CLASS: PRIMARY 4
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SUBJECT: CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS
Learning Objectives; At the end of the lesson; pupils should be able to;
1 explain what drawing is;
2 state the types of drawing;
3 name the materials used in drawing still life objects;
4 identify still life objects around you;
5 draw and shade a still life object around you.
TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS
Entry Behaviour: the students have been taught meaning and definition of shapes.
Introduction to drawing
Drawing is a form of visual art. It is the act of making pictures of living and non-living things on a flat surface with the use of appropriate materials. It makes use of lines on paper to create an image. The following materials would be helpful when drawing.
Types of drawing
1. Still life drawing: This is the drawing of inanimate or man-made objects. Inanimate things are non-living things or man-made materials. They do not grow, breathe or move on their own. Examples are tea cup, saucer, flask, bread and milk.
2. Landscape drawing: Landscape drawing involves the drawing or representation of a part of our environment. The environment here may include the land or ground, hills or mountains or rivers.
3. Nature drawing: This is the drawing of natural objects in our environment. It could be the drawing of fruits, farm produce, flowers, trees or other natural objects.
4. Life drawing: Life drawing is the drawing of living things like human beings and animals.
1 Drawing is a form of visual ____________. a) expression b) design c) art
2 Still life is the drawing of man-made ____________. a) animals b) water c) objects
3 ____________ drawing involves the visual representation of our environment.
4 Drawing of natural objects is called ____________.
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