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JSS2: BASIC SCIENCE - 1ST TERM

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  1. Living Things (Habitat) | Week 1, 2 & 3
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  2. Living Things (Uniqueness of Man) | Week 4
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  3. Growth and Development | Week 5 & 6
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  4. Chemicals | Week 7 & 8
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  5. Work, Energy & Power | Week 9
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1. Observation and Inference: In science, we observed things to enable us to solve scientific problems. The five sense organs (eye, ear, skin, nose, and tongue) are used for observation. This might not be accurate, some instruments and equipment have been developed to help observe things better, for example, lenses and microscopes.

2. Measurement: Measurement is the process of determining the size, quantity, or degree of something. The accurate measurement of weight, volume, time, and temperature, cannot be accurately measured by the use of human sense, unless by the use of devices. All these are done by the use of our intelligence.

3. Inquisitiveness: Man seeks to know. His desire to know more is infinite and insatiable. He always wants to find out why, how, when, what, etc.

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