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GARMENT MAKING

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

DRAFTING OF SKIRT BLOCKS

Measurements required for skirt blocks.



  • Drafting of back and front blocks.

Demonstrates the drafting of front and back skirt blocks.

Resources; brown paper, pencils, pins, tapes, T-square, long ruler, skirt guide/curves, rulers, scissors etc



2

ADAPTATION OF SKIRT BLOCK

Description of different styles of skirts, gored, yoked, pleated, and circular skirts.



Teacher demonstrates the adaptation of skirt styles from the basic skirt blocks.

Resources; basic skirt blocks, brown paper, pencil, eraser, cello-tape, skirt guides, ruler etc



3

DRAFTING OF SLEEVE BLOCKS

  • Measurement for drafting sleeve block.

  • Drafting of sleeve block.




Teacher demonstrates the drafting of the sleeve block.

Resources; brown paper, pencils, pins, T-square, long ruler, arm holes curves, scissors, measuring tape etc



4

ADAPTATION OF SLEEVES

  • Description on the 3 classes of sleeves e.g set-in, raglan and kimono.

  • Variation of sleeve styles in each, e.g set-in-puff sleeve and cowl sleeve, flare or bell sleeve.

  • Kimono sleeve, and dolman or bat sleeve.

  • Raglan sleeve with puff at shoulder.

Teacher demonstrates the adaptation o the sleeve styles e.g puffed sleeve, flare/bell sleeve, magyer, raglan etc

Resources; basic sleeve block, bodice block, brown papers, scissors, pencils, pins, cello-tape, arm hole curves, paper etc



5

ADAPTATION INTO PUFF AND FLARE

Sketching of different sleeve styles.



  • Transfer of sleeve block

  • Identification of point of adaptation

  • Incorporation of puff and flare through slashing and spreading.

  • Addition of allowances.

  • Transfer onto a new paper.

Teacher demonstrates the adaptation of sleeve styles e.g puffed sleeve, flare etc

Resources; basic sleeve block bodice, bodice blocks, brown papers, scissors, pins, cello-tapes, long ruler, arm hole curves etc.



6

COLLARS

  • Classification of collars e.g. flat, rolled, shirt collar.

  • Variation of collars under each class.

  • Sketching of different collars.

Teacher demonstrates the adaptation of simple collars from the basic collars.

Resources; drafted collars, bodice blocks, brown paper, paper, scissors, pins, pencil etc



7

DRAFTING OF BASIC COLLARS

  • Points to consider when designing collar.

  • Measurement for drafting collar

  • Drafting of basic shirt collar without stand.

Teacher demonstrates the drafting of basic shirt collar without stand.

Resources; drafted collars, bodice blocks, brown paper, scissors, pencil, eraser, ruler etc



8

ADAPTATION OF ROLLED COLLAR (SHAWL)

  • Measurement of neckline adapted blouse pattern.

  • Adaptation into shawl collar using adapted blouse pattern.

Teacher demonstrates using the adaption of blouse pattern into shawl collar.

Resources; drafted collar, bodice block, brown paper, scissors etc



9

DRAFTING OF BASIC TROUSER BLOCKS

  • Measurement for drafting trouser blocks.

  • Drafting of trouser blocks.

Teacher demonstrates the drafting of trouser blocks.

Resources; brown paper, pencils, pins, T-square, long ruler, scissors etc



10

ATTACHMENT OF CUFFS

  • Description and functions of cuffs.

  • Cutting of three types of cuffs e.g. straight band

Buttoned/shirt

Turn up


  • Attachment of cuff on shirt sleeve.

Teacher describes the functions of cuffs., demonstrates the cutting of three different types of cuff e.g straight band, buttoned/shirt, etc

Resources; basic sleeve block, bodice block, brown paper, pencil, pins, ruler etc



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REVISION




12

EXAMINATION




GARMENT MAKING

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

ADAPTATION OF GOWNS FROM BLOUSE AND SKIRT PATTERN

  • Tracing out of the patterns unto new brown paper.

  • Sketching of desired simple gown into flared skirt.

  • Incorporation of styles features on the patterning e.g opening, fastening through slashing and spreading.

  • Transferring of adapted pattern unto a new paper.

Teacher demonstrates the adaptation of gowns using blouse and skirt patterns.

Resources; blouse pattern, skirt patterns, sleeve block, brown paper, pencil, pins cello-tapes, scissors, ruler, curves.



2

METHOD OF SEWING GARMENTS

  • Flat method and circular.

  • Procedures for flat method of sewing garment.

  • Steps involved in circular method sewing.

Teacher demonstrate the unit method of sewing garment.

Resources; adapted blouse/shirt patterns, sleeves, collars, facings, garment fabric, sewing tools and equipments.



3

GARMENT MAKING

  • Graining—identification of fabric grain lines e.g. warp and weft grain lines.

  • Importance of straight/warp grain line.

  • Different methods of folding fabric for cutting out.

  • Selection of pattern pieces required.

Teacher explains and identifies different methods of folding fabric for cutting out and the selection of pattern pieces required.

Resources; garment fabric, pattern pieces, adapted blouse/shirt patterns, tools, equipments etc



4

LAYING OF PATTERN PIECES ON FABRICS

Teacher demonstrates laying of pattern pieces on fabrics.

Resources; garment fabric, pattern pieces, adopted blouse/shirt patterns, sewing tools and equipments etc



5

CONSTRUCTION OF SIMPLE BLOUSE

  • Cutting out using correct strokes- short and long at appropriate sections

  • Neatening raw edges.

  • Joining pattern pieces with loose stitching for fitting and adjustment.

Teacher demonstrates the construction of making simple blouse.

Resources; adapted blouse, patterns, sleeve garment fabric, sewing tools and equipments etc.



6

MAKING UP OF A BLOUSE

  • Permanent stitching of pattern pieces using circular method. Processes of sewing garment.

Teacher demonstrates the unit method of making a blouse.

Resources; adopted blouse patterns, sleeves, collars, facings, garment fabric, sewing tools and equipments etc.



7

EDGES FINISHING

  • Different method of finishing edges.

  • Hemming, scallop edge, bias binding, attachment of lace.

Teacher demonstrates the edge finishing e.g hemming, scallop edge, bias binding and attachment of lace.

Resources; lace, bias binding, sewing tools and equipments etc.



8

TRIMMINGS

  • Meaning and functions of trimmings

  • Items used for trimmings

  • Cutting and joining of cross way stripes.

Teacher display items used for trimmings and demonstrates cutting and joining of cross-way stripes.

Resources; fabric, sewing tools, items for trimmings etc



9

CONSTRUCTION OF SHIRT

  • Folding and cutting out using adapted shirt patterns.

  • Transfer of pattern markings.

  • Joining for fitting

  • Attachment of collar.

Teacher demonstrates the cutting out using adapted shirt patterns, joining and attachment of collar.

Resources; adopted shirt pattern, fabric, sewing tools, equipment, collar blocks, etc



10

ATTACHMENT OF CUFFS

  • Description and functions of cuffs

  • Cutting of three types of cuffs- straight band, buttoned/shirt and turn-up.

  • Attachment of cuff on shirt sleeve.

Teacher demonstrates how to cut three types of cuffs.

Resources; sample of garments with cuffs, fabric and sewing tools.



11

MODELING OF GARMENT MADE

  • Fashion parade in the department.

  • Exhibition of all article made.

Students to wear their finished product.

Resources; garment made.



12

REVISION




13

EXAMINATION




MACHINE WOOD WORK

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC /CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Timber seasoning

Definition of seasoning

Reason for seasoning

Method of seasoning.



  1. Define seasoning of timber

  2. Explain reason for seasoning timber

2

Timber seasoning

Definition of seasoning

Reason for seasoning

Method of seasoning.



  1. Explain concept of timber seasoning

  2. State reason for seasoning timber

3

Timber seasoning

Definition of seasoning

Reason for seasoning

Method of seasoning.



  1. Describe two method of seasoning of timber

  2. Describe natural and artificial method of seasoning

4

Timber seasoning

Definition of seasoning

Reason for seasoning

Method of seasoning.



  1. Describe natural and artificial method of seasoning advantage and disadvantage.

  2. List atleast three advantages and disadvantages of seasoning of timber.

5

Timber defects

Timber defects e.g. knot, shakes, split. Etc



  1. Display sample of timber defects.

  2. Define timber defects.




6

Timber defects

Timber defects e.g. knot, shakes, split. Etc



  1. Define timber defects and give examples of timber defects

  2. Give example of timber defects and their causes

7

Timber defects

Timber defects e.g knot, shakes, split etc



  1. Explain various timber defects and their causes

  2. Give example of each type

8

Timber defects

Timber defects e.g knot, shakes, split etc



  1. Give examples of the following defects: knot, shakes, and split

  2. Explain causes of the following: knot, shakes and split

9

Timber preservation

Types of timber preservation and their characteristics

Selection and application of timber preservatives


  1. Explain why timber is preserved

  2. Guide students to select and demonstrate the application of timber preservatives

10

Timber preservation

Types of timber preservation and their characteristics

Selection and application of timber preservatives





11

Timber preservation

Types of timber preservation and their characteristics

Selection and application of timber preservatives





12

Revision

Revision

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Exams

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MACHINE WOOD WORK

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Safety in the operation of wood work machine.

Safety rules in the operation of wood work



  1. Cross cut saw

  2. Circular saw

  3. Surface planner

  4. Thickness

  5. Jig saw

  6. sandar




  1. Explain and demonstrate safety rules in the operation of cross cut saw

  2. Supervise students activities

2

Safety in the operation of wood work Machine

Safety rules in the operation of wood work



  1. Cross cut saw

  2. Circular saw

  3. Surface planner

  4. Thickness

  5. Jig saw

  6. Sandar




3

Safety in the operation of wood work Machine

Safety rules in the operation of wood work



  1. Cross cut saw

  2. Circular saw

  3. Surface planner

  4. Thickness

  5. Jig saw

  6. Sandar

  1. Explain and demonstrate safety rules in the operation of circular sawing machine

  2. Supervise students activities.

4

Safety in the operation of wood work Machine

Safety rules in the operation of wood work



  1. Cross cut saw

  2. Circular saw

  3. Surface planner

  4. Thicknesses

  5. Jig saw

  6. Sandar




  1. explain and demonstrate safety rules in the operation of surface planner

  2. supervise student activities

  1. practice safe operations of the machine

5

Safety in the operation of wood work Machine

Safety rules in the operation of wood work



  1. Cross cut saw

  2. Circular saw

  3. Surface planner

  4. Thickness

  5. Jig saw

  6. Sander

  1. explain and demonstrate safety rules in the operation of thickness

  2. supervise student activities

  3. practice safe operations of the machine

6

Safety in the operation of wood work machine

Safety rules in the operation of crosscut, jig saw and sander



1.state five safety rules to be observed when using the jig saw

2. explain and demonstrate the safety rules in the operation of the jig saw

3. observe students activities


7

Safety in the operation of wood work machine

Safety rules in the operation of crosscut saw.



1.state five safety rules to be observed when using the cross cut saw

2. explain and demonstrate the safety rules in the operation of the cross cut saw

3. observed students activities


8

Safety in the operation of wood work machine

Safety rules in the operation of orbital sander



1.state five safety rules to be observed when using the orbital sander machine

2. explain and demonstrate the safety rules in the operation of the orbital sander machine

3. Supervise students activities


9

Safety in the operation of wood work machine

Safety rules in the operation machine



1. General safety rules in the operation of wood work machines.

10

Revision

Revision

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