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SS1 First Term Auto Mechanics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 First Term Auto Mechanics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Week 1: Introduction to Auto Mechanics


Lesson: Basics of auto mechanics, importance in modern society.

Activity: Group discussion on common misconceptions about cars.

Week 2: Engine Components and Functions


Lesson: Understanding engine parts and their roles.

Activity: Dissecting a model engine to identify components.

Week 3: Lubrication Systems


Lesson: Importance of lubrication, types of lubricants.

Activity: Hands-on demonstration of oil change procedure.

Week 4: Fuel Systems


Lesson: Components of fuel systems, fuel injection vs. carburetion.

Activity: Inspecting and cleaning a carburetor.

Week 5: Ignition Systems


Lesson: Spark plugs, distributors, and ignition timing.

Activity: Testing and replacing spark plugs.

Week 6: Cooling Systems


Lesson: Radiators, water pumps, and coolant types.

Activity: Simulated radiator flush and fill exercise.

Week 7: Brake Systems


Lesson: Disc brakes, drum brakes, and anti-lock braking systems.

Activity: Brake pad replacement demonstration.

Week 8: Suspension Systems


Lesson: Shock absorbers, struts, and independent suspension.

Activity: Inspecting and diagnosing suspension issues.

Week 9: Transmission Systems


Lesson: Types of transmissions, gear ratios, and clutches.

Activity: Simulated manual transmission practice.

Week 10: Electrical Systems


Lesson: Batteries, alternators, and basic electrical troubleshooting.

Activity: Hands-on testing of electrical components.

Week 11: Revision Week


Review of key concepts, Q&A session.

Week 12: Examination Week


Written and practical examinations covering all topics.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Recap of the course, distribution of certificates, and farewell gathering.

Note: Each week should include homework assignments, quizzes, and opportunities for students to engage in hands-on activities. Revision and examination weeks should focus on comprehensive review and assessment. Adjustments can be made based on the students’ progress and needs throughout the term.

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