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11Drawing.Geometrical Construction.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to;

(a). Identify different career fields where the knowledge of geometrical construction could be applied in the locality.

(b). Discuss the different career fields where knowledge of geometrical construction could be applied in the locality.

(c). Construct objects found at school, at home and in the community using geometric construction knowledge.

(d). Appreciate the career fields that regularly use geometry.

·      In groups, pairs, individually, learners are guided to:

·      identify the different career fields where knowledge of geometrical construction could be applied in the community.

·      Search and discuss the different career fields where knowledge of geometrical construction could be applied in the locality.

·      apply geometry in different career fields

·      Visit a workplace to learn about the people they employ to use geometrical construction skills.

Where can geometrical construction be applied?Top Scholar Pre-Technical pg 152-153.

Digital devices

Charts.

Realia

Observation schedule.

Written test

Assessment rubric.

Oral questions.

2Drawing.Geometrical Construction – Importance of Geometrical Construction.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a).State the importance of geometrical construction in everyday life.

(b). Discuss the importance of geometrical construction in everyday life.

(c). Summarize and present points on the importance of geometrical construction in everyday life.

(d). Appreciate the importance of geometrical construction in everyday life.

·      In groups,pairs,learners are guided to:

·      brainstorm the importance of geometrical construction in everyday life.

·      discuss the importance of geometrical construction in everyday life.

·      Summarize and present points on the importance of geometrical construction in everyday life.

·      Use digital devices to search the internet for the importance of geometrical construction in everyday life.

How is geometrical construction important in our everyday life?Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 153-154.

Digital devices.

Oral questions.

Written test.

Assessment rubric.

3Drawing.Project Activity 3-Task 3.1.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Suggest the materials for making an item designed in project activity 2.

·      In groups,learners are guided to:

·      use visual aids to observe and pick out the materials used to make the item designed in project activity 2.

·      discuss the materials that can be used to make the item.

·      state and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each material.

·      identify the most suitable material to use.

Which materials are suitable for making items to solve the problems in your community?Top-Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 154-155.

Digital devices.

Photos.

Observation.

Checklists.

Oral questions.

4Drawing.Project Activity 3-Task 3.2.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to;

(a). Gather the materials for making the item designed in project activity 2.

·      In groups,learners are guided to;

·      refer to the materials identified in Task 3.1.

·      find and collect the materials chosen in the school or community.

Which materials are suitable for making item to solve the identified problem in the community?

How do you collect the materials?

 

Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 155.

Environment.

Observation.

Checklists.

5Drawing.Project Activity 3- Task 3.3.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to;

(a). Store the prepared materials for making the item designed in project activity 2.

·      In groups,learners are guided to;

·      discuss how to keep the materials safe, secure and not damaged.

·      keep/store the  materials collected safely.

How do you keep the collected materials safe,secure and not damaged?Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 155.

Collected materials.

Digital devices.

Oral questions.

Observation.

21Energy Resources.Sources of Energy.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Identify the sources of energy within the locality.

(b). Discuss the sources of energy in the locality

(c). Use digital devices to explore other sources of energy.

(d).Make charts & flashcards showing the sources of energy.

(e).. Appreciate the different sources of energy used in the locality.

·      In groups,pairs ,learners are guided to:

·      discuss the concept of energy.

·      observe pictures in learner’s book and identify the sources of energy within the locality.

·      Search the internet on videos of sources of energy.

·      discuss the different sources of energy.

 

What is energy?

Where does energy come from?

Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 156-157.

Digital devices.

Pictures.

Realia.

Oral questions.

Written tests.

Checklists.

Assessment rubric.

2Energy Sources.Sources of Energy -Renewable and Non-renewable sources of energy.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Define and differentiate between renewable and non-renewable sources of energy.

(b). Identify and discuss the sources of energy as either renewable or non-renewable from pictures.

(c).Make flashcards showing the renewable and non-renewable sources of energy in the locality.

(d).Classify the sources of energy in the locality as either renewable or non-renewable.

(e). Appreciate the renewable and non-renewable sources of energy used in the locality.

·      In groups,pairs, learners are guided to;

·      use dictionaries or digital devices to search the meaning of renewable and non-renewable sources of i.

·      Identify the sources of energy in pictures that are non-renewable and renewable.

·      Search the internet for examples of renewable and non-renewable sources of energy.

·      Make flashcards showing the renewable and non-renewable sources of energy.

·      use the flashcards to group various sources of energy as renewable and non-renewable.

What is the difference between renewable and non-renewable sources of energy?

What is renewable and non-renewable source of energy?

Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 158-159.

Pictures.

Flashcards.

Digital devices.

Assessment rubric.

Written test.

Checklists.

Oral questions.

3Energy Resources.Sources of Energy -Advantages and disadvantages of sources of energy.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Identify the advantages and disadvantages of renewable sources of energy.

(b). Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of renewable sources of energy.

(c). Search the internet for advantages and disadvantages of renewable sources of energy.

(d). Summarize the advantages and disadvantages of renewable sources of energy on charts/exercise books.

(e). Acknowledge the advantages and disadvantages of renewable sources of energy.

·      In groups,learners are guided to:

·      identify and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of renewable sources of energy in the locality.

·      Search the internet for more points on advantages and disadvantages of renewable sources of energy.

·      Summarize the advantages and disadvantages of renewable sources of energy on charts/exercise books.

What are the advantages of renewable sources of energy?

What are the disadvantages of renewable sources of energy?

Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 160-161.

Pictures.

Digital devices.

Charts.

Assessment rubrics.

Written tests.

Checklists.

Oral questions.

4Energy Resources.Sources of Energy – Advantages and disadvantages of sources of energy.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Identify the advantages and disadvantages of non-renewable sources of energy.

(b). Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of non-renewable sources of energy.

(c). Summarize the advantages and disadvantages of non-renewable sources of energy on charts & exercise books.

(d). Acknowledge the advantages and disadvantages of non-renewable sources of energy.

·      In groups,learners are guided to:

·      identify and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of non-renewable sources of energy.

·      Summarize the advantages and disadvantages of non-renewable sources of energy on charts.

·      Use digital devices to search for other advantages and disadvantages of non-renewable sources of energy.

What are the advantages of non-renewable sources of energy?

What are the disadvantages of non-renewable sources of energy?

Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 161.

Charts.

Digital devices.

Pictures.

Assessment rubrics.

Checklists.

Written tests.

Oral questions.

5Energy Resources.Sources of Energy – Careers related to sources of energy.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Identify the different careers which are related to energy in the locality.

(b). Discuss the roles of different careers related to energy in the locality.

(c). Make flashcards showing the different careers related to energy.

(d). Appreciate the different careers related to energy in the locality.

·      In groups,pairs,learners are guided to:

·      Study the pictures in learner’s book and identify the different careers related to energy in the locality..

·      discuss the careers related to energy.

·      Search the internet for more careers related to energy in the community.

·      Make flashcards showing the different careers related to energy.

Which careers are related to energy in the locality?Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 162-163.

Pictures.

Flashcards.

Digital devices.

Assessment rubric.

Checklists.

Written tests.

Oral questions.

31Energy Resources.Sources of Energy -Importance of Energy.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). State the importance of Energy in our lives.

(b). Discuss the importance of energy in our lives.

(c). Search the internet for more points on importance of energy in our lives.

(d). Appreciate the importance of energy in our lives.

 

·      In groups,learners are guided to:

·      Study the pictures in learner’s book and identify the activities in the pictures.

·      state the importance of energy in our lives.

·      discuss the importance of energy in our lives.

·      Use digital devices to search for more points on the importance of energy in our lives.

Why is energy important to our daily lives?Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 164-165.

Digital Devices.

Pictures.

Assessment rubrics.

Written tests.

Oral questions.

2Energy Resources.Uses of Energy-Forms of Energy.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Identify the different forms of energy in the locality.

(b). Discuss the different forms of energy in the locality.

(c).Draw charts showing the forms of energy in the locality.

(d). Appreciate the different forms of energy in the locality.

·      In groups,learners are guided to;

·      study the pictures in learner’s book and identify the different forms of energy.

·      discuss the different forms of energy in the locality.

·      Search the internet for more information on the forms of energy.

·      Draw charts showing the forms of energy in the locality and display them.

What are different forms of energy in the locality?Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 165-167.

Pictures.

Digital devices.

Assessment rubric.

Oral questions.

Written tests.

Checklists.

3Energy Resources.Uses of Energy – Kinetic and Potential Energy.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a).Define and differentiate between kinetic and potential energy.

(b).Classify the different forms of energy into either kinetic or potential energy.

(c). Search the internet for videos about kinetic and potential energy.

(d). Appreciate the kinetic and potential energy.

·      In groups,learners are guided to:

·      Search the meaning of kinetic and potential energy from the internet or dictionary.

·      differentiate between kinetic and potential energy.

·      study pictures in learners book and classify the different forms of energy into either kinetic or potential energy.

·      search the internet for videos about kinetic and potential energy.

What is the difference between kinetic and potential energy?Top Scholar Pre-Technical pg 168-170.

Pictures.

Digital devices.

Written tests.

Oral questions.

Assessment rubric.

4By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:·
5Energy Resources.Uses of Energy.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Identify the uses of different forms of energy in the locality.

(b). Discuss the uses of different forms of energy in the locality.

(c). Make charts showing the uses of the different forms of energy in different sectors.

(d). Appreciate the uses of the different forms of energy in the locality.

·      In groups,learners are guided to;

·      identify and discuss the uses of different forms of energy within the locality.

·      Use digital devices to explore the different uses of energy.

·      walk around the locality to observe and record the different energy uses.

What ways can energy be useful to our lives?Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 171-172.

Pictures.

Digital devices.

Charts.

Assessment rubrics.

Written tests.

Oral questions.

Checklists.

41Energy Resources.Uses of Energy- Careers that require the use of energy.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Identify the careers that require the use of energy within the locality.

(b). Discuss the careers that require the use of energy within the locality.

(c).Make flashcards to show the different careers related to use of energy.

(d). Recognize the different types of careers which require the use of energy within the locality.

·      In groups,learners are guided to;

·      study the pictures in learner’s book and identify the different types of careers that require the use of energy within the locality.

·      discuss the different types of careers that require the use of energy within the locality.

·      make flashcards showing the different types of careers that require use of energy.

Which types of careers require the use of energy within the locality?Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 173-174.

Pictures.

Flashcards.

Assessment rubrics.

Written tests.

Oral questions.

Checklists.

2By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). State the roles of energy in the day to day life.

(b). Discuss the roles of energy in the day to day life.

(c). Search the internet for other roles of energy.

(d). Appreciate the role of energy in the day to day life.

·      In groups,learners are guided to;

·      study the pictures in learner’s book and identify the different types of careers that require the use of energy within the locality.

·      discuss the different types of careers that require the use of energy within the locality.

·      make flashcards showing the different types of careers that require use of energy.

What ways can energy be useful to our lives?

Which types of careers require the use of energy within the locality?

Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 173-174.

Pictures.

Flashcards.

.

Assessment rubrics.

Written tests.

Oral questions.

Checklists

3Energy Resources.Uses of Energy-The role of energy.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). State the roles of energy in the day to day life.

(b). Discuss the roles of energy in the day to day life.

(c). Search the internet for other roles of energy.

(d). Appreciate the role of energy in the day to day life.

·      In groups,learners are guided to;

·      state the role of energy in our day to day life.

·      discuss the role of energy in our day to day life.

·      summarize their points and present in class.

·      use digital devices to search for other roles of energy.

How does energy affect our daily life?

How does energy help us in carrying out tasks at home?

Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 175.

Digital devices.

Pictures.

Oral questions.

Written tests.

4Energy Resources.Self-AssessmentBy the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Attempt questions on the sub-strand :Sources of Energy.

·      Individually, learner is guided to:

·      answer the questions on the sub-strand.

Top-Scholar Learner’s Book pg 156-164.

Assessment books.

Written tests.

Checklists.

Assessment rubrics.

5Energy Resources.Project Activity 4-Making the items.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Identify the safety precautions to observe when working with tools to make the item designed in project activity 2.

(b). Discuss the safety precautions to observe when handling the materials and tools making the item.

(c).Make charts showing the safety precautions to adhere to when working tools to make item designed in project activity 2.

·      In groups, learners are guided to:

·      Familiarize with the safety rules and precautions in the workplaces.

·      Discuss the safety precautions to observe when handling the materials and tools making the item.

·      Make charts showing the safety precautions to adhere to when working.

Why is it important to observe safety precautions when working?Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 176.

Charts.

Practical work.

Observation.

51Energy Resources.Project Activity 4: Making the item.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Identify the tools you will need to prepare the materials collected in project activity 3.

(b). Discuss the tools you will need to prepare the materials collected in project activity 3.

(c).Use appropriate tools to prepare the materials collected in project activity 3.

·      In groups, learners are guided to;

·      select and use appropriate tools to prepare the materials collected in project activity 3.

·      Assemble the required tools.

 

 

Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 176.Practical work.

Observation.

2Energy Resources.Project Activity 4: Making the item.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a).Use appropriate tools to make the item designed in project activity 2.

·      In groups, learners are guided to:

·      Outline and discuss the steps to follow when assembling the prepared pieces of materials to the item.

·      Summarize the procedure.

·      follow the procedure to make the item by joining the prepared pieces of material.

Which procedure will you use to assemble the prepared pieces of materials to make the item?Top Scholar Pre-Technical Studies pg 177.

Materials.

Practical Work.
3Energy Resources.Project Activity 4: Making the item.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Display the item made for others to see and appreciate.

·      In groups,learners are guided to;

·      display the item made for others to see and appreciate.

Item made.

Top Scholar Pre-Technical pg 177.

observation.

Checklists.

4Energy Resources.Project Activity 4.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a). Take pictures of the item made and print the pictures.

·      In groups,learners are guided to;

·      Use digital devices to take pictures of the item made and print them.

Digital devices.

Item made

Practical Work.

 

5Energy Resources.Project Activity 4.By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(a).Draw pictures of the item made.

·      Individually,learner to;

·      draw the pictures of the item made by classmates.

Pencils and papers.

Item made.

Practical work.

Observation.

6-8·     Complection of Projects and Creation of Portfolios.

·     Community Service Learning Class Activity.

9ASSESSMENT

 

 

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