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SKETCHING OF SIMPLE APRON AND CAP USING THE BODY

SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMIC

TERM: THIRD TERM

WEEK: WEEK 5

CLASS: PRIMARY 6

DURATION: 40 MINUTES

TOPIC:  SKETCHING OF SIMPLE APRON AND CAP USING THE BODY MEASUREMENT

UNITS:

  • How to cut out the sketch apron and cap patterns for sewing
  • Pin Pattern on pieces and fabric
  • Steps in apron and cap construction

ENABLE OBJECTIVES

At the end of this discussion in this Module, children should be able to know the:

  1. Identifying measuring tool
  2. Taking body measurement

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS

  • Sewing machine
  • Needle and thread
  • Machine
  • oil
  • Hand needle
  • Fabrics
  • Tailor chalk
  •  Pins
  • 1 yard (1 metre) of print fabric for the apron
  • Scrap of contrasting fabric for the pocket
  • 1 1/2 yard (1.5 metre) grosgrain ribbon
  • Scissor
  • Threads of different colours
  • Whiteboard/Chalkboard
  • Explanatory posters/pictures
  • Explanatory videos

TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS

  • Explanation
  • Discussion
  • Questions and answers
  •  students will be taking the school Home Economic Laboratory for practical

REFERENCE MATERIALS

  • NERDC Basic Education Curriculum.
  • Universal Basic Education  Curriculum (UBE)
  • Lagos State Home Economic Scheme of Work.
  • Online Materials.
  • Home Economics for Primary Schools.

                     MODULE CONTENT

Steps in Apron construction

Prepare Your Apron

  1. Cut out a rectangle measuring 20in by 32in (50cm by 100cm) from the fabric for your apron.
  2. Turn the rectangle over so the right side of the fabric is facing down.Hem your sides by folding the fabric 5/8in (1.5 cm) in along the two short sides of the rectangle. Place wrong sides together. Press with an iron and sew.
  3. Hem one long end of your rectangle by folding the fabric 6/8in (2cm). Place wrong sides together. Press and sew.

CREATING A POCKET

  1. Cut out a rectangle from your scrap fabric measuring 10in by 9in (25cm by 22cm).
  2. Turn the rectangle over so the right side of the fabric is facing down.Fold two short edges and one long edge of the rectangle inwards by 3/8in (1cm). Place wrong sides together. Press with an iron.
  3. Fold one long edge of the rectangle inwards by 3/8in (1cm). Fold over again by 3/8in (1cm). Place wrong sides together. Press
  4. Place the pocket right-side facing up onto the right side of the apron. Place the wrong side of the pocket to the right side of the apron. Rotate the pocket so the long edge of the pocket that has been folded twice is at the top.
  5. Top stitch around the top of the pocket, sewing as close to the edge of the pocket as you can.

CREATE A RUFFLE

1. Stitch a line of long running stitches 1/8in (0.3cm) from the top edge of your apron. Leave lots of extra thread at the start and end of your stitches.

2. Stitch another line of long running stitches 2/8in (0.6cm) from the top edge of your apron. Leave lots of extra thread at the start and end of your stitches.

3. Starting with the left side of the apron, hold on to the ends of the thread you left when you made your line of running stitches

ADD YOUR APRON TIE

1. Fold the ends of the ribbon in by 3/8in (1cm). Sew.

2. Centre the ribbon over the two lines of running stitches. There should be the same amount of excess ribbon running over either side of the apron. Place the right sides together. Pin in place

3. Fold the ribbon up so it is off the apron. Use a seam ripper to remove the basting stitches.

WEAR YOUR APRON

PRESENTATION

  • The Teacher revises the previous term’s work.
  • The Teacher present the day’s lesson.
  • The Teacher explains the lessons in details.
  • The teacher gives room for pupils to ask question

EVALUATIVE ACTIVITIES

  • Explain the Steps in Apron construction

CONCLUSION: the teacher summarize the lesson.

Lessonplan

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