Primary 3 Cultural and Creative Arts Scheme of Work

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About Cultural and Creative Arts Scheme of Work for Primary 3

Cultural and Creative Art covers three broad themes; Music, Art, and Drama. It aims to expose the pupils to their cultural heritage. It will teach them how to appreciate and acquire the basic elements of their cultural heritage.

The topics covered under this subject are; Introduction to drawing, singing, staging of a play, types of flower, drawing staff/stave, use of lines, introduction to modelling, traditional fabrics and dresses, musical notes and their values, methods of modelling objects with clay plastering, the importance of traditional dresses etc.

This subject is mostly practical, the educators should ensure they practice it with the pupils and encourage them to do the same.

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Primary 3 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 3
 
CLASSPrimary/Basic 3
SUBJECTCultural and Creative Art
TERMFirst Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1Introduction to Drawing:
Drawing of things found in the
enviroment e.g.
house, chairs, biro, cars, road, etc.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify the image by nane,
ii. state it functions /importance,
iii. trace and draw the object/image
2Introducuon to singing.By the end of the lessonj pupils should be able to:
i. define the word ‘singing’,
ii. identify the things that happens in their environments
iii. sing about them, both in tonic solfas and in text e.g
rain, traffic light, stars, sun etc.
3-4Staging: The way in which a play is
produced.
-Presentation of play
By the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain what it means to stage a play/drama,
ii. state the steps to laying ground work for a successful play
staging
iii. stage a play and present to the class.
5-6Singing about flowery plants.
-Singing about things in the
environment with tonic solfas.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i.identify the different things in their immediate
envnontnents and their usefulness,
ii. sing different songs about floweryplants,
iii. present songs on things that are in their environments.
7MID-TERM OPEN_DAY
8Types Flowers.By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. Mention the names of different types of flowers,
ii. express their feelings about flowers existence around the
environments and their functions,
iii. recommend the types of flowers they like to plant in their
environments,
iv.draw the flowers and colour them beautifully.
9Drawing of staff/stave.
-The Grand/great staff.
-The Clefs.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. relate what a staff is,
ii. compare and contrast between the staff and the great stave,
iii. differentiate between the different musical clefs, draw the
clefs and staves.
10Use of linesBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. Recall the definition of line,
ii. Differentiate between lines,
iii. Draw different types of lines.
11Study of Lines and spaces of music
staff/stave.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify the treble and bass staves,
ii. recite the first 7 letters of alphabet used to label the lines
and spaces of treble and bass staves i.e. A, C, I), E, F, G,
iii. create new acronyms to the lines and spaces or both treble
and bass staves,
iv. draw and label the lines and spaces of both the treble and
manuscripts.
12REVISION
13EXAMINATION

Primary 3 Second Term Scheme of Work for Cultural and Creative Arts

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 3
 SUBJECTCultural and Creative Art
 TERMSecond Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1Introduction to modelling e.g objects
like pot, cups, etc with paper mache
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
i. relate the definition of Inodelling with paper,
ii. mention the materials used for modelling,
iii. highlight the method and steps to follow in modclling with
papier macho,
iv. model the different objects
e.g. cups, plates, animals like lizard etc.
2Singing tonic solfas of twinkle
twinkle little stars and some
matching songs.


By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
i. repeat the musical sound pronounced by the teacher
correctly,
ii. sing the tonic solfas of the seven songs correctly,
iii. sing the text, follow its tonic solfas.
3Traditional fabrics and dresses.By the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify the traditional fabrics of each culture of Nigerian
languages,
ii. appreciate their cultural heritage in terms of their
traditional dresses,
iii. state the occasions where each fabric is used and their
importance.
4Musical notes and their values
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
i. identify the different musical notes with their shapes,
ii. watch each notc with its own values and rest signs,
iii. clap each of their beats or counts correctly,
iv. plot a table containing cach note with their different names,
v. values, beat number and rest signs with the assistance of the
teacher
5Methods of modelling objects with
clay plastering.
By the end oflesson, pupils will be able to:
i. Describe what clay is,
ii. mention the methods of modelling with clay,
iii. demonstrate the different methods of modelling to mould
objects like cup, pot, animals etc, with clay.
6Importance of Traditional Dresses
e.g. iro and Buba, Aso Oke, Adire,
“Tar shara and
Hula” etc
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
i. identify the traditional wears of different tribes in Nigeria
i.e. Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo, etc,
ii. outline some of the traditional wears and their importance to
different cultures. e.g. Babariga”,” buba and iro”,” sokoto”,
“yar-shar and hula”.
7MID-TERM OPEN-DAY
8Musical notes: Rhythmic Clapping.By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
i. identify each note with their numbers of counts or beats,
ii. clap different music with their accurate timing.
9Fashion accessories.By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
i. relate the meaning of fashion accessories,
ii. summarise the types of traditional accesories and their
importance to fashion
10Musical notes.
Introduction to notation.
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
i. musical notes on lines and space of the treble and bass stave
correctly
ii. musical match notes with their rest signs drawn
11Costume.
Make-up in Drama
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
i. Demonstrate the meaning of costume.
ii. Classify the types and functions of costume.
iii. how to make up and present to the class. .
iv. Beaded jewelleries, corals, combs, walking stick.

12REVISION
13EXAMINATION

Primary 3 Third Term Scheme of Work for Cultural and Creative Arts

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 3
 SUBJECTCultural and Creative Art
 TERMThird Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1Creating a drama sketch from a story.By the end the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. present a sh0rt and interesting story on any of the given
themes: Teamwork, Patrotism and Dignity of Labour,
ii. write/screen a short play, using any of the given theme.
2-3Types of lines. Uses of Lines.By the end ofthe lesson, pupils should be able to;
i.describe what lines are,
ii. outline the names and uses of different lines„
iii. draw the lines,
iv. distinguish between the different types of lines,
v. state the uses ofthe lines.
4Musical notesBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. recall musical note definition,
ii. identify the different musical notes,
iii. match each of the notes with its value.
5Musical notes. values and rest signs.By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
i. recall what music and musical notes are,
ii. expatiate on musical notes and their values,
iii. analyse rest signs are and their equivalence with each note.
6DrawingBy the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of drawing,
ii. list the different types of drawing,
iii. distinguish the uses of drawing.
7MID-TERM/OPENDAY
8-9Methods of moulding objectsBy the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
i. summarize the meaning of modelling
ii. apply the methods of moulding correctly,
iii. mould objects, like cup, pot, bucket, etc On their own.
10Introduction to recorder playing.By the end ofthe lesson, should be able to:
i. Classify the Recorder correctly, among the western musical
instruments. (woodwind),
ii. name the different parts ofthe recorder,
iii. identify the letter name of notes of the recorder,
iv. match the notes with the letters of the lines and spaces of
the staff.
11Fashion accessories, singing songs
about wearing cloths that are
morally beautiful
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
i. define fashion accessories with examples
ii. outline the different types of fashion accessories
e.g beaded jewelry, comb, walking stick etc.
iii. analyze the importance of accesories to man
12REVISION
13EXAMINATION

Recommended Cultural and Creative Arts Textbooks for Primary 3

Main Text

1. A.K. Badaru et al, Cultural & Creative Arts for Pty Sch, Learn Africa, 2015.

2. Ntonica Abadotn, Cultural & Creative Arts for Pry Sch, WABP, 2016.

3. K. Adepagba et al, Cultural & Creative Arts for Pry Sch, Bdetrose Book, 2016.

4. Bayo Adebowale, Basic Cultural & Creative Arts for Pry Sch, HEFN, 2016.

5. ADeteke Taiwo et al, Cultural & Creative Arts for Pry Sch, UPL, 2015.

6. Kolade Salami, Basic Cultural & Creative Arts for Pry Sch, Rasmed, 2016.

7. H.C. Ngumah, Cultural & Creative Arts for Pty School, Evans, 2015.

8. Olawale Wealth, Cultural & Creative Arts for Pry Sch, Right, 2016

9. J.E Abbe, Cultural & Creative Arts for Pry Sch, Bittnap Pub Ltd, 2016.

10. Nkwanyuo WE, Creative Arts Craft and Culture for Pry Sch, Metropolitan, 2016.

11. Bayo Okunlola, Cultural S Creative Ads for Pry sch, Bounty Press, 2016.

12. Onwudiv,e E . V, Intensive Cultural & Creative Arts, Noble Resource Ltd, 2016.
Workbook

13. Adeleke Taiwo et al, Cultural & Creative Art for Pry Sch, UPL, 2015.

14. H.C. Ngumah, Cultural & Creative Arts for Pry School, Evans, 2015.

15. K. Adepagba et al, Cultural & Creative Arts for Pry Sch, Bdetrose Book, 2016.


Music Textbook
16. Dr. Humphrey et al, New Basic Musical Knowledge, Elites, 2014.

17. Nwafor Olufemi, Music for Pry Schools, Rasmed, 2014.

18. Oladele Opajobi, Sodipo R.U, Basic Knowledge in Music, Bounty, 2013. 


Music Workbook
19. Dr. Humphrey et al, New Basic Musical Knowledge, Elites, 2014.

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