THIRD TERM CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY ONE (1)

Lagos State Syllabus for Cultural and Creative Arts primary one

Third term Primary one Cultural and Creative Arts Curriculum – Edudelight.com Scheme of work

WEEK 1 AND 2

TOPIC/SKILL: Ceremonies

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:

Pupils should be able to: identify the different types of ceremonies.                                                                                                

CONTENT:

1. Types of ceremonies.

Traditional, religious,

carnivals and national

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Explains the different types of ceremonies

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Suggest types of ceremonies

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Pictures of ceremonial events ceremonial food types, clothing and costumes musical instrument, picture of animals etc.

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to:

1. list the major types of ceremonies

2. list two ceremonies in their locality

WEEK 3 and 4

TOPIC/SKILL: Ceremonies

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. give examples of traditional ceremonies

2. give examples of religious ceremonies.                                                             

CONTENT:

1. Example of ceremonies

i. Traditional naming, marriage, fishing durbar etc.

ii. Religious – Christians Esther, Id- El-kabir, Id-El-Fitri, Id-El-Maulud

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Lead pupils to mention the examples of ceremonies

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

Give examples of ceremonies

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Pictures of ceremonial event, ceremonial food types, clothing and costumes musical instrument, picture of animals book, video films etc.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. list two examples of traditional ceremonies

2. list two examples of religious ceremonies

WEEK 5 and 6

TOPIC/SKILL: Ceremonies

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:  Pupils should be able to:

1. give examples of national ceremonies

2. give examples of place of carnivals.                                                                  

CONTENT:

Examples of ceremonies

i. National – National arts and culture, festival, national independence day, national children’s day, democracy day, armed forces remembrance day. Carnivals, e.g Abuja, Calabar etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Lead the pupils to mention the examples of national ceremonies

2. Guide the pupils to mention carnivals

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

Give example of ceremonies, national and carnivals

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Picture of ceremonial events ceremonial food types, clothing and costumes. Musical instrument, picture  of animals, books, video films

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. list two examples of national ceremonies

2. say place of carnival

WEEK 7

TOPIC/SKILL: Ceremonies

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

 mention important values derived from some of the ceremonies                     

CONTENT: Important values derived from ceremonies

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Explains the important values like loyalty, honesty, unity derived from the ceremonies

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Suggest benefits derived from ceremonies

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Picture of ceremonial events,video films

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to: list two important values derived from some of the ceremonies.

WEEK 8

TOPIC/SKILL: Ceremonies

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. mention materials associated with ceremonies

2. identify materials associated with ceremonies                                                 

CONTENT:

Materials associated with ceremonies e.g Animals, food, clothing, musical instrument

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

Guide the pupils to mention things associated with ceremonies

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

Mention materials associated with specific ceremonies

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

– Pictures of ceremonial event, ceremonial food types, clothing and costumes, Musical instrument like school band, picture of animals, book video films

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to: mention two items associated with specific ceremonies

WEEK 9

TOPIC/SKILL: Body make-up

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE:

Pupils should be able to: mention parts of the body          

CONTENT: Part of the body to be beautified

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. mention parts of the body to be beautified

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

Listen to teacher’s explanation on part of the body to be beautified

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Pictures of persons wearing traditional make-up materials e.g tiro, tangele canwood, ndon or Nzu(white chalk) etc.

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to: identify three parts of the body where make-up is applied.

WEEK 10

TOPIC/SKILL: Body make-up

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. identify make-up used on different parts of the body, e.g. face, hand and legs

2. apply a local make-up to any part of the body.                                               

CONTENT:

1. Body make-up

2. Local make-up materials for beautifying different parts of the body

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Displays materials for making up

2. Guide pupils into beautifying different parts of the body

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Listen to teacher’s explanation on traditional local make-up materials

2. Describe familiar local make-up materials

3. Apply make up to different parts of the body.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

Picture of persons wearing traditional make-up materials e.g. “Tiro”,

“tangele” Canwood, Ndonor Nzu (white chalk) Kaya and Kwaliya”

“ Gazar”

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. apply to local make-up to any part of the body

2. identify two materials for body make-up

WEEK 11 and 12 : revision and examination

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