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JSS3 Third Term Home Economics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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JSS3 Third Term Home Economics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


JSS3 Third Term Home Economics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work.


Week 1-2: Entrepreneurship in Home Economics

Lesson Note: Introduction to entrepreneurship, identifying business opportunities related to Home Economics.

Activities: Creating a simple business plan, discussing entrepreneurial skills.

Week 3-4: Home and Community Development

Lesson Note: Understanding the role of homes and communities in societal development.

Activities: Community outreach project, discussing the impact of community development.

Week 5-6: Time and Stress Management

Lesson Note: Strategies for effective time management and coping with stress.

Activities: Time management exercises, stress relief techniques, and discussions on maintaining a healthy work-life balance.

Week 7-8: Home Economics in a Global Context

Lesson Note: Exploring global perspectives in Home Economics, cultural influences on lifestyle.

Activities: Researching and presenting on different cultural practices related to Home Economics.

Week 9-10: Contemporary Issues in Home Economics

Lesson Note: Addressing current challenges and trends in Home Economics.

Activities: Group discussions on contemporary issues, researching and presenting on relevant topics.

Week 11: Revision Week

Lesson Note: Reviewing key concepts and addressing any queries.

Activities: Practice tests, group discussions, and clarifying doubts.

Week 12: Examination Week

Lesson Note: Preparing students for the examination.

Activities: Conducting mock exams, providing exam tips, and revision sessions.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week

Lesson Note: Wrapping up the term, reviewing achievements.

Activities: Reflecting on the term’s learning, distributing report cards, and setting goals for the next academic session.

Adjust the content based on the specific curriculum and resources available in your school. Encourage student engagement through discussions, group activities, and real-life applications of Home Economics concepts.

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