Scheme of Work Second Term Cultural and Creative Art Basic 6

Last Updated on September 19, 2018 by Alabi M. S.

SCHEME OF WORK

CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS 

SECOND TERM

BASIC 6

THEME: MUSIC 

WEEK 1 & 2

TOPIC – RHYTHMS PATTERN

CONTENT

  • Meaning of Rhythm
  • Types of Rhythm
  1. Simple Rhythms
  2. Complex Rhythms
  • Clapping to rhythm
  1. Rhythm in twos
  2. Rhythm in threes
  3. Rhythm in fours, etc. [click]

WEEK 3

TOPIC – MELODY MAKING CHOIR 

CONTENT 

  • Meaning of choir
  • Parts in a choir
  • Different types of singing
  • Identification of melodic part in a four-part singing

THEME: DRAMA 

WEEK 4 & 5

TOPIC – INTRODUCTION OF ELEMENTS OF DRAMA 

CONTENT

  • Drama
  • Elements of drama
  1. Written and Unwritten – plot, language, characterization
  2. Actor and Actress
  3. Stage
  4. Audience
  5. Sound
  6. Lighting  [click]

WEEK 6 & 7

TOPIC – CREATING DRAMA 

CONTENT 

  • Characteristics of form of drama creation
  • Basic form of drama creation explained
  1. Script – written
  2. Unscripted – unwritten, verbal, improvised

WEEK 8 & 9

TOPIC – CASTING AND REHEARSAL 

CONTENT 

  • Meaning of Casting and Rehearsal
  • Drama construction processes
  1. Skills required by an actor
  2. Memorization and focus
  3. Confidence  [click]

WEEK 10

TOPIC – INTRODUCTION TO STAGING A PLAY

CONTENT 

  • Meaning of staging a play
  • Personnel involved in staging a play

THEME: VALUES 

WEEK 11 & 12

TOPIC – UTILIZATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES 

CONTENT 

  • Meaning of Natural Resources
  • Natural resources in Nigeria
  1. Iron ore
  2. Crude oil
  3. Natural gas
  4. Crushed rock
  5. Gravel or granite  [click]
  6. Clay
  7. Limestone
  8. Gypsum
  • Uses of Mineral Resources
  • Industries and Natural Resources utilisation

WEEK 13 REVISION AND EXAMINATION 

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