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PHOTOGRAPHY

SS 2 FIRST TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Revision (Printing of Photographs)

Observe Printing Process

2

Historical Development of Photography

  1. Development of stages:

  1. early

  2. pre-modern

  3. modern

  1. People involved in:

  1. Joseph Nicephore

  2. John Schwz

  3. Louis Dagusere

  4. Willam Fox Tadbot etc.

Compare photographs of early pre modern and modern period

List the major contributions of the inventors



3

Photography development in Nigeria

Pre-independence photography in Nigeria

Post – Independence photography in Nigeria


Compare photograph of pre and post independence periods

4

Introduction to Lightening

The sources of light

Natural Light

Artificial Light



Experiment by shooting photographers in both day and night.

5

Natural Light

Sources of Natural Light

Sun (b) moon and stars

Natural light and photography


Experiment by shooting photographs in both day and night



6

Practical works on Natural Light and photography

Experiment by shooting photograph

7

Artificial Light

Sources of Artificial Light

Flash (b) studio lightening equipment

Artificial light and photography



Indoor (Studio)

Outdoor


8

Practical work on Artificial light and photography

Experiment by shooting photographs

9

Lenses

The meaning of lenses.

Basic principles of lens

Convergence of light

Divergence of light

Types of lens

Positive lenses

Lenses (convex (b)) Negative lenses (Concave)



Experiment with concave and convex lenses in the sun

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Lenses

The meaning of aperture

Relationship between lens and aperture

Lens: (a) focal length

(b) short and long focal length

4. aperture: (a) position (b) F- Stop



Compare aperture and lens

Locate the lens and aperture in a camera

Manipulate lens and choose f – stop


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Camera Lens

The definition of camera lens

Types of camera lens

Standard b. wide angle (fish eye) c. harrow angle (Telephone) d. zoom etc

The uses of camera


Identify different camera lenses

Enumerate the uses of different camera



12

Revision




13

Examination




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examination





PHOTOGRAPHY

SS 2 SECOND TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Revision (Camera Lens)




2

Shooting:

i. Methods of shooting of photographs by using hand held and tripod

ii. Composition:

Line


Shape

Space


Tone

Colour


iii. Nature study: (a) plants (b) animals (c) landscape

Identify elements of composition from different

Shoot different subjects from nature



3

Practical exercise on shooting

Still Life: (a) Arranged household utensils

(b) arranged fruits.

Portraiture: (a) a child (b) an adult (c) group



Shooting different still life subjects.

4

Practical Exercise on Shooting of Photography

Differentiate between the various shot

5

Tripod

tripod definition

parts of tripod

uses of tripod

cares of tripod

Identify various parts of Trip



6

Uses of Tripod (Practical)

mounting of camera on tripod

shooting of photographs by using tripod


demonstrate how to mount the camera on tripod

shoot different photographs by using tripod



7

Camera Filters

the meaning of camera filters

types of camera filters

uses of camera filters

advantages and disadvantages of camera filters

Identify camera filters



8

Practical work on shooting photographs with using camera filters

Observe different photographs with using camera filters

9

Care and preservation of photographs

methods of care and preservation of photographs e.g. (i) mounting (ii) framing (iii) lamination

definition of framing

definition of lamination


Observe different between frame and lamination



10

Practical work on how to produce: frame, lamination

Identify various tools and equipment use in making frame and lamination

11

Revision




12

Examination




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Examination






PHOTOGRAPHY

SS 2 THIRD TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Revision (Care and preservation of photographs)




2

Introduction to digital photography

The meaning of digital photography

Differences between digital photography and analogue photography work

Discuss the uses of equipment needed in digital photography



3

Introduction to digital photography

Digital photography equipment e.g (a) digital camera (b) computer system (c) printer

Differences between digital camera and still camera


Discusses the uses of equipment needed in digital photography



4

Introduction to digital photography

Digital photography software meaning, types

Uploading from digital camera

Use of Photoshop application


Operate the computer system by : (1) uploading digital image (2) editing uploaded applications.



5

Practical work on uploading from digital camera

Experiment on how to upload image from the camera

6

Practical work on uses of Photoshop application

Experiment of editing uploading images using Photoshop

7

History & Appreciation of Photography II

History of photography in Nigeria

Contemporary Nigerian photographer e.g. Sunmi Smart Cole, Kelechi, Amadi etc


Identify:

Works of the photographers

Style of expression


8

Emergency of digital photography

Development of digital photography from the early 80s

Digital photography today


Compare digital photography with traditional photography

9

Field Trip

Ask relevant question on the practice of photography

10

Field Trip

Ask relevant question on the practice of photography

11

Revision




12

Examination




13

Examination




SALESMANSHIP

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

PRICING

  • Meaning of pricing

  • Pricing objectives

  • Pricing strategies

  • Model of pricing

  • Types of pricing

Teacher defines pricing, objectives, strategies, and types of pricing.

Students differentiate between pricing and models of pricing.



2

PRICING

  • Problems of pricing.

  • Price changes and customer attitudes.

  • Factors affecting product pricing

  • Importance of price fixing.

  • Objectives of pricing.

Teacher states the reasons for price changes and factors affecting product pricing.

Students state the importance of price fixing.



3

DEMAND

  • Meaning of demand

  • Types of demand; derived, joint, competitive demand.

  • The relationship between demand and pricing.

Teacher explains demand and its types, explain the relationship between demand and pricing.

Students list and explain types of demand.



4

DEMAND

  • Effects of increase or decrease in demand.

  • Market forces of demand

  • Laws of demand

  • Factors affecting demand.

Teacher sates and explains the factors affecting demand.

Students state laws of demand and copy black board notes.



5

COST BASE

  • Meaning of cost

  • Types of costed; fixed, variable, average, marginal cost.

  • Differentiate between the types of cost.

Teacher identifies and examines the types of cost.

Students list and explain the different types of cost.



6

COST BASE

  • Determinants of cost

  • Elements of cost base e.g incidental cost, cost of owning the assets

  • Cost basis methods e.g FIFO (first in first out), average basis.

The teacher explains the determinants of cost.

Students identify four types of cost.



7

DISCOUNT

  • Explain the term discount.

  • Types of discount;

  1. Cash discount

  2. Seasonal discount

  3. Quantity discount

  4. Trade discount.

  • Reasons for granting discount.

Teacher explains the reasons why discount is important.

Students enumerate and explain the type of discount.



8

DISCOUNT

  • Importance of discount to the customer

  • Benefits of discounts to; buyer, seller, producer.

Teacher lists the types of discount and explains each.

Students participate in class discussion on the subject matter ‘’discount’’.



9

MONEY

  • Meaning of money

  • Functions of money to a salesman

  • Quality of money

Teacher defines money and states its functions.

Students list and explain five qualities of money.



10

MONEY

  • Advantages of money

  • Differences between money and commodities used for exchange.

  • Importance of money to a salesman.

Teacher states the importance of money.

Students state advantages of money, and copy notes on the board.



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REVISION




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EXAMINATION




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