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HOME SCIENCE  FORM 1 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 1

 
WEEK LESSON TOPIC/SUB

TOPIC

OBJECTIVES TEACHING AID TEACHING ACTIVITY REFERENCE REMARKS
4 1-4 REPORTING AND ORIENTATION        
5 1-2 Introduction to Home science

  • -Definition
  • -Importance
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Define home science
  • Explain the importance of home science to:
  • An individual
  • Community
  • Nation
  • Charts
  • Books
  • Writing materials
  • Teacher-pupil discussion
  • -Note taking
KLB F1 page 1  
  3-4 Personal hygiene

  • definition
  • good grooming
  • care of the body
  • the skin.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Define personal hygiene
  • Explain good grooming
  • Draw and label the structure of the human skin
  • Explain the functions of different parts of the skin
  • Charts
  • Books
  • Writing materials
  • Identification using chart
  • Discussions
  • Note taking
KLB  F1 pg 6  
6 1-2 Care of different parts of the body

  • face
  • hands and nails
  • eyes
  • feet
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Explain the care of hair, face, hands and nails, feet and eyes.
  • Books
  • Writing materials
  • Teacher/pupil discussion
  • note taking
KLB F1 pg 10  
  3-4 Care of the teeth

  • structure of the tooth
  • care of the teeth
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • draw and label the structure of the tooth
  • state dental rules
Chart on structure

  • books
  • writing materials
  • Demonstrations
  • Teacher pupil discussions
  • -note taking
  • -drawing
KLB F1 pg 13  
7 1-2 Enhancing personal appearance

  • care of personal items
  • handkerchiefs
  • combs and hair brushes
  • towels
State ways of enhancing personal appearance

  • -Explain the care of handkerchiefs, towels, combs and hair brushes
Assorted items

  • books
  • writing materials
  • -Note taking
  • -demonstrations
KLB F1 pg 16  
  3-4 Figure types

  • care of shoes
  • leather
  • canvas
  • care of clothes
Explain the care of clothes and shoes

  • Identify figure types
  • Pictures
  • books
  • Discussion
  • -Note taking
KLB BK 1 pg 20  
8 1-2 Choice and use of clothes and accessories

  • factors to note
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to

  • State factors in choice of clothes and accessories
  • Identify own figure type-
  • Learners pair up and identify partner’s figure type
  • Other learners
  • pictures
H/science F1

KLB pg19

 
  3-4 Cosmetics

  • types
  • choice
  • use
  • misuse
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Identify various types and examples of cosmetics
  • Explain choice and use and misuse of cosmetics
  • Identification of assorted cosmetics
  • discussions
  • Assorted cosmetics
  • books
H/science F1 by KLB pg 23  
9 1-2 Adolescence

  • changes in adolescence

o   physical changes in boys and girls

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

o   State changes  that occur to boys and girls during adolescence

  • Group discussions
  • Books
  • chalks
  • B.B
H/science F1 pg 24  
  3-4 Emotional changes

  • social changes
  • Safety in the home and first aid
  • common accidents
  • common causes of accidents
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • identify common accidents in the home
  • State common causes of accidents
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Text books
  • Chalk board
  • -B.B
H/science by EAEP  pg 26  
10 1-2 First aid

  • definition
  • contents of a first aid kit and their uses
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Define first aid
  • Assemble a first aid kit
  • Assembling of a first aid kit
  • Contents of a first aid kit
  • -empty box
H/science by EAEP pg 26  
  3-4 Common accidents, their first aid prevention.

  • burns and scalds
  • cuts and bruises
  • suffocation
Explain the cause, prevention and first aid for:

  • Burns and scalds
  • Cuts and bruises
  • Suffocation
·        Demonstrations

·        Group  practical

·        First aid kit H/science KLB PG 28  
11 1-2

 

 

3-4

  • choking
  • fracture
  • shock
  • fainting
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • state causes, prevention and first aid for choking, fractures, shock and fainting
·        Demonstration

·        practice in groups

·        -discussions

·        First aid box

·        books

H/science pg 30  
12 1-2 Foreign bodies in the eyes, ears and nose By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Explain first aid for entry of foreign bodies into the eye, ear and nose.
  • Discussions
  • practice in groups

 

·        First aid box Focus on H/science pg 35  
  3-4 ·        Nose bleeding

  • drowning
  • insect sting and bites
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Explain first aid  and prevention of nose bleeding, drowning insect stings and bites
  • Practice in groups
  • discussions
·        First aid box Focus F2 pg  37  
13 1-2 Medicine

  • use
  • misuse

 

 

 

 

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

  • explain the correct  way to use medicine
  • explain ways in which medicine is misused and abused.
·        Teacher-pupil discussion ·        Assorted medicine and drugs

·        -text books

KLB pg 50-51  
  3-4
  • Housing the family
  • Types of houses
  • essential areas and their placement
  • methods of providing shelter
  • -actors to consider
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Name types of houses
  • explain the essential areas in a house
  • state factors to consider
  • Practical identification in the compound/vicinity
  • discussions
  • Pictures
  • compound and environs
  • books
Focus H/science pg 59  
14 1-2

 

 

 

 

 

3-4

  • Bonding
  • advantages
  • disadvantages
  • room interrelationship
  • buying
  • renting
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • State advantage s and disadvantages of renting, building and buying shelter.
  • explain room inter relationship in a house
  • Discussion
  • study examples of house plans
  • draw house plans

 

  • Pictures, text books, chalk, B.B
Focus on H/science pg 55  
   

EXAMINATIONS AND REVISION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOME SCIENCE  FORM 1 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 1

WK LESSON TOPIC/SUBTOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES TEACHING AID REFERENC(S) REMARKS
1 1-4 Reporting and revision of holiday assignment
2 1-2
  • Housing the family
  • Common types of houses
  • Modern house plans/designs
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

  • Identify common types of houses
  • State the advantages and disadvantages of modern house designs.
  • Teacher- pupil discussions
  • Identifications
  • School compound & surroundings
  • Books
KLB Form 1 pg 52-59  
3&4
  • Essential areas and their placement in the house
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Identify essential areas in a house
  • Explain the placement of essential areas in a house
  • Teacher-Pupil discussions
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • Board
  • pictures
KLB Form 1 pg 59-64  
3 1

 

 

 

 

 

2&3

  • Methods of providing family shelter
  • factors to put in mind
  • specific methods building
  • State general factors to consider when providing family shelter
  • State factors to consider when building
  • State advantages & disadvantages of building
  • explain room interrelationship
  • study of house plans
  • drawing of plans
  • Group discussions & presentations
  • Books
  • pictures
  • Chalk
  • Board
KLB Form 1 Pg 65-67  
4
  • Buying of houses
  • Renting
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

  • State factors to consider when buying/renting a house
  • State the advantages & disadvantages of buying/renting
  • Teacher –pupil discussions
  • Group discussions
  • Presentations
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • Board
Focus on H/Science Form 1

KLB Form 1 Pg 67-69

 
4 1-4
  • Care of the Home
  • Classification of dirt
  • Basic cleaning equipment & materials
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Classify dirt
  • State factors to consider in choice and cover of cleaning equipment & materials

 

  • Group Discussions & presentations
  • Teacher- pupil discussions
  • Assorted cleaning equipment & materials
KLB Form 1 H/Science Pg 80-82

 

 
5 1
  • Improvising cleaning equipment & materials
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Improvising various cleaning equipment & materials
  • Practical improvising of equipment & materials
  • Discussions
  • Assorted equipment
  • Raw materials
  • Books
KLB Form 1 H/Science Pg 80-82  
2&3

 

 

 

 

 

4

Reasons for cleaning a house

 

Methods of removing dirt surfaces

  • Sweeping
  • Dusting
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • State reasons for cleaning a house
  • Identify methods of removing dirt
  • Explain sweeping and dusting
  • Teacher-pupil discussion
  • Demonstration
  • Brooms
  • Dusters/ Clothes
  • Books
KLB  Form 1 Pg 83-85  
6 1-4
  • Suction
  • Scrubbing
  • Wiping
  • Cleaning different rooms in the house
  • Writing of methods
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • Explain suction, scrubbing and wiping
  • Write down the methods of cleaning different rooms
  • Teacher- pupil discussions
  • Note taking
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • Board

 

KLB Form 1 Pg 85-105  
7 1-4 Practical cleaning of various rooms

Daily and weekly cleaning using the various rooms in the school compound

MID TERM  BREAK

8 1

 

 

2&3

  • Kitchen equipment
  • Classification
  • General points to consider in choice
  • Large equipment

 

·        Classify kitchen equipment

·        State general points to consider in choice of equipment

·         Explain the care and use of large equipment

·        Teacher – pupil discussions

·        -Identification

  • Assorted large kitchen equipment
H/Science KLB form I pg 106-112  
4
  • Small kitchen equipment
  • General points to consider when buying small equipment
  • Choice, use and care
  • State points in choice of small kitchen equipment
  • Choice, use and care for various small equipment
  • Identification
  •  Teacher- pupil discussions
  • Assorted small kitchen equipment and tools
H/Science KLB form I pg 113  
9 1-2
  • Time and labour saving kitchen equipment

 

  • -Choice, use and care
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

  • State the choice, use and care of kitchen equipment (labour saving)
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  •  Identification
  • Assorted labour saving equipment
KLB form I pg 125-127

 

 
3&4 Kitchen equipment made from

 

  • -Plastic
  • Identify types of plastics
  • Care and clean plastic equipment
  • Identification
  • Discussions
  • Assorted plastic equipment
KLB form I pg 127-128  
10 1

 

 

 

 

 

2&3

Common metals used to make kitchen equipment

  • Stainless steel
  • Aluminum
  • Iron
  • Enamel
  • Identify equipment made from stainless steel, aluminum and iron
  •  State points in care and cleaning of stainless steel, aluminum and iron
  • Identification
  • Discussions
  • Assorted kitchen equipment
KLB form I pg 129-131  
  4
  • Wood
·        Identify equipment made from enamel and wood

·        Mention various ways of finishing wooden equipment

·        Care for wooden equipment

 

·        Identifications

·        Teacher – pupil discussions

  • Assorted kitchen equipment
KLB form I pg 131-136  
11 1

 

 

2&3

 

 

4

·        Glass

·        Earthenware  / ceramics

·        Calabashes / gourds

  • Practical cleaning of equipment
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • Explain the use, care and cleaning of glass, earthenware and calabashes
  • Glass
  • Ceramics

 

  • Identification
  • Teacher- pupil discussions
  • Demonstration and cleaning in groups
  • KLB form I pg 136-139

 

 

 

Assorted equipment

Books

 

Assorted cleaning equipment

 
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1-4

 

 

 

 

 

 

1-4

  • Safety precautions and rules when handling kitchen equipment
  • -Improvising kitchen equipment
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

·        State rules and precautions to observe when handling kitchen equipment

·        Improvise kitchen equipment and tools

·        Teacher-pupil discussions

·         Demonstrations and practice

·        Identification of available improvised equipment

·        practical improvisation of equipment( making)

·        Assorted kitchen equipment ant tools

·         Books

·        Assorted equipment and materials

KLB form I pg 140 -142

 

 

 

 

 

 
14 1-3 REVISION OF TERMS WORK AND HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT END TERM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOME SCIENCE  FORM 1 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 3

WEEK LESSON TOPIC/SUB TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING TEACHING / ACTIVITIES TEACHING AID REF REMARKS
1 1-4 REPORTNG and revision of the holiday assignment

 

2 1
  • Sewing equipment and tools
  • Classification

 

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

  • Identify equipment
  • Classify sewing tools
  • Identification
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Assorted sewing equipment ant tools
H/scie fm I by EAEP pg 113  
2-3
  • Choice use and care of small equipment
  • State the choice, use and care of small equipment and tools
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Assorted small equipment
  • Books

 

KLB fm 1 pg 183  
4 Large sewing equipment

  • Sewing machine
  • Parts of a sewing machine

 

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

  • Draw and label the parts of a sewing machine

 

  • Identification
  • Drawing
  • Demonstration
  • -Sewing machine
  • -Other large equipment
H/sc by EAEP pg 118

KLB fm 1 H/scie

 
3 1 Use of a sewing machine
  • Wind and thread a sewing machine

 

  • Demonstration
  • Practice in groups
  • Sewing machines
  • Threads and needles
KLB fm 1 pg 193-195  
2-3   By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • Stitch using a sewing machine

 

  • -Practice the use of a sewing machine
  • Sewing machine
  • Fabrics

 

KLB fm 1 H/scie pg 192  
4 Faults in use of a sewing machine By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • State causes of problems and their remedies

 

  • Teacher-pupil discussion
  • Charts
  • Books
H/scie KLB fm1 pg 196  
4 1-2 Stitches

-Classification

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

  • Classify stitches
  • Name different stitches
  • -Identification
  • Discussions
  • Samples
  • Books
H/scie by EAEP pg 124  
3-4 Stitches

  • Working of different stitches
  • Temporary
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • Work temporally stitches
  • Demonstration
  • Working of samples
  • Fabrics
  • Sewing threads and needles
H/scie by EAEP pg 124  
5 1 Working of temporary stitches By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • Work assorted stitches

 

  • Demonstration
  • Working of samples
  • Fabrics
  • Needles
  • Threads
H/scie KLB pg 200  
2-4 Stitches

  • Working of different stitches
  • Permanent stitches

 

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

  • Work permanent stitches

 

  • Demonstration
  • Working of samples
  • Fabrics
  • Sewing threads and needles
H/scie by EAEP pg 126  
6 1-3 Stitches

-Working of different stitches

-Embroidery stitches

 

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

  • -Work embroidery stitches

 

  • -Demonstration
  • -Working of samples
  • -Fabrics
  • -Sewing threads and needles
H/scie by EAEP pg 127  
4 Mid term break

 

7 1 Mid term break

 

  2-3 Environmental hygiene

  • Disposal of house hold refuse
  • Drainage
  • Free open

 

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

  • Define environmental hygiene
  • Explain proper disposal of house hold refuse
  • Explain free and open drainage
  • Discussions
  • Observation/ identification
  • School compound
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • Board
KLB fm 2 pg 1-4  
4 Drainage

  • Concealed drains
  • Disposal of sewage
  • Explain concealed drains
  • State advantages and disadvantages of concealed drains
  • Discussions
  • Note taking
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • Board
KLB fm 2 pg 4-9  
8 1 Sanitation

  • Definition
  • Causes of poor sanitation
  • Dangers of poor sanitation
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • Define sanitation
  • State causes and dangers of poor sanitation
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Note taking
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • Board
KLB fm 2 pg 9-11  
2-3 Common communicable diseases and typhoid, malaria, cholera, dysentery By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • -State causes, symptoms and management of each disease
  • Group discussions and presentations
  • Note taking
  • Note books
  • Writing materials
  • -ext books
KLB H/scie pg 11-15  
9 1
  • T.B
  • Scabies
  • Bilharzia
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • State causes, symptoms and management of each disease

 

  • Group discussions and presentations
  • Note taking
  • Note books
  • Writing materials
  • Text books
KLB H/scie pg 11-15  
2-3 Worm infestation By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • State causes, symptoms and management of each disease
  • Group discussions and presentations
  • Note taking
  • Note books
  • Writing materials
  • Text books
KLB fm 1 pg 17  
  4 Food nutrients

  • Definition
  • Terms
  • Classification of nutrients
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • Define terms related to food nutrients
  • Classify nutrients

 

  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Note taking
  • Charts
  • Books
Focus on H/scie pg 65  
10 1
  • Carbohydrates
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • State functions and classes of CHO’s
  • Teacher-pupil discussions

-Note taking

  • Charts
  • Books
  • Assorted foods

 

KLB fm 2 pg 112  
2-3
  • Lipids
  • Proteins
  • Water
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • State functions of each nutrient
  • Identify food sources of lipids, water and proteins
  • Teacher-pupil discussions

 

  • Pictures
  • Charts
  • Books
  • Food sources
Focus on H/scie fm 2 pg 67  
4 Micro-nutrients

Vitamins – B complex

 

11 1-2 Micro-nutrients

  • Vitamins
  • B complex
  • Vitamin C

 

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

  • Identify water soluble vitamins
  • State functions of vitamin D and C
  • Identify food sources of vitamin B and C
  • Identification of food sources
  • Discussions
  • Pictures
  • Charts
  • Books
  • Board
Focus on H/scie pg 71  
3-4
  • Vitamins A, D, E and K
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • State sources of each vitamin
  • State functions of each of the vitamins
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Identification of food sources
  • Note taking
  • Pictures
  • Charts
  • Books
  • Food sources
Focus on H/scie pg 74  
12 1-4 Minerals

  • Calcium
  • Phosphorous
  • Iron
  • Iodine
  • Fluorine
  • Sodium
  • Potassium

 

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

  • Identify source of minerals
  • State functions of minerals
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Note taking

 

  • Pictures
  • Charts
  • Books
  • Board
Focus on H/scie fm 2 pg 75  
13 1-4 REVISION OF TERMS WORK AND END OF TERM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOME SCIENCE  FORM 2 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 1

 

WEEK LESSON TOPIC/

SUB-TOPIC

OBJECTIVES LEARNING ACTIVITIES TEACHING AID REFRENCE REMARKS
1 REPORTING & ISSUING OF TEXTBOOKS
2 1-2 Use 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  
  3-4 Environmental 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  
3 1-2 Sanitation

  • 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 discussions
  • Text books
  • chalk
  • BB
Focus H/science F2 pg 5-7  
  3-4 Common 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 scabies
  • Teacher-pupil discussion
  • Books
  • chalk
  • B.B
Focus F2 pg 8-10  
4 1-2
  • Ringworms
  • 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 discussion
  • Charts
  • Pictures
  • Books

 

Focus F2 pg 10

H/science by EAEP F2

 
  3-4 Laundry 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 equipment
  • Assorted laundry equipment
Focus H/science  
5 1-2 Choice, 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  
  3-4 Choice 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

 
6 1-2 Choice, use and care of finishing equipment By 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  
  3-4 Detergents 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  
7 1-2 Soap 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 discussion
  • Books
  • B.B
  • Chalk
Focus form 2  pg 24-26  
  3-4 Other 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 agents
Focus form 2 pg 26-27  
8 1-2

 

 

 

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  
9 1-2 Laundering 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  
  3-4 General rules for ironing

  • general rules for pressing
  • care labels
State rules for ironing and pressing

  • Explain care labels
  • Teacher-pupil discussion
  • Pictures
  • books
Focus  F2 pg 46-50  
 10 1-2 Special treatment in laundry work State  factors to consider while removing stains

  • define stain removal and disinfection

 

  • state materials for disinfection
  • Teacher-pupil discussion
  • Text books
  • B.B
  • Chalk
Focus form 2 pg 51-53  
  3-4 Fixing 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 discussion
  • Books
  • Chalk
  • B.B
FOCUS FORM 2  pg 53-55  
11 & 12 1-4 Practical

  • cottons
  • Woolens
  • nylons
  • acrylics
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Laundering and treat different fabrics correctly
  • Special treatment
     
13 1-4 Storage of clothes and house hold articles By 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 facilities
KLB F2 pg 103  
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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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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
   

 

  8

 

 

 

 

 

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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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  
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1 4 HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

  • Present  his assignment for checking
  • Each learner presents their work which the teacher checks
  • Question papers and note books
questions  
2 1&2 Series 2 exam 1 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
  • -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  
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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

 

  • 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 series 3 exam 2
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
  • -dentify 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  
13 1-3 Agencies dealing with consumer protection

  • -Kenya Consumer Association (KCA)
  • -Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS)
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • State the functions of KCA and KEBS
  • State functions of counterfeit issues section
  • Identify the KEBS certification marking scheme (mark of a quality)
  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Drawing
  • Charts
  • -Books
KLB fm 4 pg 134-139  
  4
  • -Trade
  • Description Act
  • -Price control department
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • Explain the importance of trade descriptions Act and price control department

 

  • Teacher-pupil discussions

 

  • -Books
  • -Chalk
  • -Board
KLB fm 4 pg 140-142  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  3-4 Flower arrangement

  • points to consider
  • equipment needed
  • choice of flowers
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to state points to consider when arranging flowers, identify equipment for arrangement, identify and choose flowers.
  • Teacher- pupil discussions
  • identification
  • note taking
  • Flowers in compound
  • assorted equipment
  • books
KLB BK 4 pg 62  
2 1-2 Methods of arranging flowers

  • basic shapes
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Explain the methods of arranging flowers  in different shapes
  • Practical arrangement of flowers
  • Assorted flowers equipment
KLB F4 pg 64  
  3-4 Food preservation

  • definition
  • advantages
  • disadvantages
  • traditional methods
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Define food preservation
  • state its advantages and disadvantages
  • explain traditional methods of preservation
  • Teacher-pupil discussion
  • note taking
  • Pictures
  • books
KLB F 4 pg 68  
3 1-2

 

Modern methods of preserving food By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to explain modern methods of preserving food.
  • Teacher-learner discussion
  • note taking
  • Books
  • pictures
KLB F4 pg 79  

 

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Foods

  • definition
  • types
  • advantages and disadvantages

 

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

  • Define convenience foods, identifying its various types
  • State advantages and disadvantages.
  • Teacher-learner discussion
  • note taking
  • Books
  • assorted foods
KLB F4 pg 83  
4 1-2 Rechauffe cookery

  • definition
  • Advantages of using left-over food.
  • disadvantages
  • storage
  • factors in use  left over
  • preparation of food
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Define rechauffe
  • state advantages and disadvantages of using left over foods
  • explain the preparation of variety of left overs
  • Teacher-pupil discussion
  • Books
  • Writing materials
KLB F 4 pg 86  
  3-4 Rechauffe cookery

  • recipes
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to write recipes on requested dishes.
  • Note taking
  • Recipe books
  • -writing materials
KLB F4 pg 89  
5 1-2 Practical on Reheated dishes        
  3-4 Clothing construction processes

  • collars

 

 

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

  • Name types of collars
  • -prepare and attach collars
  • Demonstration
  • practical preparation and attachment of collars
  • Fabric
  • Sewing  tools
  • -books
KLB F4 pg 100  
6 1-2 Qualities of a good collar

 

  • Coffs
  • preparation
  • attaching
  • qualities of a well-made cuff
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • State qualities of good collars and Coffs
  • prepare and attach Coffs
  • Practical preparation and attachment
  • teacher-learner discussion
  • Fabric
  • sleeves
  • sewing tools
KLB F 4 pg 106  
 

 

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3-4

 

1-2

Sleeves

  • types
  • preparation of set in sleeves
  • attaching
  • qualities of well-made sleeves
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to :

  • name types of sleeves
  • prepare and attach set in sleeves
  • qualities of a well-made sleeve
  • Teacher-learner discussion
  • practical preparation and attachment of sleeves
  • Fabrics
  • sewing tools
  • books
  KLB F4 pg 111
 

 

3-4 Facings and interfacings By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

  • Differentiate facings from interfacings
  • uses of facings and interfacings
  • Teacher-pupil discussion
  • practical attachment
  • Sewing tools
  • fabrics
  • interfacings
  • books
KLB F4 pg 116  
8 1-4 Speed test to

Include all processes

learnt

9 1-4 Preparation

For paper 3

Answering sample questions

10 1-4 Preparation for paper 1 exams By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to identify common

Mistakes  in exams

  • attempt several questions
  • Question and answering

 

  • Past papers
   

 

11 & 12 1-4 Paper 3
  • Speed test processes
  • On clothing
  • And construction.
   
14 1-4 Paper 3
  • Questions and answers
       
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2 1 PRE MOCK 1

EXAM REVISION

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

  • make corrections on pre mock 1 paper 3
  • Teacher pupil discussions
  • Past papers and marking scheme
Past papers  
  2&3 PRE MOCK 1

EXAM REVISION

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

  • make corrections on pre mock 1 paper 1
  • Teacher pupil discussions
  • Past papers and marking scheme
Past papers  
 

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4

1

PRE MOCK 1

EXAM REVISION

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

  • make corrections on pre mock 1 paper 2
  • Teacher pupil discussions
  • Working of speed test
  • Past papers and marking scheme
  • Sewing equip
  • Speed test
Past papers  
  2&3 PRE MOCK 2

EXAM

planning

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

  • Plan for  practical exam
  • Each learner prepares own plan
  • Question papers
  • Recipe books
Exam papers  
 

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5 1 PRE MOCK 2

EXAM REVISION

 

 

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

  • make corrections on pre mock 2 paper 3
  • Teacher pupil discussions
  • Past papers and marking scheme
Past papers  
 

 

 

 

 

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PRE MOCK 2

EXAM REVISION

PRE MOCK 2

EXAM REVISION

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

  • make corrections on pre mock 2 paper 1
  • make corrections on pre mock 2 paper 2
  • Teacher pupil discussions
  • Working of speed test
  • Past papers and marking schemes
  • Past papers and marking scheme
  • Sewing equip
  • Speed test
Past papers

 

 

Past papers

 
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7 1-4 REVISION OF    CONDENSED EXAM

 

8 1
  2-4 MID TERM BREAK

 

9 1-4 REVISION AND PREPARATION FOR MOCKS

PAPER 1

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

  • Get ready for mocks paper1
  • Teacher pupil discussions
  • Group discussions
  • Past papers and marking schemes
Form 1-4 syllabus  
10 1-4 REVISION AND PREPARATION FOR MOCKS

PAPER 2

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

  • Get ready for mocks paper1
  • Teacher pupil discussions
  • Working of speed test
  • Past papers and marking scheme
  • Sewing equip
  • Speed test
Form 1-4 syllabus  
11 1-4 REVISION AND PREPARATION FOR MOCKS

PAPER 3

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

  • Get ready for mocks

 

  • Teacher pupil discussions
  • Working of speed test
  • Trial planning
  • Past papers and marking schemes
Form 1-4 syllabus

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2-3 Revision of holiday assignment (paper 2) By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • Identify and rectify mistakes in paper 2

 

  • Teacher-pupil discussions
  • Marking schemes
  • Speed test
  • Past paper
Pre mock 2 paper 2 exam  
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1-4

Post mock exams
3 1-4 Preparation for paper 2 exam By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to correct areas in which he has difficulties in clothing construction processes

 

  • -Working of processes
  • -Sample speed test
  • -Discussions
  • Past papers
  • Sewing equipment and tools
  • Fabrics
   
4 1-4 Preparation for K.C.S.E paper 3 exams By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

  • Prepare recipes in readiness for planning exam
  • Improve on speed used in planning

 

  • -Sample planning tests
  • -Discussions
  • Past papers and marking schemes
  • Writing materials
   
5 1-4 Preparation for planning exam

 

K.C.S.E HOMESCIENCE PAPER 3 PLANNING EXAM

 

6 1-4 Preparation for K.C.S.E. PAPER 3 PRACTICALS

 

Revision for paper I

 

7 1-4 K.C.S.E PAPER 3 PRACTICALS

 

Revision for paper I

 

   
8-13 K.C.S.E EXAMS END OF TERM

 

 

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