Building Construction Scheme of Work SSS2 Lagos State

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Building Construction Scheme of work 2
Building Construction Scheme of work 2

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SSS2 Building Construction Scheme of Work First Term

WKSTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED CORE SKILLS  LEARNING RESOURCES
1WELCOMETEST/REVISION OF SS 1 WORK   
2Drawing and materials -DEFINITION A. principle of drainage Principle relating to uses of materials formation of drain Means of inspection and clearing, laying of pipes in straight lines air and water tightness: – use of traps- and water seals branches of drains ventilation of drains installation of rain water. pipes sink lavatory basins and bath Waste Connection of water closet Drains passing under a building B. materials -types, properties and manufacture of drainage materials cast iron pipes and fittings 2. Asbestos, cement, and fitting, Plastic pipes and fittings earthenware pipes and pipesBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: Define, identify and mention basic principles of drainage Identify and explain types of  drainage materials Explain the process of laying drainage in a domestic buildingStudents as a class brainstorm on the definition of drainage. Students in pars list materials for drainage Students in small groups explain principles of drainage–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Charts, video clips, drainage materials, drainage fitting https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/drain 

3DRAINAGE SYSTEMS AND ITS GENEAL TERMS System of drainage separate -system and Combine system terms used drainage work Sub soils drain, surface water, drain saver, sewage, sewerage, Easy bends, gulley traps, wastewater, waste appliances, waste pipe, soil pipe rain, water pipe, ventilation pipe, inspection: chamber, drain chute, roding eye, flinching, bendingBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: define terms commonly used in drainage worksStudents as a class identify various materials used in drainage systems   Students in pairs define terms commonly used in drainage works–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Charts, video clips, drainage materials, drainage fitting https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/drainage-system  

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4PLUMBING – Definition – Fitting a) Types of fittings in plumbing and sanitary works e.g. Soil fitting, waste water fittings. b) Common joints in pipe work, Galvanised joint, copper Mild Steel, Stainless, Plastic joint c) Tools and equipment: Wrench, Hacksaw, Stick and dye, diesel etc. d) Materials for joining pipe works: Heat, Gum fitting, Compression etc.. e) Use of marching for Benching: Threading – JoiningBy the end of the, lesson students should be able to: i.  Define plumbing ii. Identify various types of fittings in plumbing and sanitary work ii. Explain various tools and equipment used in plumbing.i. Identify the various types of fitting in plumbing. ii. State the quality of a good drainage iii. State the purpose of tools and equipment used in plumbing–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Pipes with accessories, gum, charts, pictures diagrams Plumbing fittings e.g. elbow, tee, socket, union, adaptor https://en.m.wikipedia..org/wiki/plumbling

5Electrical installation work Various kinds of symbols – One way switch – Two or three way switch Pendant switch – Switch socket outlet – Immersion heater Meter and cooker controlBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: i. Identify various symbols used in electrical installation ii. Explain common terms used in electrical installation works. iii. Describe methods of one way switch, two or three way switchesi. Students as a class identify electrical symbols ii. Students in pairs define common terms in electrical installation iii. Students in small groups identify types of materials in electrical work–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Charts, video clips, sample of electrical fittings and materials. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/electrical-installation

6Electrical installation terms and materials: – Ampere, ohms, voltage – Resistance fuse – Parallel and series connection – Resistivity Materials: – Metals – Plastics – Rubber -AsbestosBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: i, Identify various types of materials in electrical installation ii. Explains common terms used in electrical installationi. Students as a class identify materials used in electrical installation ii. Students in small groups explain Common terms in electrical installation e.g. ampere, ohms, voltage–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDI             VISUAL RESOURCES Charts. Video clips, sample of electrical materials. E.g. metals: plastics, etc. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/electrical-installation

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7 Mid – Term Break   
8Foundations – Concrete foundation – Site test of materials aggregate – Cement and waterB the end of the lesson students should be able to: i. Identify various test on concrete mixes ii. Explain different concrete operation.  i.  Students in small groups differentiate between reinforced and non-reinforced concrete foundation  ii. Students as a class Visit construction sites–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES
Posters, charts, video clips, drawing, construction sites. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/foundations

9Elementary test on – Concrete mixes -Concrete operationBy the end .bf the lesson students should be able to: i. Identify various test on concrete mixes ii. Explain different concrete operationi. Students as a class observe different types of test of concrete mixes ii. Students in small groups use different concrete operation–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Charts, video clips, real object. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/concrete-operation  
10Types of concrete Reinforcement of concrete – Mass concreteBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: Identify different types o concrete ii. Explain different between reinforced concrete and mass concretei. Students as a class explain different types of concrete ii. Students in small groups state the differences between reinforced concrete and mass concrete–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Video clips, charts, pictures https://en.m.wikiedia.org/wiki/reinforced-concrete  

11Practical projects A.. Mix Ratio – Concrete cubes -Floor slabs B. Formwork for beams and columns -Laying of blocks with concrete pillars at equal intervalsBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: i. Define mix ratio. ii. Describe the process of concrete cubes. production and floor slabs iii. use formwork for beams and columnsi. Students in pairs prepare a mix ratio i Students in small groups State the process of concrete cubes production iii. Students as a class prepare formwork for beams and columns–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Video clips charts, picture, shovel, concrete cubes, etc.
12REVISION    
13EXAMINATION    

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Building Construction Scheme of Work SSS2 Second Term

WKSTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED CORE SKILLS  LEARNING RESOURCES
1WELCOME TESTREVISION OF LAST TERM WORK   
2WALL Methods of walls construction Protection of wall surface against weather degradation comparison of load and non-load bearing walls Materials for loads and non-load bearing wall Free standing wall Preventive methodsBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: Describe methods of Wall construction of each type of wall Demonstrate the methods of protecting wall surface against weather erosion and physical damage Compare i.e. differences between load bearing arid non-load bearing walls Describe the materials for load – and non-load  bearing walls Explain the methods used to prevent-free standing wall from moisture penetrationStudents in small groups discuss the methods of protecting wall surface against weather degradation and physical damage Students as a class, Use charts to compare load bearing and non- load bearing walls Students in pair use real materials to discuss materials for wall construction Students in small groups discuss the methods of preventing moisture penetration in free standing wall–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Video clips charts, picture, visit to site https://en.m.wikiedia.org/wiki/walls   -‘

3DOOR AND DOOR FRAMES Types of door frame Door types Functions of door Selection of door types Construction of doors Methods of fixing door frames Use of breeze block, 150mm nail,By the end of the lesson students should be able to: Describe types of door frame Describe types of door Explain the functions of doors Demonstrate the methods of constructing doors Describe the methods of fixing door frames into wall openings Demonstrate theStudents discuss types of door and doors with the aid of sketches Students as a class discuss the functions of doors Students in pairs select doors and state their particular uses Students in small groups demonstrate the construction of types of doors and  Students in small groups demonstrate the following: -methods of bridging an opening in walls -Positioning or reinforcement in concrete lintel–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Charts, Pictures, Posters, Video Clips, Physical, Observation. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/doors

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6Columns and beams in walls Define column and beams Materials for columns and beams. Functions of column and beams. Reinforcement to columns and beamsBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: State the materials for columns and beams. Explain the functions of columns and beams Apply reinforcement steels to columns and beamsStudents as a class use models to discuss columns and beams Students in small groups observe real materials for columns and beams Students in pairs demonstrate production of the reinforcement steel for columns and beams                Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Video, clips, charts, pictures, wood. models of various types of roof construction site https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/columns-and-beams

7 MID TERM BREAK   
8Roofs: Types of . roofs Parts of types of roofs: wall plates, rafter, ridge piece, tie, roofs covering Terms in roof construction ROOF COVERING MATERIALS Safety precautions Roof construction Measures for preventing uplifts of roofsBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: Recognize types of roofs in building construction Acquire skills in roof construction Determine materials used for roof constructionStudents as a class use models, sketches and charts to discuss parts of roofs and their functions Students in small group discuss the terms in roofs construction Students as a class visit a site to observe construction Students in small group discuss models of roof Covering materials and demonstrate safety measures during fixing and handling of roof -materials Students in pairs demonstrate methods of constructing pitch and flat roofs. Students discuss measures form checking roof uplift during storm.–               Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Video clips, charts, pictures etc. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/roofs  
11PRACTICAL / PROJECT
i. Lay tiles and DPC
ii. Fix pipes of various kinds
    
12REVISIONREVISION   
13EXAMINATIONEXAMINATION   

Building Construction Scheme of Work SSS2 Third Term

WKSTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED CORE SKILLS  LEARNING RESOURCES
1WELCOME TEST / REVISION OF LAST TERM WORK    
2FIXING OF ROOF COVER — fixing of roof covering materials and safety during construction, Protection of roof from wind, rain, lightening Use of fascia – boards, concrete flashing and aluminum wind breakers safety requirementBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: i) Fix roof covering materials ii) Observe safety rules during roof construction iii). Construct V fascia board, concrete flashings and aluminium as wind breakers.  iv) List safety requirements during roof construction. – Critical thinking  & Problem solving – Communication & Collaboration. -Leadership & personal development 

3CEILINGS A purpose of ceiling Thermal insulation Sound insulation B. Properties of ceiling StrengthRigidity, aesthetic (beauty)By the end of the lesson students should be able to: I) Explain the purposes of ceiling II) Identify and explain parts of ceiling.i. Students as a class discuss purposes of ceilings ii Students in small groups State the properties of ceiling– Critical thinking  & Problem solving – Communication & Collaboration. -Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Video clips, charts, pictures Real objects   https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/ceilings  
4PARTS OF A CEILING A Purpose of ceiling Ceiling tiles (sheets)NogglioStruit Batten B. MATERIALS FOR CEILINGBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: i.  identity and explain parts of a ceiling ii.  Select appropriate materials used for ceilingI. Students in small groups identity parts of a ceiling II. Students as a class State and explain materials used for ceiling– Critical thinking  & Problem solving – Communication & Collaboration. -Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Celled and unceiled houses, video blips, pictures, charts etc. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/ceilings

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 • Asbestos sheet •  Cellutex sheet •  Hard Boards • Bamboo • Mats • Grass • Raffla    
5PLUMBING METHODS OF INSTALLATION Types of load work used in plumbing Roofs Gutters Eaves ValleysBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: i. State types of load work used in plumbing ii. Identity and explain methods of plumbing installationI. Students as a class demonstrate methods of plumbing installation II Students in peas Sketch types of lead work used in pluming– Critical thinking  & Problem solving – Communication & Collaboration. -Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Video clips, Charts, pictures, visits construction sites. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/plumbing-methods-of-installation      

6METHODS OF INSTALLATION Water closet (WC)  Wash land basin (W H B) Baths and showers Sinks • Septic tanks Manhole Soak away construction. •Water reservations – types and materialsBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: I.  Fix water closet, wash hand basin, baths and showers and sinks  II. Install pipes in septic tank manhole and soak away constructionI. Students in pairs fix water closet wash hand basin etc. II Students in small groups Sketch the systems of drainage pipe work III Students as a class state the purpose of septic tank arid soak away– Critical thinking  & Problem solving – Communication & Collaboration. -Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Pipes with accessories, charts, Pictures, Video clips https://en:m,wikipedia.org/wiki/plumbing-methods-of-installation
7MID TERM BREAK

8ELECTRICAL INSTALLTIO N AND ELECTRICAL SYMBOL • Types of wiringBy the end of the lesson students should be able to:. i. identify and explain types of wiringi. Students in small groups identity the electrical wiring, materials. ii. Students in pairs list the types of– Critical thinking  & Problem solving – Communication & Collaboration. -Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Video clips. Electrical wiring materials, Charis etc.


BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

WKSTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED  CORE SKILLSLEARNING RESOURCES
 Steel conduct • PCV conduct (Polynol Chloride) •M.I.C.S (Minerals insulated cooper sheathing T.R.S (Tough Rubber *Sheathing Surface)II state the uses of each electrical wiring materialselectrical wiring. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/electrical-installation

9IEE (Institute of Electrical Engineers) •. Regulations for electrical equipment of building Electricals symbols • Installation terms • Types of materials • Reasons for the choice of materialsBy the end of the lesson students should be able to: l. Discuss the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE) Identify and sketch electrical symbols ii. Identify various types of materials iii. State reasons for the choice of materials.I. Students as a class State the I.E.E regulations. II. Students in pairs Sketch electrical symbols Ill. Students in snail groups explain various types of electrical materials IV. Students in small groups State reasons for the choice of materials.                Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmentAUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES  Video clip Charts, Electrical wiring material  I.E.E regulations Etc. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/electricalinstallation
10PRACTICAL PROJECTS Wall Plastering -Floor Screening                  Critical thinking Problem solving –               Communication & Collaboration –               Leadership & personal developmenthttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/walls-and-floors

11PRACTICAL / PROJECT Surface wiring on the wall + Fix door frames Fix windows frames    
12REVISIONSREVISION   
13EXAMINATIONS    

ACHIEVEMENT STANDARDS FOR SSS 2, SESSION

At the end of the session, the students:

  • understand the principle of drainage
  • know the various types of fittings
  • are able to identify various types of materials in electrical work
  • know the difference between reinforced concrete and mass concrete
  • understand the process of concrete cubes production and floor slabs
  •  know how to use frame work for beams and columns
  • are able to demonstrate methods of protecting wall surface against weather erosion physical damage
  • understand methods of constructing doors
  • know the methods of constructing windows and window frames
  • are able to describe types of arches and lintels
  • know the method of bridging wall
  • know the safety rules and requirement during roof construction
  • are able identify and explain methods of plumbing installation
  • are able to recognize and sketch electrical symbols

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