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  • 1. Ed - K to 12 ART CURRICULUM Dep2012 (PRESENTER NAME)
  • 2. What is the EXPECTATION for GRADE 7 ART? At the end of Grade 7: The learner demonstrates UNDERSTANDING of salientfeatures of art of the Philippines throughAPPRECIATION, ANALYSIS and PERFORMANCEFOR SELF DEVELOPMENT, the celebration ofFilipinoculturalidentity and diversity.through the processes in ART DRAWING PAINTING PRINTMAKING SCULPTURE & NEW MEDIAthrough CREATING S OBSERVING & APPRECIATING A RESPONDING to ARTWORKS K Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 3. Grade 7 ART• Is only ONCE A WEEK for 1 hourso TIME is precious!The teacher must PLAN the lesson PREPARE material PERSIST in holding the ART CLASS and not GIVE IT UP for other school activities! LET US NOT CHEAT OUR STUDENTS! They LOVE ART! Why? The FOCUS in ART is the PERSON. Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 4. K to 12 ART CURRICULUMThe K to 12 ART Curriculum* is STUDENT – centered (art production)• develops the higher order thinking skills (art criticism)• emphasizes our Filipino identity through an appreciation of our rich Philippine culture and heritage and traditions. (art history and art appreciation Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 5. K to 12 ART CURRICULUMWHY DO STUDENTS NEED ART?Art develops the student’s creativity and personal artistic expression, his cultural and visual literacy which is most needed in the 21st century, which is a multi-media world.Art develops the student’s multiple intelligences:SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE - when he imagines and translates his thoughts, feelings into visuals: drawings,& paintings Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 6. K to 12 ART CURRICULUMKINAESTHETIC INTELLIGENCE – when he useshis eyes, hands, arms, body to carve, shape,weave, saw, construct, mix, blend.•LOGICAL & VERBAL INTELLIGENCE – when heconnects the art he sees to the history of the•Philippines and the world. When he can appreciate, assess and talkabout the artistic merits of his work and thework of others. Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 7. CONTENT OF ART Every work of ART, has elements on whichdifferent principles are applied whatever processor MEDIA is used by the artist. ELEMENTS of ART: line, color, shape,texture. PRINCIPLES: rhythm, balance, unityrepetition, contrast, proportion,emphasis, harmony PROCESSES: drawing, painting,printmaking, sculpture, & crafts, newmedia Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 8. ELEMENTS (alphabet) of Art: Line, Color,Shape and Texture Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 9. PRINCIPLES of Art: (what we do with the elements) Rhythm, balance, repetition, unity, proportion, emphasis, contrast & harmony Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 10. Processes or MEDIA of Art: (how we create art)drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, & mixed media(local, natural indigenous or recycled materials preferred) Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 11. APPROACHES in TEACHING ART The art ELEMENTS, PRINCIPLES and PROCESSES are taught in a SPIRAL PROGRESSION from the simple to the more complicated from K to 12 IT FOLLOWS the STUDENT’S DEVELOPMENTAL GROWTH. ART Lessons are performance- based, project- based, HANDS-ON & FUN! Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 12. THEMES in ArtTHEMES in ART for the different grades follow the student’s cognitive level, social awareness & personal development ART is INTEGRATED WITH OTHER SUBJECTS. (Science, AP, Languages, Math, TLE, Values, and other areas).• K , Gr. 1 - Myself, my family and my school• Grade 2 - My Neighborhood, my community• Grade 3 - My province, my regionGrade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 13. THEMES in ArtGrade 4 -Differentcommunities inthe PhilippinesGrade 5 - Historyof the Philippines,our Ancestors Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 14. K to 12 ART CURRICULUM – THEMES in ArtGrade 6 The Philippines in the present times.Grade 7 (HS) The three island groups of the Philippines: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 15. K to 12 ART CURRICULUM – THEMES in ArtGrade 8 -Our AsianNeighbors Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 16. K to 12 ART CURRICULUM – THEMES in ArtGrade 9 -The Westerncountries Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 17. K to 12 ART CURRICULUM – THEMES in ArtGrade 10 -Middle East,Africa,the Americas Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 18. Grade 11- : ART CAREERS: design, mass media, I.T.Product design Product design Product design Book Game development Graphic design illustration Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 19. Grade 12 -art-related CAREERS photography Interior designFashion Design (Monique Lhuillier) Furniture Design (Kenneth Cobonpue) Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 20. Gr 11, 12:Learning by APPRENTICESHIP:the student is mentored by an artist, a craftsmaster (furniture, jewelry, weaving,clothes designer, photography, video & TVproduction)or s/he goes to a private shop toassist & learn: animation, cartooning, makingdigital games, display design, interior design,book illustration, magazine layout, events &festivalorganizing,advertising,filmproduction..NEW SKILLS of THE 21ST CENTURYso our students can WORK after Gr 12. Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 21. GRADE 7 CURRICULUM (Teaching Guide and Learning Guide for Students) 1ST QUARTER: DRAWING and PAINTING Module 1 – Folk Arts and Designs from Luzon Lesson 1: Folk Arts from Ilocos Region and Cordillera Lesson 2: Folk Arts from Cagayan Valley and Central Luzon Lesson 3: Folk Arts from Southern Tagalog and Bicol Region Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 22. GRADE 7 CURRICULUM (Teaching Guide and LearningGuide for Students) 1ST QUARTER: DRAWING and PAINTINGModule 2 – Folk Arts from the VisayasLesson 1 - 2: Western, Eastern, andCentral VisayasModule 3 – Folk Arts from MindanaoLesson 1 - 3: Folk Arts from Different Cultural Groups of Mindanao Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 23. GRADE 7 CURRICULUM (Teaching Guide and LearningGuide for Students)1ST QUARTER: DRAWING and PAINTING Module 4 –Philippine PaintingsLesson 1: Paintings During the Spanish ColonizationLesson 2: Paintings Before the RevolutionLesson 3: Paintings During the American Period and Post War Era Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 24. GRADE 7 CURRICULUM (Teaching Guideand Learning Guide for Students)2nd QUARTER: PRINTMAKINGModule 5 – Printmaking Process in thePhilippinesLesson 1: Printmaking in the PhilippinesLesson 2: Printmaking Techniques and Processes Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 25. GRADE 7 CURRICULUM (Teaching Guide and LearningGuide for Students)3rd QUARTER: SCULPTURE AND NEW MEDIAModule 6 – New MediaLesson 1: Printing Using New MediaLesson 2:Evolution of Printing in thePhilippinesModule 7 – SculptureLesson 1: Early Forms and Traditional Sculpture in the PhilippinesLesson 2: Philippine Sculpture in the Modern Times Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 26. GRADE 7 CURRICULUM (Teaching Guideand Learning Guide for Students)4th QUARTER: VISUAL ARTS IN PHILIPPINEDRAMA AND FESTIVALSModule 8 – Philippine DramaLesson 1: Traditional Philippine Drama FormsLesson 2: New Forms of PhilippineDrama Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 27. GRADE 7 CURRICULUM (Teaching Guideand Learning Guide for Students)4th QUARTER: VISUAL ARTS IN PHILIPPINEDRAMA AND FESTIVALSModule 9 – Philippine FestivalsLesson 1: Religious Festivals Around the PhilippinesLesson 2: Non-Religious Festivals Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 28. COMPONENTS OF GRADE 7 ARTLESSONS1. Art History2. Art Appreciation3. Art Production4. Art Criticism Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 29. An ART LESSON has these parts: 1.MOTIVATION activity or SENSORY EXPERIENCES toexcite the students2. VISUALS, MATERIALS, PROCESSES,STEPS to follow3. DOING MY ART”allow the student to EXPRESS HIS OWNTHOUGHTS & FEELINGS and ADOPT THE DESIGNSOF OUR FOLK ARTS4. TALKING/THINKING TIME – looking andcommenting on my art and art of others Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 30. A TEACHER OF ART :1. must have DONE BASIC ART PROCESSES (draw,paint, carve, print, design)2. respects the student for each person is UNIQUE! Accept work of everyone and DISPLAY all works.3. encourages the CREATIVITY of the student;allow questions, mistakes, trial & errror,experimentation, allows him/her to try and try4. awards INVENTORS & INNOVATORS…. sometimes they are the “weird, “pasaway” kids Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 31. EINSTEIN the great scientist said: “IMAGINATION is greater than KNOWLEDGE!” We are preparing our STUDENTS for the FUTURE, which we can onlyIMAGINE…so we cannot teach only the way we were taught. We must KEEP ON LEARNING… for the world is changing! Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 32. Instill PRIDE IN THE PILIPINO! Tell them about our great ARTISTS. We are known for our good singers, dancers, animators, indigenous artists. Invite local artists to your class.InstillPRIDE in the PHILIPPINES!Show or visitour beautiful beaches, caves, sceneries, heritage buildings & sites. Talk about them. Take pictures. Name of Presenter Position Department/College
  • 33. Through ART, the Filipino student becomes creative,innovative, productive and proud to be FILIPINO, proud of hisprovince and the Philippines, using his talents for others & hiscountry! Name of Presenter Position Department/College