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About Cultural and Creative Arts Scheme of Work for Primary 1

he Cultural and Creative Art for Primary One will introduce the pupils to the identification of sounds, they will also be taught rhymes, drama; forms of drama, and types of drama, they will be introduced to teamwork and encouraged to practice it among themselves.

This subject will also introduce them to Nigerian folk songs, and dance. They will be taught different folktales, songs,

and dances and they will be encouraged to narrate any folktale they’ve heard from their parents.

The Primary 1 Cultural and Creative Art is designed to introduce the pupils to our culture and art, the class should be made interesting and educative, as this will encourage the pupils to be more interested in what our art is all about.

Primary 1 First Term Scheme of Work for Cultural and Creative Arts

 LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF EDUCATION UNIFIED SCHEMES OF WORK FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS.
 Cultural and Creative Art Scheme of Work for Primary/Basic 1
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 1
 SUBJECTCultural and Creative Art
 TERMFirst Term
WEEKSTOPICSLearning Objectives
1Meaning of Art
-Identification of forms of Art
-Functional artwork and uses
By the end of the lesson, pupils .should bc able to:
i. explain the meaning of art, by giving ideas generally from their mind to
become reality;
ii. list forms of art i.e. drawing, painting, singing and writing;
iii. give examples or functional artwork and create some functional
artwork and the uses.
2Meaning of Sounds and music
Identification of Tonic Sol-fa
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
I. differentiate sounds and music;
ii identifY the letters of tonic sol-fa and there tune correctly
3Meaning of branches of art,
-Identification of objects around the class,
-Grouping object into branches
Bythe end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i.explain what branches means by given explanation;
ii. discuss the branches of classifY art work;
4Rhymes children,
-Definition of rhymes
-Revision of previous rhymes
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. discuss the definition of rhymes;
ii. recite their previous rhymes;
iii. discuss the importance of rhymes
5Definition of drama,
-Forms of drama,
-Types of drama,
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. define what drama as a means of telling stories;
ii. explain the forms of drama i.e. I) comedy 2) tragedy;
iii. outline and explain the types of drama example:
– scripture and nonscripture.
6Meaning of teamwork(Importancc of teamwork)
How to achicvc tcam work
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to.
i. explain the meaning thc meaning of team work,
i.e. to joining hand, act on the samc thing;
ii. outline watch importance of team work;
iii. generate ideas to achieve team work;
7TEXT/MID-TERM/OPEN DAY
8Meaning of art
-Types of art
-Function ofart work
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of art;
ii. discuss types of art i.e.* visual and non-visual art;
iii. discuss the Function of art workin the society spiritual use
9 tonic sol-fa; sing the day is blight,
is bright and fear happy day ofjoy with sol-fa;
ii. repeat the song several time with the correct tune.
10-11REVISION
12-13EXAMINATION

 

Primary 1 Second Term Scheme of Work for Cultural and Creative Arts

 CLASSPrimary/ Basic 1
 SUBJECTCultural and Creative Art
 TERMSecond Term
WEEKSTOPICSLearning Objectives
1Readiness test
-Meaning of craft
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. define and explain the meaning of craft correctly;
ii. natne sonic crafts at home
2Singing the Nigeria national anthemBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. recite the tonic sol-fa of the song correctly;
ii.pronounce some difficult words discover and select from the song
correctly, part in singing the song.
3Types of craftBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. list types of craft;
ii. illustrate each of the craft work correctly;
iii. take part in a group work
4Uses ofmusic in our sociery.By the end ofthe lesson pupils should be able to;
i. analyse the uses of music,
ii. relate the importance to our day to day activities.
5Definition of dance
-Types of dance.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. demonstrate dance as in movelnent of the body;
ii. discuss types of dance observes in the school and their locality;
iii. to discuss the importance of dance in our school and society
example; entcrtainmcnt, to pass information or massage to make people
happy
6Introduction to story tellingBy the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. tell stories about them self,
ii. outline the theme of a stoop,
iii. follow teacher’s illustration to form short story.
7MID TERM TEST
8Introduction to RecorderBy the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to;
i. position the fingers on the recorder correctly;
ii. manipulate a recorder, and share with the class;
iii. blow sound correctly with the recorder.
9Sense of BelongingBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. define sense of belonging;
ii. outline some items that can be personal;
iii. explain the Importance of sense of belonging;
iv. discuss how to achieve sense of belonging
10Identification of craft items Drawing of craft itemsBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to;
i. identify crafts in the home and discuss with the class;
ii.explain craft itetns; draw some craft itmes.
11Sing Folk SongBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. decide their tribe;
ii. examine their culture;
iii. sing their local song.
12REVISION
13EXAMINATION

 

Primary 1 Third Term Scheme of Work for Cultural and Creative Arts

 CLASSPrimary/ Basic 1
 SUBJECTCultural and Creative Art
 TERMThird Term
WEEKSTOPICSLearning Objectives
1Readiness test
-Ceremonies
By the end 0f the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. mention / explain each types of ceremonies;
ii. explain the important value derive from ceremonies.
2Drawing of different weaving itemsBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of weaving item;
ii.identify different Vpes of weaving items;
iii. take part in goup work i.e. drawing of weaving item.
3Singing
-Ear training, using tonic solfa singing
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. identify and pronounce the solfa tonic correctly;
ii. revise the previous tonic solfa song correctly;
iii. pronounce the difficult words in the song correctly;
iv. sing the song fluently.
4Body make – up
– Part of the body to be beautify
-Materials for make – up.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. mention parts of the body to be beautified;
ii. identify materials to decorate different part of the body.
5Body make – upBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of body make – up;
ii. list types of make – up
iii. explain the importance of make-up
iv. apply make – up to the part of the body neatly and correctly.
6Colours
-Primary colours and national colours
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify objects around thc class with their colours:
ii. identify and explain the meaning of primary colours;
iii. describe Nigeria national colours; draw Nigeria flag.
7MID TERM BREAK
8Body make-up materialsBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. recall the part of body and beautification of the body;
ii. explain the meaning of local make — up
iii. beautification of the body.
9Types of danceBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. state some activities that include dance in the school;
ii. state the steps in dance;
iii. demostrate dance with the correct stepping and body movement.
10Music as a tool for recordingBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. discuss a previous event observed in the school
ii. discuss a story heard from parent;
iii. listen to the teacher while teaching them the meaning of keeping
records with music.
iv. listening to CDs telling stories of important past events
e.g Nigeria independent.
11REVISION
12&13REVISION/EXAMINATION

 

Recommended Cultural and Creative Arts Textbooks for Primary 1

Recommended Textbooks for Pupils & Educators

  1. A.K. Badaru, Cultural and Creative Arts for Primary School, Learn Africa, 2016.
  2. Kolade Salami, Rasmed Basic Cultural and Creative Arts, Rasmed Publication, 2017.
  3. Adeleke Taiwo, Arts for Primary Schools, University Press.
  4. Samson K.  Adekoya et al,  Cultural and Creative Arts for Primary Schools, Tanus Book Ltd
  5. Nkwanguo JV E, Creative Arts Crafts and culture for Primary Schools, Metropolitan.
  6. H.C, Ngumah et al, Cultural and Creative Arts for Primary Schools, Evans Brothers , Ltd.
  7. J.E. Abbe, Cultural and Creative Arts for Primary Schools, Bitmap Publication Ltd, 2015
  8. Olawale Wealth, Cultural and Creative Arts.
  9. Kemi Olurinola et al, Cultural and Creative Arts, African Resource, 2013.
  10. Bayo Adebowale et al, Cultural and Arts for Primary School, HEBN Publishers Ltd , 2016.
  11. Monica Abadom, Cultural and Creative Art for Primary School,WABP, 2015.
  12. Bayo Okunola, Beginner Art in Primary School, Bounty Press Ltd, 2015.
  13. C. Ngumah et al, Cultural and Creative Art for Primary School, Evans.
  14. Abubakar Urnar et al, Basic Cultural and Creative Art , Extension.
  15. Adeteke Taiwo et al, Cultural and Creative Art for Primary School, University Press.
  16. Adepegba et al, Cultural and Creative Art for Primary School, Melrose.

 

Music

  1. Dr Humphrey C. Nwafor Sodipo RIJ, New Basic Musical Knowledge, Elites, 2013.
  2. Olufemi Oladele Opajobi, Basic Knowledge in Music for Primary School, Rasmed 2014.

Coloring

  1. O. H. Abdulai, Step by Step to Let’s Draw, Decliff, 2014.
  2. Efe Lovetta Ani, Picture Coloring and Reading Book, Evans, 2002.
  3. Henry SP Mario Nwachukwu, Cradle Coloring and Activity, Moral Seed, 2015. 

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