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SS1 First Term Food and Nutrition Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 First Term Food and Nutrition Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Week 1-3: Introduction to Food and Nutrition

Lesson Note:


Introduce the importance of Food and Nutrition in daily life.

Discuss the basic nutrients – proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals.

Activities: Group discussions on a balanced diet, and a class project on creating a balanced meal plan.

Scheme of Work:


Week 1: Introduction to Food and Nutrition

Week 2: Nutrients and their functions

Week 3: Balanced Diet and Meal Planning

Week 4-6: Food Groups and Dietary Guidelines

Lesson Note:


Explore different food groups and their significance.

Teach dietary guidelines for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Activities: Group presentations on specific food groups, and a practical cooking session to prepare a balanced meal.

Scheme of Work:


Week 4: Food Groups

Week 5: Dietary Guidelines

Week 6: Practical Session – Balanced Meal Preparation

Week 7-9: Food Preservation and Storage

Lesson Note:


Discuss various food preservation methods.

Teach the importance of proper food storage.

Activities: Field trip to a local food processing facility, and a group project on home-based food preservation techniques.

Scheme of Work:


Week 7: Food Preservation Techniques

Week 8: Storage of Food

Week 9: Field Trip and Group Project

Week 10-13: Food Safety and Hygiene

Lesson Note:


Emphasize the significance of food safety and hygiene.

Discuss common foodborne illnesses and preventive measures.

Activities: Interactive quizzes on food safety, and a class project on creating a food safety poster.

Scheme of Work:


Week 10: Importance of Food Safety

Week 11: Revision Week (Interactive Quizzes)

Week 12: Examination Week

Week 13: School Dismissal Week (Food Safety Poster Presentation).

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