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Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

JSS2 First Term Music Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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JSS2 First Term Music Lesson Note and Scheme of Work




Week 1: Introduction to Music


Overview of music as an art form.

Basic elements of music: rhythm, melody, harmony, and dynamics.

Introduction to musical notation.

Week 2: The History of Music


Explore the evolution of music through different eras.

Study key musical periods: medieval, renaissance, baroque, classical, romantic, and contemporary.

Week 3: Musical Instruments


Classification of musical instruments (string, woodwind, brass, percussion).

In-depth study of selected instruments from each category.

Week 4: Notation and Basic Music Theory


Understanding musical symbols and notation.

Basic music theory principles, including scales and intervals.

Week 5: Introduction to Vocal Music


Exploring different vocal styles and techniques.

Group singing activities.

Week 6: African Music Traditions


Survey traditional music genres across various African cultures.

Discuss the role of music in cultural expression.

Week 7: World Music Appreciation


Explore diverse world music genres (Latin, Asian, Middle Eastern).

Listen to and analyze representative examples.

Week 8: Music in Media and Popular Culture


Investigate the use of music in movies, TV shows, and commercials.

Analyze the impact of popular music on culture.

Week 9: Composition and Arrangement


Basic principles of musical composition.

Collaborative arrangement activities in class.

Week 10: Music and Emotions


Explore the emotional impact of music.

Discuss how different genres evoke various feelings.

Week 11: Revision Week


Review key concepts and topics covered throughout the term.

Practice previous lessons through interactive activities.

Week 12: Examination Week


Conduct assessments covering the entire term’s curriculum.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Reflect on the term’s music lessons and achievements.

Final presentations or performances by students.

Provide resources for continued musical exploration during the break.

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