Identification of clothing and footwear Primary 3 Home Economics

Subject: Social Studies

Class: Primary 3

Term: Second Term

Week: Week 4

Topic: Identification of Clothing and Footwear

Sub-topic: Understanding Different Types of Clothing and Footwear

Duration: 40 minutes

Entry Behaviour: Students should have a basic understanding of clothing and footwear.

Key Words: Clothing, Footwear, Identify, Types

Behavioral Objectives:

  1. Students will be able to identify various types of clothing and footwear.
  2. Students will understand the purposes of different clothing and footwear items.

Embedded Core Skills: Observation, Classification, Communication

Learning Materials:

  1. Pictures of different clothing and footwear.
  2. Actual samples of clothing and footwear.
  3. Whiteboard and markers.

Question: What is clothing?

Answer: Clothing is the garments individuals wear, and various factors influence the types of clothes people choose.

Question: In Nigeria, what type of clothes are worn? And why?

Answer: In Nigeria, traditional attire like Ankara is commonly worn, reflecting cultural identity and occasions. Western-style clothing is also prevalent for everyday wear.

Question: In cold countries, people wear ______________________ type of clothes.

Answer: In cold countries, people wear insulated and layered type of clothes to stay warm.

Question: State three examples of clothing materials

(i) Cotton

(ii) Silk

(iii) Wool

Question: What is footwear?

Answer: Footwear refers to items worn on the feet, such as shoes or sandals.

Question: List four examples of footwear

(i) Sneakers

(ii) Boots

(iii) Sandals

(iv) Loafers

 

Clothing is the garments individuals wear, and various factors influence the types of clothes people choose.

__________________________ and _________________________ determine the kinds of clothes people wear.

In Nigeria, what type of clothes are worn? And why?

In Nigeria, traditional attire like Ankara is commonly worn, reflecting cultural identity and occasions. Western-style clothing is also prevalent for everyday wear.

In cold countries, people wear ______________________ type of clothes.

In cold countries, people wear insulated and layered type of clothes to stay warm.

State three examples of clothing materials

(i) Cotton

(ii) Silk

(iii) Wool

What is footwear?

Footwear refers to items worn on the feet, such as shoes or sandals.

List four examples of footwear

(i) Sneakers

(ii) Boots

(iii) Sandals

(iv) Loafers

 

 

Identification of clothing involves recognizing and categorizing various garments worn by individuals, such as shirts, pants, dresses, etc. Footwear identification, on the other hand, entails recognizing and distinguishing different types of shoes, sandals, boots, or any items worn on the feet. Both processes involve understanding the characteristics, styles, and purposes of different clothing and footwear items

 

Clothing serves as a protective and aesthetic layer over the body. Geographical location often influences wardrobe choices; in Nigeria, light cotton clothing prevails due to warm weather, while cold countries opt for thick woollen dresses, especially during winter.

Examples of clothing encompass shirts, trousers, traditional buba and sokoto, jackets, winter jackets, blazers, and raincoats.

Footwear, a covering for the feet, comes in various types such as slippers, sandals, shoes, trekkers, sneakers, and canvas. Additionally, items like socks and stockings are considered part of footwear.

Evaluation

  1. Clothing serves as a protective and aesthetic layer over the body, and it includes options like: a) Hats b) Gloves c) Scarves d) All of the above
  2. In Nigeria, light and cotton clothing is preferred due to: a) Cold weather b) Cultural reasons c) Hot weather d) Fashion trends
  3. The type of clothing worn in cold countries during winter is usually: a) Thin and breathable b) Heavy and woollen c) Sleeveless d) Silk-based
  4. Examples of traditional Nigerian clothing include: a) Kilts b) Kimonos c) Buba and sokoto d) Tuxedos
  5. A garment suitable for cold weather protection is a: a) Raincoat b) Bikini c) Poncho d) Tank top
  6. Footwear encompasses various types such as: a) Mittens b) Sandals c) Ties d) Sunglasses
  7. Socks and stockings are examples of: a) Outerwear b) Headwear c) Footwear d) Handwear
  8. Geographical location influences wardrobe choices due to: a) Personal preferences b) Climate conditions c) Social media trends d) Political affiliations
  9. Winter jackets are commonly worn in regions with: a) Tropical climate b) Harsh winter conditions c) Desert landscapes d) Year-round warmth
  10. A garment worn on the upper body, often with buttons and lapels, is called a: a) Raincoat b) Blazer c) Sundress d) Poncho
  11. Trekkers are a type of: a) Mountain b) Footwear c) Outerwear d) Hat
  12. Clothing materials like silk are known for being: a) Heavy and warm b) Breathable and light c) Water-resistant d) Scratchy and uncomfortable
  13. The primary purpose of footwear is to: a) Protect the hands b) Enhance vision c) Cover the feet d) Carry belongings
  14. Sneakers are typically associated with: a) Formal events b) Athletic activities c) Sleepwear d) Beach outings
  15. Jackets, blazers, and raincoats are all examples of: a) Headwear b) Outerwear c) Footwear d) Sleepwear

 

Fill the gaps

What is clothing?

Clothing is any material worn over the body to provide protection and enhance attractiveness.

__________________________ and _________________________ determine the kinds of clothes people wear.

In Nigeria, what type of clothes are worn? And why?

In Nigeria, light and cotton clothing is common due to the warm weather. Cultural preferences and comfort influence these choices.

In cold countries, people wear ______________________ type of clothes.

In cold countries, people wear thick and woollen clothes, especially during the cold winter season.

State three examples of clothing materials

(i) Cotton

(ii) Silk

(iii) Wool

What is footwear?

Footwear is a covering for a person’s feet.

List four examples of footwear

(i) Sneakers

(ii) Boots

(iii) Sandals

(iv) Loafers

 

  1. Revision of the previous topic: Recap the concepts learned in the previous class about basic clothing items.
  2. Introduction of the new topic: Explain the importance of identifying different types of clothing and footwear.

Step 1: The teacher revises the previous topic

  • Review basic clothing items like shirts, pants, and shoes.

Step 2: The teacher introduces the new topic

  • Define clothing and footwear.
  • Explain the significance of identifying various types.

Step 3: Teacher’s Activities

  • Show pictures and actual samples of different clothing and footwear.
  • Discuss the purpose of each item.

Learners Activities

  • Observe and discuss the features of the presented clothing and footwear.

Assessment:

  • Ask questions to check understanding.
  • Evaluate students’ ability to identify items correctly.

Ten Evaluation Questions Related to the Topic:

  1. What is clothing?
  2. Name three types of clothing.
  3. Define footwear.
  4. Give examples of three types of footwear.
  5. Why is it important to identify different clothing?
  6. How can you differentiate between summer and winter clothes?
  7. Mention two reasons people wear jackets.
  8. Identify the purpose of wearing sandals.
  9. List three materials used for making clothing.
  10. Why do we need different types of footwear?

Conclusion:

  • The teacher assesses and provides feedback on students’ understanding.
  • Reinforce the importance of identifying clothing and footwear for everyday life

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