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SCHEME OF WORK FOR MUSIC JSS 2

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MUSIC

JSS 2

1ST TERM

1. Continuation of tones and semitones of a scale

2. Construction of musical scales using ledge line

3. Key signature

– Types of key signature

– Importance of key signature

4. History of music

-Western composers. Eg. George Fredrick Handee

– African composers. Eg. Sir Victor Uwaifo

5. Types of music used in the western history of music

– Types of music used or found in our African Society

6. Practicals on the key signature

– Using the keyboard piano instrument

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

1. Sight- Singing

2. Continuation of the key signature on the flat key notes

3. Singing in unison and part

4. Identification of the vocal compass of the human and musical instruments

5. Breath control in singing

6. The qualities of a good singer and an armature singer

7. Substances that can enhance the voice movement or flow and those that can hinder the voice flow

8. The vocal ranges of humans

9. Practicals on the voice using any musical piece

10. Practicals on sight singing

JSS 2

THIRD TERM

1. Construction of musical scales with and without key signatures

2. Identification of the differences between the major scales and the minor scales

3. Time signature

– Types of time signature

– Importance of time signature

4. History of music

– Western composers. e.g. Johann Sebastian

– African composers. e.g. Evan Sunny Okosun, etc.

4. Dance(Definition)

– Types of dance

– Importance of dance

– Structure of dance

– Component of dance

5. Differences between the melodic and the harmonic minor scale

6. Construction of the natural minor, melodic minor and the harmonic minor scales

7. Practicals on rhythmic beat timing on the drum-set or.

8. Practicals on dance performances or

9. Practicals on rhythmic timing on the keyboard piano 44/113

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MUSIC

JSS 3

FIRST TERM

1. (i) Intervals

(ii) Description of intervals

(III) Types of intervals

2. Triads and their intervals

– Types of triads

3. Transcription of musical notes

4. 4. Transposition

Types of transpositions

5. Western and African musical instruments

6. Popular Western musicians and African musicians

7. Different period of Western musical history

8. Practicals on musical instruments like keyboard piano, drum-set, etc.

JSS 3

SECOND TERM

1. Continuation of history of music in the Western world and African society

2. Technical notes of musical notes and some musical dynamics

3. Continuation of notes of musical notes and their various solfa notation on a scale

4. Period of history of the Western composers

5. Types of musicians. Eg. Church musicians, secular musicians, popular musicians, classical musicians

6. Cadences

7. Conducting pattern

8. Modulation

9. Field trip (Excursion)

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SCHEME OF WORK FOR MUSIC JSS 2

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MUSIC

JSS 2

1ST TERM

1. Continuation of tones and semitones of a scale

2. Construction of musical scales using ledge line

3. Key signature

– Types of key signature

– Importance of key signature

4. History of music

-Western composers. Eg. George Fredrick Handee

– African composers. Eg. Sir Victor Uwaifo

5. Types of music used in the western history of music

– Types of music used or found in our African Society

6. Practicals on the key signature

– Using the keyboard piano instrument

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

1. Sight- Singing

2. Continuation of the key signature on the flat key notes

3. Singing in unison and part

4. Identification of the vocal compass of the human and musical instruments

5. Breath control in singing

6. The qualities of a good singer and an armature singer

7. Substances that can enhance the voice movement or flow and those that can hinder the voice flow

8. The vocal ranges of humans

9. Practicals on the voice using any musical piece

10. Practicals on sight singing

JSS 2

THIRD TERM

1. Construction of musical scales with and without key signatures

2. Identification of the differences between the major scales and the minor scales

3. Time signature

– Types of time signature

– Importance of time signature

4. History of music

– Western composers. e.g. Johann Sebastian

– African composers. e.g. Evan Sunny Okosun, etc.

4. Dance(Definition)

– Types of dance

– Importance of dance

– Structure of dance

– Component of dance

5. Differences between the melodic and the harmonic minor scale

6. Construction of the natural minor, melodic minor and the harmonic minor scales

7. Practicals on rhythmic beat timing on the drum-set or.

8. Practicals on dance performances or

9. Practicals on rhythmic timing on the keyboard piano 44/113

SCHEME OF WORK FOR MUSIC

JSS 3

FIRST TERM

1. (i) Intervals

(ii) Description of intervals

(III) Types of intervals

2. Triads and their intervals

– Types of triads

3. Transcription of musical notes

4. 4. Transposition

Types of transpositions

5. Western and African musical instruments

6. Popular Western musicians and African musicians

7. Different period of Western musical history

8. Practicals on musical instruments like keyboard piano, drum-set, etc.

JSS 3

SECOND TERM

1. Continuation of history of music in the Western world and African society

2. Technical notes of musical notes and some musical dynamics

3. Continuation of notes of musical notes and their various solfa notation on a scale

4. Period of history of the Western composers

5. Types of musicians. Eg. Church musicians, secular musicians, popular musicians, classical musicians

6. Cadences

7. Conducting pattern

8. Modulation

9. Field trip (Excursion)

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