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FISHERIES

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Fish Pond

  1. Meaning of fish pond

  2. Types of fish pond

  • Earthen

  • Concrete

  • Barrage

  • Rosary

  • Diversion

  • Parallel

Teacher guides students in making sketches of different pnd types

2

Other Culturing facilities

  • Tanks(fibre glass

  • Pen & cages

  • Happp

  • Race ways

Practical

Guide the students to construct school fish pond.

3

Components of pond

  • In-lets

  • Out-lets

  • Dykes

  • Spill ways

  • Monks etc

Practical

Arrange a visit to a standard fish pond

4

Culture system

  • Monoculture

  • Polyculture

  • Mono-sex culture

  • Integrated fish farming

Practical

Teacher explains culture systems, gives examples and ask questions. Students give their own examples and ask their own questions

5

cont.

  • Intensive fish farming

  • Semi-intensive fish farming

  • Extensive farming



6

Water Quality

  • Meaning

  • Conditions of water quality that promote good health of fish survival

Practical

Carry out laboratory experiment on water quality

7

Water Quality Parameters

  • Dissolved oxygen (Do)

  • PH

  • Temperature

  • Turbidity

  • Conductivity

Practical

Guide the students to carry out the tests on water quality


8

Methods of monitoring water quality

  • Use of dissolved oxygen meter

  • Wrinklers method

  • Use of PH meter

  • Litmus test

Guide the students to carry out the tests on water quality parameters.

9

Optimum water parameters

  • Dissolved oxygen (Do) 5.0-8.0)

  • Turbidity less than 3.0cm

Laboratory experiment on water quality parameters

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How to increase oxygen in the pond

  • Use of oxygen pump

  • Beating the water top with paddle

  • Making rowing movement to create water current

  • Add fresh water

  • Change the water

Students write reports on the demonstrations

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Revision

Revisions

Revision




12-13

Examination

Examination

Examination

FISHERIES

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Fish feed

  1. Natural Fish Feed:

  • Photo planktons –Algae & water plants

  • Zoo-planktons – Amoeba , rotifers

  • Earthworms

Display feed stuffs and diss the nutritive value of each feed stuffs or materials

2

Fish Feed cont.

  • Molluses

  • Insects and larvae

  • Paw- paw leaves

  • Maggots

Display feed stuffs and diss the nutritive value of each feed stuffs or materials

3

Fish Feed cont.

Artificial Feed

  • Artificially formulated feeds, e.g; pellets & unpelleted feeds

Display feed stuffs and diss the nutritive value of each feed stuffs or materials

4

Fish Feed cont.

  • Rice bran

  • Soya bean cake

  • Groundnut cake

Display feed stuffs and diss the nutritive value of each feed stuffs or materials

5

Fish Feed cont.

  • Fish meal

  • Bone meal

  • Blood meal

  • Wheat bran

  • Cotton seed cake

Display feed stuffs and diss the nutritive value of each feed stuffs or materials

6

Fish Feed cont.

  • Red oil

  • Garri/corn flower

  • Vitamin premix

Display feed stuffs and diss the nutritive value of each feed stuffs or materials

7

Nutritive value of feed components

  1. Energy yielding feeds –sources:

  • Corn & wheat bran

  • Garri & rice

  1. Protein yielding Feeds –sources:

  • Soya bean

  • Fish meal

  • Groundnut cake

  • Blood meal



8

Summary of the essential nutrients of requirements of fish

  • Protein & amino acids

  • Carbohydrate

  • Fats & fatty acids

  • Vitamins and minerals

Display feed stuff and discuss their nutritive value

9

Exploitation of feeding regine

  • 4% -5% body weight for fingerlings, juveniles and sub-adults

  • 2.5-3.5% body weight for adults

Students should determine the feeding regine of a number of fish based on their body weight

10

Period of feeding

  • Three(3) times daily fir fingerlings

  • Two(2) times daily for adults,

students should be engaged in feeding the fish

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Methods of feeding

  • Broad casting

  • Spot feeding

  • Automatic feeding (using automatic feeder)

Teacher guides the students to practice the different feeding methods

12

Revision

Revisions

Revision

13-14

examination

examination

examination

FISHERIES

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Establishment of fish pond

  1. Pre operations before the establishment of new pond

  • Site selection

  • Surveying of the land

  • Clearing and stumping of the land

Practical

Teacher guides the discussion on the preparation of the ponds to stocking

2

cont

  • Construction of dam

  • Construction of core trench

  • Construction of spill way

  • Construction of monk

Practical

Demonstration of the activities involved in pond establishment

3

Cont.

  • Liming

  • Impoundment of the pond

  • Pond fertilization

  • Pond inoculation

Practical



4

Preparation of pond (old Ponds) for new stocking

  • Drain & dry the pond

  • Desilting –removal of silts & debris

  • Check cracks

  • Lime

Practical

Prepare the old pond for stocking

5

cont

  • Impoundment

  • Fertilization

  • Inoculation

  • Stocking

Practical




6

Stocking

1. Definition and meaning

2. Principles of stocking:

- stock fish of same species to avoid cannibalism

- stock fish of same age with same growth rate



- avoid over stock since it results in competition for feed, space oxygen

Demonstrate the stocking principles

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Procedures for stocking

  1. Period of stocking:

  1. Stocking density:

  • 2-4 fish per square metre

  1. Procedures for stocking:

  • Immersed the bags (polythene bag or fire glass tank containing fingerlings, water and dissolved oxygen) in the pond water for 30minuits

  • Open the bag carefully

  • Allow pond water to gradually flow in & mix ith the water in the bag/tank

  • Allow the fingerlings to swine off into the pond

Practical

Demonstrate the stocking procedures

8

Pond management

Practice carried out to ensure fish production:

  • Disease control

  • Hygiene

Demonstration of the various pond management

9

cont.

  • regular feeding

  • regular change of water

  • regular supply of oxygen



10

Fish Transportation

Fingerlings should be transported by using oxygenated bags & clean big containers

  • feeding should be done daily

  • sorting should be done monthly.



11

Revision

Revision

Revision

12

Examinations

Examinations

Examinations

13-14

Examinations

Examinations

Examinations

GARMENT MAKING

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

FIGURE TYPE

  • Different figure types

  • Three main figure types; short, fatie.

  • Four variation of the main figure types.

Analyze different figure types and their variations.

Resources; chart of various figure type, mirror, measuring tape etc



2

SELECTION OF FABRICS FOR DIFFERENT FIGURE TYPE

  • Identification of suitable color for various figure types.

  • Color appropriate and texture of fabrics for different figure types.

Resources; chart of color wheel.

3

FABRIC DESIGN AND PATTERNS

Fabric design and patterns suitable for different figure types e.g lines or stripes, prints, floral design.



Explain design and pattern suitable fo various figure types.

Resources; fabrics of various textures and design.



4

CHOICE OF STYLE

Identification of suitable styles for various figure types.



Explain how to solve figure problems using styles, demonstrate modeling of styles to determine their effects on various figure types.

Resources; simple dress of various styles, full length mirror.



5

IDENTIFICATION OF STYLE FEATURES.

Identification of style features that conceal figure problems.



Describe styles features that conceal figure problems.

Resources; mirror.



6

DRAFTING OF PATTERNS

Measurement for drafting bodice blocks.



  • Drafting of back bodice block.

Teacher demonstrates the actual drafting of back bodice block.

Resources; brown papers, pencils, measurement tape, pins, scissors, long ruler.



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DRAFTING OF FRONT BODICE BLOCK

Measurement for drafting front bodice block.



  • Drafting of front bodice block.

Teacher demonstrates the actual drafting of front bodice block.

Resources; brown papers, pencils, measurement tape, pins, scissors, long ruler.



8

PRINCIPLES OF ADAPTATION AND TECHNIQUES OF ADAPTATION

  • Meaning of adaptation Materials for adaptation.

  • Darts manipulation.

  • Processes of slashing and spreading.

  • Ease and seam allowances required for each section.

Explain the meaning and techniques of adaptation.

Resources; front and back bodice blocks, brown paper etc



9

ADAPTATION OF BODICE INTO BLOUSE PATTERN

  • Sketching of simple blocks into blouse pattern.

  • Transfer of bodice unto new paper.

  • Incorporating style features unto new paper.

Teacher demonstrates the adaptation of blocks into blouse pattern.

Resources; front and back bodice block, brown paper, scissors, long ruler, cello-tapes, arm holes curves etc.



10

ADAPTATION INTO BLOUSE STYLES

Slashing and spreading to incorporate style features.



Demonstrates the adaptation into blouse style.

Resources; front and back bodice blocks, brown paper, pins, scissors, pencil, eraser, arm hole curves etc



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ADAPTATION INTO SHIRT STYLES

Measurement for drafting of shirt blocks.



  • Drafting of back and front shirt blocks.

Teacher demonstrates the adaptation of shirt styles using shirt blocks.

Resources; front and back shirt blocks, brown paper, pencil, arm hole curves etc.



12

ADAPTATION INTO SHIRT PATTERN.

--Sketching of shirt styles.

--Transfer of shirts block unto a new paper.

--Incorporation of styles features by splashing and spreading.

--Addition of seam and ease allowances.


Demonstrates the adaptation of shirt blocks unto a new paper.

Resources; front and back shirt blocks, brown paper, pins, eraser, cello-tape, arm hole curves etc



13

REVISION




14

EXAMINATION



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