Business Studies Scheme of Work JSS1 Lagos State

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Business Studies Scheme of Work
Business Studies Scheme of Work

Lagos State Unified Schemes of Work for Junior Secondary Schools (JSS1). Business Studies Scheme of work JSS1 (AGE 12 ) – schemeofwork

FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR BUSINESS STUDIES JSS1

WEEK: 1

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC:

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS STUDIES

•             Meaning of Business studies

•             Components of business studies

•             Importance of Business studies

•             Career opportunities in Business studies

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

 By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

1. Explain with relevant examples what is meant by Business and its components

2. Justify the importance of Business Studies in solving economy problems in the country

3. Assess the career/employment opportunities in Business studies

LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

  • Students as a class, discuss business activities as they relate to Business Studies and its components
  • Students in pairs, deliberate on the importance of studying Business Studies and how it can be used to solve current economic challenges
  • Students in small groups, defend their choice career opportunities in business

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS:

  • Collaboration and Communication
  • Leadership and Personal development
  • Critical thinking and imagination

LEARNING RESOURCES:

 AUDIO-VISUAL

Flash cards, Calendar showing different careers in Business.

VIDEO LINKS:

https://youtu.be/UHupXP89yw

https://youtu.be/AO-fS5hsYjQ

WEEK: 2

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC:

 THE OFFICE

•             Meaning of an Office

•             Types of Office

•             Functions of an Office

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

By the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

1. Define an Office and differentiate between the two types of Office;

2. Justify reasons why office is an important part in an organization;

3. Identify the functions of an office.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

 Students are to be grouped into two groups:

  • Group 1 goes on field trip to large office in their community.
  • Group 2 on field trip to a small office in their vicinity.
  • Class presentation by both groups to distinguish between the types of office

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS:

  • Collaboration and Communication skills
  • Leadership and Personal development
  • Creativity and imagination

LEARNING RESOURCES:

 AUDIO-VISUAL

Chart and diagrams of offices

VIDEO CLIPS

https://youtu.be/1Cp1ILXtdnE

WEEK: 2

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC:

THE OFFICE

•             Meaning of an Office

•             Types of Office

•             Functions of an Office

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

By the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

1. Define an Office and differentiate between the two types of Office;

2. Justify reasons why office is an important part in an organization;

3. Identify the functions of an office.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

 Students are to be grouped into two groups:

  • Group 1 goes on field trip to large office in their community.
  • Group 2 on field trip to a small office in their vicinity.
  • Class presentation by both groups to distinguish between the types of office

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS:

  • Collaboration and Communication skills
  • Leadership and Personal development
  • Creativity and imagination

LEARNING RESOURCES: AUDIO-VISUAL

Chart and diagrams of offices

VIDEO CLIPS

https://youtu.be/1Cp1ILXtdnE

WEEK: 3

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC:

OFFICE STAFF

•             Meaning of Office staff

•             Functions

•             Qualities

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

By the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

1. Describe who a Clerical staff Officer is;

2. Justify the importance of a clerical Officer in an Office;

3. Explain the qualities expected of a clerical officer

LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

  • Students as a class, discuss who a clerical staff is and their functions from previous trip to an Office.
  • Students in groups dramatize the conduct of a good clerical Officer.
  • Students deduce the negative influence of a bad clerical Officer in an Organization from the link provided

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3IYEpXeLz9g

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS:

  • Leadership and personal development
  • Collaboration and communication skills
  • Creativity and Imagination
  • Critical thinking and imagination
  • Digital literacy

LEARNING RESOURCES:

 AUDIO-VISUAL

Picture charts

Resource person (School Clerical Officer)

VIDEO CLIPS: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3IYEpXeLz9g

WEEKS: 4.

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC:

 RIGHT ATTITUDE TO WORK

•             Meaning of Punctuality and Regularity

•             Rewards and Punishments

•             Devotion to duty

•             Effects of devotion on productivity and development

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

By the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

1. Explain the concepts of punctuality and regularity

2.  Identify the needs for devotion to duty

3. Relate the effects of devotion to productivity and development

 LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

 •            Students as a class discuss Punctuality and regularity

•             Students in small groups demonstrate through short drama how devotion to duty results in high productivity

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS:

  • Collaboration and communication
  • Leadership and personal development
  • Creativity and imagination

LEARNING RESOURCES: Resource person (student / teacher rewarded or punished

VIDEO LINKS

https://youtu.be/bMYy1rXJPIK

https://youtu.be/KIzL2ocQI5I

https://youtu.be/1KofiHFsBQK

WEEK: 5

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC:

THE DEPARTMENTS IN AN OFFICE/ORGANISATION

•             Different department in an organization

•             Functions of the various department 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

By the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

1. Explain the Concept of Department

2. Identify various departments and their heads in an Organization

3. Outline the functions of the various departments in an Organization

LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

  • Students as a class discuss and identify the departments from the previous field trip to an Office Short video presentation to class on departments and functions from the link provided
  • Students assess the functions of the departments discussed in the video

https://youtu.be/4drdlkjYG0U

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS:

 Collaboration & Communication

Leadership and personal development

Digital literacy

LEARNING RESOURCES:

AUDIO-VISUAL chart/pictures of different department in an organization

WEB-LINK https://www.open.edu>openlearn

https://youtu.be/4drdlkjYG0U

WEEK: 6

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC:

INTRODUCTION TO COMMERCE

•             Meaning Commerce 

•             Importance

•             Activities which aid Commerce

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

By the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

1. Define Commerce

2. Justify the importance of Commerce to the nation’s development

3. Analyses the activities which aid Commerce

LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

  • Students in small groups demonstrate buying and selling of goods and services
  • Students as a whole, discuss activities which aid Commerce

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS:

  • Collaboration & Communication
  • Leadership and personal development
  •  Creativity and imagination

LEARNING RESOURCES:

AUDIO-VISUAL

Picture/chart showing activities going on in the banks, communication, advertising etc

WEB LINK

https://youtu.be/g_C5y_cBHgg

WEEK: 7

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC: MID TERM BREAK

WEEK: 8

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC:

 DIVISION OF COMMERCE

•             Classification/Division of Commerce

•             Meaning of Trade

•             Division of Trade (Home and Foreign trade)

•             Products in Home Trade

•             Product in Foreign Trade

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

By the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

1. Classify Commerce into different divisions;

2.  Define trade

3. Differentiate between the two divisions of trade with examples of goods.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

  • Students as a class discuss meaning of trade
  • Students in small groups evaluate the importance of Foreign and Home trade to our economy
  • Students in pairs, debates on impacts of  foreign and local goods/products on the country’s economy

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS:

  • Leadership and personal development
  • Critical thinking and Imagination

LEARNING RESOURCES:

 AUDIO-VISUAL Picture/chart showing different home and foreign trade goods.

Flash cards, Advertisement slogans on card boards

WEB LINK

https://passnownow.com

WEEK: 9

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC:

 PRODUCTION

•             Meaning of Production

•             Types

•             Effects of Production on environment and the society economy

 LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

By the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

1. Analyze the Concept of Production,

2. Explain types of    Production,

3.  Justify the effects of Production on the environment and society and economy at large.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

  • Whole class brainstorm on the meaning and types of production and share in the class
  • Students in small groups explain types of production with examples
  • Students create an idea on what to produce, how to produce (process) and sell. E.g petroleum jelly, ital., Dettol, chinch in, cake  etc
  • Students in groups do a project on (liquid soap, Dettol and ital.) and present in class

EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS:

  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Collaboration and Communication
  • Leadership and personal development

LEARNING RESOURCES: AUDIO-VISUAL Pictures/chart showing types of production

WEB LINK

https://youhtu.be/hCe4iKBHnEY

https://youtu.be/YrNA969zYJk

https://youtu.be/Q2TOWA2QIVA

WEEK: 10

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC: Revision

WEEKS: 11-12

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

TOPIC: Examination

Lagos State Unified Schemes of Work for Junior Secondary Schools (JSS1). Business Studies Scheme of work JSS1 (AGE 12 ) – schemeofwork

SECOND TERM BUSINESS STUDIES SCHEME OF WORK JSS1

WEEKTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVELEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED  CORE SKILLSBUSINESS STUDIES   LEARNING RESOURCES
1Revision of last term work /welcome test Presentation of previous projects by the students-Critical thinking and imagination -Collaboration and communication -Digital literacySamples of materials used and produced
2Factors of  production Meaning of production Uses Importance of factors of productionBy the end of the lesson, students should be able  to:  
1] explain production 2] analyse each of the factors of production 3] justify the importance of the factors of production
Students as a class deliberates meaning of production and share with the class    Students in groups analyse the factors of production and share with the class   Each student relates the importance of the economy at large  Critical thinking and problem solving   Collaboration and communication   Digital literacy skillsAudio  visual Charts showing factors of production , picture of a manufacturing company   Web links https://youtube/u641u4-yzo   https://youtube/pcgll80n0  

3Occupation Meaning of occupation Division Types Factors which affect occupation Difference between direct and indirect servicesBy the end of the lesson, students should be able  to:
1] analyse the concepts of occupation 2] enumerate factors which affect occupation in Nigeria 3] differentiate between direct and indirect service
Whole class discuss the meaning and concepts of occupation and share with the  class   Students in pair describe the factors of occupation in Nigeria   Students in small groups categorize services into direct and indirect service-collaboration and communication -critical thinking and problem solving   -leadership /personal developmentAudio Visual chart showing the different division of occupation Pictures of people in        Different division of occupation   Web Links
http://youtube/f3uwzi9Cc   https://youtube00fev.ncuo   https://youtubeyrsnevjwuq  

4Honesty in business Meaning of truthfulness -Attribute of  truthfulness -Factors that cause people to lie -Reward for being truthfulBy the end of the lesson, students should be able  to:  
1] analyse the concept of truthfulness in business
2] apply the attributes of truthfulness in their daily lives
Students in groups, discuss the concept of truthfulness in business and share with the class   Select small groups of student act a short drama on truthfulness-collaboration and communication   Leadership and personal developmentAudio visual   Magazine, charts, books and religious publications   Web Links https://youtube/5jJGdvaiiik
WKSTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED CORE SKILLSLEARNING RESOURCES
 . consequences of not being truthful . attribute of fair playAnd activities 3. compare and contrast the reward of truthfulness and not being truthful in business and daily lives. Analyze the attributes of fair play  And its reward in business and one lives. . class presentation on reward of truthful and fair play by some group of student. Creativity and Innovation . Citizenshiphttps://youtu.be/FV4Kd2KXWkc https://youtu:be/Qhomjw2P-V0
5. ENTREPRENEURSHIP . Meaning of Entrepreneurship . Meaning of entrepreneur . self employment . Successful EntrepreneurBy the end of the lesson student should be able to: . explain the concept of entrepreneur . analyze the need to be self employed . enumerate the successful entrepreneur in their locality Nigeria and Internationally . justify the importance of entrepreneurship in the society. students in pairs discuss the meaning of entrepreneur and share with class . student in small group appraise the need to be self employed using known individual / business as examples. critical thinking and problem solving . collaboration and communicationAUDIO VISUAL Charts and flash card VIDEO CLIPS https://youtu.be/ka7cWWyt
6.BUSINESS ORGANISATION . Forms . Advantages DisadvantageBy the end of the lesson student should be able to: Explain each of the forms of Business Organization.
Analyze the features of each of forms Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of each of the forms of business organization
Whole class brainstorm on the various forms of business organization in Nigeria and other countries and share with the class . student in small group use the link below to distinguish the various forms discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each forms. Of business organization..Collaboration and communication skill .Critical thinking and problem solving .Digital literacyAudio Visual Picture /image of different forms of business organization Web Link
7.MIDTERMBREAK  
8.CONSUMER MARKET AND SOCIETY . meaning of ethics . meaning of chemical substances . Ethics of sourcing chemicalsBy the end of the lesson, student should be able to: Define consumer.
Explain the meaning of society and market in business.
Justify the need for consumer education Enumerate the consequences of lack of consumer education
. student as a class, discuss the meaning of consumer, market and society relating to business view . student in groups defend the need for consumer education student in pair evaluate the consequences of lack of Consumer education and relate it to how it can affect the BusinessCollaboration/communication Critical thinking and problem Leadership and personal development Creativity and imaginationAudio Visual Posters, charts, fliers showing market scene, newspaper on consumer and society Web Link  
 ETHICS OF SOURCING CHEMICALS Meaning of ethics Meaning of chemical substances Ethics of sourcing chemicalsBy the end of the lesson, student should be able to: Explain the meaning of ethics and chemicals.
Enumerate ways by which chemicals can be handled distributed and disposed Identify consequences of improper handling distribution and disposing of chemicals on the environment society
. student as a class embark on trip to a company / chemical shop in their vicinity to learn on the Ethics of sourcing chemicals . student as a class discuss and present their observation from the visit in the class . student in groups identify and discuss the effect of mishandling of chemicalsCritical thinking and problem solving Collaboration and communicationAudio Visual Pictures / images of different chemical substances used at home and company Web Link
 NEED FOR MONITORING AND CONTROLLING OF CHEMICALSBy the end of the lesson, student should be able to: Explain the meaning of monitoring and controlling Distinguish between chemical suitable and not suitable for use Justify the need for monitoring and controlling chemicals. student as a class deliberate the meaning of monitoring and controlling . student in small pairs categorize chemicals into suitable and not suitable chemical with examples . student in groups evaluate the need for chemicals monitoring and controlling . for further understanding of the topic, student can visit the provided site belowCollaboration and communication skill Critical thinking and solving Leadership and personal development Digital literacyAudio Visual Posters chart fliers showing chemicals sample of chemical  (harmful and harmless)
 INTRODUCTION TO BOOK KEEPING Meaning of book keeping Importance Essential qualities of a book keeper Common book – keeping practicesBy the end of the lesson, student should able to: Analyze the meaning of book – keeping Justify the importance of book –keeping in business transaction Enumerate the essential qualities of a book keeper.
Mention common book keeping practices
. student as a class discuss the meaning and definition of book keeping and its importance. . student in small group dissect the essential qualities expected of a book keeper . student demonstrate how they help their parents to take records of sales and purchase in their business and stock at home. collaboration and communication Critical thinking and problem solving Leadership and personal development CitizenshipAudio Visual Records of invoice receipt etc Web Link
 Revision    
 Examination    

Lagos State Unified Schemes of Work for Junior Secondary Schools (JSS1). Business Studies Scheme of work JSS1 (AGE 12 ) – schemeofwork

THIRD TERM BUSINESS STUDIES SCHEME OF WORK JSS1

 WKSTOPICLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED CORE SKILLSLEARNING RESOURCES
   Revision of last term work/ welcome testBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to recall last term work and provide correct answers to the evaluated questions given   . student as class revise their last term work . Individual student should attempt the question given to them. . communication and collaboration . critical thinking and problem solvingLast term resource
  SOURCE DOCUMENTS . Meaning . uses . TypesBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Define source documents; Explain the uses and type of source documents, Extract information from source documents for book-keeping purposes. student as a class discuss the source of documents . student in groups, sketch and design an invoice, receipt, debit note,  and credit note and display in class . student in pairs employ information from a documents and prepare invoice, receipt, e.c.t. creativity and imagination . critical thinking and problem solving . collaboration and communication skillAUDIO – VISUAL . copy of invoice . Invoice . Ledger . Journal VIDEO LINKS: https://youtu.be/X9WYLdQefRc https://youtu.be/JxslYydhiyO
  JOURNALBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Describe journal with example List the types of journal, Interpret the format of a journal and prepare one.. Whole class discusses the meaning of journal with example . Student in groups, distinguish between the types of journal with examples . student in pairs, apply the format to prepare a give transactions and correctly enter information from source documents into books of original entry  . Critical thinking and problem solving . Collaboration and communication . Leadership and personal development . creative and imagination . Digital literacyAUDIO – VISUAL Diagram of a journal   VIDEO LINK https://youtu.be/GtXpxZle2LE https://youtu.be/g9efJduUws
  DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING . Meaning of Double entry . Treatment of assets, liabilities, and expenses . Meaning of ledger . Class of ledger . Classification of AccountsBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Explain the concept of double entry Analyze events and transaction using the Double entry system Define the term ledger and post from journal to ledgers Classify types of account. Student as a class repeat the principle of double entry . Students as a class discuss the concept of a ledger . Student in group . Identify account to be credited and debited . Post transactions from journal to ledger. Critical thinking and problem solving . collaboration and communication skills . Creativity and imagination . Leadership and personal developmentAUDIO – VISUAL Journals, ledger account, single business transaction, images/pictures  VIDEO LINK https://youtu.beijiPDIy6gXxc   https://youtu.be/66e9QbrkE4g  https://youtu.be/66e9QbrE4g  
  Introduction to keyboarding . Meaning of keyboarding . Importance . Correct sitting posture for keyboardingBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to : Explain keyboarding Justify the reasons why keyboarding in necessary, Itemize the rule guiding sitting posture.. students as a whole deliberate on the meaning of keyboard and its uses . student in group, visit the ICT room in their school to demonstrate good sitting posture . student in small groups practice mastery of keyboard by typing contents from the newspaper or magazine. collaboration and . communication . critical thinking & problem solving . leadership and person development ADUDIO-VISUAL computer keyboard and typewriter keyboard VIDEO LINKS: http:///youtu.be/p  GtjT33urY . https://youtu.be/JrXYmpvcwPA . https://youtu.be/BqKm9piuORo . https://youtu.be/81c2L7ZyFC8 . https://youtu.be/Vw1XRO  ow  
  PART OF COMPUTER KEYBOARD . Meaning . Uses . difference between the typewriter and computer keyboardsBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to : Identify the parts of computer keyboard Justify reason for using computer keyboard Compare and contrast typewriter keyboard and computer keyboard. student are to be grouped . each group brainstorm the parts of computer keyboard and function of each keys . discuss the similarities of computer keyboard and typewriter keyboard . collaboration and communication skill . leadership and personal development . critical thinking and problem solvingADUDIO-VISUAL Computer keyboard and typewriter keyboard  and typing manual VIDEO CLIP  . https://youtu.be/ROCal2afq6k . https://youtu.be/LAutjbYncoO . https://youtu.be/J2gsF6MIFAY  
& 8CARE OF THE COMPUTER . Meaning . Care . Items used for the care of the computerBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to : Explain how to take proper of a computer, Enumerate items used for the care of a computer, Evaluate need taking care of the computer. students as a group demonstrate how to take care of a computer (using the computers in ICT room) . students in pairs itemize the items to be used in taking care of the computer . students in groups, access the need and importance of taking care of the computer and share in the class. Collaboration and communication skill . Critical thinking and problem solving . Leadership and personal development  ADUDIO-VISUAL Computer duster, long brush, oil, etc VIDEO LINKS: . https://youtu.b/IZbvKhEhmkg   . https://youtu.be/YrG5cwTa3sk   . https://youtu.be/mNpJy4m18e4
9.CORRECT KEYBOARDING TECHNIQUES . Key roles . Division of the keyboardBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to : Identify the four rows on the keyboard and functions, State the two division of the keyboard and their function. Student in a groups demonstrate correct finger position on the keyboard. . Students in groups, identify and explain each function of the rows and two divisions of computer keyboard . student in pairs, practice typing skill on the school computer. Collaboration and communication . Leadership and personal development . Critical thinking and problem solving . Digital literacyADUDIO-VISUAL Computer keyboards, typing  manual    VIDEO LINKS: . https://youtu.b/LAbc8OjORL0   . https://youtu.be/2S3Ihm8LaZo   . https://youtu.be/MhYFRr2Guaw
10. HOME ROW KEYS/ALPHANUMERIC KEYS . Uses of the keys . identification of the keys . soft touch manipulationBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to : Identify the home rows, keys and alphanumeric keys, Manipulate the keys.. Visitation to the ICT room. . individual student should . Manipulate their hands on the keyboard  by typing a document . Soft touch manipulation .  Creativity and Imagination . Collaboration and communication skill . Critical thinking and problem solving ADUDIO-VISUAL Keyboard typing manuals   WEB LINKS . https://WWW.1ynda,com>numeric-K . https://classhall.com>lessons
               11.CORRECT SPACING AND PUNCTUATION MARKS  . Identification . correct finger placement . correct use of punctuation marks . correct spacing after punctuation marksBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to : Identify the spacing key and punctuation marks, Demonstrate correct finger placement on the spacing key, Demonstrate correct use of punctuation marks and spacing after punctuation marksIndividual student should keyboard a task into the computer on correct spacing and punctuation marks. Collaboration and communication skill . leadership and personal development . Critical thinking and problem solving skill . Digital literary  ADUDIO-VISUAL Computer keyboard, typing manual e. t. c   WEB LINK: https://classhall.com>lessons  
& 12Revision  &   Examination      

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