Primary 6 Prevocational Studies Scheme of Work

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Prevocational Studies is a subject that introduces the pupils to work and equips them with foundational skills for potential future careers. This subject encourages pupils to be creative and resourceful. It also helps to develop a sense of self-reliance in the pupils, by learning practical skills, they gain the confidence to handle tasks independently and contribute meaningfully to their environment.

Some of the topics covered in this class include the preservation of farm produce, packaging of processed food, materials used for packaging, how to make detergent, stitches, types and uses of stitches, home hygiene etc.

By the end of the academic session, the pupils should be able to preserve farms, produce using the various methods of preservation, carry out permanent and temporary stitches, package farm produce, produce disinfectant and baby jelly, and practice to prevent home or domestic accidents.

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Primary 6 First Term Scheme of Work for Prevocational Studies

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF EDUCATION UNIFIED SCHEME
OF WORK FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Prevocational Studies Scheme of Work for Primary/Basic 6
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 6
 SUBJECTPrevocational Studies
 TERMFirst Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1 AgricultureReview of primary 5 scheme of
work
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. recall previous topics taught in primary 5
Home EconomicsReasons for cleaning the house,
classroom and the environment
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. state reasons for cleaning their home, classroom
and the environment
ii. list tools and agents used for cleaning their
home and its surrounding
iii. state guideline for cleaning the home and its
surrounding
iv. clean their rooms and classroom
2 AgriculturePreservation of farm produceBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of preservation
ii. justify the reason for preserving farm produce
Home EconomicsTools and agents for cleaning the
home
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. list the tools used in cleaning the home
ii. mentoion the agents used in cleaning the home
iii. discuss the process of cleaning the home
iv. demonstrate how to clean the home
3 AgricultureMethods of preserving farm
produce; sun drying, smoking and
slating, frying, refrigiration
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify various methods of preserving farm
produce
ii. discuss each method of preserving farm
produce
iii. carry out the various methods of preservation
Home EconomicsHow to make detergentsBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain what detergents are
ii. describe the process of making detergents
4 AgricultureFactors that may hinder
preservation
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. outline various reasons for preserving farm
produce:
2. evaluate the factors that may hinder the
preservation of farm produce:
3. proffer solution on how to avoid the factors.
Home EconomicsMeaning of meal planning and
importance for healthy eating
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. Explain the meaning of meal planning;
ii. Explain reasons why we eat for healthy living;
iii. Identify the six classes of food.
iv. Discuss the importance and guidelines for
healthy eating;
v. State factors influencing meal planning;

5 AgriculturePreservation of grains and cereal
crops; maize, millet, rice, guinea
corn, wheat etc,
By the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. identify grains and cereal crops
2. discuss the methods of preserving grains and
cereal crops,
3. Carryout the activities of preserving cereal
crops,
Home EconomicsThree major meals of the day end
factors to be considered in
planning meals.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention factors to be considered in planning
meals;
2. Identify the three major meals of the
day-breakfast, lunch, supper/dinner;
3. State the right foods for the
6 AgriculturePreservation of roots and tuber
crops; cant, cassava, yam, Irish
potato, cocoyam, sweet potato etc.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) identify tuber crops;
2) describe how to preserve tuber crops;
3) cultivate tuber crops.
Home EconomicsEffetct of wrong meal planning
and eating habit
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention factors influencing meal planning;
2. State factors influencing meal planning;
3. Identify effects of wrong meal planning;
4. List the effects of wrong meal planning and
eating habits
5. Plan a single breakfast, lunch and
supper/dinner;
6. Write a menu card.
7Mid Term Break
8 AgriculturePreservation of fruits; orange,
banana, tomatoes, pawpaw,
pineapple, mango, cucumber etc.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) identify vegetable fruit
2) preserve different types of fruits;
3) produce different types of fruit juice;
Home EconomicsStitches:
(Temporary and permanent)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Explain types of stitches
2. Classify stiches into groups or types.
9 AgriculturePreservation of oil crops; soya
bean, oil palm, groundnut,
melon, coconut
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to;
1) identify oil crops;
2) describe the preservation of oil crops;
3) produce oil from oil crops.
Home EconomicsTypes and uses of stitches.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention the general uses of stitches
2. Describe the steps in making both temporary
and permanent stitches
3. Produce articles using the different es of stiches
10 AgriculturePreservation of vegetable; onion,
okra, spinach, water leaf, lettuce
By the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) identify vegetable crops;
2) describe the preservation of vegetable crops;
3) preserve some vegetable crops.
Home EconomicsIntroduction to clothing
construction process(Seam)
By the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. describe seam
2. mention types of seam
3. describe the steps for making seam
11Revision 
12Examination 

 

Primary 6 Second Term Scheme of Work for Prevocational Studies

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 6
 SUBJECTPrevocational Studies
 TERMSecond Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1Review of first term scheme of
work
By the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
-recall previous topics taught in first term
2 AgriculturePackaging of processed foodsBy the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. identify packaged foods
2. justify reasons for packaging processed foods
3. devise means to package produce harvested
from the school farm
Home EconomicsClothing Construction continued.
(Production of seam
Album)
By the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. mention different types of seam
2. mention uses of seam
3. describe the steps for making seam
4. produce an album showing stages of making
seam
5. produce an album of seam
3 Agricultureprimary, secondary and tiatiary
packaging
By the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) identify different types of packaging;
2) give examples of each type of packaging;
3) produce their own packaged product.
Home EconomicsClothing Construction continued.
(Production of seam
Album)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention different types of seam;
2. Mention uses of seam; Describe the steps for
making seams;
3. Produce an album showing stages of making
seams;
4. Produce an album of seams.
4 AgricultureMaterials used for packaging;
nylon, carton, paper, sack,
boxes etc.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) identify packaging materials;
2) justify the importance of packaging goods;
3) assemble the materials used for packaging
processed goods
Home EconomicsHome Hygiene (Ways cleaning
the home: dusting, sweeping,
washing scrubbing, mopping etc.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention items or materials used in cleaning the
materials for cleaning different parts of the home
and the surroundings;
2. Describe the ways of cleaning the home and
the surroundings.
5 AgricultureReasons for packaging farm
produce
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) justify the importance of packaging goods;
2) create a list of processed crops and materials
used in packaging them.
Home EconomicsTypes of home cleaning
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention the different types of cleaning that can
be done in tie home;
2. Distinguish materials for cleaning different
areas in the home;
3. List different areas of the home
4. Arrange different areas in the home the home
appropriately;
5. Describe how to clean different areas of the
home;
6. Clean different areas of the home.
6 AgricultureCrops that can be packagedBy the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. identify crops that can be packaged
2. outline factors that may affect packaging of
crops
Home EconomicsTypes of home cleaningBy the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. mention the different types of cleaning that can
be done in the home
2. distinguish materials for cleaning different
areas in the home
3. list different areas of the home
4. Arrange different areas in the home the home
appropriately;
5. Describe how to clean different areas of the
home;
6. Clean different areas of the home.
7MID TERM BREAK/TEST
8 AgricultureMarket and marketing of
argricultural produce
By the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. describe market and marketing
2. give reasons for marketing argricultural
produce
3. carry out mar
Home EconomicsKitchen: Definition and typesBy the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. describe a kitchen
2. discuss what is done in a kitchen
3. mention types of kitchen
4. describe different types of kitchen arrangment
5. draw a types of kitchen arrangement
9 AgricultureAgricultural Marketing activitiesBy the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) explain the relationship between agriculture
and marketing;
2) demonstrate various marketing activities
Home EconomicsKitchen Hygiene
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention different areas in the kitchen,
2. Explain the reasons for maintaining kitchen
hygiene;
3. Describe ways of taking care of the kitchen;
4. Discuss common accidents in the kitchen;
5. Identify how to prevent accident in the kitchen;
6. Demonstrate how to care for the kitchen.
10 AgricultureTypes of agricultural market;
domestic, farm gate, local market,
supermarket etc.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able
1. outline types of agricultural market;
2. identify items sold in each market;
3. create a small market in the school.
Home EconomicsFirst Aid BoxBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Explain what first Aid Box is;
2. Mention the materials in a first Aid box;
3. Describe what each item is used for;
11Revision 
12Examination 

Primary 6 Third Term Scheme of Work for Prevocational Studies

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 6
 SUBJECTPrevocational Studies
 TERMSecond Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1Review of first term scheme of
work
By the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
-recall previous topics taught in first term
2 AgriculturePackaging of processed foodsBy the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. identify packaged foods
2. justify reasons for packaging processed foods
3. devise means to package produce harvested
from the school farm
Home EconomicsClothing Construction continued.
(Production of seam
Album)
By the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. mention different types of seam
2. mention uses of seam
3. describe the steps for making seam
4. produce an album showing stages of making
seam
5. produce an album of seam
3 Agricultureprimary, secondary and tiatiary
packaging
By the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) identify different types of packaging;
2) give examples of each type of packaging;
3) produce their own packaged product.
Home EconomicsClothing Construction continued.
(Production of seam
Album)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention different types of seam;
2. Mention uses of seam; Describe the steps for
making seams;
3. Produce an album showing stages of making
seams;
4. Produce an album of seams.
4 AgricultureMaterials used for packaging;
nylon, carton, paper, sack,
boxes etc.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) identify packaging materials;
2) justify the importance of packaging goods;
3) assemble the materials used for packaging
processed goods
Home EconomicsHome Hygiene (Ways cleaning
the home: dusting, sweeping,
washing scrubbing, mopping etc.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention items or materials used in cleaning the
materials for cleaning different parts of the home
and the surroundings;
2. Describe the ways of cleaning the home and
the surroundings.
5 AgricultureReasons for packaging farm
produce
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) justify the importance of packaging goods;
2) create a list of processed crops and materials
used in packaging them.
Home EconomicsTypes of home cleaning
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention the different types of cleaning that can
be done in tie home;
2. Distinguish materials for cleaning different
areas in the home;
3. List different areas of the home
4. Arrange different areas in the home the home
appropriately;
5. Describe how to clean different areas of the
home;
6. Clean different areas of the home.
6 AgricultureCrops that can be packagedBy the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. identify crops that can be packaged
2. outline factors that may affect packaging of
crops
Home EconomicsTypes of home cleaningBy the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. mention the different types of cleaning that can
be done in the home
2. distinguish materials for cleaning different
areas in the home
3. list different areas of the home
4. Arrange different areas in the home the home
appropriately;
5. Describe how to clean different areas of the
home;
6. Clean different areas of the home.
7MID TERM BREAK/TEST
8 AgricultureMarket and marketing of
argricultural produce
By the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. describe market and marketing
2. give reasons for marketing argricultural
produce
3. carry out mar
Home EconomicsKitchen: Definition and typesBy the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. describe a kitchen
2. discuss what is done in a kitchen
3. mention types of kitchen
4. describe different types of kitchen arrangment
5. draw a types of kitchen arrangement
9 AgricultureAgricultural Marketing activitiesBy the end cf the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1) explain the relationship between agriculture
and marketing;
2) demonstrate various marketing activities
Home EconomicsKitchen Hygiene
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Mention different areas in the kitchen,
2. Explain the reasons for maintaining kitchen
hygiene;
3. Describe ways of taking care of the kitchen;
4. Discuss common accidents in the kitchen;
5. Identify how to prevent accident in the kitchen;
6. Demonstrate how to care for the kitchen.
10 AgricultureTypes of agricultural market;
domestic, farm gate, local market,
supermarket etc.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able
1. outline types of agricultural market;
2. identify items sold in each market;
3. create a small market in the school.
Home EconomicsFirst Aid BoxBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Explain what first Aid Box is;
2. Mention the materials in a first Aid box;
3. Describe what each item is used for;
11Revision 
12Examination 

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