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WOOD WORK

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION;

TIMBER PREPARATION, HAND TOOLS AND MACHINE.

Teacher demonstrates sequence in timber preparation.

Students carry out sawing and planning activities with hand tools and machines.

Resources; unplanned timber. Hand tolls and machines.


2

WOOD-WORK JOINTS; TYPES, CLASSIFICATION AND USES.


Teacher demonstrates types of classification and practical use of wood work joints.

Students classify and state practical applications of wood work joints.

Resources; wood, hand tools and machines.


3

PRACTICAL WORK OF CONSTRUCTIONS OF JOINTS


Teacher demonstrates correct use of tools and machines for making wood work joints.

Students construct halving joints.

Resources; wood and hand tools.


4

TYPES OF ASSEMBLING (PRE-ASSEMBLING, SUB-ASSEMBLING, AND FINAL ASSEMBLING).

Teacher engage students in making and assembling wood work joints.

Students make and assemble wood work joints.

Resources; ca-crap, sash crap, etc


5

WOOD FINISHES AND FINISHING; PREPARATION OF WOOD SURFACES FOR FINISHES, TYPES OF WOOD FINISHES, ETC

Teacher describes types, uses, and characteristics of wood finishes.

Students prepare wood surface for application of finishes.

Resources; spray gun, hand brush, cotton wool, glass paper, nose mask, etc


6

WOOD ABRASIVE AND WOOD ADHESIVES; GRADES, USES, SELECTION, CLASSIFICATION, CHARACTERISTICS, ETC

Teacher demonstrates production of wood abrasives from local materials.

Students produce wood abrasives from local materials.

Resources; local materials for producing wood abrasives.


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WOOD FITTINGS; HINGES, LOCKS, WOOD SCREW, NAILS, BOLTS, ETC

Teacher displays various fittings.

Students examine and identify various types of fittings, and state their uses.

Resources; various fittings.


8

VENEERING; METHODS OF PRODUCTION, TOOLS, AND MATERIAL PROCESSES; e.g plywood production, non-wood materials.

Teacher displays common non-wood materials, posters, diagrams, and sketches to show methods of producing veneers.

Samples of non wood materials.

Resources; posters, charts, veneers, press, glue, and veneering tools.


9

WOOD BENDING; METHODS, TOOLS, AND DEVICES INVOLVED IN WOOD BENDING.

Teacher demonstrates wood bending using formers and kerfing.

Students apply principles and techniques of wood bending to produce shapes.

Resources; bending devices, tools, and materials, bent shapes etc


10

PROJECT DESIGN AND DRAWING; preliminary free hand sketching of furniture items, preparation of working, drawing, cutting list and bill of materials.

Explain the concept of design, design factors, fundamentals and process. Describe types of drawings, cutting list and bills of materials. Make preliminary free hand sketches, prepare working drawings, cutting list. Resources; furniture items, drawing instruments, and materials.

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INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN WOOD WORKING.

-Merchandising

-Log

-Timber and plywood.



-Wood turning.

-Furniture spraying and decoration.



Discuss varieties of business opportunities in wood work.

Take students to timber yard, machine shops, saw mills, spraying shops, etc.

Visit saw mills timber sheds, carving shops, spraying shops, wood turning shops, etc

Resources; films and videos, catalogs, posters, directory of local and foreign manufacturers of furniture, materials, fittings, etc



12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

HOME MANAGEMENT

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONENT

ACTIVITIES

1-

Energy management

  1. Meaning of energy management.

  2. Ad vantages

  3. Guidelines for energy management.

  4. Fatigue – meaning, types-, physiologic fatigue etc. Prevention of fatigue.




-Explains the meaning and process of energy management.

-Guides students on discussion.

Students:

1-Ask and answer questions.

2- Copy notes.

Learning Materials: chart showing the processes of managing energy.




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Energy management

Work simplification

  1. Application of management process to energy use.

  2. Relationship between time and energy management.

  3. Factors that affect energy use.

  4. Meaning and advantages.

- Demonstrate the use of labour saving devices.

Students: Participate in class discussion.

Instructional Resources: Real objects e.g. labor saving devices e.g. blender.


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Work simplification

  1. Guidelines and principle of work simplification.

  2. Ways of achieving work simplification.

  3. Application of work simplification principles to specific tasks e.g. meal preparation etc




-Guides students in class discussion.

-Collects and marks note.

Students: 1- Participate in class discussion. 2- Copy notes.


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Human and social skills development

  1. Meaning of human rights and development.

  2. Human skills- Types e.g. courage, zeal, enthusiasm etc.

  3. Social skills-Types e.g. communication, respect etc.

  4. Importance of human and social skills.

  5. Ways of developing human and social skills.




  1. Explain the meaning and importance.

  2. Give students assignments.

Students: 1- Listen to the explanation. 2- carry out the assignment.

Learning Materials : charts.



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Human rights

  1. Meaning.

  2. Fundamentals of human rights.

  3. Rights of the child.

  4. Rights of a woman.

  5. Human rights violation.




  1. Motivate students to stand for their rights.

Students: 1-Participate in class discussion.

Learning Materials: charts and pictures of violation of human rights.




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Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STIs or STDs )

  1. Sex education – meaning and importance.

  2. Meaning of STDs.

  3. Types and causes.

  4. Signs/ symptoms of each type.

  5. Prevention and treatment.

  6. Care and support of infected persons.

  1. Explain the meaning of sex education and STDs.

  2. Guides students in class discussion.

Students : 1- Listens to the teacher. 2- Take part in class discussion.

Learning Materials : charts and pictures of infected persons.



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Courtship and marriage

  1. Boys and girls relationship.

  2. Courtship- meaning and importance.

  3. Marriage meaning and importance.

  4. Types of marriage.



  1. Guides students in discussion.

  2. Give assignment.

Students :

1- Participate in class discussion. 2-Carryout assignment.

Learning Materials : charts and pictures.


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Marriage( continued )

Planning a family

  1. Advantages and disadvantages of each type :

  2. Factors to consider when choosing a partner for marriage.

  3. Procedures for marriage (engagement).

  4. Tips to successful marriages- love, companionship etc.

  5. Establishing a family. Financial plans family planning. Advantages of family planning.

  1. Explain boy and girl relationship.

  2. Guide students in class discussion.

Students: 1- Listen to teacher. 2-Copy notes.

Learning Materials: charts.



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Scientific study of food nutrients

  1. Food nutrients- sources and functions.

  2. Effects of deficiency and excess of each nutrient.

  3. Treatment of the effect.


10-

Effect of heat on nutrients

  1. Test for- protein e.g. millions reagent. Carbohydrate- iodine test fats and oil e.g. blotting paper.

  2. Practical.

  3. Effect of heat on proteins e.g. meat.

  4. Carbohydrate e.g. starch (yam).

  5. Fats and oil e.g. butter, palm oil.

  6. Practical.

-Demonstrate the effect of heat on these nutrients.

Students: Carry out the practical.

Learning Materials: Real objects meat, eggs, yam and butter.


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Food storage and preservation

  1. Guidelines for preserving foodstuffs.

  2. Methods of food storage.

  3. Methods of food preservation.

  4. Practical work on food preservation.




Meaning of food preservation. Discusses methods of food storage and preservation.

Students: 1- Listen to the teacher. 2-Carryout the practical work.

Learning Materials : Real objects maize, meat etc.


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Food storage and preservation

  1. Preservation of foods continued.

  2. Guidelines for food preservation

  1. Guide students in discussion. Students: listen and partake in class discussion.




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Revision

Revision

14-

Examination

Examination

HOME MANAGEMENT

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONENT

ACTIVITIES

1-

Flour and Flour mixture

  1. Types of flour, rice, cassava, wheat, plantain

  2. Characteristics of each type.

  3. Uses of flour in cooking e.g. cakes, doughnut etc: Practical




  1. Teacher discusses flour and its mixture

  2. Demonstrate uses of flour in cooking.

Students: 1- Listen to teacher, use flour in cooking (practical)

  1. Learning materials

  2. Real objects

  3. Samples of flour e.g. wheat flour .

2-

Laundering equipments

  1. Classification and uses of laundering tools and equipment.

  2. Guidelines for utilization

  3. Care and maintenance

  4. Laundering agents: - Types laundering blue, fabric rinses etc.

Stiffening agents etc

  1. Characteristics are uses of laundering agents.

  1. Leads students on discussion.

- Gives assignment.

Students: Participate in class discussion



  1. Carry out assignment.

  2. Learning materials- sample of laundering agent(real object) e.g. starch, detergent etc


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Laundering Processes

  1. Revision for laundry.

  2. Steps and guidelines in laundry work.

  3. Practical laundry of specific items e.g. cotton, wool, fabrics and satin using laundry agents e.g. starch, dettol, blue etc.



  1. Explains the meaning of laundry and reasons of laundry, discusses the process of laundry and carryout practical.

Students :

Listen and participate in the practical.

Learning materials : Same as number 2 above.


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Stain and stain removal

  1. Meaning of stain and types.

  2. Stain removing agents.

  3. Process / procedures of removing stain.

  4. Practical.




  1. Explain the meaning and types of stain.

  2. Demonstrate the skills in removing different stains.

Students – listen to teacher and copy notes.

L earning materials : Real objects , bleach, stained fabric etc



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Interior decoration

  1. Meaning and importance of interior decoration.

  2. Uses and application of elements and principles of art and design.

  3. Guidelines for interior decoration.

  4. Flower arrangement – Types of flower arrangement.

  5. Flower vase and holders.

  6. Guidelines and steps in arranging flower. Practical




  1. Discuss interior decoration and flower arrangement.

  2. Demonstrate the arrangement of flowers.

Students :

Listen to teacher, participate in the practical.

Learning materials: Flower vases, fresh flowers (real object).



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Maintenance and care of home

  1. Tools and equipment for cleaning the home.

  2. Cleaning agents and materials, types.

  3. Practical- preparation of simple cleaning agents.




  1. Discusses cleaning agents.

  2. Prepares cleaning agents.

Students: participate in making cleaning agents.


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Maintenance and care of home ( continued )

  1. Care of home furnishing and ornaments.

  2. Bed making.

  3. Practical.

  4. Cleaning different functional areas of the home. Practical

- Discuss the maintenance and care of the home.

- Prepare simple cleaning agents.

Students: listen to the teacher.

Participate in practical.




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Environmental friendly consumption practices.

  • Friendly and non-friendly consumption practices.

  1. Friendly environmental consumption practices e.g. foods, housing, clothing, toiletries or beauty.

Practical ( visit to saloon).Non friendly environmental consumption practices e.g. Tobacco, Cocaine, heroin, etc


  1. Teacher- Discusses friendly and non friendly consumption practices.

  1. Gives assignment.

  2. Students: participate in the discussion

  3. Carry out assignment learning materials real object: Chart.

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Environmental friendly consumption practices.

  1. Promotion of environmental friendly consumption practices e.g. Through messages and songs.

  2. Group word in developing messages on promotion of friendly environmental consumption practices practical.

  1. Teacher gives group project.

  2. Award mark on project-developing song and messages.

  3. Student-carry out the project




  1. Learning materials-chart.




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Principles of consumer education

  1. Meaning and importance of consumer education.

  2. Consumer agents- Types and functions of each agent.




-Discuss and explain the functions of consumer agents.

Students: listens and copy notes.

Learning materials: charts.


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Consumer legislation

  1. Types of consumer legislation- SON Standard Organization of Nigeria, price control board etc.

  2. Functions of consumer legislation.

  3. Regulations of agencies.

-Explains consumer legislation and their functions.

Students: listens to the teacher.



  • Asks and answer questions.

Learning materials: charts.


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Revision

Revision

13-

Examination

Examination

HOME MANAGEMENT

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONENT

ACTIVITIES

1-

Test interpretation

  1. Making a time plan to show the order of work.

  2. Interpretation of test.




1- Explain the interpretation of test.

2- Makes time plan.

Students: listens to the teacher. Participate in time planning.

Learning materials: past WAEC and NECO questions.




2-

Test interpretation

  1. Making a time plan to show the order of work.

  2. Interpretation of test.




  1. Explain the interpretation of test.

  2. Makes time plan.

Students: listens to the teacher. Participate in time planning.

Learning materials: past WAEC and NECO questions.




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Developing creative problem solving skills and entrepreneurship

Creative entrepreneurship



  1. Meaning and importance.

  2. Relationship between creativity and entrepreneurship.

  3. Creative problem solving- importance and development.

Explains the meaning and importance of creative entrepreneurship.


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Developing creative problem solving skills and entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurial



  1. Skills- e.g. creativity, management, communication and critical thinking.

  2. Activities (enterprises) fashion, designing, fast-food, bed making.

  3. Practical.




  1. Discuss skills of entrepreneurial.

  2. Conduct practical on activities of entrepreneurial.

Students: listens and participates in practical.

Learning materials: beads and tools for beads making, designing cards and tools for designing cards.



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