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GSM MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS

SS1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Introduction to computer

  1. Definition of computer

  2. Types of computer (digital and analogue)

  1. Guide student to define a computer

  2. Identify the types of computer e.g. digital computer and analogue computer




2

Introduction to computer contd

  1. Hardware and software components of computers




  1. Identify the hardware and software components of a computer system

3

Introduction to internet

  1. Definition of internet

  2. Services and application of the internet




  1. Guide students to to define internet

  2. State the services / application of the internet

4

Browsing the internet

  1. Browsing brand websites

  2. Downloading the GSM repairs software, ring tones, video / audio files etc

  1. Demonstrate browsing the web with search engines

  2. Browse brand websites

  3. Demonstrate downloading of GSM repair software, ringtone, video/audio files etc




5

National and International carrier

  1. Definition of GSM carriers

  2. Difference between National and International carrier




  1. Guide students to define GSM carrier

  2. Differentiate between national and International carrier

6

National and International carrier

  1. List of National and international carriers with examples




  1. List national and International carriers

7

GSM Phone services Providers

Definition of GSM phone service providers




  1. Define GSM Phone service providers

8

Major GSM phone service providers

  1. List major service providers in Nigeria and their websites




  1. List major service provider in Nigeria and their websites

9 – 10

General troubleshooting, maintenance and repair

  1. General troubleshooting of GSM phones

  2. Basic maintenance of GSM phones

  3. Repairs in GSM Phone




  1. Students should identify basic components of GSM phones

  2. Identify fault when required

11 – 12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

examination

REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Safety in the workshop

Workshop rules and regulations



Explain the need for safety in the workshop while the students participate effectively

2

Safety in the workshop

Safety devices and equipment



Teacher demonstrates proper workshop dressing while the students demonstrates dressing code and observed rules and regulations

3

Safety in the workshop

Dressing code in the workshop



Teacher demonstrates proper workshop dressing while the students demonstrates dressing code and observed rules and regulations

4

Safety in the workshop

Accidents prevention techniques




Teacher explain ways of preventing accident in the workshop while students operates on safety devices and equipment

5

First aid

First aid materials



The teacher list and state the uses of first aid materials which the student demonstrate the application of first aid on accident victim

6

First aid

Application of first aid materials



The teacher list and state the uses of first aid materials which the student demonstrate the application of first aid on accident victim

7

Energy

Definition of energy, the process of energy conversion e.g. electrical to chemical, gas to vapour



Teacher to define energy, gives examples which the students note the forms and uses.

8

Nature of matter

Nature of matter, i.e. solid, liquid, gas and vapour etc



Teacher to list the states of matter while students participates actively in the discussion

9

Nature of matter

Change of state of matter



Teacher to explain how matter can change from one state to another e.g liquid to solid etc

10

Temperature and its measurement

Concept of temperature



Teacher explain the concept of temperature and students to define temperature

11

Temperature and its measurement

Different type of thermometer e.g. gas, liquid, resistance and thermo couple etc.




Teacher to state different unit of temperature, describe different types of thermometer and their applications

12

Temperature and its measurement

Temperature scales, conversion e.g. F to C



Teacher to illustrate conversion of one temperature scale while the students demonstrates

13

Revision and examination

Revision and examination



REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING

SS1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Pressure and its measurement

Concept pressure



Teacher to explain the concept pressure while the student define pressure and state the units.

2

Pressure and its measurement

Different types of pressure measuring devices e.g. barometer, monometer and their uses



Teacher to demonstrate how to measure pressure and how to interpret its values while the students identify various types of pressure measuring devices and their application

3

Pressure and its measurement

Barometer and monometers as pressure measuring devices



Teacher to demonstrate how to measure pressure and how to interprets its values while the students identify various types of pressure measuring devices and their application

4

Pressure and its measurement

Pressure measuring devices e.g. bourdon gauge



How to measure pressure and interpret its values

5

Pressure and its measurement

Pressure measurement



How to measure pressure and interprets its values

6

Introduction to refrigeration

Refrigeration cycle



  1. Evaporation

  2. Compression

  3. Condensation

  4. Expansion

The teacher to explain the refrigeration cycle and emphasis the sequence. While student’s lists the stages of the circle.

7

Introduction to refrigeration

Layout diagrams of refrigeration system



The teacher to draw and describe the layout diagrams of refrigeration systems for the students to do same

8

Refrigerants

Definition of refrigerants



The teacher to define refrigerants while the students are to note the difference

9

Refrigerants

Types of refrigerants



The teacher to explain types refrigerants while the students are to observe the different type

10

Refrigerant

Chemical names and formulae of refrigerants



The teacher to explain the various chemical names and formulae of different refrigerants

11 – 12

Revision and examination

Revision and examination

REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING

SS1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

Refrigerants

Properties of refrigerants



Teacher to explain the different types of refrigerants and their properties while students note the properties of refrigerants

2

Refrigerants

Uses of refrigerants



Teacher emphasize on different application of refrigerants while the students observe the application in a refrigeration work shop

3

Compressor

Types of compressor



Teacher list and describe different types of compressor while the students differentiate the types

4

Compressors

Construction of compressors



  1. Reciprocatory

  2. Centrifugal

The teacher draws and label different types of compressors identifying different components and how it works while students identify various components

5

Compressors

Construction of compressors



  1. Screw

  2. rotary

The teacher draws and label different types of compressors identifying different components and how it works while students identify various components

6

Compressors

Working principles of compressors



The teacher explains the operation of the students

7

Evaporators

Types of evaporators



The teacher list and differentiate types of evaporators.

8

Evaporators

Construction of evaporators e.g direct expansion



Teacher emphasizes different construction of evaporators e.g direct expansion type and its working principles.

9

Evaporators

Construction of evaporators e.g flooded expansion



Teacher emphasizes different construction of evaporators e.g flooded expansion type while students describe working principles.


10

Evaporators

Working principles of evaporators



The teacher draws and label evaporator assembly and explains its operation while the students identify its working principles.


11

Basic tools used in the refrigerator and air conditioning system

Basic tools e.g. hark saw, spring bender, reamers, tube cutters etc.




The teacher displays, draws and explain basic tools and demonstrates their uses while the students identify the use of the basic tools.

12

Servicing an Air conditioner

Tools and procedures for servicing a window unit air condition




The teacher identifies the tools and procedures in servicing an air conditioner.

13 – 14

Revision and Examination

Revision and Examination

ANIMAL HUSBANDERY SS1

SS 1 FIRST TERM


WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1.


Introduction to Animal Husbandary

i. Define Animal Husbandary

ii. Explain Farm Animal

iii. Economic importance of Farm Animals

iv. Scope of Animal Husbandary



i. The teacher leads the classroom discussion .

ii. Teacher provides pictures/ videos of livestock farm.




2.

Classification of farm animals

Classification based on Nutrition

i. Ruminants- (a) Big ruminant eg. Cattle

b. small ruminant eg. Sheep, goats.

ii. Non- Ruminant eg. Poultry, pig, rabbit, horses/ donkeys, snail, bees, grass cutter




i. The teacher displays live farm animals.

ii. Students observe live farm animal and classify them.



3.

Parts, organs and functions in farm animals

I. Parts and organs of farm animals

- Digestive systems, Respiratory system, Nervous systems, Circulatory systems.




i. The teacher dissects lives farm animals in the laboratory

ii. Students identify the various organs.



4.

Functions of parts/organs of farm animals

i. Functions of digestive system of ruminants
ii. Functions of digestive system of non-ruminants

i. The teacher dissects lives farm animals in the laboratory

ii. Students identify the various organs.




5

Functions of parts/organs of farm animals

i. Functions of respiratory system
ii. Functions of nervous system
iii. Functions of circulatory system


i. The teacher dissects lives farm animals in the laboratory

ii. Students identify the various organs.



6

Functions of parts/organs of farm animals

i. Functions of skeletal system
ii. Functions of reproductive system.



i. The teacher dissects lives farm animals in the laboratory

ii. Students identify the various organs.



7

Practical on organs of farm animals

i. Digestive system of poultry bird: non – ruminant
ii. Digestive system of goat and sheep: ruminant
iii. Preservation of vital organs in the laboratory


i. The teacher dissects lives farm animals in the laboratory

ii. Students identify the various organs.



8

Practical on organs of farm animals

i. Skeletal system of poultry
ii. Skeletal system of sheep, goat and cow

i. The teacher dissects lives farm animals in the laboratory

ii. Students identify the various organs.




9

Practical on organs of farm animals

i. Reproductive system of poultry (male and female)
ii. Reproductive system of ruminant e.g. goat and sheep (male and female)

i. Teacher dissects small ruminant and poultry to expose the internal organs for students to observe
ii. Students to visit abatiour to identify internal organs of farm animals


10

Practical on organs of farm animals

i. Skeletal system of snails
ii. Skeletal system of honey bee


i. Students to make collection of snails and preserve them in the laboratory


  1. Students to make a collection of honey bees and honey comb.



11

Practical on organs of farm animals

Visit to abatiour to identify internal organs of farm animals

i. Teacher demonstrates the preservation of farm animal organs in the laboratory

ii. Students are to preserve animal specimens collected during their visit to abatTior.




12

Revision

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

Examination



ANIMAL HUSBANDERY

SS I SECOND TERM


WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT


ACTIVITIES

1

LIVESTOCK REPRODUCTION

i. Explain the term livestock reproduction

ii. Definition of terms in livestock reproduction e.g. ovulation, oestrus cycle, heat period, mating, gestation, parturition, lactation.




i. Teacher guides the classroom discussion

ii. Teacher displays pictures & charts.



2

REPRODUCTION PROCESS OF LIVESTOCK

i. Reproduction process in ruminants e.g. cattle, sheep & goat.

i. Teacher guides the classroom discussion

ii. Teacher displays pictures & charts.




3

REPRODUCTION PROCESS OF LIVESTOCK

i. Reproduction process in poultry with emphasis on e.g. formation.

i. Teacher displays incubator for students to observe

ii. Students to carry out incubation of eggs in the school farm.




4

REPRODUCTIVE HORMONEYS

i. Sources and roles of female hormones e.g. oestrogen, progestene, relaxin, oxytocin.

ii. Sources and roles of male hormones e.g. testosterone/androgen.




i. Teacher guides the classroom discussion.

5

PRACTICAL ON LIVESTOCK REPRODUCTION

i. Lengths of oestrus cycle of cattle, goat, sheep, pig etc.

ii. Detection of heat period

iii. Various signs of heat in female farm animal.


i. The teacher displays live pregnant female farm animals for students to observe.

ii. Provides videos of farm animals in heat for students to watch.




6

PRACTICAL ON LIVESTOCK REPRODUCTION

i. Observation of female animals in the school farm for heat period

ii. Observation of female animals in the school farm for pregnancy

iii. Detection of gestation period of goat, sheep, cattle, pig, rabbit etc.


i. The teacher displays a live pregnant female farm animal for students to observe.

ii. Students to monitor pregnant farm animals till parturition.



7

MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF PREGNANT FARM ANIMALS

i. Management of Pregnant farm animal include:-

- Regular feeding

- Adequate feeding

- Steaming up

- Adequate body exercise

- Separation from male animals

- Provision of clean & adequate water

- Administration of drugs where necessary.





i. The teacher guides the classroom discussion

8.

PRACTICAL ON MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF PREGNANT FARM ANIMALS

i. Visit to an established and standard farm

ii. Students to manage pregnant farm animals in the school farm

iii. Students to keep records of events from pregnancy to parturition.


i. Teacher demonstrates the care of pregnant farm animal

ii. Students to submit their farm animal record book



9.

PRACTICAL ON PARTURITION

i. Teacher to provide videos of farm animal giving birth.

ii. Students to visit established farm to witness parturition in farm animal

iii. Detection of signs of approaching parturition.


i. Students to visit established farm to witness parturition in farm animals or watch a video of parturition in farm animal

10.

CARE OF THE YOUNG ANIMAL IMMEDIATELY AFTER BIRTH

i. Foetus expulsion/cleaning up

ii. Naval cord cutting

iii. Access to colostrums

iv. Lactation



i. The teacher demonstrates the care of the young farm animal immediately after birth.

ii. Students to participate in the care of the young farm animals.




11

Revision

Revision

Revision

12

Examination

Examination

Examination


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