Primary 5 Prevocational Studies Scheme of Work

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Prevocational Studies is a subject that prepares the pupils for advanced vocational courses. This subject comprises two subjects; Agriculture and Home Economics with each having its topics and objectives to achieve. 

Some of the topics covered in this class include; Crop Production, planting and post-planting activities, preservation of harvested crops, family, roles of each family member, simple basic tools and equipment, basic stitches etc. 

By the end of the academic session, the pupils should have been able to Cultivate crops on their own, harvest cultivated crops, raise any farm animal of their choice, practice basic sewing stitches etc. 

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Primary 5 First Term Scheme of Work for Prevocational Studies

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF EDUCATION UNIFIED SCHEMES
OF WORK FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Prevocational Studies Scheme of Work for Primary/Basic 5
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 5
 SUBJECTPrevocational Studies
 TERMFirst Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1(Agriculture)Review of primary four scheme of
work
By the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. recall previous topics taught in primary 4.
(Home Economics)Resumption test/Revision of last
terms/ session work:
-meaning and scope of Home
Economics
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. discuss the meaning of Home Economics;
ii. outline the importance of Home Economics to
the society;
iii. state the areas of Home Economics.
2(Agriculture)Crop productionBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) define crop production;
2) identify different types of crops;
3) classify crop based on uses, life cycle and
morphology.

(Home Economics)Family :
meaning and types of family
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of family;
ii. discuss types of family;
iii. compare and contrast the features of each
family types.
3(Agriculture)Procedures for crop production.By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) outline procedures for cultivating crops;
2) identify pre-planting activities;
3) carryout pre-planting operations on the farm,
(Home Economics)Roles of each family members and
functions of the family
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify the roles of each family members;
ii. summarize the roles of each family members;
iii. evaluate the functions of family.
4(Agriculture)Planting ActivitiesBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) describe planting activities;
2) identify tools used in planting activities;
3) carryout planting activities on the school farm
and at home.
(Home Economics)Family relationship and famiiy
tree
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. describe family relationship; .
ii. justify the reasons for family bonding;
iii. draw their family tree.
5(Agriculture)Post-planting activities;
irrigation, mulching, thining,
supplying, of manure/fertilizer
and weeding
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) explain post planting activities;
2) outline examples of activities done during post
planting;
3) demonstrate fertilizer applicatation on farm
crops.
(Home Economics)Identification of simple cooking
tools and equipment.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify simple cooking tools and equipment;
ii. enumerate simple cooking tools and
equipment;
6(Agriculture)Harvesting activities
By the end of this lesson, pupils shoåld be able to:
1) describe the steps involved in harvesting crops;
2) enumerate tools used in harvesting crops;
3) recognize the right time for harvesting crops.
(Home Economics)Guidelines for use of cooking
tools and equipment.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. distinguish between cooking tools and
equipment;
ii. itemize the use of each cooking tools and
equipment.
iii. state the guidelines for use of cooking tools
and equipment.
7Mid Term Test and Break
8(Agriculture)Post harvesting activities;
sorting grading and storage
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) explain post harvesting activities;
2) outline the importance of post harvesting
activities;
3) carryout sorting of harvested crops from the
school farm.
(Home Economics)Simple sewing tools and
equipment
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. list different types of tools and equipment for
sewing;
ii. classify sewing tools and equipment;
iii. compare and contrast tools and equipment for
sewing
9(Agriculture)Preservation of harvested crops;
silo, crib, yam barn, bagging
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) identify various methods of preserving
harvested crops;
2) discuss the,processes involved in preserving
crops;
3) justify the reason for preserving harvested
crops.
(Home Economics)Uses and care of simple sewing,
knitting and crocheting tools and
equipment
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. choose equipmenf and tools for sewing, knitting
and crocheting;
ii. experiment the use of simple tools and
equipment for sewing knitting and crocheting;
iii. devise means of caring for their simple sewing,
knitting and crocheting e ui ment,
10(Agriculture)Processing of harvested crops:
grinding, milling
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) describe the methods of processing crops;
2) outline the benefits of processing crops;
3) create fruit juice from harvested fruits.
(Home Economics)Basic stitchesBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. define stitches;
ii. classify stitches;
iii. create temporary stitches
11REVISION
12EXAMINATION

Primary 5 Second Term Scheme of Work for Prevocational Studies

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 5
 SUBJECTPrevocational Studies
 TERMSecond Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1(Agriculture)Review of first terms scheme of
work
By the end Of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. recall previous topics taught in first
(Home Economics)Resumotion test and revision of
last term work
-Meaning and types of family
By the end Of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of family
ii. discuss the types of family
iii. compare and contrast the feature of each
family types
2(Agriculture)WeedsBy the end of the lessotl pupils should be able to:
1) define weeds;
2) identify common weeds in the farm;
3) create a weed album.
(Home Economics)Family Values and Family Cycleby the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of family values;
ii. give examples of famly values;
iii. compare and contrast the stages of family
3(Agriculture)Effects of weeds to farmersBy the end of the to lesson, pupils should be able
1) identify the effect of weeds on crops and
farmers;
2) suggest possible solutions to the problems.
(Home Economics)Resources
Family and personnal resources
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of resources;
ii. list personal resources and family resources;
iii. examine personal resources and personal
belongings
4(Agriculture)Control of WeedsBy the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) outline methods of controlling weeds;
2) identify the importance of weed control in the
farm;
3) control weeds at the school farm and within
the school compound.
(Home Economics)Cleaning agents for cooking
tools and equipment
By the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. list cleaning agents for cooking tools and
equipment;
ii. classify cleaning agents for cleaning cooking
tools and equipment;
iii. produce a cleaning agent for cleaning cooking
equipment and tools.
5(Agriculture)Benefits of weeds: animal feed,
production of drugs, food to man.
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) enumerate the benefit of weeds to animals and
man:
2) discuss how weeds are used as medicine.
(Home Economics)Cleaning cooking tools and
equipnent
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. match cooking tools and equipment with the
appropriate cleaning agent;
ii. use cleaning agents for cleaning cooking
equipment and tools;
iii. evaluate the use of cleaning agents on cooking
tools and equipment.
6(Agriculture)Pest and Disease of Crops
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) define pests of crops;
2) identify various insect pests.
(Home Economics)Care of cooking tools and
equipment
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. discuss the guidelines for care of cooking tools
and equipment;
ii. practice proper way of handling cooking tools
and equiment
7Mid-term Test and Break
8(Agriculture)Classification of insect pests;
piercing and sucking insect pest
burrowing and boring insect pest
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1)classify insect pest according to their mouth
parts;
2)outline examples of insects in each group;
3) justify the reason for classification
(Home Economics)Basic sitches (Permanent Stitches)By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. highlight types of permanent stitches;
ii. state the importance of permanent stitches;
iii. create an album of permanent stitches.
9(Agriculture)Damages caused by pestsBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) identify the damages caused by pests on crops;
2) describe the damages caused by pest on crops;
3) Provide solution on how to avoid pest damage.
(Home Economics)Basic stitches
(Decorative/ embroidery stitches)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. list types of decorative/ embroidery stitches;
ii. discuss importance of decorative/ embroidery
stitches;
iii. make an album of decoratjve stitches.
10(Agriculture)Control of insect pests; use of
pesticides, setting traps,
use of biological enemies of pests.
the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to•
1) outline the various methods of controlling
pests;
2) describe the advantages and disadvantages of
biological method of pest control;
3) carryout the various methods of pest control on
the school.
(Home Economics)Sewing processes
(production of an article)
e. g an apron table cover, knitted/
crocheted belt, arm rest, headrest
etc
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. discuss the processes in sewing
ii. list the equipment for sewing;
iii. create an article using a sewing process.
11REVISION
12EXAMINATION

Primary 5 Third Term Scheme of Work for Prevocational Studies

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 5
 SUBJECTPrevocational Studies
 TERMThird Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1(Agriculture)Review of second term schemes of
work,
By the end of tho lesson, pupils should bo ablo to:
rccall previous topics taught in socond term,
(Home Economics)Resumption test and Revision of
last term’s work: family values
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. enumerate family values;
ii. state the importance of family values to the
family members and society
2(Agriculture)Rearing of farm animalsBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to;
1) outline the kinds of animals that can be raised;
2) describe the importance of animal rearing;
3) raise animals of their choice.
(Home Economics)Uses of personal and family
resources.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. list personal and family resources;
ii. state the use of personal and family resources;
iii. discuss the importance of personal and family
resources.
3(Agriculture)Procedures for rearing farm
animals
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) itemize the steps involved in raising farm
animals;
2)identify the tools needed to raise farm animals
3. demonstrate the procedures on the school farm
(Home Economics)Care of Personnal BelongingBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. state the guidelines for care of personnal
belongings
ii. discuss the reason for care of personnal
belongings
4(Agriculture)Rearing of chicken, rabbit or snail
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify tool/material used for rearing farm
xanimals
ii. construct a mediun saze cage, hutch or pen for
animals
iii. raise chicken, rabbit and snail at the school
farm and at home
(Home Economics)Food safetyBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. discuss the meaning of food safety;
ii. justify the importance of food safety;
iii. write food safety rules.
5(Agriculture)Management of farm animals,.
feeding, keeping
records, sanitation.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to;
1) outline tools for farm animals management;
2) describe various approaches towards the
management of farm animals;
3) manage farm animals properly.
(Home Economics)Food ContaminationBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of food contamination;
ii. recognize contaminated food;
iii. examine types of food contamination;
iv. discuss the risk factor in raw food item
6(Agriculture)Systems of rearing farm animals;
intensive,
extensive and semi-intensive
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) identify the systems of rearing farm animals
2) evaluate the advantage and disadvantages of
rearing animals using each system
(Home Economics)Cooking of FoodBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of cooking
ii. discuss the reasons for cooking food;
iii. list methods of cooking food
7MID TERM TEST/BREAK
8(Agriculture)Common pests and parasites of
farm animals
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to;
1) explain whal they understand by pests and
parasites;
2) outline common pests
(Home Economics)Cooking Methods
Baking, roasting, frying
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. discuss each methods of cooking
ii. compare and contrast merit and demerit of
each method of cooking
iii. choose a suitable method of cooking for a
particular food
9(Agriculture)Common disease of farm animalsBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. discuss disease of farm animals
ii. identify the causes of disease for farm animals
iii. outline some examples of farm animals
disease
(Home Economics)Cooking Methods
Baking, roasting, frying
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. compare each meothods of cooking
ii.compare and contrast merit and demerit of
each method of cooking
iii. choose a suitable method of cooking for a
particular food
10(Agriculture)Common disease of farm animalsBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. outline the symptoms of some farm animals
disease
ii. identify the mode of transmission of disease
iii. suggest preventive and control measures for
each diseases
(Home Economics)Cooking MethodBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to;
1. experiment each method of cooking;
2. evaluate the outcome of each cooking
3. recommend method of cooking suitable for
particular food
11REVISION
12EXAMINATION

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