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WOOD WORK

SS 1 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

PERSONAL SAFETY PRECAUTION, PERSONAL SAFETY HABITS, E.G CLOTHING, ROLL UP SLEEVES ABOVE ELBOW, WEAR SHOES WITH STRING TOE CAP.

Show safety devices, demonstrate safe work habit.

Resources; posters and charts.



2

GENERAL WORKSHOP SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, WORKSHOP SAFETY HABITS, E.G WASHING OF HANDS BEFORE AND AFTER WORK.

Demonstrate safety habits, use correct safety devices, safety devices.

3

SAFETY DEVICES—HAND GLOVES, GOGGLES, OR EYE SHIELD, ETC.


Take students to the workshop, show and use correct devices. Resources; safety devices.

4

WEST AFRICAN TIMBER IN COMMON USES; e.g mahogahy, obeche, iroko, afara, agba, sapele etc.

Provide posters of wood samples, examine, identify, describe and name African timber.

Resources; posters, wood specimens.



5

STRUCTURE OF WOOD CELLS- SOURCES, CHARACTERISTICS AND USES

Describe timber characteristics, structure, growth and location/sources, describe timber growth and structure.

Resources; posters.



6

TIMBER CONVERSION, THREE METHODS USED—

(Through and through, tangential/flat, radial or fift sawing.



Take students to saw mill. students make observations, ask questions and take notes.

7

CHARACTERISTICS OF EACH METHOD OF CONVERSION AND COMMON MARKET SIZES

2x2x12, 1x12x12,

50mm x 50mm x360mm


Describe and illustrate method of conversion.

-Describe and make sketches.

Resources; posters, and charts


8

SEASONING OF TIMBER; REASONS AND METHODS OF SEASONING TIMBER (NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL METHODS)

Illustrate good stacking practices.

Students make observations, take notes and ask questions.

Resources; posters/charts.


9

DETERMINATION OF MOISTURE CONTENT THROUGH MOISTURE METHOD AND LABORATORY METHOD.

Methods of calculating percentage moisture content. Students determine and calculate moisture content.

Resources; hydrometer, oven/heater, steam vat.



10

PROPERTIES OF TIMBER; TYPES OF CELLS AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION.

Seasoning terms.

Students describe properties of timber.

Resources; hydrometer and steam vat


11

DEFECTS IN TIMBER;

DEFINE AND CLASSIFY THEM INTO ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL DEFECTS

Teacher display common timber defects.

Students sketch timber defects.

Resources; posters.


12

CAUSES OF COMMON TIMBER DEFECTS

Teacher display and describe common timber defects. Students sketch timber defects.

Resources; real objects.



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WOOD WORK

SS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

TIMBER PRESERVATION; reasons for preventing timber and state main types of preservation.

State reasons for preserving timber. Students take notes, ask and answer questions.

Resources; timber preservation.



2

COMMON TIMBER PRESERVATIVES;

List types of preservation.




Teacher lists common timber preservatives. Students use preservatives.

Resources; gloves, brush.



3

CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD TIMBER PRESERVATIVE AND METHODS OF APPLYING TIMBER PRESERVATION.

PRESSURE AND NON-PRESSURE METHOD


Teacher state characteristics of a good preservative.

Students apply timber preservatives.

Resources’ hand brush and gloves.


4

TIMBER PRODUCTS; PRODUCTION OF VENEERS AND MANUFACTURED BOARD.

Teacher display and list types of veneers, and manufactured boards. Students name different types of man-made boards and veneers.

Resources; real veneers.



5

USES OF VENEER AND MANUFACTURED BOARS, PRODUCTION OF VENEERS AND MAN-MADE BOARDS

Teacher describes production, uses, and characteristics of veneer and manufactured boards.

Students name and describe the types of man-made boards and veneers.

Resources; posters and charts.


6

STRUCTURE, PROPERTIES, ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF MANUFACTURES BOARDS.

Describe the structure, advantages and disadvantages of man-made boards.

Students name and describe the production, structure, advantages and disadvantages of man-made boards.

Resources; posters and charts.


7

HAND TOOLS; TYPES OF HAND TOOLS.

Teacher display, describe and state the use of each hand tool. Students identify and state the uses of each hand tools.

Resources; real specimens.




8

CLASSIFICATION OF HAND TOOLS AND IDENTIFICATION

Teacher classify the hand tools according to their use. Students sketch hand tools and label the parts.

Resources; real specimens.



9

USES OF HAND TOOLS (PRACTICAL WORK)

Teacher demonstrates correct use of hand tools. Students use hand tools correctly.

Resources; saws, planes, chisels, hammers etc



10

MAINTENANCE OF HAND TOOLS AND PRECAUTION WHILE USING THEM.

Teacher demonstrates how to clean hand tools. Each student participates in the maintenance of hand tools.

Resources; real specimens.



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WOOD WORK

SS1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

SPECIAL PURPOSE HAND TOOLS; IDENTIFICATION OF THESE SPECIAL PURPOSE HAND TOOLS

Teacher displays, describes and states the use of each special purpose tools.

Students state the use of each special purpose hand tools.

Resources; rebate plane, compass plane, coping saw, etc.


2

THE USE OF EACH SPECIAL PURPOSE HAND TOOLS CORRECTLY.


Teacher state the use of each special hand tools.

Students use special purpose hand tools correctly.

Resources; compass plane, robate plane etc


3

SELECT AND USE EACH SPECIAL PURPOSE HAND TOOLS CORRECTLY.


Teacher demonstrates correctly the use of coping saw. Students use special purpose hand tools correctly.

Resources; coping saw, rebate plane, shoulder plane.



4

PORTABLE POWER TOOLS;

IDENTIFY, NAME AND DESCRIBE PORTABLE POWER TOOLS.

Teacher displays each portable power tool.

Students identify each portable power tool.

Resources; portable power tools.


5

LIST ALL THE PORTABLE POWER TOOLS, E.G HAND DRILL, SPRAY GUN, JIG SAW, SANDER ETC

The teacher demonstrates correct use of each portable tools.

Students use portable tools correctly.

Resources; posters and charts.


6

WOOD WORKING MACHINES; IDENTIFY, NAME AND DESCRIBE VARIOUS WOOD WORKING MACHINE, CIRCULAR SAW, CROSS CUT SAW.

Take students to wood machine shop.

Students observe teacher’s demonstration.

Resources; machine appliances and devices.


7

SAFETY PRECAUTION IN THE USE OF MACHINES E.G CIRCULAR SAW, CROSS CUT SAW

Teacher demonstrates correctly, and safe use of each machine. Students use each machine safely.

Resources; diagrams.



8

SAFETY PRECAUTION IN THE USE OF MACHINES, E.G MORTISER, LATHE AND BAND SAW

Correct use of machines.

Students label machine parts, and state uses.

Resources; posters.


9

STATE THE USES OF EACH WOOD WORKING MACHINE

Teacher demonstrates the correct and safe use of each machine. Students label machine parts, and state their uses.

Resources; charts and posters.



10

PRACTICAL WORK ON THE USE OF WOOD WORKING MACHINES

Allow each student to participate on the machine. Students label machine parts.

Resources; wood and machines.



11

MAINTENANCE OF THE MACHINE PARTS

Teacher demonstrates how to clean the machine and grease it.

Students participate in the cleaning.

Resources; brush, grease, etc


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HOME MANAGEMENT

SS I FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONENT

ACTIVITIES

1-

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

2-

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.

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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



4-

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.



5-

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.



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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.




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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.




8-

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.




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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

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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.



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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.

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Family crises and conflicts

  1. Meaning of conflicts

  2. Causes of resolving conflicts.




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