First Term, Second Term and Third Term Business Studies Scheme of Work for JSS 1

 

 

BUSINESS STUDIES

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 1)

FIRST TERM 

 

WEEKS TOPICS/CONTENTS

 

1. REVIEW OF LAST TERM WORK

 

2. INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS STUDIES

I. Explain the Meaning of Business Studies

II. State the Importance of Business Studies

III. Identify the Components of Business Studies

IV. List Career/Employment Opportunities in Business Studies

 

3. THE OFFICE

I. Define an Office

II. Differentiate between two Types of Office

III. The different officers in an organization

IV. Mention the functions of an office

V. List two offices in their school

 

4. OFFICE STAFF

I. Meaning

2. Describe a Clerical Staff

3. State Functions of a Clerical Staff

4. Explain the Qualities of a Clerical Staff

5. State ways of keeping Office Information Confidential

 

5. RIGHT ATTITUDE TO WORK

I. Meaning

II. Attributes

III. Explain the Concepts of Punctuality and Regularity

IV. Demonstrate how Punctuality and Regularity Results in High

V. Explain consequences of not being Functional and Regular

VI. Link Punctuality with Reward and Irregularity with Punishment

VII. Explain the Meaning of Devotion to Duty.

VIII. Explain the Effect Devotion on Productivity and Development.

 

6. THE DEPARTMENT IN AN OFFICE/ORGANIZATION

I. Different Department in an Organization

II. Function of the various Department

 

7. INTRODUCTION TO COMMERCE

I. Define Commerce

II. List Importance of Commerce

III. Activities which Aid Commerce

 

8. DIVISION OF COMMERCE

I. Classify Commerce

II. Differentiate between Home and Foreign Trades

III. Explain Import and Export Trades

IV. List Products involved in Home and Trade

V. List Products involved in Foreign Trade

 

9. PRODUCTION

I. Define production

II. Explain types of production

III. Effective of Production on Environment/Society

 

10 – 11 REVISION 

 

12. EXAMINATION

 

 

BUSINESS STUDIES

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 1)

SECOND TERM 

 

WEEKS           TOPICS/CONTENTS

 

1. FACTORS OF PRODUCTION

I. Meaning and uses of factors of production

II. List the factors of production

III. State the features of each factor of production

IV. Mention the importance of each factor of production of business

 

2. TYPES OF OCCUPATION

I. Define Occupation

II. Division

III. Explain the different Types of Occupation

IV. Factors which affect Occupation

V. Differentiate between Direct and Indirect Services

 

3. HONESTY OF BUSINESS

I. Explain of truthfulness

II. State the attributes of truthfulness

III. Factors that cause people to lie.

IV. Mention the rewards of being truthful

V. Describe the consequences of not being truthful

VI. Explain the meaning of fair play

VII. Describe the attributes involved in fair play

 

4. ETHICS IN SOURCING CHEMICALS

Explain the meaning of Ethics guiding sourcing of chemicals

 

5. ENTREPRENEURSHIP

I. State the Meaning of Entrepreneurship

II. State the Meaning of Enterprise

III. Define Self Employment

IV. Maintain facilities available for Self Employment

V. List successful Entrepreneurs in your Locality – Nigeria and Internationally.

 

6. IMPORTANCE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

I. Meaning and importance of Entrepreneurship

II. Functions of Entrepreneurship

 

7. FORMS OF BUSINESS ORGANISATION

I. Explain the Features of each Types of Business Organization

II. Enumerate the Advantages and Disadvantages of each Form of Business

 

8. CONSUMER, MARKET AND SOCIETY

I. Explain Who is a Consumer

II. Explain the Meaning of Market and Society

III. Mention three needs for Consumer Education

IV. State the importance of consumer education

V. Explain the consequences of Lack of Consumer Education

 

9. NEED FOR MONITORING AND CONTROL OF CHEMICALS

– Explain the meaning of chemicals

– Distinguish between chemical suitable and not suitable for use

– Explain the need for monitoring and controlling chemicals suitable and not suitable for use.

 

10. INTRODUCTION TO BOOK KEEPING

I. State the Meaning of Book Keeping

II. Explain the Importance of Book Keeping to Business

III. Identify qualities of Book Keepers

IV. Identify Common Book Keeping Practices

 

11 – 12. REVISION AND EXAMINATION

 

 

BUSINESS STUDIES

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 1)

SECOND TERM 

 

WEEKS TOPICS/CONTENTS

 

1. SOURCE DOCUMENTS

I. Explain the Meaning of Source Documents

II. Mention the Uses of Source Documents

III. Types of Documents

IV. Explain the Content of Source Document

V. Differentiate between Cash and Credit Transaction

Vi. Extract Information from Source Documents for Book Keeping Purposes

 

2. JOURNAL

I. Explain the Meaning of a Journal

II. Draw the Correct Form of a Journal

V. List different Types of Journals

IV. Forms of a Journals

V. Identify the Content of Books of Original Entry

VI. Use Source Documents for the Preparation of Appropriate Books of Original Entry.

VII. Enter correctly, information from source documents into books of original entry.

 

3. DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK – KEEPING

I. State the meaning of double entry Book Keeping

II. Double entry treatment of assets liabilities, treatment of expenses

III. Analyse events and transaction using double entry system

IV. Match debit entry with corresponding credit entry.

V. Meaning of Journals

VI. Meaning of Ledger

VII. Classes of Ledger

VIII. Classification of Accounts

IX. Identify accounts to credited and accounts to be debited

X. Post from journals to ledgers

 

4. INTRODUCTION OF KEYBOARDING

I. Explain the Meaning of Keyboarding

II. Mention the importance of keyboarding

III. Demonstrate the correct position of keyboarding

 

5. PART OF COMPUTER KEYBOARD

I. Meaning of Computer Keyboard

II. Mention the used of the Parts of Computer Keyboard

III. Identify the Points of a Computer Keyboard

IV. Identify the similarities between the typewriter and Computer Keyboard

 

6. CARE OF THE COMPUTER

I. Meaning of Care of the Computer

II. Explain How to take Care of the Computer

III. List the Item Use for the Care of the Computer

IV. Demonstrate How to Care for the Computer

 

7. CORRECT KEYBOARDING TECHNIQUES

I. Key Roles

II. Identify the Four Rows on the Keyboard

III. Identify the Two Divisions on the Keyboard

IV. Demonstrate Correct Finger Position

 

8. HOME ROW KEYS

I. Uses of the Rows Keys

II. Identify the Four Rows of the Keyboard

III. Division of the Keyboard

IV. Identify the Two Divisions on the Keyboard

 

9. ALPHANUMERIC KEYS

I. Identify the Alphanumeric Keys

II. Soft Touch Manipulation

 

10. BASIC SERVICES

I. Concept Finger Placement on the Basic Service Keys

II. Manipulation of the Basic Service Keys using Soft Touch

III. Demonstrate Manipulation of the Service Key using Soft Touch

 

11. CORRECT SPACING AND PUNCTUATION MARKS

I. Identification the Spacing Keys and Punctuation

II. Demonstrate Correct Finger Placement on the Spacing Keys

III. Demonstrate the Correct Use of Punctuation Marks Keys

IV. Demonstrate Correct Spacing after Punctuation Mark Keys

 

12. REVISION/EXAMINATION

 

 

 

 

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