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OBJECTIVES TEACHING AID TEACHING ACTIVITY REFERENCE REMARKS
1 3&4 Laundry 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

 
2 1 Darning.

·        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&3 Types of tears cuts By 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
       
  4 Patenting

  • 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

 
3 1 Working Work patches        
  2&3 Repairing

·        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.

   
4 4 Laundering 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 taking ·        Groups

·        Note books

KLB fm 2 pg 71-77.  
5 1 Care 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.  
  2-4 Sundering different fabrics.

·        Cotton.

·        Woolen

 

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

  • launder different fabrics
  • Practical laundry in groups
·        Laundry equip & materials.

·        Garments

KLB fm 2 pg 71-77  
  2&3 Repairing

·        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.

   
4 4 Laundering 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 taking ·        Groups

·        Note books

KLB fm 2 pg 71-77.  
5 1 Care 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.  
  2-4 Sundering different fabrics.

·        Cotton.

·        Woolen

 

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

  • launder different fabrics
  • Practical laundry in groups
·        Laundry equip & materials.

·        Graments

KLB fm 2 pg 71-77 2-4
6 1&2 Laundering 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&4 ·        General 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.  
7 1&2 Special 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&4 Fixing 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  
8 1-4 Practical

·        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.
       
9 1-4 Storage 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

 

 

10 1&2 ·        Seams

·        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&4 Working 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  
11 1 French 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&3 Double 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  
  4 Overlaid seam By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

·        State uses of an overlaid seam.

·        State advantages.

·        Work samples.

·        Working of samples ·        Fabrics.

·        Needles

·        Threads.

·        Samples.

KLB fm 2 pg 148  
12 1&2 Consumer 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&4 Common 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 168 Teacher –pupil discussion.  
  1&2 Making 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 172 Teacher – pupil discussions.  
  3&4 Factors 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 173 Each learner prepares a sample budget.  
13   Holiday assignment
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TOPIC/SUB TOPIC

 

OBJECTIVES

 

LEARNING/ TEACHING ACTIVITIES

 

TEACHING AID

 

REF

 

REMARKS

1 1-4
  • REPORTNG
  • REVISION OF SERIES 3 EXAM 1

 

2 1 Maternal 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

 

 
2 Maternal 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  
3-4 Maternal 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

 

 
3 1 Immunization

  • Definition
  • Importance
  • Immunization chart
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • Define immunization
  • Identify common vaccines
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Charts
  • Cards
  • Resource
  • -personnel
H/sc KLB pg 50  
  2 Childhood 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 discussions
  • Books
  • Resource
  • persons
H/sc EAEP pg 78  
3-4 Childhood 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 discussions
  • Books
  • Resource
  • persons
H/sc by EAEP pg 80  
4 1 Childhood diseases and ailments

  • Mumps
  • Chicken pox
  • Diarrhoea
  • Diptheria

 

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

  • State signs, prevention and management of each disease
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Books
  • Resource
  • persons
H/sc EAEP pg 83  
2 Breastfeeding

  • 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  
3-4 Problems 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  
5 1 Weaning

  • 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
  • Books
H/sc fm 3 pg 63  
  2
  • Choice 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  
3-4 Practical on weaning dishes

 

6 1-2 Habit 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  
3-4 Construction 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 pairs
  • Tape measures
  • Writing materials
Fm 2 KLB pupils book pg 152-154 KLB teachers guide

 

 
  Drafting pattern for apron By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to draft a pattern for apron
  • Learners work in groups
  • Blown paper
  • Writing materials
Fm 2 KLB pg 159-165 fm 2 teachers guide

 

 
7 1 Revision of the series 3 exam 3

 

2 Preparation of fabric

  • Graining
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to grain fabric for apron

 

  • Each learner works on own fabric
  • Fabrics
  • Scissors

 

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

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

 

  • Each learner presses his own fabric
  • Fabric
  • Pressing equipment
Fm 2 KLB pupils book pg 165  
8 1-2
  • Laying 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 fabric
  • Fabrics
  • Patterns
  • Pins
  • Scissors
Fm 2 KLB pupils book pg 165-166

 

 
  3-4 Transfer of pattern markings By 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  
9 1 Stitching up of apron

  • Neck and waist bands

 

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to stitch up neck and waist bands
  • Each learner stitches up his apron
  • Neck bands
  • Waist bands
  • Needles
  • Threads
KLB fm 2 pupils book pg 167  
2 Stitching up of apron

  • Sides

 

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to stitch up the sides of his apron
  • Each learner works on own apron
  • Apron pieces
  • Sewing tools
KLB fm 2 pg 167  
3-4 Stitching 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 apron
  • Apron pieces
  • Sewing tools
KLB fm 2 pg 167  
10 1-4 Stitching 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 apron
  • Apron
  • Pocket
  • Trimmings
  • Sewing tools
KLB fm 2 pg 167

 

 
11 1 Meal 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  
2-3
  • Types 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  
4 Food 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  
12 1-3 Table 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  
4
  • Garnishing 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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1 1-2 Reporting/ Holiday assignment
  3-4 Flour mixtures and raising agents

  • Types of flour
  •  Types of flour mixtures
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • Identify types of flours
  • Classify flour mixtures
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • Board
Focus form 3 pg 87-89  
2 1 Raising agents

  • Defination
  • Use of air
  • Use of steam
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • Define raising agents
  • Explain use of air and steam as raising agents
  • Teacher –pupil discussions
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • Board
Form 3 KLB pg 77-78 2
  2
  • Carbon dioxide as a raising agent
  • Biological method of raising flour mixtures
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • Explain the use of carbon dioxide as a raising agent
  • -Explain the biological method of raising flour mixtures
  • Teacher – pupil discussions
  • -Books
  • Chalks
  • Assorted agents

 

KLB form 3 pg 79-80  
  3-4 Batters

  • Defination
  • Recipes
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • Explain batters
  • Identify recipes that use batters
  • Teacher –pupil discussions
  • Recipe writing
  • Recipe books
  • Chalk
  • Board
Form 3 H/science by EAEP pg  
3 1-2 Pastry making

  • General rules
  • Types
  • Recipes
  • Common faults and causes
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • Identify types of pastries
  • Explain common problems and their causes in pastry making
  • Teacher –pupil discussions
  • Recipe writing
  • Recipe books
  • Chalk
  • Board
H/science

EAEP pg 84-87

3
  3-4 Cake making

  • Ingredients
  • Preparation of cake tins
  • Testing if cooked
  • Cooling cakes
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • State and explain the importance of ingredients used in cake making
  • Prepare cake tins
  • Explain the methods of testing cakes for doheriss
  • Explain how to cool cakes
  • Practical preparation of cake tins -Discussion
  • Cake tins
  • Oil and brushes
  • Books
H/science by EAEP form3 pg 117-119  
4 1
  • -Rubbed in cakes
  • -Creamed cakes
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • Explain the making of rubbed in mixtures
  • Identify faults in making of rubbed in cakes and creamed cakes
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Recipe writing
  • Books
  • Chalks
  • Board
H/science by EAEP pg 120-127 4
  2 Bread and doughnut

  • Ingredients
  • Recipe
  • Method
  • Common faults and causes
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • Explain the method of making bread / doughnuts
  • State common faults and their causes

 

 

 

  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Recipe writing
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • Board
H/science by EAEP pg 128-132  
5 1 Practical on

Creamed cake

 

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

  • Prepare creamed mixtures correctly

 

  • Demonstrations
  • Practice in groups

 

  • Ingredients
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Recipes

 

Recipes

 

Books

5
  2
  • Biscuit mixtures
  • General guidelines
  • Recipes
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • -State guidelines in making
  • -Teacher –pupil discussions
  • -Recipe writing

 

  • -Chalk
  • -Board
  • -Recipe books
KLB form 3 pg 105  
  3-4 Practical on
  • Batters
  • Rubbed in cakes
  • Demonstrations
  • Practice the preparation of each in group
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Recipes
  • Food stuffs
Recipe

 

Books

 
6 1
  • Pleats
  • Types
  • Working
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • Identify types of pleats
  • Work different pleats
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Work of samples
  • Samples
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • Board
  • Sewing equipment machine
H/science KLB pg 112 6
  2 Management of fullness

  • Defination
  • Importance
  • Darts
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • -Define management of fullness
  • -State the importance of managing fullness
  • -Identify types of darts
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Working of samples
  • Samples
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • Board
  • Sewing equipment and tools
H/science KLB pg 109  
  3-4 Disposal of fullness

  • Tucks
  • Gathers
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • Name types of tucks
  • Explain the working of tucks and gathers

 

  • Discussions
  • Working of samples
  • Samples
  • Fabrics
  • Sewing equipment and tools
H/science KLB form 3 pg 115  
7 1-2
  • Easing
  • Shirring
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • Work easing and shirring
  • Discussions
  • Work of samples
  • Samples
  • Fabrics
  • Sewing equipment and tools
H/science KLB form 3 pg  
3-4 MID-TERM BREAK

 

8 1-2 Disposal of fullness

  • Smocking
  • Elastic
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • Work smocking and elastic
   

 

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3-4 construction 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 pairs
  • Tape measures
  • writing materials
Form 2 KLB pupils  BK pg152-154

-KLB Teachers guide

 
9 1-4 Drafting pattern for apron By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to draft a pattern for apron
  • Learners work in groups
  • Brown paper
  • writing materials
Form 2 KLB PG 159-165

-form 2 teachers guide.

 
10 1 Revision of

 Series 1 exam

  2-3 Preparation fabric

  • Graining
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to  grain fabric for apron
  • Each learner works on own fabric
  • Fabrics
  • scissors
Form 2 KLB pupils BK pg 165  
 

 

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1

Preparation of fabric pressing By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to press his fabric
  • Each learner presses his own fabric
  • Fabric pressing equipment
 Form 2 KLB pupils BK pg 165  
  2-4 Laying out of pattern pieces before cutting By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to lay out pattern pieces

  • cut out fabric for apron
  • Each learner ays out and cuts own fabric
  • fabrics
  • patterns
  • pins
  • scissors
KLB F2  pupils BK pg 165-166  

 

12 1-2 Transfer of pattern markings The learner should be able to  identify methods of transferring pattern markings

  • transfer pattern markings out of fabric
  • Discussions
  • demonstrations
  • transfer of markings into fabric b each learner
  • Fabrics[cut]
  • patterns
  • sewing tools
KLB F 1 pg 202-203  
  3-4 Stitching up apron

  • neck and waist bands
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to stitch up neck and waist bands
  • Each leaner stitches up his own
  • Neck bands
  • waist bands
  • needles
  • threads
KLB F 2 pg 167  
13 1-2 Stitching up  of apron

  • sides
By the end of the lesson, the learner should  be able to stitch up the sides of his apron
  • Each learner works on own apron
  • Apron pieces
  • -sewing tools
KLB F 2 pg 167  
  3-4 Revision and end of term

Holiday assignment

 

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