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VISUAL ART

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

STILL- ILFE DRAWING

Characteristics of still life drawing: composition, proportion, tone, perspective etc.



Arrange man-made object for drawing.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Pencil, card board, colours, still-life object, brushes and water colours



2

STILL-LIFE PAINTING

Characteristics of still-life painting: composition, proportion, application of color tones etc.



Arrange man-made object for painting.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Pencil, card board, colors, brushes and water colours



3

-DO-

Arrange object reflecting cone, rectangles, square, cube, circle etc.



Object should be arrange reflecting: cone, rectangles, square, cube, prism, ovals, spheres, circles.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Pencil, card board, colors, still-life objects brushes and water color



4.

LIFE DRAWING

Anatomical studies of the model with emphasis on the various postures, quick poses, action postures and muscles



Students to make a self portrait by posing before the mirror.

LEARNING RESOURCES

card board, brushes and water color, drawing board, human model.



5

LIFE DRAWING (CONT).

Sketches of various body parts, limbs, heads, Torso, foot, fingers, etc.



Students to select parts of human body to draw.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Pencil, charcoal, crayon card board, drawing board, parts of human figure.



6

STILL LIFE DRAWING & PAINTING

Proportion, uses of space, good distribution of and painting colors etc.



Sketches of various body parts.

LEARNING RESOURCES pencil, drawing board, easer, etc.


7

IMAGINATIVE COMPOSITION

Characteristics of imaginative composition: compositional accuracy color distribution, focus, variety of form, draughtmanship



Lead students in an imaginative composition by narrating a story and asking them to picture a particular scene in the story.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Cartridge paper, brushes water colours, drawing board.




8

INTRODUCTION TO SCULPTURE

Meaning of Sculpture, functions of sculpture, sculptural techniques and their usage.



Leads class discussion, meaning of sculpture and functions of various tools in sculpture.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Concrete object tools, photographs of people, animal and so on.



9

INTRODUCTION TO SCULPTURE

Sculptural tools and materials: metal, clay, cement, wax, plaster, wood etc.



Demonstrate some sculptural techniques.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Clay, cement, pap prepared.




10

SCULPTURE (PRACTICAL)

Modelling simple object e.g. Fruit, rock, seeds, shells, bone etc.



Demonstrate step by step process of molding a form

LEARNING RESOURCES

Clay, wax, cement



11

INTRODUCTION TO SCULPTURE

Modelling of the part of human body, modeling of human portrait, full figure, and animal forms, modeling of head, leg, eyes, nose etc.



Demonstrate step by step process of molding a form

LEARNING RESOURCES

Clay, wax, cement



12

SCULPTURE

Feature of modeling eg. Proportion, composition representation



Discus how to prepare amature (frame) for human and animal

LEARNING RESOURCES

Rod binding wire cement.



13

Revision

Revision

14

Examination

Examination

VISUAL ART

SS 2 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

INDIGENOUS DECORATIVE MOTIF

Calabash decoration, types of patterns, functions and usage of calabash, foreign influence and value on decoration



Demonstrate mat weaving either with actual material or improvised material like strips of cardboard.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Knife, raffia cane, cardboard, paper.



2

INDIGENOUS DECORATIVE MOTIF

Using any pattern: painted, carved, scorched, scrapped produce a decorative calabash




Lead students to a local calabash decorator

3

INDIGENOUS DECORATIVE MOTIF

Body decoration (Tattoo)

Meaning: Body decoration (Tattoo) involves slashing the skin and introducing irritants in the wounds which when heated leaves pronounced scar.

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Displays collected samples of body decorative motif from photographs


4.

INDIGENOUS DECORATIVE MOTIF

Some decorative motif:

Animal forms, Zoomorphic, Spiral lines.

-Some wall decorative motifs and their origins: Yoruba- sango wand. Snakes, bird, geometric shape ibo: Illi motifs. Hausa-Arrabesque motifs



Displays pictures of various wall decorative motifs. State their names and the context in which they are used in their cultural settings.


5

INDIGENOUS CRAFT BSKETRY AND MAL MAKING

Meaning: Weaving materials-Canne, Raffia, Twine, Palm frond



Demonstration of mat weaving either with actual material or improvised material like strips or cardboard.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Knife, Raffia cane, cardboard paper, gum, cellotape




6

INDIGENOUS CRAFT BSKETRY AND MAL MAKING

Cloth weaving;

Basic principles of weaving-warp,weft,shuttle.

Types of loom: Narrow horizontal loom, wide vertical loom



Leads discussion on basic weaving technique and types of loom.


7

INDIGENOUS CRAFT BSKETRY AND MAL MAKING

Major cloth weaving centre in Nigeria and their product:-Akwete in Ukwa, Abia state. AsoOke in Yoruba land. Akwa-Ocha in Anioma Delta state, OkeneKogi state, Sanya in Iseyin, Oyo State Nigeria.

Decorated fabric in Bida Niger State.

Anger of the Tiv people of Benue State.



Enumerate some weaving Centre in Nigeria.


8

MODERN NIGERIAN ARTIST, ART EDUCATORS, ART HISTORIAN (1900-1960)

Ceramics, Textile, Graphics, Painting Sculpure.

Development of modern Nigerian art-painting, sculpture, ceramics, Textiles and Graphics.


Discusses development in modern Nigeria art.

9

CONTEMPORARY ARTIST, STUDIO ARTIST

Aina, Onabolu, Udo Emma, Akinola, Lasekan, Ben Enwonwu, Yusuf Grillo, Kolade, Osinowo, Ladi Kwali, Erhabo Emopae, Uche Okeke and Agbo Folarin.



Discuss contribution of art to the education of students.

10

CONTEMPORARY ARTIST, ART EDUCATOR

Keneth Murray, Udo Ema, Solomon Wangboje, T. A Fasuyi, J.B Akolo



Mention names of Nigerian artist, art educators and Historian

11

AFRICA ART HISTORY

Major art work:

Cameroon-Bamileke Bamun. Dahomy-Fon, Upper Volta-Mossi, bobo, Liberian-Dan Negro, Mali-Dogan, Sierra Leone-Mande, Kongo-Baluba, Garbon-Fang, Bakwere, Ghana-Fante, Ashante.


Locate art centres on the map of West Africa.

Explains and names style of West African art work



12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

14

Examination

Examination

VISUAL ART

SS 2 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

AFRICAN ART HISTORY

Identify the major art works of CAMEROON;- Bamileke, Bamun,

DAHOMEY;- Fan (upper volta), mossi, bobo.

LIBERIAN;-Dangere.

MALI;- Dogon


Explain and name types of W/African art works.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Map of Africa, showing art centre, photographs, slides, projectors, artwork



2

AFRICAN ART HISTORY

MAJOR ART WORKS

Sierra Leone:-mandebamun,.

Dahomey;-Fon.Uppervolta;- mossi, bobo.

Liberian;- Dan ngere.Mali;-dogon.

Congo;-Baluba.Gabon;-Fang, Bakwere.

Ghana;- Ashanti, Bance.




Explain and name types of W/African art work

LEARNING RESOURCES

Map of Africa showing art centres, photographs, slides, projectors, art work.



3

AFRICAN ART HISTORY (CONT).

Ancient Egyptian painting. Hieroglyphics forms on the walls of tombs pyramids and temples.



Discuss with the aid of photographs, and slides, the ancient Egyptian art.


4.

IMPACT OF AFRICAN ART ON WESTERN ART

Explain the impact of African art on European art and vice versa.






5

SHAPES AND COLOUR IN BASIC DESIGN

Block and pen lettering using basic geometric shapes and design



Demonstrate how to create a design with various geometric shapes.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Color, brush, pencil/paper.

Drawing instruments- ruler,

T/square, drawing board, set square.




6

SHAPES AND COLOR IN BASIC DESIGN

Advertising design- features of book cover and posters.



Guide students to make a book cover and poster.


7

COMPUTER GRAPHIC DESIGN

Introduction to corel draw window



Mention and describe the tools according to their uses.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Computer, pencil and paper.




8

COMPUTER GRAPHIC DESIGN

Introduction to corel tool



Practice drawing and labeling the tools.

9

COMPUTER GRAPHIC DESIGN

PRACTICAL

10

TEXTILE DESIGN AND PRINTING PROCESSES

Textile printing processes- relief, silk, printing in intangio and plano- graphy.



Participate in class discussion.

LEARNING TOOLS

Paper, pro-film, blankets, table, lacquer, newsprint, printing ink, frame, squeeze silk, thinner paper tape.



11

TEXTILE DESIGN AND PRINTING PROCESS

Textile printing processes

-relief process

-silk green

-printing

-inlaglo. Photography



Describes the methods of screen printing with the following endings silk screen, paper cut

-profilm. Illustrates with sample of screen printing.



12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

MUSIC

SS 2 FIRST TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/CONTENT

ACTIVITIES/EVALUATION

1-

Notation and transcription.

Music writing.



Notate and transcribe a given folksong of not more than 8 bars.

2-

Triads

Secondary triads.



  1. Build secondary triads on the following notes of C major scale key.

3-

Harmony with (cadences).

Elementary harmony.



  1. Identify and write the roots of the triads used in the passage.

  2. List 3 rules of harmony.

  3. Harmonize the following using the triads indicated below.

4-

Transposition

Music writing.



  1. Transpose the following melody to its dominant key.

5-

Identification of triads/ chords.

  1. Tonality.

  2. Triads (Primary and secondary).

  1. Write triads on given roots and invert them.

  2. Identify inverted triads in a piece of music.

6-

Diatonic intervals (melodic)

Pitch.


  1. Write exercises on inverted intervals.

  2. Write the table of intervals and inversions.

7-

Sight reading (observation of musical terms, abbreviations and symbols).

Dynamic signs, abbreviations and symbols.



  1. Read music written in both close and open scores.

  2. List the different types of musical dynamics, symbols and abbreviations.

8-

Musical instruments (study skills) voice

Skills in playing and singing.



  1. Play their instruments for the teacher to listen.

  2. Practice the drilling exercises as guided.




9-

Baroque period (1600-1750).

History of baroque period.



  1. Write short notes on baroque period and give 5 characteristics of the music.

  2. Discuss life, works of a named composer of this period.

10-

Nigerian dance styles

  1. Specific physical exercises.

  2. Use of space as a key component of dance.

  3. Types of space.

  1. Properly exercise the parts of the body as directed by the teacher.

  2. Practice the various special patterns.

11-

African/western musical instruments four (4) families of African instruments e.g. aero phones, chordophones etc.

Digitalization.



  1. Identify the tones of the following instruments when played on the keyboard.

  1. Flute

  2. Saxophone

  3. Maracas

  4. Pot drum

  5. Kit drum

  6. Trumpet.

12-

African music (colonial and post colonial)

Structural changes in African music.



Students have structural changes of the colonial era on Nigerian music.

13-

Revision and examination.



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