Lesson Plan ~ Basic Technology 1st Term JS 3 (Week 3) - xpino SCHOLARS

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Lesson Plan ~ Basic Technology 1st Term JS 3 (Week 3)

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XPINO SCHOLARS
LESSON PLAN
WEEK : 3
TERM : 1
SESSION : 2017/2018
SUBJECT: BASIC TECHNOLOGY
TOPIC: MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION SYSTEM: MOTION IN ENGINEERING SYSTEMS (TYPES AND CONVERSION)
CLASS: JS3
DATE: 02/10/17 – 06/10/17
LESSON PERIOD:   1 – 2
Learning Objectives:  At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
define  motion;
list four types of motion;
differentiate between reciprocating motion and linear motion;
explain  how motion can be converted;
Study Questions: 
What is motion?
What are the four types of motion?
What is the difference between reciprocating motion and linear motion?
How can you explain conversion of motion?
Key words:
Motion
Reciprocating motion
Linear motion
Conversion of motion
Clutch
Instructional materials:
Scrap engines or mechanical components that contain levers, linkages, slides and slots; charts, films, etc.
Previous learning:
The students can differentiate the motion of a ceiling fan from that of a pendulum clock.
Learning Activities in steps:

Step 1 – Lesson Introduction.

Step 2 – Teacher states learning objectives – including study questions. Guide the students to define drive mechanism. Then, class discussion on motion. Make good use of instructional materials during the class discussions.


Motion simply means movement. There are four basic types of motion in engineering. These are:
1.      Rotary motion is turning around in a circle, such as a wheel system. This is a kind of motion that takes place in a rotating form (360º or less).
2.      Linear motion is moving in a straight line, such as a paper trimmer. This motion could be horizontal or vertical.
3.      Reciprocating motion is moving backwards and forwards or up and down in a straight line, as in cutting with a saw.
4.      Oscillating motion is swinging from side to side, like a pendulum clock.

Step 3 – The Teacher guides the students in a class discussion on conversion of motion.

In producing machine appliances, it is commonly necessary to convert motion from one type to another.
Conversion of rotary motion to linear motion is possible through the use of lever arms, linkages, cams, pins, clutches, threads and springs.

Step 4Class activity:
(Basic Tech for JSS3 pages 165 – 167)

Step 5 – Give the students exercises

Step 6 - Teacher summarizes and evaluates lesson.
Learning Timing:        
5 minutes

15 minutes











 

15 minutes



 

20 minutes


15 minutes

10 minutes






Differentiation:
Level 1:  students  that should be able to achieve 80 – 100 %
Level 2:   students that should be able to achieve 60 – 79 % 
Level 3:   students that should be able to achieve 50 – 59 %.
Resources:
Introductory Technology for Schools and Colleges. Book 1. Evans, pg. 3 – 7
Fundamental in Basic Technology for Jnr. Sec. Schools Basic 7. Idowu O.C.J. pg. 1 – 5
Sets of Mathematical Instrument
Sets Square and Drawing Instruments
Evaluation:
What is motion?
What are the four types of motion?
What is the difference between reciprocating motion and linear motion?
How can you explain conversion of motion?
Key Skills:
Listening skill
Critical thinking skill
Researching skill
Problem solving skill
Assignment:
What is a clutch?
What happens when a clutch is disengaged?




Name of Subject Teacher:   __________________
Signature: ______________________________
Head of Department:  ___________________
Signature: ______________________________




XPINO SCHOLARS
LESSON PLAN
WEEK : 3
TERM : 1
SESSION : 2017/2018
SUBJECT: BASIC TECHNOLOGY
TOPIC: MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION SYSTEM: MOTION IN ENGINEERING SYSTEMS (TYPES AND CONVERSION)
CLASS: JS3
DATE:  02/10/17 – 06/10/17
LESSON PERIOD:   3
Learning Objectives:  At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
describe a clutch;
explain what happens when a clutch is disengaged;
Study Questions: 
What is a clutch?
What happens when a clutch is disengaged?
Key words:
Motion
Reciprocating motion
Linear motion
Conversion of motion
Clutch
Instructional materials:
Scrap engines or mechanical components that contain levers, linkages, slides and slots; charts, films, etc.
Previous learning:
The students can differentiate the motion of a ceiling fan from that of a pendulum clock.
Learning Activities in steps:

Step 1 – Revision of last lesson.

Step 2The Teacher guides the students in a class discussion on clutches. Make good use of instructional materials during the class discussions.


Clutches are included in motor vehicles to facilitate the conversion of rotary motion of the engine to linear motion. Clutches do this through the use of friction force. When a car is to be moved, the clutch is pressed against the friction plate. The face of the clutch has a high coefficient of friction and a low rate of wear. The friction transfers engine power to the driving shaft through the clutch.
When clutch is disengaged the engine power is not transmitted. However, when the clutch is in engaged position, engine power is transmitted.


Step 3Class activity:
(Basic Tech for JSS3 pages 165 – 167)


Step 4 – Give the students exercises


Step 5 – Teacher summarizes and evaluates lesson.
Learning Timing:        
 5 minutes

10 minutes




 





 
10 minutes



10 minutes

5 minutes






Differentiation:
Level 1:  students  that should be able to achieve 80 – 100 %
Level 2:   students that should be able to achieve 60 – 79 % 
Level 3:   students that should be able to achieve 50 – 59 %.
Resources:
Introductory Technology for Schools and Colleges. Book 1. Evans, pg. 3 – 7
Fundamental in Basic Technology for Jnr. Sec. Schools Basic 7. Idowu O.C.J. pg. 1 – 5
Sets of Mathematical Instrument
Sets Square and Drawing Instruments
Evaluation:
What is a clutch?
What happens when a clutch is disengaged?
Key Skills:
Listening skill
Critical thinking skill
Researching skill
Problem solving skill
Assignment:
What is wind?
What is pneumatic?
Define hydraulic?



Name of Subject Teacher:   __________________
Signature: ______________________________
Head of Department:  ___________________
Signature: ______________________________


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