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SS1 First Term Auto Electrical Works Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 First Term Auto Electrical Works Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Subject: Auto Electrical Work

Scheme of Work (SS1 First Term)

Week 1-2: Introduction to Auto Electrical Work


Overview of Auto Electrical Systems

Basic components: Battery, Alternator, Starter Motor

Safety precautions in auto electrical work

Class activities: Identifying components in a vehicle

Week 3-4: Understanding Electrical Circuits


Ohm’s Law and its application

Series and parallel circuits in vehicles

Troubleshooting simple electrical issues

Practical: Testing circuits in the workshop

Week 5-6: Battery Systems and Maintenance


Types of automotive batteries

Battery charging and discharging

Battery maintenance and safety

Workshop activity: Checking and maintaining a vehicle’s battery

Week 7-8: Alternator and Charging Systems


Functions of the alternator

Charging system components

Diagnosing alternator issues

Hands-on: Testing and replacing alternator components

Week 9-10: Starter Motor and Ignition Systems


Starter motor operation

Ignition system components

Troubleshooting starting issues

Practical: Testing and repairing a faulty starter motor

Week 11: Revision Week


Review of key concepts

Question and answer sessions

Practical demonstrations of common tasks

Week 12: Examination Week


Written and practical examinations

Assessment of theoretical and practical knowledge

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Recap of the term’s lessons

Distribution of report cards

Farewell and closing remarks

Lesson Note (Week 1)

Objective: Introduce students to the basics of auto electrical work.




Definition and importance of auto electrical work.

Identification of major components in a vehicle.

Safety measures in the auto electrical workshop.



Group discussion on the significance of auto electrical work.

Hands-on activity: Identifying components in a model vehicle.

Safety briefing and demonstration of safety equipment.



Research and report on the evolution of auto electrical systems.

Note: Lesson plans for subsequent weeks follow a similar structure, focusing on specific topics with corresponding activities and assessments.

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