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CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS

JS III
FIRST TERM

SUB-THEME: CRAFT
WEEK

ACTIVITIES TEACHING AND


PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TOPIC CONTENT LEARNING
OBJECTIVE TEACHER STUDENTS GUIDE
RESOURCES
1 Types and Students should be (1) Types of Traditional (1) Explain the (1) Participate in Photographic Students to:
features of able to: Art: Nok, Igbo-Ukwu, types of traditional class discussion studios, video clips, (1) mention
Nigerian (1) list types of Ife, Benin, Esie art, stating their of various types slides, posters, Traditional
traditional art I Nigerian Traditional (2) Places of origin of place of Origin of Nigerian books, old Nigerian Art and
Art. Nigerian Art Work: nok- (2) Explains the traditional art and calendars, charts etc. Places of origin
(2) identify places of Plateau state, Igbo- functions of places of origin (2) identify two
origin of each Art ukwu-Anambra traditional Nigerian (2) Discuss the traditional arts in
(3) state functions of Ife-osun Art work function of each their community.
Nigerian Traditional Benin-Edo (3) state functions
Art Work Esie-Kwara of Nigerian Art
(3) Functions of works.
Nigerian Traditional Art
2 Nigerian Students should be (1) Popular Nigerian Art (1) Explain how (1) Students Pictures, slides, Students to:
traditional art II able to: cultures: nof, ife, benin the Art cultures participate in charts, photographs, (1) mention
(1) mention names of (2) Characteristics of the came into existence discussion on books, old calendars popular Nigerian
Nigerian Traditional work of art of each (2) Explains the popular Art etc. Art culture
Art Culture like: culture characteristics of cultures in (2) identify
(i) nok (3) Difference similarity each Art culture Nigeria materials used
(ii) ife and style (3) Guide students (2) Discuss introducing each
(iii) benin (4) Materials used in to appreciate the characteristics, art.
(2) state the executing the art works similarities/differen similarities and (3) list two
characteristics of ces differences Characteristics of
each art (4) Mention Art (3) mention each Art culture’s
(3) identify the materials materials used to work
materials used in produce the works
executing each work

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CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS
JS III
FIRST TERM

SUB-THEME: CRAFT
WEEK

ACTIVITIES TEACHING AND


PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TOPIC CONTENT LEARNING
OBJECTIVE TEACHER STUDENTS GUIDE
RESOURCES
3 Nigerian Students should be (1) Nigerian Art Culture: (1) Explains how (1) Students Pictures, slides, Students to:
traditional art. able to: Igbo-Ukwu Art the art culture participate in charts, photographs, (1) mention some
III (1) Discuss about Esie Swapstone Art could be discussing books, old calendars of the popular art
Igbo-Ukwu Art; Esie Tsoede Bronze Art (2) Explains the popular Art etc. cultures in Nigeria
Art, Tsoede Mbari Mbari House Art characteristics of cultures in Nigeria (2) identify
House Art, Twin Twin Figure. each Art culture (2) Discuss their Materials used in
Figure. (2) Characteristics of the (3) Guide the characteristics these art cultures
(2) State their works of Art. students to mention (3) State the like Esie
characteristics (3) Materials used in the materials used materials involved (3) list two
(3) Identify and executing the Art works in producing the in executing the characteristics of
describe materials Art works Art works Esie figures.
used in the Art works
4 Contemporary Students should be (1) Nigerian (1) Explains the (1) Participate in Pictures, slides, Students to:
Nigerian art and able to: Contemporary arts. meaning of discussion on video clips, (1) mention what
artist I (1) define (2) Mention names of contemporary Art. contemporary calendars, contemporary Art
contemporary pioneering Nigerian (2) Explains the Nigerian Art and photographs, books, means
Nigerian Art Artists: contributions of the Artists based on journals, brochures, (2) mention two
(2) mention some (i) Aina Onabolu pioneering Nigeria contributions to Magazines, Art names of
names of (ii) Akinolal Lasikan, Artists Nigerian Arts works. contemporary
contemporary Ben Eruwonwu, Mrs. (3) Guide students development artists.
Nigerian Artists. Etsu Ngbodaga to identify names (2) State the (3) mention effort
(3) discuss their (3) The efforts they put of contemporary names of the of the pioneering
contributions of into developing the Nigerian Artists. pioneering Artists. artists
Nigerian Art contemporary Nigerian
development Art culture.
(4) identify some (4) Prominent Arts and
prominent works their locations.
(5) discuss how Sango (Ben Enwonwu)
income can be NEPA Office, Lagos.
generated through
contemporary art

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CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS
JS III
FIRST TERM

SUB-THEME: CRAFT
WEEK

ACTIVITIES TEACHING AND


PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TOPIC CONTENT LEARNING
OBJECTIVE TEACHER STUDENTS GUIDE
RESOURCES
5 Contemporary Students should be able (1) Nigerian Contemporary (1) Explains the (1) Participate, Pictures, slides, Students to:
& Nigerian art and to: Arts meaning of in discussion video clips, (1) mention four
6 artists. II&III (1) define (2) Mention names of contemporary art on Art and calendars, contemporary
contemporary Nigerian pioneering Nigerian Artists: (2) Explains the contemporary photographs, Artists
Art 1. Solomon Wangboje contributions of Artists based books, journals, (2) explain two
(2) mention names of 2. Ladi Kwali these pioneers to on their brochures, ways in which Art
contemporary Nigerian 3. Bruce Onobrakpeyan Nigerian society. contributions to magazines, art can be preserved
Artists 4. Lamidi Fakeye (3) Guide National works. in our culture
(3) discuss their 5. Yusuf Grillo students to Development (3) explain two
contributions to 6. Demas Nwoko identify names of (2) Discuss ways Art can
Nigerian Art 7. Uche Okeke these artists. source generate fund
development 8. Jimoh Buraimoh (4) Preservation prominent (4) state some
(4) identify some 9. Erhabor Emokpae of our cultural Nigerian Art prominent art
prominent works by 10. Twin Seven seven heritage works and their locations.
these Artists (3) Prominent (5) Means of locations
(5) discuss how income Arts/Locations: livelihood
can be generated (i) Pottery centre (Ladi (6) Name works
through contemporary Kwali) Abuja of some Artists
art (ii) Olokun (Erhabor and their
Emokpae) UBA, Lagos locations
(iii) Festac’77 (Erhabor)
(iv) Illustrations, (Things
fall Apart) Uche Okeke
(v) Sculptural Decorations
(Demas Nwoko) Lagos
(vi) Etching (Bruce
Onobrakpeyan) Abarhaofor,
Delta State.

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CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS
JS III
FIRST TERM

SUB-THEME: CRAFT
WEEK

ACTIVITIES TEACHING AND


PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TOPIC CONTENT LEARNING
OBJECTIVE TEACHER STUDENTS GUIDE
RESOURCES
7 Meaning and use Students should be (1) Meaning of motif (1) Explains Motif (1) Explain motif Drawing books, Students to:
of motifs I able to: (2) Types of motifs: (2) Illustrates types (2) Observe rulers, pencils, (1) explain motif
(1) explain motifs (i) Plant motif of motif teacher’s colours, boards (2) mention 2
(2) identify motifs (ii) floral motif (3) Demonstrate illustration of motifs
(3) create and use (iii) Animal Motif how to use motifs types of motif (3) use a motif to
motifs (3) Design your own to make patterns (3) Use motifs to design 2 patterns
motif to make pattern design patterns
8 Meaning and use Students should be (1) Types of motif: (1) Explains the (1) Explain motif Drawing books, Students to:
of motifs II able to: (i) Geometric motifs different types of (2) Observe the rulers, pencils, (1) use knowledge
(1) explain motifs (ii) Abstract motifs motif teacher as he colours, drawing gained to explain
(2)identify motifs (iii) Traditional motifs (2) Directs the illustrates the board to explain types of
(3) create and use (2) Uses of motifs students to create types and use of motif.
motifs (i) Decorate borders patterns from motifs to create (2) mention four
(ii) Make greeting cards motifs patterns types of motifs
(iii) design pattern (3) Demonstrate (3) use any of the
how to use motifs motifs to design
to make pattern patterns
9 Exhibition and Students should be (1) Preparation of Art (1) Guides students (1) Listen and ask Publications, Students to:
display able to: work for display using: on how to: questions on how catalogues, (1) explain two
techniques I (1) explain the (i) labeling (i) acquire space to: magazines, methods of
various methods of (ii) framing (ii) source funds (i) acquire space exhibition boards preparing Art
preparing Art works (iii) fixing (iii) exhibit art (ii) source funds etc. works for
for display (2) Display techniques work (iii) exhibit works displaying
(2) describe display (i) categorizing (2) Demonstrates (2) Make their (2) mention two
techniques that attract (ii) designing of space and explain the own strategies of
attention (iii) mounting Boards mounting and frames/stands placement of Art
placement (3) Mount and work during
strategies exhibit works exhibition

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CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS
JS III
FIRST TERM

SUB-THEME: CRAFT
WEEK

ACTIVITIES TEACHING AND


PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TOPIC CONTENT LEARNING
OBJECTIVE TEACHER STUDENTS GUIDE
RESOURCES
10 Exhibition and Students should be Location and major (1) Teacher guides (1) Listens to (1) Visit to Student to:
display able to identify major objects found in the the students to teacher explain Museums and (1) identify object
techniques II objectives found in museums: identify major one location and locations. and Museums
each of the museums (i) Lagos – Objects objects found in objects found in (2) Pictures, where found
collected from all parts each of the their Museums magazines (2) visit to
of the country Museums and their (2) Identifies catalogues, slides, Museums
(ii) Jos – Nok terra cotta locations objects and sites video clips. (3) list Museum
(iii) Benin – Bronze, (2) Visit to the (3) Describe and objects found
Ivory, and wood work locations to objects found in them.
(iv) Kaduna – Leather appreciates the
work, Basketry/Nok certificates in the
terra cotta Museum
(v) Oron-Carved wood,
Mouolitti, cement
sculptive
(vi) Kano-Leather work,
calabash décor,
woven/Dyed textiles
(vii) Esie (Kwara) Soap
stone sculpture
(viii) Ife-Terra-
Cotta/Naturalistic
Bronze
(ix) Umuahia-Civil war
tools, Equipments,
machines, guns,
explosives etc.
11 REVISION
12 EXAMINATION

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