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TOURISM

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Introduction to tourism

Basic Concepts in Tourism



  1. Leisure

  2. Play and Recreation

Type of Recreation

  1. Communal or Solitary

  2. Active or Passive

  3. Indoor or Outdoor

  4. Healthy, useful or Harmful.

Performance objective: Students should be able to,

  1. Define leisure and recreation

  2. Explain types of recreation




Teacher:

Defines leisure and recreation


Students:

Write down the definitions.


Teaching and learning materials;

Pictures, Charts or Videos of people enjoying leisure and recreation.

Evaluation Guide:


  1. Define leisure and recreation

  2. Explain types of recreation


2

Concepts in Tourism continued

  1. Work

Types of work

  1. Skilled or unskilled

  2. Self employed or hired

  3. Part time or permanent.

  1. Income

Types of income

  1. Household

  2. Organization

Performance objective:

Student should be able to;



  1. Define work and income

  2. Explain the types of work and income




Teacher:

Defines work and income


Students:

Write down the definition.


Teaching and learning materials:

Different kinds of budget schedules.

Evaluation Guide:


  1. Define work and income

  2. Mention type of work and income


3

  1. Tourism Education

  1. Define Tourism education

  2. Approaches to Tourism education

  1. Vocational

  2. Philosophical

  3. Sustainable tourism education

  1. Environment

  1. Define environment

  2. Components of environment

  1. Atmosphere

  2. Lithosphere

  3. Hydrosphere

  4. Biosphere

Performance objective:

Students should be able to :



  1. Define tourism education

  2. Explain the approaches to tourism education

  3. Explain the components of the environment.




Teacher:

Defines Tourism education and environment


Students:

Write down the explanations.



Teaching and learning materials:

Charts of links between approaches in tourism education.



Evaluation Guide:

  1. Explain the approaches in tourism studies.

  2. Explain the component of the environment .



4

  1. Ecosystem

  1. Define ecosystem

  2. Components of ecosystem

  1. Biotic

  2. Abiotic

  1. Environmental balance

  1. Recycle of matter and energy flow

  1. Water cycle

  2. Carbon cycle

  3. Nitrogen cycle

  4. Mineral nutrient cycle

  5. Food chain

  6. Food web.

Performance objective: students should be able to;

  1. Describe the various cycle of energy in ecosystem.

  2. Explain how energy flows within the ecosystem.




Teacher:

Defines environmental balance


Students:

Write down the explanation of environmental balance.


Teaching and learning materials:

Pictures of ecosystem e.g. forest, charts of energy flow e.g. N2, carbon, water cycle etc.




5

  1. Climate change

  1. Definition of climate change

  2. Levels of climate change

  1. Microclimate change

  2. Mesoclimate change

  3. Macroclimate change

  1. Cause of climate change.

  1. Natural factors

  2. Human factors

  1. Environmental hazards

  1. Definition of environmental hazard

  2. Forms of environmental hazards

  1. Soil erosion

  2. Desert encroachment

  3. Drought

  4. Deforestation

  5. Flooding

  6. Coastal erosion

  7. Pollution (Water, land and air).

Performance objective:

students should be able to;



  1. Explain climate change

  2. Identify environmental hazards.



Teacher:

Explains climate change, levels and causes of climate change.


Students:

Note and write down explanations.


Teaching and learning materials;

Pictures, videos, printed news on hazard etc.


Evaluation Guide:

  1. Define climate change

  2. Explain the various form of environment hazards




6

Tourism

  1. Definition of Tourism

  2. History of Tourism (in the world )

Performance objective:

students should be able to;



  1. Define tourism

  2. Give the history of tourism




Teacher:

Defines tourism

Discusses the general history of tourism
Students:

Write down the definition and the history of tourism.


Teaching and learning materials;

Pictures of site attractions, accommodations, transport visit to tourism sites.


Evaluation Guide;

  1. Define tourism

  2. Give a brief history of tourism.




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History of Tourism in Nigeria

  1. Pre-colonial

  2. Colonial

  3. Post colonial

Performance objectives:

students should be able to;



  1. Give the history of tourism in Nigeria

  2. Highlight the contributions made during each period.




Teacher:

Discusses the history of the tourism in Nigeria



Student:

Write down the history of tourism in Nigeria.


Teaching and learning materials;

Documentations on the trends of history development since pre-colonial era in Nigeria.


Evaluation Guide;

  1. Narrate the history of tourism in Nigeria

  2. Highlight the contribution made during the periods toward tourism growth.




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  1. Types of Tourism

  1. Domestic

  2. International

  1. Forms of Tourism

  1. Economic

  2. Cultural

  3. Religious

  4. Sports

  5. Youth


Performance objectives: Students should be able to;

  1. Explain types of tourism

  2. List forms of tourism


Components of tourism

  1. Attractions

  2. Accessibilities

  3. Amenities

Teacher:

Explains types of Tourism.

Discuses and list forms of tourism.
Students:

Write down the types of tourism

Participate and list forms of tourism.
Teaching and learning materials.

Pictures of site attractions, accommodations and transport, visit to tourist sites.


Evaluation Guide:

  1. Explain types of tourism

  2. List at least three forms of tourism



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Performance objectives:

Student should be able to;



  1. List the components of tourism

  2. Explain the components of tourism




Teacher:

Shows pictorials of attraction and lead students to visit tourism sites. Guides students to list components of tourism


Students:

View the pictorials, visit tourism sites and write down components of tourism.


Teaching and learning materials;

Pictures of sites attractions, accommodations and transports, visit to tourism sites.


Evaluation Guide:

  1. List at least two components of tourism

  2. Explain the components of tourism




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Characteristics of tourism

  1. Dynamic

  2. Commercial oriented

  3. Resilient

  4. Labour and capital intensive

Performance objectives: Students should be able to;

  1. List the characteristics of tourism

  2. Explain the characteristics of tourism




Teacher:

Discusses the characteristics of tourism and lead the students to list them.


Students:

Note and write down the characteristics of tourism.




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Examination

Examination

TOURISM

SS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPICS/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Tourist product

  1. Definition

  2. Characteristics of tourist product

  1. Heterogeneous

  2. Intangible

  3. Immovable supply

Performance objectives: students should be able to;

  1. Define tourist products

  2. List characteristics of tourist products.

TEACHER:

Defines tourist product

Guides students to list characteristics of tourist product.
Students:

Write down the definition of tourist product and list the characteristics.


Teaching and learning materials

Pictures of tangible goods

Evaluation guide:


  1. Define tourist product

  2. List the three characteristics of tourist product

2

Tourist attractions

  1. Definition of tourist attraction

  2. Types of tourist attraction

  1. Natural

  2. Man-made

  3. Socio-cultural

Performance objectives: students should be able to

  1. Identify different tourist attractions

  2. Differentiate between the attractions.




TEACHER

  1. Guides students to identify different tourist attractions.

  2. Shows video/clips/pictures of various attractions

  3. Leads student to differentiate between the three types of tourist attractions.


Teaching and learning materials;

Pictures, Video, Brochures/ Flyer, Form Youth Tourism clubs.



Evaluation Guide;

  1. Identify different tourist attractions

  2. State the difference between the tourist and attractions.




3

Attractions and their location in Nigeria.

  1. Natural

  1. Forest reserves

  2. Parks

  3. Waterfall

  4. Beaches

  5. Zoo

  6. Lakes

  7. Rock and highlands

  8. Warm spring

  9. Caves

  10. Herbals and resort gardens.




  1. Man-made

  1. Museums

  2. Theatres

  3. Galleries

  4. Monuments




  1. Socio-cultural

  1. Arts

  2. Archeological sites

  3. Festivals

  4. Cultural dance

  5. Carnival

  6. Spiritual centers.

Performance objectives: Students should be able to;

  1. Identify different tourist attractions and their location in Nigeria

  2. Differentiate between the tourist and attractions.

Teacher:

  1. Guides students to identify different tourist attractions and their locations.

  2. Lead students to tourist attractions sites.



Students:

Identify different attractions and their location at different sites.


Teaching and learning materials.

Television, video machine, still camera, Brochures.


Evaluation Guide:

  1. mention different attractions and their location

  2. Prepare a report on the site cast visited.




4

Tourism statistics

  1. Definition of tourism statistics

  2. Components of tourism statistics

  1. Inflow

  2. Outflow

  3. Expenditure of tourist

Performance objective: Students should be able to;

  1. Define tourism statistics.

  2. Explain the components of tourism statistics.



Teacher:

  1. Gives the meaning of tourism statistics.

  2. Explains the components of tourism statistics.

Students:

Note and write down the meaning and components of tourism statistics.


Teaching and learning materials;

Sample of questionnaire and survey instruments.


Evaluation Guide:

  1. State tourism statistics

  2. Explain the components of tourism statistics.




5

Expenditure pattern

  1. Definition of tourist expenditure pattern

  2. Tourism satellite account

Performance objectives: students should be able to;

  1. Define tourism expenditure pattern

  2. Explain tourism satellite account.



Teacher:

Gives the meaning of tourist expenditure pattern and tourism satellite account.


Students:

Note and write down the meaning of tourist expenditure pattern and tourism satellite account


Teaching and learning materials

Samples of Nigerian tourism satellite account records.


Evaluation Guide:

  1. state tourist expenditure pattern

  2. state tourism satellite account




6

Data collection

  1. Definition of data collection.

  2. Methods of data collection in tourism

  1. Survey

  2. Electronic recording

  3. Use of statutory records.

  4. Tourism satellite account achieves.

Performance Objectives: students should be able to

  1. Explain data collection

  2. State method of data collection

Teacher:

  1. explains data collection

  2. leads students to list methods of data collection.


Students:

Note and write down the meaning of data collections.

ii list various methods used in data collection.
Teaching and learning materials.

Samples of questionnaire and survey instruments.


Evaluation Guide:

  1. state the meaning of data collection

  2. state the methods of data collection.






Data representation

  1. Meaning of data representation

  2. Methods of data representation

  1. Statement

  2. Tabulation

  3. Statistics e.g charts, graphs etc.

Performance Objective: Students should be able to;

  1. State the meaning of data representation.

  2. Explain the method of data representation.




Teacher;

  1. Gives the meaning of data representation

  2. Leads students to identify methods of data representation.


Teaching and learning materials;

Samples of different data records.


Evaluation Guide:

  1. State the meaning of data representation.

  2. Explain the method of data representation.






Tourism Database

  1. Meaning of Tourism Database

  2. Development and management of tourism Database.

  3. Function of a data base.

  1. Store of information about tourism

  2. Retrieve information for use.


Performance Objective: Students should be able to;

  1. Sate the meaning of tourism Database.

  2. State the function of a data base.




Teacher;

  1. Shows example of database in a computer and explains it’s meaning.


Students:

View the sample database and write down meaning.


Teaching and learning materials;

Sample of a data base in a computer system.


Evaluation Guide:

  1. Define tourism database

  2. State the functions of database.






Importance of Tourism statistics.

  1. Nation

  2. Individual


Performances objective: Students should be able to;

  1. State the importance of tourism statistics to the Nation and individual.

Teacher:

  1. Leads the students to list various importances of tourism statistics.

Teaching and learning materials;

Students: Note and write down importance of tourism statistics.





Solve problems on tourism statistics.

Performance objective: students should be able to:

  1. Tackle statiscal problems in tourism

  2. Identify problem areas in tourism that require statistical solution.

Teacher;

  1. Source for statistical problems

  2. Leads the students to solve them


Students:

  1. Participate in solving problems in tourism statistics.

  2. Note and write down the explanations.



Revision

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Examination

Examination

TOURISM

SS1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPICS/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Financial Benefits in Tourism

  1. Taxes

  2. Levies




Teacher:

Discusses area of financial benefits in tourism


Students:

Participate and list areas of financial benefit in tourism



2

  1. Balance of payment

  2. Foreign exchange earnings

Teacher and learning materials:

Charts, statistical data of tourism expenditure, pictures of private museums, galleries, sites etc.




3

  1. Investment opportunities in Tourism

  1. Heritage development

  2. Museum and Galleries






4

  1. Development of reserves, parks and zoos, botanical gardens and resort centers.






5

  1. Employment opportunities in tourism

  1. Travel retailing

  2. Service delivery

  3. Tour operation






6

Social benefits of tourism

  1. Cultural interaction

  2. World peace

Teacher:

Discusses areas of social benefit in tourism


Students:

Participate and list areas of social benefit in tourism



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  1. Add value to life

  2. Capacity for massive job creation


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Environmental benefit of tourism.

  1. Environmental protection

  2. Establishment of parks, reserves and zoo for conservation.

  3. Stimulate interest in funding and preservation of cultural environment




Teacher:

Discusses the environmental benefits of tourism.


Students:

Participate and list areas of environment benefits


Teaching and learning materials;

Picture of green environment eg. Game reserve, park etc.



9

Negative Tourism

  1. Breakdown of traditional values

  2. May cause health risk

  3. May increase vices like prostitution, drugs and other crimes

  4. Capital intensive

  5. Cultural dilution or disappearance.

Teacher:

Discusses the negative of tourism activities.


Students:

Participate and write down the negative of tourism activities.




10

Challenges of Tourism development in Nigeria.

  1. Policy

  2. Funding

  3. Accessibility

  4. Attractions

  5. Amenities




Teacher:

Leads the students to identify challenges of tourism development in Nigeria.


Students:

Participate and write down the challenges of tourism development in Nigeria.



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  1. Personnel and institutions

  2. Publicity

  3. Accommodation

  4. Antiquities

  5. and artifact theft




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Examination

Examination

RADIO TV & ELECTRONICS

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

SOURCES AND PREVENTION OF HAZARDS

  1. Concepts of safety.

  2. Sources of hazards:

  1. electric shock,

  2. Damp/wet floor,

  3. Wrong handling of tools,

  4. Improper workshop dressing,

  5. Horse play in the workshop.

  1. Safety.




The teacher explains causes of hazard or accidents, and safety rules and regulations in the workshop. He also shows safety devices and demonstrates safe work habit.

The students demonstrate safe work habit and state safety precaution in the workshop.



2

STRUCTURE OF MATTER

  1. Definition of matter.

  2. Structure of matter.

  3. Atoms and its parts.

The teacher explains the structure of matter using sketch or chart, while students ask questions and take down notes.

3

CONDUCTORS, INSULATORS AND SEMI-CONDUCTORS.

Conductors/conducting materials (e.g. aluminium, brass, copper, gold, lead etc)



The teacher explains and displays conductors/conducting materials, while students identify various conductors and conducting materials.

4

CONDUCTORS, INSULATOR, AND SEMI-CONDUCTORS.

Insulators/insulating materials (non-conducting materials), air, glass, paper, dry wood etc.



The teacher explains and displays some insulating materials e.g: glass, plastic, paper.

5

CONDUCTORS, INSULATORS, AND SEMI-CONDUCTORS.

Semi-conductors/semi-conducting materials (e.g. silicon, germarium, gallium, arsenide etc.



The teacher explains the characteristics of semi-conducting materials that differentiate them from conductors and insulators.

6

CONDUCTORS, INSULATORS, AND SEMI-CONDUCTORS.

Structures of semi-conductor materials for P-type and N-type semi-conductors.






7

CURRENT, VOLTAGE, AND RESISTANCE

  1. Definition of voltage, current, and resistance.

  2. Units and symbols of current, voltage, and resistance.

The teacher explains current, voltage, and resistance, and also write their symbols, and state their units. While students take notes and answer questions.

8

CURRENT, VOLTAGE AND RESISTANCE

Laws of attraction and repulsion of changes.



Teacher explains the laws of attraction, repulsion, using sketch or chart while students take notes, and answer questions.

9

ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS.

Identification of components by name, types, and graphic symbol.



Teacher provides different types of electronic components while the students identify it.

10

ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS

Calculation of values and ratings, e.g resistance and capacitors.



The teacher uses color code to calculate the values and ratings of resistors and capacitors.

11

ELECTRONIC HAND TOOLS

Types of hand tools (screw drivers, diagonal cutters, soldering gun, soldering iron, lead sucker, pocket knife, stripper,, and soldering wick.



The teacher demonstrate the uses of basic hand tools, while the students observe the hand tools displayed by the teacher, and also practice how to use them.

12

ELECTRONIC HAND TOOLS

Uses of hand tools.



Teacher demonstrates how to use soldering and desoldering tools to remove IC, and gives the students assignment on component removal. The students practice how to remove components from a printed circuit board.

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RADIO TV & ELECTRONICS

SS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

MEANING OF ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT.

Definition of electronics and electronic circuit.



The teacher defines electronics, and electronic circuit, while the students make observations, and ask questions.

2

CONCEPT OF EMISSION

  1. Definition of emission.

  2. Types of emission.




The teacher defines emission, and explains various types of emission, while the students make observations, and take notes.

3

CONCEPT OF EMISSION

Application of emission



The teacher lists the possible areas where emissions are used, e.g. cathode ray tube, VICD and AVD.

4

PHOTO-ELECTRIC DEVICES

Definition of photo-electric devices, and applications of photo-electric devices.



The teacher defines and explains the uses of photo-electric devices. He also displays the photo-electric devices which the students will examine.

5

SEMI-CONDUCTOR DEVICES

Simple semi-conductor theory; the P-N junction.

Types of semi-conductor diodes.


The teacher explains the operation of P-N junction, and display various types of semi-conductor diodes. The students take notes, ask questions and observe the semi-conductor diode displayed by the teacher.

6

SEMI-CONDUCTOR DEVICES

  1. Principles of operation of semi-conductor devices.

  2. Semi-conductor diodes as rectifiers.

  3. Characteristics of semi-conductor diodes.

  4. Application of semi-conductor diodes.




The teacher explains the operation of semi-conductor diodes, and involve students in setting up of rectifier circuit.

7

ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS.

  1. Definition of electronic communication systems.

  2. Types of communication system and their difference.

The teacher defines and explains electronics communication systems using charts or video clips. He also explains various types of communication systems, and their differences, while the students examine and identify different electronic communication system.

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ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

  1. Block diagram of an electronic communication system.

  2. Operation and function of each stage.

The teacher draws the block diagram of electronic communication system, and instruct the students, who then copy the diagram in their note-books.

9

ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

Noise in communication system; internal and external noise.



The teacher explains the cause and effects of noise in communication systems. The students listen to the teacher, and take notes.

10

ELECTRO-MAGNETIC SPECTRUM

  1. Definition of electro-magnetic spectrum.

  2. Propagation of radio waves.

  3. Applications of frequency range in electronic communication.

The teacher defines electro-magnetic spectrum, and explains the propagation of radio waves. The students listen, and take note.

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RADIO TV & ELECTRONICS

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

TRANSDUCERS

  1. Definition of transducers employed in electronic communication system.

  2. Types of transducers.

The teacher displays different types of transducers and explain their functions and uses while students identify the types of transducers

2

TRANSDUCERS

Functions of microphone, loud –speaker, video camera and video display unit.



The teacher demonstrate the use of microphone, loudspeaker and explains energy conversion in them.

3

MODULATION

.Definition of modulation.

.Types of modulation, amplitude, frequency and phase.


The teacher defines modulation, explains the principle of modulation, and state types of modulation, while students ask questions and note the answers.

4

MODULATION

1 AM waveform, FM waveform.

2 Indication of percentage of amplitude modulation.


The teacher sketches AM & FM, states the advantages of FM over AM, while students work exercises on percentage modulation.

5

MODULATION

  • Modulation peaks and valleys.

  • Carrier wave.

The teacher explains the functions of carrier wave in radio communication, while students ask questions and take down notes.

6

DEMODULATION

  • Definition of demodulation

  • Types of demodulation: AM, FM, etc

The teacher defines and explains the meaning of demodulation, also mention types of demodulation for FM, AM receivers, etc. while students ask questions and note answers.

7

SOLDERING AND DESOLDERING IN ELECTRIC CIRCUITS

Techniques of soldering and desoldering.



The teacher states the precautions to observe while soldering and desoldering, while students take notes on safety precautions to observe while soldering and desoldering.

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SOLDERING AND DESOLDERING IN ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS

. Precaution while soldering and desoldering.

. Types of solder.


The teacher demonstrates the correct technique for desoldering simple electronic components, while students correct technique for soldering and desoldering simple electronic components from old electronic panels.

9

SOLDERING AND DESOLDERING IN ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

Types of flux: (a) Amber resin.

(b) Sodium chloride solutions.


The teacher lists and displays types of solder and flux, while students listen and take notes.

10

ELECTRONIC MEASURING INSTRUMENTS

Uses of multimeter to measure the correct value of current, voltage and resistance.



The teacher explains the necessary safety precautions associated with the use of multimeter, while the students take notes on the necessary safety precautions.

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ELECTRIC MEASURING INSTRUMENTS

Uses of multimeter to measure correct readings for active and passive electronic components in circuits.



The teacher demonstrates how to read the correct values for active and passive components in electronic circuits, while students practice the use of multimeter in reading of active and passive components.

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AUTO MECHANIC WORK

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

SAFETY

Definition of safety.

Definition of workshop

Meaning and causes of workshop accidents.

Accident prevention techniques.


Define safety, and workshop.

Explain the causes of workshop accident.

Students participate actively in class discussion.

Charts and posters showing workshop and accident pictures.



2

SAFETY; accidents prevention techniques.

Explain what accident is, emphasize different ways of preventing accidents- (safety rules and regulations. Students contribute by mentioning other ways of preventing accidents.

Charts and posters, magnetic marker board.



3

SAFETY

Explain safety devices and their applications. Students participate in mentioning other safety devices.

Safety devices; fire extinguisher, sand, bullats.



4

HAND TOOLS/MAINTENANCE

Definition of a hand tool. Types and uses of hand tools (measuring, cutting, boring, bench, and golding tools).



Define hand tool, sketch and explain hand tools, types and uses. Students observe hand tools, sketch hand tools, state uses of hand tools.

Hand tools, charts and posters, soft ware of hand tools, projector.



5

HAND TOOLS/MAINTENANCE

Hand tools maintenance care in handling hand tools.



Teacher explains how to maintain hand tools.

Students state and explain how to maintain hand tools.

Hand tools, cleaning and maintaining items.


6

WORKSHOP EQUIPMENTS AND MAINTENANCE

Definition of equipments.

Types and uses, e.g compressor, battery charger, wheel balancing and alignment gauge.


Sketch, define and explain types of equipments.

Students observe and sketch equipments.

Equipment chart and posters, equipment soft wares.


7

MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENTS

Equipment maintenance

Types of maintenance

Importance of maintenance.



Explain how to maintain equipments, state and explain types of maintenance, explain importance of maintenance. Students explain how an equipment can be maintained. Equipment soft-ware.


8

THE CHASSIS

Explanation of chassis,

Types of motor vehicle chassis.


Teacher introduces students to vehicle layout, explain types of chassis.

Students identify the vehicle layout.

Sketch of chassis layout, lesson plan, posters, charts, types of chassis layout models.


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THE CHASSIS

Principle components of motor vehicle; identification of engine, transmission system, chassis members, breaking system, suspension system as are mounted on the chassis, diagrammatical illustrations.



Teacher lists the main components, such as engine, gearbox, clutch, chassis rear axle, wad wheels and vehicle body.

Students inspect types of vehicle chassis and various components stated, identify the various components.

Various components of chassis layout.


10

THE CHASSIS

Functions of each principal components and uses.



Teacher explains the functions and uses of the chassis components. Students participate in the discussion and explain the importance of various components.

Chassis assembly with various components, charts showing the assently.



11

ENGINE

Types of engine design



Teacher explains the types of engine design, e.g single cylinder, multi cylinder, unline and V-engine designs.

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ENGINE

Identification of main components of engine



Teacher lists main components of engine, lists parts of engine, shows and explains sketches of engine, showing details, and explains the importance of various components. Students visit a workshop to observe the various components of engines.

Complete engine chart and posters.



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AUTO MECHANIC WORK

SS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

TYPES OF ENGINE

Line diagrams of multi cylinder engines and explanation.




Teacher draws and explain line diagram of multi-cylinder engine. Students participate in the discussion.

Resources; Engine block of a multi-cylinder engine.

Charts and posters.


2

TYPES OF ENGINE

Types of cylinder liners e.g dry and wet.

Constructional details of cylinder liners.


Teacher illustrates and explains types of cylinder liners.

Differentiate between types of liners and state the advantages and disadvantages. Students identify different cylinder liners, and explain their differences.



3

TRANSMISSION SYSTEM

Transmission system layout (the engine, clutch, gearbox, universal joint, propeller shaft, rear axle and half shafts.



Teacher sketch and display the layout of transmission system, explain the components of transmission system.

Students identify and examine transmission layout, mention the components in sequential order.

Resources; Charts, transmission models, posters, live vehicle.


4

TRANSMISSION SYSTEM

Types of drive (front engine front wheel drive, rear engine rear wheel drive.)



Teacher explains types of engine and driving arrangements. Students observe different types of driving arrangements, identify the various types of vehicle and their driving arrangement. Resources; Posters, charts, live vehicles.

5

TRANSMISSION SYSTEM

Types of suspension system with their functions e.g laminated spring, coil, spring and fusion bar.



Teacher explain and illustrate the types of suspension system (laminated spring, coil spring, fusion bar, etc). list functions of suspension system.

Students observe and identify types of suspension system. Lists functions of suspension systems.

Resources; Suspension system components, charts, posters.


6

STEERING SYSTEM

Functions of steering

Components of steering system, e.g kingpin, steering column, stub axle, steering box.


Teacher explains the functions of steering, illustrate the components of steering. Students observe the components of steering system.

Resources; Steering system components, posters, charts.



7

STEERING SYSTEM

Types of steering boxes with their functions e.g raw and pinon cam and worm redrculating balls etc.



Differentiate between types of steering boxes. Students identify types of steering boxes.

Resources; Steering boxes, charts, posters.




8

ENGINE LUBRICATING AND COOLING SYSTEM

Friction, merits and demerits of friction.

Purpose of lubricating system e.g of passages, pump, filters etc.


Teacher explain friction with merits and demerits, explain reasons for lubricating system, demonstrate existence and uses of lubrication, show students types of lubricants, and areas of application. Students rub palms and explain why they become warm. Rub two surfaces on each other with oil and without oil, and note the differences.

9

ENGINE LUBRICATION AND COOLING SYSTEM

functions of cooling system



Teacher defines cooling system, and emphasize the need for cooling system. Students notice the effect of lack of water in running an engine.

Resources; Posters, charts.



10

COOLING SYSTEM

Types of cooling system,

Components of cooling system e.g radiator, water pump, hoses, cooling fan with passages.


Teacher lists and explains types of cooling system, demonstrate the cyculation of water in cooling system and state the role of the role of the system components. students mention in sequence, the function of the components of cooling system. Resources; Line vehicle, cooling system components, charts, posters.

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AUTO MECHANIC WORK

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

BRAKING SYSTEM

Basic concept of friction as applied to braking system



Teacher explains the importance of brakes and braking system in a motor vehicle. Students say what brake does with a moving vehicle.

Resources; Live vehicle, brake components.



2

BREAKING SYSTEM

Functions of braking system.

Drum brakes and disc brakes.


Teacher state the functions of braking system, list and explain types of brake i.e drum and disc. Students identify disc and drum brake, say where in a motor vehicle each type is mostly found.

Resources; Live vehicle, disc and drum.



3

BRAKING SYSTEM

Types and principle of operation of mechanical and hydraulic brake systems.



The teacher, with the aid of sketches, explains mechanically and hydraulically operated brakes. Students identify and distinguish mechanical and hydraulic brakes.

4

BRAKING SYSTEM Components of types of braking system e.g master cylinder, wheel cylinder, pipe lines, calipers, disc, shoes, pedal, linkages, actuating rods etc.

Teacher list and explain the hydraulic brake system, components and the mechanical braking components. Students differentiate components of hydraulic brake system, and mechanical brake system.

Resources; Live vehicle, components of bolt system of brakes, charts and posters.



5

BRAKING SYSTEM

Advantages and disadvantages of mechanical and hydraulic brake systems.



Teacher list and explain the advantages and disadvantages of the two types of brake systems. Students white brake has more advantages, and efficient operation.

Resources; Lesson plan, chart.



6

FUEL AND COMBUSTION

General layout of working principle of fuel system.



Teacher list and explain types of fuel e.g petrol, diesel, paraffin, etc.

Students examine the layout of the fuel system.

Resources; Fuel pump, fuel hose, fuel filter- live vehicle.





FUEL AND COMBUSTION

Components and part of fuel system and illustration e.g. fuel pump, carburetor, float, float chamber etc



Teacher illustrates the components and part of fuel system using sketches.

Students visit workshop to see a live vehicle and model fuel system layout.

Resources; Workshop, fuel system layout, live vehicle.


8

MANIFOLD

Functions of manifold, types of manifold e.g. inlet and exhaust manifold.



Teacher state and explain function of manifold- demonstrate how to remove and replace manifold. Students identify inlet and exhaust manifold, and say what each do.

Resources; Manifolds, charts, posters, live vehicle.



9

RIMS

Functions of RIMS

Types of RIMS

Sizes of RIMS

Removing and fixing of RIMS, tools used.


Teacher explains the function of RIM, illustrate types of RIM, remove and replace RIMS. Students identify types and sizes of RIMS, observe the dismantling and coupling of RIM. Resources; Alloy RIMS, press steel RIMS, chart and posters, RIM removing tools.

10

TYRES

Function of tyres, sizes of tyres e.g. tyre designation.



The teacher states the functions of tyres, list and explain types of tyre- tube and tubeless.

Students distinguish tube from tubeless tyre.

Resources; Tubeless tyre, tube tyre, lesson plan.


11

TYRES

Advantages and disadvantages of tube and tubeless tyres.



Teacher list and explain the advantages and disadvantages of tube and tubeless tyres.

Students identify the tyres, based of most efficient type.

Resources; Tube and tubeless tyre, lesson plan.


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UPHOLSTERY

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

DEFINITION OF UPHOLSTERY

  • Definition of upholstery

  • Characteristics of upholstery

  • Characteristics of upholstery articles

  • Description of an Upholstery.



Teacher defines upholstery with example from traditional styles, local made upholstery chairs for houses and offices.

Students show pictures of traditional and modern upholstery work.



2

HISTORY OF UPHOLSTERY

  • Origin of upholstery

  • Early upholstery

  • Upholstery styles.




Narrates the history of upholstery.

Describe upholstery styles.



3

CAREERS IN UPHOLSTERY

  • List special areas in upholstery .

  • Explain special areas in upholstery.

  • State the required skills for a special area in Upholstery.



Describe the special areas in upholstery.

Identify and invite two specialists in upholstery.



4

JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN UPHOLSTERY

  1. Types of job opportunities.

  1. Self-employment

  2. Industries

  3. Do it yourself




Identify job opportunities.

5

JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN UPHOLSTERY

Requirement for job opportunities.



Organize field trips to industries and private workshops.

6

SAFETY RULES AND REGULATION AND PRECAUTIONS

Safety rules e.g pertaining to clothing habits, hand tools etc



Explain the importance of safety in the workshop.

7

SAFETY RULES AND REGULATION AND PRECAUTIONS

Carrying, storing and using hand tools.

List safety precautions.


Emphasizes the need for observing safety rules and regulations and precautions.

8

BASIC UPHOLSTERY SAFETY

  • Sources of hazards e.g sharp tools, fabric, stuffing and padding particles, inflammable materials etc

  • Reduction of the effect of hazardous materials.

  • Safe use of hazardous tools and materials.

Explain the possible sources of hazards.

Allays students fears about upholstery hazards.

List the precautions to reduce the effects of hazardous tools and materials.

Demonstrate safe use of hazardous tools and materials.



9

UPHOLSTERY HAND TOOLS

-Types of upholstery hand tools.

-Identification of upholstery hand tools.

-Sketches of upholstery hand tools.



Show types of hand tools.

Describe each hand tools.

State the uses of hand tools.

Demonstrate the use of each hand tools.



10

UPHOLSTERY POWER TOOLS.

  • Definition of upholstery power tools.

  • Types of upholstery power tools.

  • Identification of upholstery power tools.

Display power tools.

Describe power tools with sketches.



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UPHOLSTERY POWER TOOLS

-Describe upholstery power tools.

-Explain safety precautions of upholstery power tools.

-Safe use of upholstery power tools.



State the uses of power tools.

Emphasizes safety precautions of power tools.

Demonstrate the correct and safe use of each power tools.


12

UPHOLSTERY MACHINES

Definition of upholstery machines.

Types of upholstery machines.


List upholstery machines.

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