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HOME SCIENCE FORM 3 SCHEMES OF WORK UPDATED TERM 1-3

HOME SCIENCE, F3, T1

REFERENCES: Secondary Home Science KLB, Focus on Home Science

WK LSN TOPIC/S-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCE REMARKS
1 1-2 REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS          
  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

Definition

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 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

Definition

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

 
  3-4 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  
  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

 
  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  
  2 Management of fullness

Definition

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

   

 

   
 

 

 

 

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 TOPICAL CAT          
  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  
11 4

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  
14   END OF TERM EXAMS          
15   PREPARATION OF REPORTS AND CLOSING          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOME SCIENCE, F3, T2

REFERENCES: Secondary Home Science KLB, Focus on Home Science

WK LSN TOPIC/S-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCE REMARKS
1 REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS            
2 1&2 TOPICAL CAT By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

make corrections on the exam

discussions Question papers and marking schemes Past papers  
  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

 
3 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.

 
4 1&2 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  
  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 Form 2 KLB pupils BK pg 165  
5 1-4 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  

 

6 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  
7 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 Management of fullness

Definition

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  

 

 

 

8 1&2 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  
  3&4 -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  
  4 MIDTERM    BREAK          
9 1&2 -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

 

 

 

 
  3&4 Management of fullness

-pleats

-work different types of pleats Working of samples Sewing equipment

fabrics

KLB fm 3 pg 112-116  
10 1&2 Needlework processes

-pockets

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

identify different pockets

-explain factors on choice of pockets

Identification

discussion

Samples/ garments with pockets

books

KlB FM 3 PG 124  
  3&4 Pockets

Patch pockets

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

Work different patch pockets

Secure patch pockets correctly

Working of samples Sewing equipment and tools

fabrics

KLB fm 3 pg 125  
11 1&2 Pockets

-in seam

-bound

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

work  in seam pockets and bound

pockets

Working of samples Sewing equip & tools

fabrics

KLB fm 3 pg 124

Focus Hsc fm 3

 
  3&4 Interfaced waistband By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

Prepare and attach an interfaced waistband

Working of samples Sewing equip

fabrics

KLBfm 3 pg 128  
12 1&2 Openings and fastenings By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

Define opening and fastening

Identify different openings

Discussion

Identification

Working of samples

Samples

Books

Sewing equip

KLB fm 3 pg 130  
  3&4 Continuous wrap opening

Bound opening

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

Work the opening correctly

Working of samples Sewing equip

fabrics

KLB fm3 pg 131  
13 1&2 Faced slit opening By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

Work the opening correctly

Working of samples Sewing equip

fabrics

KLB fm 3 pg 134  
  3&4 Front openings By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

prepare facings correctly

work front facings

Working of samples Sewing equip

fabrics

KLB fm 3 pg 137  
14 1-4 END OF TERM EXAMS          

 

 

 

 

 

HOME SCIENCE, F3, T3

REFERENCES: Secondary Home Science KLB, Focus on Home Science

WK LSN TOPIC/S-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCE REMARKS
1 1- 4 REPORTNG AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS          
2 1-4 Fabric construction processes

Openings

 

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work samples on openings

Identify various openings

Demonstrations

Stitching

Teacher-learner discussions

Samples

Fabrics

Sewing equipment

Books

KLB fm 3 pg 130-144  
3 1-4 Fabric construction processes

Fastenings

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

Identify various work fasteners

samples on fastenings

-Demonstrations

Stitching

Teacher-learner discussions

Samples

Fabrics

Sewing equipment

Assorted fastening

KLB fm 3 pg 14  
4 1-4 Fabric construction processes

Hem management

 

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

 

Stitching

Teacher-learner discussions

Fabrics

Sewing equipment

KLB fm 3 pg 157-160  
5 1 Caring for the sick at home

-Reasons for caring the sick at home

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

-State reasons for caring the sick at home

-Teacher-pupil discussions

-Note taking

-Books

-Chalk

-Board

KLB fm 4 pg 1-2 focus fm 4 pg 1-4  
  2-3 Needs of patient

Physical

Emotional

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

Explain the needs of a patient (physical and emotional)

Teacher-pupil discussions

Note taking

Books

Chalk

Board

 

focus fm 4 pg 4-6  
  4 Needs of a patient

Social

Spiritual

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

Explain the social and spiritual needs of a patient

Teacher-pupil discussions

Note taking

Books

Chalk

Board

KLB fm 4 pg 3  
6 1 Preventive measures in the spread of infection By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

Explain the measures to be taken to prevent spread of infections

Teacher-pupil discussions

 

First aid kit (gloves and antiseptic) KLB pg 6-7  
  2-3 Ventilation

Definition

Reasons for sufficient ventilation

Dangers of poor ventilation

Ways of ventilating a room

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

Define ventilation

State reasons for sufficient ventilation

State dangers of poor ventilation

Identify ways of ventilating a room

Teacher-pupil discussions

 

Books

Chalk

Board

KLB H/scie fm 4 pg 9-10  
  4 Ways of ventilating a room

Natural

Mechanical

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

Identify different ways of ventilating a room

Identification of ventilators in the school compound Building in the compound

Pictures

Books

KLB H/scie fm 4 pg 10-14  
7 1 Midterm break          
  2-4 Fuels in the home

Common types

Wood

Charcoal

Gas

Paraffin

Electricity

Biogas

Solar energy

Other forms

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

Identify the common fuels in the home

State the advantages and disadvantages of each fuel

Explain precautions to take when using the fuels

Group discussions and presentations

Note taking

Assorted fuels

Books

KLB fm 4 pg 17-27  
8 1 Conservation of energy

 

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

Explain ways of conserving energy at home

Teacher-pupil discussions

 

Pictures

Books

KLB fm 4 pg 28  
  2-3 Lighting in the home

Definition

Reasons for appropriate lighting in a house

Source of light

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

Define lighting

State reasons for appropriate lighting

Explain natural sources of light

Teacher-pupil discussions

Identification

Building in the compound

Books

KLB fm 4 pg 29-31  
  4 Artificial lighting

Qualities

Candles

Lamps-oil lamps

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

State qualities of good artificial light

Explain the use, care and cleaning of oil lamps and candles

Discussions

Note taking

Practical use

Candles

Lamps

Matchbox

Oil

KLB fm 4 pg 32  
9 1-3 Pressure lamps

Gas lamps

Electric lamps

Types

Methods of lighting

Lighting specific areas

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

Identify each lamp

Explain methods of lighting

Explain how to light specific areas

Group discussions and presentations

 

Fixtures in the compound

Pictures

Books

KLB fm 4 pg 35  
  4 Cleaning of oil lamps

Hurricane

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to clean lamps correctly

© Education Plus Agencies

 

Learners work in groups Lamps

Cleaning equipment and materials

Books

H/scie by EAEP pg 46  
10 1 Furnishing the home

Definition

Interior decoration

Definition

Colour and the colour wheel

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

Define furnishing and interior decoration

Explain and use the colour wheel

Discussions

Note taking

 

Charts

Books

H/scie by EAEP pg 56  
  2-3 Characteristics of colour

Terms used in relation with colour

Colour schemes

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

State the characteristics of colour

Define terms related to colour

Explain and use different colour schemes

Teacher-pupil discussions

Note taking

 

Charts

Books

H/scie by EAEP pg 57,59  
  4 REVISION OF TOPICAL CAT          
11 1 Hard furnishings

Classes

Points in choice

Furniture for different rooms

bedrooms

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

Classify hard furnishings

State points in the choice of hard furnishings

Explain the furniture requirements for different rooms

Teacher-pupil discussions

 

Pictures

Books

H/scie by EAEP pg 60-63  
  2-3 Furniture requirement for different rooms

Kitchen

Living room

Dinning

Bathroom

Accessories

Definition

Accessories used in the home

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

Explain in the furniture requirements for different rooms

Define accessories in the home

Identify accessories used in the home

 

Teacher-pupil discussions

Identification

Furniture available in the school (staffroom)

Pictures

KLB fm 4 H/scie pg 56-60  
  4 Soft furnishings

Definition

Reasons for use

Choice of fabrics for soft furnishing

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

Define soft furnishing

Explain reasons for use of soft furnishings

Explain the choice of fabric for soft fabrics

Teacher-pupil discussions

 

Pictures

books

Assorted soft furnishings

 

H/scie by EAEP pg 63-66  
12 1 Flower arrangements

-Definition

-Principles of flower arrangements

-Equipment needed

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

Define flower arrangements

Explain principles of flower

Identify equipment used in arranging flowers

Identification

Discussions

-Books

-Assorted equipment

 

KLB fm 4 H/scie pg 62  
  2-3 -Choice of flowers

-Methods of arranging

-Basic shapes

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

Explain choice of flowers

-identify basic shapes

Arrange flowers into basic shapes

Discussions

Practical arrangement of flowers

Flowers

Books

Equipment for arrangement

 

KLB fm 4 H/scie pg 64-66  
  4 Consumer protection

-Importance

-Rights of a consumer

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

State the importance of consumer protection

State the rights of a consumer

Teacher-pupil discussions

Note taking

 

Books

Chalk

Board

KLB fm 4 H/scie pg 130-134  

 

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