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AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE LESSON NOTE FOR THIRD TERM JSS1

This Lesson Note on Agricultural Science for JSS1 third term covers weekly prepared lesson notes and each of them is rich in classwork, curriculum compliant, and syllabus based.

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Agricultural Science Scheme of Work for JSS1 Third Term

WEEK 1: Revision (Weed And Pest Control)

WEEK 2: Factors of Production (Land)

WEEK 3: Factors of Production (Labour)

WEEK 4: Factors of Production (Capital)

WEEK 5: Factors of Production (Management)

WEEK 6: Field Trip

WEEK 7: Farm Manager (Definition and Function)

WEEK 8: Problems of Farm Managers

WEEK 9: Revision 

WEEK 10: Revision 

WEEK 11: Revision 

WEEK 12: Examination

WEEK 13: Examination

REFERENCE BOOKS:

  1. JUNIOR SECONDARY AGRICULTURAL FOR NIGERIAN SCHOOLS, Book 1, by Anthony Youdeowei et al.
  2. ESSENTIAL AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE FOR SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL by O. A. IWENA.

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AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE LESSON NOTE FOR THIRD TERM JSS1

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WEEK 1: REVISION (WEEDS AND PEST CONTROL)

CONTENT

  • Definition of Weed of Pest
  • Types and Classification of pests
  • Physical control, Chemical control and Biological control

REVISION QUESTIONS

  1. What is a pest?
  2. Mention two classes of pests.
  3. What are weeds?
  4. List five examples of weeds
  5. State three features of weeds.
  6. Describe four methods of controlling weeds
  7. What is a pest?
  8. State two types of insect-pests with two examples of each.
  9. Mention five possible damage done by pest to crop

READING ASSIGNMENT

Junior Secondary Agriculture for Nigerian Schools Bk 1 by A. Youdeowei, B.K .Kaigama, J.N. Ogbazi, S.O. Adesiyan. Chapter 14 pages 76-81.

WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT

  1. Herbicides are applied to the soil or to weed plants with machines known as ___ A. Spreader B. Sprayers C. Tractors weeders.
  2. Chemicals which are can help to kill weeds are best known as A. larvicides B. Insecticide C. Herbicide D. Rodenticides.
  3. Which of these is very difficult to use if the number of pest is high? A. chemical control B. physical control C. biological control D. cultural control.
  4. The following are effects of weed except A. They make land cultivation difficult B. Weeds compete with cultivated crops for the nutrients in the soil C. Transmission of insects, fungi and other organism harmful to crops D. They results in the increase in value and quality of farm produce.
  5. ___ involve the use of natural enemies of insect pests and weeds against them A. physical control B. chemical control  cultural control D. biological control.

THEORY

  1. Define pest.
  2. List four methods of controlling weeds.

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WEEK 2: FACTORS OF PRODUCTION (LAND)

Overview:

CONTENT

  • INTRODUCTION
  • DEFINITION
  • CHARACTERISTICS

Production is rhe process of combining and converting input to give rise to output. This process is aided by Land, Labour, Capital and Management (Entrepreneurship) all otherwise referred to as factors of production. So therefore factors of production are the resources that ensure the production of goods in agriculture.

Land refers to where productive activities such as growing of crops, rearing of animals and establishment of farmstead, e.t.c are carried out.it is the most important asset of the farmer. Land for agricultural production can be acquired in the following ways

  1. Purchase: out rightly buying the land and assuming full ownership.
  2. Lease/Rent: paying the land owner (individual/government) a stipulated amount to gain access to…  To Download the Full Lesson Note Online, CLICK HERE. You can also reach us on WhatsApp, Click Here to Chat with us.

WEEK 3: LABOUR

Overview:

  • DEFINITION
  • FEATURES
  • TYPES

Labour includes all forms of productive human efforts put into or utilized in production. It also

refers to man’s mental and physical exertions generated to aid the process of production.

FEATURES OF LABOUR are:

  1. it is mobile
  2. itfeelings and cannot be used anyhow.
  3. the unit of labour is man-hours or man-days.
  4. the reward of labour is wages and salaries.
  5. it is a variable asset.
  6. its size and quantity influence production or output.
  7. its output can be improved by training.

EVALUATION

  1. What is labour?
  2. State five features of Labour.

TYPE OF LABOUR

The type of labour an individual provides is… To Download the Full Lesson Note Online, CLICK HERE. You can also reach us on WhatsApp, Click Here to Chat with us.

WEEK 4: CAPITAL

Overview:

CONTENT

  • DEFINITION
  • TYPES
  • SOURCES
  • CHARACTERISTICS
  • USES

Capital includes all man-made productive assets which are used in production. It in most cases is referred to as money used to start up and keep running a farming venture.It is broadly divided into fixed ad working (variable) capital.

TYPES OF CAPITAL

  1. Fixed Capital: these are capital or assets purchased for continuous use in production. In other words, these are items or materials which are not used up during production. E.g Farm buildings, motor vehicles, farm tools and implements, tractors, incubators, irrigation equipment, etc.
  2. Working or Variable Capital: these are capital or assets which…  To Download the Full Lesson Note Online, CLICK HERE. You can also reach us on WhatsApp, Click Here to Chat with us.

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Agricultural Science Lesson Note for JSS1 (Third Term)

WEEK 5: FACTORSOFPRODUCTION (MANAGEMENT)

Overview:

CONTENT

  • DEFINITION
  • CHARACTERISTICS
  • IMPORTANCE

Management refers to the organization, coordination and control of all factors of production to ensure that the goals of the farm enterprise are met. The goals of any farm enterprise includes

  1. Making profit
  2. Reducing production cost
  3. Providing quality produce (finished or raw)
  4. Increase consumer base

FEATURES OF MANAGEMENT

The following are the features or characteristics of management in an agricultural enterprise:

  1. Its quality influences output.
  2. Its cost is … To Download the Full Lesson Note Online, CLICK HERE. You can also reach us on WhatsApp, Click Here to Chat with us.

WEEK 6: FIELD TRIP.

Overview:

Field Trip! Field Trip!! Field Trip!!!…  To Download the Full Lesson Note Online, CLICK HERE. You can also reach us on WhatsApp, Click Here to Chat with us.

WEEK 7: FACTORSOFPRODUCTION (MANAGEMENT)

Overview:

CONTENT

  • DEFINITION
  • FUNCTION

Farm manager is one who co-ordinates, organizes and controls the use of other factors of production to produce goods and services. In other words, the work of management is carried out by a farm manager. Decision and duties such as when to produce, what to produce, type of production, supervision of work, recruitment of workers, and determination of what and when to sell in order to make profit depends on (farm manager) management.

FUNCTIONSOFFARMMANAGER

The functions of a farm manager can be grouped into five major headings:

  1. Organization
  2. Administration
  3. Production
  4. Marketing
  5. Evaluation

EVALUATION

  1. What is management?
  2. List five functions of a farm Manager.

Organization function: this involves putting together all factors of production during productive activities. These functions includes securing suitable land for farming,  determining what to… To Download the Full Lesson Note Online, CLICK HERE. You can also reach us on WhatsApp, Click Here to Chat with us.

WEEK 8: PROBLEMS OF FARM MANAGER

Overview:

Problems which a farm manager may face during the course of discharging his duties include:

  1. Inadequate Information: He may lack information on where to buy farm inputs, or acquire information on new innovations, current prices of farm produce, etc.
  2. Problems of Marketing: He may not know how and where to sell his produce, at what time to sell and at which price to sell to make maximum profit.
  3. Inadequate Farm Input: Farm input like seeds, feed, fertilizers, chemicals, etc, may be inadequate, scarce and expensive to get.
  4. Financial Problems: He may… To Download the Full Lesson Note Online, CLICK HERE. You can also reach us on WhatsApp, Click Here to Chat with us.

 

Agricultural Science Lesson Note for JSS1 (Third Term)

WEEK 9: Revision

Overview:

Revision… To Download the Full Lesson Note Online, CLICK HERE. You can also reach us on WhatsApp, Click Here to Chat with us.

WEEK 10: Revision

Overview:

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WEEK 11: Revision

WEEK 12: Examination

WEEK 13: Examination

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