Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS3 Third Term Creative Arts Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS3 Third Term Creative Arts Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Third Term: Week 1 – Photography Basics


Lesson Note: Introduce students to the fundamentals of photography.

Scheme of Work: Cover basic camera techniques, composition rules, and the art of storytelling through images. Encourage students to explore their surroundings and capture compelling photographs.

Week 2: Visual Arts – Environmental Art


Lesson Note: Explore the concept of environmental art.

Scheme of Work: Guide students in creating artworks using natural materials found in their surroundings. Discuss the environmental and social messages conveyed through this form of art.

Week 3: Drama – Shakespearean Theatre


Lesson Note: Introduce students to the works of William Shakespeare and the art of performing in a Shakespearean play.

Scheme of Work: Select a short scene from a Shakespearean play and guide students through understanding the language, context, and dramatic techniques. Have them perform excerpts from the chosen play.

Week 4: Music – World Music Exploration


Lesson Note: Explore music from different cultures around the world.

Scheme of Work: Listen to and analyze music from various regions. Have students create their compositions inspired by the sounds and rhythms of different cultures.

Week 5: Visual Arts – Public Art Installation


Lesson Note: Discuss the role of art in public spaces.

Scheme of Work: Guide students in planning and executing a public art installation. Emphasize the impact of art on the community and the ability to convey messages through public art.

Week 6: Drama – Improvisational Theatre


Lesson Note: Focus on the art of improvisation in theatre.

Scheme of Work: Engage students in improv games and exercises to enhance their spontaneity and creativity on stage. Discuss the importance of quick thinking and adaptability in acting.

Week 7: Music – Music Technology and Production


Lesson Note: Introduce students to music technology and production techniques.

Scheme of Work: Explore music software, recording techniques, and basic production skills. Have students create their musical compositions using digital tools.

Week 8: Visual Arts – Conceptual Art


Lesson Note: Discuss the concept of conceptual art.

Scheme of Work: Guide students in creating artworks that focus on ideas and concepts rather than traditional aesthetics. Discuss the significance of conceptual art in contemporary art movements.

Week 9: Drama – Directing and Stage Management


Lesson Note: Explore the roles of a director and stage manager in theatre.

Scheme of Work: Assign students roles as directors and stage managers for short scenes. Discuss the importance of communication, organization, and leadership in directing a play.

Week 10: Music – Music and Film


Lesson Note: Discuss the relationship between music and film.

Scheme of Work: Explore how music enhances storytelling in films. Have students create soundtracks for short film clips or scenes, considering mood, tempo, and thematic elements.

Week 11: Revision Week


Lesson Note: Review key concepts and skills from the third term.

Scheme of Work: Conduct group discussions, quizzes, and hands-on activities to reinforce learning.

Week 12: Examination Week


Lesson Note: Administer a comprehensive examination covering all aspects of Creative Arts from the third term.

Scheme of Work: Ensure the examination assesses knowledge, practical skills, and creativity developed during the term.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Lesson Note: Conclude the academic year with a reflection on the diverse artistic explorations throughout the three terms.

Scheme of Work: Allow students to showcase their photography, environmental art, Shakespearean performances, world music compositions, public art installations, improvisational theatre, conceptual artworks, and music technology projects. Provide positive feedback and celebrate their artistic growth over the school year.

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