Home Economics Scheme of Work for Junior Secondary School (JSS 1)

 

 

HOME ECONOMICS

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 1)

FIRST TERM

 

WEEKS TOPICS/CONTENT

 

1. INTRODUCTION TO HOME ECONOMICS

I. Meaning of Home Economics

II. Areas of Home Economics

III. Relationship of Home Economics  to Other Subjects

 

2. HOME ECONOMICS AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

I. Career Opportunities in Home Economics

II. Career Requirements in Home Economics

III. Importance of Home Economics to the Individual, Family and Nation

 

3. THE HUMAN BODY

I. Structure and Parts of the Hair and Eyes

II. Functions of the Hair and Eyes

III. Care and Grooming of the Hair and Eyes

 

4. THE HUMAN BODY

I. Structure and Parts of the Ears and Nose

II. Functions of the Ears and Nose

III. Care and Grooming of the Ears and Nose

 

5. THE HUMAN BODY

I. Structure and Parts of the Skin

II. Functions of the Skin

III. Care of the Skin

 

6. THE HUMAN BODY

I. Structure of the Teeth, Hands and Feet

II. Functions of the Teeth, Hands and Feet

III. Care of the Teeth, Hands and Feet

7. GOOD POSTURE AND EXERCISE

I. Meaning of Posture and Exercise

II. Importance of Good Posture and Exercise

III. Guidelines for maintaining Good Posture and Exercising the Body

 

8. HEALTHY FEEDING AND EATING PRACTICES 

I. Healthy feeding practices include eat adequate diet, use of food in season etc.

II. Healthy Eating Habits like Washing hands before and after eating, Keeping mouth closed while eating, Chewing food properly, etc.

 

9. HEALTHY FEEDING AND EATING PRACTICES 

I. Effects of Unhealthy Feeding

II. Practices e.g margemus, kwashiorkor, obesity, etc.

III. Food Activities – Uses, Misuse and Defection

 

10. HEALTHY FEEDING AND EATING PRACTICES

I. Food Contaminants

II. Harmful Substances that should not be consumed, e.g. banned additives, spoilt fruits, undercooked food etc.

III. Meaning of Drug Abuse

IV. Effect of Drug Abuse in the Body

 

11. | 12. REVISION AND EXAMINATION

 

 

HOME ECONOMICS

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 1)

SECOND TERM

WEEKS TOPICS/CONTENTS

1. REVISION OF LAST TERM’S WORK

I. Introduction to Home Economics

II. The Human Body

III. Good Posture and Exercise

IV. Healthy Feeding and Eating Practices

 

2. THE FAMILY

I. Meaning of the Family

II. Types of Family

III. The Family Tree

 

3. THE HOME

I. Meaning and Characteristics of a Home

II. Difference between a Home and a House

III. Explain the Meaning of Domestic Violence

IV. Guide against Domestic Violence

 

4. CARE OF THE FAMILY HOUSE

I. Reasons for Care of the House

II. Equipment, Tools and Materials needed to Care for the House

III. Daily and Weekly Care of the Family

IV. Waste Disposal

 

5. PRODUCTION OF CLEANING AGENTS, DEODORANTS, COSMETICS

I. Types of Home Made Cleaning Agent

II. Uses of Cleaning Agents

III. Preparation of Cleaning Agents – Prepare Home Made Polish and different Types of Cleaning Agents

 

6. USES OF HOME MADE POLISH AND CLEANING AGENTS

I. Types of Cosmetics

II. Materials and Tools required for Making Cosmetics, e.g. Pomade, Cream and Deodorants

III. Production of Cosmetics

 

7. PRODUCTION OF HOME – MADE CLEANING AGENTS

I. Safety, Quality and Regulatory Control of Cosmetics Products in Nigeria

II. Roles of Regulatory Bodies of NAFDAC, Son, etc.

 

8. FAMILY NEEDS, GOALS AND STANDARDS

I. Meaning and Types of Family Needs and Wants

II. Meaning of family Goals and Standards

III. List Family Needs, e.g. Food, Clothing, Shelter, etc.

 

9. FAMILY NEEDS, GOALS AND STANDARD

I. Relationship among Family Needs, Goals and Standards

II. Explain Family Resource Management

III. Uses of Family Needs, goals and Standard in Resource Management

 

10. DECISION MAKING IN THE FAMILY

I. Meaning and Steps in Decision Making

II. Simple Personal and Family Decisions

 

11. | 12. REVISION AND EXAMINATION

 

 

HOME ECONOMICS

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS 1)

THIRD TERM

WEEKS TOPICS/CONTENTS

 

1. BASIC SEWING PROCESSES

I. Permanent Stitches

II. Temporary Stitches

III. Make Different Types of Temporary Stitches, e.g. tailor’s tacking, oven hasting, etc.

IV. Make Different Permanent stitches e.g. running, tack, hemming, etc.

 

2. BASIC SEWING PROCESSES

I. Decorative stitches e.g. satin

II. Stem, herringbone, cross, etc.

III. Seams

 

3. PRODUCTION OF CLOTHING AND HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES/CRAFTS

I. List and explain simple relevant household articles and crafts

II. Tools, Equipments and Materials for making a Simple Relevant Articles and Crafts

 

4. PRODUCTION OF CLOTHING AND HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES/CRAFTS

I. Construction of Simple Relevant, e.g. apron, cap, needlework, bag, headrest, table mat, puffs, purse, curtain holder, bibs, armrest, shopping bag, napkins, handkerchief, headtie., etc.

II. Production of income yielding crafts e.g tie/dye, batik fabrics.

 

5. PUBERTY, ADOLESCENCE, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS (STIs), HIV/AIDS AND HUMAN RIGHTS

I. Meaning of Puberty and Adolescence

II. Describe the signs of puberty in boys and girls

 

6. ADOLESCENCE, HUMAN RIGHTS

I. Needs and challenges of the adolescence

II. Fundamental human rights and rights and rights of the child

 

7. SEXUALITY TRANSMITTED INFECTION (STIs, HIV/AIDs)

I. Explain the Meaning of STIs and HIV/AIDs

II. Explain the Causes, Signs and Prevention of STIs, HIV/AIDs

 

8. FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT

Fundamental Human Right and Rights of the Child

 

9. ENTERTAINMENT IN THE HOME

I. Meaning of Entertainment, Host/Hostess and Guests

II. Writing of Invitation Letter

III. Table Laying (Lay Table for Entertainment)

 

10. ENTERTAINMENT IN THE HOME/ PREPARATION FOR ENTERTAINMENT 

I. Importance of Entertainment and Table Laying

II. Types of Entertainment Styles e.g. Buffet, Cocktail, Tray Service, and Table Service

III. Explain different of types entertainment styles

 

11. REVISION

 

12. EXAMINATION

 

 

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