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FISHERIES

SS1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Introduction of fisheries

Definition/meaning of fisheries & fishery. Meaning of processing.

Processes of fish processing.



Define fishery and fisheries.

2

Introduction to fisheries

Meaning of marketing.

Types of markets.

Location of the market.


Define Marketing

3

Introduction of fisheries

Definition/Meaning of production.

Types of production in fisheries



Definition of production

4

Introduction of fisheries

Meaning of distribution.

Types of distribution.



Explanation if distribution

5

Sub-division of fisheries

Meaning of capture fisheries(fishing).

Types of capture:-

Subsistence fisheries; artisanal fisheries, industrial fisheries


Demonstration

6

Sub-division of fisheries continues

Culture fisheries (aquaculture)

The various types of aquaculture.



Demonstration

7

Sub-division of fisheries cont.

Meaning of industrial fisheries

Types of industrial fisheries



Picture or video tapes , projectors

8

Importance of fish

Importance of fisheries;

Food, employment, income generation, social cultural life, aesthetic, foreign exchange etc



Visit to a standard fish farm

9

Importance of fisheries

Learning/ Research, recycling

Demonstration

10

Importance of fisheries

Sporting of activities e.g, argungun fishing festival, Angling etc

Leather e.g from sharks and electric fish



A visit to a fish festival- Yaba etc

11

Practicals

Praticals

Pratical

12

Revision

Revisions

Revision

13-14

examination

examination

examination

FISHERIES

SS1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Capture of fishery

Meaning of capture fishery

Types of capture fishery-capture e.g, subsistence capture fishery, industrial.



Visit to any nearby river for fish catching with the students

2

Capture fishery

Meaning of capture fishery.

Description of capture fishery.



Talks on capture fishery.

3

Methods of capture fishery

Methods of capture fishery.

Hooks and lines

Description of hooks and lines.

Drawing of the hooks and lines



Using hooks and lines with attractive baits. Drawing of the fishing tool.

4

Methods of capture fishing

Methods of capture fishery using nets:

Types of nets: scoop net, gill net.

Description and drawing.


Using Hooks and lines with attractive baits.

Drawing of the fishing tool



5

Methods of capture fishery continues

Other types of nets- senine and cast nets.

Description and drawings.



The use of senine and cast nets where applicable.

6

Methods of capture fishery cont.

Baskets, traps, impaling, pond, draining.

The use of impaling, traps and baskets by the students under supervision of the teacher

7

Methods of capture fishery cont.

Explanations of other methods of capturing fishery-

Electro-fishing

Ultrasonic

Trawlers.



Students using slightly heavy object on either a pond or the river, fishes will come to surface of the water

8

Materials for capturing fishes

Materials:

Nets, Hook and line, Cages, knives, traps, baskets etc



Students using capture materials such baskets, hook and line etc for demonstration.

9

Practical

Practical

General work on the fishery site

10

Practical

Practical

General activities at the fishery site

11

Revisions

Revisions

revisions

12

Examination s

Examination

Examinations

FISHERIES

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Culture fisheries

Meaning /definition of culture fishery.

Identification of common qualities of culturable fish species,



Physical handling of the cum observing the fish

2

Culture fisheries

Identification of common qualities such as hardiness, acceptability of artificial fish feeds, tolerance to poor water quality, ability to reproduce in captivity etc

Visiting standard fish farm and records the field trip

3

Culture fisheries

Identification of common cultural fish species such as clarias spp, tilapia, shrimp, seed weed, heterobranchus etc

Display fish species with different body forms

4

Characteristics of common culturable fish species

Characteristics include;

Presence /absence of scales.

Shape of mouth, tail, fins, scales, general body shape etc.


Display the various fish species with their shape of mouth, tail, fins scales etc

5

Practicals

Knowledge of scientific names is essential.

Write the common names and the scientific names of each of the species

6

Culturing facilities

Meaning of ponds.

Description of the carious ponds



Visiting the school ponds or outside the school.

7

Features of a standard fish pond

Features consists of Dam, core trench, monk, boards, etc

Trip / visit to a standard fish pond

8

Construction of a standard fish pond

Consisting the distribution channel such as monk, Boards, screens etc.

Visit any fish frm that has these facilities.

9

Stocking of a fish pond

Stocking of a fish pond with fishes of the same ages, sizes etc

Fingerlings or juvenile of the same ages, sizes should be shown to the students.

10

Maintenance of a fish pond

Maintenance include the following: Supplementary feeding, wedding, silt removal, air supply, water supply etc

Students should be involved in feeding and maintaining the fish pond

11

Revision

Revision

Revision

12-13

Examinations

Examinations

Examinations

GARMENT MAKING

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

INTRODUCTION TO GARMENT MAKING

  • Definition of garment making

  • Concept of garment making

  • History of garment making

  • Reasons for wearing garments.

Teacher discusses the concept and importance of garment.

Resources; chart.



2

CLOTHING ITEMS

-Identification of clothing items e.g dresses, shoes, hat etc

-Clothes for different occasions e.g office, sports, uniform, party.


Teacher displays various items of clothing, discuss clothes suitable for each occasion.

Resources; items of clothing.



3

PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN

  • Definition of garment design

  • Proportion, rhythm, balance or harmony and emphasis

Teacher discusses the four principles of design.

Resources; charts showing features in garment.



4

ELEMENTS OF DESIGN

  • Concept of elements of design

  • Elements of design—space, form, line, texture, and color.

Teacher discusses the elements of design.

Resources; chart showing different types of line.



5

IMPORTANCE OF COLOUR

  • Basic colour, i.e primary, secondary and tertiary colours.

  • Qualities of colour

  • Classes of colour e.g cool and warm

  • Color and complexion.

Teacher explains the importance of colour and befitting colours on completion.

Resources; colour wheel, color triangle.



6

FACTORS INFLUENCING GARMENT DESIGN

  • Age

  • Figure type

  • Interest etc

Teacher explains factors that influence garment design.

Resources; pictures of different figure types.



7

ECONOMIC VALUES OF GARMENT DESIGN

Discuss the importance and the economic value of garment making.

Resources; pictures of designers from fashion magazines.



8

ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN GARMENT MAKING

  • Definition of entrepreneurship

  • Advantages of entrepreneurship

  • Qualities of entrepreneurship.

Teacher discusses the advantages and qualities of entrepreneurship.

Resources; field trip to fashion house/industries.



9

GARMENT MAKING BUSINESS

  • Definition of business.

  • Factors to be considered when going into garment making business.

Discussion on the concept of business and factors considered in business.

Resources; chart showing garment making workshop.



10

SEWING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

  • Identification of sewing tools.

  • Classification of tools and equipment according to their functions.

  • Points to consider in choosing sewing tools and equipments.



Demonstration and handling of sewing tools and equipment.

Resources; actual sewing tools and equipments.



11

CARE OF SEWING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTS

Importance of care and maintenance of sewing tools and equipment.



Describe the specific way of caring for each tool and equipment.

Resources; tools and equipments.



12

METHODS OF CARING FOR TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

Steps involved in caring and maintaining of tools and equipment.

Practical on specific ways of caring for each tool.


Practical demonstration on how to care for each tool and equipment.

Resources; tools and equipment, items required for caring for each tools and equipments.



13

Revision

Revision

14

Examination

Examination

GARMENT MAKING

SS1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

THE SEWING MACHINE

  • Identification of different types of sewing machine.

  • Uses of different types.

  • Functions of parts of sewing machines.

Explanation of various types and parts of sewing machine.

Resources; charts showing parts of sewing machine, different types of sewing machine.



2

CARE OF SEWING

  • Selection of sewing machine.

  • Daily care of sewing machine

  • Routine maintenance of sewing machine.

Discussion on how to select and care for sewing machine.

Resources; sewing machine and items used for servicing, machine, mechanic.



3

MACHINE FAULTS

  • Identification of common faults or problems

  • Causes of the faults

  • Solution/remedies to the problems.

Discussion on common faults and the causes of each fault.

Resources; sewing machine and pieces of fabric.



4

SOLUTIONS TO COMMON PROBLEMS OF SEWING MACHINE

  • Improper use of machine parts.

  • How to rectify common problems or faults in sewing machine.

Demonstrates correction of some machine faults.

Resources; sewing machine, accessories and pieces of fabric.



5

BASIC STITCHES

  • Types of basic stitches; temporary permanent etc

  • Uses of basic stitches.

  • Making of temporary stitches (tackings).

Explanation on uses of different types of stitches, practical work on temporary stitches.

Resources; album showing different types of stitches.



6

BASIC STITCHES

Practical working of different types of basic stitches.



Demonstration on how to work each stitch.

Resources; fabric, needle, sewing and embroidery threads.



7

SEAMS

-Types of seam

Where seams are used.

Points to consider when choosing seams.

Working of open seam.


Demonstration on how to work open seam.

Resources; samples of garment with different seams, fabric and sewing accessories.



8

SEAMS AND SEAM FINISHES

-Methods of finishing seams e.g hemming, bounding etc.

Working of other seams.


Demonstration on procedures for producing different seams and methods of finishing the seam edges.

Resources; fabrics and sewing accessories.



9

DISPOSAL OR ARRANGEMENT OF FULLNESS

Methods of disposing or arranging fullness in garments.



  • Practical work on gathers, darts, and pleats.

Discuss the different methods of arranging fullness in garment.

Resources; samples of fullness in garments, fabrics and sewing tools.



10

FULLNESS IN GARMENTS

Procedures for making tucks, shirring, smocking etc



Practical demonstration and working of some fullness.

Resources; fabric pieces, sewing accessories.



11

Revision

Revision

12

Examination

Examination
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