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BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

EXCAVATION PROBLEMS

Solution to excavation problems.



Teacher explains problems associated with excavation in wet ground, loose soil, water logged etc.

Students identify various problems associated with excavation, visit any construction site.

Resources; visit any constructions site, pictures of drawings.


2

EXCAVATION PROBLEMS

Safety rules during excavation.



Teacher explains problems associated with excavation in wet ground, loose soil, water logged etc.

Students identify various problems associated with excavation, visit any construction site.

Resources; visit any constructions site, pictures of drawings.


3

CONCRETE

  • Definition of concrete

  • Properties and characteristics of concrete

  • Process of concrete production.




Teacher defines concrete, explains properties of concrete and characteristics of concrete, the concrete process, explains different types of concrete.

Students define and identify properties of concrete process, explain types of concrete.

Resources; sand, cement, gravel, reinforcement bars.


4

CONCRETE

Types of concrete test.



Teacher defines concrete, explains properties of concrete and characteristics of concrete, the concrete process, explains different types of concrete.

Students define and identify properties of concrete process, explain types of concrete.

Resources; sand, cement, gravel, reinforcement bars.


5 & 6

FOUNDATION

Types of foundation.



Teacher identifies different types of foundation e.g. raft, pile, pile strip etc, visit construction site.

Students list different types of foundation e.g. raft, pile, pile strip etc, visit construction.

Resources; drawings, visit any construction site.


7

GROUND FLOOR

  • Definition of basement.

  • Difference between basement and solid ground floor.






Teacher define basement, explain the differences between building and basement, problems associated with basements.

Students explain basement, differentiate between building and basement, list problems of basement.

Resources; drawings, visit any construction site.


8

GROUND FLOOR

  • Problems related to basement

  • Detailed drawing required.

Teacher define basement, explain the differences between building and basement, problems associated with basements.

Students explain basement, differentiate between building and basement, list problems of basement.

Resources; drawings, visit any construction site.


9

WALL OPENINGS

  • Definition of openings in wall (doors and windows)

  • Methods of constructing wall openings.

Teacher defines openings in wall, explain how openings can be constructed in wall, explain functional requirement of openings in wall, visit any construction site.

Students define openings in wall, explain how openings in wall can be constructed, state functions of openings in wall, visit construction site.

Resources; drawings, visit construction site.


10

WALL OPENINGS

  • functions of wall openings.

  • Role of lintels.

Teacher defines openings in wall, explains how openings can be constructed in wall, explain functional requirement of openings in wall, visits any construction site.

Students define openings in wall, explain how openings in wall can be constructed, state functions of openings in wall, visit construction site.

Resources; drawings, visit construction site.


11

SUSPENDED UPPER FLOOR

  • Definition of concrete upper floor

  • Methods of concrete floor construction.

Teacher defines and explain upper floor, list the functions of upper floor, explain the method of constructing concrete floor.

Students define and explain upper floor, list the functions of upper floor, identify method used in constructing concrete floor.

Resources; spirit level, wooden float, line and pegs, builder’s square etc.


12

SUSPENDED UPPER FLOOR

  • Functions of upper floor

  • Suspended timber upper floor.

Teacher defines and explain upper floor, list the functions of upper floor, explain the method of constructing concrete floor.

Students define and explain upper floor, list the functions of upper floor, identify method used in constructing concrete floor.

Resources; spirit level, wooden float, line and pegs, builder’s square etc.


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BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

SUSPENDED UPPER FLOOR

Formwork for suspended upper floor.



Teacher defines and explains upper floor, lists the functions of upper floor, explain the method of constructing concrete floor.

Students define and explain upper floor, list the functions of upper floor, identify methods used in constructing concrete floor.

Resources; spirit level, wooden float, line, builder’s square etc.


2

ROOFS

  • Definition and purpose of roof

  • Roof.

Teacher defines roof and explains it purposes, states the components of roof, identify roof materials, drawing.

Students define and state the purpose of roof, identify roofing materials, explain types of roof, draw diagrams of roof.

Resources; roofing sheets, nails, 2x2 timber, 2x4 timber etc.


3

ROOFS

  • Functional requirement of roof

  • Materials used for roof construction.

Teacher defines roof and explains it purposes, states the components of roof, identify roof materials, drawing.

Students define and state the purpose of roof, identify roofing materials, explain types of roof, draw diagrams of roof.

Resources; roofing sheets, nails, 2x2 timber, 2x4 timber etc.


4

ROOFS

  • Types of roofs

  • Problems of roof

Teacher defines roof and explains it purposes, states the components of roof, identify roof materials, drawing.

Students define and state the purpose of roof, identify roofing materials, explain types of roof, draw diagrams of roof.

Resources; roofing sheets, nails, 2x2 timber, 2x4 timber etc.


5

DRAINAGE INSTALLATION

  • Setting out and excavation of trenches for drainage.

  • Types of drainage pipes.

Teacher explains the setting out between excavation, explain the gradient of trench excavation, laying of drainage pipes, explain the types of drainage pipes and methods of testing.

Students involve in practical, excavate the setting out, set out the gradient of fall to trench.

Resources; shovel, digger, head pan, lines and pias etc.


6

DRAINAGE INSTALLATION

Laying of drainage.



Teacher explains the setting out between excavation, explain the gradient of trench excavation, laying of drainage pipes, explain the types of drainage pipes and methods of testing.

Students involve in practical, excavate the setting out, set out the gradient of fall to trench.

Resources; shovel, digger, head pan, lines and pias etc.


7

DRAINAGE INSTALLATION

Methods of testing drainage.



Teacher explains the setting out between excavation, explain the gradient of trench excavation, laying of drainage pipes, explain the types of drainage pipes and methods of testing.

Students involve in practical, excavate the setting out, set out the gradient of fall to trench.

Resources; shovel, digger, head pan, lines and pias etc.


8

SANITARY APPLIANCES AND INSTALLATION

  • Soil and waste appliances.

  • Materials for sanitary appliances.




Teacher defines and explains soils and waste appliances, states the materials for sanitary appliances, explain the installation process of various appliances.

Students define soil and waste appliances, state materials for sanitary appliances, sketch and explain the various sanitary appliances.

Resources; drawings, visiting of construction site.


9

SANITARY APPLIANCES AND INSTALLATION

  • Types of sanitary appliances

  • Installation of sanitary appliances.

Teacher defines and explains soils and waste appliances, states the materials for sanitary appliances, explain the installation process of various appliances.

Students define soil and waste appliances, state materials for sanitary appliances, sketch and explain the various sanitary appliances.

Resources; drawings, visiting of construction site.


10

TYPES OF ELECTRICAL WIRING MATERIALS

  • Explanation of IEE regulation

  • Identification of electrical wiring materials

  • Uses of electrical wiring materials

  • Types of electrical wiring.

Teacher state IEE regulation, identify various electrical wiring materials, explains the uses of electrical materials, show students different types of material used for conduit wiring.

Students state IEE regulation, identify the electrical wiring materials, explain the uses of electrical wiring materials, identify various types of electrical wiring.

Resources; electrical wiring materials; IEE regulation, drawing etc.


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WOOD WORK

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

HAND TOOLS SAFETY; SAFETY PRECAUTION IN CARRYING, STORING, AND HANDLING OF HAND TOOLS.

Teacher place safety notice.

Students demonstrate safe ways of carrying, storing and handling hand tools.

Resources; safety and posters.


2

MACHINE SAFETY; GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SAFETY


Teacher displays safety charts and posters. Students observe safety rules.

Resources; safety charts and posters.



3

SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTS


Teacher describes precaution in the use of electrical equipments. Students observe safety rules.

Resources; safety charts and posters



4

PREVENTION OF MECHANICAL FAULTS

Teacher describes precaution to prevent mechanical faults. Students observe safety rules.

Resources; safety charts and posters.



5

SAFETY IN MACHINE OPERATION

Teacher emphasizes behavior in the machine shop. Students observe safety rules.

Resources; safety charts and posters.



6

SAFETY DEVICES AND APPLIANCES; PUSH STICK, PUSH BLOCK, GUARDS, EYE GOGGLES, ETC

Teacher emphasizes the correct use of safety devices and appliances. Students use appropriate safety devices and appliances.

Resources; push stick, push block, guards, overall etc.



7

THE USE OF APPROPRIATE SAFETY DEVICES AND APPLIANCES

Teacher shows correct use of safety devices and appliances.

Students use appropriate safety devices and appliances.

Resources; push stick, guards, overall, eye goggles, etc


8

FIRST AID;

Define first aid,

First aid box, and

Materials.



Teacher displays first aid materials. Students define first aid.

Resources; first aid box, and materials.



9

FIRST AID CHARTS AND POSTERS.

Teacher displays first aid charts, and posters.

Students identify materials on the charts and posters.

Resources; posters and charts.


10

DEMONSTRATE HOW TO APPLY FIRST AID IN DIFFERENT SITUATION.

Teacher applies first aid in different situation as an example.

Students apply first aid.

Resources; video clips.


11

DESCRIBE HOW TO TREAT A CUT

Teacher demonstrates how to treat a simple cut.

Students observe how to treat a cut.

Resources; material in first aid box.


12

PRECAUTION OF FIRST AID MATERIALS AFTER USED LIKE DISPOSAL ETC

Hand gloves to be used after treatment, and should be disposed.

Students observe how to dispose already used materials.

Resources; materials in first aid box.


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WOOD WORK

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

TYPES OF MAINTENANCE E.G CORRECTIVE, PREDICTIVE AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE.

Teacher describe types of maintenance. Students differentiate the three types of maintenance.

Resources; charts and posters.



2

DETAILED ILLUSTRATION OF CORRECTIVE METHOD OF MAINTENANCE, ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES


Teacher demonstrates corrective method of maintenance. Students observe corrective method of maintenance.

Resources; grease and oil.



3

PREDICTIVE METHOD OF MAINTENANCE; ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES


Teacher emphasizes on checking all the time, the parts of the machine. Students observe and take notes.

Resources; posters and charts.



4

PREVENTIVE (CHARTS AND POSTERS) METHOD OF MAINTENANCE, ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES.

Teacher use charts and posters to display.

Students observe the charts and posters.

Resources; charts and posters.


5

REASONS FOR MAINTENANCE OF TOOLS AND MACHINES.

The teacher will give reasons for maintenance.

Students state reasons for maintenance.

Resources; charts and posters.


6

MAINTENANCE OF HAND TOOLS

Teacher demonstrate; grinding, sharping, oiling, topping. Students observe and demonstrate correct techniques of grinding, sharpening, oiling, etc.

Resources; hand tools, grinding machine, saw set, files etc



7

TOPPING, RE-SHARPING AND SETTING SAWS.

Teacher demonstrates; topping, re-sharping, and setting saws. Students observe and demonstrate correct techniques.

8

STORING OF HAND TOOLS TO PROLONG THE LIFE SPAN

Teacher demonstrates storing of hand tools in cupboard.

Students observe storing method of tools.

Resources; oil stone, grinding etc


9

MAINTENANCE OF MACHINES

Teacher shows the machine parts requiring greasing and oiling. Students observe demonstration.

Resources; grease, oil, brush and grease gun etc



10

THE IMPORTANCE OF LUBRICATING MACHINE PARTS

Teacher explains the reasons for lubricating machine parts. Students lubricate machine parts correctly.

Resources; grease, oil, brush etc



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