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FIRST TERM CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY THREE (3)/ BASIC (3)

WEEK 1: ENVIRONMENT

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

Lesson 1

  1. Teachers teach the meaning of environment as the natural world in which people, animals and plants live
  2. Teacher displays a picture of a clean environment.
  3. The teacher leads pupils outside to observe the immediate environment.

Lesson 2

  1.  The teacher asks pupils to describe and draw their neighbour’s houses.
  2. The teacher assists them to show their awareness of what they see around them like trees, grasses, roads, animals, fences, water taps, hills, etc.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils listen and observe pictures of clean water.
  2. They explain the meaning of environment.
  3. They draw their neighbour’s houses.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  1. Pictures of environment.
  2. Trees
  3. Flower
  4. Grasses
  5. Roads
  6. Animals
  7. Pencil colours

WEEK 2: THINGS FOUND IN THE ENVIRONMENT

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

Lesson 1

  1. Teacher displays a picture of a clean environment.
  2. The teacher asks pupils to identify things found in the environment.
  3. Teacher lists things found in the environment i.e. flowers, trees, roads, grasses, animals, fences, tap water, parks, church and mosque.

Lesson 2

  1. Teacher draws some of the things observed within the environment.
  2. The teacher asks pupils to draw their own and colour.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils identify things found in the environment.
  2. They list things in the environment.
  3. They draw and colour few things found in a clean environment.


TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Pictures of environment.
  2. Trees
  3. Flower
  4. Grasses
  5. Roads
  6. Animals
  7. Pencil Colours

WEEK 3: CARE OF THE ENVIRONMENT

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. The teacher explains how to care for the environment.
  2. Cutting of grasses around the houses.
  3. Sweeping the floor
  4. Packing our refuse into dustbins
  5. Mopping and washing of toilets and bathrooms.
  6. The dusting of chairs and tables.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils listen to teacher explanation on how to take care of the environment.
  2. They explain how to care for the environment.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Pictures of environment.
  2. Trees
  3. Flower
  4. Grasses
  5. Roads
  6. Animals
  7. Pencil colours

WEEK 4: FLOWERING PLANTS

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. . Teacher  describe flowering plant as small trees that have many colourful petals
  2. Teacher shows examples of flowers in the environment like rose, hibiscus, and sun flowers.
  3. Teacher explains the usefulness of flowers in the environment:
  4. Decoration of houses n or offices.
  5. Beautification of environment
  6. Gift for loved ones
  7. Hair beautification
  8. Marking occasion like marriage, Christmas and birthday.
  9. Teacher leads pupils to mention different colours of flowers e.g. red, yellow, purple, white, blue, pink or multicolor

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils listen to teacher explanation on how to take care of the environment.
  2. They explain how to care for the environment.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Pictures showing the usefulness of flowers

WEEK 5:  DESIGNING AND COLOURING FLOWERING PLANTS

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher starts by writing different flowers with their  colours e.g.
  2. Hibiscus – red, yellow and green.
  3. Rose – green and brown.
  4. Sun flower – yellow and black
  5. Lotus – pink and green
  6. Camellia – pink  and green
  7. Orchid – white brown and pink
  8. Teacher plucks a flower, and ask pupils to draw and colour diagram of a flower on the board.
  9. Teacher plucks a flower and asks pupils to draw it inside their drawing books.
  10. Teacher guides pupils to colour the flowers with their natural colours.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils list examples of flowering plants.
  2. They observe diagram, pictures and real flowers.
  3. They pluck a flower each and draw it in their drawing books.
  4. They colour the drawings with natural colours.
    TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS
  5. Colours

WEEK 6: TYPES OF LINES

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher teaches by explaining lines as making or drawing patterns or objects with hand.
  2. Teacher explains different types of lines with the aid of diagrams.
  3. Zig –Zag
  4. Straight line
  5. Broken Line
  6. Curve Line
  7. Thin Line
  8. Thick Line
  • Teacher guides pupils on how lines can be used to make designs.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils explain lines.
  2. They explain different types of lines with the aid of diagrams.


TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Cardboard paper
  • Makers
  • Drawing books
  • Pencils
  • Colours

WEEK 7: REVISION AND MID TERM’S TEST

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES: REVISION AND MID TERM’S TEST

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: REVISION AND MID TERM’S TEST

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

WEEK 8 and 9: USING LINES IN DESIGNS

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES: 

  1. Teacher demonstrates how to use lines in designs.
  2. Teacher guides pupils on how to use lines in simple diagram.
  3. Teacher asks pupils to draw lines to create designs.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils listen and observe demonstration on how to use lines on designs.
  2. They do different designs.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Cardboard paper
  • Makers
  • Drawing books
  • Pencils
  • Colours

WEEK 10 – 11: PATTERN MAKING

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

Lesson 1

  1. Teacher explains and writes examples  of pattern making
  2. Pattern is repeated continuously in a motif.
  3. A motif is a unit of design that is made up of lines, shapes, colours.
  • Teacher leads pupils on how a pattern can be made with simple design by
  • Printing method
  • Stamping method
  • Tracing Method
  • PRINTING METHOD: this is the method of applying colour to the surface of what you want to print and transferring it on the paper surface repeatedly, for example leaf print.
  • STAMPING METHOD: this is the method of applying colour to the design surface  in which you want to print with and stamping it repeatedly  on the surface  of what you want to print with and stamping it repeatedly on the surface in which you want your pattern to appear, for example cassava or yam print.
  • TRACING METHOD: this method by which you trace your design on the paper repeatedly and apply colour. For example tracing paper.

Lesson 2

  1. Teacher guides pupils on how to make design patterns by:
  2. Printing
  3. Stamping
  4. Tracing
  • Teacher leads pupils on what patterns can be used for:
  • Picture
  • Craft design
  • Border design

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils explain pattern making and motif.
  2. They list the methods applied in making a patterns with simple designs
  3. They explain each method with examples.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Drawing paper
  • Pencil
  • Coloured pencil
  • Ruler

WEEK 12: REVISION AND EXAMINATION

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