Agriculture Grade 7 CBC Free Schemes of Work

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Week LSN strand Sub-strand Specific Learning Outcomes Key Inquiry Question(s) Learning Experiences Learning Resources Assessment Methods Refl
1 1 AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY Importance of off-season cropping By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) discuss meaning of off-season cropping as a farming technique,

b) explain the importance of off-season cropping in Agriculture,

c) Develop curiosity in off season cropping techniques

How can we ensure a continuous supply of vegetables in farming?

 

Why should we practice off-season cropping in farming?

Learner is guided to:

• discuss the importance of off-season cropping and in a plenary share derived points such as continuous supply of food, regular income and high market value.

Video clips

Organic manure

Gardening tools

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 72-73

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.52

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

2 Importance of off-season cropping By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) discuss meaning of off-season cropping as a farming technique,

b) explain the importance of off-season cropping in Agriculture,

c) Develop curiosity in off season cropping techniques

How can we ensure a continuous supply of vegetables in farming?

 

Why should we practice off-season cropping in farming?

Learner is guided to:

• discuss the importance of off-season cropping and in a plenary share derived points such as continuous supply of food, regular income and high market value.

Video clips

Organic manure

Gardening tools

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 72-73

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.52

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

3 Technologies that support off-season cropping – drip irrigation By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) state the importance of off-season cropping in Agriculture,

b) choose appropriate technology to support off-season cropping,

c) Develop curiosity in off season cropping techniques

How can we ensure a continuous supply of vegetables in farming?

 

Why should we practice off-season cropping in farming?

Learner is guided to:

• search for information on applicable

technologies for off-season cropping such

as innovative drip irrigation and container gardening.

Video clips

Organic manure

Gardening tools

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 74-75

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.52-53

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

2 1 Container gardening By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) state the importance of off-season cropping in Agriculture,

b) choose appropriate technology to support off-season cropping,

c) Develop curiosity in off season cropping techniques

How can we ensure a continuous supply of vegetables in farming?

 

Why should we practice off-season cropping in farming?

Learner is guided to:

• search for information on applicable

technologies for off-season cropping such

as innovative drip irrigation and container gardening.

Video clips

Organic manure

Gardening tools

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 74-75

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.52-53

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

2 Techniques used in off-season cropping – succession planting By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) state the technology used to support off-season cropping,

b) describe appropriate

techniques used in offseason cropping,

c) Develop curiosity in off season cropping techniques

How can we ensure a continuous supply of vegetables in farming?

 

Why should we practice off-season cropping in farming?

Learner is guided to:

• discuss the off-season crop production techniques such as succession planting.

Video clips

Organic manure

Gardening tools

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 76-78

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.53-54

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

3 Staggered planting By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) state the technology used to support off-season cropping,

b) describe appropriate

techniques used in offseason cropping,

c) Develop curiosity in off season cropping techniques

How can we ensure a continuous supply of vegetables in farming?

 

Why should we practice off-season cropping in farming?

Learner is guided to:

• discuss the off-season crop production techniques such as staggered planting

Video clips

Organic manure

Gardening tools

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 76-78

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.53-54

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

3 1 Timed planting By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) state the technology used to support off-season cropping,

b) describe appropriate

techniques used in offseason cropping,

c) Develop curiosity in off season cropping techniques

How can we ensure a continuous supply of vegetables in farming?

 

Why should we practice off-season cropping in farming?

Learner is guided to:

• discuss the off-season crop production techniques such as timed planting

Video clips

Organic manure

Gardening tools

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 76-78

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.53-54

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

2 Importance of off-season cropping technique and technologies By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) define the term offseason

b) state the techniques used in offseason cropping,

c) appreciate the importance of offseason cropping techniques and technologies for food

security.

How can we ensure a continuous supply of vegetables in farming?

 

Why should we practice off-season cropping in farming?

Learner is guided to:

• discuss the importance of off-season crop

production techniques and technologies.

Video clips

Organic manure

Gardening tools

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 78-79

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.54-55

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

3 Framed Suspended Gardens

 

Off season crops suitable for container gardens By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) identify off-season crops suitable for suspended gardening,

b) observe pictures of various container gardens

c) appreciate the importance of container gardens

How can we innovatively grow crops in limited space?

 

How can we prepare a framed suspended garden?

 

Learners are guided to:

• identify suitable crops that meet the following criteria:

– Can be established on a suspended garden on framed structures sited in small spaces such as along the drive way, pathways or any other place in the school that receives regular visitors.

– Can enhance beauty.

– Can grow within a short period of time (not a perennial crop).

Locally available materials e.g. strings, wire, wood.

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 80-81

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.56-58

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

4 1 Selecting a site By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) identify off-season crops suitable for suspended gardening,

b) select suitable site for framed structure suspended garden,

c) appreciate the importance of container gardens

How can we innovatively grow crops in limited space?

 

How can we prepare a framed suspended garden?

Learners are guided to

• identify suitable site in the school compound to prepare framed

structures for suspended gardens.

Locally available materials e.g. strings, wire, wood.

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 81-82

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.58

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

2 Designing a framed structure for suspended garden By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) identify locally available materials for making container gardens,

b) design framed structure for

suspended gardens,

c) appreciate the importance of container gardens

How can we innovatively grow crops in limited space?

 

How can we prepare a framed suspended garden?

 

Learners are guided to

• source for materials (locally available

materials such as wires, wooden planks, metal bars and poles) to

construct framed suspended garden.

• design and sketch plans for framed

suspended gardens.

Locally available materials e.g. strings, wire, wood.

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 82

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.58

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

3 Constructing framed structures for suspended gardens By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) design framed structure for

suspended gardens,

b) construct framed structures for suspended gardens,

c) appreciate the importance of container gardens

How can we innovatively grow crops in limited space?

 

How can we prepare a framed suspended garden?

 

Learners are guided to

• assign themselves tasks towards construction of the framed structures,

establishment and management of selected off-season crops on the

suspended garden.

• carry out assigned tasks to construct the framed structures and establish selected off-season crops.

Locally available materials e.g. strings, wire, wood.

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 83-85

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.59

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

5 1 Constructing framed structures for suspended gardens By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) design framed structure for

suspended gardens,

b) construct framed structures for suspended gardens,

c) appreciate the importance of container gardens

How can we innovatively grow crops in limited space?

 

How can we prepare a framed suspended garden?

 

Learners are guided to

• assign themselves tasks towards construction of the framed structures,

establishment and management of selected off-season crops on the

suspended garden.

• carry out assigned tasks to construct the framed structures and establish selected off-season crops.

Locally available materials e.g. strings, wire, wood.

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 83-85

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.59

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

2 Constructing framed structures for suspended gardens By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) design framed structure for

suspended gardens,

b) construct framed structures for suspended gardens,

c) appreciate the importance of container gardens

How can we innovatively grow crops in limited space?

 

How can we prepare a framed suspended garden?

 

Learners are guided to

• assign themselves tasks towards construction of the framed structures,

establishment and management of selected off-season crops on the

suspended garden.

• carry out assigned tasks to construct the framed structures and establish selected off-season crops.

Locally available materials e.g. strings, wire, wood.

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 83-85

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.59

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

3 Constructing framed structures for suspended gardens By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) design framed structure for

suspended gardens,

b) construct framed structures for suspended gardens,

c) appreciate the importance of container gardens

How can we innovatively grow crops in limited space?

 

How can we prepare a framed suspended garden?

 

Learners are guided to

• assign themselves tasks towards construction of the framed structures,

establishment and management of selected off-season crops on the

suspended garden.

• carry out assigned tasks to construct the framed structures and establish selected off-season crops.

Locally available materials e.g. strings, wire, wood.

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 83-85

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.59

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

6 1 Establishing and managing off-season crops By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) Observe pictures of framed structures for suspended gardens,

b) establish and manage selected off-season crop on suspended gardens,

c) create educative messages on the framed suspended gardens

How can we innovatively grow crops in limited space?

 

How can we prepare a framed suspended garden?

 

Learners are guided to

• carry out relevant tasks to manage the off-season crop.

• create educative messages on the framed suspended gardens to pass to the school community.

Locally available materials e.g. strings, wire, wood.

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 85-88

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.59-61

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

2 Establishing and managing off-season crops By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) Observe pictures of framed structures for suspended gardens,

b) establish and manage selected off-season crop on suspended gardens,

c) create educative messages on the framed suspended gardens

How can we innovatively grow crops in limited space?

 

How can we prepare a framed suspended garden?

Learners are guided to

• carry out relevant tasks to manage the off-season crop.

• create educative messages on the framed suspended gardens to pass to the school community.

Locally available materials e.g. strings, wire, wood.

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 85-88

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.59-61

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

3 Value addition techniques Meaning By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) explain the meaning of

value addition in crop produce,

b) Observe pictures of crops that have been added value

c) Develop curiosity in adding value to crop produce

Why do we add value to crop produce?

 

How can we add value to crop produce?

 

Learner is guided to:

•use digital devices to search and share

information on meaning and examples of value addition in crop produce.

 

Crop produce

Utensils

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 89

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.61-63

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

7 1 Ways of adding value to crop produce By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) state the meaning of

value addition in crop produce,

b) examine ways of adding value on crop produce,

c) Develop curiosity in adding value to crop produce

Why do we add value to crop produce?

 

How can we add value to crop produce?

 

Learner is guided to:

•discuss ways of adding value to crop produce such as potatoes, mangoes, vegetables, cassava, groundnuts, simsim, sweet potatoes and pumpkins.

Crop produce

Utensils

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 90

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.63

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

2 Processing crop produce to add value (drying and roasting) By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) List ways of adding value on crop produce,

b) process a selected crop produce to add value,

c) Develop curiosity in adding value to crop produce

Why do we add value to crop produce?

 

How can we add value to crop produce?

 

Learner is guided to:

•process a provided sample of crop produce such as potatoes, mangoes, vegetables, cassava, groundnuts,

simsim, sweet potatoes and pumpkins to add value using appropriate methods like drying and frying.

•compare the processed crop produce with raw crop produce in terms of

monetary value and storage life.

Crop produce

Utensils

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 90-92

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.63

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

3 Processing crop produce to add value (packaging and extracting) By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) List ways of adding value on crop produce,

b) process a selected crop produce to add value,

c) Develop curiosity in adding value to crop produce

Learner is guided to:

•process a provided sample of crop produce such as potatoes, mangoes, vegetables, cassava, groundnuts,

simsim, sweet potatoes and pumpkins to add value using appropriate methods like drying and frying.

•compare the processed crop produce with raw crop produce in terms of

monetary value and storage life.

Crop produce

Utensils

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 90-92

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.63

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

8 1 Practical: adding value to crop produce By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) List ways of adding value on crop produce,

b) Practically process a selected crop produce to add value,

c) Develop curiosity in adding value to crop produce

Why do we add value to crop produce?

 

How can we add value to crop produce?

 

Practical activity: Learners to select a crop produce of their choice and process the produce for value addition using applicable technique. Crop produce

Utensils

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 92-94

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.63

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

2 Practical: adding value to crop produce By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) List ways of adding value on crop produce,

b) Practically process a selected crop produce to add value,

c) Develop curiosity in adding value to crop produce

Practical activity: Learners to select a crop produce of their choice and process the produce for value addition using applicable technique. Crop produce

Utensils

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 92-94

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.63

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

3 Importance of value addition on crop produce By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a) List ways of adding value on crop produce,

b) compare processed crop produce with raw produce,

c) appreciate the importance of value addition on crop produce.

Why do we add value to crop produce?

 

How can we add value to crop produce?

Learner is guided to:

 

Crop produce

Utensils

Spark Agric. Grd 7 Pb. -Pg. 95-96

 

Spark Agric. Grd 7 TG. Pg.64-65

Discussions

Demonstrations

Field visits

Projects

Written assessments

Oral assessment

Observation

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