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JSS3 Cultural and Creative Arts Scheme of Work

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About JSS3 Cultural and Creative Arts 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

The crowning event for Jss3  and the Junior Secondary school as a whole is the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) which is taken mid-third term. The assessment methods for Cultural and Creative Arts include written examinations, which may consist of multiple-choice questions, short-answer questions, and essay-type questions. These exams are conducted in a controlled environment to ensure fairness and integrity.

Additionally, practical assessments may be included which assess students’ ability to apply theoretical knowledge to practical tasks.

Furthermore, continuous assessment, which involves periodic tests, assignments, and projects conducted throughout the academic session, also contributes to the overall BECE assessment. This allows for an all-around evaluation of students’ performance and progress over time.

JSS3 First Term Scheme of Work for Cultural and Creative Arts

 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PROPRIETORS OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS (NAPPS) SCHEMES OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
 Cultural and Creative Arts Scheme of Work for Junior Secondary School 3(JSS3)
 ClassJ.S.S 3
 SubjectCultural and Creative Arts
 TermFirst Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
1NIGERIA TRADITIONAL ART-Definition of traditional art
-Types of traditional art:
-Nok Igbo-ukwu.
-Ife Benin etc.
2IDENTIFICATION OF PALACES OF ORIGIN OF EACH ARTS-States of origin of Nigeria artworks:
Nok – Kaduna: Ife – Osun state;
Benin – Edo state etc.
– Functions of Nigerian traditional arts
3CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN ART / ARTIST-Definition of contemporary art.
-Short life history and the contributions of pioneer artists:
Aina Onabolu; Akinola Lasekan
Madam Lachi Kwali Bruce Ona Brekpeya etc.
4NIGERIAN CONTEMPORARY ART WORK-Prominent works of the artists and their location.
-Caran (Sango)Ben Enweonwu
-Sculptural decoration (Demas Nwoko National Theatre, Lagos)
-Etching – Bruce Onabrekpeya delta state etc.
– Income generation through contemporary art
5MOTIF– Meaning of motif (a unit of a design)
Types of motifs with examples-
Plant motifs; Floral motif;
Traditional motifs; Geometrical motifs
6USES OF MOTIFS AND ITS APPLICATION– Uses motif: To decorate borders; making of greeting card;
designing patterns
7DISPLAY TECHNIQUES-Definition of display.
– Various methods of preparing artwork for display:
Labelling; farming; fixing.

– Display techniques:
Categorizing; Mounting boards; Designing of space
8EXHIBITION– Meaning of exhibition.
– Types of exhibition: – Solo – Juried – Commercial
– Non-commercial Group
9EXCURSIONExcursion to gallery and museum.
10LETTERING-Definition of lettering.
-Types of letters e.g.
-Uses of lettering –e.g. Information communication, education.
– Construction of letters: construction of letters A-M and construction of letters N-Z both in lowercase and uppercases)
11REVISION 
12EXAMINATION 

 

JSS3 Second Term Scheme of Work for Cultural and Creative Arts

 TermSecond Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
1PACKAGE DESIGN-Meaning of package design
-Mentioning the methods of package designs
-Functions of package design
2CONSTRUCTION OF PACKAGE DESIGNS-Construction of different packages
-Write captions on packages for advertisement.
3MARKETING OF ART WORK-Ways or outlets for marketing art work e.g. shops, hotels, festivals, trade fairs gallery
4FUNDING FOR ART BUSINESS-Sources of funding of art work business e.g. relatives, individuals, corporate and government organization
5INTRODUCTION TO EMBROIDERY-Meaning and definition of embroidery
-Embroidery materials and tools
-Sources of embroidery: Nature; environment;
Flower; magazines; Gift wrappers, etc.
6PRACTICAL WORK ON HOW TO TRANSFER DESIGN TO FABRICS-Methods of transferring embroidery designs:
-Use of carbon paper; Pricking Tailors tack; Direct drawing
7KNITTING-Meaning of knitting stitches
-Basic knitting stitches
-Pull knit
 PRACTICAL WORK ON KNITTINGPreparation of caps, cardigan socks, towel, table cover etc.
8MAKING OF CROTCHETS-Meaning of crotchets.
-Materials and tools used for making crotchets.
-Display of finished works.
9BATIK WORK-Meaning of batik
-Materials and tools used in batik work.
-Making a batik project:
– Techniques; – Processes
10USES OF MUSIC AND IMPACT OF MUSIC-Mentioning of different uses of music
-Impact of music to the society.
– Help to build relationships;
– help foster brotherliness;
– creates awareness in the mass media etc.
11REVISION 
12EXAMINATION 

JSS3 Third Term Scheme of Work for Cultural and Creative Arts

 TermThird Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
1CREATING MUSIC IN SOLFA NOTATION VALUES-Musical notes and their values
-Translating staff to solfa
-Clap a rhythm
2DRAMA AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL
COMMUNITIES
-Drama and theatre for development
-Drama on “Act now rather than wait for government
to do everything for you.”-
3OPPORTUNITIES FOR CAREER DRAMATISTS-Career prospects for:
Playwright; Actor
Director Designer.
– Their contributions to the society.
4PROCESS OF CHOREOGRAPHY– Processes involved in choreography
-Gathering of the movement.
-Putting and arranging the movements by teaching the dancers.
-Creating the final structure and polishing it for performance.
5PROSPECTS OF STUDYING DANCE IN NIGERIAProspects of dance in Nigeria:
– Dance can be a good source of income for the
government and the performer.
– It can also bring in foreign exchange when used in
tourism industry like carnivals.
– Dance as a cultural indicator and promoter.
6UNITY– Meaning of unity
– Causes of disunity in the home, school and society
– How to maintain unity:
– Be tolerant; – Be fair to all;
– Be sincere; – Be cautious
– Respect other opinions
– Be accommodating.
7REVISION 
8BECE PRACTICAL 
9BECE PRACTICAL 
10BECE PRACTICAL 
11BECE PRACTICAL 
12BECE EXAMINATION 

 

Recommended Cultural and Creative Arts Textbooks for Junior Secondary School 3

The recommended textbooks for Cultural and Creative Arts in J.S.S.3 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 3 
  • 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 Arts By Chukwuemelie, CC et al – Mid-Field W.A Ltd

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