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Catering, Home economics, Home management


  Kitchen equipment is categorized into 3 main groups mainly:   Small equipment   Large equipment   Small Kitchen Equipment These are usually classified according to their functions namely:  Measuring and weighing equipment  Cutting tools  Shaping and molding  Separating tools  Lifting, mixing, turning and scooping tools  Oven/baking utensils  Pans and pots (Cooking vessels)  Measuring and Weighing Equipment   Cutting Tools   Knives   Shaping and Moulding Tools   Separating Tools   Lifting, Turning, Scooping and Mixing Tools   Spoons   Oven/ Baking Utensils   Pans and Pots   Large Kitchen Equipment Labour Saving Devices See also BODY MEASUREMENTS DISEASES SYNTHETIC FIBRES WOOL cotton

Catering, Home economics, Home management


Needlework requires the use of some special tools and equipment which are categorized into two main groups: Small and Large:   Measuring   Cutting   Transferring pattern markings   Sewing   Pressing   Storage   Others   Objectives   Describe how to use and care for basic sewing tools and equipment.  Measuring Tools  Tape measure  Measuring Gauge  Meter stick   Choice The tape measure should: Be clearly marked on both sides up to 150cm. Be woven and plastic coated to avoid fraying and stretching. Have metal ends.   Use and Care Remove from the work while cutting out; it can be cut accidentally. Roll up when not in use.   It should:  Be firm.  Be clearly matched at right angles.  Have several measurements marked.  Used for measuring small width.  Store after use.  Meter Stick   Choice of a Meter Stick It should be:  Made of smooth wood or plastic.  Marked… Read More »BASIC SEWING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT



ICT covers any product that will store, retrieve manipulate transmit or receive information electronically in a digital form. E.g. computers, digital television, email. Information Technology (IT) refer to the systems used to store and manage information through the use of technologies such as computers.   Information System (IS) means a computer-based system to manage information. The system usually receives information, validates it, do some calculation or processing, stores the data and outputs information.   Examples of ICT are radio, television, telephone, GSM, cellular networks, computers, ad network hardware and software, internet, satellite communications,etc as well as the various services and application associated with them, such as video conferencing and distance learning.   ICT Tools (or Devices) Medium to record information – e.g. Magnetic disk/tape, optical disk (CD/DVD), flash memory, etc. Technology for broadcasting information – e.g. radio, television. Technology for communicating through voice and sound or imagines – e.g. Microphone,… Read More »ICT AS A TRANSFORMATIONAL TOOL



A computer system or tool is a collection of hardware and software components designed to provide an effective tool for computer system and are used in everywhere to assist us in the various task we perform.   CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPUTERS AS TOOL FOR DATA PROCESSING SPEED: A computer is a very fast device, it can carry out instructions at a very high speed obediently uncritically and without exhibiting any emotions. Some calculation that would have taken hours and days to complete otherwise, can be completed in few seconds usually the computer is calculated in MHz, that is one million instructions per second. ACCURACY: Accuracy of a computer is consistently high and the degree of accuracy of a particular computer depends on the instructions and type of processor. Computer has high accuracy in performing tasks. VERSATILITY: Versatility is one of the most wonderful things about computer. Multi-processing features of computer makes… Read More »CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPUTERS AS TOOL FOR DATA PROCESSING

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