The table below is the JSS1 Mathematics Scheme of Work for First Term

Developed by the

### Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC)

S/N | Topic(s) | Content |

NUMBERS AND NUMERATION | ||

Sub – Theme | ||

WHOLE NUMBERS | ||

1. | Whole Numbers | Counting in: i. Millions and billion ii. Trillions ii. Quantitative Reasoning |

2. | LCM | LCM of whole Numbers |

3. | HCF | i. HCF of whole numbers. ii. LCM and HCF of given whole numbers. iii. Quantitative Reasoning. |

4. | Counting in Base 2 | Counting in groups of twos. |

5. | Conversion of base 10 numerals to binary numbers | Converting numbers to 1 – 10 to base 2. |

BASIC OPERATIONS | ||

Sub – Theme | ||

FRACTIONS | ||

1. | Fractions | i. Identifying Equivalent Fractions. ii. Quantitative aptitude. iii. Equivalent fractions. iv. Ordering of fractions. v. Conversion of fractions to decimals and vice versa. vi. Conversion of fractions to percentages and vice versa. |

Sub – Theme | ||

BASIC OPERATIONS | ||

1. | Addition and Subtraction | i. Addition and subtraction of numbers and place values. ii. Use of number line. iii. Addition and subtraction of positive and negative numbers. iv. Everyday application of positive and negative integers. |

2. | Addition and Subtraction of Fractions | i. Addition and subtraction of fractions. ii. Word problems on addition and subtraction of fractions. |

3. | Multiplication and Divisions of Fractions | i. Multiplication of fractions. ii. Division of Fractions. iii. Word problems involving multiplication and division of fractions. |

Sub – Theme | ||

DERIVED OPERATIONS | ||

1. | Estimation | i. Estimation of dimensions and distances. ii. Estimation of capacity and mass of objects. iii. Estimation of other things e.g age, time, etc. iv. Quantitative reasoning involving estimation. |

2. | Approximation | Approximating values of addition and subtraction. ii. Approximating results of multiplication and division. iii. Rounding off numbers to the nearest 10; 100; and 1000. iv. Application of approximation in everyday life. v. Quantitative reasoning. |

3. | Addition of numbers in base 2 numerals | Addition of two or three 3 – digits binary numbers. |

4. | Subtraction of numbers in base 2 numerals | Subtraction of two 3 – digits binary numbers. |

5. | Multiplication of numbers in base 2 numerals | Multiplication of two 2 – digits binary numbers. |

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