2022/2023 Second Term Biology Scheme Of Work For SS3

Biology Scheme of work

UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR BIOLOGY

CLASS: SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL THREE

TERM: SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK 1

TOPIC

General Cleaning And Revision

WEEK 2

TOPIC

Evolution

CONTENT

  1. Different castles of termites and their roles in their social life
  2. Differential castle of bees and the roles in the social life

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Learners should be able to :

  1. Describe termites as social insects
  2. State different types of termites
  3. List the features of each termite
  4. State the economic importance of termite
  5. Identify the habitat of termites and bees
  6. Describe the features of each honey bee
  7. Economic importance of honey bees.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL Photographs showing the structure of termites and bee

  1. A termite
  2. Different types of honey bee

TEACHER ACTIVITIES

  1. The teacher shows a cart and real termites: soldier, king, queen, and reproductive male and female
  2. The teacher shows charts and real honey bees drawn, queen and worker

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Learners observe the features of termite
  2. Learners draw the different types of honey bees

WEEK 3

TOPIC

Theory Of Evolution

CONTENT

  1. The theory of evolutions according to Charles Darwin, Jean Baptist De Lamarck
  2. Law of use and discussion
  3. Law of inheritance or acquired characteristic (related to the work of august women using his experiment of the mating of mice

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Learners should be able to :

  1. State the law of use and discuss according to Jean Baptist De Lamarck
  2. State Darwin’s theory
  3. State the importance that supports the evidence of evolution

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

  1. Photographs show different stages of evolution in man.
  2. Charts show the laws of evolution

TEACHER ACTIVITIES

  1. The teacher discusses the possibilities of transfer of such acquired characteristics, e.g. can a footballer should have big and developed legs even without training

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Learners note the efficiency of pronouncement made when a part of the body is inconsistent in use and discuss freely the possibilities of such traits being transferred.

WEEK 4

TOPIC

Theory Of Evolution

CONTENT

  1. Evidence of evolution
  2. Fossil records
  3. Embryology
  4. Forces Responsible for evolution mutation, genetic drift

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Learners should be able to

  1. Define fossils records
  2. Define embryology
  3. State the evidence from retrial organs, domesticated organism 

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

  1. Photographs of different embryos of vertebrates

TEACHER ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher show photograph of evolution trend in the human species e.g. homo erects
  2. The teacher provides photographs of the different embryos of vertebrates 

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Learners study both plants and animals and the similarities and differences between them

  1. Learners suggest the reason for the difference from one to the other
  2. Learners study the similarities between the skeleton of chimpanzees, gorillas, and man
  3. Learners take note of tail in man during gestation and common gill stage at are painter than the other in the life of an embryo

WEEK 5

Practicals

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