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DYING AND BLEACHING

SS1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

SAFETY;-

Safety precaution in dying.

Use of nose and mouth mask.


The teacher explains safety precaution in dying, while the students listen. The teacher states the danger of inhaling the fumes of the chemical, while the students use nose and hand gloves when dying.

2

SOURCING OF THE MATERIALS/LABELING OF CHEMICAL, DYE STUFF COLOR, NOSE & MOUTH MASK, APRON, RUBBER, HAND GLOVE.

The teacher guides the students to label the chemicals, colors of the dye stuff etc. the teacher guides the students to handle the hot water and the chemicals with care.

3

SAFETY TIPS AFTER DYING;-

Washing of hands, rubbing of greese/pomade. Protect hand from direct contact on hand.



Teacher instructs the students to clean up the work area.

Students wash their hands, rub pomade after the dying. Teacher tells the students the importance of the safety tips.



4

TECHNIQUES OF TIE AND DYE;

Folding method,

Folding in right angle form,

Use sticks to divide in the middle to give pattern.



The teacher demonstrates how to fold in right angle form. The students try and fold the cloth in a right angle form.

5

MARBLING METHOD;

(SQUEEZING METHOD).

Marbling by squeezing into ball ore colour




The teacher demonstrates for the students to see, he explains and displays a sample of marbling by squeezing. Students remain observant, and ask questions where not clear.

6

MARBLING BY TWISTING AND SPLASHING IN TWO COLORS.

The teacher demonstrates, using a cotton material, twist the cloth on the floor, splashed the color in a well spaced form.

7

BOLTING METHOD;

Meaning of bolting, and crossing of iron or wood in the dye.



The teacher folds the cloth, and put the wood in a desired form pattern.

8-10

PRACTICALS ON TIE AND DYE.

PROJECT WORK ON EACH OF THE TECHNQUES DISCUSSED.

The teacher gets the materials ready for the practical. The students join hands together to boil water, and form the design they want to produce. Students clean up the work area. Spread the cloth not in the hot sun.

11-12

EXHIBITION; B

Get the materials together, arrange them, iron them.



The teacher guides the students to arrange the cloths on the shelve/stand. The students keep watching eye on the work exhibited.

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DYING AND BLEACHING

SS1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1-2

TECHNIQUES OF TIE AND DYE

Need for variety in tie and dye process.




The teacher demonstrates to the students, to show same techniques in tie and dye. The teacher stresses the need for knowing the various techniques in tie and dye. The students listen and participate in the lesson.

3-4

TITIQUE;-

TECHNIQUE OF TIE AND DYE;

Explain the processes involved in titique method of tie and dye.



The teacher demonstrates for the students to see, lists out the materials involved in the technique of tie and dye. The students listen and partake in the practical work as instructed by the teacher.

5-6

CIRCLE DESIGN;

Explain the process involved. Explain the materials involved.



The teacher demonstrates how to get circles on tie and dye. The students observe as the teacher demonstrates and partake in the practical and work.

7-8

STICK AND FOLDING; NEED FOR THE STICK AND FOLDING METHOD.

The teacher demonstrates the process involved in stick and folding method. The students observe and ask questions, partake in the practical work as directed by the teacher.

9-10

PROJECT WORK ON TECHNIQUES OF TIE AND DYE;

Need for practical works on the techniques discussed.




The teacher makes arrangement for the materials required, guides the students to execute the practical works on each of the techniques discussed. The students produce the tie and dye under the teacher’s supervision.

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EXHIBITION OF THE WORKS WEED FOR EXHIBITION OF ART WORKS.

The teacher tells the students the need for exhibition of works produced. The teacher guides the students to mount the works produced. Invite the principal, staff, and students to witness the work.

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE WORK

SSS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

ELECRICAL WORKSHOP

  • Explain Electrical workshop

  • State the rules and regulations in electrical workshop

Teacher: Explain the layout in electrical workshop. Display some diagrams on electrical workshop.

Students: observe the display of diagram of electrical workshop



2

SAFETY RULES

  1. Explain safety rules

  2. Mention rules to adhere to in the workshop




Teacher: Explain what safety rule is to the students. State some of the rules. Display some wears meant for workshop

Students: observe some of the displayed workshop uniform. Mention some safety rules.

Instructional Materials: overall, helmet, goggle


3

HAZARDS IN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION WORK.

Causes of Accidents

Prevention of Accidents


Teacher: Explain causes of accidents. Explain how to prevent accidents

Students: observe some accident posters displayed in the workshop.

Instructional Materials: posters, charts


4

MEASURING

Types and Uses of Measuring Instrument



Teacher: explain measurement. Display some measuring instruments.

Students: observe the displayed measuring instrument.

Instructional Material: ohmmeter


5

PRACTICAL CLASS ON HOW TO USE MEASURING INSTRUMENTS

Teacher: display the measuring instrument e.g. ohmmeter. Explains how to measure continuity by adjusting the meter to ohms.

Students: observe the ohmmeter. Participate in getting continuity



6

MARKING

Explain marking

Types and uses of marking tools.


Teacher: State the types of markings. Mention tools used in marking

Students: demonstrate use of marking tools.

Instructional materials: centre punch


7

STRIKING TOOLS

Types and uses of striking tools



Teacher: state the types of striking tools. Demonstrate use of striking tools.

Students: demonstrate use of striking tools.

Instructional material: Scriber


8

CABLE

Definition of cable

Types of cable

Preparation of cables



Teacher: explain the word cable. Display various types of cables.

Students: observe the display of cables. Demonstrate cable preparations and use.

Instructional materials: PVC Cables


9

WORKING DRAWING

Electrical symbols.

Types of drawing.


Teacher: explain different types of drawing i.e. civil, mechanical, electrical drawing. Explain symbols. Display electrical drawing chart with symbol.

Students: observe and draw some symbols.

Instructional Material: working diagrams, accessories, charts etc.


10

ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES

Definition of Accessories

Mention different types of Accessories


Teacher: identify different types of accessories.

Students: identification of accessories

Instructional material: switch, socket outlet etc.


11

PRACTICAL DRAWING

3 BED ROOM APARTMENT

Draw into scale.

Position some of the Accessories



Teacher: sketch the drawing on the board. Import some of the accessories.

Students: draw the 3 bedroom apartment plan and import the accessories on the appropriate point

Instructional Material: wiring drawing


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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE WORK

SSS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

GENERATION

Explain Generation

Types of generating station


Teacher: display the picture of generating station coal, hydro, steam.

Students: observe the displayed picture

Instructional material: picture of generating station.


2

TRANSMISSION

Explain transmission

Types of transmission

Accessories used, e.g. pylon




Teacher: display the picture of transmitting station. State different types of transmission

Students: observe the displayed pictures of transmission.

Instructional material: picture of transmission station.


3

DISTRIBUTION

Explain distribution

Sketch diagram of generation, transmission and distribution.

Single phase

Three phase


Sketch the diagram of generation, transmission and distribution on the board. Identify volting


4

SURFACE WIRING

Explain surface wiring

Identify the cable for power and lighting


Teacher: Display the working drawing i.e. circuit diagram of a point of light controlled by a switch. Display some cables to the students.

Students: observe the displayed cable and clips.

Instructional materials: clip, PVC nail


5

PRACTICAL CLASS ON A POINT CONTROLLED BY A SWITCH

Teacher: sketch the diagram i.e. circuit diagram on the board. Demonstrate the wiring.

Students: observe the displayed cable and clips.

Instructional Material: Clip, PVC, Nail


6

TWO POINTS OF LIGHT CONTROLLED BY A SWITCH

Teacher: display sizes and types of cable. Demonstrate the wiring.

Students: wire two points of light controlled by a switch.

Instructional materials: cables, PVC, Nails &Clips, wiring board.


7

CURRENT RATING OF A CABLE

  • Definition of current rating

  • Faulter afluting current rating of a cable

  • Types of conductors

Teacher: display sizes and types of cable. Explain current rating of cables.

Students: observe displayed cables and clips.

Instructional materials: cables, (PVC), baro conductor- copper and aluminium


8

INTRODUCTION TO CONDUIT SYSTEM OF WIRING.

  1. Explain conduit system

  2. Advantages of conduit system

  3. Types of conduit system of wiring




Teacher: explain conduit wiring, types, advantages and disadvantages.

Students: observe the displayed components.

Instructional materials: Sizes of PVC conduit pipes (20mm2) 2.5mm2)


9

INTRODUCTION TO CONDUIT SYSTEM OF WIRING.

  1. Piping

  2. Wiring

  3. Fitting




Teacher: identify conduit components. Displays conduit components and explain their uses. Demonstrate conduit wiring.

Students: observe displayed components and carry out piping and wiring.

Instructional Material: various types of circular boxes. Terminal angle Tec, 4way, 2-hole loop-in, knockout box.


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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE WORK

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

INTRODUCTION TO PROTECTIVE DEVICES

  1. Explain protective device.

  2. Types of protective devices




Teacher: Display and explain the functions of protective devices.

Students: observe the displayed protective devices.

Instructional material: Circuit breaker, fuse, chart


2

FUSES

  • Definition

  • Types of fuses

  • IEE regulation

  • Terminologies: current rating, fusing factor, current rating




Teacher: Display the fuse. Explain the different type, the working principle and the application of the a fuse on the IEE regulation.

Students: observe the displayed fuse, calculate current rating.

Instructional material: fuse, rewirable fuse, centridge fuse, high breaking capacity fuse


3

CIRCUIT BREAKER

Explain Circuit Breaker

Types Of Circuit Breakers


Teacher: Display and explain the functions of circuit breaker. Display different types of circuit breakers

Instructional materials: current operated circuit breaker, voltage operated circuit breaker.



4

CURRENT OPERATED CIRCUIT BREAKER

  • Explain current operated circuit breaker

  • Types of current operated circuit breaker

  • Principles of operation of current operated circuit breaker.

Teacher: circuit breaker. Explain the working principle of circuit breaker.

Students: observe the displayed current operated circuit breaker

Instructional materials: single phase current operated circuit breaker, three phase


5

PRACTICAL CLASS ON THE INSTALLATION OF FUSE

Teacher: sketch the diagram on the board. Explain the IEE regulation on fuses.

Students: observe the displayed diagrams. Connect the distribution fuse board to 2 point of light controlled by a switch and 2 13amps socket outlet.

Instructional Material: Distribution fuse board for single phase & three phase


6

INSTALLATION OF CURRENT OPERATED CIRCUIT BREAKER


Teacher: sketch the diagram on the board. Explain the IEE regulation on circuit breaker. Connect 2 points of light to a single phase circuit breaker, 3 phase circuit breaker.

Instructional materials: single phase circuit breaker, 3 phase circuit breaker.



7

INTRODUCTION TO VOLTAGE OPERATED CIRCUIT BREAKER

  • Explain voltage operated circuit breaker

  • Principle of operation with the aid of a sketched diagram.

Teacher: display the voltage operated circuit breaker. Sketch the schematic diagram on the board.

Students: observe displayed objects

Instructional materials: single phase voltage operated circuit breaker, 3 phase voltage operated circuit breaker


8

INSTALLATION OF VOLTAGE OPERATED CIRCUIT BREAKER



Teacher: sketch the diagram on the board. Explain the IEE regulation on circuit breaker.

Students: observe the sketched diagram. Connect 2 points of light to a single phase circuit breaker, 3 phase circuit breaker.

Instructional materials: single phase voltage operated circuit breaker, 3 phase voltage operated circuit breaker


9

THE RELEVANT REGULATION

IEE Regulation on protective Devices (Fuse Circuit Breaker)





Teacher: Sketch the diagram on the board i.e. circuit diagram.

Students: observe the sketched diagram and connect the voltage operated circuit diagram.

Instructional Material: voltage operated circuit breaker. Wiring board.


10

THE IEE REGULATION

State the IEE regulation on protective devices.

Functions of earthing in circuit breaker.


Teacher: Explain the importance of IEE regulation. Display the diagram on earthing. Students: observe the displayed diagram and later check the IEE regulation handbook.

Instructional Material: Earth rod, earth lead.



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