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This lesson notes cover the following topics for JSS3 First, Second and Third Term Home Economics:
Except of First Term JSS3 Home Economics
INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILES STUDY
What is the study of textiles?
The study of textiles involves an understanding of the origin of fibres to the ways of constructing fibres into fabrics, properties of the fabrics, ways of caring for the fabrics and the uses of the fabrics.
REASONS FOR THE STUDY OF TEXTILES
The study of textiles will help you in the following ways:
- Identifying different types of fabrics and their characteristics or properties.
- Selecting or choosing the suitable fabric for a given purpose.
- Taking proper care of the fabric
- Handling the fabric correctly
- Making you a wise consumer
- You can develop interest in clothing and textiles careers.
- Using fabrics intelligently
GENERAL USES OF TEXTILES
Textiles are used for:
- Construction of personal and family clothes e.g dresses, underwear
- Construction of household linen, such as bed sheets, curtains, towels
- Keeping the body warm or cool e.g sweaters and cotton wears
- Protecting the body from rain or wind e.g rain coats
- Beautifying or adorning the body
Covering our nakedness (modesty)
BASIC TEXTILE TERMS
- Fibre is a hair-like basic unit of raw material used in the making of yarns and fabrics e.g. cotton, linen, silk, wool, nylon fibres.
Yarn is a thread made by….
- Garment construction processes (A) Arrangement of fullness. (B)Opening. (C) Fastening (D) Making a simple baby dress.
- Scientific study of food nutrients; (B) Simple food tests,`(C ) Effect of heat on food.(moist and dry heat).
- Meal Planning; (A) Factors that influence meal planning (B) Guidelines for meal (C ) Meals for different groups. (D) Menu card.
- Buying preservation and storage of food; (A) Factors to consider when buying food. (B) Wise buying (C) Food preservation methods. (D) Food storage methods.
- Kitchen Equipment and utensils; (a) Factors to consider in choosing food preparation equipment and utensils.
- Food Preparation and Methods; (A) Food preparation (Cooking) methods. (b) Guidelines for use of cooking d. methods.
- Food preparation Methods; (c) Procedures for use of cooking methods. (D) Preparation of simple dishes.
- Marriage; (a) Relationship- Unhealthy Boy/Girls relationship. (b) Courtship practices. (C) Factors to consider before marriage.
- Marriage; (d) Marriage systems and ‘procedures in Nigeria. (e) Disadvantages of early marriage.
- Pregnancy and child birth; (a) Pregnancy and it signs.(b) Ante-natal post-natal care. (c) Preparation for child birth, e.g. layette.
- FAMILY LIVING
- PREGNANCY/CHILD BIRTH
- CHILD DEVELOPMENT
- CHILD CARE IMMUNIZATION
- FOOD PRESERVATION AND STORAGE
- KITCHEN EQUIPMENT/UTENSILS
Home Economics for JSS 1 – 3 by Elizabeth U. Anyakoha pg 341-358.