Subject: Cultural and Creative Arts
Class: Primary 3
Term: 1st Term
Topic: Line Design
Subtitle: Uses of lines in design
Learning Objectives: At the end of this this lesson, pupils should be able to:
Resources and materials:
Scheme of work
Instructional material: charts
Building Background/connection to prior knowledge: pupils are familiar with the topic in their previous classes.
What is a line?
A line is a thin continuous mark made with a pen, pencil or brush on a surface. The lines can be thick or thin. The lines could be thick or thin depending on what we want to use it for.
Types of lines
1. Zig-zag lines: These are lines moving in opposites slanting positions with a meeting point.
2. Curved lines: These lines are not straight. Example is the outline of a circle.
3. Straight lines: The straight lines are lines moving in the same straight direction. It could be vertical or horizontal.
4. Broken lines: The broken lines are many short lines following each other. Broken lines do not meet or form a continuous line.
5. Diagonal lines: These lines are joined in opposite corners of a square, rectangle or any other straight sided strap.
6. Radial lines: These are lines that start with a radius point, and passes through the centre of a circle.
Uses of lines
1 Lines can be used to form different shapes and sizes.
2 Lines can be used together to create texture and patterns.
3 Lines are used to show or suggest feeling of movement and direction of an object.
4 We use lines for showing definite things on our illustrations.
5 Many lines are used together to draw different things.
6 Lines can be used to communicate stability and solidity.
Step1:Teacher revises the previous topic.
Step2:Teacher introduces the new topic.
Step3:Teacher explains the new topic.
Step4: Teacher welcomes pupils’ questions.
Step5: Teacher evaluates the pupils.
Assessment & Evaluation:
WRAP UP (CONCLUSION) Teacher goes over the topic once again for better understanding.
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