Agriculture Scheme of Work for Junior Secondary School (JSS 3)

 

 

AGRICULTURE

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 3)

FIRST TERM

 

WEEKS TOPICS/CONTENTS

 

1. GENERAL CLEANING AND REVISION ON ANIMAL DISEASES

I. Explain the Meaning of Animal Diseases

II. Identify various Types of Diseases and their Mode of Transmission and Methods of Control

 

2. PACKAGING IN AGRICULTURE

I. Definition of Packaging

II. Criteria for Packaging

III. State the Reasons for Packaging

IV. Advantages and Disadvantages of Packaging

V. Examples of Packaging (Items Trays), etc .

 

3. BRANDING

I. Definition of Branding

II. Advantages and Disadvantages of Branding

 

4. PRICING

I. Definition of Pricing Policies

II. Factors Affecting Price of Agricultural Product

III. Price determinants – Cost of Production, Quality of Produce, etc.

 

5. ADVERTISING

I. Definition of Advertising

II. Explain the Roles of Advertising in Agriculture

 

6. TYPES OF ADVERTISING

State the Types of Advertising –

I. Informative

II. Persuasive

III. Competitive

IV. Mass and Specific Advertisement

 

7. METHODS OF ADVERTISING

I. Identify Methods of Advertising – Direct and Indirect

II. Factors Influencing Buying Decision, Advertising Media i.e. the Press, Newspaper, Television, Radio, Cinema, Bill Board and Exhibition

IIi. State the advantages and disadvantages of each method

 

8. METHODS OF ADVERTISEMENT (CONTINUATION)

 

9. EXCURSION TO AN AGRICULTURAL FARM AND STORES

 

10. REVISION  

 

11. | 12 EXAMINATION

 

 

AGRICULTURE

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 3)

SECOND TERM

 

WEEKS TOPICS/CONTENTS

 

1. REVISION OF LAST WORK TERM’S WORK

 

2. RECORDS AND BOOK KEEPING

I. Meaning of Farm Records

II. State the Importance of keeping Farm Records

III. List and Explain the Importance of Farm Records

 

3. BOOK KEEPING 

I. Definition of Book Keeping – Keeping Account of Financial Activity of Enterprise

II. Source of Documents – Sales Invoice, Purchase Invoice, Returns Inwards and Return Outwards

III. Journal Preparation – Sales Journal, Purchase Journal, etc.

 

4. FARM RECORDS AND ACCOUNT (CONTINUATION)

– Types and uses of farm records

– Farm diary, farm inventory, input records

– State the advantages and features of each

 

5. FARM RECORDS AND ACCOUNT (CONTINUATION)

I. Types and Uses of Farm Records

II. Production Records, Consumption Records, Sales Records, Profit and Loss Account

III. Computer Aided Farm – Records and Its Benefits

 

6. AGRICULTURE IN STOCK EXCHANGE

– Meaning of stock (Buying and selling of goods and services available now

And in the future)

– List those who are involved in stock exchange

 

7. AGRICULTURE IN STOCK EXCHANGE (CONTINUATION) 

I. People involved in Stock Exchange

II. Buyers, Sellers, and Farmer’s Agent

 

8. AGRICULTURE IN STOCK EXCHANGE (CONTINUATION)

I. Importance of Stock Exchange in Agriculture

II. Encourages Investment in Agriculture

III. Enumerates Contract Farming

 

9. AGRICULTURE IN STOCK EXCHANGES (CONTINUATION)

State the Importance of Stock Exchange in Agriculture

 

10. REVISION/VISIT TO STOCK EXCHANGE OFFICE

Appreciate the Importance of Stock Exchange

 

11. REVISION

 

12. EXAMINATION

 

 

AGRICULTURE

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 3)

THIRD TERM

 

WEEKS TOPICS / CONTENTS

 

1. REVISION OF LAST TERM’S WORK

Agriculture in the stock exchange

 

2. EXPORT PROMOTION IN AGRICULTURE

I. Explain what Export Promotion is

II. State the Objectives of Export Promotion in International Marketing

 

3. EXPORT PROMOTION IN AGRICULTURE

Examples of Nigerian Export Produce – Cocoa, Palm produce, Hides and Skins, Cassava, Groundnut, Pepper, etc.

 

4. EXPORT PROMOTION IN AGRICULTURE (CONTINUATION)

I. Benefits of Export Promotion

II. Attracts Foreign Exchange

III. Serve as Additional Market Outlet to Farmers to Earn Money, etc.

 

5. EXCURSION

 

6. FARM WORK

I. Planting and Rearing Animals

II. Experience Farm Work and Activities

 

7. PROJECT WORK

 

8. – 11. REVISION

 

12. EXAMINATION

 

 

 

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