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Thursday, 20 May 2021 13:40

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

 KLB Form 3 Mathematics Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021 WK NO. L/NO. TOPIC/SUB-TOPIC LESSON OBJECTIVES TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES MATERIALS/RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS 1 1 Direct variation. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Evaluate expressions involving direct variation Probing questionsWorked examplesOral exercisesWritten exercises KLB BK III Pg. 194-7 2 Inverse variation. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Evaluate expressions involving inverse variations. Probing questionsDrawing a graph showing inverse variationWorked examplesOral exercisesWritten exercises KLB BK III Pg.197-201 3, 4 Partial variation. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Evaluate given expressions involving partial variations. ExpositionWorked examplesOral exercisesWritten exercises KLB BK III Pg.201-4 5 Formulating expressions on partial variation. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Formulate expressions involving partial variations.Evaluate formulated expressions involving partial variations. ExpositionWorked examplesOral exercisesWritten exercises KLB BK III Pg.201-4 6, 7 Joint variation By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Evaluate given expressions involving joint variations. Review direct and inverse variation.Worked examplesWritten exercises KLB BK III Pg.204-5 2 1 Further joint variation. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Evaluate expressions involving joint variations and changing variables. Worked examplesWritten exercisesExercise review KLB BK III Pg.205-6 2 SEQUENCES AND SERIESSequences. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Determine the nth term in a sequenceDeduce the rule used in the sequence. Guided discoveryOral exercisesWritten exercises KLB BK III Pg.207-8 3, 4 Arithmetic sequence. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Identify an arithmetic sequenceFind unknown terms in an arithmetic sequence. Guided discoveryOral exercisesWritten exercises KLB BK III Pg.209-11 5 Geometric sequence. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Identify a geometric sequenceFind unknown terms in a geometric sequence. Guided discoveryOral exercisesWritten exercises KLB BK III Pg.211-4 6, 7 Arithmetic progression. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Find numbers of term in an A.P.Find the sum of given terms of an A.P. ExpositionSupervised practiceWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.214-16 3 1 Geometric progression. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Find numbers of term in a G.P.Find the sum of given terms of a G.P. Guided discoveryOral exercisesWritten exercises KLB BK III Pg.216-220 2, 3 Arithmetic and geometric progressions. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Work out expressions involving both arithmetic and geometric progressions. Worked examplesSupervised practice Mixed exercise Past exam papers KLB BK III Pg.216-220 4 VECTORS (II)Co-ordinates of a point in three dimensions. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:State co-ordinates of a point in three dimensions. Q/A to review co-ordinates in two dimensionsExposition of Z-axisOral exercise Wire mesh in three dimensions KLB BK III Pg.221-2 5, 6 Column vectors. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Find a column vectors given two points. Q/A to review column vector and position vectors in two dimensions.Worked examplesWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.223-6 7 Column vectors in terms of unit vectors. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Find a column vectors in terms of unit vectors. Q/A to review unit vectors in two dimensions.Worked examplesOral exerciseWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.226-8 4 1, 2 Magnitude of a vector. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Find the magnitude of a vector in three dimensions. Q/A to review magnitude of a vector in two dimensionsWorked examplesOral exerciseWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.229-230 3, 4 Parallel vectors. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Identify parallel vectors. Worked examplesOral exerciseWritten exercise Geoboard KLB BK III Pg.231-2 5, 6 Collinear points. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Show that three points are collinear. Worked examplesOral exerciseWritten exercise Geoboard KLB BK III Pg.231-2 7 Parallel vectors and collinear points. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Evaluate parallel vectors and collinear points. Worked examplesOral exerciseWritten exercise Past exam papers KLB BK III Pg.233-7 5 1, 2 Internal division of a line. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Determine the ratio a point divides a segmented line. Oral exerciseWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.237-8 3, 4 External division of a line. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Determine the ratio an external point divides a segmented line. Oral exerciseWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.238-9 5, 6 The ratio theorem. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Apply the ratio theorem. Guided discoveryWorked examples KLB BK III Pg.240-8 7 Using the ratio theorem. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Apply the ratio theorem. Guided discoveryWorked examples KLB BK III Pg.240-8 6 1 Vectors and geometry. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Apply vectors in geometry. Worked examplesOral exerciseWritten exerciseExercise review KLB BK III Pg.249-250 2 BIONOMIAL EXPANSIONS.Pascal's triangle. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Use Pascal's triangle to determine coefficients of terms of a binomial expression. Q/A to review expansion of quadratic expressionsExposition of new concepts Mathematical tables KLB BK III Pg.256-8 3 Binomial expressions. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Expand binomial expressions. Worked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exercise Mathematical tables KLB BK III Pg.256-8 4 Further binomial expressions. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Expand further  binomial expressions. Worked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exercise Mathematical tables KLB BK III Pg.258-9 5 Application of binomial expressions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Evaluate binomial expressions. Worked examplesSupervised practiceCompare results with a calculatorWritten exercise Mathematical tablesCalculator KLB BK III Pg.260-1 6, 7 Further application of binomial expressions. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Evaluate further  binomial expressions. Worked examplesSupervised practiceCompare results with a calculatorWritten exerciseExercise review Mathematical tablesCalculator KLB BK III Pg.260-1 7 1 PROBABILITYExperimental probability. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Define probability.Find experimental probability. Practical activitiesGuided discoverySimple problem solving KLB BK III Pg.262-6 2 Probability sample space. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Define a probability sample space.Determine probability sample space. Exposition leading to discovery of sample spaceSimple problem solving KLB BK III Pg.266-270 3 Theoretical probability. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Find theoretical probability form given situations. Worked examplesWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.270-2 4, 5 Mutually excusive events. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Identify mutually exclusive events.Determine the probability of mutually exclusive events. Exposition Worked examplesWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.272-4 6, 7 C.A.T & MID-TERM BREAK KLB BK III Pg.274-6 8 1 Independent events. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Identify independent events.Determine probability of independent events. Exposition Worked examplesWritten exercise 2 Mutually excusive and independent events. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Determine the probability of both independent and mutually exclusive events. Worked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.277-282 3 Further mutually excusive and independent events. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Determine the probability of both independent and mutually exclusive events. Problem solvingExercises review KLB BK III Pg.277-282 4 Tree diagrams. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Illustrate probability spaces with tree diagrams. Guided discoveryCompleting tree diagramsWorked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.282-7 5, 6 Probability using tree diagrams. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Use tree diagrams to work out probability. Guided discoveryWorked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exerciseExercise review KLB BK III Pg.282-7 7 Further tree diagrams. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Use tree diagrams to work out probability. Guided discoveryWorked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exerciseExercise review KLB BK III Pg.282-7 9 1 COMPOUND PROPORTION AND RATE OF WORKProportion. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Identify values that make continued proportional expressions. Probing questionsSimple problem solvingOral exerciseWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.288-291 2 Proportion parts. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Divide a figure in given proportional parts. Worked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.291-3 3 Rates of work. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Evaluate sums on rates of work. Worked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exerciseProblem solving KLB BK III Pg.294-8 4 Mixtures. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Work out numerical questions involving mixtures. Worked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exerciseProblem solving KLB BK III Pg.295-8 5 Rates of work and mixtures. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Work out numerical questions involving rates of work and mixtures. Problem solvingExercise review KLB BK III Pg.294-8 6 GRAPHICAL METHODS.Tables of functions. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Complete tables of given functions. Completing tables Calculator KLB BK III Pg.299-300 7 Graphs of functions. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Draw graphs of given functions. Completing tablesDrawing graphsReading off values from the graphs CalculatorGraph books KLB BK III Pg.300-1 10 1 Cubic expressions. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Identify cubic expressions.Draw graphs for cubic expressions. Completing tablesDrawing graphsReading off values from the graphs CalculatorGraph books KLB BK III Pg.300-1 2 Solutions of cubic equations. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Use graphs to find solutions of cubic equations. Completing tablesDrawing graphsReading off values from the graphsSolving equations CalculatorGraph books KLB BK III Pg.301-4 3 Average rate of change. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Determine average rate of change of a variable with another. Interpreting graphsDrawing graphsWorked examplesWritten exercise Graph books KLB BK III Pg.304-9 4 Instantaneous rate of change. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Determine rate of change of a variable at an instant. Interpreting graphsWorked examplesWritten exercise Graph books KLB BK III Pg.309-15 5 Empirical graphs. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Draw graphs from empirical situations. Drawing graphsReading off values from the graphs Graph books KLB BK III Pg.315-8 6, 7 Changing non-linear laws to linear form. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Change non-linear laws to linear form.Complete tables for linear forms. Reduction of lawsCompleting tablesSupervised practice Graph books KLB BK III Pg.318-25 11 1 Non-linear laws to linear form. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Change non-linear laws to linear form.Draw suitable graphs from the laws. Completing tablesDrawing graphsSupervised practiceWritten exercise Graph booksCalculator KLB BK III Pg.318-25 2 Equation of a circle, center origin. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Find equation of a circle with the center as the origin. Guided discoveryWorked examplesWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.325-6 3 Equation of a circle, center (a, b) By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Find equation f a circle given center (a, b) Guided discoveryWorked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.326-7 4, 5 Equation of a circle, given its diameter. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Find the equation of a circle given its diameter. Review mid-point of a vectorWorked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.326-7 6, 7 Center and radius of a circle. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Determine center and radius of a circle from an equation. Review completing the squareWorked examplesSupervised practiceWritten exercise KLB BK III Pg.328-9 END OF YEAR EXAMS
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Thursday, 20 May 2021 09:28

## KLB Form 1 Agriculture Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021

 KLB, Longhorn and Cert. Agric. Form 1 Agriculture Schemes of work Term 3 2020/2021 WK NO. L/NO. TOPIC/SUB-TOPIC LESSON/SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES MATERIALS/RESOURCES REF. REM. 1 1-2 Methods of making organic manure By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Describe the methods of making organic manure Discussion.Compost manureGreen manureFYMProcedure of making manure. Compost manureGreen manureFYM KLB Pg.149-150CERT. AGRIC. Pg.114-116LONGHORN PG. 148 3 Quality of FYM. State factors influencing quality of FYM Detailed discussionQ/A proper storage of FYM FYM KLB Pg.149CERT. AGRIC. Pg.116 2 1 LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION IImportance of livestockLivestock types and breeds To state the importance of livestock.To define the terms livestock, livestock breed and livestock type. Q/A ExpositionDefinition of livestock breeds and types Livestock products and by-products KLB Pg.155CERT.118 AGRIC. Pg.LONGHORN PG.152 2 Dairy cattle To define key parts of a cowTo identify characteristics of dairy cattleTo describe various breed of dairy cattle. Drawing and labelling a cowQ/A: Characteristics of dairy cattle. Chart-key parts of a cow KLB Pg.159CERT. AGRIC. Pg.120 3 Breeds of dairy cattle To describe common breeds of dairy cattle. Brief discussion on characteristics, origin of Jersey, Guernsey, Friesian, Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, etc. Wall chart-breeds of dairy cows KLB Pg.159-162CERT. AGRIC. Pg.120-122LONGHORN PG.152 3 1 2 Beef cattle To identify major parts of a beef animalTo identify general characteristics of beef cattle Drawing and labelling a beef cow Charts- a beef animal KLB Pg.162-163CERT. AGRIC. Pg.123-127 3 Breeds of beef cattle To describe various breeds of beef cattle Brief discussion: Hereford, Aberdeen, Angus, Charolais and Galloway Wall charts - beef cattle KLB Pg.163-164CERT. AGRIC. Pg.123-127 4 1 2 Dual-purpose cattle To identify dal purpose cattle (both exotic and indigenous)To state the characteristics of dual-purpose cattle breeds Discuss the characteristics of Sahiwal, Red Poll and Zebu (East African Zebu) Photographs of dual purpose cattle breeds KLB Pg.164-165CERT. AGRIC. Pg.127-128 3 SheepBreeds of wool sheep To name the key parts of a sheepTo name breeds of wool sheepTo state characteristics of each breed of wool sheep Identifying and stating the characteristics of Merino sheep. Rambouillet and Suffolk Chart - key parts of a sheepWall chart - breeds of wool sheep KLB Pg.174CERT. AGRIC. Pg.129-133LONGHORN PG.164 5 1 2 Mutton sheep breeds To name breeds of mutton sheepTo state the characteristics of each bred of mutton sheep Identifying and stating characteristics of the Dorper, Black head Persian sheep, Masaai sheep and Somali sheep Wall charts - breeds of mutton sheep KLB Pg.176-177CERT. AGRIC. Pg.132 3 Dual-purpose sheep. To name breeds of dual-purpose sheepTo state characteristics of each breed of dual purpose sheep Assignment method:Stating characteristics of Romney Marsh, Corriedale and Hampshire Down Wall Chart - dual purpose sheep breeds KLB Pg.178CERT. AGRIC. Pg.133-134 6 1 Breeds of meat goats To name and state characteristics of breeds of meat goats Highlight the characteristics of: Galla goat, Boar goat 2 Breeds of milk goats To name and state characteristics of breeds of milk goatsTo state characteristics of Angora goat. Highlight the characteristics of Toggenburg goat, Saanen, Jamnapuri goat etc. Wall chart - milk and meat goats KLB Pg.180CERT. AGRIC. Pg.135-137LONGHORN PG.169 3 Pig breeds To name key parts of a pigTo identify breeds of pigs and their characteristics Highlight briefly the characteristics of Large White, Ladrace, Hampshire and others Chart - key parts of a pigWall chart - Major pig breeds KLB Pg.166-171CERT. AGRIC. Pg.139-140LONGHORN PG.174 Breeds of rabbits To name key parts of a rabbitTo identify breeds of rabbits and their characteristics Briefly discuss the typical conformation and characteristics of New Zealand White, the California White, the Chinchilla and Ear-lops Chart - Key parts of a rabbitWall chart - rabbit breeds KLB Pg.184-185CERT. AGRIC. Pg.141-143LONGHORN PG.183 7 1 Chicken breeds To name key parts of a chickenTo list characteristics of pure breed chickens Drawing and labelling.Assignment method: Leghorn, Rhode Island red, Australop, Light Sussex, Plymouth Rock etc. Chart - key parts of a chicken KLB Pg.172-174CERT. AGRIC. Pg.143-146LONGHORN PG.178 2 Chicken hybrids To state advantages of hybrids over pure breeds Q/A brief discussion 3 Camel breeds To identify the two major camel breeds ExpositionDiscussionExcursion Photographs of camel breeds KLB Pg.185-186CERT. AGRIC. Pg.185-186LONGHORN PG.182 8 1 AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS IIntroduction To define the terms economics and agricultural economics Probing questions and discussion KLB Pg.189CERT. AGRIC. Pg.149LONGHORN PG.190 2 Basic economic principles To explain basic concepts of economics Discussion at length on the following:Scarcity and choiceOpportunity cost and preference KLB Pg.189-190CERT.150 AGRIC. Pg.LONGHORN PG.190 3 Importance of farm records To describe the importance of keeping accurate up-to-date farm records Q/A and explanation of importance of farm records Specimen farm records KLB Pg.190-191CERT. AGRIC. Pg.150LONGHORN PG.192-194 9 1 Types of farm recordsInventory and financial records To describe inventory records and financial records. Probing questions and discussion Sample of records / charts KLB Pg.192CERT. AGRIC. Pg.152LONGHORN PG.160 2 Labor records and production records To describe labor records and production records and their components Probing questions and discussion Labor records and production records KLB Pg.198 and 192CERT. AGRIC. Pg.152LONGHORN PG.160 3 Livestock production recordsBreeding records To identify components pf animal breeding records Q/A: Components of breeding records.Group work:Components of breeding records of a cow in tabular formComponents of breeding records of a sow Livestock breeding records KLB Pg.194CERT. AGRIC. Pg.154LONGHORN PG.200 10 1 Feeding recordsHealth records To explain the importance of feeding recordsTo represent feeding details in a tabular formTo identify details of animal health records Probing questions and discussion Chart - sample of animal health records KLB Pg.196-197CERT. AGRIC. Pg.158-159 2-3 Livestock production records To state importance of keeping accurate livestock production recordsTo identify necessary details of livestock production records Discussion: milk production record/egg production recordPractical activity:Design milk production/egg production records Livestock production records KLB Pg.192CERT. AGRIC. Pg.152LONGHORN PG.160 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT TEST
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Thursday, 20 May 2021 08:12

## KLB Form 1 Physics Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021

 Comprehensive Secondary Physics, Secondary Physics KLB, Principles of Physics, Golden Tips and Teacher's Book Form 1 Physics Schemes of work Term 3 2020/2021 WK NO. L/NO. TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCES REMARKS 1 1-4 REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM'S EXAMS 2 1-2 Electrostatics Charging materials by induction and contact By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Explain the charging of materials by induction and contact.Describe origin of charge.State the law of charge. DemonstrationsDiscussionsExperiments Polythene bagsThrustGlass rod Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.89Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.245-250Golden Tips Physics Pg.133-134Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.264 3-4 Electrostatics Laws of charge By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Describe the electrostatic charge.Explain the electrostatic charge. State types of charge. DiscussionsExperimentsObservations RubberPiece of paperGlassAmberSilk materialFarElectroscope Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.89-91Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.245-248Golden Tips Physics Pg.133Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.509-510 3 1-2 Electrostatics The leaf electrode By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:State the unit of charges and construct leaf electroscope. Discussing.Constructing an electroscope.Experiment Leaf electroscopeGlass rod Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.91-92Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.251-252Golden Tips Physics Pg.133Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.511 3-4 Electrostatics Charging an electroscope by contact. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Charge an electroscope by contact. DemonstrationDiscussionsExperiments ElectroscopeGlass rodEbonite rod Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.94-96Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.249-250Golden Tips Physics Pg.134Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.512 4 1-2 Electrostatics Charging an electroscope by induction. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Charge an electroscope by induction. DescriptionsDiscussionsExperiments ElectroscopeGlass rodEbonite rod Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.94-96Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.248-249Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.513-515 3-4 Electrostatics Charging an electroscope by separation. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Charge an electroscope by separation. DescriptionsDiscussionsExperiments Rods of conductors and non-conductorsElectroscopeTiles Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.96-97Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.250-251 5 1-2 Electrostatics Charging an electroscope by EHT source. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Charge an electroscope by EHT source. DemonstrationDiscussionsExperiments Rods of conductors and non-conductorsElectroscopeTiles Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.97Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32 3-4 Electrostatics Revision By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:answer questions on electrostatics Questions and answers ChalkboardText books Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.259-260Golden Tips Physics Pg.138-139Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.527-530 6 1-2 Cells and Simple Circuits Sources of continuous current By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:State the sources of continuous current ExperimentsDiscussionsDemonstration CellsAcidsFruitsSolar panelsPetroleum products Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.99-100Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.261-265Golden Tips Physics Pg.140Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.408-409 3-4 Cells and Simple Circuits Connecting an electric circuit By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Draw and set up a simple electric circuitIdentify circuit symbols Identify circuit symbolsDiscussionsDemonstrationsExperiments CellsWiresBulbsCharts on circuit symbols Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.99-101Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.266-273Golden Tips Physics Pg.140Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.408-409 7 1-2 Cells and Simple Circuits Connecting an electric circuit By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Define electric currentExplain the working of a cellConnect cells in series and parallelMeasure the effective E.M.F MeasuringDiscussionsDemonstrationsExperiments CellsConnecting wiresBulbs Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.100-101Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.241-273Golden Tips Physics Pg.140-143 3-4 Cells and Simple Circuits The measuring of E.M.F By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Measure E.M.F MeasuringDiscussionsDemonstrationsExperiments AmmeterVoltmeterSwitch Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.101-102Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.264Golden Tips Physics Pg.143Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.409 8 1-2 Cells and Simple Circuits Conductivity of materials By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Investigate the electrical conductivity of materials CalculatingTestingConductivityExperiments ConductorsNon-conductors Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.101-103Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.273-275 3-4 Cells and Simple Circuits Measuring current in a circuit By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Measure the current in a circuit MeasuringExperimentingCalculating VoltmeterAmmeterSwitch Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.101-103Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.266-269Golden Tips Physics Pg.142 9 1-2 Cells and Simple Circuits Primary cells By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Describe the working of primary cellsExplain the defects of primary cellsExplain how to care for a primary cell DiscussionExperimentsExplaining the defects of primary cells Primary cells Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.104-106Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.276-280Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.409-414 3-4 Cells and Simple Circuits Measuring E.M.F in a primary cell By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Measure E.M.F in a primary cell ExperimentsDiscussionsDemonstrationsMeasuring Primary cellsVoltmeterSwitch Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.106Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.276-280Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.409-414 10 1-2 Cells and Simple Circuits Secondary cells By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Charge a secondary cellDischarge a secondary cellTake care of a secondary cell Explanation on charging and maintenance of simple cells Secondary cells Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.106-109Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.280-284Golden Tips Physics Pg.140 3-4 Revision By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Answer question on cellsAnswer questions on circuits DiscussionsDemonstrationsAsking questionsAnswering questions Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.287-288Golden Tips Physics Pg.150-151Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.422-423 11 END OF TERM EXAMS 12 REPORTS MAKING AND CLOSURE
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Thursday, 20 May 2021 06:44

## KLB Form 1 Business Education Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021

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Thursday, 20 May 2021 06:02

## KLB Form 1 Geography Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021

 KLB Book 1 Schemes of work Geography Form 1 Term 3 2020/2021 WK NO. L/NO. TOPIC/SUB-TOPIC LESSON/SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE TEACHING/LEARNING ACRTIVITIES MATERIALS/RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS 1 1-2 Actual field study. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Conduct a field study. Identify the problem and objectives.Prepare for the study.Visit the area of study.Gather data using suitable methods. Questionnaires,Cameras,Labels,Etc. KLB BK I Pg. 88-92 3 Interpretation of data collected. Analyze the collected data. Synthesis the data collected.Plot relevant graphs.Answer questions. KLB BK I Pg. 88-92 2 1 MINERALS AND ROCKS. Characteristics of minerals. List down the characteristics of minerals. Q/A: list down examples of minerals.Brief discussion of their general characteristics. KLB BK I Pg. 94-96 2 Igneous rocks. Describe formation of igneous rocks.Differentiate between intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks.Give examples of igneous rocks. Brief discussion. Exposition and detailed discussion. KLB BK I Pg. 96-99 3 Sedimentary rocks. State characteristics of sedimentary rocksGive examples of sedimentary rocks formed in different ways. Exposition of factual information.Detailed discussion. KLB BK I Pg. 99-100 3 1 Formation of sedimentary rocks. Describe formation of sedimentary rocks. KLB BK I Pg. 100-2 2 Metamorphic rocks. Describe forms of metamorphism that lead to the formation of metamorphic rocks. Exposition and detailed discussion. Chart: match original and metamorphic rocks. KLB BK I Pg. 102 3 Distribution of rocks in Kenya. Account for the distribution of rocks in Kenya. Descriptive approach.Examine a map showing distribution of rocks. KLB BK I Pg. 104-6 4 1 Significance of rocks and minerals. Explain the significance of minerals and rocks to mankind. Brainstorming.Q/A and brief discussion. KLB BK I Pg. 107-8 2, 3 Fieldwork on rocks. Carry out a fieldwork study on rocks. Collect, examine and classify rocks.Answer related problems. KLB BK I Pg. 109-110 5 1 MINNING. Occurrence of rocks. Describe occurrence of minerals in various forms. Exposition and descriptive approaches. KLB BK I Pg. 110-111 2 Exploitation of minerals. Explain factors affecting the exploitation of minerals. Probing questions and brief discussion. KLB BK I Pg. 111-112 3 Methods of mining. Describe various methods of mining. Exposition of new concepts and brief discussion. KLB BK I Pg. 112-3 6 1 Methods of mining. (Contd.) Describe various methods of mining. Exposition of new concepts and brief discussion. KLB BK I Pg. 113-4 2 Types of minerals. Give examples of metallic, non-metallic and energy minerals. Brief discussion. KLB BK I Pg.  116 3 The distribution of minerals in East Africa. Locate major minerals sites on the map of East Africa. Draw the map of East Africa and locate major mineral sites. Map of East Africa showing the distribution of minerals. KLB BK I Pg. 116-7 7 1 C.A.T. 2 Significance of minerals in Kenya. Outline ways in which Kenya has benefited from the exploitation of minerals. Probing questions and brief discussion. KLB BK I Pg. 115 3 Problems of mining in Kenya. Identify problems facing the mining industry in Kenya. Q/A and brief discussion. KLB BK I Pg. 118 8 1 Effects of mining on the environment. Explain adverse effects of mining on the environment. Q/A and brief discussion. KLB BK I Pg. 118-9 2, 3 Trona on lake Magadi. Describe the occurrence, exploitation and processing of Trona on Lake Magadi. Exposition and descriptive approaches.Assignment. KLB BK I Pg. 120 9 1, 2 Diamonds in South Africa. Describe the distribution and exploitation of gold and diamond in South Africa. Exposition and descriptive approaches. KLB BK I Pg. 121 3 Gold in Africa. Describe the distribution and exploitation of gold and diamond in South Africa.Highlight problems encountered during exploitation of gold in South Africa. Exposition.Brief discussion. KLB BK I Pg. 123-4 10 1 Petroleum in the Middle East- Iraq and Iran. Describe oil distribution and exploitation of petroleum in the middle east Exposition and descriptive approaches.Assignment. KLB BK I Pg. 125 2 3 Petroleum in the Middle East- Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. Describe oil distribution and exploitation of petroleum in the middle east Exposition and descriptive approaches.Assignment. KLB BK I Pg. 126 11 1 2, 3 Problems facing the petroleum industry. Highlight major problems facing the petroleum industry. KLB BK I Pg. 127 12-13 SUMMATIVE ASSESMENT TEST
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Wednesday, 19 May 2021 13:17

## KLB Form 1 CRE Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021

 KLB Book 1 Schemes of work CRE Form 1 Term 3 2020/2021 WK/NO. L/NO. TOPIC/SUB-TOPIC LESSON/SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS 1 1-2 AFRICAN RELIGIOUS HERITAGEConcept of God. By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:  Give an outline of the attributes of God as understood by African people. Brainstorming.Exposition.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 135-9 3 The spirits. Draw the hierarchy of spirits.State the characteristics common to spirits. Brainstorming.Exposition.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg.139-140 2 1 Hierarchy of beings. Identify categories of the hierarchy of beings.Describe the relationship between God and human beings. Brainstorming.Exposition.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 139-141 2 Relation between living and non-living. The role of God. Outline the relationships between human beings and plants.Between human beings and non-living things.Identify the role of God. Oral questions.Brief discussion. KLB Book I Pg.141-5 3 The role of spirits and the role of ancestors. State the role of spirits and ancestors. Brainstorming.Exposition.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg.146-7 3 1 Responsibility of the living towards God. Describe traditional African expression worship. Brainstorming.Exposition.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 147-150 2 Responsibility of the living towards the spirits and ancestors. Discuss veneration of ancestors. Exposition.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg.150 3 Communication with the spirits. Outline ways through which human beings communicate with spirits. Brainstorming.Exposition.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg.151-2 4 1 MEANIND AND WHOLENESS OF LIFE IN T.A.S. Introduction.Definition of a community. Give various aspects of life.Define a community.Describe the social organization of African society. Brainstorming.Oral questions.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg.153-6 2-3 African concept of kinship. Describe the African view of kinship. Drawing a kinship tree diagram.Probing questions.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 156-9 5 1-2 Harmony and mutual-responsibility in the African community. Outline factors contributing to harmony and mutual responsibility in the African community. Brainstorming.Oral questions.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg.159-162 3 TEST & MID-TERM BREAK 6 1 2-3 RITES OF PASSAGE AND MORAL VALUES. The role of rites of passage.Identify some rituals associated with birth and naming. Outline the role of rites of passage.Identify some rituals associated with birth and naming. Guided discussion.Oral questions. KLB Book I Pg. 164-5 7 1 Initiation rites. Explain the importance of initiation rites. Oral questions.Detailed discussion. KLB Book I Pg.167-9 2 Marriage rites. Outline the significance of marriage. Brainstorming.Probing questions.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg.169-170 3 Death rites. Identify some death rites practiced in some communities. Open discussion. KLB Book I Pg.170-2 8 1-2 Role of rites of passage. Outline roles of rites of passage in inculcating moral values. Brainstorming.Probing questions.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg.172-5 3 Religious specialists in the African community. Highlight role of African religious specialists in African communities. Give examples of specialists and discuss their roles. KLB Book I Pg.176-180 9 1-3 AFRICAN MORAL VALUES. Morality and virtues. Define the terms morality and virtue.Identify some important moral values. Brainstorming.Probing questions.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg.182-9 10 1-3 Continuity and change of some aspects of traditional African culture. Identify some African cultural aspects that have (NOT) undergone change. Probing questions discussing changes regarding community land, property ownership and worship trends. KLB Book I Pg.189-196 11 1-3 Continuity and change of some aspects of traditional African culture. Identify African cultural aspects that have  (NOT) undergone change. Probing questions.Discussion on changes regarding medicine, mode of dressing and bride-price. KLB Book I Pg.196-200 12-13 END OF TERM THREE EXAMS
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Wednesday, 19 May 2021 12:28

## KLB Form 1 Biology Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021

 KLB Form 1 Biology Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021 WK NO. L/NO. TOPIC/SUB-TOPIC. LESSON/SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES. TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES. RESOURCES/MATERIALS. REFERENCES. REMARKS 1 1 Test for lipids. By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: Describe experiments to show the presence of lipids. Group experiments.Making observations.Drawing conclusions. Fat / oil, ethanol, filter paper. KLB Book I Pg. 64 2 Proteins - constituents and functions. Identify constituents of proteins.State functions of proteins. Exposition of new concepts.A brief discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 3, 4 Test for proteins. Describe experiments to show the presence of proteins. Group experiments.Making observations.Drawing conclusions. Na OH solution, egg, albumen or milk, test tubes, droppers, CuSo47 solution. KLB Book I Pg. 2 1,2 Enzymes. Define an enzyme.Differentiate between intracellular and extracellular enzymes.Identify common enzymes. Exposition of new concepts.A brief discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 3, 4 Enzymes and temperature. Illustrate graphically the effect of temperature on enzyme activity. Group experiment.Analyze the observations made. Benedict's solution, iodine, water bath, thermometer, starch powder, amylase and graph paper. KLB Book I Pg. 67-68 3 1 Enzymes and PH. Illustrate graphically the effect of PH on enzyme activity. Group experiment.Analyze the observations made.Sketch graphs to represent the observations made. Graph papers. KLB Book I Pg. 68 2 Enzymes and substrate concentration. Explain the effect of substrate concentration on the rate of enzyme activity. Probing questions and brief discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 69 3 Importance of enzymes. Discuss the importance of enzymes. Q/A and brief discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 69-70 4 Enzyme inhibitors. Describe an enzyme inhibitor.Describe various enzyme competitive inhibitors. Probing question and exposition of new ideas. KLB Book I Pg. 69 4 1 Nutrition in animals.Heterotopic mode of nutrition. Describe various modes of heterotrophic nutrition.Differentiate between heterodonts and homodonts. Exposition of new ideas coupled with probing questions. Specimens of various sets of teeth. KLB Book I Pg. 72-73 2, 3 Dental formula. Identify components of a dental formula.Relate dental formulas with feeding habits of animals. Probing question, exposition of new ideas and discussion.Compare definition of carnivores, herbivores and omnivores. Jawbones of rabbit, sheep, dog.Picture of human skull. KLB Book I Pg. 73-74 4 Structure of a tooth. Draw and label vertical section of teeth. Drawing and labelling. Charts showing vertical section of teeth. KLB Book I Pg. 5 1 2, 3 Dental diseases. Identify common dental defects and diseases. Open discussion on oral hygiene.Brief discussion on dental caries and periodontal. Photograph of teeth with dental disorders. KLB Book I Pg. 77-78 4 C.A.T. 6 1, 2 Digestive system in animals.Introduction.The digestive system. Define ingestion. digestion, mastication and egestion.Draw and label the digestive tract. Q/A and brief discussion.Drawing and labelling. Chart showing the digestive system. KLB Book I Pg. 78-79 3 Digestion in the mouth.Digestion in the stomach. Describe digestion of food in the mouth and in the stomach. Probing questions.Exposition of new ideas.Brief discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 77-80 4 7 1 Digestion in the duodenum. Describe the digestion of food in the duodenum. Exposition of new ideas.Brief discussion. Cooking oil, NaHCO2 KLB Book I Pg. 80 2 Emulsification of fats. Describe simple experiments to show emulsification of fats. Teachers demonstration. Discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 81 3, 4 Digestion in the ileum. Describe digestion of food in the ileum. Probing questions.Exposition of new terms.Brief discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 81 8 1 Food absorption. Explain adaptive features of the ileum. Drawing and labelling of diagrams.Discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 83-84 2 Food assimilation and egestion. Identify the forms in which food is assimilated. Probing questions.Brief discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 84 3 Vitamins. List down types of vitamins and their sources. Copying a table of vitamins, their sources, functions and deficiency symptoms. KLB Book I Pg. 85-86 4 Test for vitamin C. Carry out an experiment to test for vitamin C. Group experiments and making analytical inferences. KLB Book I Pg. 87 9 1, 2 Mineral salts. Classify mineral salts.Explain importance of minerals. Q/A and brief discussion.Copy a table showing type of mineral, the source and the function in the body and deficiency symptoms. Substrates, DCPIP, ascorbic acid. KLB Book I Pg. 87 3, 4 Energy requirements in humans. State and explain factors affecting food intake. Probing questions and brief discussion. KLB Book I Pg. 87 END OF TERM THREE EXAMS
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