Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

Jss1 Second Term Fine Arts Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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Jss1 Second Term Fine Arts Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

JSS1 Fine Arts: Second Term Scheme of Work

Week 1: Printmaking

Introduction to printmaking techniques.

Creating simple prints using various materials.

Discussing famous printmakers.

Week 2: Art and Nature

Outdoor session: Sketching in the school garden or nearby park.

Integrating natural elements into artworks.

Exploring the connection between art and the environment.

Week 3: Abstract Art

Understanding abstract art concepts.

Experimenting with abstract painting techniques.

Analyzing famous abstract artworks.

Week 4: Ceramics

Introduction to ceramics in art.

Basic hand-building techniques with clay.

Creating small ceramic pieces.

Week 5: Art and Technology

Exploring the intersection of art and technology.

Creating digital artworks using basic graphic design tools.

Discussing the impact of technology on contemporary art.

Week 6: Art Critique

Learning the art of constructive critique.

Analyzing classmates’ artworks and providing feedback.

Understanding the importance of constructive criticism in artistic growth.

Week 7: Installation Art

Introduction to installation art.

Group project: Creating a temporary installation within the school premises.

Presentation and discussion of installation artworks.

Week 8: Final Project Exhibition

Setting up an art exhibition within the school.

Showcasing students’ best works from the term.

Inviting parents and teachers to view the exhibition.

Week 1: Printmaking Lesson Note



To introduce students to printmaking techniques.

To guide students in creating simple prints.

To discuss notable printmakers.



Brief lecture on the history and techniques of printmaking.

Demonstration of printmaking techniques using different materials.

Hands-on activity: Students create their own prints using selected materials.



Research and present a short report on a famous printmaker.

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