KLB Form 1 Mathematics Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021

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KLB Form 1 Mathematics Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021
WK. NO L / NO TOPIC / SUBTOPIC LESSON / SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES TEACHING / LEARNING ACTIVITIES MATERIALS / SOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS

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1, 2 MASS WEIGHT AND DENSITY
Mass & weight
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve problems relating to  mass & weight.
Q/A: Definition of mass and weight.
Discuss units of mass and weight.
Oral exercise on relation between mass and weight.
Beam balance
Spring balance calibrated in Newton.
KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 148-9
 
3,4 Density By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Calculate density in Kg/m3 and g/cm3
Worked examples 
Supervised practice.
Exercises.
  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 149-152
 
5 TIME.
Units of time.
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Convert units of time into S.I. unit.
Oral practice.
Written exercise.
Stop clocks / watches. KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 153-4
 
6 12 / 24 hr. system of time. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Express 12-hr. system in 24-hr. system.
Oral practice.
Written exercise.
Stop clocks / watches. KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 154-6
 
2 1, 2 Travel timetables. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Interpret travel timetables
Oral practice.
Written exercise.
Review of exercise.
Chart-Travel timetables.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 156-9
 
3 LINEAR EQUATIONS.
Simple equations.
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve simple equations with one unknown.
Worked examples.
Exercise.
Graph papers, geo-board / grid. KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 160-1
 
4 Fractions with one unknown. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve simple equations with fractions.
Worked examples.
Exercise.
  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 161-2
 
5, 6 Word problems By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve equations involving fractions and whole numbers.
Worked examples.
Supervised practice.
Exercise.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 162-5
 
 3     1 Linear equations with two unknowns,
-Elimination method.
(whole numbers)
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve equations with two unknowns using elimination method.
Worked examples.
Exercise.
Problem solving.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 165-7
 
 2, 3 Linear equations with tow unknowns,
-Elimination method.
(fraction / mixed numbers)  
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve equations with two unknowns using elimination method.
Review L.C.M equivalent fractions.
Worked examples.
Exercise.
Problem solving
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 167-9
 
 4, 5 Linear equations with two unknowns,
-Elimination method.
(Word problems)
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve equations with two unknowns using elimination method
Worked examples.
Supervised practice.
Exercise.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 167
 
 6 Linear equations with two unknowns,
-Substitution method.
(whole numbers / word equations)
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve equations with two unknowns using substitution method
Worked examples.
Supervised practice.
Exercise.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 168-170
 
4      1 Linear equations with two unknowns 
-substitution method
(fractions)
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve equations with two unknowns using substitution method 
Problem solving
Written exercises.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 168-170
 
 2 Linear equations with two unknowns 
-substitution method
(decimals)
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve decimal fractions with two unknowns using substitution method

Worked examples.
Exercises.
Supervised practice.

   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 168-170
 
 3, 4 CO-ORDINATES & GRAPHS
Co-ordinate plane.
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Label co-ordinate axis, plane.
Locate points in the C /plane given(x, y).
Review the number line.
Discussion.
Oral exercise.
Geo-boards
Graph papers.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 182-4
 
 5, 6 Plotting a graph of a line By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Identify points that a line passes through.
Plot corresponding graph.
Review solving of equation lines.
Discover several points that a line passes through.
Supervised practice on plotting of graphs.
Geo-boards
Graph papers.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 182-4
 
5       1 Further equation of lines. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Plot graphs involving fractions and mixed fractions.
Rewrite equations in the form of 
y = mx + c
Worked examples.
Review exercises.
Supervised practice.
Geo-boards
Graph papers.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 185-8
 
 2 General graphs
(whole numbers)
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Plot graphs of a given set of data, by first choosing an appropriate scale.
Worked examples.
Review exercises.
Supervised practice.
Geo-boards
Graph papers.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 189-196
 
 3 General graphs
(decimal numbers
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Plot graphs of a given set of data, by first choosing an appropriate scale.
Worked examples.
Review exercises.
Supervised practice.
Geo-boards
Graph papers.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 189-196
 
 4 General graphs
(positive and negative numbers)
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Plot graphs of a given set of data, by first choosing an appropriate scale.
Worked examples.
Review exercises.
Supervised practice.
Graph papers.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 189-196
 
 5, 6 General graphs
(Curves / word problems)
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Plot and sketch curves.
Express word problems graphically.
Worked examples.
Review exercises.
Supervised practice.
Graph papers.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 189-196
 
6        1 Simultaneous equations. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve simultaneous equations graphically
 Review graph of a line.
Exercises.
Further problem solving.
Graph papers.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 188-9
 
 2 Commercial Arithmetic
Unit price and total price
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Calculate cost of items given the unit price.
Worked examples. 
Supervised practice.
Review exercises.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 171-2
 
 3 Currency exchange By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Convert one currency to another given the exchange rates.
Informal discussions:
Importance of currency exchange.
Worked examples.
Newspapers: 
exchange rates.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 172-5
 
 4  Profit & loss By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Calculate (%) profit & loss
Q/A: Definition of marked price, cost  price.
Problem solving.
Exercises.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 175-7
 
 5  Commissions By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve problems related to commissions and sales.
Q/A: Definition of commissions
Problem solving
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 178-9
 
 6 Discounts
Word problems / miscellaneous exercise.
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve problems related to sales and discounts.
Q/A: Definition of marked price, cost  price and % discount.
Problem solving.
Exercises.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 177-8
 
       1 ANGLES AND PLANE FIGURES
Type of angles
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
List the types of angles and state angle complements / supplements.
Worked examples. 
Supervised practice.
Review exercises.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 197-8
 
 2 Angles on a straight line, adjacent angles. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Identify values of the said angles.

Oral practice.
Worked examples. 
Supervised practice.
Review exercises.

   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 199-200
 
 3 Angles at a point. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Determine values of angles at a point.
Worked examples. 
Supervised practice.
Review exercises.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 201-6
 
 4 Angles on a transversal. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Determine values of angles at transversal.
Oral practice. 
Supervised practice.
Review exercises.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 206-211
 
 5 Polygons. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Apply angle properties of triangles in problem solving.
Solve problems
Identify interior & exterior angles, deducing their sums.
   KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 218-2228
 
 6 C. A. T. 
       1 GEOMETRICAL CONSTRUCTION
Perpendicular lines.
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Construct a line,
perpendicular lines and a perpendicular bisector.
Geometrical construction Complete geometrical set.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 231-2
 
 2 Bisecting an angle. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Bisect an angle.
Guided geometrical construction Complete geometrical set.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 232-3
 
 3 Constructing special angles using a ruler and a pair of compasses only. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
To construct various special angles using a ruler and  a pair of compasses only.
Guided geometrical construction.
Supervised practice.
Complete geometrical set.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 233-4
 
 4  Constructing special angles using a ruler and a pair of compasses only.
(contd.)
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
To construct various special angles using a ruler and  a pair of compasses only.
Guided geometrical construction.
Supervised practice.
Exercises.
Complete geometrical set & BB set.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 233-4
 
 5  Parallel lines. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Construct two parallel lines
Guided geometrical construction.
Supervised practice.
Complete geometrical set.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 235-6
 
 6  Proportional division of a line. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Divide a line proportionally.
Guided geometrical construction.
Supervised practice.
Complete geometrical set.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 236-7
 
       1  Regular polygons. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Construct regular polygons and determine the sum of interior and exterior angles.
Guided geometrical construction.
Supervised practice.
Exercises.
Complete geometrical set.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 238-244
 
 2  Irregular polygons. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Construct irregular polygons and determine the sum of interior and exterior angles.
Guided geometrical construction.
Supervised practice.
Exercises.
Complete geometrical set.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 238-244
 
 3  Further constructions. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Construct triangles given two sides and an angle: three sides.
Guided geometrical construction.
Supervised practice.
Exercises.
Exercise review.
Complete geometrical set.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 238-244
 
 4  SCALE DARWING
The scale.
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Interpret statement scales and representative fractions.
Simple exercise on scales.  Maps.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 248-9
 
 5  Scale diagrams. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Interpret scale diagrams.
Discuss actual and represented lengths.
Exercise.
Maps.
Diagrams drawn to scale.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 249-250
 
 6  Bearings. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Determine the bearing of a point form a point.
Discussion & exercise. Maps.
Protractor ruler.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 251-2
 
10        1  True bearings. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
State the true bearing of a point from another point.
Discussion & exercise
Problem solving
Maps.
Protractor ruler.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 252-6
 
 2  True bearings. (Contd.) By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve problems on bearings.
Problem solving. Maps.
Protractor ruler.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 252-6
 
 3  Angle of elevation. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Define angle of elevation 
Solve problems related to angle of elevation.
Expository approach: leading to the definition of angle of elevation 
Review SOH, CAH, TOA.
Worked examples.
Exercises.
Protractor
Clinometer.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 256-262
 
 4  Angle of depression. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve problems related to angle of depression.
Expository approach: leading to the definition of angle of depression.
Worked examples.
Exercises. 
Protractor
Clinometer
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 256-262
 
 5  Angle of elevation and depression. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Solve problems related to angle of elevation and depression.
Worked examples.
Exercises.
Protractor
Clinometer
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 256-262
 
 6 Triangulation. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Define baseline, offsets
Draw baseline, offsets on plot.
Expository approach: leading to the definition of baseline, offsets
Class experiments.
Group work.
Model of parcel of land on a cardboard.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 262-270
 
11       1 Triangulation.(Contd.) By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Calculate the area using triangulation method
Problem solving.
Exercise.
Model of parcel of land on a cardboard.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 262-270
 
 2  COMMON SOLIDS
Common regular solids
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Identify and sketch common solids.
Count faces, edges and vertices of various poly-hydras.
Q/A: Definition of a solid, examples of solids.
Present solids, students count no. of faces, edges and vertices.
Common solids.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 271-4
 
 3 Isometric projection. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Sketch a solid using isometric projection.
Teacher exposes meaning of isometric projection, and then leads students in geometric construction. Geometric set & BB set.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 275
 
 4, 5 Nets of solids. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Sketch accurately nets of solids.
Teachers draws a net of a solid, then students draw nets of other solids; supervised practice. Chart-nets of solids drawn.  KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 277-281
 
 5, 6 Nets of solids. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
Make models of solids.
Teacher makes a net of one solid, and students make nets of other solids. Manilla papers
Geometrical set.
 KLB BOOK 1 
Pg. 277-281
 
 12,13         END OF YEAR EXAMS
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