Store Management Scheme of Work for SS 1 Federal

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Store Management Scheme of work
Store Management Scheme of work

Education Resource Centre Business Teaching Syllabus. Federal Store Management Scheme of Work for SS 1 –


1REVISION OF JSS EXAMINATIONTeacher revises past questions with student
2INTRODUCTION TO STORE MANAGEMENT                               – Meaning and objectives               – Importance of store management – Functions of store managerTeacher explains the concept and objectives of store management. Students identify the importance and function visit to a typical store in their locality.
3COMPONENTS OF STORE MANAGEMENT                               – Characteristics of store management                        – Customer services:- meaning, types and benefits.                         Explain and discuss characteristics, meaning, types and benefits of the topic. Students participate in the discussion.
4PRIMARY FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT AS THEY RELATE TO             STORE MANAGEMENT Planning/organizing – meaning and benefits  – Leading/directing and controlling meaning and benefit                       – Staffing – meaning/stages involve in staff          recruitment                          Discusses the functions of management, illustrates functions with examples in the Student environment. Students participate in the discussion and ask questions. Visit a typical store that operate base on Managerial function.  
5STORE ESTABLISHMENT          – Meaning/factors that affect store establishment – Competition and types of business.                               – Size of business                           List points to consider as factors in establishing a store and discuss them,   Students take note of the explanation and also participate in the discussion.                Charts showing factors to be considered in establishing a store.
– Security and capital                   
   – Experience                        
– Source of supply.
7INTRODUCTION TO RETAILING AND WHOLESALING – Concept of retailing :- meaning and functions. – Factors to be considered in setting up a trade                             – Types of retail trade                      Teacher discusses concept, functions and types of retailing. Students note explanation and participate.
8MODERN TREND IN RETAILING – Self-service and branding                       – Automatic vending                                    – Pre-packaging and e-retail sales                                                                                                                                   Teacher defines each modern trend in retailing, discusses each of them. Students participate and attempt identifying the differences. Visit to a standard store or organization where self-service, branding, automatic vending, etc is in operation.
9CONCEPT OF WHOLESALER    – Meaning of wholesaling and wholesaler – Functions of a wholesaler to the manufacturer and retailer.  – Types of wholesaler.        Teacher discusses and defines concept, types,  and function of wholesaling          Students note and participate in the discussion.   
10INTRODUCTION TO WARE HOUSE                                              – Meaning of ware housing and ware house, and types of ware house.  – Importance of ware house.         – Problems that affect the siting of ware house                                      Teacher defines and discusses meaning, types and importance of ware house. Students participate by identifying the importance of ware  house.                        Visit a typical ware house in your locality or take a trip.
11INTRODUCTION TO TRANSPORTATION                      – Meaning and means of transportation:-land, water, air and pipeline                                              – Land – benefits and problems    – Water – benefits and problems  Discuss and list the different means of transportation, their benefits and problems. Students participate and ask questions. Take a trip to any airport, seaport etc.       Charts showing types transportation.     
12TRANSPORTATION                      – Air and pipeline – benefits and problems        – Factors that determine the means of transportation: cost, risk, distance, etc.                         – Documents used in the various means of transportation – Airway bill, bill of lading, etc.                      Teacher discusses and list various documents used for transportation Students participate and ask questions. Documents used in various means of     transportation e.g. bus ticket, airway bill, bill of lading, etc.

Education Resource Centre Business Teaching Syllabus. Federal Store Management Scheme of Work for SS 1 –


1REVISION AND INTRODUCTION TO STOCK   – Revision of first term examination – Stock control – meaning of stock, control and reasons for holding stock,  – Types of stock:       i) Work in progress ii) Consumable materials iii) Finished goods                          Teacher revises last term work and explain the meaning of stock and stock control, reason for holding stock and types of stock.                                               Students listen, note and ask questions.     Past question paper, charts showing types of stock.  
2TYPES OF STOCK                        – Maintenance materials and components – Types of stock record – bin card, stock card – Stock requisition form, purchasing and the issuing procedure.                            List/explain different types of stock records students note and draw different stock   records. Stock records – stock card, bin card, stock list
3METHODS OF STOCK CONTROL:                                       – Manual method:                             i) Perpetual method             ii) Periodic method                           – Benefits and problems of each.  – Continuous stock tally:                 i) Computerized methods               ii) Meaning, benefits and problems – Stock accounting and verification: purpose, procedure and reason for stock discrepancies.                       Teacher discusses different methods of stock control, takes students to computerize store. Discusses stock accounting, verification, purpose, procedure and reasons for discrepancies. Chart showing procedure for stock accounting and verification.
4LEVELS OF STOCK CONTROL – Maximum level – benefits and problems-Minimum level – benefits and problems Reorder levels – benefits and problems- First in first out (FIFO) – benefits and problems, factors to be considered.     List and describe different levels of stock, explain benefits and           problems. Students participate in listing the benefits and problems.                                       
5METHOD OF ISSUING STOCK   – Last – In – First – Out (LIFO) – meaning and benefit – Problems of LIFO                           – Factors to be considered.            List ways of issuing             stock and explain them.  Students listen and ask questions
6INTRODUCTION TO PRICING    – Meaning and objectives               – Types of pricing method:  i) market skimming ii) product line and their benefit and problems. – Factors influencing pricing decision                                            Teacher explains pricing, state and describes types of pricing.  Students participate in the discussion of types of pricing.                                List prices on cardboard paper.                
7PRICING METHODS                      – 1.Mark-up and mark-down : – benefits, problems, and                  – a)Target on return pricing and    – b)Variable pricing – benefits and problems.       – 2. Organizational policy – a) Meaning of organizational policy – b) Characteristics of policies. – 3 Policy decision – a) on employment  – b) Customer services – c) Code of conduct                       Teacher list the method benefits and problems of pricing and explain each of them. Teacher gives and    explain the meaning of organizational policy. Students listen and ask questions. Chart showing code of conduct characteristics of policies.                           
8POLICY DECISIONS          1. a) Health and safety        b) Finances                           c) Fraud                                 d) Recycling etc. 2. Organizational standard and culture                       – Definition, explanation and form of organizational standard. e.g. Code of 3. Productivity standard: customer service, human resources standard, dress standard (Code).Teacher explains the following terms: standard, productivity standard, standard for customer satisfaction. Students listen and ask questions. Screen projector and laptop.         
9QUALITY ASSURANCE STANDARD 1.  Quality assurance standard, marketing standard, corporate presentation, documentation of standard, benefits of using standards 2. Organizational culture a. Meaning of organizational culture b. Types 3. Attitude to work (b) Relationship with workers (c) Relationship with boss (d) dress code (e) Benefits of organizational culture                    Teacher explain quality assurance standard, marketing standards etc. students listen and ask questions Teacher uses role play to explain type of Organizational culture; attitude to customers, relationship with co-workers and boss etc. Students watch films, participate in role- play, ask questions and take notes. Teaching Resources -Role play      -Screen projector -Laptop    
10Business Communication I. Meaning, goals of communication, importance of communication, importance of communication II. Types of communication: Oral- benefits & problemsWritten communication- benefits  & problemsNon- verbal- benefits & problems III. Barriers to effective communication Forms of communicationTeacher gives the meaning of business communication, importance Lists types of communication, benefits and problems. Students listen, participate and ask questions.  

Education Resource Centre Business Teaching Syllabus. Federal Store Management Scheme of Work for SS 1 –



1Business Documents I. meaning & types- a. business letter b. business memo, meaning and preparation II. business reports- meaning and preparation III. Circular- meaning & preparation IV. Notices- meaning & preparationTeacher defines meaning & types of business documents. Students listen, ask questions. Teaching Resources Business Documents  
2Electronic Communication I. Meaning, means of electronic communication (a) Fax; explain & demonstrate the use (b) Telephone; explain II.Email- explain & demonstrate (d) radio message- explain III. Electronic money transfer- explain& demonstrate the use.  Teacher defines electronic communication, explains and demonstrates use of electronic means of communication. -Students listen, join in the discussion, observe the communication gadgets while on excursion and discuss in class. Teaching Resources Fax machine, telephone, internet etc or trip to organizations that use these means of electronic communications.
3Business Law- meaning, I. aspects of business law (a) sale of goods act- meaning, features, implied provisions of sale of goods act 1993. II. Rights of the seller & buyer III. law of contract; meaning, features of contract (a) offer & acceptance (b) considerationTeacher gives the meaning. -state  sale of goods act -explain contract, rights of the seller & buyer to the buyer. -students listen, ask questions, participate in class discussion. Teaching Resources Chart showing features of sale of goods, rights of seller and buyers etc
4Law of contract cont. I. Intention to create legal backing (d) certainty terms of agreement II.(e)All the parties must have constructional capacity. III.(f) The concept of the parties must be genuine (g) formalities of a contractThe resource person discusses intention to create legal backing. Students listen, note the points and ask questions.   Teaching Resources Bring in a resource person eg a lawyer.  
5I. The object of a contract must be legal. It must be possible to perform II. Discharge of contract (b) Circumstances in which contract can be frustrated III. Remedies for breach of contract.The resource person with the teacher discusses the object of a contract, discharge of contract. Students note points, ask questions. Teaching Resources Resource person e.g. a lawyer.  
6Business Law cont. I. Law of agency (a) Money duties of the principal, rights of the principal II. Agents, meaning, characteristics and III. Classification of agentsResource person discusses duties of the principal & rights. -Meaning, character and classification of agents. -Students listen, ask questions. Teaching Resources Resource person e.g. lawyer.
7I. Appointment of an agent II. Agency cont. III. Duties of an agent, rights of an agent.Teacher discusses duties of an agent, students listen, ask questions. Teaching Resources Chart showing duties of an agent.
8Termination of an agency II. (a).Contract of employment meaning (b) duties of an employer III. Rights of employers  Teacher discusses, students participate and ask questions Teaching Resources Chart showing duties of an employer, rights etc
9Contract of employment cont. I. Duties of an employee II. Rights of an employee III. Rights of a woman in employment of dismissal of employment III. Termination of contract of employmentTeacher discusses duties/rights of an employee. -Students participate, note points etc Teaching Resources Chart showing duties/ rights of employee  
10Government regulation on business I. Meaning, reasons for government regulation of business. II. Methods of government regulation of business. III. Benefits of e- governmentTeacher discusses meaning, reasons, method and benefits derived from the handbook and other textbooks. Teaching Resources Handbook on government regulation on business.  
11Government regulatory agencies I. Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON)- meaning, functions II. NAFDAC- meaning & functions III. EFCC- meaning, duties IV. NDLEA- meaning & functions  Teacher with the resource person discusses regulatory agencies and functions. -Students listen, ask questions. Teaching Resources Resource person from NAFDAC, SON, EFCC,

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