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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| 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. | Geo-board. Graph papers. | KLB BK II Pgs. 217-8 | |

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. | Geo-board. Graph papers. | KLB BK II Pgs. 217-8 | ||

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. 219-223 | ||

4 | Inequality from a given graph. | Find the inequality represented by a graph. | Worked examples; Exercise and review | KLB BK II Pgs. 219-223 | |||

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. | Geo-board Graph papers.
| KLB BK II Pgs. 224-228 | ||

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. 224-228 | ||

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. | Geo-board Graph papers. | KLB BK II Pgs. 228-230 | |

2 | Velocity and acceleration | Calculate velocity and acceleration motions | Probing questions. Worked examples; Exercise. | Graph Papers | KLB BK II Pgs. 230-1 | ||

3 | Distance time graphs. | Plot and interpret distance time graphs. | Probing questions. Worked examples; Exercise. | Graph Papers | KLB BK II Pgs. 224-228 | ||

4 | Velocity time graphs. | Plot and interpret velocity time graphs. Make inferences from graphs. | Worked examples. Oral exercise; Written exercise; Exercise review. | Geo-board Graph papers. | KLB BK II Pgs. 224-228 | ||

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. 241-2 | ||

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. 244-5 | |||

5 | Median | Find median of a given set of data. | Arranging data in ascending order and finding the median. Exercise. | KLB BK II Pgs. 244-7 | |||

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. 244-7 | |||

4 | 1 | Mean of grouped data. | Find mean of grouped data. | Examples; Problem solving | KBL BK II Pgs. 247-252 | ||

2 | Median of grouped data. | Find median of grouped data. | Worked examples. Exercise | KBL BK II Pgs. 247-252 | |||

3 | Problems on grouped data. | Solve problems on grouped data. | Problem solving. | KBL BK II Pgs. 247-252 | |||

4 | Bar graphs | Represent information in form of bar graphs. | Examples; Written exercise and review. | Charts | KLB BK II Pgs. 252-3 | ||

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-
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5 | 1 | Pie-charts | Represent comparative information in form of pie charts | Q/A: Supervised exercise. Written exercise. | Pie-charts | KLB BK II Pgs. 254-5 | |

2 | Interpreting pie-charts. | Deduce information represented within. | Q/A: Supervised exercise. Written exercise. | Pie-charts | KLB BK II Pgs. 254-5 | ||

3 | Line graphs. | Draw line graphs. | Guided activity; Supervised exercise. | ||||

4 | Line graphs. | Interpret line graphs | Discussion; Assignment | Graph papers | KLB Bk II Pgs. 255-6 | ||

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. 256-8 | ||

6 | Histograms | Interpret histograms | Discover effect of doubling class size on the frequency. Exercise | Graph papers | KLB BK II Pgs. 258-9 | ||

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. 258-9 | |

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. 264-6 | ||

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. 266-8 | ||

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. 273-7 | ||

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. 273-7 | ||

6 | Cyclic quadrilaterals | Infer angle of properties of cyclic quadrilaterals. | Geometrical construction; Make inferences. Written exercise. Exercise review. | Geometrical set. | KLB BK II Pgs. 278-9 | ||

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. 279-283 | |

2 | 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. 284-5 | |||

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. 285-6 | ||

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. 286-9 | ||

5,6 | C.A.T & MID-TERM 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. 286-9 | |

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. 289-290 | ||

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. 290-1 | ||

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. 296-8 | ||

6 | Sum of several column vectors | Find vector sum of several vectors | Add up vectors diagrammatically. Examples. Exercise. | KLB BK II Pgs. 296-8 | |||

9 | 1 | The position vector. | Define a position vector. Adding two position vectors. | Problem solving | KLB BK II Pgs. 296-8 | ||

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. 298-9 | ||

3 | Vector magnitude. | Find the magnitude of a vector with positive displacement. | Problem solving; Exercise review. | KLB BK II Pgs. 299-301 | |||

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. 301-2 | ||

5 | Midpoint of a vector | Find the co-ordinates of midpoint of a vector. | Examples, Written exercises; Exercise review. | Square board Square papers | KLB BK II Pgs. 301-2 | ||

6 | Co-ordinates of points on a vector | Find the co-ordinates of a point on a vector. | Examples, Written exercises; Exercise review. | Square board Square papers | KLB BK II Pgs. 302-3 | ||

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 | Geo-board graph papers | KLB BK II Pgs. 302-3 | ||

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 | Geo-board graph papers | KLB BK II Pgs. 304-6 | ||

4 | Translation | Obtain the object given the image and the translation matrix. | Worked examples. Exercise. Problem solving. | Geo-board graph papers | KLB BK II Pgs. 304-6 | ||

5,6 | Problem solving on translations | Solve problems involving translation matrices. | |||||

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12,13 | END OF TERM THREE EXAMINATIONS |

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/m ^{3} and g/cm^{3} | 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. | 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 | |||

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. 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. | 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. | ||||||

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. 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 | ||

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. 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 |