Welcome to your SSS 1 Mathematics journey!

This comprehensive guide outlines the scheme of work, carefully crafted to equip you with the mathematical skills and knowledge necessary for success.

Explore the term by term outline, identify key areas of focus, and discover recommended resources to support your learning.

## SSS 1 MATHEMATICS First Term Scheme of Work

**Week 1: Laws of Indices**

- Introduction to indices
- Multiplication and division of indices
- Power of a power rule
- Zero and negative indices

**Week 2: Indices and Logarithm of Numbers Greater Than 1**

- Conversion between indices and logarithms
- Laws of logarithms
- Simplification of logarithmic expressions
- Application of logarithms in calculations

**Week 3: Numerical Processes**

- Estimation and approximation
- Significant figures and decimal places
- Basic arithmetic operations with approximations
- Fractions and percentage

**Week 4: Number Base System**

- Understanding base 2, base 8, and base 10
- Conversion between different number bases
- Addition and subtraction in different bases
- Application of number bases in digital systems

**Week 5: Number Base System (Cont’d)**

- Multiplication and division in different number bases
- Solving problems involving number base conversion
- Binary arithmetic

**Week 6: Modular Arithmetic**

- Definition and understanding of modular arithmetic
- Applications of mod in real-life problems
- Modular arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication)

**Week 7: Mid-Term Break**

**Week 8: Set Theory**

- Definition and types of sets
- Union, intersection, and complement of sets
- Subsets and power sets
- Venn diagrams

**Week 9: Set Theory (Cont’d)**

- Application of Venn diagrams in solving problems
- Difference between sets
- Set operations and their properties

**Week 10: Simple Equations and Variation**

- Linear equations in one variable
- Solving word problems with equations
- Change of subject of formulae and substitution

**Week 11: Revision**

**Week 12: Examination**

**Week 13: Closing**

## SSS 1 MATHEMATICS Second Term Scheme of Work

**Week 1: Variation**

- Direct variation
- Inverse variation
- Joint and partial variation
- Word problems involving variation

**Week 2: Algebraic Processes**

- Definition and standard form of quadratic equations
- Factorization method
- Completing the square method
- Derivation of the quadratic formula

**Week 3: Quadratic Equation (Cont’d)**

- Application of the quadratic formula
- Nature of roots (discriminant)
- Solving quadratic equations by graphical method
- Word problems involving quadratic equations

**Week 4: Mensuration of Plane Shapes**

- Perimeter of plane shapes (rectangles, triangles, circles)
- Area of plane shapes (rectangles, triangles, trapeziums, circles)
- Area of combined shapes
- Solving problems involving area and perimeter

**Week 5: Mensuration of Plane Shapes (Cont’d)**

- Surface area of cubes, cuboids, and cylinders
- Surface area of composite figures
- Volume of cubes, cuboids, and cylinders
- Solving problems involving surface area and volume

**Week 6: Logical Reasoning**

- Introduction to logical reasoning
- Simple statements / sentences
- Negation of simple statement
- Truth value of compound statement

**Week 7: Mid-Term Break**

**Week 8: Trigonometric Ratios**

- Introduction to trigonometric ratios (sine, cosine, tangent)
- Trigonometric ratios of acute angles
- Application of trigonometric ratios in right-angled triangles
- Solving problems involving angles of elevation and depression

**Week 9: Trigonometric Ratios (Cont’d)**

- Trigonometric ratios for complementary angles
- Solving right-angled triangle problems (angle of elevation and depression)
- Word problems involving trigonometry

**Week 10: Construction**

- Construction of angles (60°, 90°, 45°, etc.)
- Bisecting angles and lines
- Construction of triangles (SSS, SAS, ASA)

**Week 11: Revision**

**Week 12: Examination**

**Week 13: Closing**

## SSS 1 MATHEMATICS Third Term Scheme of Work

**Week 1: Construction**

- Locus
- Equidistance from 2 points
- Equidistance from 2 lines
- Construction of distance from a point

**Week 2: Geometry**

- Basic geometric terms (points, lines, angles)
- Properties of angles (complementary, supplementary, vertically opposite)
- Theorems involving parallel lines and transversals
- Properties of triangles and quadrilaterals with proof

**Week 3: Geometry (Cont’d)**

- Angles between lines
- Properties of parallelogram
- Intercepts and congruent triangles
- Riders including; angles of parallel lines in a polygon

**Week 4: Polygons**

- Types of polygons (regular and irregular)
- Interior and exterior angles of polygons
- Sum of angles in polygons

**Week 5: Mensuration of Social Sphere Volume of Solids**

- Introduction to the concept of volume
- Volume of cubes and cuboids
- Volume of cylinders and cones
- Volume of spheres and hemispheres

**Week 6: Mensuration of Solid Shapes**

- Surface area of cubes, cuboids, and spheres
- Surface area of cylinders, cones, and pyramids
- Application of surface area and volume in solving real-life problems
- Compound shapes involving solids

**Week 7: Mid-Term Break**

**Week 8: Statistics**

- Introduction to statistics (data collection and types)
- Frequency distribution tables
- Mean, median, and mode of data sets
- Range and interquartile range

**Week 9: Statistics (Cont’d)**

- Cumulative frequency
- Percentiles and quartiles
- Drawing and interpreting bar charts and histograms
- Pie charts and line graphs

**Week 10: Variation**

- Revision of direct and inverse variation
- Graphical representation of variation
- Solving real-life problems involving variation
- Applications of variation in different contexts

**Week 11: Revision**

**Week 12: Examination**

**Week 13: Closing**

## SSS 1 MATHEMATICS Recommended Textbook

- New General Mathematics for Senior Secondary Schools Book 1 by M. F. Macrae, J. Channon, and A. McLeish
- Essential Mathematics for Senior Secondary Schools by A. J. S. Oluwasanmi

## RECAP

Mathematics in SSS 1 takes a dynamic turn this term, weaving together concepts that span construction, geometry, mensuration, and statistics.

The journey begins with mastering the fundamentals of indices and logarithm, followed by an in-depth dive into the properties of shapes and angles in geometry.

As the weeks and terms progress, you navigate through the complexity of polygons and the real-world applications of measuring solid shapes.

Along the way, statistics and sets sharpen your ability to analyze data, leading up to the intriguing study of variation, which connects mathematical relationships in practical ways.

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