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FORM 1 AGRICULTURE SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 1-3 IN PDF

REFERENCES:

  1. Longhorn Secondary Agriculture Book
  2. Top mark Agriculture
  3. Certificate Agriculture Book
  4. Gateway Agriculture revision
  5. KLB Secondary Agriculture
  6. Teacher’s Guide

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LSN

 

 

TOPIC

 

 

SUB-TOPIC

SUB-TOPICS

 

OBJECTIVES

 

L/ACTIVITIES

 

L/T AIDS

 

REFERENCE

 

REMARKS

 

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

Introduction to Agriculture

 

 

Definition and branches of Agriculture

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Define Agriculture

State main branches of Agriculture

 

Definition of Agriculture

Giving examples

Use of questions and answers

Note taking

 

Charts

Tree diagrams

Students book

Chalk board

handouts

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 1-3

Certificate Agriculture F1 pg 1-3Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 1-5

Teachers guide pg 37

   

2-3

 

Introduction to Agriculture

 

Crop farming

Livestock farming

Agricultural economics and engineering

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

State various types of crop and animal farming

Describe various types of crop and animal farming

Explain agricultural economics and engineering

 

Giving descriptions of crops and animals

Explanations

Note taking

 

Photographs

Charts

Students book

Chalk board

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 3-5

Certificate F1 Agriculture pg 3

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 2-6

Teachers guide pg 37

Golden tips KCSE Agriculture pg 5-6

 

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1

 

Introduction to Agriculture

 

Systems of farming

Extensive

Intensive

Small scale

Large scale

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

State and describe farming systems

State and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each system

 

Asking questions

Answering questions

Describing farming systems

Stating advantages and disadvantages of each

Note taking

 

Student’s book

Charts

Diagrams

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 5

Certificate F1 pg 5-7

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 6-9

Teachers guide pg 38

Golden tips KCSE Agriculture pg 6-7

Top mark Revision pg 3

   

2-3

 

Introduction to Agriculture

 

Methods of faming

Mixed

Nomadic

Shifting

Organic

agro forestry

 

By the end of the lesson ,the learner should be able to

identify various methods of farming

explain the various methods

 

explanations of the methods

identification of methods

note taking

 

photographs

livestock product

charts

chalkboard

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 6-8

Certificate F1 pg 7-10

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 9-12

Teachers guide pg 395

 

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1

 

Introduction to Agriculture

 

Role of Agriculture in the economy

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

State and explain the roles of agriculture in economy

 

Explaining the roles of Agriculture in the economy

Appreciating the importance of Agriculture

Note taking

 

Raw Materials

Flow charts

Specimen on produce

Industrial goods

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 8-9

Certificate F1 pg 3-4 Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 9-12

Teachers guide pg 39

   

2-3

 

Factors influencing agriculture

 

Human factors

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

State and explain human factors influencing agriculture

 

Explaining the human factors influencing agriculture

 

Charts with HIV data

Photographs on means of transport

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 11-15

Certificate F1 pg 11-12

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 16-21

 

 

7

 

1

 

Climatic factors

 

Factors influencing Agriculture

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify and explain the biotic factors influencing agriculture

 

Explaining the biotic factors

Identify the factors

 

Weather

Station equipment

Maps in students books

Maps showing rainfall distribution

 

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 16-17

Certificate F1 pg 20

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 21-24

   

2-3

 

Factors influencing Agriculture

 

Climatic factors

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

State climatic factors

Describe how climatic factors influence Agriculture

 

Stating climatic factors

Describing how climatic factors influence agriculture

 

Weather

Station equipment

Maps in students books

Maps showing rainfall distribution

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 18-21

Certificate F1 pg 13-129

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 24-32

Teachers guide pg 46

 

8

 

1

 

Factors influencing Agriculture

 

Edaphic Factors

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Define soil

Describe soil formation processes

 

Defining soil

Describing soil formation processes

 

Soil samples

Diagrams in students book

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 22-29

Certificate F1 pg 21-26

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 33-38

Teachers guide pg 47

Top mark Revision pg 9-10

   

2-3

 

Factors influencing Agriculture

 

Soil profile

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to describe the soil profile

Explain its influence on crop production

 

Describing soil profile

Explaining its influence on crop production

 

Diagrams in students books

Excavated areas charts showing soil profile

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 22-29

Certificate F1 pg 21-26

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 33-38

 

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1

 

Factors influencing Agriculture

 

Soil constituents

Mineral & organic matter

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Determine soil constituents

State the importance of each constituents

 

Determining soil constituents

Stating the importance of soil constituents

 

Sieves

Soil samples

Lens

Diagrams and apparatus in students book

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 32-33

Certificate F1 pg 29-34

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 40-49

   

2-3

 

Factors influencing Agriculture

 

Soil constituents

Organic matter

Air

Water

Living organisms

 

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to

Determine soil constituents

State the importance of each constituents

 

Determining soil constituents

Stating the importance of soil constituents

 

Sieves

Soil samples

Lens

Diagrams and apparatus in students book

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 32-33

Certificate F1 pg 29-34

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 40-49

Teachers guide pg 49

 

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1

 

Factors influencing Agriculture

 

Physical properties of soil

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Classify soil according to structure

 

Classify soil according to structure

 

Soil samples

Diagrams in the students book

School farm

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 43-45

Certificate F1 pg 40-42

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 49-53

   

2-3

 

Factors influencing Agriculture

 

Physical properties of soil

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Classify soil according to texture and colour

 

Classifying soil according to texture and colour

 

Soil samples

Diagrams in the students book

School farm

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 46-54

Certificate F1 pg 35-39

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 53-59

Revision paper 1 pg 17-19

Top mark Revision pg 13-14

 

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1

 

Factors influencing Agriculture

 

Influencing of physical and chemical properties of soil on crop production

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Explain the chemical properties of soil

 

Explain  the chemical properties of soil

 

PH Meter

PH Papers

Diagrams

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 55-56

Certificate F1 pg 43-45

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 59-60

Teachers guide pg 474

   

2-3

 

Factors influencing Agriculture

 

Influence of physical and chemical properties of soil on crop production

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Explain the effects of PH on mineral availability Relate crop and animal distribution to chemical and physical properties of soil

 

Explain the effects of soil PH relating crop and animal distribution on soil properties

 

Charts on PH

Distribution maps for crops and livestock in Kenya School

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 56-57

Certificate F1 pg 45-47

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 53-60

Teachers guide pg 47

Gateway secondary Revision paper 1 pg 17-20

Top mark Revision pg 13-14

12

13

  TOPICAL REVISION
14   END OF TERM ONE EXAMINATIONS
15   MARKING AND CLOSING

 

 

AGRICULTURE SCHEMES OF WORK

FORM ONE 2012

TERM II

 

 

 

 

 

REFERENCES:

  1. Longhorn Secondary Agriculture Book
  2. Top mark Agriculture
  3. Certificate Agriculture Book
  4. Gateway Agriculture revision
  5. KLB Secondary Agriculture
  6. Teacher’s Guide

 

 

WK

LSN

 

 

TOPIC

 

 

SUB-TOPIC

 

 

 

OBJECTIVES

 

L/ACTIVITIES

 

L/T AIDS

 

REFERENCE

 

REMARKS

 

1

 

1-2

 

Farm tools and Equipment

 

Garden and equipment

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify various garden tools and equipments

Draw various garden  tools and equipments

Name the garden tools and equipments various parts

 

Identifying tools and demonstrating their use

Draw the garden tools and equipments

Name various parts

 

Garden tools and equipments

Diagrams in students books

photographs

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 59-62

Certificate F1 pg 49-54

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 63-67

Teachers guide pg 52-54

Gateway secondary Revision paper 2 pg 90-99

   

3

 

Farm tools and Equipment

 

Garden tools and equipment

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

State the use of various tools

Carry out maintenance practices on tools and equipments

 

State the use of tools

Practicing

Maintenance of tools and equipments

 

Photographs of tools

Diagrams in students book

School farm

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 59-62

Certificate F1 pg 49-56

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 63-67

Teachers guide pg 52-54

Gateway secondary Revision paper 2 pg 90-99

 

2

 

1-3

 

Farm tools and Equipments

 

Workshop tools and equipment

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify workshop tools and equipment

Name various parts

State the use of various tools

Carry out maintain ace practices on workshop tools and equipment

 

Identifying tool

Demonstrating their use

Drawing the tools

Labeling the parts

Practicing maintenance of tools and equipment

 

Workshop tools

Diagrams in students text books

School store

School farm

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 75-93

Certificate F1 pg 59-71

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 84-101

Teachers guide pg 52-54

Gateway secondary Revision paper 2 pg 107-117

 

3

 

1-3

 

Farm tools and Equipment

 

Livestock production tools

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

Identify livestock production tools

Draw various livestock production tools

Name various parts of the tools

State the use of the various tools

Carry out maintenance practices on livestock production tools

 

Drawing tools

Labeling

Demonstrating their use

Identifying the tools

Practicing maintenance practices

 

Livestock

Diagrams on students book

Livestock store

School farm

 

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 63-74

Certificate F1 pg 54-59

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 74-84

Teachers guide pg 52-54

Gateway secondary Revision paper 2 pg 100-106

 

 

4

 

1-3

 

Farm tools and Equipment

 

Plumbing and masonry tools and equipment

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify plumbing and masonry tools and equipment

Name parts of various plumbing and masonry tools and equipment

Draw the various plumbing and masonry tools and equipment

State the use of various plumbing and masonry tools and equipment

Carry out maintenance practices on plumbing and masonry tools and equipment

 

Naming parts of tools

Drawing various tools

Stating the use of the tools

Carrying out maintenance practices

 

School workshop

Drawing in the students book

Plumbing and masonry tools

 

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 99-102

Certificate F1 pg 72-75

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 97-101

Teachers guide pg 52-54

Gateway secondary Revision paper 2 pg 116-117

 

 

5

 

1

 

Land Preparation (Crop production 1)

 

Definition and importance of land preparation

Land clearing

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Define land preparation

Explain importance of land preparation

Describing land clearing

 

Defining and preparation

Explaining the importance of land preparation

Describing land clearing

 

School farms

Panga

Slashers

digging

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 104-105

Certificate F1 pg 77-78

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 103-105

Teachers guide pg 56-57

Top mark Agric pg 28

   

2-3

 

Land Preparation

 

Primary cultivation

Secondary Cultivation

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Define primary and secondary cultivation

Explain how each is carried out and importance

Discuss the choice of correct tool and equipment for each operation

 

Defining terms

Explain how each is carried out

Discussion the correct choice of tools and equipment

 

School farms

Jembes

Diagrams in students books

pangas

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 106-110

Certificate F1 pg 79-84

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 105-109

Teachers guide pg 58-59

Gateway secondary Revision

 

 

 

6

 

1

 

Land Preparation

 

Tertiary Operation

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify tools used in tertiary operations

Explain how each of the operation is done

State the importance of the operation

 

Discussion

Identifying the tools

Explaining how operation is done

 

Drawing in the students book

Photographs of tools used

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 110-113

Certificate F1 pg 85-87

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 109-111

Teachers guide pg 59

   

2-3

 

Land Preparation

 

Minimum tillage

Meaning

Importance

practices

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Define minimum tillage

Explain how it is done

State the importance

List the practices involved in minimum tillage

 

Defining minimum tillage

Explaining how it is done

Stating the importance

Listing practices involved

 

School farm

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 112-113

Certificate F1 pg 85-86

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 112

Teachers guide pg 57-59

 

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1

 

Water supply irrigation and drainage

 

Water supply

Source

importance

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Describe the various sources of water in the farm

State the importance in the farm

 

Describing sources of water

Stating the importance of water in the farm

 

Drawing in student book

Photographs of dam, boreholes

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 120-126

Certificate F1 pg 94-100

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 116-121

   

2-3

 

Water Supply Irrigation and drainage

 

Water collection storage of water

Pumping of water

Conveyance of water

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Describe collection, pumping and conveyance of water

 

Describing collecting, pumping and conveyance of water

 

Pipes

Pumps

Tanks

Water treatment plant

Diagrams in students book

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 120-126

Certificate F1 pg 94-100 Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 116-121

 

8

 

1

 

Water Supply irrigation and drainage

 

Water treatment methods and importance

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

State methods of water treatment

Describe the method

State the importance of water treatment

 

Stating the methods of water treatment

Describing the methods

Stating importance of water

 

Charts

Water treatment plants

Diagrams in the student book

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 126-129

Certificate F1 pg 98-100

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 121-125

   

2-3

 

Irrigation

Definition

Importance

methods

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

define irrigation

state the importance of irrigation

 

charts

school farm

students book

photographs

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 129-130

Certificate F1 pg 101-103

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 125-129

 

9

 

1

 

Water supply, irrigation and drainage

 

Methods of irrigation surface/basin irrigation

Overhead irrigation

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Describe surface and overhead irrigation

 

 

Describing surface and overhead irrigation

 

School farm

Drawings in students book

Photographs, sprinklers and spades

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 130-131,134

Certificate F1 pg 104-106

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 128-130

Teachers guide pg 62-63

   

2-3

 

Water supply, irrigation and drainage

 

Methods of irrigation

Drip irrigation

Sub-surface

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Describe drip and sub-surface irrigation

 

Describe both drip and sub-surface irrigation

 

School farm

Drawings in the students book

Photographs

Bottles

pipes

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 132-134

Certificate F1 pg 107-108

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 131-133

 

10

 

1

 

Water supply and irrigation and drainage

 

Drainage

Definition

Importance

Causes of poor drainage

 

By the end of the lesson , the learner should be able to

Define drainage

Explain the importance of drainage

Describe causes of poor drainage

 

Defining drainage

Explaining the importance of drainage

Describe the causes of poor drainage

 

Charts

Photographs

Diagrams in the student book

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 136-139

Certificate F1 pg 108-109

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 133-134

   

2-3

 

Water supply irrigation and drainage

 

Methods of drainage

Water pollution

 

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Describe methods of drainage

Define water pollution

Explain how farming practices causes pollution

 

Describe methods of drainage

Defining water pollution

Explain how farming practices cause pollution

 

School farm

Drawing in students book

Photographs

Polluted water

School farm

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 137-141

Certificate F1 pg 108-110

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 135-138

Teachers guide pg 63-65

 

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1

 

Soil Fertility (organic)

(Manures)

 

Soil fertility

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Define soil fertility

Explain the factor influencing soil fertility

 

Define soil fertility

Explain factors influencing soil fertility

 

Soil samples

Charts

School farm

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 140-144

Certificate F1 pg 112-113

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 140

   

2-3

 

Soil Fertility

 

Soil Fertility

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Explain how soil fertility loses its fertility

Describe how soil fertility can be maintained

 

Explaining how soil loses its fertility

Describing how soil fertility is maintained

 

Leached soils

Samples of fertile soil

Eroded soil

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 143-146

Certificate F1 pg 112-113

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 141-142

 

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1

 

Organic manure

 

Definition

importance

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Define organic manures

Explain the importance of organic manure

 

Definition

Explanation of importance of organic manure

 

Chalkboard

School farm

charts

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 146-147

Certificate F1 pg 113

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 143-144

   

2-3

 

Organic Manure

 

Types of organic manure

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

State the 3 types of organic manure

Describe preparation of green manure

Describe preparation of farmyard manure

Describe preparation of compost manure

 

Stating types of organic manure

Describing the preparation of green, farmyard and compost manure

 

Sample of green manure

Sample of compost manure

Sample of farm yard

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 148-154

Certificate F1 pg 114-117

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 145-150

Teachers guide pg 69-71

Gateway Agriculture revision paper 1 page 63-64

13   END OF TERM TWO EXAMINATIONS
14   MARKING AND CLOSING

 

 

AGRICULTURE SCHEMES OF WORK

FORM ONE 2012

TERM III

 

REFERENCES:

  1. Longhorn Secondary Agriculture Book
  2. Top mark Agriculture
  3. Certificate Agriculture Book
  4. Gateway Agriculture revision
  5. KLB Secondary Agriculture
  6. Teacher’s Guide

 

WK

LSN

 

 

TOPIC

 

 

SUB-TOPIC

 

 

 

OBJECTIVES

 

L/ACTIVITIES

 

L/T AIDS

 

REFERENCE

 

REMARKS

 

1

 

1

 

Livestock Breeds

 

Importance of livestock

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Explain the importance of livestock to man

 

Explaining the importance of livestock to man

Asking and answering questions

 

Photographs of livestock

Livestock products e,g skin, milk

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 155 Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 11 Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 152-153
   

2-3

 

Livestock Breeds

 

Cattle breeds

Exotic

indigenous

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

state examples of exotic and indigenous breeds

describe the characteristics of exotic and indigenous cattle

 

stating examples

describing the characteristics of exotic and local cattle breeds

charts

photographs

school farm

drawings from student books

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 155

Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 118

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 152-153

 

2

 

1-3

 

Livestock breeds

 

Dairy

Cattle

breeds

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify various breeds

Describe their characteristics

Draw and label the external parts of cattle

 

Describing the characteristics of cattle breeds

Drawing the external parts of the cattle

Labeling the external parts of the cattle

Identifying various breeds

 

Charts

Photographs

Drawing from the students book

School farm

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 159-162

Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 119-122

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 158-162

 

3

 

1-2

 

Livestock Breeds

 

Beef breeds

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify various breeds

Describe their characteristics

Draw the external parts of cattle

Label the external parts of the cattle

 

Identifying various breeds

Describing the characteristics of cattle breeds

Drawing external parts of cattle

Labeling the external parts of cattle

 

Charts

Photographs

School farm

Drawings from the student’s book.

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 162-165

Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 124-126

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 155-158

   

3

 

Livestock Breeds

 

Dual Purpose Breeds

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify various breeds

Describe their characteristics

Draw and label the external parts of the cattle

 

Identifying various breeds

Describing their characteristics

Drawing and labeling their external parts

 

Charts Photographs

Wall hangings showing dual breeds

School farm

Drawing from the students book

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 164-165

Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 127-129

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 164-168

 

4

 

1-3

 

Livestock Breeds

 

Sheep breeds

Wool sheep

Mutton sheep

Dual sheep

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify various breeds

Describe their characteristics

Draw the external parts of sheep

Labeling the external pars

 

Identifying the various breeds

Describing their characteristics

Drawing the external parts of the sheep

Labeling the external parts

 

Charts

Photograph

School farm

Drawings from the students book

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 174-179

Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 129-134

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 164-168

 

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1-3

 

Livestock breeds

 

Goats Breeds

Milk

Meat

Hair

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

identify various breeds

describe their characteristics

draw the external parts of the goat

label the external parts of the goat

 

identifying various breeds

describing the characteristics of goat breeds

drawing the external parts of the goat

 

charts

photographs

drawing from the student books

school farm

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 179-182

Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 135-137

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 169-173

 

6

 

1-3

 

Livestock Breeds

 

Pigs

Breeds

Bacon

pork

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify various breeds of pigs

Describe their characteristics

Draw the external parts of pigs

Labeling the external parts of the goat

 

Identifying various breeds

Drawing the various external parts of a pig

Labeling the external parts

Describing the characteristics

 

Drawings from the students book

Photographs

Charts

School farm

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 165-171

Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 139-140

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 174-178

Teachers guide pg 73-77

Gateway Agriculture

 

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1-3

 

Livestock Breeds

 

Chicken

Light breeds

Heavy breeds

Dual purposes

hybrids

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

identify various breeds

describe their characteristics

draw the various external parts

draw the various external parts

label the various external parts

 

identify various breeds

describing the characteristic of various breeds

drawing the external parts of chicken

labeling the various parts of the chicken

 

school farm

photographs

charts

drawings from the students books

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 171-174Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 143-145

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 178-182

Teachers guide pg 73-77

Top mark Agriculture page 77

 

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1

 

Livestock breeds

 

Rabbit breed

Characteristics

drawings

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify various breeds

Describe their characteristics

Draw and label the external parts

 

Identifying various breeds

Describing their characteristics

Drawing the external parts of rabbit

Labeling the various parts

 

Photographs

Charts

Drawings in the students book

School farm

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 182-184

Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 141-142

 

 

   

2-3

 

Livestock breeds

 

Camels, donkeys breeds

Characteristics

drawings

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify various breeds

Describe characteristics

Draw and label external parts of camels

 

Identifying various breeds

Describing their characteristics

Drawing external parts

Labeling the various parts

 

Drawings in the students book

School farm

Charts

photographs

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 185-186Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 146-147 Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 186Teachers guide pg
 

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1

 

Livestock breeds

 

Terms used to describe livestock

Age

Sex

Use

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Explain the terms used to describe livestock

 

Explaining the various terms used to describe livestock

 

School farm

Charts

Photographs

Drawing from the student book

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 164-165Longhorn secondary Agriculture form

 

 

   

2-3

 

Agriculture Economics

 

Economics

Definition

Agricultural economics

 

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to

Define economics

Define agricultural economics

Explain the factors of production

 

Defining economics

Explaining the factors of production

 

Flow chart

Students book

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 189Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 149Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 190-191Teachers guide pg 78-80
 

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1

 

Agricultural Economics

 

Basic concepts of economics principles

Scarcity

Opportunity cost

Preference & choice

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

State basics concepts of economics

Explain the basic concepts of economics

 

State basic concepts

Explaining the basic concepts of economics

 

Students books

Chalk board

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 189-190Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 149-150

Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 191-192Teachers guide pg 78-80

   

2-3

 

Agricultural Economics

 

Farm records define

Types of records

importance

 

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to

Define farm records

Explain the uses of farm records

Describe breeding and feeding records

 

Defining farm records

Explaining uses of farm records

Describing breeding and feeding records

 

Sample records

School farm

Sample records in students book

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 190-191,194-196Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 150-156-158Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 193-196Teachers guide pg 80-81
 

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1

 

Agricultural Economics

 

Farm records

Production records

Health records

Field records

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

State the farm records

Describing production health, field records

 

Stating farm records

Describing production, health and field records

 

Diagrams on students book

Charts

chalkboard

KLB secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 193,197Certificate Secondary Agriculture F1 pg 152-154Longhorn secondary Agriculture form 1 pg 198-200Teachers guide pg 80-

 

 

 

 

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