JSS2 Basic Technology Scheme of Work for Third Term




Revision of last term's work

  • Revision of work done in the previous term
  • (a) Examples of Belt Drives
  • (b) Application of Belt and Chain Drives
  • (c) Advantages and Disadvantages of Belt and Chain Drives
  • (a) Definition and Types of Air Flow
  • (b) Examples of Hydraulic and Pneumatic Drives
  • (c) Components of the Machines
  • (d) Operation and Uses of Hydraulic and Pneumatic (e) Advantages of Pneumatics and Hydraulic Devices
  • Gear:
    (a) Types of Gear –  Internal Gear, External Gear and Level Gear
    (b) Uses of Gears – For power transmission, changing of direction, selecting speed, etc.
    (c) Gear Ratio and Speed Rotation
    (d) Function of Lubricants in Gears
  • (a) Wood:
    (i) Timber Growth, Felling, Conversion and Seasoning
    (ii) Properties of Good Timber Preservatives
    (iii) Common Timber Defects – Twist, bowing, cupping, etc.
    (iv) Methods of Cutting Veneers, etc.
  • (a) Wood:
    (v) Types of Manufactured Boards – Plywood, chip board, block board, etc.
    (vi) Timber – Treatment and Timber Preservation Methods
    (vii) Importance of Timber Treatment
  • (b) Metals:
    (i) Production of Metals – Smelting, Casting, etc.
    (ii) Carbon Properties of Steels
    (iii) Types of Metal
    (iv) Metal Alloys
  • (c) Clay, Ceramics and Glass:
    (i) Methods of Making Clay
    (ii) Stages in Producing Ceramics and Glass Materials – Shaping, Blowing, Firing, etc.
  • (d) Plastics and Rubber: (i) Methods of Production of Plastics – Injection Molding, Calendaring, etc. (ii) Methods of Producing Rubber Materials – Natural and Synthetic (iii) Examples of Plastics and Rubber Products (iv) Advantages and Disadvantages of the Different Processing Methods (v) Uses of Plastic and Rubber
  • Revision of work done in third term

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