Basic Science Jss 2 Second Term Lesson Notes

JSS 2 Second Term Examination: Science Questions and Answers

Topic: Energy and Forces Chemical energy: Chemical energy is stored in the bonds of atoms and molecules and can be released during a chemical reaction. Example: When gasoline undergoes combustion in a car engine, chemical energy is converted into kinetic energy to power the vehicle. ūüĒ• Kinetic energy: Kinetic energy is the energy of motion.

How is HIV/AIDS transmitted Basic Science Jss 2

SECTION A (OBJECTIVE) Example of biodegradable material is A) Chair B) Glass C) Plastic D) All of the above The symbol of copper is…… A) CU B) Iron C) Vegetable D) None of the above Which of the following is not a characteristic of living things? A) Growth B) Reproduction C) Digestion D) Movement Which

Exploring Simple Machines: Lever, Pulley, Wedge, Screw, and More!

Let‚Äôs explore simple machines in basic science: Lever: ūü§ł‚Äć‚ôāÔłŹ A lever helps us lift or move things more easily. Examples: see-saw, crowbar, and scissors. Pulley: ūüŹóÔłŹ A pulley helps us lift heavy objects by pulling on a rope or chain. Example: flagpole, curtains, and crane. Wedge: ūüĒ™ A wedge is like a triangle and helps

Work, Energy and Power Basic Science JSS 2 Second Term Lesson Notes Week 1

Subject: Basic Science Class: JSS 2 Term: Second Term Week: Week 1 Topic: Work, Energy, and Power Sub-topic: Understanding the Concepts and Applications Duration: 45 minutes Entry Behaviour: Students should have a basic understanding of physical concepts such as force and motion. Key Words: Work, Energy, Power, Force, Motion, Joule, Watt Behavioural Objectives: By the