Furniture Making Scheme of Work SSS2 Lagos State

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Furniture Making Scheme of work
Furniture Making Scheme of work

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SSS2 Furniture Making Scheme of Work First Term

WKSTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED CORE SKILLSLEARNING RESOURCES
1REVISION    
2Machine shop safety precautions in the use of power machines Safety rules for handling portable power machinesBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                                  I. Explain woodwork machine safety                                                                        2. Identify machine shop safety                 3. List safety to be observed when opera 1mg powered machine and portable power machines– Identity woodwork machine safety/materials draw safety kits                        -to show safety protection gadgets• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                         • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES                         Visit to woodwork machine shop, video clips                                   B. WEB RESOURCES
3Power Tool SafetyBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                                                   i. List power tools safety to be observed                                                              ii. Identify power tool machine                            iii. Outline safety habit in the machine shopStudents as a class select. P.P.E wears• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                         • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES B. WEB RESOURCES

4Manufacture Board and TypesBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                                                   i. Define manufacture board 1.                          ii. Explain how plywood a being produced                                                          iii. Debate briefly on cheap board, hare board, particle board and others                                                                             iv.  List the uses of this boardI.) students examine l8ply, (3mm, 6mm, 12mm, l8mm)ply for students to see                                      ii.) Students display cheap board, hard board, particle board, laminated board (HDF, MDF) in groups.• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                         • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES       Charts, Video Clips and Real Boards B. WEB RESOURCES
5Advantages of Manufactured BoardBy the end of the lesson, students should able to:                                                     i. State the advantages of plywood over solid board or wood. ii. Identify the advantage of plywood over solid wood iii. Make a comparison of boards (1.4 manufacture board)Students as an individuals sketch plywood-solid board etc -differentiate them with a chart in different groups over solid wood. 3. make a comparison of boards (6mm) a manufacturing board• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                         • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES      Charts and Real Objects                      B.WEB RESOURCES

6Field Trip                              Visit a Furniture IndustryVisit a furniture industry in your locality to see manufactured board • Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                         • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES                   B. WEB RESOURCES

WKSTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED CORE SKILLSLEARNING RESOURCES
7MIDTERM BREAK
8Wood AdhesiveBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to: i. Explain the term wood adhesive in the student own word ii. List the three classes of adhesive protein glue, synthetic resin, contact glue iii. Identify types of adhesive under each class iv. Show sample of adhesive under each classstudents as a class identify different types of adhesives• Communication and Collaboration • Leadership and Personal development •Critical thinking and Problem solving •Creativity and Imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES            Erotic, Cabin glue, Exposy glue, White glue B. WEB RESOURCES
9Wood Adhesive Protein glue (Animal glue)By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: i. Briefly explain the production of animal glue ii. itemize materials for production iii. Demonstrate the preparation in the production iv. List some of its advantages and disadvantagesstudents as a class demonstrate the preparation of Animal glue• Communication and Collaboration • Leadership and Personal development •Critical thinking and Problem solving •Creativity and Imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES                             Chart, Sample of Animal glue B. WEB RESOURCES

10Word Adhesive Caseing glueBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to: i. State the materials for producing casing glue ii. Demonstrate the preparation of glue for use iii. State the advantage and disadvantagesStudents as at class state materials used for producing caseing adhesives                 – group the students to mix the adhesive in the workshop• Communication and Collaboration • Leadership and Personal development •Critical thinking and Problem solving •Creativity and Imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES                                               Posters, Video Clips and Charts B. WEB RESOURCES
11Wood Adhesive Synthetic resin and glue termsBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to: i. identifying the types of synthetic ii. List the characteristics iii. Prepare (PVA) Polyvinyl Acetate glue for workshop use, show preparation of exposes. iii. Demonstrate the preparation of PVA to students iv. List the glue term v. Briefly explain each term in reaction to woodwork– students as a class creates charts to show the preparation of PVA adhesive• Communication and Collaboration • Leadership and Personal development •Critical thinking and Problem solving •Creativity and Imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES   Posters and Charts B. WEB RESOURCES
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Furniture Making Scheme of Work SSS2 Second Term

WKSTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED CORE SKILLSLEARNING RESOURCES
1Revision of last term’s work    
2Screws and NailsBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                                  i. List types of sc: w used in woodwork trade                                             ii. Outline the uses of screws listed                                                     iii Identify types f nails used in wood trade                                                       iv. State the use of the nails                                     v sketch to show the difference between the screws-Students as an individuals sketches different types of nail and label it on a cardboard in different respective groups and present a form of presentation in class• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                                     • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES                         Nail samples                    Screw samples     Poster and Charts                 B. WEB RESOURCES
3Screws and Nails  Uses of screws and nailsBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                                  1. Explain the u as of nails French nail, tack nails, clout nails, Wire nail, decorative nails, roofing nails 2. Identify the uses of these screws slot screws, round head screw raised head screws, stars screws, buttress screw                                                                    3. Describe how-to pre-bore hole for screws                                                                   4. Prepare a counter sink for a counter sunk screw using counter sink bit or snail bit– Students identify nail and where they are used                                              – students are provided into groups to sketch different nails and label ltd parts                             – students are grouped into screws and nails and present a chart showing the different types of screws and nails• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                                 • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES                  – different types of nail                                    – different types of screw                                  – screw drivers of different head drilling machine bits                                  B. WEB RESOURCES

4Wood work portable Power toolsBy the end of the lesson, student should be able to:                                            1. identify portable power machine used in wood work                                          2. List the types if portable Power tools                                                                   3. State their uses/functions                          4. demonstrate their uses to the studentStudents in small groups list the precaution that should be observed when using portable power tools                                         sketch then, to students with their importance• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                                             • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES                       Jig saw, Router, Cross Cutting, drilling etc B. WEB RESOURCES
5Design fundamentalsBy the end of the lesson, student should be able to:                                            1. Produce the working drawing      2.front elevation                                       3.side elevation                                         4. plan elevation                                     5.Demonstrate how to draw to the students .Students in small groups to necessary  drawing instruments to produce different kind of drawing• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                                • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A.AUDIO VISUAL RSOURCES    Posters, Chart view Pictorial view                B. WEB RESOURCES

6Preliminary sketches Design of center tableBy the end of the lesson, student should be able to:                                     1. produce the sketches of a centre table in -i free hand sketch.                    2. demonstrate or students how to draw with free hand sketchesStudents ass class identify types of centre table• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                                    • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCS             Video clips, chart B. WEB RESOURCES

FURNITURE MAKING

WKSTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED CORE SKILLSLEARNING RESOURCES
7MIDTERM BREAK
8Wood Project DesignBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. Prepare a working drawing for the center table in week 6-2 with the use of the following instruments: drawing board, sets square 30° ,60°,45°,French curve Tee square and Drawing shoelStudents are to:                – produce the working drawing, showing elevation front, side plan and pictorial details of the joint used• Communication and Collaboration • Leadership and Personal development • Critical thinking and Problem solving • Creativity and Imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES            Chart, magazine B. WEB RESOURCES
9Setting out of jointsI.) Define setting out                                  ii.) Identify the various ways of setting out in joints                              iii.) Sketch methods of setting out                                                     iv.) Demonstrate method of setting out joints to students-Students list out tools used for setting out of joints.• Communication and Collaboration • Leadership and Personal development • Critical thinking and Problem solving • Creativity and Imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES                         Tools, Software and Video clips B. WEB RESOURCES
10(a) Basic concepts of entrepreneurship (b) Entrepreneurship education                                 (c) Qualities of an entrepreneur                   (d) Importance of entrepreneurshipBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                    1. explain, the term entrepreneurship                                            2. examine the concept entrepreneurship education critically;                                                3. Outline the importance entrepreneurship;                                             4. analyse the qualities of entrepreneur an1. Whole class discussion on the meaning of entrepreneurship.          2. Students, in small groups, discuss the term entrepreneurship education and share their knowledge the class                                                               3. Students, as a class, discuss the importance of entrepreneurship.                     4. Students, in the same groups, ethically analyze the qualities of an entrepreneur,• Communication and Collaboration • Leadership and Personal development • Critical thinking and Problem solving • Creativity and Imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURC S Charts pictures, video clips B WEB RESOURCES www.smallbusiness.cron.com.basic.com www.businessmanagementideas.com

11Wood Project DesignBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:               1. Design a simple toilet cabinet showing front elevation, side elevation, section plan, pictorial and details 2 Guide tie students on the drawingStudents to demonstrate the uses of drawing instrument to produce the working drawing• Communication and Collaboration • Leadership and Personal development • Critical thinking and Problem solving • Creativity and Imagination.AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES Drawing board, set square pencil, eraser, postal or chart drawing sheet                         B. WEB RESOURCES  
12REVISION    
13EXAMINATION    

Furniture Making Scheme of Work SSS2 Third Term

WKSTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED CORE SKILLSLEARNING RESOURCES
1REVISION OF LAST TERM’S WORK Furniture Construction Frame ConstructionBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                                  1. what is framing joint                                         2. list types of frame construction                                    3. sketch two types of tame constructionStudents in small groups to state all they know about framing joints• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                                     • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES               A cabinet for demonstration chart or postal showing types of car case construction             WEB RESOURCES
2Car case joint/ConstructionBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                                            1. what is wood joint                                 2.1ist joint under car case joint                 3. sketch joint under case construction                                             4.explain the use of joint for car case construction– Students as a class exposed to car ace• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                                     • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VIUAL RESOURCES Bed slide cabinet                                 B. WEB RESOURCES

3Construction of a Bad side cabinetBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                                            1. prepare the members                            2. Demonstrate the preparation for:                                                                      i. Mark out joints                                           ii. Cut out the joint                                           iii. Assemble the parts temporary iv. Glue and cramp parts together-Students are given different types of joint to d aw on a cardboards• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                                     • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES            Charts, Video clips, real objects B. WEB RESOURCES
4Meaning of forms of upholsteryBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                                            1. what is upholstery                                 2. list the classes or forms of upholstery                                                                  3. state the material for  upholstery.                                                        4. explain the uses of upholstery-Students to state or mention types of upholstery tools they know.• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                                     • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES            Staple gun, scissors, magnet hammer needle etc. B. WEB RESOURCES

5Tools used in upholstery ConstructionBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                                          1. list the different tools used in upholstery work                                        2. identify the tools                                      3. state their uses               Sketch upholstery tools• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                                     • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES                              Real Machine tools for demonstration B. WEB’RESOURCES
6Machine Tools used in upholsteryBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                                                1. identify machine used in upholstery and their uses                                     2.list.lhe important safety device for each machine listed                                    3. state the functions of each machine listed                                                                           4. describe two precautions to be observed                                                           5. demonstrate how to use the machine for the students –Students in small groups practice on the machine,• Communication and collaboration.                      • Leadership and personal                                     • Critical thinking and problem solving.                              • Creativity and imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES                               B. WEB RESOURCES

WKSTOPICSLEARNING OBJECTIVESLEARNING ACTIVITIESEMBEDDED CORE SKILLSLEARNING RESOURCES
7MIDTERM BREAK
8Construction of upholstery single seat chair (project)By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                    1. produce the working drawing of upholstery style  2. prepare the materials for the upholstery seat chair                      3. mark out the (joint                             4. Cut the joint accurately/clothes together with foamStudents prepare wood plywood                                         – Materials                                    – Mark the joint                                         – Cut the joints                                    –  Assemble the frame          – Fastener, nail or screw                                                – Foam, clothes etc.• Communication and Collaboration • Leadership and Personal development • Critical thinking and Problem solving • Creativity and Imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES            Wood/plywood, hammer, fastener, nail, webber WEB RESOURCES
9Basic concepts of marketing.                             (a) Meaning of marketing                                (b) Methods of marketing                              (c) Importance of marketing                          (d) Marketing/ distribution channel chart.By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                    1. describe the term marketing;                                              2. examine the methods of marketing;                                          3. analyse the importance of marketing;                                                           4. Create a flow chart of the marketing of channel distribution.1, Students, as a class, brainstorm on the term marketing.                                                                              2. Whole class discussion on the different methods of marketing                                     3. Small group discussion on why marketing is important.                                 4. Small groups activities on chart of distribution channels of marketing.• Communication and Collaboration • Leadership and Personal development • Critical thinking and Problem solving • Creativity and Imagination.A. AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES  B. WEB RESOURCES https://marketbusinessnews.financial/grossary/maretinglocal/amp/ https://www.researchgate.figure/marketing-channel-distribution-for-plaintains-Abidjan-cote-divore-figi-273770927

10Marketing continued                          (a) Produce Branding.                                (b) Product Packaging                          (c) Costing                           (d) PricingBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:                   1. highlight the factors to considered in product price tag distinguish between the term packaging and Branding                                                3. develop feasibility study for setting up a profitable business or a production unit 4. creatively design a befitting package for their products. ‘1. Whole class discussion on the factors to be considered before fixing a product price.     2. Students in pairs discuss the differences between packaging & branding.                                                  3.  Students in small groups present a feasibility study of a said production or business setup (Group project).                                                                            4. Student, in the Same groups, produce or come up with befitting packages for their products.• Communication and Collaboration • Leadership and Personal development • Critical thinking and Problem solving • Creativity and Imagination.A. AUDFO VISUAL RES( Branded products                                      Packaged products                              Pictures                                                          Chart B. WEB RESOURCES www.brandingmag.com www.resources.mojome www.packaging.com www.smallbusiness.hro www.vegcropshotline.org
12REVISION    
13EXAMINATION    

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