FORM 2 HOME SCIENCE SCHEMES OF WORK

HOME SCIENCE, F2, T1

REFERENCES: Secondary Home Science KLB, Focus on Home Science

WKLSNTOPIC/S-TOPICOBJECTIVESL/ACTIVITIESL/T AIDSREFERENCEREMARKS
1REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS
21-2Use of a sewing machine

threading

winding the bobbin

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to wind a bobbin and thread the machine.Learners practice threading and winding in groups

teacher demonstration

Sewing machines

threads

bobbins and cases

Focus H/science F1
3-4Environmental Hygiene

Disposal of house hold refuse

Drainage

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

Define environmental hygiene, drainage.

classify refuse and give suitable methods of disposal

identify types of drainage

Physical identification

discussions

Compound

books

Focus H/science f 2 pg 1-5
31-2Sanitation

definition

causes of poor sanitation

dangers of poor sanitation

C.C diseases

typhoid

cholera

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

Define sanitation, identify causes of poor sanitation, explain dangers of poor sanitation, state signs and symptoms

Teacher-pupil discussionsText books

chalk

BB

Focus H/science F2 pg 5-7
3-4Common communicable diseases

Dysentery

-Malaria

-Bilharzias

-Scabies

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to state signs and symptoms of dysentery, malaria, bilharzias and scabiesTeacher-pupil discussionBooks

chalk

B.B

Focus F2 pg 8-10
41-2Ringworms

Tuberculosis

Worm infestation

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

State signs and symptoms of ringworms, T.B, and worm infestation

Identify types of worms that infest in humans

Teacher-pupil discussionCharts

Pictures

Books

Focus F2 pg 10

H/science by EAEP F2

3-4Laundry equipment

types of laundry equipment

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

Identify varieties of laundry equipment

Physical identification of equipmentAssorted laundry equipmentFocus H/science
51-2Choice, use and care of different laundry equipment

washing equipment

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

Choose, use and care for washing equipment.

Teacher-pupil discussion

note taking

Text books

chalk

B.B

note books

Focus F2 H/science pg 14
3-4Choice and care of drying equipment

clothesline

pegs

hangers

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

Choose, use and care for clotheslines, pegs and hangers

Teacher-pupil discussion

note taking

Text books

chalk

B.B

note books

Focus form 2

Pg 16-17

61-2Choice, use and care of finishing equipmentBy the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Choose, use and care for finishing equipment

Teacher-pupil discussion

note taking

Text books

chalk

B.B

note books

Focus form 2 H/SCIENCE pg 17-22
3-4Detergents and laundry agents

definition

soaps

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

Define detergents

name types of soaps

Teacher-pupil discussion

identification of examples

Assorted soaps

-books

Focus form 2 pg 23-24
71-2Soap less detergents-synthetic detergents

hard and soft water

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

The learner should be able to describe soap less detergents, state properties of hard and soft water

Teacher –pupil discussionBooks

B.B

Chalk

Focus form 2 pg 24-26
3-4Other laundry agents

bleaches

starch

blue

conditioner

salt

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

Name types of bleaches

state reasons for using starch, conditioner, salt and bleaches.

Teacher-pupil discussion

identification

Assorted laundry agentsFocus form 2 pg 26-27
81-2

3-4

Laundry processes

repair of clothes and house hold articles

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

Explain various laundry processes

Repair clothes and house hold articles

Teacher-pupil discussion

practical repair of clothes and house hold articles

Fabric/garments

Sewing Equipment and tools

Books

Focus form 2 pg 33-40
91-2Laundering different fabrics

cotton and linen [fast and loosely coloured

Woolens

Silks

Nylons

Acrylics

Polyester

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

Explain the difference in handling fast coloured and loosely coloured cottons

Teacher-pupil discussions

Note taking

Text books

Note books

Focus F2 Pg 42-46
3-4General rules for ironing

general rules for pressing

care labels

State rules for ironing and pressing

Explain care labels

Teacher-pupil discussionPictures

books

Focus F2 pg 46-50
101-2Special treatment in laundry workState factors to consider while removing stains

define stain removal and disinfection

state materials for disinfection

Teacher-pupil discussionText books

B.B

Chalk

Focus form 2 pg 51-53
3-4Fixing co lour

starching

bluing

vale ting

dry cleaning

sponging

fabric conditioning

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to prepare starch, identify types of starch,

explain vale ting, dry cleaning, sponging and fixing of co lour.

Teacher-pupil discussionBooks

Chalk

B.B

FOCUS FORM 2 pg 53-55
11 & 121-4Practical

cottons

Woolens

nylons

acrylics

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

Laundering and treat different fabrics correctly

Special treatment
131-4Storage of clothes and house hold articlesBy the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Identify storage facilities

-explain methods of storing clothes

Practical

hanging

folding

teacher-pupil discussion

Clothes, hangers, assorted facilitiesKLB F2 pg 103
141-4END OF TERM EXAMINATIONS
15PREPARATION OF REPORTS AND CLOSING

HOME SCIENCE, F2, T2

REFERENCES: Secondary Home Science KLB, Focus on Home Science

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11&2REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS
13&4Laundry process.

Repair of clothes & house hold articles.

Importance.

Factors that determine the repair method.

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

Identify laundry process.

Explain the various laundry processes.

Teacher – pupil discussions.Book.

Chalk.

Board.

KLB fm 2

H/science.

Pg 52-55

21Darning.

Rules

Darning different

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

Darn

A straight cut

A three cornered cut.

Discussion

Working of samples.

Fabrics.

Sewing tools.

Threads.

Books.

KLB Fm 2

H/science.

Pg 57-62

2&3Types of tears cutsBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

a diagonal cut

a circular hole in a woven fabric.

A hole in a knitted fabric.

Machine darning

Reinforcing thin place

4Patenting

Rules

Types.

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

State rules of patching

Identify types of patches

Discussion

Working of samples

Fabrics

Sewing tool

Threads

Books

KLB Fm 2

H/science

Pg 62-66

31WorkingWork patches
2&3Repairing

Hanging hems

Gasping seams

Replacing buttons.

Belt loops.

Button holes.

Working of samples

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

Explain the repair of hanging hems gasping seams, belt loops, and button holes & replacing buttons.

Discussion

Working of sample.

Garments requiring repair.

Books

Chalk

Board.

4Laundering different fabrics.By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

Write the methods that are used for laundering different fabrics.

Discussion & note takingGroups

Note books

KLB fm 2 pg 71-77.
41Care labels.

Importance symbols & interpretation.

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

State the importance of care labels.

Identify symbols used on care labels & interpret them

Drawing

Discussion

Charts.

Books

Chalk

KLB fm 2 H/science Pg 77-82.
2-4Sundering different fabrics.

Cotton.

Woolen

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

launder different fabrics

Practical laundry in groupsLaundry equip & materials.

Garments

KLB fm 2 pg 71-77
51-3Repairing

Hanging hems

Gasping seams

Replacing buttons.

Belt loops.

Button holes.

Working of samples

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

Explain the repair of hanging hems gasping seams, belt loops, and button holes & replacing buttons.

Discussion

Working of sample.

Garments requiring repair.

Books

Chalk

Board.

4Laundering different fabrics.By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

Write the methods that are used for laundering different fabrics.

Discussion & note takingGroups

Note books

KLB fm 2 pg 71-77.
61Care labels.

Importance

symbols &

Interpretation.

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

State the importance of care labels.

Identify symbols used on care labels & interpret them

Drawing

Discussion

Charts.

Books

Chalk

KLB fm 2 H/science Pg 77-82.
2-4Sundering different fabrics.

Cotton.

Woolen

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

launder different fabrics

Practical laundry in groupsLaundry equip & materials.

Graments

KLB fm 2 pg 71-772-4
71&2Laundering Different fabrics

Loosed coloured.

Woolens

Silks

Nylons

Acylics

Polyster

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

Explain the difference in handling fast colored and loosely colored cottons.

Teacher – pupil discussions.

Note taking.

Text books

Note books

Focus fm 2 Pg 42-46
3&4General rules for ironing.

General rules for pressing.

Care labels.

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

State rules for ironing and pressing.

Explain care labels.

Teacher pupil

Discussions

Pictures.

Books

Focus fm 2 pg 46-50.
81&2Special treatment in laundry work.

Defination.

Stain removal.

Disnifection

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

State factors to consider while removing stains.

Define stain removal & disinfection.

State methods of disinfection.

Teacher – pupil

Discussions

Text books

B.B.

Chalk

Focus fm 2 pg 51-53
3&4Fixing colour starching.

Blueing

Valeting

Dry cleaning

Sponging

Fabric. Conditioning.

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to prepare starch.

Identify types of starch.

Explain valeting dry cleaning, sponging and fixing of colour.

Teacher – pupil

Discussion

Books

Chalk

B.B

Focus fm 2 pg 53-55
91-4Practical

Cottons

Woolens

Nylons

Tcylres

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

Laundering and special treatment.

Laundering and treat different fabrics correctly.

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101-4Storage of clothes & household articles.By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to prepare starch

Identify storage facilities.

Explain methods of storing clothes.

Practical hanging /folding.

Teacher learner discussions.

Clothes.

Hangers.

Assorted facilities.

KLB fm 2

Pg 103

111&2Seams

Types.

Choice of seams

Qualities of well made seams.

Points to note when making seams, plain seam.

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

Classify seams.

State the qualities of well made seams.

Explain factors in choice of seams.

Identify various types of plain seams.

Teacher – pupil

Discussions

Samples

Boards

Chalk

Board

Fm 2 KLB pg 141.
3&4Working of pain seams

Open

Not open.

Neatening of edges.

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

Work an open and plain seam that is nor open.

Neaten edges of a plain seam.

Practical working of seams and neatening.Fabrics

Needles.

Threads.

Books.

Form 2 KLB pg 142-146
121French seam.

Uses.

Working

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

Explain the uses of a French seam.

Work a French seam.

Working of samples.

Discussions.

Fabrics.

Needles.

Threads.

Books samples.

Fm 2 KLB pg 147-148
2&3Double stitched seam.

Machine fell.

Run & fell.

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

Identify types of double stitched seam.

Work double –stitched seam.

Discussions.

Working samples

Fabrics.

Needles.

Threads

Samples

KLB fm2 pg 149
4Overlaid seamBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

State uses of an overlaid seam.

State advantages.

Work samples.

Working of samplesFabrics.

Needles

Threads.

Samples.

KLB fm 2 pg 148
131&2Consumer buying.

Principles of wise buying.

Factors influencing consumer buying.

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

Define buying.

Explain the principles of wise buying.

State factors that influence consumer buying.

Books

Chalk

Board.

KLB fm 3 pg 166.Teacher pupil

Discussion.

3&4Common methods of buying.By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:-

Explain the commonly used methods of buying

Books.

Chalk

KLB fm 3 pg 168Teacher –pupil discussion.
1&2Making a budget.

Definition.

Importance.

Steps

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

Define a budget.

State the importance of budgeting

Explain in budgeting

Sample budgets

Books.

KLB 3 PG 172Teacher – pupil discussions.
3&4Factors that may affect

– Sample budget.

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

Explain factors that may affect a budget.

Prepare a sample budget

Books.

Writing materials

KLB fm 3 pg 173Each learner prepares a sample budget.
14END OF TERM EXAMINATION

HOME SCIENCE, F2, T3

REFERENCES: Secondary Home Science KLB, Focus on Home Science

WKLSNTOPIC/S-TOPICOBJECTIVESL/ACTIVITIESL/T AIDSREFERENCEREMARKS
11-4REPORTNG REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS
21Maternal child health care

Antenatal care

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

Define antenatal care

Explain activities at antenatal clinics

State importance of antenatal care

Teacher-learner discussions

Note taking

Books

Chalk

-Board

KLB fm 3 pg 41-43

2Maternal child health care

Factors that affect normal foetal development

Developmental stages of foetus

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

Explain the stages of growth of a foetus

Explain factors that affect normal foetal development

Teacher-learner discussions

Note taking

Pictures

Books

-Board

H/sc by EAEP pg 57
3-4Maternal child health care – preparing for delivery

Post-natal care

Care of lactating mother

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

Explain the preparation for delivery

Define post-natal care

Give the importance of post-natal care

Teacher-learner discussions

Pictures

Books

H/sc by EAEP pg 64 KLB fm 3 pg 43 Focus fm 3 pg 53
31Immunization

Definition

Importance

Immunization chart

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

Define immunization

Identify common vaccines

Teacher-pupil discussionsCharts

Cards

Resource

-personnel

H/sc KLB pg 50
2Childhood diseases and ailments

Respiratory

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

State signs and symptoms and management of respiratory tract infections

Teacher-pupil discussionsBooks

Resource

persons

H/sc EAEP pg 78
3-4Childhood diseases and ailments – influenza(B)

Measles

Pneumonia

Tetanus

Vomiting

Hepatitis

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

State the signs, prevention and management of each disease

Teacher-pupil discussionsBooks

Resource

persons

H/sc by EAEP pg 80
41Childhood diseases and ailments

Mumps

Chicken pox

Diarrhoea

Diphtheria

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

State signs, prevention and management of each disease

Teacher-pupil discussionsBooks

Resource

persons

H/sc EAEP pg 83
2Breastfeeding

Importance/ advantages and disadvantages

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

State the advantages and disadvantages of breastfeeding

Teacher-learner discussions

Books

Board

H/sc KLB pg 55
3-4Problems related to breastfeeding

-Supplementary feeding

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

Explain problems related to breastfeeding

State advantages and disadvantages of supplementary feeding

Teacher-learner discussions

Pictures

Books

H/sc KLB pg 56
51Weaning

Definition

Importance

Factors to consider

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

Define weaning

State importance of weaning

Explain factors to consider when weaning

Discussions

Note taking

BooksH/sc fm 3 pg 63
2Choice and preparation of weaning foods

Dangers of too early/too late weaning

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

State the dangers of weaning too early or too late

Writing of recipes and menus

Discussion

Sample menus

Books

KLB fm 3 pg 68
3-4Practical on weaning dishes
61-2Habit training

Play and play things

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

Explain the importance of habit training and play

State the types of play

Make toys

Note taking

Discussion

Materials for toys

Books

KL fm 3 pg 71
3-4Construction of apron

Taking body measurements

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

Take measurements for apron

Learners take measurements in pairsTape measures

Writing materials

Fm 2 KLB pupils book pg 152-154 KLB teachers guide
Drafting pattern for apronBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to draft a pattern for apronLearners work in groupsBlown paper

Writing materials

Fm 2 KLB pg 159-165 fm 2 teachers guide

71Revision
2Preparation of fabric

Graining

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to grain fabric for apronEach learner works on own fabricFabrics

Scissors

Fm 2 KLB pupils book pg 165
3-4Preparation of fabric

Pressing

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to press his fabric

Each learner presses his own fabricFabric

Pressing equipment

Fm 2 KLB pupils book pg 165
81-2Laying out of pattern pieces before cutting

Cutting

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

Lay out pattern pieces

Cut out fabric for apron

Each learner lays out and cuts own fabricFabrics

Patterns

Pins

Scissors

Fm 2 KLB pupils book pg 165-166

3-4Transfer of pattern markingsBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

Identify methods of transferring pattern markings

Transfer pattern marking onto fabric

Discussions

Demonstration

Transfer of markings into fabric by each learner

Fabric (art)

Patterns

Sewing tools

KLB fm pg 202-203
91Stitching up of apron

Neck and waist bands

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to stitch up neck and waist bandsEach learner stitches up his apronNeck bands

Waist bands

Needles

Threads

KLB fm 2 pupils book pg 167
2Stitching up of apron

Sides

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to stitch up the sides of his apronEach learner works on own apronApron pieces

Sewing tools

KLB fm 2 pg 167
3-4Stitching up of apron

Hem

Attaching bands

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

Hem

Neck and waist bands

Each learner works on own apronApron pieces

Sewing tools

KLB fm 2 pg 167
101-4Stitching up of apron

Pockets

Trimmings

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

Prepare and attach pocket to apron

Attach trimmings to apron

Each learner works on own apronApron

Pocket

Trimmings

Sewing tools

KLB fm 2 pg 167

111Meal planning and management

Definition

Importance

Factors to consider

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

Define meal planning

State the importance of meal planning

Explain factors to consider when planning meals

Teacher-pupil discussions

Note takings

Note books

Chalks

Board

Focus H/sc fm 3 pg 1
2-3Types of meals

Menu planning

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

Identify types of meals

Define menu

Plan variety of menus

Teacher-pupil discussions

Drawing up of menus

Sample menus

Books

Chalk

Board

H/sc fm 3 by EAEP pg 3
4Food presentation

Points to note

Styles of meal service

State factors to note when presenting meals

Explain styles of meal service

Teacher-pupil discussions

Note takings

Pictures

Books

Focus H/sc fm 3 pg 17-20
121-3Table setting

Requirements

Points to note

Practical table setting

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

Identify requirements for table setting

State points to note

Set a table for a meal

Teacher-pupil discussions

Practical table setting

Tables

Requirements for table setting

Books

Focus fm 3 pg 20
4Garnishing and decorating food

Table etiquette

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

Differentiate garnishing from food decoration

State etiquette to be observed at table

Teacher-pupil discussions

Pictures

Books

Focus fm 3 pg 24-25

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