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GARMENT MAKING

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

FACING AND INTERFACINGS:

Types and functions of facings.



  • Identification of fabrics for interfacing.

  • Functions of interfacings.

Discussions on types and functions of facing and interfacing.

Resources; samples of facing on garments, different types of fabric for interfacings.



2

FACING EDGES;

  • Attachments of facings on different edges for neatening e.g shaped, straight and scalloped.

Demonstration and working the procedures for attaching of facings to edges.

Resources; fabrics and sewing tools.



3

OPENINGS IN GARMENTS

  • Types of openings

  • Functions of openings i.e faced, bound panel and continued strip.

Discussion and demonstration of procedures for working different types of opening.

Resources; samples of opening on garments, accessories for making openings.



4

FASTENING IN GARMENTS

  • Identification of items used for fastenings e.g zip, buttons, Velcro.

  • Working of button holes.

Discussion on functions and items use for fastenings.

Resources; samples of fastenings.

Resources; samples of fastenings on garments.


5

FASTENING

  • Methods of attaching zips

  • Practical attachment of zips on fabrics.

Description and demonstration of different ways of attaching zips on garment.

Resources; zip, fabrics, and sewing tools.



6

PATTERNS

  • Definition of patterns and pattern drafting.

  • Advantages of the use of patterns.

  • Tools and equipments for pattern drafting.

Discussion on advantages of the use of patterns.

Resources; tools for drafting patterns.



7

METHODS OF OBTAINING PATTERNS

  • Different methods of obtaining patterns e.g draping, flat, knock-off,.

  • Advantages and disadvantages of each method.

Discussion on merits and demerits of different methods of obtaining patterns.

Resources; samples of some patterns.



8

FLAT PATTERNS

  • Types of flat patterns- drafted and commercial.

  • Merits and demerits.

  • Pattern markings and symbols.

  • Printed and perforated.

Discussion on merits and demerits of flat patterns.

Resources; chart showing pattern marking and the meanings.



9

FREE HAND METHOD OF CUTTING FABRICS

Meaning of free hand method of cutting fabric.



  • Techniques involved in free hand cutting.

  • Merits and demerits of free hand cutting.

Discussion on the use of free hand method of cutting out, demonstration of the processes of free hand cutting.

Resources; fabrics, chalk, scissors, etc



10

BODY MEASUREMENT

Importance of taking accurate body measurements.



  • Principles involved in taking body measuremenst.

  • Essential body parts to be measured.

Discussion on principles and importance of taking accurate body measurement.

Resources; diagram of a person, indicating parts for measurements.



11

BODY MEASUREMENTS

Practical on how to take accurate body measurements.



Practical demonstration on how to take accurate body measurement.

Resources; tape measure, note book, and pencil.



12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

MACHINE WOOD WORK

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1


Three growth structure and types. Common West Africa timber:

Abura, iroko, mahogany etc.



Teacher.

1. Guide students to identify common west African timber

2. Name five common west Africa timber


2

Three growth structure and types of Tree growth

  1. Describe tree growth and structure

  2. Identify the committees where each timber grown on a map of west Africa



3

Three growth structure and types Wood structure

  1. Describe tree structure.

  2. View sample of timber under microscope

4

Three growth structure and types Wood structure

  1. Describe the growth of a tree

  2. Sketch and label the cross section of a tree

  3. Sketch the structure of a wood

5

Properties of timber

Characteristics of soft wood and hard woods.

Physical properties of common west African timbers


  1. Display specimens of common west African timbers

  2. Explain differences between soft and hard wood.

6

Properties of timber

Characteristics of soft wood and hard woods.

Physical properties of common west African timbers


  1. Observe specimens describe their physical properties

  2. Describe characteristics of soft wood

  3. Describe characteristic of hard wood

7

Properties of timber

  1. Describe the differences between the soft wood and hard wood

  2. Describe the physical properties of common west African timbers

8

Properties of timber

Physical properties of common west African timbers



  1. Explain the physical properties of west African timber

  2. State at least four physical properties of each of the following

  1. Abura

  2. Mahogany

  3. Iroko

  4. Opepe

9

Timber conversion

Definition of timber conversion

Method of timber conversion

Common market size of timber



  1. Define timber conversion

  2. Describe timber conversion

  3. Sketch some method

10

Timber conversion

Definition of timber conversion

Method of timber conversion


  • Through & through sawing

  • Tangential sawing

  • Rift/ quarter sawing

Common market sizes of timber e.g board, plank, scanting etc.

  1. Describe the methods of timber conversion with the aid of sketch\

  2. Make sketches of methods of timber conversion

  1. Through & through sawing

  2. Tangential sawing

  3. Rift / quarter sawing

11

Timber conversion

  1. List common market sizes of timber

  2. Explain the common market sizes of timber e.g

  1. Board

  2. Plank

  3. Scanting etc

12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

14

Examination

Examination

MACHIINE WOOD WORK

SS1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

General wood machine shop safety

General machine shop safety rules

Electrical safety rules

Mechanical safety rules



  1. Explain and demonstrate appropriate general machine shop, electrical and mechanical safety behaviors

  2. Define safety

2

General wood machine shop safety

General machine shop safety rules

Electrical safety rules

Mechanical safety rules



  1. State two general machine shop safety rules

  2. List some electrical safety rules

  3. Explain the electrical safety rules

3

General wood machine shop safety

General machine shop safety rules

Electrical safety rules

Mechanical safety rules



  1. Describe some mechanical safety rules

  2. List some mechanical safety rules

  3. Explain the mechanical safety rules

4

General wood machine shop safety

General machine shop safety rules

Electrical safety rules

Mechanical safety rules



  1. Observe appropriates safety rules

  2. Differentiate between electrical and mechanical hazards in the machine shop

5

General wood machine shop safety

General machine shop safety rules

Electrical safety rules

Mechanical safety rules



  1. State the causes and remedies of accident in the working machine shop

  2. Discuss actively in the class for proper observation of safety rules

6

Safety equipments and devices in the wood machine shop.

Common machine shop safety equipment and devices: fire extinguisher, first aid box, and sand bucket



Names, state and demonstrates the correct uses of safety equipment and devices.

7

Safety equipments and devices in the wood machine shop.

Common machine shop safety equipment and devices: fire extinguisher, first aid box, and sand bucket



  1. Names some safety devices and equipments use in the machine shop

  2. Explain the equipment and their uses in the machine shop

8

Safety equipments and devices in the wood machine shop

Common machine shop safety equipment and devices: fire extinguisher, first aid box, and sand bucket



  1. Demonstrate the different methods on the operation of the equipment and devices in the wood machine shop

  2. State one use of each devices in the wood machine shop

  3. List the equipment and devices

9

Safety equipments and devices in the wood machine shop

Common machine shop safety equipment and devices: fire extinguisher, first aid box, and sand bucket




  1. Fire extinguisher

  2. Sand bucket

  3. First aid box

  4. Fire alarm etc

10

Revision

Revision

11

Examination

Examination

12

Examination

Examination

MACHINE WOOD WORK

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Wood machine shop layout.

Principles of machine layout

Flow diagram of a machine shop lay out


  1. Explain principle s of machine shop layout

  2. Draw a flow diagram of machine layout.

2

Wood machine shop layout.

Principles of machine layout

Flow diagram of a machine shop lay out


  1. Describe the importance of the flow diagram of machine shop layout

  2. Visit an existing wood machine shop.

3

Wood machine shop layout.

Principles of machine layout

Flow diagram of a machine shop lay out


  1. Practice machine shop layout with aid of a flow diagram

  2. Draw a flow diagram showing the relative position of mortise, jointer, planner, tenoner, circular saw, grinder, driller, band saw etc,

4

Wood machine shop layout.

Principles of machine layout

Flow diagram of a machine shop lay out


  1. Describe the relative positions of a machine shop

  2. Explain reason for machine layout

5

Wood machine shop layout.

Principles of machine layout

Flow diagram of a machine shop lay out


  1. Illustrate wood machine shop layout with the aid of a flow diagram

6

Wood work machine

Parts, accessories, uses and maintenance of



  1. Cross cut

  2. Circular saw

  3. Surface planner

  4. Thicknesses

  5. Band saw

  1. Show machine parts and accessories to the students

  2. Name machine parts and accessories to the students

7.

Wood work machine

Parts, accessories, uses and maintenance of



  1. Cross cut

  2. Circular saw

  3. Surface planner

  4. Thicknesses

  5. Band saw

  1. Explain the uses of machines and accessories

  2. Demonstrate the uses of machine parts and accessories




8

Wood work machine

Parts, accessories, uses and maintenance of



  1. Cross cut

  2. Circular saw

  3. Surface planner

  4. Thicknesses

  5. Band saw

  1. Demonstrate correctly the use of machine and accessories

  2. Name four parts and two operations that can be performed on

  1. Circular saw

  2. Surface plane

9

Wood work machine

Parts, accessories, uses and maintenance of



  1. Cross cut

  2. Circular saw

  3. Surface planner

  4. Thicknesses

  5. Band saw

  1. Name two accessories used on a circular and surface planner

  2. Explain the reason for carrying out maintenance on machine parts accessories

  3. Describe the types of maintenance




10

Wood work machine

Parts, accessories, uses and maintenance of



  1. Cross cut

  2. Circular saw

  3. Surface planner

  4. Thicknesses

  5. Band saw




11

Revision

Revision

12

Examination

Examination

13

Examination

Examination

MARKETING

SS 1 TERM FIRST TERM


WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Introduction to marketing

*meaning of marketing



The teacher explains the meaning of marketing while the students listens attentively

*charts


*pictures


2

Introduction to marketing continued

*marketing terms

*needs, wants, demands,

Products, exchange ,transactions

Markets and marketing management.


The teacher explains the terms

The students listen attentively and participate in discussion



3.

Introduction to marketing continues

*functions of marketing system

-maximize consumption

-maximize consumer satisfaction

-maximize choice

-maximize life quality

-maximize profit


The teacher discusses the functions of marketing.

The student participates in discussion.

*magazines

*pictures

*charts


4.

Introduction to marketing continued

History of marketing in Nigeria .

-colonial age 100AD to 1860

-colonial era

1860-1960.

-post independence

Age 1960 to date


The teacher gives a brief history of marketing.

The students listens and participates in the discussion

-Charts

-Magazines


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