Meaning of Colour | Types of Colours | Uses of Colour | Source of Colour Primary 4 (Basic 4) Term 1 Week 7 Cultural and Creative Arts

 

CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS

FIRST TERM

PRIMARY 4

WEEK 7

THEME: COMPONENTS OF OUR ENVIRONMENT 

PREVIOUS LESSON – Meaning of Shape in Design | Types of Shapes | Making Decorative Designs with Shapes Primary 4 (Basic 4) – Cultural and Creative Arts

 

TOPIC: COLOURS 

 

LEARNING AREA 

1. Introductory Activities

2. Meaning of Colour

3. Types of Colours

4. Uses of Colours

5. Sources of Colours

6. Lesson Evaluation and Weekly Assessment (Test)

 

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

By the end of the lesson, the pupils should have attained the following objectives –

1. identify colours.

2. mention different kinds of colour.

3. state sources of colour in the locality.

4. state the uses of colour in the community.

 

ENTRY BEHAVIOR

The pupils can state and identify most of the primary colours.

 

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

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. 

 

REFERENCE MATERIALS

1. Scheme of Work

2. 9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum

3. MacMillan Basic Science and Technology Book 6

4. All Relevant Material

5. Online Information

 

CONTENT OF THE LESSON 

LESSON 1 – INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES 

ACTIVITY 1

Teacher’s Activities – Display some of the primary colours for the pupils to identify.

Pupil’s Activities – This is colour red, blue and yellow.

Teacher’s remark – Colour. Red, blue and yellow are some of the colours within and around. Ask the pupils to state other colours they know. Discuss the meaning of colour with examples of colours stated by the pupils. Summary the key points on the board.

 

MEANING OF COLOUR

Colour is the surface appearance of something within and around us.

 

It is available everywhere in our environment. That’s, how a particular object looks.

For example – yellow, red, green, black, white and blue are the most common colour in our environment.

 

ACTIVITY 2

Teacher’s Activities – Group the pupils into two or more groups based on the size of the class and ask them to group the following:

Nigerian flag, MTN logo, Glo logo, Airtel logo, jollof rice, fried rice, tomatoes, traffic light (stop, go, wait), charcoal, banana, apple, garden egg, human hair, sugar, sky, sea, sun, rose flower, sun flower, tyre, teeth, tarred road, salt and their school uniform according their relative colour.

Pupil’s Activities – Participate actively in colour activities.

Teacher’s remark – Good job you. Colours are available everywhere in our environment. Write the colour activities on the board.

 

COLOUR IN OUR ENVIRONMENT

Yellow – MTN logo, banana, sun, traffic light (wait) and sunflower.

Red – Rose flower, Airtel logo, traffic traffic logo (stop), jollof rice and tomatoes.

Green – Jollof rice, garden egg, parts of Nigerian flag, traffic light (go) and apple.

 

Black – Charcoal, tarred road, human hair and tyre.

White – Part of Nigerian flag, salt, teeth and sugar.

Blue – Sea and sky

 

LESSON 2 – INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES

ACTIVITY 1 

Teacher’s Activities – Display primary colour for the pupils to identify and state three (3) objects of the same as in the previous lesson.

Pupil’s Activities – This is RED BLUE YELLOW. Objects of red colour are tomatoes, etc.

Teacher’s remark – Correct. RED BLUE YELLOW are primary colour. There are three (3) types of colours. List all the primary colours on the board. Ask the pupils to draw three (3) circles, each for RED BLUE YELLOW. 

 

ACTIVITY 2 

Teacher’s Activities – Based on the existing groups, provide each group with water colour of RED BLUE YELLOW and three (3) containers along with the following instructions:

  • state the colour of each pen and water colour.

 

  • Add RED and YELLOW =
  • Add RED and BLUE =
  • Add BLUE and YELLOW =

Pupil’s Activities – The results after mixing are ORANGE GREEN PURPLE.

Teacher’s remark – Good job you. Remember, there are three (3) types of colours. The first colour is primary colours (RED BLUE YELLOW). The results of colours mixing are called secondary colours.

 

ACTIVITY 3

Teacher’s Activities – Based on the existing groups, provide each group with water colour of RED BLUE YELLOW ORANGE GREEN PURPLE and three (3) containers along with the following instructions:

  • state the colour of each pen and water colour.
  • Add YELLOW and ORANGE =
  • Add RED and ORANGE =
  • Add RED and PURPLE =
  • Add BLUE and PURPLE =
  • Add BLUE and GREEN =
  • Add YELLOW and GREEN =

Support the pupils in identifying the results of their mixing.

Pupil’s Activities – The results after mixing are yellowish orange, reddish orange, reddish purple, bluish purple, bluish green and yellowish green.

 

Teacher’s remark – Good job you. Remember, there are three (3) types of colours. The first colour is primary colours (RED BLUE YELLOW). The second colour is secondary colours (ORANGE GREEN PURPLE). The results of colours mixing are called tertiary colours

Discuss and summary the types of colours on the board.

 

TYPES OF COLOURS

There are three (3) of colours, namely:

1. PRIMARY COLOURS 

Primary colours are the most basic colours. The primary colours are RED BLUE YELLOW.

Primary colours cannot be obtained by mixing other colours.

 

2. SECONDARY COLOURS 

Secondary colours are obtained by mixing two different primary colours. They are orange, green and purple.

 

3. TERTIARY COLOURS 

Tertiary colours are the combinations of primary and secondary colours.

They are yellowish orange, reddish orange, reddish purple, bluish purple, bluish green and yellowish green.

 

LESSON 3 – INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES

ACTIVITY 1 

Teacher’s Activities – Display the school’s uniform and other nearest school’s uniform for the pupils to identify their own school’s uniform and state one reason for the difference.

 

Pupil’s Activities – The reason is for recognition or personal identity.

Teacher’s remark – Correct. Colour is one of the elements of design. Colours are important part of our daily life. Lead to recognize and discuss the uses of colours. Summary the key points on the board.

 

IMPORTANCE/USES OF COLOURS

1. It is used for company’s logo. For example – MTN, GLO and Airtel

2. It is used for an identity. For example – yellow house, blue house, etc.

3. It is used for dyeing clothes.

4. It is used for painting houses, cars, etc.

5. It is used for decoration and beautification.

6. It is used for art and design.

7. It is used for consume.

8. It is used for writing and drawing.

9. It is used for traffic control.

 

SOURCES OF COLOURS

1. Kolanuts

2. Acalypha leaves

3. Lali

 

4. Ground leaves

5. Yam leaves

6. Cassava leaves

7. Millet Leaves

8. Bitter leaf

9. Ugu leaves

10. Water leaf

11. Hibiscus flower

12. Clay Soil, etc. for the pupils to identify and mention the produced by each object.

 

PRESENTATION

To deliver the lesson, the teacher adopts the following steps:

1. To introduce the lesson, the teacher revises the previous lesson. Based on this, he/she asks the pupils some questions;

2. Identifies different colours in our environment.

Pupil’s Activities – Name colours.

3. Discuss types of colours and leads the pupils through colours mixing.

Pupil’s Activities – Mix colours and discuss different the types of colours.

4. States uses of colour in the locality.

Pupil’s Activities – State uses of colours.

 

5. State the sources of colours.

Pupil’s Activities – List sources of colours in the locality.

6. Summary the key points on the board.

Pupil’s Activities – Copy as the teacher writes.

 

CONCLUSION

To conclude the lesson for the week, the teacher revises the entire lesson and links it to the following week’s lesson.

 

NEXT LESSON

Meaning of Drawing | Types of Drawing | Drawing and Shading with the Effect of Light and shade Primary 4 (Basic 4) – Cultural and Creative Arts

 

LESSON EVALUATION

Ask pupils to:

1. name three colours.

 

2. list three sources of colours in the locality.

3. state two uses of colours.

4. make an art work using colours.

 

 

WORKBOOK

WEEKLY ASSESSMENT (TEST)

1. ________ is the surface appearance of something within and around us.

A. Colour

B. Paint

C. Dye

 

2. ________ are the most basic colours.

A. Tertiary colour

B. Secondary colour

C. Primary colour

 

3. ________, ________ and ________ are primary colour.

A. Red, blue and yellow

B. Red, orange and yellow

C. Red, blue and orange

 

4. ________ cannot be obtained by mixing other colours.

A. Primary colour

B. Secondary colour

C. Tertiary colour

 

5. ________ are obtained by mixing two different primary colours.

 

A. Primary colour

B. Secondary colour

C. Tertiary colour

 

6. ________, ________ and ________ are secondary colour.

A. Orange, blue and yellow

B. Orange, green and purple

C. Orange, red and purple

 

7. ________ are the combinations of primary and secondary colours.

A. Primary colour

B. Secondary colour

C. Tertiary colour

 

8. There are ________ types of secondary colours.

A. 4

B. 6

C. 7

 

9. The mixture of red and yellow is ________.

A. green

B. purple

C. orange

 

10. The mixture of red and blue is ________.

 

A. green

B. purple

C. orange

 

11. The mixture of blue and yellow is ________.

A. green

B. purple

C. orange

 

12. The mixture of yellow and orange is ________.

A. reddish orange

B. reddish purple

C. yellowish orange

 

13. The mixture of red and orange is ________.

A. reddish orange

B. reddish purple

C. yellowish orange

 

14. The mixture of red and purple is ________.

A. reddish orange

B. reddish purple

C. yellowish orange

 

15. The mixture of blue and purple is ________.

 

A. bluish purple

B. yellowish purple

C. bluish green

 

16. The mixture of blue and green is ________.

A. bluish purple

B. yellowish purple

C. bluish green

 

17. The mixture of yellow and green is ________.

A. bluish purple

B. yellowish purple

C. bluish green

 

Group the following:

Nigerian flag, MTN logo, Glo logo, Airtel logo, jollof rice, fried rice, tomatoes, traffic light (stop, go, wait), charcoal, banana, apple, garden egg, human hair, sugar, sky, sea, sun, rose flower, sun flower, tyre, teeth, tarred road, salt according to their relative colour in question 18 – 20.

 

18. YELLOW              RED 

 

19. GREEN                 BLACK 

 

20. WHITE                  BLUE  

 

 

 

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