JSS 1 Business Studies First Term, Second Term and Third Term

 

FIRST TERM 

LEARNING NOTES

JSS 1

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

CLASS: JSS 1 (BASIC 7)

SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK TOPIC

  1. Introduction to Business studies: (i)Meaning and Scope of Business Studies(ii)Elements of Integrated Business Studies e.g. Accounts, commerce. Office Practice etc (iii) importance of business studies (iv) components of business studies
  2. Office practice: The office, Office staff, Office practice, commerce: book keeping, short hand, keyboarding ,career opportunity.
  3. Office staff clerical staff, i. meaning of clerical staff, functions ,quality and confidentiality of an office information
  4. The Departments in an office/Organization and their functions
  5.  Honesty in business: meaning of truthfulness, attributes of truthfulness, steadfastness and straight forward
  6. ,factors that causes people to lie ,consequence of not being truthful, meaning of fair play ,attributes of fair play such as equity, openness and impartiality
  7. Introduction to commerce: meaning of commerce, importance of commerce and activities that aid commerce,
  8. Division of commerce: Classification of commerce into Division, Types of trade – Home trade: wholesale and retail sales ,Foreign trade: Import and export
  9. Revision
  10. Examination

 

 

SECOND TERM 

LEARNING NOTES

JSS 1

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

CLASS: JSS 1 (BASIC 7)

SCHEME OF WORK

 

 

    BUSINESS STUDIES JSS 1 (SECOND TERM) SCHEME OF WORK
WEEKS TOPICS
1. Revision of Last Term’s Work.
2. Production
– Meaning of production
– Factors of production e.g.
(i) Land
(ii) Labour
(iii) Capital
(iv) Entrepreneur
3. Relationship between Producer and Consumer, and Channels
                                   of Distribution.
– Channels of distribution e.g.
(i) Manufacturer or producer
(ii) Wholesaler
(iii) Retailer
(iv) Consumer.
4. Mail Handling
– Definition of mail
– Incoming and outgoing mail.
– Mail procedures and
– Dispatch book.
5. Mailroom Equipment
– Definition and types of mail room equipment
– Mail opening machine
– Shredding machine
– Scale
– Mail bag etc.
6. Sole Trade
                                   Meanings and features
– Sources of fund
– Advantages
– Disadvantages
7. Partnership
– Meaning
– Features
– Sources of capital fund
– Advantages
– Disadvantages
8. Public Corporation
– Meaning of public Corporation e.g. N.E.P.A, N.T.A, N.I.C.O.N., N.P.A, N.I.T.E.L
– Advantages
– Disadvantages
9. Co-operative Society
– Meaning
– Types of co-operative society
– Sources of capital
– Advantages
– Disadvantages
10. Introduction to book keeping
– Meaning
– Source document e.g. invoice, receipts, cheques, etc.
11. Revision
12. Examination
13. Examination

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THIRD TERM 

LEARNING NOTES

JSS 1

SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES

CLASS: JSS 1 (BASIC 7)

SCHEME OF WORK

 

WEEK TOPIC

  1. Revision of Last term’s work.
  2. Pitman Shorthand (Consonants): (i) Meaning of consonants (ii) Basic shorthand principles (iii) the first six groups. (iv) Joining of consonants. (v) Phrasing (vi) Punctuation marks.
  3. Pitman Shorthand (Consonants and Vowels): Consonants and Vowels – (i) Second group of consonants (f, v, th, Th, s, z, sh, zh) (ii) first place vowel (above the line). (iii) third place vowel (through the line).
  4. Introduction to Keyboarding: (i) The meaning of keyboarding (ii) The importance of keyboarding (iii) Correct sitting posture for keyboarding.
  5. Parts of the Typewriter: (i) Meaning of typewriter. Typewriter parts. (ii) Uses of parts of the typewriter.
  6. Parts of a Computer Keyboard: (i) Parts of the Computer keyboard. (ii) Uses (functions) of parts of the computer keyboard. (iii) Similarities between the typewriter and computer keyboards.
  7. Care of the Typewriter and the Computer: (i) Care of the typewriter. (ii) Care of the Computer.
  8. Getting ready to Keyboard: (i) International paper sizes used in keyboarding. (ii) The keyboard rows: Top, Upper, Home, Nottem. (iii) Divisions of the keyboard. – Left hand side, Right hand side.
  9. Getting ready to Keyboard: (iv) Correct finger position on keys. (v) Correct paper insertion and removal in/from typewriter. (vi) Setting margins and line space regulator. (vii) Type faces on a typewriter: – Pica, Elite.
  10. Learning the keyboard: (i) Correct finger position on the home keys. (ii) Correct finger movement on the home keys (iii) Correct ways for positions on the: Home Row, Upper Row, Top Row. (iv) Correct finger position and movement for special characters and figures.
  11. Revision.

     12.Examination.

 

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