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CATERING CRAFT

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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SPECIAL MEAL (Other Groups)

  1. Types of groups

  • Infants

  • Pregnant women

  • Lactating women

  • Adolescent

  • Adult or aged

  • Invalid

  • Convalescent

  1. Practical




Teacher: Explain the meaning of different groups

Demonstrate menu for the various groups.

Students: Participate in the discussion, ask and answer questions. Practice menu for the various groups

Materials: A chart showing the different groups. A picture of pregnant women



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FOOD COMMODITIES

i. Egg and Egg Dishes



  • Custard making

ii. Uses of egg in cookery, binding, thickening and raising agent

iii. Practical





Teacher: Explain the process of making custard and its uses. Demonstrate the preparation of custard

Students: Practice the making of custards

Materials: Ingredients for making custards. A picture showing different types of dishes.


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FOOD COMMODITIES

Egg and Egg Dishes:



  • Poached egg

  • Fried egg

  • Scrambled egg

  • Omelette

Teacher: Practical demonstration of egg dishes

Students: Practice the making of egg dishes

Materials: picture showing different types of egg dishes (textbook, catering book)


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FOOD COMMODITIES

Traditional dishes



  • Tuwo/soup, amala, masa etc

  • Vegetable soup

Practical

Demonstrate the production of dishes using local food stuff

Participate in the practical, ask and answer questions.

Materials: A chart showing different dishes. Ingredients for the traditional dishes.


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FOOD COMMODITIES

International Dishes



  • American Dishes

  • Chinese dishes

  • Indian and other African countries.

Practical

Teacher: Demonstrate the production of international dishes

Students: Participate in the practical

Materials: Ingredients for international dishes


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FOOD COSTING/CONTROL

  1. Definition of food costing and control

  2. Objective of food costing and control

  3. Advantages and disadvantages of food costing.

Teacher: Explain the meaning of food costing and control. Enumerate the various objective of food costing and control.

Students: Participate in the discussion, ask and answer questions

Materials: dish costing sheet


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FOOD COSTING /CONTROL

Dish Costing



  • Definition

  • Purpose of food costing and control

  • Factors to consider when costing

Practical


Teacher: Explain the meaning of dish costing. Explain the purpose of food costing and control. Explain dish costing sheet and factors to consider in costing

Students: Participate in the discussion, ask and answer questions

Materials: Dish costing sheet. Portion control equipment


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FOOD COSTING AND CONTROL

  1. Portion cost per a cover

  2. Profit margin on various dishes

  3. Portion control

Teacher: Explain the meaning of portion cost per cover. Explain the various profit margins in each dish produce

Students: Participate in the discussion, ask and answer questions. Copy board summary. Do assignment

Materials: Dish costing sheet. Portion control equipment


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PRICING POLICY

  • Food control in the kitchen

  • Essential kitchen records

  • Kitchen sales and analysis




Teacher: Explain pricing policy. Explain different elements of food costing and control.

Students: participate in the discussion. Copy board summary.

Material: Food control sheet


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FOOD COSTING/CONTROL

  1. Kitchen section performance

  2. Control of food production

  3. Volume forecasting

  4. Standard yield

  5. Main objective of standard recipe.

Teacher: Explain the role of control cost in food production establishment

Students: participate in the discussion. Copy board summary

Material: Food control sheet


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Revision

Revision

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Examination

Examination

COSMETOLOGY

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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FEET AND HANDS

1. Care of feet

i). Effect of shoes on feet.

ii). Managing of feet.

2. Care of the hand.

i). Massaging

ii). Application of oil.


FEET AND HANDS

Practical on the massaging of feet and toes.

-hands.

FEET AND HAND

Nail disorders

(white spots, bitten nails, brittle nails etc)

FEET AND HAND

Nail diseases

(Ring worm, felon and ingrown nail).

SKIN

Type of skin (oily skin, dry skin etc).



SKIN

Skin care products

Common skin problems and treatments

-Practical


COLOUR WHEEL/CHART

Classification of colours (Primary, secondary, neutral, tertiary intermediate etc). Colour wheel chart



RULES OF PERSONAL HYGIENE

Personal hygiene

Grooming and grooming materials

Characteristics of grooming (daily bath, daily teeth care).




STERILIZATION

Methods of sterilization

Types of sterilization



TEACHER:

1. States ways of caring for the feet and hand.

2. States the reasons for wearing good shoes.

3. Outlines tips for buying good shoes.

4. Shows proper technique for caring for hands.

5. Demonstrates proper trimming of nails.

6. Lists common nail disorders.

7. Gives examples of nail diseases.

8. Demonstrates massage of hand and feet.
STUDENTS:

1. State the effect of wearing poor fitted shoes.

2. State proper care of hand and feet.

3. Practice trimming of hand and toe nail correctly.

4. Practice the massage of hand and feet.

5. Identify toe, feet, nail disorders.

6. Copy notes on board.
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Pumice stone, massaging creams, picture of various types and styles of shoes, poster on good shoes, pictures/charts on nail disease and disorder.



TEACHERS:

1. Defines skin

2. Lists skin types

3. Explains skin care

4. States and demonstrates the steps involved in the caring of skin

5. Lists some skin care product and defect.

6. Lists common skin problem and their corresponding treatment.

7. Demonstrates treatment of skin problems.


STUDENTS:

1. List skin types

2. Give examples and usage of skin care products.

3. Copy notes

4. Picture how to care for skin.

5. Identify common skin problems amongst their peers.

6. Carry out simple skin treatment
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Chart/magazines showing different types of skin care product. Picture showing different skin defects.


TEACHER:

1. Explains the classes of colours

2. Copy notes

3. Draws and explain a colour wheel/chart

4. Practice combinations of colours on drawing books using poster colours.
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Poster colours, colour wheel, chart, brushes, pencils, card board sheets etc.


TEACHER:

1. Explains what personal hygiene of a cosmetologist is.

2. Lists grooming materials and enumerate the appearance of well groomed cosmetologist.

3. Displays pictures of well groomed cosmetologist.


STUDENTS:

1. Explain good grooming

2. Identify grooming materials

3. Copy notes.

4. Practice good grooming
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Chart and posters showing well groomed cosmetologist grooming materials.


TEACHER:

1. Defines sterilization

2. States method of sterilization

3. Lists types of sterilization

4. Lists materials and tools of sterilization.

5. States process of sterilization.



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STERILIZATION

Materials/tools for sterilization.

Processes of sterilization practice.


STUDENTS

1. Define sterilization

2. Copy notes on board

3. Observe video/film of sterilization and practice.

4. Visit shops, markets and departmental store and compile a list of chemicals for sterilization.

5. Carry out sterilization according to the manufacturer’s instructions.



INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES

Sterilizers, washing pan, buckets, dippers, needles, combs, brushes, ultra-violet rays.




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FIRST AID

First Aid

Contents of a first aid box and their uses.

FIRST AID

First aid treatment for burns cuts etc.

Practice.


TEACHER

1. Defines first aid

2. Displays a first aid box and use its contents to demonstrate how to administer first aid on a volunteer.

STUDENTS

1. Identify first aid materials

2. copy notes

3. Practice administering first aid

4. Watch video clips and note the contents and processes of first aid treatment.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES

First aid box, charts showing first aid procedures some firs aid materials, dummy, video clips.



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Revision


Revision



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Examination


Examination



COSMETOLOGY

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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TREATMENTS OF HAIR LOSS

Hair loss

Reasons for hair loss

(Old age, poor scalp condition etc.)



TREATMENTS OF HAIR LOSS

Hair colouring

Types of hair colouring


TEACHER:

1. Explains briefly the meaning of hair loss.

2. States reason for hair loss

3. Explains treatment for hair loss and dandruff.

4. States some preventive measures for hair loss.

5. Displays charts showing different types of hair loss.


STUDENTS:

1. Define hair loss

2. Give more reasons for hair loss.

3. Identify treatment materials used for hair loss.

4. Draw different types of hair loss in their note books.

5. Carry out treatments on volunteer.


INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Display sample materials for hair loss.

Display charts/film showing hair loss.


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TINTING AND COLOURING OF HAIR

Selection of the correct colour and shade for hair practical, hair colouring.


TINTING AND COLOURING HAIR

Selection of the correct colour or shade for hair

Practical hair colouring.


CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXER

Chemical hair relaxers

Types of hair relaxers

(Cold wave, texturizers etc.)

Purchasing tips on relaxers with (NAFDAC No. & Expiration Date)

CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXERS:

Chemical hair relaxers, materials (combs, shampoo, petroleum base, hair conditioner, protective gloves, water.)



CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXERS:

Procedures for chemical hair relaxing

Practical on hair relaxing.


FACIAL DEFECTS AND TREATMENT

Facial defects



  • Winkles

  • Acne

  • Pimple


FACIAL DEFECTS AND TREATMENT

Treatments for facial defects

Practical
FACIAL DEFECTS AND TREATMENT

Recommendations for facial treatments (avoid too much intake of oily foods etc).


REVISION AND EXAMINATION

EXAMINATION


TEACHER:

1. Explains the term colouring.

2. Displays the different colours used for hair colouring.

3. Explains the difference between temporary, semi- permanent and permanent colouring.

4. Demonstrates hair colouring/ tinting on a volunteer.
STUDENT:

1. Define colouring / tinting.

2. Copy notes

3. Select the correct colour or shade for the hair.

4. Practice the right procedure of hair colouring on a volunteer.

5. Visit a beauty salon to identify some colouring products.


INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Hair colour, bowls, protective gloves, towels, etc.



TEACHER:

1. Explains chemical/ hair relaxer

2. Names types of relaxers

3. Lists purchasing tips.

4. States chemical hair relaxing procedures.

5. Carries out practical demonstration on a dummy.


STUDENTS:

1. Explain chemical hair relaxers.

2. Name types of relaxers.

3. Copy notes.

4. List tools and materials for chemical hair relaxing.

5. Practice how to apply chemical hair relaxers in groups on a dummy.


INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Shampoo, comb/brushes, protective gloves, neck strip, petroleum base, water.


TEACHER:

1. Explains the terms.

2. Differentiates between the terms.

3. Outlines different facial defects

4. Lists treatment materials

5. Applies facial treatment on a dummy/ volunteer.


STUDENTS:

1. Explain and differentiate between the three terms

2. Copy notes.

3. Suggest more treatment methods.

4. Apply and practice facial treatments on a volunteer.

5. Practice facial aerobics.


INSRUTIONAL RESOURCES:

Facial treatment creams pictures on facial/aerobics and facial defects.



COSMETOLOGY

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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APPLICATION OF MAKE-UP

Facial make- ups



  • Base foundation

  • Loose powder

  • Lip sticks

  • Eye pencils

Make up materials(facial mask, foam, facial towel etc)

APPLICATION OF FACIAL MAKE-UP

Reasons for facial make-up (beautification, concealing facial defect, maintenance of implements (proper storage, sterilization)



APPLICATION OF FACIAL MAKE-UP

Application of facial make-up



  • Cleansing

  • Moisturizing

  • Foundation

  • Concealer

  • Powder

  • Eye shadow etc.




TEACHER:

1. Methods types of facial make-up materials.

2. Displays make-up materials.

3. Demonstrates make-up application on dummy or volunteer.

4. Lists make-up tools.

5. Explains the treatment/maintenance of make-up tools

6. Outlines the method of sterilization.
STUDENT:

1. Identify make-up materials.

2.Copy note

3. Practice the use and stages of make-up tools.

4. Practice the maintenance of make-up tools.

5. Visit cosmetic store to make list of facial make-up.

6. Make albums of models wearing good facial make-up.
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE S:

Colour wheel, chart, lip pencils, powder, brush, make-up kit, sterilization kit, toner, exfoliator.





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LIP AND LIP STICK

Lip


Types of lip colours

Types of lipsticks




LIP AND LIPS STICK

Technique for lip colour application

Practical

Lip tricks



TEACHER:

1. Names different shapes of lip

2. Displays lip sticks and color wheel.

3. Demonstrates lip tricks using video film.

4. Applies lipstick on volunteer.
STUDENT:

1. Copy notes on board

2. Practice the mixing of lip colour wheel.

3. Observe the process of lip tricks from video film.

4. Application of lip sticks on a dummy or volunteer.
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Colour wheel, chart, lip pencils, lip sticks, lip balm, video film etc.





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EYE BROWS, EYE LIDS AND EYELASHES

Eye brows and eyelashes

Materials for eyebrows, eyelids and eyelashes.


  • Tweezers

  • Eye pencil

  • Mascara


EYE BROWS, EYELIDS AND EYELASHES.

Practical on the use of eye brows, eye lids and eye lashes materials.





TEACHER:

1. Lists types of eyebrow

2. Lists materials for eye brows, eye lids and eyelashes.

- tweezers

- eye pencil

- mascara etc

3. Practical on the use of eye brows, eye lids and eye lashes materials.

STUDENT:

1. Identify different shapes of eye brow.

2. List materials used for eye brows, eye lids and eye lashes.

3. Copy notes on board.

4. Practice the use of wax, tweezers etc.

5. Apply eye pencil, mascara etc. on a dummy.


INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES :

Dummy, eye pencil, eye shadow, mascara, tweezers, charts showing different shapes of eye brows etc.





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ARTIFICIAL HAIR

Hair pieces and wigs

Difference between wigs and hair pieces.

Reasons for wearing wigs.


ARTIFICAL HAIR

Caring for wigs and hair pieces

Tips when buying hair pieces and wigs
ARTIFICIAL HAIR

Production of wigs

(Practical)
ARTIFICIAL HAIR

Procedure for fixing artificial hair.

Practical on fixing of artificial hair.


Revision

Examination


TEACHER:

1. Explains the difference between wig and hair piece.

2. States reasons for wearing wigs.

3. States care for wigs.

4. Demonstrates the making of wigs.

5. Demonstrates application of hair extension on a dummy or volunteer.



STUDENT:

1. Differentiate between wigs and hair piece.

2. Copy notes on board.

3. Practice application of hair extension on volunteer.

4. Collect samples to see manufacturer’s instructions for care and handling of wigs and hair pieces.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES:

Sample of wig, hair pieces, needles, thread, scissors, nets, dummy, etc.


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