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PRINTING CRAFT

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

INTRODUCTION TO PRINTING

-Definition and types of printing, e.g. yam, potato, leaf, wood, lino-cut, and mechanical printing.




Teacher explain the origin of print and method, yam, potato, leaf, wood etc printing.

Students apply any of these medium in printing.



2

INTRODUCTION TO PRINTING CONT.

-Art of printing and importance of printing.




Teacher explain the origin of print and method, yam, potato, leaf, wood etc printing.

Students apply any of these medium in printing.



3

ORIGIN OF PRINTING

-Chinese wood block printing.

1200BC—700BC


Teacher explains the origin of printing to students, discusses the Chinese wood block printing using pictures, compares the wood block printing with relief printing.

Students listen to the explanation on the origin of printing, participate in the Chinese wood block printing, ask and answer questions.



4

HISTORY OF PRINTING IN NIGERIA

Introduction to printing in Nigeria by early missionaries—hope waddle, townsend etc



Teacher discuss printing in Nigeria with reference to; survey press, government press, railway press, daily press, printing press. Students write an essay on the history of printing in Nigeria, state the copy right law.

5

HISTORY OF PRINTING IN NIGERIA (CONT)

Development of printing in Nigeria (1846-1960).

-The copy right law.


Teacher explain the origin of printing to students.

Students listen to the explanation and participate in discussion, ask and answer questions.



6

CRAFTS

-Definition and types of craft e.g carving/design on yam, potato, wood, screen printing etc.



Teacher explain craft in relation to printing.

Students listen to explanation, ask and answer questions.



7

PRINTING--- EDUCATION AND CAREER IN PRINTING

-Career in printing

-Lithographes

-Machine menders/operators

-Printing supervisor/managers


Teacher discusses lucrative careers in printing industry.

Students discuss your future career in the profession.



8

PRINTING--- EDUCATION AND CAREER IN PRINTING (CONT)

-Advertising and publishing executives.

-Graphics artist

-Camera men/women

-Proof


Teacher discusses lucrative careers in printing industry.

Students discuss your future career in the profession.



9

PRINTING--- EDUCATION AND CAREER IN PRINTING (CONT)

Estimators

Sales of manager.


Teacher discusses lucrative careers in printing industry.

Students discuss your future career in the profession.



10

STENCILS

-Making of a stencil and cutting.




Teacher demonstrates on how to prepare and cut stencils.

Students participate along with the teacher.



11-12

PROJECTS

Production of banner with school name and logo.



Teacher produces hand-made stencils with card board.

Students produce a stencil with the block out method.



13

Revision

Revision

14

Examination

Examination

PRINTING CRAFT

SS1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

PRINTING PROCESSES

Letter press/relief printing.

Offset/lithographic/panographic.


Teacher explains printing processes and their functions, displays some of the materials and tools.

Students discuss printing processes and their functions, identify some of the tools/materials.



2

PRINTING PROCESSES (CONT)

  • Gravure/intaglio printing

  • Screen/stencil printing

  • Flexography




Teacher explains printing processes and their functions, displays some of the materials and tools.

Students discuss printing processes and their functions, identify some of the tools/materials.



3

PRINTING PROCESSES (CONT)

  • Functions of each process

  • Materials, tools, and equipments commonly used.

Teacher explains printing processes and their functions, displays some of the materials and tools.

Students discuss printing processes and their functions, identify some of the tools/materials.



4

TECHNICAL WORKSHOP IN PRINTING INDUSTRY.

Types of technical workshop in the printing industry;



  1. Computer room

  2. Image-origination/composing

  3. Lithographic- darkroom.




Teacher discusses the type setting workshops in the printing industry showing picture of each section or room.

Students differentiate among the four types of technical workshop, stating what is done in each room.



5

TECHNICAL WORKSHOP IN PRINTING INDUSTRY (CONT)

  • Machine room/types of machine

  • Binding/finishing room




Teacher discusses the type setting workshops in the printing industry showing picture of each section or room.

Students differentiate among the four types of technical workshop, stating what is done in each room.



6

PRINT MAKING

Definition

Types of print making e.g. relief, screen, intaglio, planography.


Teacher briefly describes each printing process, facilitates students discussion on each process, displays some materials/tools commonly used, ask and answer questions on printing.

Students discuss printing process and the functions of each process, among a mixture of tools, identify tools commonly used.



7

RELIEF PRINTING WITHOUT A PRESS MATERIAL/MACHINE

Leaf, wood, lino-cut, yam, potato, rubber etc



Teacher demonstrates on how to prepare and print using leaf, yam, etc

Students participate along with the teacher.



8

EXCURSION TO PRINTING PRESS

Visit a nearby printing press (industry)



Teacher leads them to a press.

Students writes reports of their experience.



9-10

PROJECT

-Make a wooden frame

-Steple, apply gum (evostic) a mesh, silk on the frame

-Design a sticker.



Teacher demonstrates on how to prepare and mount a mesh on frame.

Students participate along with the teacher.



11

Revision

Revision

12

Examination

Examination

PRINTING CRAFT

SS1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

SAFETY IN THE WORKSHOP

-Safety precautions to be taken in technical workshop.

-Installation of air-condition.

-Electricals should not be exposed.

-All lights/switches should be put off at the close of work.


Teacher explains safety precaution in various workshops.

Students discuss in groups.



2

SAFETY IN HOT METAL COMPOSING ROOM.

-Avoid contact with lead particles.

-Handle the composing equipments with care.


Teacher explains safety precaution in various workshops.

Students adhere to the whole precautions.



3

SAFETY IN DARK ROOM

-Operators should master the layout of the darkroom.

-No electrical cable should be exposed to prevent electrocution.

-Operators.

-No pointed objects should be installed in the darkroom etc


Teacher explains safety precaution in various workshops.

Students adhere to the whole precautions.



4

SAFETY IN THE MACHINE ROOM

  • Only authorized persons should be allowed in the machine.

  • Dress code; avoid wearing long sleeves, rings, etc while operating the machine.

  • Safety device instruction; safety devices on the machine must be applied before use etc

Teacher explains safety precaution in various workshops.

Students adhere to the whole precautions.



5

SAFETY IN THE BINDING AND FINISHING WORKSHOP

  • Major uses of guillotine

  • Playing with objects

  • First aid box

  • Fire extinguisher and smoke detector

  • Good ventilation

  • Efficient disposal of ink container.




Teacher explains safety precautions in various workshops.

Students adhere to the whole precautions provided.



6

MAINTENANCE OF MACHINES, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENTS IN PRINTING WORKSHOP

-Name the equipments/tools in printing workshop.

-Name the maintenance procedures in the printing workshop.


Teacher discusses the maintenance procedures in printing workshop.

Students state the maintenance procedures in a printing workshop.



7

HAND COMPOSITION

-Tools/equipments and facilities for hand composition.

-Techniques, terminologies and principles in hand composition.

-Types of alloy- type face.



Teacher intimates students with safety rules in a hand composing workshop, explains the principles of composition, terminologies, the rudimentary processes of foundry metal hand, composition from the time of Gutenberg, briefly narrates the history of type.

Students observe the safety precautions in the hand composition workshop, define foundry metal composition, identify type face structures and label them, list the constituents of type alloys and explain the percentages of each metal to durable type, list different type face for composition.



8

DESIGN FOR PRINTING

Application of elements of art/design and principles of art/design in printing.




Teacher explains the concept of designs, lists the elements of design, lists the instruments for design and explain their uses, demonstrates the layout of a good design, evaluates students’ design.

Students discuss the concept of design, carry out simple design of complementary cards and letter-heads.



9

BOOK BINDING; A PRINT FINISHING

-Stages in book and print finishing.

-Types of binding e.g pamphlets, padding, edition case, spiral, loose sheet bindings.


Teacher familiarizes students with book binding and finishing processes, takes students on excursion to a bindary.

Students demonstrate book binding and prints finishing through cutting and folding of paper, stitching and sewing, display your finished book.



10

BINDING MATERIALS/TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTS

Materials for book binding

Tools and equipments for book binding.


Teacher displays some materials, tools and equipments for book binding and print finishing.

Students identify the materials, tools and equipments on display.



11

PROJECT

Simple book binding.



Teacher demonstrates on how to prepare a simple book binding-padding.

Students participate along with the teacher.



12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

GSM MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS

SS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITY

1

Principles of AC and DC quantities

The principle of AC and DC quantities




Explain the principle of AC and DC quantities

2

The principles of AC and DC quantities

Difference between AC and DC quantities




Differentiate accurately between AC and DC quantities

3

Simple Electric Circuits

  1. Ohms law

  2. Definition of terms

  1. Current

  2. Voltage

  3. Resistance

  4. Power




  1. State ohm’s law

  2. Define the following terms

Current, voltage, resistance and power.

4

The simple Electric Circuits II

  1. Uses of resistors, capacitors and inductors

  2. Colour coding of carbon resistors.




  1. State the uses of resistors, capacitors, inductors and transformer

  2. Identify colour coding of carbon resistors

5

Common Electronic devices

Definition of terms: diode, transistors, integrated circuits (IC)

Uses of diode, transistors, Integrated circuits (IC)


  1. Define the terms ; diode, transistors, Integrated Circuits (IC)

  2. Mention the uses of diode in a circuits.

6

Common electronics devices II

Differentiate btw digital and analogue ICs



Pin numbering and lay out of ICs


  1. State the differences btw the digital and analogue ICs

  2. Show the Pin numbering and layout system of ICs

7

Electronics signs and symbols

  1. Types of electronic diagram

  2. Types of electronic sign and symbols

  1. Draw different types of electronic diagrams

  2. Identify different types of electronics signs and symbol

8

Power supply and amplifiers

  1. Constructional features of power supply.

  2. Uses of a power supply




  1. Guide students to construct simple power supply circuit

  2. Describe the uses of a power supply

9

The power supply and amplifiers

  1. Definition of a amplifier

  2. Types of amplifier

  3. Uses of amplifier




  1. Define a amplifier

  2. Identify different types of amplifiers

  3. State the uses of amplifiers




10

Measuring instrument

  1. Types of electronics measuring instruments

  2. Different btw analogue and digital multi meter

  3. Uses of electronics measuring instrument

  1. State different types of electronics measuring instruments

  2. State the different btw analogue and digital multi meter

  3. Demonstrate the uses of the instrument for test electronics components and circuits




11

Practical

General practical

12 - 13

Revisions and examination

Examination

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