Definition of GSM phone service providers
Workshop rules and regulations
Safety devices and equipment
Dressing code in the workshop
Accidents prevention techniques
First aid materials
Application of first aid materials
Definition of energy, the process of energy conversion e.g. electrical to chemical, gas to vapour
Nature of matter, i.e. solid, liquid, gas and vapour etc
Change of state of matter
Concept of temperature
Different type of thermometer e.g. gas, liquid, resistance and thermo couple etc.
Temperature scales, conversion e.g. F to C
Different types of pressure measuring devices e.g. barometer, monometer and their uses
Barometer and monometers as pressure measuring devices
Pressure measuring devices e.g. bourdon gauge
Layout diagrams of refrigeration system
Definition of refrigerants
Types of refrigerants
Chemical names and formulae of refrigerants
Properties of refrigerants
Uses of refrigerants
Types of compressor
Construction of compressors
Working principles of compressors
Types of evaporators
Construction of evaporators e.g direct expansion
Construction of evaporators e.g flooded expansion
Working principles of evaporators
Basic tools e.g. hark saw, spring bender, reamers, tube cutters etc.
Tools and procedures for servicing a window unit air condition
ii. Explain Farm Animal
iii. Economic importance of Farm Animals
iv. Scope of Animal Husbandary
ii. Teacher provides pictures/ videos of livestock farm.
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
ii. Students observe live farm animal and classify them.
- Digestive systems, Respiratory system, Nervous systems, Circulatory systems.
ii. Students identify the various organs.
ii. Students are to preserve animal specimens collected during their visit to abatTior.
ii. Definition of terms in livestock reproduction e.g. ovulation, oestrus cycle, heat period, mating, gestation, parturition, lactation.
ii. Teacher displays pictures & charts.
ii. Students to carry out incubation of eggs in the school farm.
ii. Sources and roles of male hormones e.g. testosterone/androgen.
ii. Detection of heat period
iii. Various signs of heat in female farm animal.
ii. Provides videos of farm animals in heat for students to watch.
ii. Observation of female animals in the school farm for pregnancy
iii. Detection of gestation period of goat, sheep, cattle, pig, rabbit etc.
ii. Students to monitor pregnant farm animals till parturition.
- Regular feeding
- Adequate feeding
- Steaming up
- Adequate body exercise
- Separation from male animals
- Provision of clean & adequate water
- Administration of drugs where necessary.
ii. Students to manage pregnant farm animals in the school farm
iii. Students to keep records of events from pregnancy to parturition.
ii. Students to submit their farm animal record book
ii. Students to visit established farm to witness parturition in farm animal
iii. Detection of signs of approaching parturition.
ii. Naval cord cutting
iii. Access to colostrums
ii. Students to participate in the care of the young farm animals.