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  • 1. 1      MAPEH Learner’s Material Unit 1 Drawing   This instructional material was collaboratively developed and reviewed by educators from public and private schools, colleges, and/or universities. We encourage teachers and other education stakeholders to email their feedback, comments, and recommendations to the Department of Education at action@deped.gov.ph. 3
  • 2. 2    MAPEH – Grade 3 Learner’s Material First Edition, 2013 ISBN: Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties. Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, pictures, photos, brand names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by their respective copyright holders. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim ownership over them. Published by the Department of Education Secretary: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC Undersecretary: Yolanda S. Quijano, Ph.D. Assistant Secretary: Elena R. Ruiz, Ph.D. Printed in the Philippines by ____________ Department of Education-Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (DepEd-IMCS) Office Address: 2nd Floor Dorm G, PSC Complex Meralco Avenue, Pasig City Philippines 1600 Telefax: (02) 634-1054, 634-1072 E-mail Address: imcsetd@yahoo.com Development Team of the Learner’s Material
  • 3. 3    Table of Contents Lesson 1 Kinds of Lines and their Characteristics………….. 4 Lesson 2 People of Different Sizes ……………………………. 7 Lesson 3 Illusion of Space …………………………………….. 8 Lesson 4 Visual Texture ………………………………………… 11 Lesson 5 Landscape Drawing ………………………………… 14 Lesson 6 Textures and Shapes ………………………………. 17 Lesson 7 Pencil Drawing ……………………………………… 19 Lesson 8 Historical Houses and Building …………………... 22
  • 4. 4    LEARNER’S MATERIALS (LM) First Quarter : Drawing Lesson No.1 : Kinds of Lines and their Characteristics Code A3PR-If : Create a geometric design by contrasting two kind of lines in terms of types or sizes THINK ABOUT THIS A line is formed when two points are connected. There are two kinds of lines – the straight lines and the curve lines. Curve lines are wavy and spiral. A line can be thick, thin, wide, or narrow. Types of straight lines are horizontal lines, vertical lines, diagonal lines, and broken lines. Geometric designs are designs based on lines or simple shapes such as rectangles, triangles, and circles. BE CREATIVE Activity I : Making a Design for a Gift Wrap Materials: oslo paper, pencil, crayons, pastel colors, ruler Procedure: 1. Prepare the materials needed for this activity. 2. Think of a design that is appropriate for a gift wrap. 3. Use and combine different kinds of lines for your design. 4. Color your work to make it attractive and think of a title for your work. 5. Make sure that the artwork is neat and clean.
  • 5. 5    Draw your design here: Title
  • 6. 6    FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS An artist can create attractive and meaningful designs using the different kinds of lines. TAKE THE CHALLENGE Creative Paper Bag 1. Cut a piece of colored /craft paper measuring 9.5 x 15 inches. 2. Fold the bottom edge of the paper up 2 inches (5 cm) and sharply crease the fold. 3. Fold the sides of the bag into place and paste. (Ask for the teacher’s assistance if necessary.) 4. Flip the bag over so that it sits glued side-down. 5. Fold the side-creases inward to create a slight accordion effect. 6. Fold and glue the bottom of the bag into place. 7. Now add the handles. 8. Paste the pre-designed gift wrap on the paper bag. 9. Use glue sparingly. 10. Decorate it more with art supplies such as glitter, paint and markers.
  • 7. 7    LEARNER’S MATERIAL First Quarter : Drawing Lesson No. 2 : People of Different Sizes Code A3EL-Ia : Distinguishes the size of persons in the drawing, by their distance from the viewer THINK ABOUT THIS In a drawing, the sizes of objects may differ. Objects look smaller when they are far from the viewer, and larger when they are near. FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS In a drawing, objects that are near to the viewer are drawn bigger while objects are far from the viewer are drawn smaller.   Picture of children with the same age group playing  that shows distance.... children near the viewer, at the  middle and far from the viewer ( the sizes vary based  on their placement )  L2-1
  • 8. 8    BE CREATIVE Activity 1: Directions: 1. Imagine and then, draw a view of a farm or farmscape. 2. Add images of persons in the seascape with different sizes according to the distance from the viewer. 3. Color your drawing. 4. Give a title for your finished artwork. 5. Show your finished artwork to your classmates and tell something about it. First Quarter : Drawing Lesson No.3 : Illusion of Space Code: A3EL-Ib : Shows illusion of space in drawing objects and Persons of different sizes THINK ABOUT THIS In a drawing, the farther the distance from the viewer, the smaller the object, the nearer the distance from the viewer the bigger the object. This is called Illusion of Space.   L2-2
  • 9. 9    The use of illusion of space is a technique or process used by an artist to show distance, depth, and width in an artwork. BE CREATIVE Activity 1 “Drawing of Community” Procedure: 1. Go out of the room and look for a place where you can view the surroundings of the school. 2. Prepare your materials. 3. In your bond paper, draw a horizontal line to serve as horizon. 4. Draw a dot at the center, left, or right side of the drawing Area. 5. From the dot, draw two slant lines below to form as pathway. 6. Draw another two slant lines above the horizontal line to serve as guide in drawing persons and objects. 7. Make sure that objects near the viewer are bigger than the objects far from the viewer. 8. Color your drawing and put a title. Be creative and Unique in your output!   Picture of a drawing of a famous Filipino artist showing an illusion of space.     Label it with the name of the artist and the title of the drawing.   L3-1
  • 10. 10    FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS In a drawing, the farther the distance from the viewer, the smaller the object, the nearer the distance from the viewer the bigger the object. This is called Illusion of Space. Take the Challenge Instruction: Check the box of the picture that shows illusion of space. 1.___ 2.____ 3.___ 4.___ L3-2 L3-3
  • 11. 11    Learner’s Material First Quarter : Drawing Lesson 4 : Visual Texture Code A3PL-Ic : Appreciates that artists create visual textures by using lines, dots, and colors THINK ABOUT THIS Still life drawing is one of the processes in showing one’s creativity. We can use cross hatch lines and pointillism to produce visual textures. Cross hatch lines are marks of two or more sets of intersecting parallel lines while pointillism is a technique done by applying small dots to a surface to form a picture. Our eyes can only determine visual textures; they cannot be touched or felt. We distinguish the texture of the object in a picture by looking at it. BE CREATIVE Still Life Drawing with Cross Hatch Lines and Dots 1. Prepare the drawing materials. L4-1
  • 12. 12    2. Arrange the objects to be drawn (ex. different kinds of fruits , bottles, etc.) in a pleasing arrangement to be used as model. 3. Draw the arranged objects with the use of pencil. 4. Choose cross hatching or pointillism(using of dots) to show the texture of the objects. Use only one technique. 5. Seek the help of the teacher if needed. 6. Write a title for your finished artwork and display it on the board. Title FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS Visual Texture is a texture that can only be noticed by looking at the picture of an object. It cannot be touched or felt. L4-2
  • 13. 13    TAKE THE CHALLENGE Think of an animal that flies or swims. Draw it and apply cross hatch lines and dots to show visual textures. Use your imagination! BE PROUD In the circle, draw a if your answer is YES and if your answer is NO. Then, give a short explanation. 1. Did I use cross hatch lines and dots in drawing a still life? Why ? _______________________ 2. Did I show creativity in doing my artwork? How? ________________________ 3. Did I use different kinds of lines and colors to create visual texture in my artwork? How? ________________________ L4-4
  • 14. 14    4. Did I show appreciation to my works and the works of others? How? ________________________ LEARNER’S MATERIAL First Quarter : Drawing Lesson 5 : LANDSCAPE DRAWING Code A3PL – ld : Tells that in a landscape, the nearest object drawn is the foreground; the objects behind the foreground are the middle ground, while the farthest objects are the background. THINK ABOUT THIS An artist makes objects appear bigger and smaller in his/her drawing depending on their placement or position in the foreground, middle ground, and background. Objects in the foreground are usually big because they appear to be in the front and nearest to the viewer while objects in the backgrounds appear smaller for they are far from the viewer. Objects in the middle ground are found between the background and foreground. Background Middle ground Foreground L5-1
  • 15. 15    The principle of balance is shown in the picture through the distribution of objects seen in the foreground, middle ground, and background within the composition. BE CREATIVE LANDSCAPE DRAWING 1. Think of a scene or landscape in your province or region that you want to draw. 2. Decide what objects are to be included in the drawing. 3. Draw a landscape showing the foreground, middle ground and background. 4. Position the objects in the landscape to show balance. 5. Color the drawing and write a title for it. L5-2
  • 16. 16      FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS There is a feeling of balance when there is foreground, middle ground, and background in the composition. TAKE THE CHALLENGE Identify the foreground, middle ground, and background in each of the pictures below. 1. 2. L5-3
  • 17. 17    BE PROUD Put a if your answer is Yes if No. RUBRIC 1. Did I draw the foreground, middle ground, and background in the drawing to show balance? 2. Did I draw the landscape or land formations found in the region? 3. Did I take pride in my landscape drawing by showing it to others? 4. Did I finish my artwork on time? LEARNER’S MATERIAL First Quarter : DRAWING Lesson No. 6 : Textures and Shapes Code A3PR-lg : Sketches on-the-spot outside or near the school to draw a plant, flowers or a tree showing the different textures and shape of each part, using only a pencil, black crayon, ballpen. THINK ABOUT THIS Sketching is a fast way to record observations of what you see. These lines and forms are often simple but beautiful. On the other hand, drawing is usually considered more of a finished piece than a sketch. This generally means that a drawing will contain more visual details than a sketch. Drawings are complete statements of a scene or subject compared to sketches. BE CREATIVE Sketching of a Plant, Flower, or a Tree 1. Look for a plant, flower, or tree that you would want to draw.
  • 18. 18    2. Sketch then draw the details of it. 3. Show its texture using different kinds of lines and shapes. 4. Enhance your drawing by applying colors of your choice. 5. Present your output to the class and share your experiences while doing the activity. ___________________________________________ Title FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS L5-4
  • 19. 19    Lines and shapes are used in making sketches. A sketch is an incomplete work of art which may lack details and color. It is a guide used by an artist to produce his final work of art. TAKE THE CHALLENGE Make a sketch of an object seen inside the classroom . BE PROUD Rate your outputs based on the rubric below. RUBRIC 3 Very Evident 2 Evident 1 Not Evident 1. I drew an example of a natural object seen outside the classroom. 2. I made a sketch of the object before finalizing my artwork. 3. Texture and shape were evident in my drawing. 4. I shared my feelings about my experience to my classmates after the art activity. LEARNER’S MATERIALS First Quarter : Drawing Lesson No. 7 : Pencil Drawing Code A3PR-lh & Ie : 1. Creates a pencil or pen drawing of scene in daily life, where people in the    
  • 20. 20    province/region show their occupation by the action they are doing. 2. Describe the way of life of people in the cultural community. THINK ABOUT THIS Work or occupation is important to our lives. It is an activity that serves as one's regular source of livelihood to earn money for his/her family’s everyday living. Here are some occupations in different places that are rich in culture. Sculpturing in Paete, Laguna Weaving in Aklan Jar making in Ilocos Painting in Angono, Rizal (Source: En.wikipedia.org; stella-arnaldo.blogspot.com; rizalprovince.ph) BE CREATIVE Activity 1. You will be grouped into two to perform the following activities: L7-1
  • 21. 21    There are different kinds of occupations in the country like weaving, painting, sculpture, jar making, and carpentry. These are the major source of income in a region or province. Group  members  should  Identify  the  different  kinds  of  occupations  that  people in your place have  and the things they do.     Present  the  song  with  action  in  front of the class.      Write a 4‐line jingle or a  rap  about  the  occupations  of  the  people  in  your  place  using  the  tune  of  any  song.  Identify  the  different  kinds  of  occupations  that  people in your place have  and the things they do.       Choose  three  kinds  of  occupations.          Take  turns  in  drawing  and  coloring  the  three  kinds  of  works  or  occupations  in  a  manila paper.       Choose a leader to  present your group  output.  A leader should  present and explain to  the class your group  output.    Group 1  Group 2 Activity 2. (Suggested Activity) Draw one kind of occupation that you see in your province or region in a bond paper. Use a pencil or a pen. FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS BE PROUD Evaluate your group based on the rubric below. 3 Very Evident 2 Evident 1 Not Evident 1. We took part in doing the group activity by sharing my ideas. 2. We kept our working area clean and orderly. 3. We were able to create a pencil L7-2
  • 22. 22    drawing of the different occupations in my province or region. 4. We respected the works and ideas of others. 5. We are proud of the occupations of the people in my province or region. LEARNER’S MATERIAL First Quarter : Drawing Lesson No. 8 : Historical Houses and Buildings Code A3PR-Ii : Sketches and colors the view of the province/region with houses and buildings indicating the foreground middle ground and background by the size of the objects. THINK ABOUT THIS Lines and shapes are very important for us to represent or draw objects. To draw objects we should remember and apply the use of foreground, middle ground, and background. BE CREATIVE “Drawing of Historical Houses or Buildings” 1. Choose any historical houses and buildings you see in your locality/province or region. 2. Using different kinds of lines and shapes, draw the historical house or building you choose. 3. Add the structure with your own design. 4. Draw the things that you would like to be in the foreground, middle ground, and background. 5. Color it and place it on the blackboard. L7-3
  • 23. 23    TAKE THE CHALLENGE Identify what is being pointed in the drawing. Write your answers on the blank provided. 2. _______________________ 1. _____________________ 3.________________ L8-1 L8-2

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