BUSINESS STUDIES JSS2 FIRST TERM TOPICS/PLAN (WEEK 1 TO 12)
AIDS TO TRADE
Definition and explanation of aids to trade
– Different aids to trade Transport
– Means of transportation (air, rail,road, water, pipeline)
– Importance of transportation tocommerce.
Teacher: Define and explain the term aids to trade. State various aids to trade. Explain various means of transportation
Students: Define trade and mention the means of transport they know.
Material: A photograph showing Aeroplane, car, ship train etc.
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AIDS TO TRADE Advertisement
Types of advertisement
Means of advertisement(newspapers, radio,television etc)
– Communication firms
Teacher defines and explain advertisement. Explain how advertisement aids trade. Explain various means of advertisement and types of advertisement. Discuss communication and communication firms. Importance to trade
Students: list communication firms they know, also define communication.
Material: A slot of advertisement pictures from newspapers, magazine etc. photographs of communication gadgets to be displayed.
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AIDS TO TRADE
Definition and explanation
Examples of bank (UBA,
– Types of Banks
– Bank as aid to tradeInsurance
– Types of insurance policies
– Importance of insurance to trade.
Materials: Pictures of insurance firms and things they can insure such as vehicles, houses etc.
Teacher: Define and explain bank. State the examples of banks. Discuss types of banks e.g. Central , commercial, development banks etc
Students: Define banks; take an excursion to a bank.
Materials: Pictures of banks activities. Teacher: Define and explain insurance. Discuss types of insurance policies. State the importance of insurance.
Students: Define insurance; take an excursion to an insurance company.
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