GSM phone care and maintenance procedures
Trouble shooting hardware faults of GSM phone e.g. antenna, service port, LCD and power pack
Trouble shooting hardware faults of GSM phone e.g. key pad switch, charging system, mouth piece (micro phone) and earpiece (speaker)
Trouble shooting hardware component e.g. ringer, sim terminals, switch ports etc
Repair faulty hardware components
Trouble shooting fix and repair software fault
Meaning of internal energy
Enthalpy of fluid substances, its pressure, volume and temperature of internal energy
The P-h diagram of refrigerants
Meaning of power
Calculation of power used by compressor
The unit of power and heat e.g. watts, killo watts joules, kilojoules etc
The boiling point of oxygen\
18297 C, triple point of water –0.01 C, boiling point of water – 100 C, boiling point of silver – 960.80 C, boiling point of gold – 1063 C
Uses of suction and high pressure gauges
Psychometric properties of air
The process of air conditioning e.g heating , cooling etc
Latent and sensible heat, saturated and superheated vapour
Psychometric properties diagram
Types of refrigerant flow control
Construction of refrigerant flow control e.g.
Construction of refrigerant flow control e.g
Operating / working principles of refrigerant flow control
Installation and service procedures.
Design and construction of evaporators and condensers.
Heat load estimation of evaporators and condensers
Estimation of diameter and length of refrigeration piping
Servicing procedure for evaporators and condensers
Piping condenser and evaporators
Piping of condenser and evaporators
Ducting or trucking installation of the air conditioner
Piping, ducting and trucking tools
The need for insulation of refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
Types and function of insulating materials e.g. glass, rock, slag, ceramic, wool cork etc.
Properties of insulating materials.
Procedures for insulating refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
Different method of diagnosing fault
Common faults on refrigeration and air conditioning e.g leakage dead system, dead compressor, ineffective cooling, electric shock etc.
Techniques of effecting repairs in refrigeration and air conditioner unit.
Techniques for trouble shooting in a given system.
ii. Processing of hide and skin
iii. Processing of wool
ii. Marketing channels
iii. Advantages and disadvantages of marketing channels
ii. importance of animal nutrition
iii. Classification of farm animal feeds
ii. Protein and their sources
iii. Fats and oils and their sources.
ii. Minerals and their sources
iii. Water and their sources
ii. Help in milk production
iii. Help in tissue formation
iv. Repair of worn out tissues
v. Help in temperature regulation.
ii. For growth and development
iii. Aid resistance to diseases
iv. Used in acid base balance
v. Essential for digestion of food.
ii. Milk processing
iii. Egg processing
vi. Hide and skin processing
ii. Teacher organizes field trip to abbattoir
iii. Teacher provides videos of animal product processing for students to watch in the laboratory.
ii. Plant and animal sources of protein, fats and oils, vitamins etc
iii. Sources of water e.g. feeding sources, drinking sources and metabolic water.
ii. Preparation of poultry feeds
iii. Milling of animal feeds
ii. Types of rations e.g. balanced ration, maintenance ration and production ration
ii. Identify the nutrients that constitute the various types of ration
ii. Identification of ingredients for ration formulation e.g. blood meal, fish meal, cotton seed meal, bone meal, oyster shell, ground nut cake, maize grain, palm kernel cake etc.
iii. Factors to consider in formulation of animal ration.
ii). Students to work in group to formulate animal ratio.
ii. Symptoms of malnutrition
iii. Causes of malnutrition
iv. Effects of malnutrition on livestock production
ii. Preparation of hay, silage and husk
iii. Build an album of various ingredients used for formulation of animal feeds.
ii. Build an album of different feed stuff used for formulation of feeds for pigs, rabbit, sheep and goats.
ii. Meaning of forage crop
iii. Distinguish between pasture and forage crops
- natural pasture
- artificial pasture
ii. Identification of common pasture legumes and their botanical names