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Musical Instrument and sounds III

TITLE: LESSON NOTE ON CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS

SUBJECT: CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS

THEME: Performing Arts and Entertainment

TERM: SECOND TERM

WEEK: WEEK 3

DATE:

CLASS: PRIMARY 4                           

AGE OF STUDENTS:

CLASS COMPOSITION: Slow and fast learners.

PERIOD:

DURATION: 40 MINUTES

TOPIC: Musical Instrument and sounds III

Units:

  • Classification of musical instruments and sounds

Learning Objectives

At the end of this Module, Pupils should be able to:

  • Classify musical instruments and sounds.

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS

  • Pencil
  • Drawing book
  • Different colours
  • Art works
  • Explanatory posters/pictures
  • Explanatory Video

TEACHING AND LEARNING METHOD

  • Explanation
  • Discussion
  • Questions and Answers

Entry Behaviour: the students have been taught foreign musical instrument.

REFERENCE MATERIALS

  • Universal Basic Education Curriculum.
  • NERDC Basic Education Curriculum for primary schools.
  • Lagos State Scheme of work
  • Unified Schemes of Work Primary Schools for Cultural and Creative Arts (MIDDLE BASIC)
  • Internet Materials.
  • Edudelight Cultural and Creative Arts for Primary Schools.

WORD FILE: Chordophones, Aero phones, Idiophones, Membranophones.                 

                                        CONTENT

Classification of Nigerian and foreign Musical instruments.

Traditional Nigerian musical instruments can be classified into four categories. These are:

  1. Aero phones: these instruments are designed in such a way that they can be played vertically or transversely. They are made and carved from wood or bamboo. They depend on a column of air to produce sound. E.g bamboo, ogene, kakaki, elephant tusk, local flute, whisoro, etc.
  2. Chordophones: these are stringed instrument.  They depend on the vibrations of these strings to produce sounds. The strings are plucked to produce sounds. Examples are goje, akpata. Foreign chordophones are harps, lutes, lyres, and zithers.
  3. Idiophones: these are the instruments whose body vibrates to produce sounds by shaking the instrument, or hitting it. Examples are xylophone, bells, agogo, rattles, pot drum, maracas, piano, etc.
  4. Membranophones: these are musical instruments that depend solely on the skin of animals for their source of sound. Examples are drums like Bata drums, Hausa drums, talking drums etc.

PRESENTATION

  • He/she mention the classification of musical instruments.
  • The teacher leads pupils to mention the classification of musical instruments.
  • The pupils copy and submit their note for marking.

STUDENT ACTIVITIES:

  • Student mention the classification of musical instruments.
  • Locally made flute is in what categories.

 EVALUATIVE ACTIVITIES

Instruction: Answer the following questions below.

  • What are the categories of Nigerian musical instruments?
  • What tribe make use of bata drum?

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