According to the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD), the curriculum for about 1.2 million students who will start secondary school (JSS) next year has been completed.
Apart from English, mathematics and Kiswahili, students will also learn about business studies, earth sciences and life skills, he said.
In addition, biology, physics, chemistry and social studies will be introduced.
In addition, we will add optional courses in foreign and local languages. The JSS curriculum is designed to take students from theory to practical application and testing. Prof. According to Ongondo, science will become a branch of integrated knowledge that includes technology.
The KICD director said students at Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Primary School in Mombasa will start learning compound sentences, senseless comprehension and usage instead of basic words under a Kenyan primary school head teacher.
“Headmasters, after the curriculum is accepted in the schools, distribute teachers who are eligible to teach JSS and 7th grade. According to the Chairman of KICD, we have not started the distribution and are waiting for the directive of the Presidential Labor Party on Education Reform.
In order for JSS teachers to excel in their studies, Professor Ongondo asked the principal to make use of the available resources.