Cultural And Creative Arts First Term Loading…..

Cultural And Creative Arts Second Term Loading….


Wk 1. Collage production

Students should be able to:
(1) explain the meaning of collage making.

(2) identify materials for collage.

(3) describe the production process of

(4) state the use of collage.

(1) Meaning of collage.

(2) Materials for collage making like;
soft materials, coloured papers, cloth, magazines, scissors, gum, pencil,
cardboard, newspapers, board.
(3) method of producing a collage
(4) uses of collage.
Teacher: (1) Explain the meaning of collage (2) mentions materials for collage. (3) Demonstrate the use of the materials to produce a collage. (4) explain uses.
Students: (1) Listen to the explanation of collage. (2) Identify materials for collage making. (3) produce collages

Teaching aids: Coloured soft materials, magazines, gum, cardboard or board, newspaper, pencil scissors, cloth.

WK 2. Modelling with papier mache
Students should be able to:
(1) explain the meaning of papier mache. (2) explain the methods
of making paper mache. (3) list materials used in papier mache.
(1) Meaning of papier mache
(2) Materials for making paper mache: – pieces of papers
– water
– starch
– pestle and mortal

– plastic bucket.

(3) Process of making paper mache.

(4) uses of paper mache.

Teacher: (1) Explain the meaning of papier mache. (2) mention materials for papier mache. (3) explain the
methods of producing a papier
mache. (4) demonstrate how
to prepare papier mache. (5) Ask students to produce one papier
mache object.
Student: (1) Listen and participate in
discussions on modeling with
papier mache. (2) Participate in modeling one papier mache object. (3) State the uses of papier mache: House hold utensils, decorations, mould animals etc.

Teaching aids: Old newspapers, paper gum, wooden board, spatula,
water, containers, mortal, pestle,
starch, stove, pot, photographs, finished works or products as samples.

WK 3. Bead work

Student should be able to:
(1) explain the meaning of bead.

(2) name materials for producing beads.

(3) produce beads
(4) state the uses of beads.

(1) Define bead work
(2) List materials for producing beads. (3) Production process of bead work. (4) Produce bead jewelries using
– beads
– rolled paper
– seeds
– straw
– pieces of wood
– bottle corks
(5) uses of beaded jewelries.
Teacher: (1) Explain the meaning of bead works. (2) Mention materials for bead works (3) Guide students in production process (4) prepare beads samples with paper, seeds, beads, straw (5) State uses of beads.
Students: (1) Define bead works. (2) List materials used in production. (3) Participate in production of beadworks like necklace, bangles, ear
rings etc. (4) Mention uses of beads.
Rolled papers, straw, bottle corks,
elastic threads, needles, scissors, small pieces of wood, bead, finished samples, charts.

WK 4. Mosaic

Students should be able to:
(1) define mosaic.

(2) list materials used in mosaic.

(3) make a mosaic.

(4) name the uses of mosaic design, e.g. wall hanging.

(1) Meaning of mosaics.

(2) materials/tools for making mosaic. (3) Production process of mosaic.

(4) Uses of mosaics e.g. wall hangings,
greeting cards, flower vases etc.

(5) Produce a mosaic.
Teacher: (1) State the meaning of mosaic. (2) Display materials and tools for mosaic making. (3) Demonstrate how to make a mosaic project. (4) Mention the use of mosaic.
(1) Listen keenly and ask questions
Students: (2) Examine and list materials used in mosaic (3) Produce an object of mosaic. (4) Discuss the uses of mosaic.
Teaching aids: Broken bottle, bottle
tops, beads, stones, pebbles, coral shells, paper, hard board, glue, brushes, pencil, pen, knives, bottoms, pins nails, match sticks etc.

WK 5. Definition of dance I
Students should be able to:
(1) define dance.

(2) state the uses of dance.

(1) Meaning of dance: Movement of the body in space and time to express an idea or pass across a message
(2) Uses of dance: To entertain, Pass information etc.
Teacher: (1) Defines dance (2) Explains the components of
movement, space, time etc.. (3) Enumerates the uses of dance.
Students: (1) Listen to teacher’s
explanation and take notes
(2) Participate in the discussion on
the uses.
Teaching aids: Chalkboard,
notebook, textbooks, CD or cassette
player, drums etc.

WK 6. Definition of dance II
Students should be able to:
carryout practical’s to perform some
dance movements.

(1) Practical’s on dance:
(i) how to dance.

(ii) share the students into groups to organize dance.
Teacher: (1) Lead the class in a
discussion on the dance they have
observed. (2) Leads the students
in performing some dance movements.
Students: (1) Listen to teacher’s explanation. (2) Participate in the practical class dance.
Teaching aids: Chalkboard/magic
board, pictorials of various dance CD,
drums, gong and rattle, proper
clothing for dance (tights, t-shirt) etc.
Students to:
(1) explain the meaning of choreography. (2) state three
principles of choreography.

WK 7. Introduction to choreography II
Students should be able to:
(1) define a choreographer.

(2) state the duties of a choreographer.
(1) Meaning of a choreographer
(i) A theatre artist who help in teaching dancers on how to perform a

(2) Duties of choreographer:

– to direct dancers
– helping dancers to achieve success
(1) Explains the term choreographer
(2) Leads discussion on the duties of a choreographer
(3) Leads the class in performing a choreographed dance using music or any other tool
Students: (1) Listen to the explanation. (2) participate in class dance and choreography session.
Teaching aids: Textbook, notebooks, chalkboard, magic board, CD player,
musical, instruments, dance

WK 8. Contemporary dance 1
Students should be able to:
(1) explain the meaning of contemporary dance.

(2) discuss some features of
contemporary dance.

(1) Meaning of contemporary dance:
A form of dance that is a clear departure from traditional and ballet
dance but draws inspiration from them.

(2) Features of contemporary dance:

– individual style
– creativity.
Teacher: (1) Defines and explains contemporary dance. (2) Play video of
contemporary dance.
Students: (1) Listen to the teacher’s explanation. (2) Wash video of contemporary dance.
Teaching aids: Textbooks, note books, chalkboard DVDS/VCDs players, television players, television

WK 9. Contemporary dance 2
Students should be able to:
(1) mention types of contemporary dance movements. (2) perform some contemporary dance movement.

(1) Contemporary dance (types).

(i) Nigerian
(ii) Western etc
(2) Performing some contemporary dance movement.
Teacher: (1) Discusses some
contemporary dance Nigerian and Western. (2) Introduces various
contemporary dance movements. (3) Guide students to perform some
movements to build and encourage
individual creativity.
Students: (1) Listen to teacher’s explanation. (2) Participate in class discussion of what they noticed.
(3) Perform some dance movements
portraying their understanding of
contemporary dance.
Teaching aids: Chalkboard/magic
boards, textbooks, notebooks, DVDS/VCDs players, television sets etc.

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