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SS3 First Term Welding and Fabrication Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS3 First Term Welding and Fabrication Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Scheme of Work: SS3 First Term – Welding and Fabrication


Week 1-3: Introduction to Welding


Day 1-2: Overview of welding and its applications.

Day 3-5: Safety precautions in welding.

Activities: Demonstrate proper handling of welding equipment, discuss safety protocols, and initiate basic welding exercises.

Week 4-6: Welding Techniques


Day 1-2: Introduction to various welding techniques (Arc, MIG, TIG).

Day 3-5: Hands-on practice for each welding technique.

Activities: Conduct practical sessions for students to practice arc welding, MIG, and TIG techniques.

Week 7-8: Fabrication Basics


Day 1-2: Understanding fabrication materials and tools.

Day 3-5: Practical fabrication exercises.

Activities: Guide students through the process of using fabrication tools and materials to create basic structures.

Week 9-10: Advanced Fabrication Skills


Day 1-2: Advanced fabrication techniques and project planning.

Day 3-5: Group projects incorporating welding and fabrication skills.

Activities: Assign group projects to apply learned skills in creating more complex structures.

Week 11: Revision Week


Day 1-3: Review of welding and fabrication techniques.

Day 4-5: Practice exams and clarification of doubts.

Activities: Conduct comprehensive revision sessions, address student queries, and provide practice exams for self-assessment.

Week 12: Examination Week


Day 1-5: Written and practical examinations.

Activities: Administer written and practical exams to evaluate students’ understanding and application of welding and fabrication concepts.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Day 1-2: Final project showcase and evaluation.

Day 3-5: Closing ceremony and distribution of certificates.

Activities: Allow students to present their final projects, assess and appreciate their efforts, and conclude the term with a closing ceremony.

This scheme of work aims to provide a structured and comprehensive approach to teaching welding and fabrication, ensuring a balance between theoretical knowledge and practical application throughout the term.

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