CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS FIRST TERM
PRIMARY 4 THEME: ARTS AND CRAFTS
PREVIOUS LESSON – DRAWING
TOPIC – COLOUR PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
By the end of the lesson,
the pupils should have attained the following objectives (cognitive, affective and psychomotor) and be able to:
mention different kinds of colour.
state sources of colour in the locality.
state the uses of colour in the community.
The pupils are required to already have learned to draw objects from lines.
The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of poster colour, crayon, drawing book, pencil, leaves, stems, roots and barks of trees, photographs, charts, slides, card board paper, ruler etc.
METHOD OF TEACHING – Choose a suitable and appropriate methods for the lessons. Note – Irrespective of choosing methods of teaching, always introduce an activities that will arouse pupil’s interest or lead them to the lessons.
Scheme of Work
9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum
Fundamentals of Cultural and Creative Art Book 4
All Relevant Material
CONTENT OF THE LESSON ONE INTRODUCTION – COLOUR
Colour of something is the surface appearance of particular thing. Surface appearance can be Red, blue, yellow and green colours.
COLOUR IN OUR ENVIRONMENT
Identification of Colours
Colours are available everywhere in our environment.
Mention 5 things that colours of –
CONTENT OF THE LESSON TWO
TYPES OF COLOUR
There are three types of colours –
Primary colours are the basic colours. They are natural colours and very common. For example, Red, Blue and Yellow.
Secondary colours are produced by mixing two primary colours. For example, Orange, Green and Purple.
Tertiary colours are produced by mixing primary and secondary colours.
Primary colours + Secondary colours = Tertiary colours
yellow + orange = yellowish orange
yellow + green = yellowish green
red + orange = reddish orange
red + purple = reddish purple
blue + purple = bluish purple
blue + green = bluish green
CONTENT OF THE LESSON THREE
SOURCES OF COLOURS IN THE LOCALITY
Colour is available everywhere in our environment, in their natural state. Where manufactured colours are not available, we can make different colours by making use of plants, earth, fruits and other natural materials.
Reference – CULTURAL AND CREATIVE Arts 4 for Primary Schools by A K Badaru, C Ndubuisi, G Akinsola, A Abdul, S A Akinsowo, A Oni COLOUR WHEEL
A colour wheel is a group of colours showing relationship between colours in a circle.
USES OF COLOUR
It is used to speed visual search – locations.
It is used to improve object recognition – objects.
It is used to enhance meaning – words.
It is used to establish identity – logo.
It is used to show associations – relationship.
It is used to communicate mood – peace or troubled.
To deliver the lesson, the teacher adopts the following steps:
To introduce the lesson, the teacher revises the previous lesson. Based on this, he/she asks the pupils some questions;
Identifies different colours in our environment.
Pupil’s Activities – Name colours.
Introduces the pupils to colour wheel.
Pupil’s Activities – List sources of colours in the locality.
States uses of colour in the locality.
Pupil’s Activities – State uses of colours.
Asks pupils to produce a colour wheel.
Pupil’s Activities – Produce a colour wheel
To conclude the lesson for the week, the teacher revises the entire lesson and links it to the following week’s lesson.
Next Lesson – Print Making
Pupils to: WORKBOOK
1. Name 3 colours.
2. List 3 sources of colours in the locality.
3. State 2 uses of colours.
4. Make an art work using colours.
5. Display art work.