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KLB Form 2 Mathematics Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021
SCHEME OF WORK FORM TWO MATHEMATICS TERM THREE YEAR 2020/2021  
WK/ NO.  L/NO.  TOPIC/ SUBTOPIC  LESSON/SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES  TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES  MATERIALS/ RESOURCES  REFERENCES  REMARKS 
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1

INEQUALITIES Compound inequalities. 
The learner should be able to: Illustrate compound inequalities on a number line 
Give examples of compound statements and illustrate them on a number line. Oral exercise; Written exercise. 
Geoboard. Graph papers. 
KLB BK II Pgs. 2178 

2 
Simultaneous inequalities. 
Solve simultaneous inequalities and determine the integral values in the requires region 
Q/A: Solve each inequality at a time, hence find the common solution/ integral values. Supervised practice. Exercise. 
Geoboard. Graph papers. 
KLB BK II Pgs. 2178 

3  Graphs of simple inequalities  Represent inequalities graphically. 
Q/A: Review equations of lines and their graphical representation Examples & Exercise. 
Illustrative charts. 
KLB BK II Pgs. 219223 

4  Inequality from a given graph.  Find the inequality represented by a graph. 
Worked examples; Exercise and review 
KLB BK II Pgs. 219223 

5  Graphs of compound inequalities.  Represent compound inequality statements graphically 
Review simple statements, represent them graphically and obtain the required region; Worked examples; Written exercise; Exercise review. 
Geoboard Graph papers.

KLB BK II Pgs. 224228 

6  Inequality statement from graphs.  Determine the statements that are represented graphically. 
Worked examples. Supervised practice. Exercise. Problem solving 
Graph papers 
KLB BK II Pgs. 224228 

2  1 
LINEAR MOTION Parameters of motion 
Define speed, velocity, distance, displacement and acceleration. Calculate parameters of motion  Q/A: definitions of terms. Deduce formulae of definitions. Worked examples. Exercise. 
Geoboard Graph papers. 
KLB BK II Pgs. 228230  
2  Velocity and acceleration  Calculate velocity and acceleration motions  Probing questions. Worked examples; Exercise.  Graph Papers  KLB BK II Pgs. 2301  
3  Distance time graphs.  Plot and interpret distance time graphs.  Probing questions. Worked examples; Exercise.  Graph Papers 
KLB BK II Pgs. 224228 

4  Velocity time graphs. 
Plot and interpret velocity time graphs. Make inferences from graphs. 
Worked examples. Oral exercise; Written exercise; Exercise review. 
Geoboard Graph papers. 
KLB BK II Pgs. 224228 

5  Approaching bodies  Solve problems on relative speed of approaching bodies.  Worked examples. Exercise.  KLB BK II Pgs. 238  240  
6  Overtaking bodies  Solve problems on relative speed of overtaking bodies.  Worked examples. Oral exercise; Written exercise; Exercise review.  KLB BK II Pgs. 238  240  
3  1  Bodies moving in opposite directions.  Solve problems on relative speed of bodies moving in opposite directions.  Worked examples. Oral exercise; Written exercise; Exercise review.  KLB BK II Pgs. 238  240  
2  STATISTICS Frequency distribution table. 
Define statistics. Explain importance of statistics. Draw a frequency distribution table.  Q/A: Given examples of data that need to be organized to give information. Discuss importance of statistics. Activity; Shoe size no of students table. Tabulation of results.  Statistical data from real life situations e.g. HIV/AIDS figures.  KLB BK II Pgs. 2412  
3  Mean  Define statistical mean of a set of data. Find median of a given set of data.  Worked examples; Supervised practice. Exercise  KBL BK II Pgs. 243 4  
4  Mode and Median  Define mode and median of a set data. Find median of a given set of data.  Arranging data in ascending order and finding the median. Exercise.  KLB BK II Pgs. 2445  
5  Median  Find median of a given set of data.  Arranging data in ascending order and finding the median. Exercise.  KLB BK II Pgs. 2447  
6  Classes of data.  Define class and class range. Group data into reasonable classes.  Group activity  Involve students in identifying suitable class range, and grouping the data.  KLB BK II Pgs. 2447  
4  1  Mean of grouped data.  Find mean of grouped data.  Examples; Problem solving  KBL BK II Pgs. 247252  
2  Median of grouped data.  Find median of grouped data.  Worked examples. Exercise  KBL BK II Pgs. 247252  
3  Problems on grouped data.  Solve problems on grouped data.  Problem solving.  KBL BK II Pgs. 247252  
4  Bar graphs  Represent information in form of bar graphs.  Examples; Written exercise and review.  Charts  KLB BK II Pgs. 2523  
5  Interpreting bar graphs  Interpret information represented with bar graphs  Examples; Written exercise and review.  
6  Pictograms  Deduce information represented with pictures. Represent information in a pictogram.  Oral exercise.  Charts 
KLB BK II Pgs. 253


5  1  Piecharts  Represent comparative information in form of pie charts  Q/A: Supervised exercise. Written exercise.  Piecharts  KLB BK II Pgs. 2545  
2  Interpreting piecharts.  Deduce information represented within.  Q/A: Supervised exercise. Written exercise.  Piecharts  KLB BK II Pgs. 2545  
3  Line graphs.  Draw line graphs.  Guided activity; Supervised exercise.  
4  Line graphs.  Interpret line graphs  Discussion; Assignment  Graph papers  KLB Bk II Pgs. 2556  
5  Histograms  Represent information in a histogram.  Q/A Identify class boundaries of the entries. Draw the histogram of given data.  Graph papers.  KLB BK II Pgs. 2568  
6  Histograms  Interpret histograms  Discover effect of doubling class size on the frequency. Exercise  Graph papers  KLB BK II Pgs. 2589  
6  1  Frequency polygons.  Interpret frequency polygons.  Identify mid points of classes. Join the tops of the bars of a histogram; Written exercise.  Graph papers  KLB BK II Pgs. 2589  
2  ANGLE PROPERTIES OF A CIRCLE Parts of a circle. Angle subtended by diameter on the circumference. 
Identify an arc, chord, segments of a circle. Deduce angle subtended by diameter on the circumference. 
Q/A discussion; Measure angle subtended by diameter on the circumference.  Geometrical set  KLB BK II Pgs. 2646  
3  Angle subtended by a chord on the circumference and at circle center.  Deduce relation between angle subtended by a chord on the circumference and a circle center.  Geometrical construction; Discuss inferences. Written exercise.  Geometrical set  KLB BK II Pgs. 2668  
4  Angles in the same segment.  Deduce that angles in the same segment subtended by same chord are equal.  Geometrical construction; Discuss inferences. Written exercise.  Geometrical set  KLB BK II Pgs. 2737  
5  Angles in different segments.  Deduce properties for angles in different segments subtended by same chord.  Geometrical construction; Discuss inferences. Written exercise.  Geometrical set.  KLB BK II Pgs. 2737  
6  Cyclic quadrilaterals  Infer angle of properties of cyclic quadrilaterals.  Geometrical construction; Make inferences. Written exercise. Exercise review.  Geometrical set.  KLB BK II Pgs. 2789  
7  1  Further cyclic quadrilaterals.  Apply angle properties of cyclic quadrilaterals in problem solving.  Worked examples; Written examples; Exercise review.  Geometrical set. 
KLB BK II Pgs. 279283 

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VECTORS Definition of a vector. Definition of a scalar. 
Define a vector. Define a scalar. Identify vector notation  Discussion: quantities that have both size and direction. Exposition: vector definition and notation  KLB BK II Pgs. 2845  
3  Equivalent vectors.  Define magnitude of a vector. Identify equivalent vectors. Represent equivalent vectors diagrammatically  From a wire cube, students identify equivalent vectors and those that are not equivalent. Oral exercise.  Wire cube  KLB BK II Pgs. 2856  
4  Addition of vectors 
Define displacement. Identify initial and final points. Add two vectors. Add two vectors with directions reversed. 
Worked examples; Oral exercise.  Graph papers. Square boards. Geometrical instruments.  KLB BK II Pgs. 2869  
5,6  C.A.T & MIDTERM BREAK  
8  1  Product of positive scalar and a vector  Obtain Product of positive scalar and a vector  Illustrative examples; Oral exercise  Graph papers. Square boards. Geometrical instruments.  KLB BK II Pgs. 2869  
2  Negative scalar multiplication of a vector.  Define a zero vector. Multiply a vector by a negative scalar  Q/A: Review equivalent vectors. Illustrative examples. Oral exercise. examples and exercise.  Graph papers. Square boards. Geometrical instruments.  KLB BK II Pgs. 289290  
3  Fractional scalars.  Multiply a vector by a positive or negative fraction.  Review multiplication of a vector by a positive scalar. Deduce magnitude and direction of the new vector. Work out examples.  Illustrative chart  KLB BK II Pg. 290 Pg. 291  
4  Column vectors  Represent vectors as column vectors.  Examples. Exercise  Square board Square papers  KLB BK II Pgs. 2901  
5  Sum of two column vectors  Find the vector sum of two vectors in column form.  Q/A review displacement; Discuss vertical and horizontal displacement of a vector; leading to definition of a column vector; Oral exercise; Written exercise.  Square grid/ illustrative chart.  KLB BK II Pgs. 2968  
6  Sum of several column vectors  Find vector sum of several vectors  Add up vectors diagrammatically. Examples. Exercise.  KLB BK II Pgs. 2968  
9  1  The position vector.  Define a position vector. Adding two position vectors.  Problem solving  KLB BK II Pgs. 2968  
2  Adding position vectors.  Add several position vectors  Q/A: Review vector addition. exposition: Definition of position vector. Examples; Supervised practice  Square board Square papers 
KLB BK II Pgs. 2989 

3  Vector magnitude.  Find the magnitude of a vector with positive displacement.  Problem solving; Exercise review.  KLB BK II Pgs. 299301  
4  Vector magnitude.  Find the magnitude of a vector with negative displacement.  Q/A review horizontal and vertical displacement of a vector. Deduce magnitude of a vector. Examples; Exercise.  Square board Square papers  KLB BK II Pgs. 3012  
5  Midpoint of a vector  Find the coordinates of midpoint of a vector.  Examples, Written exercises; Exercise review.  Square board Square papers  KLB BK II Pgs. 3012  
6  Coordinates of points on a vector  Find the coordinates of a point on a vector.  Examples, Written exercises; Exercise review.  Square board Square papers  KLB BK II Pgs. 3023  
10  1  Translation matrix, T.  Define a translation matrix. Identify translation matrices.  Guided discovery; Oral exercise  
2  Translation of a point  Illustrate a translation of a vector. Obtain the image of a point under a translation vector T 
Q/A: Dividing a vector in a given ratio. Worked examples. exercise 
Geoboard graph papers  KLB BK II Pgs. 3023  
3  Translation of a figure  Obtain the image of a figure under a translation vector T  Use a practical situation to introduce a translation. Worked examples. Exercise  Geoboard graph papers  KLB BK II Pgs. 3046  
4  Translation  Obtain the object given the image and the translation matrix.  Worked examples. Exercise. Problem solving.  Geoboard graph papers  KLB BK II Pgs. 3046  
5,6  Problem solving on translations  Solve problems involving translation matrices.  
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MIXED EXERCISES  
12,13  END OF TERM THREE EXAMINATIONS 
KLB Form 1 Mathematics Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021
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 
1

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. 1489 

3,4  Density  By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Calculate density in Kg/m^{3} and g/cm^{3} 
Worked examples Supervised practice. Exercises. 
KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 149152 

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. 1534 

6  12 / 24 hr. system of time.  By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Express 12hr. system in 24hr. system. 
Oral practice. Written exercise. 
Stop clocks / watches.  KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 1546 

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. 
ChartTravel timetables.  KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 1569 

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, geoboard / grid.  KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 1601 

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. 1612 

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. 1625 

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. 1657 

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. 1679 

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. 168170 

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. 168170 

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. 
KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 168170 

3, 4  COORDINATES & GRAPHS Coordinate plane. 
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Label coordinate axis, plane. Locate points in the C /plane given(x, y). 
Review the number line. Discussion. Oral exercise. 
Geoboards Graph papers. 
KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 1824 

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. 
Geoboards Graph papers. 
KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 1824 

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. 
Geoboards Graph papers. 
KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 1858 

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. 
Geoboards Graph papers. 
KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 189196 

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. 
Geoboards Graph papers. 
KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 189196 

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. 189196 

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. 189196 

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. 1889 

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. 1712 

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. 1725 

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. 1757 

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. 1789 

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. 1778 

7  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. 1978 

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. 
KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 199200 

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. 2016 

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. 206211 

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. 2182228 

6  C. A. T.  
8  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. 2312 

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. 2323 

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. 2334 

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. 2334 

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. 2356 

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. 2367 

9  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. 238244 

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. 238244 

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. 238244 

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. 2489 

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. 249250 

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. 2512 

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. 2526 

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. 2526 

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. 256262 

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. 256262 

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. 256262 

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. 262270 

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. 262270 

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 polyhydras. 
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. 2714 

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.  Chartnets of solids drawn.  KLB BOOK 1 Pg. 277281 

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. 277281 

12,13  END OF YEAR EXAMS 