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Meaning and Importance of home management.

  1. Meaning of home management.

  2. Importance of home management.

  3. Steps in home management, planning, organizing, importance and evaluating.

  1. Explain the meaning, importance and steps in home management.

Students ask and answer questions

  1. Instructional resources

  2. Pictures of home management in activities charts


Decision making

  1. Meaning of decision.

  2. Importance of decision making.

  3. Types of decision making

  4. Steps in decision making e.g. Personal decision, family decision etc

  1. Explain the meaning and importance of decision making.

  2. Lead students into discussion on types of decision.

  3. Listen attentively participate in discussion.

  4. Chart on steps in decision making and family decision.


Motivation for home management.

  1. Meaning of motivations for home management.

  2. Types of motivations for home management –goals, values, standards, needs, like and dislike.

  3. Relationship between goals, values and standard.

  4. Explanation and examples of each motivation for home management.

  1. Explain the meanings and types of motivation for home management.

  2. Guide students to identify and discuss the motivations for home management.

Students. I- Listen attentively to the teacher. II- Participate in discussion. III- Identify personal motivation for home management.

Instructional resources chart for the motivation for home management


Family Resources

  1. Meaning and importance of family resources

  2. Characteristics of resources

  3. Classification of resources-human, material and environment.

  1. Explain the meaning, characteristics, importance and classification of resources.

  2. Guide students in discussion of family resources.

Students: I- Listen to teacher’s explanation and ask questions. II- Participate in discussion.

Instructional materials: chart.


Family living

  1. Meaning, types of family-nuclear, polygamous, extended.

  2. Advantages and disadvantages of each type of family.

  1. Explain the meaning, types and roles of the family.

  2. Guide students’ discussion.

  3. Display pictures types of family.

Students. I- Listen to teacher’s explanations and ask questions. II- Participate in discussions.

Iii-Collect pictures of different types of family.

Instructional materials : Charts and pictures of different types of families.


Functions of family as a single unit.

  1. Functions of family as a single unit.

  2. Functions of each member of family e.g. father, mother and children

Charts and pictures

  1. Explain functions of family as a single unit.

  2. Guide student’s discussion.

  3. Display pictures of different types of families.

Students: I- Listen to teacher‘s explanation and ask questions.

II- Participate in discussion.

III-Collect pictures of different types of families.

-Learning materials: Charts and pictures of different types of families.


Family Relationships

  1. Meaning of family relationship.

  2. Types of relationships existing in the family- husband and wife, parents/child and sibling/sibling relationships

  1. Explain the different types of family relationships, factors affecting them and ways of enhancing them.

  2. Guide students discussion on family relationships

Students: I- Participate actively in classroom discussion. II- collect pictures showing different types of family relationships.

  1. Learning materials: charts and pictures of different types relationships in the family.


Factors influencing different types of relationships.

  1. Explain factors influencing family relationships.

  2. Ways of strengthening family.

  1. Explain factors affecting relationships and ways of enhancing them.

  2. Guide students’ discussion on family relationships.

Students: I- Participate in discussion on family relationships.

  1. Learning materials: charts.


Family Life Cycle

  1. Meaning of family life cycle.

  2. Stages of family life cycle-beginning, expanding, contracting.

  3. Characteristics and problems of each stage of family life cycle.

  1. Explain the various types family life cycle.

  2. Guide students’ discussion.

Students: Listen and ask questions.

  1. Learning materials: charts


Family Values

  1. Meaning of family values.

  2. Types of family values e.g. Education, shelter, foods etc.

  1. Explain the meaning and types of value.

  2. Explain the importance of values and how to teach values in the family.

Students: Participate in class discussion.

  1. Teaching materials: charts.


Family crises and conflicts

  1. Meaning of family crises

  2. Types of family crises-arrival of a new born baby, divorce, death etc

  3. Ways of handling family crises: meaning of conflict, causes and ways of resolving.

  1. Explain the various types of family crises.

  1. Teaching materials: charts and pictures showing family crises.


Family crises and conflicts

  1. Meaning of conflicts

  2. Causes of resolving conflicts.













Communication in the family

  1. Meaning of communication.

  2. Component of communication(procedures) healthy, respect etc

  3. Roles of communication in the family- expression of love, behavior, avoid stressful condition etc.

  4. Factors that hinder communication in the family.

  5. Ways of strengthening communication in the family and communication gadgets.

  6. Uses of ICT (information communication technology)

  7. Communication devices e.g. computer, G.S.M etc

  1. Explain the meaning, roles and components of communication in family-gives an assignment on internet use.

  2. Discuss on communication in the family.

Students: participate in discussion.

  1. Instructional resources: chart and communication on gadgets.


Food Nutrients

  1. Meaning of food nutrients

  2. Types of Nutrient

  3. Sources of nutrient

  4. Functions of Nutrients

  5. Deficiency of each Nutrients

  1. Teacher guides on discussions on types food nutrient.

Students answer questions.

  1. Charts, pictures, real objects.


Nutritional Needs of the family.

  1. Different group of people in the family.

  2. Characteristics of different groups in the family.

  3. Nutritional needs of the different groups in the family.

  4. Meal planning (meaning)

  5. Meaning of balance diet

  6. Factors influencing meal planning.

  7. Guidelines for meal planning and menu writing

  1. List different groups in the family.

  2. Explain the characteristics of different groups in the family.

  3. Explain importance of meal planning.

Students: answer and copy notes


Cooking equipment, utensils and table ware

  1. Meaning of utensils and cooking equipment

  2. Types of utensils and cooking equipments.

  3. Factors to consider when choosing / selecting cooking equipments, utensils and table ware.

  4. Uses and maintenance of cooking equipment, utensils and table ware.

  5. Cleaning of cooking equipment, utensil and table ware.

  6. Practical(cleaning of cooking equipment and utensils)

  1. Discussion on type, selection, uses and care of cooking equipment, utensils and table ware.

  2. Demonstration on cleaning of cooking equipment, utensil and table ware.

Students: participate in discussion and practical.

  1. Instructional resources: pictures of cooking equipment, utensil and table ware.

  2. Abrasive: scouring powder.


Cooking terms and techniques/ methods

  1. Cooking terms-dice, chop, shredding, blanching, filleting etc.

  2. Cooking methods- boiling, frying, stewing etc

  3. Advantages and disadvantages of each method.

  4. Guidelines for using various methods.

  5. Practical (preparation of simple dishes using different techniques/ method


Family Clothing

  1. Meaning of clothing, types and functions of clothing.

  2. Household linen-meaning, types (bed sheets, kitchen nap clean and table nap clean) etc

  3. Functions of household linen.

  4. Guidelines for choosing and selection of household linen.

  5. Textiles types and their origin.

  6. Characteristics or properties of different types of textiles.

  7. Practical test for identification of fibers

  1. Discuss on meaning, types and functions clothing.

Students: collect pictures of different types of clothing and make albums.

  1. Instructional resources: charts, real objects.


Fabric construction

  1. Methods of fabric construction (weaving), braiding, knitting and crocheting, felting.

  2. Practical to demonstrate skills in fabric construction

  3. Album showing different


  1. Discussion on fabric construction methods.

  2. Demonstrate how to

weave, knit and crochet.

Students: produce albums of different fabrics.

Instructional resources: charts, instruments and tools for production of different fabrics.


Wardrobe planning

  1. Meaning of wardrobe

planning, functions of wardrobe.

  1. Steps involved in wardrobe.

  2. Guidelines in the use of wardrobe

  3. Storage of clothing and household linen

  4. Reasons, storage facilities.

  5. Guidelines for storage of clothing.

  1. Discussion on functions of a wardrobe.

  2. Steps involved in planning a wardrobe.

Students : participate in the discussion.

-Ask questions on the topic.

Learning materials: pictures of wardrobe.


Family house

  1. Functional areas of a house – bedroom, sitting room, dinning room etc.

  2. Factors influencing the choice of a home.

  3. Factors influencing the designing of family house.

  4. Ways of securing a family house.

  5. Guidelines for choosing a family house.

  6. Types of house and importance.

  1. Discussion on family house.

Students: participate actively in the discussion.

Learning materials: picture, chart of different types of houses.


Setting up a home

  1. Differences between a house and a home.

  2. Types of furniture a fixture in different functional areas of a home.

  3. Guidelines for arranging fixtures and furniture in different functional areas.

  4. Arrangement of furniture and fixtures in different functional areas (practical).

  1. Explain what a home is and difference between a home and a house.

  2. Types of furniture and fixtures.

Students: listen attentively.

Learning materials: pictures showing different types of houses.


Consumer Education

  1. Meaning and importance of consumer education.

  2. Right of a consumer.

  3. Responsibilities of a consumer –Be informed, -Consume wisely, invest wisely.

– Creating awareness through giving information to others, - Protects their right (by alerting government agency of fake products they consume ).

  1. Explain meaning of consumer education.

  2. Discussion on the importance of consumer education.

Students: Ask and answer questions.

Learning materials: charts.







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