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

WEEK 1: TRADITIONAL FABRICS

TRADITIONAL FABRICS

UNITS:                                                                

  1.  List of Traditional Fabrics.
  2. Identification of traditional fabrics from different part of the country.
  3. The teacher asks pupils to draw traditional fabrics and dresses.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  • Teachers list Traditional Fabrics.
  • “Adire”
  • “Aso-oke”
  • “Akwete”
  • “Saki”
  • “paramala”
  • Teacher shows samples on display.
  • Teacher guides pupils to identify traditional fabrics from different part of the country.
  • Teacher asks pupils to draw traditional fabrics and dresses.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils list traditional fabrics and dresses
  2. They observe samples of traditional fabrics and dresses on display.
  3. They draw traditional fabrics and dresses.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  1. Samples of traditional fabrics

WEEK 2 – 3: TRADITIONAL DRESSES

UNITS:                                                                

  1.  Meaning of dresses.
  2. Different types of dresses worn in the society.
  3.  Displays of pictures of people wearing different attires.
  4. Organize a dress –up contest.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  • Teacher explains dresses as clothes or attires that people put on their bodies.
  • Teacher discusses different types of dresses worn in the society e.g.
  • “Agbada”, “sokoto”
  • “Babaringa”, “danshiki”
  • “Caftan”, “Onyanyo”
  • “Buba and iro”
  • “Yar -shar and hola”
  • “Isiagu”
  • Teacher displays pictures of people wearing different attires.
  • Teacher organizes a dress –up contest.
  • Teacher displays pupils completed artwork.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils explain dresses in their own language.
  2. They mention different types of dresses worn in the society.
  3. They identify dresses worn by females and those worn by males.
  4. They participate in dressing contests.
  5. They draw and colour a traditional fabric and a dress.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Samples of traditional fabrics

WEEK 4 – 5: IMPORTANCE OF CLOTHING

UNITS:                                                                

  1. The importance of wearing clothes.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  • Teacher discusses the importance of wearing clothes.
  • To cover our nakedness
  • To make us appear beautiful and attractive.
  • To show culture ones belongs to.
  • To protect us from cold or hot weather
  • To be identified with a group.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils mention four importance of wearing cloths.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Samples of traditional fabrics and dresses.

WEEK 6 -7: FASHION

UNITS:                                                                

  1. The meaning of fashion.
  2.  Display pictures of people wearing clothes for different occasions.
  3. Organize fashion competition for pupils.
  4. Different types of fashions worn in the society.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher explains fashion as a popular style of clothes, hair, etc. at a particular time or place.
  2. Teacher explains further that fashion makes us appear different during wedding and birthday parties.
  3. Teacher displays pictures of people wearing clothes for different occasions.
  4. Teacher organizes fashion competition for pupils.
  5. Teacher discusses different types of fashions worn in the society.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils explain fashion
  2. They identify fashions used in different occasions.
  3. They participate in fashion competition
  4. They mention different types of fashion worn in the society.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Samples of dresses
  • Poster of hair styles

WEEK 8 and 9:  TYPES AND IMPORTANCE OF TRADITIONAL FASHION ACCESSORIES.

UNITS:                                                                

  1. different types of traditional fashion accessories
  2. the importance traditional fashion accessories
  3.  Types of traditional fashion accessories
  4.  Identification of traditional fashion accessories.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  • Teacher mentions different types of traditional fashion accessories like
  • Bead, corals
  • Jewellery, comb
  • Walking sticks
  • Rattles for dancers
  • Shells and cowries
  • Teacher explains the importance traditional fashion accessories as materials that make us appear dignified from members of the society.
  • Teacher display types of traditional fashion accessories like beads, Jewellery, corals, walking sticks.
  • Teacher ask pupils to identify traditional fashion accessories.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils mention different types of traditional accessories in their locality.
  2. They explain the importance of traditional fashion accessories.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  1. Jewellery from traditional materials
  2. Walking sticks
  3. Crowns
  4. shells

WEEK 10: BODY BEAUTIFICATION

UNITS:                                                                

  1.  explains body beautification
  2. Ways by which we can beautify ourselves.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES: 

  • Teacher explains body beautification as ways by which we can adorn our bodies in order to look beautiful and attractive
  • Teacher mentions three ways by which we can beautify ourselves. These bare:
  • Body decoration
  • Hair styling
  • Make –up

Body Decoration:  are decorations that are made directly on the body. Some of them are temporary like powder, lipstick, eyeliner and camwood while some are permanent like tattoos and facial marks.

Hair style: is any decoration added to the hair to make it beautiful like beads, coins, or cowries and it is also the shape in which somebody’s hair is plaited either weaving or plaiting.

Make –up: is a way of applying substances of different colours to the face in order to look beautiful. For examples: white chalk, powder, eyeliner, tangele, kwali, nzu, janseki and camwood body beautification are carried out by specialist.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils identify items of beautification
  2. The discuss different types of beautification
  3. They draw any items of beautification.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Pictures showing different forms of beautification.
  • Real materials objects used for beatification

WEEK 11: BEAUTIFICATION

BEAUTIFICATION

UNITS:                                                                

  1.  Things for beautification.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher mentions other things for beautification like clothes, shoes, hats, headies, rings, handbags, neck chains, and wrist watches.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils mention other things used for beautification.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Pictures showing different forms of beautification.
  • Real materials objects used for beatification

WEEK 12: REVISION AND EXAMINATION

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