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JSS1 Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA) Scheme of Work

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About JSS1 Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA) Scheme of Work

The Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA) is an integration of Music, Visual Arts, Drama, and Dance in which a student is expected to grow alongside the cultural heritage of his people.

In junior secondary schools, cultural and creative arts education helps students explore their creativity and learn about different types of art, like music, painting, acting, and dancing. It is a way for them to express themselves and discover their cultural heritage. 

Through these activities, students not only develop important skills but also get to understand more about themselves and the world they live in. They also learn and appreciate the many ways people express themselves through art.

Assessment Guide

In junior secondary schools, assessment methods in Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA) may vary from one institution to another. However, the common approaches include regular tests or quizzes, known as Continuous Assessment Tests (CATs), and end-of-term exams.

Students’ performance is graded on a scale ranging from A to F. An A grade reflects outstanding achievement,  corresponding to scores around 70% or 80%. An F grade indicates failure, typically associated with scores below 50% or 45%.

JSS1 First Term Scheme of Work for Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA)

 LAGOS STATE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION: UNIFIED SCHEMES OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
 Cultural and Creative Arts Scheme of Work for Junior Secondary School 1(JSS1)
 ClassJ.S.S.1
 SubjectCultural and Creative Arts
 TermFirst Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
1Introduction to Cultural and Creative Arts 
2Introduction to Arts 
3Teamwork and sense of belonging 
4Principles and Elements of Art and Design 
5Drama and Theatre 
6Modeling withPapier Mache 
7Dance 
8Forms and types of Dance 
9Rudiments of Music 
10Theory of Music 
11Fundamentals and Elements of Music 
12Revision 
13Examination 

JSS1 Second Term Scheme of Work for Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA)

 TermSecond Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
1Revision of work done in first term. 
2Introduction to Local Craft – Basic Concepts(a) Definition of local craft (b) Types of materials for making craft. (c) Tools and Equipment for making local craft: (i) Paper work (ii) Tie dye (iii) Batiks (iv) Basketry. (d) Crafts and Localities: (i) Blacksmithing – Awka, Lokoja. (ii) Weaving – Akwete, Oyo, Abeokuta, Okene, Tiv. (iii) Scupture – Oyo, Benin (iv) Dyeing – Maiduguri, Lagos, Abeokuta. (v) Leather work: Kano, Sokoto. (vi) Bread work: Nasarawa, Benin, Ekiti, Bida. (Animal horn: Sokoto, Bauchi, Borno, Kano
3Introduction to Tie and Dye(a) Meaning. (b) Types of Tie and Dye Design: tying, folding, clamping. (c) Materials and tools for Tie and Dye. Fabric-Medium, Dyes – Colouring, Chemical-fixers, Plastic basins-bath, Spatula-turning, Glove for protection, Twine for tieing, (d) Making of designs and furnishing process.
4Modeling: Production of Models with Paper(a) Meaning of paper mash (b) Materials and tools for making paper mash (c) Method of Making Paper mash (d) Uses.
5Making of Models with Paper folding technique(a) Meaning of paper folding technique (2) Materials and tools for paper folding technique (c) Method of paper folding (d) Uses of paper models
6Production of Beads(a) Definition of beads (b) Production of beads: (i) Roll paper beads (ii) Straw beads (iii) Seed d. Bottle (iv) bottle tops/cover beads. (c) Uses of beads
7Production of Collage Using paper(a) Making of paper cpllage (b) Uses of paper collage
8Mosaics(a) Meaning of mosaics (b) Materials and tools in making mosaics – different objects like broken bottle. Broken beads, seuins. – pen, pliers, knife, paint brush, scissors, Newspaper, Ruler, Paper different colour, Glue
9Mosaics(c) Uses of mosaics – jewelry, Flower vase, Greeting cards, Masks, Wall decorations, (d) Mosaics project, e.g. necklace pendant wall decoration
10Revision 
11Examination

JSS1 Third Term Scheme of Work for Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA)

 TermThird Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
1COSTUME IN DRAMA 
2MOSAIC 
3THEORIES OF MUSIC 
4INTRODUCTION TO CHOREOGRAPHY 
5MAKE -UP IN DRAMA 
6CONSEQUENCES OF USING FAKE AND ADULTERATED GOODS 
7CONSEQUENCES OF USING FAKE AND ADULTERATED GOODS 
8BEAD WORKS 
9AFRICAN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 
10TIE – DYE 
11REVISION 
12EXAMINATION 

Recommended Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA)Textbooks for Junior Secondary School 1

The recommended textbooks for Cultural and Creative arts in J.S.S.1 include:

  • Rebirth in Cultural & Creative Arts By J.A Ejiamike & O.N Osemenam – Ejiamike Publishers Cultural & Creative Arts By Odewuni et al – Spectrum Books Ltd JSS 1 
  • Fundamentals of Music & Drama By Dr. A.C Nwafor, Francis C. Obuka – Elites Publishers 
  • Spectrum Cultural & Arts By Odewumi Odebunmi et al  – Spectrum Books Ltd 
  • Model Cultural and Creative Art By Chukwuemelie, CC et al – Mid-Field W.A Ltd

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