without use of tables
  4. Sine, cosine and tangent of angles from 00 to 3600 (related to the unit circle)
  5. Graphs of sine and cosine (00  ≤ x ≤ 3600)

WEEK 7

Sine, cosine and tangents of an angle:

  1. Sine, cosine and tangent of an acute angle
  2. Use of tables
  3. Trigonometric ratios of 300, 450 and 600 without use of tables
  4. Sine, cosine and tangent of angles from 00 to 3600 (related to the unit circle)
  5. Graphs of sine and cosine (00  ≤ x ≤ 3600)

WEEK 8

Sequences:

  1. Patterns of sequences
  2. Determine any term of a given sequence
  3. Arithmetic Progression (A.P.)
  4. Geometric Progression (G.P.)

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Spoken English: Consonant Clusters

Comprehension: A journey for Resumption

Vocabulary Development: Register of Sports

Summary: Introduction

Structure: Generic Nouns (i)

Continuous Writing: Speech Writing for Special Purpose

Punctuation: Capital Letter (Upper Care)

WEEK 2

Spoken English: Problem of Consonant Cluster

Comprehension: Andrew’s Birthday Party

Vocabulary Development: Idioms (i)

Structure: Generic Nouns (ii)

Continuous: Writing: Speech Writing (ii)

Punctuation: Capital Letter (ii)

WEEK 3

Spoken English: Syllable – Final Consonant

Comprehension: Bride Price and Polygamy

Structure: Articles (Definite and Indefinite)

Summary: Oil Palm Industry

Vocabulary Development: Health and Medicine

Continuous Writing: Formal Letters

Punctuation: Capital Letter (Upper care)

WEEK 4

Spoken English: Unstressed Vowel

Comprehension: The Trial of a Hardened Criminal

Vocabulary Development: Figure of Speech (i)

Structure: Demonstrative Pronouns (i)

Continuous Writing: Formal Letters (Application & Requests)

WEEK 5

Spoken English: Stress in Sentences

Comprehension: Origin of Examination

Vocabulary Development: Music & Entertainment

Structure: Demonstrative Pronouns (ii)

Continuous Writing: Formal Letters (ii) (complained)

Summary: Dogs as Reliable Companions

Punctuation: The Comma.

WEEK 6

Spoken English: Mne on Two-Consonant Clusters 

Comprehension: Malnutrition

Vocabulary Development: poetry

Structure: Main & Subordinate Clauses

Continuous Writing: Formal Letters (iii) (Notices, Memos)

WEEK 7

Spoken English: Clusters on Consonants Constrict plan  

Comprehension: A care force having Driver

Vocabulary Development: Banking

Structure: Use of Who, Whom & Which

Summary: NEPA (National Electric Power Authority)

Punctuation: Commend

Continuous Writing: Advertisements.

WEEK 8

Spoken English: Three-Consonant Cluster 

Comprehension: Fizzo Soft Drinks Company

Vocabulary Development: Insurance

Structure: Noun Clauses used on Noun Phrase

Continuous Writing: Formal Letters

WEEK 9

Spoken English: Three-Consonant Cluster 

Comprehension: Deforestation of the Tropical

Vocabulary Development: Prefixes & Suffixes

Summary: Why Buildings Collapse!

Structure: Currents & Infinitives

Continuous Writing: Formal Letter (v) Exercise

WEEK 10

Spoken English: Vowels & Stress 

Comprehension: ‘War Against Cultism

Vocabulary Development: Revision & Continuous Ass.

Structure: Exercises

Punctuation: Exercises

YORUBA

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Ankoo ati Ijoyepo Faweli

WEEK 2

Ami ohun ede Yoruba: re, mi, do

WEEK 3

Ogun jija ni aye atijo

WEEK 4

Oro agbaso ati abuda re

WEEK 5

Iseda oro Oruko nipa wo mofiimu

WEEK 6

Eyan ninu gbolohun ede Yoruba

WEEK 7

Oro Asopo

WEEK 8

Eto eni lawujo ati Iwa Omoluabi

WEEK 9

Ohunje ile wa

WEEK 10

Iparoje, Isunki ati Aranmo

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Background of Women of Owu – Femi Osofisan

WEEK 2

Setting

WEEK 3

The Plot

WEEK 4

Themes/subject matter

WEEK 5

Characterization

WEEK 6

Form

WEEK 7

Storyline in Women of Owu

WEEK 8

Literary Devices

WEEK 9

Class Reading

WEEK 10

Revision

WEEK 11

Examination

 

CHEMISTRY

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

The Periodic Table

WEEK 2

The Periodic Table

WEEK 3

Calculation of Mole of Substances

WEEK 4

 

WEEK 5

Solutions: Strength of Solution

WEEK 6

Acid – Base Titration

WEEK 7

Electrolysis

WEEK 8

Electrolysis

WEEK 9

Chemical Reactions

WEEK 10

Chemical Reactions

 

ECONOMICS

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Theory of Consumer Behavior 

WEEK 2

Money/Tardy by Barter

WEEK 3

Demand and Supply of Money

WEEK 4

Quantity Theory of Money

WEEK 5

Inflation and Deflation

WEEK 6

Financial Institutions

WEEK 7

Specialized Banks

WEEK 8

Population

WEEK 9

Malthusian Theory of Population

WEEK 10

Population Distribution

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Mendel Gregor’s Laws

WEEK 2

Agricultural Extension

WEEK 3

Agricultural Extension

WEEK 4

Agricultural Extension

WEEK 5

Nutrient Cycling

WEEK 6

Nutrient Cycling

WEEK 7

Effects of Some Farmer Practices on the Soil

WEEK 8

Anathomy and Physiology of farm animals

 

COMMERCE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Money – meaning

WEEK 2

-          Money – Trade by barter,

-          Problems of Trade by barter.

-          Forms of Money – qualities and functions

WEEK 3

-          Banking – Types, central bank – functions.

-          Commercial bank – functions

WEEK 4

-          Banking contd. Mortgage bank

-          Merchant bank, development bank – their features and functions

WEEK 5

-          Types of Accounts – current Account, Saving and fixed deposit Account and their main function 

WEEK 6

-          Cheque – meaning, types partial to a cheque

WEEK 7

-          Insurances – meaning, Basic Principle of Insurable risk-indemnity and non-indemnity

WEEK 8

-          Types of Insurance, fire, accident, marine, burglary

WEEK 9

-          Insurance contd: life assurance – reasons for taking life assurance – Types of life assurance. Importance of Insurance procedures of insurance procedures for taking an insurance policy

WEEK 10

-          Credit – meaning , types and functions

 

GOVERNMENT

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Public Administration ii

Function, Features

WEEK 2

Public Administration ii

Structure, Organization, Control, Criticism

WEEK 3

Public Administration iii

Definition, Purpose, Types, Functions

WEEK 4

Public Administration iii

Control and Problem of Local Government

WEEK 5

Local Government Admin. In Nig.

Evolution and Structure, reforms

WEEK 6

Pre-colonial Administration

WEEK 7

Pre-colonial Administration

WEEK 8

Pre-colonial Administration

WEEK 9

Colonial Administration

WEEK 10

Colonial Administration

WEEK 11

Revision

WEEK 12

Examination

WEEK 13

Marking & Recording

 

PHYSICS

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Pressure and Force 

WEEK 2

Gas Laws

WEEK 3

Projectile

WEEK 4

Linear Momentum

WEEK 5

Machine

WEEK 6

Machine

WEEK 7

Equilibrium of Forces

WEEK 8

Vector Representation

WEEK 9

Work, Mechanical Energy, Conservation of Mechanical energy 

 

BIOLOGY

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

-          The Cell

-          Cell as a living unit

-          Definition & Cell Theory

WEEK 2

-          Forms in which living Cells Exist

WEEK 3

-          Structure of plant & Animal Cell & functions of their Components

WEEK 4

-          Similarities & differences between plant cell and animal cell

WEEK 5

-          The cell and its environment

-          Diffusion

WEEK 6

-          Osmosis

-          Plasmolysis

WEEK 7

-          Haemolysis

WEEK 8

-          Turgidity

-          Flaccidity

WEEK 9

-          Some properties and functions of the cell

-          Nutrition (feeding)

WEEK 10

-          Cellular Respiration

-          Excretion

WEEK 11

-          Growth

-          Cell Reaction to its Environment

WEEK 12

-          Movement

-          Reproduction

 

APPLIED ELECTRICITY

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Emission of Electrons

WEEK 2

Thermionic devices 

WEEK 3

Application of Emission

WEEK 4

Digital Electronics i

WEEK 5

Digital Electronics ii

WEEK 6

Alternating Current Circuit theory

WEEK 7

A. C Parameters

WEEK 8

Transformers

WEEK 9

Semiconductor Devices

WEEK 10

Revision

 

VISUAL ART

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Contemporary Artists

WEEK 2

Contemporary Artists

WEEK 3

Pre – Historic/early man’s art 2,000 – 7,000 BC. Stone Ages materials, Characteristics and Function

WEEK 4

Western Art from 11th to 20th century

WEEK 5

Byzantine Art

Romanesque and Gothic

Renaissance period

WEEK 6

Impressionism Art

Post Impressionist period

Cubism

WEEK 7

Egypt ion Art

WEEK 8

The Bauhaus Art

Oriental and Oceanic Art

WEEK 9

Practical on Graphic Design

WEEK 10

Practical on Basic Design

 

I. C. T

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Central Processing Unit

WEEK 2

Memory Unit

WEEK 3

Units of Measurement

WEEK 4

Logic Circuits

WEEK 5

Truth Tables

WEEK 6

Alternative Logic Gates

WEEK 7

Registers

WEEK 8

Addresses

WEEK 9

Bus

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Citizenship Education: Meaning and Importance of Civic/Citizenship Education

WEEK 2

Duties and Obligations of Citizens to their communities, Benefits of performing one’s duties

WEEK 3

Skill Necessary for Preservation of an Cultures, traditions, beliefs in Nigeria

WEEK 4

How to promote National Consciousness, national integrity and unity

WEEK 5

Capitalist Democracy

WEEK 6

Competitions for power among political parties

WEEK 7

Importance of employment in alleviating poverty

WEEK 8

Factors which promote guaranteed Employment

WEEK 9

Sources of funding for Self - Employment

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

THE BIRTH, BAPTISM AND TEMPTATION OF JESUS

WEEK 2

DISCIPLESHIP

WEEK 3

MIRACLES: NATURE MIRACLES

WEEK 4

HEALING MIRACLES

WEEK 5

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM

WEEK 6

PARABLES ILLUSTRATING GOD’S LOVE

WEEK 7

SERMON ON THE MOUNT

WEEK 8

MISSION OF THE DISCIPLES

WEEK 9

THE TRANSFIGURATION

WEEK 10

THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY AND CLEANSING OF THE TEMPLE

WEEK 11

RIVISION

WEEK 12

EXAMINATION

WEEK 13

MARKING AND RECORDING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN

FIRST TERM 2013/2014 ACADEMIC SESSION

SCHEME OF WORK (JSS 2)

 

YORUBA

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Ogun jija

WEEK 2

Litireso alohun

WEEK 3

Asa Igbeyawo

WEEK 4

Gbolohun Onibo

WEEK 5

Onka Yoruba

WEEK 6

Itoju Aboyun

WEEK 7

Akaye

WEEK 8

Litireso Ajemayeye

WEEK 9

Kika iwe Apileko

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Elements of Literature

WEEK 2

Africa – Awele Okwudarue

WEEK 3

Birthday – Awele Okwudarue

WEEK 4

Background of Moremi: The courageous Queen-Segun Chomas Ajayi

WEEK 5

The Plot

WEEK 6

Characterization

WEEK 7

Themes

WEEK 8

Class Reading

WEEK 9

Class Reading

WEEK 10

Revision

WEEK 11

Examination

 

PHYSICAL HEALTH EDUCATION

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Athletics: Track events (Sprints) Facilities, Equipment & Officials

WEEK 2

Athletics: Track events (Long & Middle distance races). Athletics Practicals

WEEK 3

Safety & Accidents: Definition of Safety, Safety Education & Accidents. Safety measures at home, play ground & on the road. Classification of accidents. Causes of road traffic accidents. Measures for Preventing road traffic.

WEEK 4

Tennis: History & development, skills, facilities, equipment, officials, rules & regulations

WEEK 5

Table Tennis: History & development, skills, facilities & equipment, officials, rules & regulations.

WEEK 6

Dramatic & Creative rhythms: Definition of rhythmic activities, classification difference between dramatic & creative rhythm. Computer games.

WEEK 7

School Health Programme: Meaning, components of School Health Programmes. FRESH approach to school health programme.

WEEK 8

Environmental Pollution: Types, effects & prevention.

WEEK 9

Games practicals (Tennis & Table tennis)

WEEK 10

Revision

WEEK 11

Examination & Recordings

WEEK 12

Examination & Recordings

 

 

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Spoken English: Vowels /i / and /i/; /a/ and /x/

Structure: Negative Statements & Questions

Vocabulary Development: Health A

Continuous Writing: Guided Composition

Punctuation: Use of Commas in Listing

Reading Comprehension: Introduction

WEEK 2

Spoken English: Falling &  Rising Intonation in Statements

Structure: Two kinds of Questions

Vocabulary Development: Health B

Continuous Writing: Guided Composition

Punctuation: Full Stops, Question Marks & Inverted Commas

WEEK 3

Spoken English: The Vowels /x / and /d/; /u:/ and /u/

Structure: Commands

Grammar: Relative Clauses without Pronouns

Vocabulary Development: Administration (i) A

Continuous Writing: Narrative (i): Linkers

Punctuation: Capital Letters

Reading Comprehension: One Pendulum to Another

WEEK 4

Spoken English: Consonant  /m/,  /n/, /i/, /r/

Structure: Question words: Who, Whose, What, Where etc

Vocabulary Development: Administration (ii) B

Continuous Writing: Narrative (ii)

Punctuation: Revision – Capital Letter (i)

Reading Comprehension: Description (of a place)

WEEK 5

Spoken English: Introduction Patterns in Commands & Questions

Structure: Requests

Grammar: Relative Clauses which Lose their Relative Pronouns & their Verbs

Vocabulary Development: Administration (ii) A

Continuous Writing: Description (i)

Punctuation: Capital Letter (ii)

WEEK 6

Spoken English: Vowels //, /:/and /Ә/

Structure: Reporting what someone else said: Statements (i)

Vocabulary Development: Administration (ii) B

Continuous Writing: Description (ii)

Punctuation: Capital Letters (iii)

Reading Comprehension: Do you have a Goal?

WEEK 7

Spoken English: Vowels /h/,  /w/ and /j/

Structure: Reporting what someone else said: Statements (ii)

Grammar: Questions

 Vocabulary Development: A Savings Account

Continuous Writing: Description (iii)

Punctuation: More about Commas

 

MUSIC

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Introduction to Origin of Music

WEEK 2

Means of Sound Production

WEEK 3

Circumstances Leading to the Origin of Music

WEEK 4

Musical Scales

WEEK 5

Early Forms of Music 1

WEEK 6

Early Forms of Music 2

WEEK 7

Early forms of Music 3 (Baroque Period to Classical Period)

WEEK 8

Related Elements in Music & Drama

WEEK 9

Practical Class: Art of Musicianship

 

BASIC SCIENCE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Family health (Diseases)

WEEK 2

Environmental Pollution (water, soil and air pollution)

WEEK 3

Environmental Pollution (water, soil and air pollution)

WEEK 4

Drug abuse

WEEK 5

Habital

WEEK 6

Habital

WEEK 7

Living things (Uniqueness of man)

WEEK 8

Living things (Uniqueness of man)

WEEK 9

Changes in matter & revision

WEEK 10

Examination

 

BASIC TECHNOLOGY

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

WEEK 2

First Aid and Materials

WEEK 3

Uses of Materials

WEEK 4

Geometric Construction of line, Angles and Circle

WEEK 5

Geometric Construction of Triangles, Quadrilaterals and Polygons

WEEK 6

Geometric Construction of plane figures

WEEK 7

Metal works Hard Tools

WEEK 8

Energy Based Technological Appliances

WEEK 9

Revision

 

VISUAL ART

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Nigerian Contemporary Artists

WEEK 2

Nigerian Contemporary Artists. Historian Background of Aina Onabolu and Akinola Olasekan

WEEK 3

Perspective (meaning and type)

WEEK 4

Perspective Terms

WEEK 5

Introduction to Painting

WEEK 6

Drawing still, life and nature

WEEK 7

Pattern and Design

WEEK 8

Pattern and Design

WEEK 9

Introduction to Graphic Design

WEEK 10

Lettering

 

I. C. T

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Classification of Computers

WEEK 2

Computer system

WEEK 3

Computer software

WEEK 4

Number system

WEEK 5

Units a storage in computer

 

 

 

 

 

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Integrity (i)

WEEK 2

Integrity (ii)

WEEK 3

Contentment (i)

WEEK 4

Contentment (ii)

WEEK 5

Discipline (i)

WEEK 6

Discipline (ii)

WEEK 7

Courage

WEEK 8

Nigeria as a Federation

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

The Early Life of Jesus Christ preparation for the coming of Jesus Christ

WEEK 2

The birth of Jesus Christ

WEEK 3

The Childhood of Jesus Christ

WEEK 4

Jesus Christ prepares for his Life’s Ministry.

The Baptism of Jesus Christ

WEEK 5

The Temptation of Jesus Christ 

WEEK 6

Jesus Christ selects His disciples

WEEK 7

Jesus Christ Welcomes all Peoples

Jesus Christ and the Elite-Nicodemus

WEEK 8

Jesus and the Rejected: The Samaritan woman

WEEK 9

Jesus Christ and the sinner: The adulterous woman

 

MATHEMATICS

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Number bases: Conversion of bases (from base ten to other bases)

WEEK 2

Binary system: Operations and applications. Conversion of bases (from other bases to base ten and base 10 to other bases). Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication of binary numbers

WEEK 3

Word Problems and its interpretation: Sum, difference and product. Expressions with fractions and problems involving equations

WEEK 4

Factorization: Removing brackets, common factors, simplifying calculation by factorization and factorization by grouping

WEEK 5

Geometrical constructions: Bisection of straight lines and angle. Construction of angles 900, 450, 600and 300

WEEK 6

Calculation using standard form.

Expression numbers in standard form, vice versa.

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division of numbers

WEEK 7

In standard form: mixed problems and standard form. Formulae and substitution. Change of subject.

WEEK 8

Similar triangles, similar, plane shapes and solid shaps

WEEK 9

Revision

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN

FIRST TERM 2013/2014 ACADEMIC SESSION

SCHEME OF WORK (SS 1)

YORUBA

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

A,B,D, ede Yoruba

WEEK 2

Silebu ede Yoruba

WEEK 3

Apola ede ninu ede Yoruba: Apola Oruko

WEEK 4

Orisun owe ati iwulo won

WEEK 5

Onka ede Yoruba lati Eedegbeta de Egbaa

WEEK 6

Akanlo ede Yoruba

WEEK 7

Aroko lorisiirisii

WEEK 8

Ihun gbolohun: abode, arubo ati alakanpo

WEEK 9

Eegun Alare: Lawuyi Ogunniran

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

General Appreciation of Literature

WEEK 2

Genres of Literature

WEEK 3

Othelo – William Shakespeare Background

WEEK 4

Characterization

WEEK 5

Themes

WEEK 6

Setting

WEEK 7

Plot

WEEK 8

Dramatic Techniques

WEEK 9

Literary Devices in Othelo.

WEEK 10

Class Reading

WEEK 11

Revision/ Examination

 

CHEMISTRY

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Definition of Chemistry: Classification of Matter

WEEK 2

Separation Techniques: Principle

WEEK 3

Underlying Separation of Mixtures

WEEK 4

Purification of Substances

WEEK 5

Particulate Nature of Matter

WEEK 6

Symbols, Formulae and Equations

WEEK 7

Symbols, Formulae and Equations

WEEK 8

Laws of Chemical Composition

WEEK 9

Calculation Based on Chemical Equation

WEEK 10

Calculations Based on reading Masses

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Land Tenure System

WEEK 2

Land Tenure System

WEEK 3

Land Tenure System

WEEK 4

Farm Survey and Farmstead Planning 

WEEK 5

Farm Survey and Farmstead Planning

WEEK 6

Farm Arithmetic

WEEK 7

Farm Arithmetic

WEEK 8

Agricultural Finance

 

ECONOMICS

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Meaning and Concepts of Economic

WEEK 2

 Basic Economic Problems of the Society

WEEK 3

Basic tools for Economic Analysis

WEEK 4

Frequency Polygon and Frequency Distribution

WEEK 5

Measures of Central Tendency

WEEK 6

Measures of Dispersion

WEEK 7

Production

WEEK 8

Division of Labour

WEEK 9

Large Scale production

WEEK 10

Production possibility Curve

 

GOVERNMENT

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Definition of the Subject matter (Government) 

WEEK 2

Government as an academic field of study

Functions of Government

WEEK 3

Basic concepts of Government Democracy, Political culture, pol.sos

WEEK 4

Basic concepts of Government.

WEEK 5

Basic concepts of Government.

Socialism, Communism, Capitalism

WEEK 6

Basic concepts of Government

Feudalism, Facism, Totalitarism

WEEK 7

Basic concepts of Government

Rule of Law, Fundamental human rights

WEEK 8

Basic Principles of Government Pol. Participation, Representative Government

WEEK 9

Basic Principles of Government

Centralization, Decentralization, Delegated Legislation

WEEK 10

Types and Characteristics of Government

WEEK 11

Revision

WEEK 12

Examination

WEEK 13

Marking

S. S. S. 1

COMMERCE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

-          Meaning and scope and functions of commerce. History of commerce

WEEK 2

-          Division of commerce – trade, aids to trade

WEEK 3

-          Occupation – types, industry, comer direct and indirect

WEEK 4

-          Production – definition: factors of production, types of production

WEEK 5

-          Production contd. – division of labour, specialization, advantages and disadvantages and limitations

-          Interrelationship between production

WEEK 6

-          Business unit – meaning and objectives of business unit. Private and public enterprises, form of business unit, sole proprietorship, advantages, disadvantages sources of funds

WEEK 7

-          Partnership – meaning, types kinds of partnership, deeds of partinership

WEEK 8

-          Partnership (contd.) formation, characteristics, advantages, disadvantages - dissolution

WEEK 9

-          Joint stock company – meaning private and public limited company – characteristics, advantages and disadvantages, formation and dissolution.

WEEK 10

-          Joint stock contd.

-          Sources of funds to public limited liability company

-          Stocks and shares documents

 

PHYSICS

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Basic Techniques

WEEK 2

Measurement of Length

WEEK 3

Measurement of Mass

WEEK 4

Fundamental of Motion

WEEK 5

Friction

WEEK 6

Determination of Coefficient of Friction

WEEK 7

Dynamics

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Spoken English: Introducing Pronunciation

Comprehension : Argungu Cultural Festival

Vocabulary Development: Fishing part 1

Structure : Sentence Structure

Summary: Introduction

WEEK 2

Spoken English: The organs of speech

Comprehension : Mac

Vocabulary Development: Proper Nouns and Common Nouns.

Continuous Writing: Narrative Essay 1

Punctuation: Full Stop

WEEK 3

Spoken English: phonation 

Comprehension : Sickle Cell Disease

Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Farming

Structure : More about Common Nouns

Summary: Identifying the sub-topic/theme of a passage

WEEK 4

Spoken English: The Vocal Track and Articulation

Comprehension: Oliha’s Embarrassment

Structure : Conuntable and Non- countable Nouns

Continuous Writing: Narratice Essay (ii)

Punctuation: The Comma.

WEEK 5

Spoken English: Passive Articulator and places of Articulation 

Comprehension : The New Yam Festival

Vocabulary Development: Exercise and Animal Husbandry

Structure : The structure of the Noun Phrase

Summary: Identifying the Key/Topic sentence of a Passage

WEEK 6

Spoken English: Places of Articulation

Comprehension : Healthy Diet

Structure : More about the Structure of the Noun Phrase (i)

Continuous Writing: Narrative Essay (iii)

Punctuation: Exclamation Mark/Question Mark

WEEK 7

Spoken English: Manner of Articulation  

Comprehension: KIM Phuc

Vocabulary Development: Traditional Religion

Structure : More about the structure of the Noun phrase (ii)

Summary: Identifying the Key/Topic sentence of a Passage

WEEK 8

Spoken English: Different types of consonant  

Comprehension : Our unusual planet

Structure : Countable Common Nouns

Continuous Writing: Informal Letter (1)

Punctuation: Quotation Marks

WEEK 9

Spoken English: The Consonants of English 

Comprehension : The Governor and the Princess

Vocabulary Development: Christianity

Structure : Determiners: Proper and

Summary: Identifying the Key/Topic sentence of a Passage

Continuous Writing: Guided Informal Letter

Punctuation: Apostrophe/Hyphen

WEEK 10

Spoken English: Consonants  Contrasts  

Comprehension : The Ear and the Mosquito

Vocabulary Development: Revision & Assessment

Structure : Revision

Summary: Revision Exercise

Continuous Writing: Revision Exercise

 

BIOLOGY

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Biology as an inquiry

WEEK 2

Living and Non-Living things

WEEK 3

Differences between plants and Animals

WEEK 4

Classification of living things

WEEK 5

Organization of life

WEEK 6

Complexity of Organization in Higher Organisms

WEEK 7

Major Sources and forms of energy

WEEK 8

Plant Nutrition

Photosynthesis and its Mechanism.

WEEK 9

Mineral Requirements of plants

WEEK 10

Nutrient Cycles and Nitrogen Cycle Animal Nutrition

WEEK 11

-          Animal Nutrition

-          Food substances & Nitrogen Cycle

WEEK 12

-          Digestive Enzymes

-          Modes of Nutrition

 

APPLIED ELECTRICITY

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Current Electricity Concept

WEEK 2

The electric Circuit

WEEK 3

Ohm’s Law

WEEK 4

Electrical energy and power

WEEK 5

Simple alternating current

WEEK 6

A.C Circuits

WEEK 7

Series Circuits  in a. c

WEEK 8

Phase relationship between I and V in a. c Circuirs

WEEK 9

Power in a. c Circuits

WEEK 10

Resonance

WEEK 11

Revision

 

 

VISUAL ART

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Nature of Art

WEEK 2

Branches of Art

WEEK 3

Careers in Art

WEEK 4

Understanding and Appreciation of Art elements – line, colour space etc

WEEK 5

Characteristics and functions of element of Art

WEEK 6

Principles of Art – Balance, Proportion Repetition etc

WEEK 7

Application of Creative and Basic design principles and processes

WEEK 8

Uses and care of Art/Craft tools and materials

WEEK 9

Drawing and painting from objects

WEEK 10

Drawing from Nature

WEEK 11

Drawing from life

 

I. C. T

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Computer System

WEEK 2

Data and Information

WEEK 3

Computer Devices (Pre-Computer Age – 19th Century)

WEEK 4

Analytical Engine

WEEK 5

Keyboard

WEEK 6

Mouse

WEEK 7

Monitor

WEEK 8

Printer

WEEK 9

Practical on MS Word

 

FRENCH

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

-          La lecture: line letter a une amie

WEEK 2

-          Les articles, pronoms complements d’objet

WEEK 3

-          Le present des verbes, Le future simple

WEEK 4

-          La lecture: Le discours d’un minister

WEEK 5

-          Composition: letter a un ami (pgs 3-4)

WEEK 6

-          Le future des verbes irreguleir

WEEK 7

-          Standard exoressions such as:

-          Avoir to noun (avoir faim)

-          La Liaison (oral – pg 12)

WEEK 8

-          Le pronom relative “ qui”

WEEK 9

-          Adjectif possessif/demunstratif

WEEK 10

-          La lecture: line jeune fille difficile

WEEK 11

-          Adjective interrogatif

WEEK 12

-          La Francophonie

WEEK 13

-          L’ imparfait/Le discours direct

WEEK 14

-          La voix passive/description d’ane personne

WEEK 15

-          La Negation / L’ expression de la negation

 

 

FURTHER MATHEMATICS

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

INDICES and LOGARITHM

  1. Laws of Indices
  2. Laws of Logarithms
  3. Change of Base
  4. Calculation in Mixed Logarithms

WEEK 2

INDICES AND LOGARITHM

  1. Laws of Indices
  2. Laws of Logarithms
  3. Change of Base

Calculation in Mixed Logarithms

WEEK 3

SURDS

  1. Surds in basic forms, Similar Surds
  2. Conjugate Surds
  3. Rationalizing the Denominators
  4. Equality of Surds
  5. Exercises on Surds

WEEK 4

SURDS:

  1. Surds in basic forms, Similar Surds
  2. Conjugate Surds
  3. Rationalizing the Denominators
  4. Equality of Surds

Exercises on Surds

WEEK 5

ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS:

  1. Factorizing quadratic trinomials
  2. Methods of completing the squares
  3. Quadratic formula
  4. Sun and product of roots of a quadratic equations

WEEK 6

ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS:

  1. Factorizing quadratic trinomials
  2. Methods of completing the squares
  3. Quadratic formula

Sun and product of roots of a quadratic equations

WEEK 7

ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS:

  1. Factorizing quadratic trinomials
  2. Methods of completing the squares
  3. Quadratic formula

Sun and product of roots of a quadratic equations

WEEK 8

SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS:

  1. One linear, one quadratic
  2. Special cases in Simultaneous equations

WEEK 9

POLYNOMIALS:

Equality of polynomials, addition and subtraction of polynomials

WEEK 10

Examination

WEEK 11

Examination

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FIRST TERM 2013/2014 ACADEMIC SESSION

SCHEME OF WORK (JS 3)

YORUBA

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Aroko pipa ni ile Yoruba

WEEK 2

Fonoloji

WEEK 3

Orisiirisii oro Oruko

WEEK 4

Itupale Litireso apileko Oloro geere

WEEK 5

Itoju ara eni ati ayika

WEEK 6

Orisiirisii oro ise

WEEK 7

Asa ati Litereso alohun Yoruba

WEEK 8

Apola Oruko ati ise re

WEEK 9

Aroko Alariiyanjiyan ati Oniroyin

WEEK 10

Kikai we Litireso apileko

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

The Ugly Ones Refuse to Die and Bravery

Figure of Speech

WEEK 2

Land of Unease – Niyi Osundare

WEEK 3

Background of the Ugly Ones Refuse to Die – Habibi Yakoob

WEEK 4

Characterization

WEEK 5

Plot

WEEK 6

Subject Matter

WEEK 7

Heart of Tears – Hunkokoe Aramide

WEEK 8

Time to Act

WEEK 9

Class Reading

WEEK 10

Class Reading

WEEK 11

Examination

 

PHYSICAL HEALTH EDUCATION

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Athletics: (Combined Events): Penthathlon, Decathlon, various events under combined events, duration of the competition of decathlon & pentathlon.

WEEK 2

Scoring the Pentathlon & Decathlon, facilities & equipment, officiating, rules & regulations

WEEK 3

Games & Sport (Hockey) History & Development, nature of the game, facilities & equipment

WEEK 4

Hockey: Officials & their duties, rules & regulations. Practical Class.

WEEK 5

Common Sports injuries & First Aid Treatments

WEEK 6

Common S ports injuries & First Aid Treatments

WEEK 7

Family Life Education: Meaning & types of families, duties, puberty, pre-marital sex, assertiveness & communication skills

WEEK 8

Ageing & Death Education; Physical Education,  Health Education Agencies & Career opportunities

WEEK 9

Traditional & Social dances. Computer game

WEEK 10

Revision

WEEK 11

Examination

WEEK 12

Examination & Recordings

WEEK 13

Examination & Recordings

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

-          Revision word stress, Comprehension

-          General guidelines summary

-          General guidelines

-          Synonyms/Antonyms

-          Letter writing

-          Concord

-          Errors on Punctuation

WEEK 2

-          Word stress – Comprehension

-          Summary – Affixes

-          Essay/letter writing – Structure

-          Errors in direct and indirect speech

WEEK 3

-          Emphatic stress – Comprehension

-          Summary – structure

-          Registers Press – spelling errors

-          Culture – idiomatic expressions

-          Formal letters – informal letters

WEEK 4

-          Mono phthongo (revision)

-          Registers on science & technology

-          Comprehension

-          Informal letters

-          Structure,

-          Spelling errors

-          Idiomatic expressions

WEEK 5

-          Intonation

-          Comprehension

-          Summary

-          Registers Motor car & Traveling

-          Insurance

-          Essay writing – Article

-          Noun clause & phrase

-          Spelling errors

WEEK 6

-          Intonation

-          Tenses: simple present tense

-          Registers: Law & social order, Government & politics

-           Adverbial clause/phrase

-          Idiomatic expression

WEEK 7

-          Consonant sounds

-          Summary

-          Argumentative essay

-          Punctuation

-          Phrasal verbs: verb + Adverb + object & verb + object + Adverb

-          Relative structure

WEEK 8

-          Consonant Clusters

-          Comprehension

-          Adjectival clause or phrase

-          Phrasal verb: verb + adverb + proposition + object

-          Idiomatic expression

-          Story writing

WEEK 9

-          Rhymes

-          Summary

-          Registers on Mineral Exploitation,

-          Power Production, Agriculture & Fishing

-          Letter writing

-          Punctuation

-          Lexis & Structure

-          Idiomatic expression

WEEK 10

-          Recognition of sounds

-          Structure

-          Adverbial, noun, adjectival tenses

-          Question tag e.t.c

2013/2014

Textbook: Ayo Banjo etal, New Oxford Secondary English Course for Senior Secondary Schools UPL PLC.

Ayo Akano (2008) Achieving Excellence on Test of Orals  

 

 

MUSIC

 

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Historical Events in Music (NIGERIAN Music)

WEEK 2

Period of Music in History

WEEK 3

Pulse/Beat

WEEK 4

Bar/Double Bar

WEEK 5

Key Signatures

WEEK 6

Time Signatures

WEEK 7

Sight Reading/Music Transcription 1

WEEK 8

Music Transcription 2

WEEK 9

Musical Term & Signs

 

TEXTBOOK

MUSIC FOR SCHOOLS BOOK THREE: By Amorelle Inanya & Glen Inanya Published by Spectrum Books Ltd

 

BASIC SCIENCE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Family traits (Genetics)

WEEK 2

Soil Erosion

WEEK 3

Deforestation and bush burning

WEEK 4

Desertification

WEEK 5

Flooding

WEEK 6

 Depletion of Ozone layer

WEEK 7

Drug abuse

WEEK 8

Metabolism in the human body

WEEK 9

Sense organs and the nervous system

 

BASIC TECHNOLOGY

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Production of word and metal

WEEK 2

Orthographic Projection

WEEK 3

Wood work Machines

WEEK 4

Metal work Machines

WEEK 5

Isometric, Oblique and perspective drawing

WEEK 6

Soldering and Brazing

WEEK 7

Friction, belt drives, Gears and Motion

WEEK 8

Electric wiring

WEEK 9

Foundation, walls and floors

WEEK 10

Doors, windows and roofs

WEEK 11

Revision

 

VISUAL ART

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Colour

WEEK 2

Colour (Properties of colour)

WEEK 3

Drawing from life

WEEK 4

Painting from Nature

WEEK 5

Graphic Art (Poster Design)

WEEK 6

Calligraphy Lettering

WEEK 7

Textile Design (wearing )

WEEK 8

Textile Design (Batik)

WEEK 9

Design (motif and pattern)

WEEK 10

Modeling

WEEK 11

Package Design

 

 

I. C. T

 

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Digital Divide

WEEK 2

Causes of Digital Divide

WEEK 3

Database

WEEK 4

Internet

WEEK 5

Search Engines

WEEK 6

Spreadsheet Package

WEEK 7

Spreadsheet Termimologoks

WEEK 8

Ms Excel

 

 

FRENCH

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

-          Conjugaison des verbs l er groupe

WEEK 2

-          La lecture Grammaire: Usage de la plupart de .., cependant el a l’air

WEEK 3

-          La lecture: Je vous presente ma famille, Grammaire: Usage de I i ya …, car, Adjeitif possessives, Emphatic pronouns   

WEEK 4

-          Grammaire: La comparaison, plus …. Que. (more than) moins … que (less than). aussi .. que, meilleur (better)

WEEK 5

-          La Lecture: Ma visite a un ancient village, vocabulaire,

-          La conjugaison des verbs reflexifs, s’appeller

-          L’usage de tous, tout, toute, toutes

WEEK 6

-          Lecture: Dans la rue de jos, vocabulaire, Grammaire, des verbs reflexify Asking one’s way, l‘usage de

-          Ou est/sont …., ou se trouve/trouvent …

WEEK 7

-          Grammaire: prepositions, devant, derriere, dans etc.

-          Pronom relative possessifs, les verbs reflexifs

-          formules de politesse

-          je voudraws/J’aimerais, Bon appetit

 

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Right Attitude to work (i)

WEEK 2

Right Attitude to work (ii)

WEEK 3

Negative Behaviour (i)

WEEK 4

Negative Behaviour (i)

WEEK 5

National Population Census (i)

WEEK 6

National Population Census (ii)

WEEK 7

Protection of Human Right

WEEK 8

Protection of the Rule of Law

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

THE HOLY SPIRIT

  1. The Promise of the Holy Spirit
  2. The Coming of the Holy Spirit 

WEEK 2

  1. The Effect of the Holy Spirit on the early Disciples
  2. The Effect of the Holy Spirit on Christians today

WEEK 3

THE EARLY DAYS OF THE CHURCH

  1. The Church in Jerusalem
  2. The Church in Samaria

WEEK 4

The Church in other parts of Palestine: LYdda & Joppa

WEEK 5

The Church in Caesarea

WEEK 6

Paul

Paul’s Early Life

WEEK 7

The Conversion of Paul

WEEK 8

Reaction to Paul’s Conversation

WEEK 9

The Christian Respond to God’s Call

WEEK 10

Revision

WEEK 11

Revision

WEEK 12

Examination

WEEK 13

Marking and Recording

 

 

 

 

KING’S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, MONIYA, IBADAN

 

FIRST TERM 2013/2014 ACADEMIC SESSION

SCHEME OF WORK (SS3)

 

MATHEMATICS

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Logarithms:

  1. Theory of logarithm e.g

Log10 y = x

Y = 10x

  1. Laws of logarithms
  2. Solving equations involving logarithms

WEEK 2

Logarithms:

  1. Theory of logarithm e.g

Log10 y = x

Y = 10x

  1. Laws of logarithms

Solving equations involving logarithms

WEEK 3

Latitudes and longitudes

(Distances along latitudes and longitudes and their corresponding angles)

WEEK 4

Latitudes and longitudes

(Distances along latitudes and longitudes and their corresponding angles)

WEEK 5

Loci:

Knowledge of the loci listed below and their intersections in 2 dimensions

(i)            Points at a given distance from a given point

(ii)           Points equidistant from two given points

(iii)          Points equidistant from two given straight line

WEEK 6

Statistics:

  1. Collection, tabulation and presentation of data and use of tally system for compilation of data
  2. Frequency table

WEEK 7

Methods of presentation of data:

Pie-chart, bar – charts, histograms and frequency polygons

WEEK 8

  1. Drawing and reading inferences from graph and interpretation of data in histograms
  2. Calculation of mean, medium, mode for both discrete and grouped data
  3. Estimation of mode from histogram

WEEK 9

  1. Drawing and reading inferences from graph and interpretation of data in histograms
  2. Calculation of mean, medium, mode for both discrete and grouped data
  3. Estimation of mode from histogram

 

YORUBA

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Eto Iselu ni aye atijo

WEEK 2

Aroko pipa ati iwulo won

WEEK 3

Leta aigbefe

WEEK 4

Agbeyewo isori oro ninu ede Yoruba bii oro ise, oro oruko, aropo oruko, afarajoruko abbl.

WEEK 5

Igbagbo awon Yoruba nipa aseyinwaye ati abami eda

WEEK 6

Agbayewo owe ni ile Yoruba

WEEK 7

Akaye

WEEK 8

Akanlo ede ninu ede Yoruba ati itumo won

WEEK 9

Agbeyewo isori oro ninu ede Yoruba; oro atokun, oro asopo

WEEK 10

Iba isele

WEEK 11

 

 

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Purple Hibiscus – Background of the text

WEEK 2

Setting

WEEK 3

Plot

WEEK 4

Themes

WEEK 5

Characterization

WEEK 6

Narrative Techniques

WEEK 7

Literary Devices

WEEK 8

Symbolism

WEEK 9

Class Reading

WEEK 10

Revision

WEEK 11

Examination

 

CHEMISTRY

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Organic Chemistry: Alkanols

WEEK 2

Ethanol

WEEK 3

Alkanoic Acid

WEEK 4

Alkanoates

WEEK 5

Carbohydrates

WEEK 6

Anides, Amino acids

WEEK 7

Metals and their Compounds

WEEK 8

Metals and their Compounds

WEEK 9

Alkali Metals

WEEK 10

Alkali Metals

 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Farm records and Accounts

WEEK 2

Farm records and Accounts

WEEK 3

Farm records and Accounts

WEEK 4

Farm Mechanization

WEEK 5

Farm Mechanization

WEEK 6

Farm Mechanization

 

ECONOMICS

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Petroleum and Nigerian Economy 

WEEK 2

Other Mineral Resources in Nigeria

WEEK 3

Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation

WEEK 4

Income Determination

WEEK 5

Circular Flow of Income

WEEK 6

Economic Development and Planning

WEEK 7

Economic Growth and Development

WEEK 8

National Income

WEEK 9

Balance of Payments

 

GOVERNMENT

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Orientation  

WEEK 2

Nigeria and the World

WEEK 3

Nigeria and the world

WEEK 4

Africa as the Centre of Nigeria Foreign Policy

WEEK 5

International Organizations

WEEK 6

International Organizations

Common Wealth of Nations

WEEK 7

International Organizations

(OPEC) Aims & Objectives

WEEK 8

Revision

WEEK 9

Revision

WEEK 10

Revision

WEEK 11

Examination 

WEEK 12

Examination/Marking

WEEK 13

Marking

 

COMMERCE

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

-          The Reception Office

-          Meaning, receptionist

-          Qualities, document handled by receptionist 

WEEK 2

-          Office Documents

-          Sales documents, Cataloque quotation, Price list etc

-          Purchases document – letter of enquiries, requisition etc.

WEEK 3

-          Right attitude to work

-          Concepts of punctuality and regularity

-          Consequences of not being punctual and regular (contd)

WEEK 4

-          Right attitude to work

-          Effect of devotion to duty on productivity & development

-          Benefit of devotion to duty

WEEK 5

-          Market

-          Meaning, types of market

-          Methods of buying

WEEK 6

-          Market (continued) retail outlets – meaning

-          Large and small scale outlets

WEEK 7

-          Channels of distribution

-          Wholesalers and their functions

-          Retailers and their functions

WEEK 8

-          Channels of distribution

-          Wholesalers and their functions

 

PHYSICS

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Radioactivity (1) 

WEEK 2

Radioactivity (2)

WEEK 3

Wave Particle, Paradox

WEEK 4

Electrolysis

WEEK 5

Alternating Current Circuit

WEEK 6

Peak and P.M.S Value of Alternating Current and Voltage

WEEK 7

Reactance and Impedance

WEEK 8

Resonance in an A.C Circuit

WEEK 9

Magnetic Field and Properties

 

BIOLOGY

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Regulation of Internal Environment

WEEK 2

Plant Hormones

WEEK 3

Nervous Co-Ordination

WEEK 4

Nervous System in Mammals

WEEK 5

The Peripheral Nervous System Se

WEEK 6

The Skin as a Sense Organ

Organ of Smell (Nose)

WEEK 7

Organ of Taste (Tongue)

Organ of Sight

WEEK 8

Organ of Hearing

WEEK 9

Reproductive System

WEEK 10

Reproductive System in Mammals

WEEK 11

-          Structure of Mammalian Gametes

-          Reproductive Systems in Flowering Plants

-          Placentation in flowering plants

-          Reproductive Behaviour

-          Courtship Behaviour in Animal 

-          Pollination in Plants

 

APPLIED ELECTRICITY

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Direct Current Circuit theory

WEEK 2

Electric Field 

WEEK 3

Electromagnetic Induction

WEEK 4

Measuring Instruments

WEEK 5

A.C Circuit theory

WEEK 6

Transformers

WEEK 7

Amplifies

WEEK 8

Revision

 

VISUAL ART

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

The Influence of African Art on western European Art

WEEK 2

The influence of European Art in Africa

WEEK 3

Oriental and Oceanic Art (The Indian Art )

WEEK 4

Oriental and Oceanic Art

Types and Characteristics forms of Indian Art

WEEK 5

Sculpture and Architecture

WEEK 6

Tourism in Indian, Cultural Festivals museum and Art Galleries.

 

 

CIVIC EDUCATION

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

Characteristics of human rights

WEEK 2

Dangers of Political apathy

WEEK 3

Public service in a democracy

WEEK 4

Civil Society and Popular participation

WEEK 5

Popular Participation

WEEK 6

Constitutional democracy and the rule of law

WEEK 7

Rule of Law

WEEK 8

Constitutional democracy

WEEK 9

Human trafficking

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

WEEK

TOPIC

WEEK 1

JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH

WEEK 2

LAW AND GRACE

WEEK 3

NEW LIFE IN CHRIST

WEEK 4

JESUS, THE SON OF GOD, CHRISTIANS ARE ALSO CHILDREN OF GOD

WEEK 5

HIMILITY

WEEK 6

FORGIVENESS

WEEK 7

SPIRITUAL GIFTS

WEEK 8

CHRISTIAN GIVING

WEEK 9

CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY

WEEK 10

DIGNITY OF LABOUR

WEEK 11

THE FAMILY

WEEK 12

EXAMINATION

WEEK 13

MARKING AND RECORDING