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Scheme of Work on Cultural and Creative Art for JSS Junior Secondary School

CCA Scheme of Work for JSS 1 First Term

Cultural and Creative Art Scheme of Work for JSS1 First Term
List of topic
Theory of music
Fundamentals of music
Ear training and harmony
Rudiment of music I – III
Relative value of musical note
Instrument recorder
Classification of local musical instrument

CCA Scheme of Work for JSS 2 Second Term

List of topic
The study of colours I-IV
Colour application in craft
Painting I – II
Design in the
theatre I-II
The study of colours 1
Design in the theatre 3
Rehearsal 1

CCA Scheme of Work for JSS 3 Third Term

List of Topic
Exhibition and display techniques II
Knitting and Crocheting
Batik work
Unity
Drama and development of rural community

Cultural and Creative Arts Scheme of Work for Junior Secondary School

Below is first Term week 1-6 CCA Scheme of work for Junior Secondary School JSS 3.
CCA teacher can teach with this, while student used it to  study and read ahead.

TOPIC PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE CONTENT ACTIVITIES
1. Types and features of Nigerian traditional art I Students should be able to:

(1)  list types of Nigerian Traditional Art.

(2)  identify places of origin of each Art

(3)  state functions of Nigerian Traditional Art Work

(1)  Types of Traditional Art: Nok, Igbo-Ukwu, Ife, Benin, Esie

(2)  Places of origin of Nigerian Art Work: nok- Plateau state, Igbo- ukwu-Anambra Ife-osun

Benin-Edo

Esie-Kwara

(3)  Functions of Nigerian Traditional Art

(1)  Explain the types of traditional art, stating their place of Origin

(2)  Explains the functions of traditional Nigerian Art work

2. Nigerian traditional art II Students should be able to:

(1) mention names of Nigerian Traditional Art Culture like:

(1) nok

(ii)  ife

(iii)  benin

(2)  state the characteristics of each art

(3)  identify the materials used in executing each work

(1)  Popular Nigerian Art cultures: nof, ife, benin

(2)   Characteristics of the work of art of each culture

(3)  Difference similarity and style

(4)  Materials used in executing the art works

(1)  Explain how the Art cultures came into existence

(2)  Explains the characteristics of each Art culture

(3)  Guide students to appreciate the similarities/differen ces

(4)  Mention Art materials

3. Nigerian traditional art. Ill Students should be able to:

(1)  Discuss about Igbo-Ukwu Art; Esie Art, Tsoede Mbari House Art, Twin Figure.

(2)   State their characteristics

(3)  Identify and describe materials used in the Art works

(1)  Nigerian Art Culture: Igbo-Ukwu Art

Esie Swapstone Art Tsoede Bronze Art Mbari House Art Twin Figure.

(2)  Characteristics of the works of Art.

(3)  Materials used in executing the Art works

(1)  Explains how the art culture could be

(2)    Explains the characteristics of each Art culture

(3)  Guide the students to mention the materials used in producing the Art works

4. Contemporary Nigerian art and artist I Students should be able to:

(1)  define contemporary Nigerian Art

(2)  mention some names of contemporary Nigerian Artists.

(3)  discuss their contributions of Nigerian Art development

(4)  identify some prominent works

(5)  discuss how income can be generated through contemporary art

(1)  Nigerian Contemporary arts.

(2)  Mention names of pioneering Nigerian Artists:

(i)  Aina Onabolu

(ii)   Akinolal Lasikan, Ben Eruwonwu, Mrs. Etsu Ngbodaga

(3)  The efforts they put into developing the contemporary Nigerian Art culture.

(4)  Prominent Arts and their locations.

Sango (Ben Enwonwu) NEPA Office, Lagos.

(1)  Explains the meaning of contemporary Art.

(2)  Explains the contributions of the pioneering Nigeria Artists

(3)   Guide students to identify names of contemporary Nigerian Artists.

5 & 6 Contemporary Nigerian art and artists. II&III Students should be able to:

(1)  define

contemporary Nigerian Art

(2)  mention names of contemporary Nigerian Artists

(3)  discuss their contributions to Nigerian Art development

(4)  identify some prominent works by these Artists

(5)  discuss how income can be generated through contemporary art

(1)  Nigerian Contemporary Arts

(2)  Mention names of pioneering Nigerian Artists:

1.  Solomon Wangboje

2.  Ladi Kwali

3.  Brace Onobrakpeyan

4.  Lamidi Fakeye

5.  Yusuf Grillo

6.  Demas Nwoko

7.  Uche Okeke

8.  Jimoh Buraimoh

9.  Erhabor Emokpae

10.  Twin Seven seven

(3)  Prominent Arts/Locations:

(i)  Pottery centre (Ladi Kwali) Abuja

(ii)   Olokun (Erhabor Emokpae) UBA, Lagos

(iii)  Festac’77 (Erhabor)

(iv)   Illustrations, (Things fall Apart) Uche Okeke

(v)  Sculptural Decorations (Demas Nwoko) Lagos

(vi)  Etching (Brace Onobrakpeyan) Abarhaofor, Delta State.

(1)  Explains the meaning of contemporary art

(2)  Explains the contributions of these pioneers to Nigerian society.

(3)  Guide students to identify names of these artists.

(4)  Preservation of our cultural heritage

(5)  Means of livelihood

(6)Name works of some Artists and their locations

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