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JSS1 Third Term Creative Arts Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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JSS1 Third Term Creative Arts Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

 

JSS1 Third Term Creative Arts Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

 

Week 1-3: Exploring Digital Arts

 

Lesson Note:

 

Introduce students to the world of digital arts and its various forms.

Explore digital drawing and painting techniques.

Discuss the impact of technology on contemporary art.

Scheme of Work:

 

Visual Arts: Introduction to digital art tools and software.

Music: Exploring digital music production and electronic instruments.

Drama: Incorporating digital elements into dramatic performances.

Week 4-6: Environmental Art and Sustainability

 

Lesson Note:

 

Discuss the intersection of art and the environment.

Engage students in creating art that promotes environmental awareness.

Explore how music and drama can address environmental issues.

Scheme of Work:

 

Visual Arts: Creating eco-friendly art using recycled materials.

Music: Composing music inspired by nature and environmental themes.

Drama: Scripting and performing plays with environmental messages.

Week 7-9: Poetry and Creative Writing in the Arts

 

Lesson Note:

 

Introduce students to the art of poetry and creative writing.

Explore the relationship between visual arts, music, drama, and poetry.

Encourage students to express themselves through written and spoken word.

Scheme of Work:

 

Visual Arts: Creating visual art inspired by poetry.

Music: Composing music that complements poetic themes.

Drama: Performing dramatic pieces based on poetic narratives.

Week 10: Interdisciplinary Collaboration

 

Lesson Note:

 

Facilitate collaborative projects that involve multiple creative arts disciplines.

Emphasize the importance of teamwork and communication in artistic collaboration.

Discuss famous interdisciplinary art collaborations.

Scheme of Work:

 

Visual Arts: Collaborative project involving music and drama elements.

Music: Creating compositions that integrate visual and dramatic elements.

Drama: Scripting and performing plays with integrated visual and musical components.

Week 11: Revision Week

 

Lesson Note:

 

Recap key concepts and skills learned throughout the term.

Provide additional practice and reinforcement activities.

Address any remaining questions or concerns.

Scheme of Work:

 

Visual Arts: Reviewing digital art techniques and environmental art concepts.

Music: Revisiting digital music production and poetry-inspired compositions.

Drama: Rehearsing interdisciplinary collaborative performances.

Week 12: Examination Week

 

Lesson Note:

 

Conduct a comprehensive assessment to evaluate students’ understanding of third term concepts.

Emphasize the integration of digital arts, environmental themes, and interdisciplinary collaboration in the examination.

Scheme of Work:

 

Visual Arts: Practical examination on digital art creation and environmental art.

Music: Written and practical examination on digital music production and interdisciplinary compositions.

Drama: Performance assessment based on interdisciplinary collaborative plays.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week

 

Lesson Note:

 

Reflect on the achievements and growth in creative arts throughout the term.

Provide feedback to students on their strengths and areas for improvement.

Encourage continued exploration and expression in the arts during the break.

Scheme of Work:

 

Visual Arts: Personal reflection on the journey in digital and environmental arts.

Music: Sharing favorite compositions and experiences from the term.

Drama: Reflecting on individual and group accomplishments in interdisciplinary collaborations.

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