Types of Packaging – Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Packaging Primary 6/Basic 6 Term 2 Week 3 Agriculture
THEME – PROCESSES OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
PREVIOUS LESSON – Packaging of Processed Food | Reasons for Packaging of Processed Food Primary 6/Basic 6 Term 2 Week 2 Agriculture
TOPIC – TYPES OF PACKAGING
2. Types of Packaging
3. Lesson Evaluation and Weekly Assessment (Test)
By the end of the lesson, most pupils should have attained the following objectives –
1. identify the types of packaging.
2. give examples of each type of packaging.
3. produce their own packaged products.
The pupils can identify packaged products.
The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of sample of packaged products or chart showing packaged products.
METHOD OF TEACHING
Choose a suitable and appropriate methods for the lessons.
Note – Irrespective of choosing methods of teaching, always introduce an activities that will arouse pupil’s interest or lead them to the lessons.
1. Scheme of Work
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CONTENT OF THE LESSON
LESSON 1 – INTRODUCTION
Packaging are materials used for wrapping or protecting goods for distribution, storage, sale or personal use.
Cup, can, plastic, bottle, polythene, paper or paperboard, etc. are materials used for packaging products.
TYPES OF PACKAGING
There are three (3) types of packaging,
1. Primary packaging
2. Secondary packaging
3. Tertiary packaging
Find the meaning of primary, secondary and tertiary packaging with appropriate examples.
LESSON 2 – TYPES OF PACKAGING
Primary packaging is the package that has direct contact with the products.
It is used used to protect or preserve the product from contamination.
Primary packaging is known as unit or consumer packaging because it is what the consumer sees at sale point.
This kind of packaging is designed for the consumers.
Examples of primary,
- One pack of indomine
- One tin of peak milk
- One pack of mini cracker
- One pack maggi cube
- One bottle coke, etc.
Secondary packaging is the packaging of two or more primary packages.
This kind of packaging is designed for the middlemen.
Examples of secondary packaging are,
- One carton of indomine – 40 packs
- One carton of peak milk – 24 tins
- One carton of mini cracker – 150 packs
- One satchel of Knorr chicken – 50 cubes
- One create of coke – 24 bottles
Tertiary packaging is the packaging of two or more secondary packages.
It is used to package larger quantities or protect shipping products.
Tertiary packaging is known as bulk or transit packaging.
This kind of packaging is designed mainly for the wholesalers.
Examples of tertiary packaging are,
- brown cardboard boxes
- wood pallets
- shrink wrap
To deliver the lesson, the teacher adopts the following steps – he/she,
1. Revises the previous lesson based on the pupil’s related knowledge or experience.
Pupil’s Activities – Participate actively in lesson review.
2. Displays one of three or five processed food. For examples – indomine, tin milk, coaster biscuit, knorr chicken and bottle of coke.
3. Asks pupils to identify and state the number of each product in carton if indomine, tin milk and coater biscuit, satchel of Knorr chicken and create of coke.
Pupil’s Activities – Response to the questions correctly.
4. Uses pupils responses to introduce the lesson – types of packaging.
5. Explains and illustrates each types of packaging.
Pupil’s Activities – Pay attention to the lesson introduction to understand the concept of each type of packaging.
6. Asks pupils to find the meaning of each type of packaging.
Pupil’s Activities – find the meaning of each type of packaging at home.
7. Uses pupil’s findings to lead a discussion on the types of packaging with appropriate examples.
Pupil’s Activities – Participate actively in the class discussion.
8. Guides pupils to identify the similarities and differences between each type of packaging with appropriate examples.
Pupils Activities – State produce their own packaged products.
9. Guides pupils in pairs or groups to produce their own packaged products.
Pupil’s Activities – Produce their own packaged products.
10. Asks pupils to analyze the importance of packaged products.
Pupil’s Activities – State the importance of packaging.
11. Summarizes the lesson on the board.
Pupil’s Activities – Participate actively in lesson summary and write as instructed.
To conclude the lesson for the week, the teacher revises the entire lesson and links it to the following week’s lesson.
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Ask pupils to:
1. state 3 types of packaging.
2. give 5 examples of each type of packaging.
3. discuss the relationship and the different between each type of packaging.
5. produce their own packaged products.