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FOOD AND NUTRITION

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

KITCHEN Safety and Hygiene (Cont.)

  • Food handling practices

  • Food borne diseases

  • Food sanitation laws e.g. NAFDAC, SON (Standard Organization of Nigeria)

Teacher :

- Discusses reasons for proper handling of kitchen equipment, personal hygiene, food hygiene and waste



Students :

- Participate in the discussion.

- Clean a kitchen under teacher’s supervision

Instructional Materials:

- First Aid box, chart showing some kitchen pests

- Fumigants e.g. raid, mortein etc.


2

ICPC

  • Definition , function of ICPC

  • Penalties for such offences

  • Misappropriation of family food budget e.g. diversion of food budget to personal usage

Teacher :

- Explains consequences of family food budget misappropriation



Students :Participate in the discussion, ask and answer questions

Instructional Materials:

- Photography of a criminal in handcuffs



3

Food Study

  • Main food e.g. cereal/grains

  • Types of cereal/grains

  • Nutritive value of cereal or grains

Teacher :

- Display the cereal and grains



Students :

- Identify the cereal and grain



Instructional Materials:

- Samples of cereal and grains e.g. Rice, Wheat, maize, cereal



4

Food Study

  • Main foods e.g. cereal/grains

  • Processing, uses and choice of cereal/grains e.g. process cereal/grain into flour.

  • Practice photo album on different cereal.

Teacher :

- Processes flour from different cereal and grains.



Students :

- Identify processed flour on display



Instructional Materials:

- Processed flour from different cereal and grains



5

Food Study

  • Main foods e.g. cereal / grains

  • Different cooking method of cereal and grains e.g. boiling, roasting frying

  • Practical

Teacher :

- Demonstrates the cooking methods for cereal and grains



Students :

- Observe the cooking demonstration.

- Practice in groups the preparation of meals from cereal and grains.

Instructional Materials:

- Pictures of cereal and grains



6

High/Low Extraction Rate – Flour

  • Differentiate between high extraction rate flour and low extraction rate flour

  • Usefulness of low extraction rate flour

Teacher :

- States the difference between high extraction rate flour and low extraction rate flour



Students :

- Utilize the low extraction rate flour in cookery



Instructional Materials :

- Display of both low and high extraction rte flour



7

Legumes

  • Types of legume

  • Importance of legume

  • Nutritive value of legumes

Teacher :

- Leads the discussion on legumes



Students :

- Participate in the discussion.

- Identify the legumes

Instructional Materials :

- Samples of legumes e.g. beans, bambara nuts, groundnuts, soybeans, etc




8

Legumes

  • Cooking methods for legumes

Practical

Teacher :

- Demonstrates preparation of meals from legumes



Students :

- Observe the demonstration

- Practice in groups the preparation of meals from legumes

Instructional Materials :

- Samples of legumes e.g beans, bambara nuts, groundnuts, soybeans, etc



9

Fruits

  • Types of fruits

  • Nutritive value of fruits

  • Factors affecting the choice of fruits

  • Preparation and serving fruits e.g. drinks, juice, salad, whole, jam

  • Practical work

Teacher :

- Displays fruits in season.

- Guides the discussion on the topic.

- Demonstrates the preparation and service of some fruits



Students :

- Identify the fruits on display.

- Participate in the discussion

- Practice the preparation and service of some fruits



Instructional Materials :

- Samples of different fruits

- Chart showing different fruits


10

Vegetables

  • Types, Nutritive value

  • Factors affecting choice of vegetables

  • Cooking method for vegetable

  • Methods of serving salad, garnishing

Teacher :

- Displays various vegetables

- Leads the discussion on vegetable

- Demonstrations of cooking method of vegetables



Students :

- Identify the vegetables on display

- Observe the demonstration

- Practice cooking of some vegetables



Instructional Materials :

- Samples of vegetables.

- Chart showing some drawing of vegetables.


11-12

Revision and Examination

Revision and Examination

CLOTHING AND TEXTILES

SSS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENTS

ACTIVITIES

1

INTRODUCTION TO CLOTHING AND TEXTILES

  • Definition

  • Importance/functions of clothing

Teacher: Defines clothing, textiles and discuss the importance of clothing to man.

Resources: Charts



2

CAREERS IN CLOTHING AND TEXTILES

  • Job Opportunities in clothing and textiles e.g. tailoring, dress designing, teaching etc.

Teacher: leads discussion on job opportunities.

Resources: Charts



3

CAREERS IN CLOTHING AND TEXTILES

  • Differences between a formally trained and roadside tailor or seamstress

  • Field trip to a garment making factory or shop.

Teacher: Guides students to tabulate the differences between formally trained and roadside tailor or seamstress

Resources: Field trip to a garment making factory or shop.



4

TEXTILES

  • Meaning of fibre and fabric

  • Types of fibre and their characteristics e.g. staple, filament etc

  • Differences between fibre and fabric.

Teacher: Explains the meaning of fibres and fabric, their characteristics and differences.

Resources: Samples of different types of fabric.




5

ORIGIN OF FIBRES

  • Natural fibres

  • Animal and vegetable fibres

Teacher: Leads discussion on the origin of natural fibres.

Resource: Chart



6

ORIGIN OF FIBRE

  • Artificial/synthetic/man-made fibre

  • Term project – A fabric album

Teacher: Leads discussion on the origin of man-made fibres.

Resource: Chart



7

MANUFACTURING AND PROPERTIES OF FIBRES

  • Manufacturing process and properties/characteristics of cotton

Teacher: Discusses the manufacturing process of cotton and its properties. Resources: Video clips

8

MANUFACTURING AND PROPERTIES OF FIBRE

  • Manufacturing process and properties/characteristics of linen

Teacher: Discusses the manufacturing process of linen and its properties. Resources: Video clips

9

MANUFACTURING AND PROPERTIES OF FIBRE

  • Manufacturing process and properties/characteristics of silk

Teacher: Discusses the manufacturing process of silk and its properties. Resources: Video clips

10

MANUFACTURING AND PROPERTIES OF FIBRE

Manufacturing process and properties/characteristics of wool



Teacher: Discusses the manufacturing process of silk and its properties. Resources: Video clips

11

MANUFACTURING AND PROPERTIES OF FIBRE

Manufacturing process and properties/characteristics of artificial fibres – rayon, nylon, polyester (terylene) etc



Teacher: Discusses the manufacturing process of artificial fibres and their properties.

Resources: Field trip to a textile industry



12

TEST FOR FABRIC IDENTIFICATION

  • Fabric identification – handling, burning,/flame

  • Chemical and microscopic test (practical)

Teacher: Leads discussion and demonstrate the procedures for different tests for the identification of different fabrics.

Resources: Samples of different types of fabrics, matches etc.



13

Revision

Revision

14

Examination

Examination

CLOTHING AND TEXTILES

SSS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENTS

ACTIVITIES

1

FABRIC FINISHES

  1. Definition of fabric finishes

  2. Types of fabric finishes - mercerized, sanforized, crease resistance etc.

  3. Importance of fabric finishes




Teacher: Leads discussion on fabric finishes and their importance.

Resources: Samples of fabrics with different finishes.



2

LOCALLY MADE FABRICS

  1. Uses and importance of local fabrics.

  2. Types – Aso-oke, okene cloth etc.

  3. Local communities where local fabrics are made e.g. Aso-oke in Western States, Akwete in Rivers and Eastern States, Akwuocha in Delta state etc

  4. Differences between imported and locally made fabrics.

Teacher: Leads discussion on the local fabrics made in Nigeria, their uses and importance. The communities where they are made and the differences between them and the imported fabrics.

Resources: Samples of local fabrics made in Nigeria and imported ones.



3

DYEING AND PRINTING

  • Types – tie and dye, batik, screen printing etc

Teacher: demonstrates how to tie and dye and screen print.

Resources: Fabrics, dyes, dyeing materials etc.



4

SEWING TOOLS – TYPES, USES AND CARE

  1. Sewing accessories e.g. needles, thimbles etc]

  2. Measuring tools e.g. tape measure etc

  3. Cleaning tools e.g. brush, duster etc

  4. Cutting tools e.g. scissors, pinking shears etc

  5. Fitting tools e.g. standing mirror, dummy etc

  6. Processing tools e.g. iron, ironing board etc.

Teacher: Displays the sewing tools used in garment construction and guide the students to identify them.

Resources: Samples of sewing tools.




5

SEWING EQUIPMENT (THE SEWING MACHINE)

  1. Parts of the sewing machine and their functions.

  2. Care of the sewing machine – oiling, dusting, servicing etc

  3. Operating the sewing machine

Teacher: Guides the students to identify the parts of the sewing machine and their functions.

Resources: The sewing machine



6

SEWING EQUIPMENT

  1. Other machines – embroidery machine, interlocking machine etc.

  2. Uses of each equipment

  3. Factors that influence the choice of tools and equipment e.g. money, space etc.

Teacher: Leads the students to identify other machines like embroidery and interlocking machines, their uses and the factors that influence the choice of sewing tools and equipment.

Resources: Charts



7

GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN CLOTHING AND TEXTILES.

Safety Precautions in



  • Use of tools

  • Use of equipment

  • Use of the laboratory

  • Use of instructional manual for tools and equipment.




Teacher: Leads the discussion on the proper handling of tools, equipment and laboratory.

Resources: Instructional manual.



8

ESSENTIALS OF GARMENT CONSTRUCTION

  • Basic body measurement

  • Study of figure types

  • Influence of figure types on the selection of styles.

Teacher: Demonstrates how to take body measurements and leads discussion on the study of figures, types and its influence on the selection of styles.

Resources: Collection of pictures of different styles and figure types.



9

ESSENTIALS OF GARMENT CONSTRUCTION

  • Uses of different styles

  • Factors that influence the quantities of fabric to buy

  • Estimating the quantity of fabric to buy

Teacher: Guides the students to list the factors that influence the selections and purchase of materials for garment construction.

Resources: Tape measure, note book etc.



10

SIMPLE PATTERNS

  • Types of commercial patterns – printed, perforated etc

  • Trade mark for commercial patterns e.g. vogue, butte rick etc

  • Commercial patterns – choice, alteration and uses.

Teacher: Leads discussion on the uses, choice and alteration of commercial pattern.

Resources: Samples of commercial patterns.



11

Revision

Revision

12

Examination

Examination

CLOTHING AND TEXTILES

SSS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENTS

ACTIVITIES

1

DRAFTING SIMPLE PATTERNS

  • Pattern symbols and their meanings – drafts, notches etc

  • Simple patterns – apron, pillow case, school bags etc




Teacher: Discusses the different pattern markings and their uses

Resources: Sample pattern with symbols



2

MAKING SIMPLE GARMENTS

Pattern Laying and Cutting out Procedures.



  • Preparation of fabric

  • Laying out of pattern pieces

  • Transferring pattern markings

  • Cutting out.

Teacher: Demonstrates the steps in pattern laying and cutting out.

Resources: Pattern pieces and fabric



3

MAKING SIMPLE GARMENTS

  • Tacking of garment pieces for first fitting

Teacher: Demonstrates how to tack garment for first fitting.

Resources: Garment pieces and sewing tools.



4

BASIC STITCHES

  • Temporary stitches

  • Permanent stitches

  • Decorative stitches – (Practical)

Teacher: Demonstrates how to make the basic stitches.

Resources: Pieces of fabrics, sewing thread needles etc.




5

GARMENT MAKING PROCESSES

  1. Seams – open/plain, French, run and fell etc

  2. Edge finishing – hemming, lace attachment etc

Teacher: Demonstrates how to make different types of seams and edge finishing

Resources: Pieces of fabric, sewing thread and needles, thimble etc



6

GARMENT MAKING PROCESSES

  1. Openings – faced, bound etc

  2. Fastenings – zippers, press stud etc.

Teacher: Demonstrates how to make opening and fastening.

Resource: Pieces of fabric, zippers, press stud, thread, needle, etc



7

GARMENT MAKING PROCESSES

  1. Cross-way strips – cutting and application

  2. Photo album of basic stitches and garment making processes.




Teacher: Demonstrates how to cut and apply cross way strips and guide the students to make the photo album.

Resources: Fabric and Sample of photo album



8

HOUSEHOLD LAUNDRY

  1. Definition and importance of laundering.

  2. Preparation of garments for washing – sorting, mending, steeping etc

  3. Methods of hand washing; friction, kneading and squeezing etc.

  4. Other laundry processes; bleaching, blueing etc.

  5. Care label symbols e.g. water temperature

Teacher: Defines laundering and leads the discussion on the processes of laundering. Lead discussion on the types and functions of care label symbols.

Resources: Charts of the process of laundering. Samples of care labels.



9

LAUNDRY FINISHING

  1. Types and methods of finishing of clothes e.g. ironing, pressing, airing etc

  2. Machine wash and dry cleaning.

Teacher: Leads discussion on types of finishing in laundering and the rules to observe when ironing and storing clothes.

Resources: Charts on laundry finishing.



10

STAINS

  1. Definition and types of stain – animal, vegetable etc

  2. General guidelines for stain removal.

Teacher: Leads discussion on identifying types of stain and their origin.

Resources: Stain album.



11

STAIN REMOVAL

  1. Stain removing agents – e.g. kerosene, bleaches etc.

  2. Removal of specific stains – fruit juice, blood, ink etc.

(Practical Lesson)

Teacher: Discusses and lists the stain removing agents and guidelines for removing stains. Explains step by step the procedures for removing different stains.

Resources: Samples of stains and stain removing agents.




12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

INTERPRENEURSHIP (TRADE SUBJECTS)


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