2022/2023 Second Term Economics Scheme Of Work For SS1

Economics scheme of work

UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR ECONOMICS

CLASS: SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL ONE

TERM: SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK 1

Revision Of Last Term Examination

WEEK 2

TOPIC

Business Organizations

CONTENT

Meaning and types,

Sole proprietorship and partnership.

Characteristics.

Source of fund

Advantages and disadvantages.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

The student should be able to:-

Define business organization

List types of business organization

Explain sole proprietorship and partnership.

List the various source of funds available to sole proprietorships and partnerships.

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE

Arrange a visit to a pure water manufacturing industry.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Explain business organization.

Explain the meaning of sole proprietorship & partnership.

List the features of a sole proprietorship and partnership.

List and explain the advantages and disadvantages of sole proprietorship and partnership

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Give an example of one man’s business and partnership.

WEEK 3

TOPIC

Co-Operative Societies.

CONTENT

Meaning, characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

The student should be able to:-

Define cooperative societies.

List the advantages and disadvantages of co-operative societies.

State the features of co-operative societies.

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE

Visit a cooperative society that is close to the school.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Explain the meaning of cooperative societies.

List the advantages and disadvantages of co-operative societies.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Ask the student if they have ever contribute money together and share it later.

WEEK 4

TOPIC

Joint Stock Companies

CONTENT

Private and public liability company.

Characteristics.

Advantages and disadvantages.

Contribution to the economy.

Shares, bonds, debentures, etc.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

The student should be able to:-

Explain joint stock company

Differentiate between public and private liability company

Explain the characteristic of a private and public company.

List the advantages and disadvantages.

Discuss the contribution of private and public liability companies to the economy of Nigeria.

Explain share, bonds & debentures.

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE

Arrange a visit to a business location

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Guide students to identify the difference between public and private companies.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Give examples of private and public companies.

WEEK 5

TOPIC

Public Enterprises

CONTENT

Meaning

Features

Reason for government ownership

Merit

Demerit

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

The student should be able to:-

Explain the meaning of public enterprises

States its characteristics.

State the reason why government participates in public enterprises.

Mention the advantages and disadvantages of public enterprises.

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE

Take the student to a nearby railway station

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Explain the meaning of public enterprises to the students.

List the features of public enterprises.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Give an example of public Enterprises, within their environment.

WEEK 6

TOPIC

Population

CONTENT

Definition

Determination of population size

Population growth ( increasing and ageing) declining population

The implication of size and growth of population.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:-

Define population

Explain the determination of population size and growth.

Explain the implication of the size and growth of the population.

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE

Charts and other relevant materials showing people, sex, and occupation.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Guide students to compare the population of different countries

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

State the population of their school, and families, including sex and age distribution.

WEEK 7

TOPIC

Population(Cont).

CONTENT

Theories of population e.g. Malthusian theory.

Demographic transition theory.

Population distributions 

(sex, age, occupation, geographical distribution).

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

The student should be able to:-

Explain the Malthusian theory of population.

Discuss demographic transition theory.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Guide students to differentiate between Malthusian and demographic transition theory of population.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Differentiate between Malthusian and demographic transition theories.

WEEK 8

TOPIC

Population Census

CONTENT

Definition

Importance ( use).

Problems

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

The student should be able to:-

Explain the meaning of population census.

State the importance of population census.

Identify the problem of population census.

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE

Present census figure from the national population office.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Discuss the problem that arises in conducting a population census in Nigeria.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Asking the students to perform a given task.

WEEK 9

TOPIC

Labour Market

CONTENT

Definition of labour market.

Concept of labour force.

Factors affecting the size of labour force.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

The student should be able to :-

Define labour market.

Identify and explain the concept of labour force.

Explain factors affecting the size of labour force.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Explain labour market and concept of labour force

List the factors affecting the size of labour force.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

List the number of male and female students in the class

WEEK 10

TOPIC

Labour Market

(Cont)

CONTENT

The efficiency of labour.

Factors affecting the efficiency of labour.

Mobility of labour.

Types

Demand and supply of labour.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

The student should be able to :-

Explain the efficiency of labour and factors affecting the efficiency of labour.

Explain the mobility of labour and discuss the demand and supply of labour.

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE

A chart showing infrastructural facilities that attract mobility of labour

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Plot the labor participation rate against the growth rate of the population.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Ask students to state reasons why people move from rural to urban centers.

WEEK 11

TOPIC

The Nature Of the Nigerian Economy

CONTENT

General overview

Nature and structure of industries in Nigeria; Contribution of the primary secondary and tertiary sectors.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:-

Explain the nature and structure of the Nigerian economy.

Identify and explain the relative contribution of various sectors of the economy

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE

Economic map of Nigeria

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Explain the various economic activities of the six geopolitical zones of the country with regard to agriculture and mining

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Asking the students to mention the various product produced in different zones of the country

WEEK 12 & 13

Revision And Examination

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