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UPHOLSTERY

SS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

UPHOLSTERY MACHINES

  • Describe upholstery machines e.g sewing machine, ironing machine, foam cutting machine etc.

  • Functions of upholstery machines.

  • Maintenance of upholstery machines e.g corrective, predictive and preventive



Describe a given upholstery machine.

State functions of a given upholstery machines.



2

UPHOLSTERY MACHINES

-Safety precautions in the use of upholstery machines e.g ironing and sewing machine, foam cutting machine.

-Safe operation of upholstery machine.


State safety precautions of a given machine.

Operate each upholstery machine.



3

TYPES OF UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS

-Definition of upholstery materials.

-Classification of upholstery materials.


Explain the meaning of upholstery materials.

Classify upholstery materials.



4

TYPES OF UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS

-Description of upholstery materials.

-Application of upholstery materials.

-Uses of upholstery materials.



State practical application of upholstery materials.

5

TYPES OF UPHOLSTERY

Half and full holster



Explain the different types of upholstery.

6

TYPES OF UPHOLSTERY

Uses of upholstery work

Sketch simple upholstery work


Sketch simple upholstery work.

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PARTS OF UPHOLSTERY

Frame


Padding

Cover


Explain different types of upholstery parts.

Identify parts of a given upholstery work.



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PARTS OF UPHOLSTERY

Types of common materials for ;



  1. Frame; wood, metal, web, springs, cane etc

  2. Padding; foam, sisal, wood, grass etc.

  3. Covering; fabric, natural leather, synthetic leather, etc.




State common materials used for each parts.

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CONSTRUCTION OF SIMPLE UPHOLSTERY ARTICLE

Principles of upholstery construction.



Explain principles of upholstery construction.

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CONSTRUCTION OF SIMPLE UPHOLSTERY ARTICLE

Identification process of upholstery construction.



Explain process of upholstery construction.

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Examination

UPHOLSTERY

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

CONSTRUCTION OF A SIMPLE UPHOLSTERY ARTICLE

-Standard sizes of upholstery articles.

-Working drawing of upholstery article.

-Appropriate joints.



Explain and give standard sizes of upholstery article.

Produce working drawing.

Construct a given project using appropriate working drawing.


2

CONSTRUCTION OF A SIMPLE UPHOLSTERY ARTICLE

Demonstrate the drawing of a given project.

3

BASIC DRAWING PRINCIPLES, EQUIPMENTS AND MATERIALS.

  • Definition of basic drawing principle.

  • Types of drawing instruments.

  • Types of lines

  • Geometrical plane figures.

  • Geometrical solids.




Explain the application of drawing in upholstery design.

Explain geometrical plane figures and solids.

Demonstrate lines and their application.


4

PRESENTATION OF DRAWING

  • Types of drawing

  • Free-hand sketch

  • Orthographic projection

  • Pictorial drawings.

Explain different types of presentation.

5

PRESENTATION OF DRAWING

Describe method of presenting drawing.



Demonstrate the application of different presentations.

6

DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS.

-fundamentals of designs;

a. Appearance of design

b. functionality



Explain the basic design fundamentals.

Outlines characteristics of a good design.



7

STAGES IN UPHOLSTERY DESIGN

  • Conceptualization and problem identification.

  • Generation of alternative solutions

  • Selection of the best alternative.

  • Production of working drawing.



Explain the basic stages in upholstery design.

Demonstrate application of the basic stages to simple projects.



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INTRODUCTION TO UPHOLSTERY DESIGN PROCESS

State the uses of working drawings.



Explain the uses of working drawings.

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UPHOLSTERY DESIGN PROCESS

  • Preparation of cutting list

  • Basic estimates.



Demonstrate the preparation of cutting list and basic estimate.

10

UPHOLSTERY DESIGN PROCESS

Preparation of workshop rod and templates for simple upholstery projects.



Produce workshop rod and templates.

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Examination

Examination

PAINTING AND DECORATION

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

INTRODUCTION TO PAINTING, PICTORIAL PAINTING, PAINTING IN THE BUILDING TRADE;-

DEFINITION OF PAINTING, MATERIALS FOR PAINTING.

The teacher initiates discussion on painting, mention and discusses the two types of painting. He enumerates the materials like brushes, pencils, color, card board, paper etc

The students participate in the class discussion.



2

PAINTING (CONT)

Types of painting – pictorial painting, painting in building trade (decoration painting and spray painting). Tools and equipments in decoration and spray painting.



The teacher lists and explains the techniques in painting.

The students answer and ask questions, and copy notes.



3

COLOR MIXING AND MATCHING-;

COLOR STUDY;-

Classes of color; primary, secondary, tertiary and intermediate colors.

Properties of color; hues, tones, color intensity.


The teacher introduce the color by explanation.

Lists and discusses the different class of colors and demonstrates the mixing of colors and show them some examples like colors, palletes, brushes, color charts, flowers etc.

The students listen attentively and mention the colors.


4

COLOR MIXING AND MATCHING;-

Schemes—monochroms, analogues, colors, complimentary colors, contrasting colors, sources of colors, from local materials e.g cam-wood, indigo, ginger etc



The teacher explains and demonstrates the different colors scheme. The students mix the colors to get primary, secondary, tertiary and intermediate colors.

5

TECHNIQUES IN PAINTING;-

Techniques of pictorial painting, dry painting, wet painting, glezing, impasto, fresco, tempesa.



The teacher explains the six techniques in painting and gives examples. Examples of leasing materials- oil paints, brushes, crayon, water color, etc

The students participate in discussion of paints.



6

TECHNIQUES OF BUILDING PAINTING-

Flat, rag, volting, scrumbling or combining, blow lamp method, spraying.



The teacher explains five techniques of building paint. The students practice some of the painting techniques.

7

STILL LIFE/NATURE PAINTING-

Drawing/painting of still life compositions.



The teacher explains the use of light and shade in still life and nature composition. The teacher gives some teaching aids as pencils, card board, color, still life objects.

The students sketch simple still/nature objects, paints the composed objects.



8

TYPES OF DECORATION—

Body decoration;- meaning of decoration, origin of decoration, materials for decoration.



The teacher explains origin of body of decoration, techniques of decoration and show examples of decorated bodies.

9

TRADITIONAL/MODERN DECORATION;- USES OF BODY DECORATION, PRODUCTION OF DESIGNS FOR BODY DECORATION.

The teacher lists functions of body decoration and guides students in production in production of designs for body decoration. Students produce designs for body decoration.

10

WALL DECORATION;--

Meaning, materials, motifs and patterns, functions.



The teacher lists materials for wall decorations as chalk, board marker, prepared motifs for wall decoration.

The students write down points and develop motifs and patterns for wall decoration.



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WALL DECORATION (PRACTICAL) PRODUCTION OF DESIGNS FOR WALL DECORATION

The students produce designs suitable for wall decorations, and also design a section of wall in the school.

12

DECORATION FOR INTENSIVE PAPER DECORATION FOR FESTIVE OCCASION.

  1. Paper flower

  2. Paper chain

  3. Chrismas decoration and salah decoration

The teacher leads the discussion and gives examples of materials as cutting knife, gum paper, of different colors etc. Guides the students to construct various paper decoration. The students construct some paper decorations.

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Examination

Examination

PAINTING AND DECORATION

SS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

DESIGN- ELEMENT OF DESIGN-

Line, color, forum and space value texture.



The teacher defines designs and its elements while the students listen attentively.

Teaching aids are card board paper, pencil, ruler, etc



2

DESIGN (CONT)—principles of design/art also known as principles of organization, balance harmony, contrast, proposition, rhythm, repetition etc

Teacher explains and writes notes. The students copy the notes.

3

TEXTILE DESIGN—formation of motif, design unit of repeat pattern.

The teacher explains while the students listen attentively.

4

TEXTILE DESIGN—

Tubes, prints, leaf print, banana fond print etc



The students produce their print on paper using leaf/tuber with colors.

5

BOARDER DESIGN;-

Meaning o boarder design, motif for boarder design, modulation for boarder design.



The teacher explains the term motif, design unit and pattern. Guide the students to produce a boarder design.

6

PHOTO MONTAGE-;

Boarder designs and menting of photos in the middle of the boarder.



The students design their boarder and mount photo at the center.

7

LETTERING—

Pen lettering, block lettering, A-Z



The teacher explains the origin of lettering, introduces two types of lettering and also the characteristics of two types of lettering. The students define the term lettering.

Teaching aids are pencils, ruler, cardboard, letter set, etc



8

LETTERING;- TERMINOLOGIES;

Sesif, san sesif, calligraphy, fonts, open letter, etc



The teacher guides the students in constructing letters.

The students constructs letters A-Z.



9

FORMATION OF WORDS;

Use of block letters to form words.



The students form words with block letters.

10

CALLIGRAPHY—

Writing of poems with calligraphic style.






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CALLIGRAPHY (CONT)

Completion of the calligraphic writing.



The students use calligraphic writing to write poems.

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Examination

Examination

PAINTING AND DECORATION

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

POSTER DESIGN—

Introduction of what posters design is, characteristics of a good poster e.g legibility, spacing, boldness, simplicity.

Functions of a good poster design.


The teacher defines poster design and list characteristics of a good poster. Teaching aids include paper, pen, ink, brushes, color, etc the students pay attention to the lesson.

2

FUNCTIONS OF A GOOD POSTER;-

Simple poster design



The teacher discusses functions of a good poster and guides the students to make simple posters.

3

POSTER DESIGN (CONT)

PRACTICAL

The students make simple poster design of different purposes.

4

BOOK COVER/JACKETS DESIGN—

Introduction to book cover/jackets design.

Qualities of book/jacket cover designs.


Lead discussion on the book cover. List different parts of book cover and the materials such as card board paper, pencil, letter set, cutting knife etc.

Students participate in the discussion.



5

BOOK COVER DESIGN (CONT)—

Book cover i.e front, spine and back.

Functions of book cover, difference between book cover and jacket.


The teacher illustrates book/jacket cover on board. The students watch closely.

6

BOOK/JACKET COVER PRACTICAL

Students produce simple book/jacket cover as the teacher guides them.

7

GREETING CARDS—

Printed greeting cards and

Hand made greeting cards.


The teacher explains two types of greeting cards. Show the students different materials like cardboard, cutting knife, poster color, leaf, fond object etc

The students explain the uses of the various materials.



8

GREETING CARDS PRACTICAL—

Cards with leaf prints, and block prints or cards with found objects.



The teacher guides the students to make greeting cards with the found objects and display.

9

PROSPECT IN PAINTING.

PROSPECT IN PICTORIAL PAINTING

The teacher explains the various functions of painting.

Mention and explain the economic values of pictorial painting. The students contribute in the process.



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PROSPECT IN PAINTING.

PROSPECT IN BUILDING PAINTING.

e.g contracts in building painting fetches some huge money after the completion of the work.






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SAFETY REGULATION

-Handling of tools and machines, color, chemical preservation of tools.

-Safety measures.


The teacher explains the risk involved in the handling of tools, explains safety measures.

The students take down notes.



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