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Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS3 Third Term Fine Arts Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS3 Third Term Fine Arts Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Fine Arts: SS3 Third Term Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

Week 1-3: Advanced Painting Techniques

Day 1-2: Exploration of advanced painting styles and approaches.

Day 3-4: Practical sessions focusing on refining painting skills.

Day 5: Critique and analysis of individual painting projects.

Week 4-6: Sculpture in Contemporary Art

Day 1-2: Study of contemporary sculpture trends.

Day 3-4: Hands-on sculpting projects emphasizing modern techniques.

Day 5: Group discussion on the significance of contemporary sculpture.

Week 7-8: Artistic Entrepreneurship

Day 1-2: Introduction to the business side of art.

Day 3-4: Development of an art business plan.

Day 5: Guest speaker session: Successful artist sharing experiences.

Week 9-10: Public Art Installations

Day 1-2: Understanding the impact of public art.

Day 3-4: Group project: Planning and executing a public art installation.

Day 5: Presentation and reflection on the public art experience.

Week 11: Revision Week

Day 1-3: Comprehensive review of the term’s concepts and techniques.

Day 4: Practical revision session based on individual needs.

Day 5: Q&A and clarification session in preparation for assessments.

Week 12: Examination Week

Day 1-3: Written and practical assessments.

Day 4: Review and discussion of exam performance.

Day 5: Feedback and guidance on future artistic endeavors.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week

Day 1-2: Grand exhibition featuring students’ advanced artworks.

Day 3: Recognition of outstanding achievements and talents.

Day 4: Farewell remarks, reflection on artistic growth, and future aspirations.

Day 5: School dismissal and encouragement for continued artistic exploration beyond the classroom.

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