Art and Craft Schemes - Grade 3 Schemes of Work Term 2 2023

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1

1

Mounting Techniques

Montage

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to  collect different types of pictures from print media that can be used to create montage

What material do we use for creating pictorial compositions?

In groups learners could collect materials that can be used in creating montage

Glue, print media, paper etc. Movement and

Creativity

Curriculum Design  Vol 4 Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,45-47

Observation, signed questions, discussion

 

 

2

Mounting Techniques

Montage

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to create simple pictorial composition in montage using cut out pictures

What material do we use for creating pictorial compositions?

How do we create pictorial compositions using cur outs?

Individually create simple pictorial composition in montage using cut out pictures

Glue, print media, paper etc. Creativity

Curriculum Design  Vol 4 Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,45-47

Observation, signed questions, discussion

 

2

1

Mounting Techniques

Montage

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to create simple pictorial composition in montage using cut out pictures

What material do we use for creating pictorial compositions? How do we create pictorial compositions using cur outs?

Individually create simple pictorial composition in montage using cut out pictures

Glue, print media, paper etc. Creativity Curriculum Design  Vol 4 Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,47-49

Observation, signed questions, discussion

 

 

2

Mounting Techniques

Montage

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:  have fun while creating simple pictorial composition in montage

What material do we use for creating pictorial compositions?

 How do we create pictorial compositions using cur outs?

Learners to display and sign about own and others work.

Glue, print media, paper etc. Creativity

Curriculum Design  Vol 4 Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,47-49

Observation, signed questions, discussion

 

3

1

Decorating Forms

Decorating three dimensional forms using found materials

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: observe teacher samples of decorated forms to help in motivation

What materials can one use for decorating 3D forms?

In groups learners could observe teacher samples of decorated forms

Sticky gum, found objects,3D objects to be decorated

Creativity

Curriculum Design  Vol 4 Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,50-52

Observation, signed questions, discussion

 

 

2

Decorating Forms

Decorating three dimensional forms using found materials

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: decorate three dimensional forms using found materials

What materials can one use for decorating 3D forms? How do we decorate 3D forms using found materials?

In groups learners to experiment with materials to decorate three dimensional forms using found materials e.g. shells, buttons, beads, inedible seeds etc.

Sticky gum, found objects,3D objects to be decorated

Creativity

Curriculum Design  Vol 4 Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,51-54

Observation, signed questions, discussion

 

4

1

Ornaments

Knotted Necklaces

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: observe beaded ornaments from teachers’ samples to help in making necklaces using knotting techniques

What materials can be used from the environment in making beads?

In groups learners could identify sample necklaces using local techniques and materials e.g. glass beads, plastic beads, clay beads, wooden beads, bone beads etc.

Glass beads, plastic beads, clay beads, wooden beads, bone beads etc.

Creativity

Curriculum Design  Vol 4

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,55-57

Observation, signed questions, discussion.

 

 

2

Ornaments

Knotted Necklaces

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to experiment with local materials to create necklaces using knotting technique

What are the suitable materials used in making ornaments at this level?

In groups experiment with local materials and techniques to make multi-color necklaces and thread using a double strand

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4 Glass beads, plastic beads, clay beads, wooden beads, bone beads etc.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,58-59

Observation, signed questions, discussion.

 

5

1

Ornaments

Knotted Necklaces

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to enjoy making necklaces using knotting technique

How can learners borrow creative ideas from their locality on ornament making?

Learners to display their work followed by a class discussion to appreciate own and each other’s necklaces

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4 Glass beads, plastic beads, clay beads, wooden beads, bone beads etc.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,58-59

Observation, signed questions, discussion.

 

 

2

Ornaments

Double strand bracelets

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: observe beaded ornaments from teachers’ samples to help in making bracelets using knotting techniques

What materials can be used from the environment in making beads?

In groups learners could identify sample bracelets Make using local techniques and materials e.g. glass beads, plastic beads, clay beads, wooden beads, bone beads etc.

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4 wooden beads, bone beads, glass beads, plastic beads, clay beads, etc.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,60-62

Observation, signed questions, discussion.

 

6

1

Ornaments

Double strand bracelets

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: experiment with local materials to create bracelets using knotting technique

How can learners borrow creative ideas form material culture in their locality on ornament making?

Make using local techniques and materials e.g. glass beads, plastic beads, clay beads, wooden beads, bone beads etc.

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4wooden beads, bone beads, glass beads, plastic beads, clay beads, etc.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,60-62

Observation, signed questions, discussion.

 

 

2

Ornaments

Double strand bracelets

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: experiment with local materials to create bracelets using knotting technique

How can learners borrow creative ideas form material culture in their locality on ornament making?

In groups experiment with local materials and techniques to make three color bracelets and thread using a double strand. Learners to display their work followed by a class discussion to appreciate own and each other’s bracelets

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4wooden beads, bone beads, glass beads, plastic beads, clay beads, etc.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,62-63

Observation, signed questions, discussion.

 

7

1

Ornaments

Double strand bracelets

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: enjoy making bracelets using knotting technique

Is it possible to get a resource person to show learners how to make beads using local techniques?

In groups experiment with local materials and techniques to make three color bracelets and thread using a double strand.  Learners to display their work followed by a class discussion to appreciate own and each other’s bracelets

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4 wooden beads, bone beads, glass beads, plastic beads, clay beads, etc.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,63-64

Observation, signed questions, discussion.

 

 

2

Fabric Decoration

Appliqué

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: observe fabric decorated items from appliqué technique from teachers’ samples to motivate them make their own

What materials are required to make Appliqué decorations?

In groups learners could be taken for environmental walks to identify and name objects used for sticking on fabric.

Class discussion on found materials which can be used for sticking on fabric

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4 Fabric, adhesive, assorted materials (paper, buttons, colored paper, shells) etc.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,65-67

Observation, signed questions, discussion, portfolio,

 

8

1

Fabric Decoration

Appliqué

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: decorate fabric using appliqué technique for self-expression

What is the process of making Appliqué decorations on fabric

Individually use found materials to stick on fabric and create decorations.  Display and talk about own and others finished work.

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4 Fabric, adhesive, assorted materials (paper, buttons, colored paper, shells) etc.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,67-68

Observation, signed questions, discussion, portfolio,

 

 

2

Fabric Decoration

Appliqué

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: enjoy decorating fabric with the appliqué technique

Which adhesive is appropriate for Appliqué?

Individually use found materials to stick on fabric and create decorations. Display and talk about own and others finished work.

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4 Fabric, adhesive, assorted materials (paper, buttons, colored paper, shells) etc.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,67-68

Observation, signed questions, discussion, portfolio,

 

9

1

Modelling

Decorating clay items using incising technique

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: observe clay items decorated using incising method from teachers collection to motivate them make their own

How do we decorate pots using incising method?

 

Class discussion on materials and tools for modelling simple pottery

Individually model simple pottery forms and finish decoration through incising

Creativity

Curriculum Design  Vol 4

Clay, water, containers.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,69-71

Observation, signed questions, discussion.

 

 

2

Modelling

Decorating clay items using incising technique

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: identify materials and tools to be used in decorating clay items using incising method

How do we decorate pots using incising method?

 

Class discussion on materials and tools for modelling simple pottery

Individually model simple pottery forms and finish decoration through incising

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4 Clay, water, containers.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,69-71

Observation, signed questions, discussion.

 

10

1

Modelling

Decorating clay items using incising technique

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: model simple objects decorated using incising method to acquire modelling skills

Is it possible to get a resource person to demonstrate incising technique to learners

Individually learners could model simple objects and finishing them by incising as a decorative technique

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4 Clay, water, containers.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,70-71

Observation, signed questions, discussion.

 

 

2

Modelling

Decorating clay items using incising technique

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to: have fun as they model and decorate objects using incising method

 

How do we decorate pots using incising method?

Is it possible to get a resource person to demonstrate incising technique to learners

Individually learners could model simple objects and finishing them by incising as a decorative technique

Learners to display and sign about own and others work

Creativity

Curriculum Design Vol 4 Clay, water, containers.

Longhorn Art and Craft Activities BK 3 Teachers Guide Pg,71-73

Observation, signed questions, discussion.

 

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END OF TERM ASSESSMENT AND CLOSING

 

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