Biology Form 1 Syllabus

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Biology Form 1 Syllabus
  1. Introduction To Biology 
    1. Basic Concepts and Terminologies of Biology Syllabus
      1. Explain the meaning of basic biological concepts and terminologies Syllabus
      2. Outline the characteristics of living things Syllabus
      3. Explain the importance of studying biology Syllabus
      4. Relate biological science with other related fields Syllabus
    2. Scientific Processes in Biology Syllabus
      1. Use own sense organs to make correct observations Syllabus
      2. Take measurements of mass, length, temperature and pulse rate Syllabus
      3. Carry out simple biological experiments Syllabus
    3. The Biology Laboratory Syllabus
      1. Describe the biology laboratory Syllabus
      2. Distinguish the biology laboratory from other school facilities Syllabus
      3. Interpret warning signs on containers of laboratory chemicals and apparatus Syllabus
      4. Identify common apparatus and equipment of biology laboratory Syllabus
  2. Safety In Our Environment Syllabus
    1. First Aid Syllabus
      1. Explain the meaning and importance of first aid at home and at school Syllabus
      2. Identity components of the first aid kit and their uses Syllabus
      3. Outline procedures of giving first aid to various victims Syllabus
    2. Safety at Home and School Syllabus
      1. Mention common accidents at home and school Syllabus
      2. Outline ways of preventing accidents at home and school Syllabus
      3. Explain ways of maintain safety at home and school Syllabus
    3. Waste Disposal Syllabus
      1. Explain the terms “Waste” and waste disposal Syllabus
      2. Identify types of waste Syllabus
      3. Outline basic principle of waste disposal Syllabus
      4. Demonstrate proper ways of disposing waste Syllabus
      5. Explain effects of poor waste disposal Syllabus
      6. Suggest proper ways of disposing waste in the surrounding community Syllabus
    4. The Concept of Health and Immunity Syllabus
      1. Explain the concepts of health and immunity Syllabus
      2. Mention types of body immunity and their importance Syllabus
      3. State factors which affects body immunity Syllabus
    5. Personal Hygiene and Good Manners Syllabus
      1. Explain concepts of personal hygiene and good manners Syllabus
      2. Outline principle of personal hygiene and good manners Syllabus
      3. Mention requirements of personal hygiene and good manners Syllabus
      4. Outline ways of maintaining proper personal hygiene during puberty Syllabus
      5. Explain the importance of personal hygiene and good manners Syllabus
    6. Infections and Diseases Syllabus
      1. Explain the meaning of the terms infection and disease Syllabus
      2. Mention common infections and diseases Syllabus
      3. Explain the causes, symptoms, mode of transmission and effects of common infections and diseases Syllabus
      4. Suggest appropriate preventive and control measures for common infections and diseases Syllabus
    7. Human Immune Deficiency Virus (HIV) Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDs) Syllabus
      1. Explain the meaning of HIV/AIDs, STIs, and STDs Syllabus
    8. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and Sexually Transmitted Diseases(STDs) Syllabus
      1. Explain causes, symptoms, mode and transmission and effects of HIV/AIDs, STIs and STDs Syllabus
      2. Outline the preventive and control measures of HIV?AIDs, STIs and STDs Syllabus
    9. Management of STIs and HIV/AIDs Syllabus
      1. Explain ways of avoiding risky situations, risky behaviours and practices Syllabus
      2. Demonstrate necessary skills for avoiding risky behaviours, practices and situations Syllabus
    10. Care and Support of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) Syllabus
      1. Explain the importance of providing care and support to PLWHA in the family community and at school Syllabus
      2. Outline necessary care and support services provided to PLWHA in the family, community and at school Syllabus
      3. Explain the effects of discrimination and stigma to people living with HIV/AIDS to the individual, family and society Syllabus
  3. Cell Structure And Organization Syllabus
    1. The Concept of Cell Syllabus
      1. Explain the meaning of the cell Syllabus
      2. Mention the characteristics of the cell Syllabus
      3. Differentiate various types of cells Syllabus
      4. Explain the functions of different parts of plant and animal cells Syllabus
      5. Draw and label plant and animal cell Syllabus
      6. Outline similarities and differences of plant and animal cells Syllabus
    2. Cell Differentiation Syllabus
      1. Explain the concept of cell differentiation Syllabus
      2. Outline the importance of cell differentiation and formation of tissues, organs and body systems Syllabus
      3. Differentiate cells, tissues organs and body systems Syllabus
  4. Classification Of Living Things Syllabus
    1. Concept of Classification Syllabus
      1. Explain the concept of classification Syllabus
      2. Group living things according to their similarities and differences Syllabus
      3. Explain the importance of classifying living things Syllabus
    2. Classification Systems Syllabus
      1. Outline types of classification systems and their differences Syllabus
      2. Explain merits and demerits of each type of classification system Syllabus
      3. Carry out practical activities of classifying living things according to artificial and natural classification systems Syllabus
    3. Major Groups of Living Things Syllabus
      1. Mention major groups of living things Syllabus
      2. Outline ranks of classification Syllabus
      3. Carryout practical activities of grouping organisms into their respective major groups Syllabus
    4. Viruses Syllabus
      1. Explain general and distinctive features of viruses Syllabus
      2. Describe the structure of viruses Syllabus
      3. Outline advantages and disadvantages of viruses Syllabus
    5. Kingdom Monera Syllabus
      1. Explain general and distinctive features of the kingdom monera Syllabus
      2. Describe structures of the representative organisms of the kingdom monera Syllabus
      3. Outline the advantages and disadvantages of the kingdom monera Syllabus
      4. Outline the characteristics of pathogenic and non-pathogenic bacteria Syllabus
    6. Kingdom Protoctista Syllabus
      1. Explain general and distinctive features of the kingdom protoctista Syllabus
      2. Mention phyla of the kingdom protoctista Syllabus
      3. Describe structure of amoeba and paramecium Syllabus
      4. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of amoeba, euglena paramecium and plasmodium Syllabus

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