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ANIMAL HUSBANDERY

SS 2 THIRD TERM


WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT


ACTIVITIES

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Range land

  1. Definition of range land

  2. Characteristics of range land

  1. The teacher guides classroom discussion

  2. Provides pictures/videos of a typical rangeland

  3. Field trip to a rangeland

2


Importance of range land

  1. State importance of range land e.g.

  • Provides balanced feeds

  • Provides protein needs

  • Source of cheap quality feeds for animals

  • Animals exercise themselves maximally

  • Reduce cost of feeding

  • Prevent soil erosion



3

Methods of range land improvement

  1. Reseeding

  2. Padlocking

  3. Controlled stocking

  4. Avoidance of overgrazing

  5. Fertilizer application

  6. Pest control

  7. Controlled burning




The teacher guides classroom discussion

4

Practical

  1. Field trip to a rang land

  2. Collection of common pasture grasses from a range land

  3. Collection of common pasture legumes from a rangeland.



Students exhibit their collections of pasture grasses and legumes in the laboratory

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Factors affecting production of herbage in a range land

  1. Rainfall

  2. Grazing pattern

  3. Grasses and legumes

  4. Weed control

  5. Disease and pest control

  6. Drought resistance

  7. Controlled burning

  8. Irrigation




The teacher guides classroom discussion

6

Practical on animal feeds and feeding

  1. Formulation of balanced feeds in the labouratory

  2. Feeding of the school farm animals with the formulated feeds in the laboratory

  1. Teacher demonstrates stages involved in formulation of balanced diet

  2. Students are assigned to feed different farm animals available in the school farm

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Practical on animal feeds

  1. Expose students to diet formulation for different classes of farm animals e.g.

  1. Starter

  2. Grower

  3. Finisher

  1. Students to identify different feed ingredients used for diet formulation e.g.

  1. Blood meal

  2. Fish meal

  3. Cotton seed cake

  4. System shell

  5. Groundnut cake

  6. Maize grains e.t.c




  1. The teacher guides classroom discussion

  2. The teacher provides formulated animal diet for students to observe

  3. Students are asked to make a collection of feed ingredients

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Practical ways of checking malnutrition in animal husbandry

  1. Feeding balanced diet

  2. Feeding weaker animals separately

  3. Deworming of animals

  4. Giving supplementary feeds and feeds additives to stimulate appetite

  5. Adjust stock rate




  1. The teacher guides discussion in the laboratory

  2. Teacher demonstrates deworming and feeding of weaker animals

9

Practical on processing and marketing of animal products

  1. Slaughtering and dressing of poultry, goat, sheep etc.

  2. Marketing of processed animal products




  1. The teacher demonstrates slaughtering and dressing of farm animals

  2. Provides videos of farm animal processing for students to watch

10

Field trips

  1. Visit to a modern abattoir

  2. Visit to meat shops in the market

  3. Visit to cold room where animal products are stored




  1. The teacher organizes a trip

  2. Students are asked to write report on their visits to abattoir

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Revision

Revision

Revision

12

Examination

Examination

Examination

FURNITURE MAKING

SS 2 FIRST TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT


ACTIVITIES

1

Machine Tools Safety

-General machine tools safety rules and regulations

-State specific machine tools safety rules and regulation


-State and explain machine tools safety rules and regulation

-State specific machine tools safety rules and regulation



2

Machine and their specific safety rules and regulation

-Demonstrates machines tools safety rules and regulation

-Demonstrate at least five machine tools safety practice




3

Portable Power Tools Safety

-Portable power tools safety rules and regulation



-State and explain too table power tool safety rules and regulation

-State specific portable power tool safety rules and regulation




4

Manufactured Board

-Manufactured boards



-Defines manufacture board

-State and describe different types of manufacture board




5

Manufactured Board

-Types of manufacture board and their uses



-Define, state and describes different types of manufactured boards

-States the advantages and disadvantage of manufactured board

-Least advantages of manufactured board



6

Wood Adhesives

--Adhesives types and uses




-Defines the term adhesive

-State the types and their uses



7

Wood Adhesive

-Characteristics of adhesive

-Preparation and application of each type adhesive


-State the characteristics of adhesive

-Demonstrates the application of different types of adhesives

-State different types of adhesive and their characteristics and uses


8

Nails And Their Uses

-Nail and their uses

-Method of driving nails


-List different types of nails

-Display samples of nails state their uses



9

Screws Types And Uses

-Screw and their uses



-List different types of screws

-Display samples of different screws

-State their uses


10

-Screwing

Methods of driving screws



-Explain and demonstrate methods of screws

-Practice how to drive in screws

-Drive in screws using appropriates methods


11

Revision


Revision

12

Examination

Examination

FURNITURE MAKING

SS 2 SECOND TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT


ACTIVITIES

1

Portable power tools and their operations

Portable power tools types and their uses



Explain portable power tools

-Observe the displayed portable power tools

-Differentiate between

portable power tools and machine tools




2

Portable power tolls operations

-Operation of portable power tools



-Demonstrate the uses of portable power tools

-State the types of portable power tools and their uses

-Operate portable power tools


3

Design fundamentals

-Element of design

-Principles of design


-Explain the element and principles of design

-Explain the principles of design

-Explain the different and principle of design


4

Stages in furniture design

-Preliminary sketches

-preliminary full-size drawing

-Final drawing



-Discuss different stages in design

-Design a simple furniture item following the stages in design

-Produce working drawing of a furniture item


5

Stages in furniture design

-Preliminary sketches

-preliminary full-size drawing

-Final drawing



-Discuss different stages in design

-Design a simple furniture item following the stages in design

-Produce working drawing of a furniture item


6

Fourniture construction

-Frame construction

-carcasse construction


-Display different simple of furniture items

-Discuss different types of furniture construction




7

Fourniture construction

-Frame construction

-carcasse construction


-Display different simple of furniture items

-Discuss different types of furniture

construction


8

Box and construction

Demonstrate the different steps involved in furniture construction

-Sketch and construct simple furniture items

-construct simple furniture items


9

Revision

Revision

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Revision

Revision

11

Revision

Revision

12

Examination

Examination

FURNITURE MAKING

SS 2 THIRD TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT


ACTIVITIES

1

Meaning and forms of upholstery

-Define upholstery

-Form of upholstery


-Define upholstery

-Explain the forms of upholstery

-List at least two forms of upholstery

-Note the forms of upholstery definition

-Sample of upholstery items


2

Meaning and forms of upholstery

-Define upholstery

-Form of upholstery


-Define upholstery

-Explain the forms of upholstery

-List at least two forms of upholstery

-Note the forms of upholstery definition

-Sample of upholstery items


3

Tools uses in upholstery construction

-Upholstery tools and their uses



-List and describe upholstery tools with the students

-State their uses

-Describe different types of upholstery tools


4

Tools uses in upholstery construction

-Upholstery tools and their uses



-List and describe upholstery tools with the students

-State their uses

-Describe different types of upholstery tools


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Machine tools uses in upholstery construction

-Types of upholstery machines and their



List and describes the various types of upholstery machines

-Note the different types of upholstery machines and

-Mention any one they have seen

-Identify at least three types of upholstery machine

-State the uses of the machines


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Traditional and modern padding materials

-Traditional padding materials

-Modern padding materials


-Describe traditional padding materials and modern padding materials

-Note the types of padding materials

-Samples of traditional and modern padding materials

-Describe the properties and characteristics of materials

-Torch and feel the available materials

-State the characteristics and the materials in each group
































BOOK KEEPING

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT


ACTIVITIES

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Accounting Concepts and Conventions:

  1. Explain the meaning of accounting concepts and conventions.

  2. Identify basic accounting concepts.


Accounting concepts:

Explain basic accounting concepts.



Accounting conventions:

  1. Identify basic accounting conventions.

  2. Explain basic accounting conventions.


Depreciation:

  1. Explain or define depreciations.

  2. Identify causes of depreciations.



Depreciation methods:


  1. Mention various types of preparing depreciation.

  2. Explain fix instrument method.

Depreciation methods:

  1. Explain diminishing balance sheet method.

  2. Explain revaluation method.



Depreciation computation:

Compute simple depreciation by using



  1. Fixed or straight line method

  2. Diminishing balance method

  3. Revaluation methods:



End of year Adjustment:

i). Explain adjustment.

ii). Identify two types of adjustments


End of year Adjustment:


  1. Explain the treatment of Accural expenses and in the end of the year adjustment

ii). Explain the treatment of prepaid expenses and income in the end of the year adjustment



Bad and doubtful debts

  1. Define bad debt

  2. Define doubtful debts

  3. Differentiate between bad debt and doubtful debt.



Bad and doubtful depts.:

  1. Explain how to make provision for doubtful depts.

  2. Explain methods of recording bad depts. and doubtful debts in the appropriate book

Revision


Examination



Teacher Activities:

  1. Define accounting concepts and conventions

  2. Identify basic accounting concepts

Student Activities:

Learners make note on accounting concepts and conventions.

Instructional Resources:

A chart showing diagrams and relevant text books.


Teacher Activities:

Explain basic accounting concepts.

Students acivities:

Learners ask questions on basic accounting concepts

Instructional Resources:

Charts showing diagrams and relevant text books.



Teacher Activities:

Teacher list and explain basic accounting conventions.

Student Activities:

Learners ask questions on basic accounting conventions

Instructional Resources:

A chart showing diagrams and relevant text books.



Teacher Activities:

Define depreciations

Student Activities:

Learners identify causes of depreciation

Instructional Resources:

A chart showing diagrams and relevant text books.



Teacher Activities:

  1. List various methods of depreciation

  2. Explain fixed instalment method

Student Activities:

Learners identify various method of depreciation

Instructional Resources:

A chart showing diagrams and relevant text books.



Teacher Activities: - guides the students to identify and understand depreciation methods.

Student Activities: learners understand method of depreciation.

Instructional Resources: charts, diagrams, videos.

Teacher Activities: -

Demonstrate how to compute the simple depreciate

Student Activities: learners practice various methods of depreciations.

Instructional Resources: charts, diagrams, videos.



Teacher Activities: -

Explain adjustment and lead students to identify two types of adjustment.

Student Activities: learners write note on adjustment.

Instructional Resources: charts, diagrams, videos.



Teacher Activities: -

Explains accruals and prepayments.

Students Activities:

Learners write note on accruals and prepayments.

Instructional Resources: relevant text books.


Teacher Activities: - demonstrate adjustment in the appropriate book.

Students Activities: learners understand and practice adjustment in the appropriate books.

Instructional resources: relevant text books and calculators.
Teacher Activities: Define bad debt and doubtful debts

Student activities: learners understand difference between bad and doubtful debt.

Instructional resources: relevant text books and calculators.

Teacher Activities: guide the students on how to post bad debt and doubtful debts in the appropriate books.

Students activities: learners understand bad and doubtful debt.

Instructional resources: relevant text books

Revision

Examinations


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