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Grade 10 arts q3 for ntot luzon

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Grade 10 arts q3 for ntot luzon

  1. 1. A Walkthrough with the Curriculum Document (Quarter III)(ARTS) Prepared by: Anabelle Marmol
  2. 2. Key Understanding to be Developed Content/Strategies/Processes in Teaching Arts(Quarter III)
  3. 3. PRE- Activity A. Hula-Hula
  4. 4. A. Famous lines from Movies/Advertisements 1. “Ang mundo ay isang malaking Quiapo. Maraming snatcher, maaagawan ka. Lumaban ka!” 2. “Baliw ang nagsasabing isinilang na ang aking karibal. You’ll never make it! You’re nothing but a second-rate, trying hard copycat!” 3. “Walang himala! Ang himala ay nasa puso ng tao! Nasa puso nating lahat!” 4. "Akala mo lang wala... pero meron! Meron! Meron!“ 5. "I was never your partner. I'm just your wife." –
  5. 5. (ANSWERS) 1. “Ang mundo ay isang malaking Quiapo. Maraming snatcher, maaagawan ka. Lumaban ka!” (carmi martin, No other Woman) 2. “Baliw ang nagsasabing isinilang na ang aking karibal. You’ll never make it! You’re nothing but a second-rate, trying hard copycat!” – Cherie Gil in Bituing Walang Ningning (1985) 3. “Walang himala! Ang himala ay nasa puso ng tao! Nasa puso nating lahat!”- Nora Aunor in Himala (1982) 4. "Akala mo lang wala... pero meron! Meron! Meron!“- Carlo Aquino, Bata, Bata...Paano Ka Ginawa? (1998) 5. "I was never your partner. I'm just your wife." – Sharon Cuneta in Madrasta
  6. 6. B. Name the following characters:
  7. 7. C. Who’s Who
  8. 8. INTRODUCTION: The previous quarter provided an overview of the phenomenal capabilities and possibilities of the electronic or digital media now available in today’s technology-driven world. These have enabled amazingly innovative art forms to evolve far beyond traditional painting, sculpture, and architecture. As quickly as technology is able to develop new devices, gadgets, and techniques, modern artists and designers adapt them to enhance their creative expression.
  9. 9. MEDIA-BASED ARTS AND DESIGN IN THE PHILIPPINES Photography Film Print Media Digital Media Product and Industrial Design
  10. 10. PHOTOGRAPHY AS COMMUNICATION - being a modern art form, photography is viewed as being more than just beautiful - it is considered one of the most powerful means of communication
  11. 11. - The photographic image is today’s most important means of conveying information and ideas, expressing emotions and more…
  12. 12. - photographs are vital tools in communication fields such as journalism, advertising, education and even in courts of law
  13. 13. - They have also been used to eloquently speak out against social and political issues
  14. 14. Noteworthy Philippine Photographers GEORGE TAPPAN -An award winning travel photographer who has won two pacific Asia Tourism Association (PATA) Gold Awards, An ASEAN Tourism Association award and first place in the 2011 National Geographic Photo Contest. His highly acclaimed work has been published in five photography books.
  15. 15. Into The Green Zone Tappan’s 1st place winning image in the 2011 National Geographic Photo Contest
  16. 16. Other Works:
  17. 17. Seaweeds Farmer
  18. 18. JOHN K. CHUA - Advertising and commercial photographer extraordinaire, John is best known for his technical excellence and mastery of notoriously challenging photo shoots – to the delight of clients who envision the seemingly impossible. With more than forty years of experience under his belt, John has moved with ease from one genre of photography to another, earning local and international awards along the way.
  19. 19. Snake Island, Palawan
  20. 20. “Kapayapaan/Peace” Sampaloc Lake, San Pablo City Laguna
  21. 21. Gulf of Davao
  22. 22. ACTIVITY Photography Group Project: “Images with a Message” 1. For this group project, your teacher would have asked you to bring to class any available device for taking photographs (point-and-shoot camera, DSLR camera, mobile phone, android phone, tablet). Those who do not have their own device may share with other classmates. 2. The class will be divided into groups of 6 to 8 students. Each group will be assigned a theme such as: a) people/personalities e) patience b) love f) kindness c) nature g) and other theme, if they wish d) our school 3. Together with your group, move around the classroom and school grounds on your own time, taking photographs according to your assigned/chosen theme. Store the best one in you devices for group evaluation. 4. As a group, select one photograph taken by each of your group members that best captures the theme. If there are 8 group members, there will be 8 selected photos.
  23. 23. FILM Another art form which has risen to tremendous heights within the last century is film or cinema. As its early name “motion pictures” declared, film brought yet another dimension into play—that of moving images. The possibilities of this medium created a new art form that was to become a powerful social and economic force, and a legacy of the 20th century world.
  24. 24. The Collaborative Art of Filmmaking Filmmaking, because of its technical complexity, involves entire teams of artists, writers, and production experts, supported by technicians taking charge of the cameras, lighting equipment, sets, props, costumes, and the like all under the supervision of a film director.
  25. 25. Philippine Filmmakers
  26. 26. LINO BROCKA
  27. 27. His Works
  28. 28. MIKE DE LEON
  29. 29. ISHMAEL BERNAL
  30. 30. PEQUE GALLAGA
  31. 31. LAURICE GUILLEN
  32. 32. MARILOU DIAZ-ABAYA
  33. 33. MARYO J. DELOS REYES
  34. 34. BRILLANTE MENDOZA
  35. 35. FILM GENRES A. Silent Movies e.g. Charlie Chaplin B. Gangster Movie Genre C. Horror/Fantasy Films D. Animated Feature Films E. Movie Musical F. War/Disaster Films G. Westerns or cowboy movies
  36. 36. H. Thrillers/Suspense I. Historical/Biographical J. Film Epics K. Film Adaptation of Literary classics L. Futuristic or science fiction M. Special effects movies N. Documentary films O. Art films e.g. Indie or independent P. And more
  37. 37. ACTIVITY Film Group Project: “Moving Selfies” 1. Your teacher will divide the class into groups of eight to 10 students each. 2. Together with your group mates, arrange for access to at least one of any of the following devices with video capabilities: a. a mobile with video camera b. a tablet with video camera c. a digital video camera 3. As a group, choose a catchy tune or song of about two minutes in length. 4. On your own time outside of class hours, create with your group a series of “video selfies” of yourselves with that tune as the background music. 5. Using a video editing program (as discussed in Quarter II), work together to synchronize the video segments with the beat and lyrics of your chosen song. 6. Save the finished video and turn it over to your Arts teacher for
  38. 38. ANIMATION - In recent decade, a whole new career opportunity has emerged for creative Filipinos via the field of animation - Filipino animators have been involved in the creation of some of the best-loved and technically challenging animated feature films produced in the last few years. -Among these are Toy Story, Up, The Incredibles, Monster University, Cars, Finding Nemo, Planes, Brave, Shrek, Kung Fu Panda and more. - Such reco
  39. 39. The Philippine Animation Studio, Inc. (PASI) was established in 1991 and has since collaborated on numerous animation projects and series with foreign partners. Among these have been Captain Flamingo, Producing Parker, Groove High, and Space Heroes Universe.
  40. 40. Samples:
  41. 41.  Among the other exciting milestones in the fast- emerging Philippine animation industry was the creation in 2008 of Urduja, an animated film adaptation of the legend of the warrior princess of Pangasinan. Produced by APT Entertainment, Seventoon, and Imaginary friends, Urduja is recognized as the first fully-animated Filipino film, created by an all- Filipino group of animators using the traditional (hand- drawn) animation process with some 3D effects.
  42. 42. Released in 2008 was Dayo: Sa Mundo ng Elementalia, said to be the country’s first all-digital full- length animated feature film. Produced by Cutting Edge Productions, the film presents Philippine mythical creatures as heartwarming characters in a young boy’s adventure.
  43. 43. Another breakthrough was the first Filipino full 3D animated film, RPG Metanoia, co-produced by Ambient Media, Thaumatrope Animation, and Star Cinema in 2010.
  44. 44. Activity Animation Group Project: A Stop-Action Cartoon” 1. The group members will make use of a mobile phone, tablet, or digital camera to do this most simple and basic process for creating what is known as “stop-action animation.” 2. The members will think of an action that will be captured as a series of still images lasting a total of 10 to 15 seconds. It can be an action to be done by a human or a movement of an object. 3. They will then carry out the action or movement, while taking a still image of each progressive step in that action or movement. 4. The still images will then be made to “move” using a digital animation program (as discussed in Quarter II). If the program allows the inclusion of a music clip or sound effects, the group may opt to add this as well. 5. The finished stop-action cartoons will be saved and turned over to the Arts teacher for safekeeping until they will be
  45. 45. PRINT MEDIA Alongside the digital media forms discussed above, there remains to more conventional form known as print media. Include here are large-scale publications such as newspapers, magazines, journal, books of all kinds, as well as smaller-scale posters, brochures, flyers, menus, and the like. Of course, all of these now have their digital counterparts that may be accessed and read on the internet.
  46. 46. ADVERTISING  One major field that still relies heavily on print media is advertising. Despite the soaring popularity and seemingly limitless possibilities of online advertising and social media, Philippine artists are still called upon to create advertisements that will be physically printed. These appear in newspapers, magazines, posters, brochures, each with their specific target readerships and markets, and highly- specialized approaches for reaching these target groups.
  47. 47. COMIC BOOKS Another field of print media that highlights the artistic gifts of Filipinos is that of comic books, or komiks as they are locally referred to. The popularity of Philippine comics began in the 1920s when Liwayway magazine started featuring comic strips, such as Mga Kabalbalan ni Kenkoy (The Misadventures of Kenkoy) created by Tony Velasquez went on to be recognized as the “Father of Filipino
  48. 48.  Even decades before, however, komiks creators had already introduced characters, themes, and story lines from Philippine folklore, mythology, and history. With books and libraries not yet readily accessible to a majority of the Filipino public, comics became a major form of reading material around the country, avidly read and shared by young and old alike.
  49. 49. ACTIVITY 5  The group members will decide upon a subject matter and main character for a simple 5-frame comic strip that they will create  The members will volunteer to take on different aspects of producing the comic strip a. conceptualizing and creating the “story board” for the comic strip frames b. writing the test or dialogue that will appear in each frame c. rendering the main characters and the background details using an illustration program of the group’s choice
  50. 50. Innovation in Product and Industrial Design Yet another breakthrough arena for Filipino imagination, ingenuity, and innovativeness in recent decades has been that of design. Specifically, this encompasses product and industrial design as applied to furniture, lighting, and interior accessories, as well as fashion from haute couture to bridal ensembles to casual wear. As a result, a number of Filipino designers have risen to superstardom both locally and internationally.
  51. 51. Innovation in Product and Industrial Design Yet another breakthrough arena for Filipino imagination, ingenuity, and innovativeness in recent decades has been that of design. Specifically, this encompasses product and industrial design as applied to furniture, lighting, and interior accessories, as well as fashion from haute couture to bridal ensembles to casual wear. As a result, a number of Filipino designers have risen to superstardom both locally and
  52. 52.  Cebu-based KENNETH COBONPUE is a multi- awarded designer and the creative director of HIVE, a design and manufacturing facility for designers of interior accessories and lighting. Cobonpue’s fresh and exciting concepts and excellent craftsmanship have earned him the acclaim and the patronage of discerning clientele the world over- including prominent Hollywood celebrities.
  53. 53.  She first rose to prominence for her exquisite wedding gowns. But she has since become one of the darlings of the Hollywood celebrity set, with several A-list stars having worn her couture creations to gala events and award shows, as well as to their own weddings  Lhuillier studied at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles, and now has her own retail boutiques in that city and in New York. Her collections include bridal and bridesmaids dresses, ready-to-wear, evening gowns, linens, tableware, stationery, and home fragrances. MONIQUE LHUILLER
  54. 54. She is a fashion designer most prominently known for bridal wear. She owns a couture fashion house based in Los Angeles, California, as well as another store on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
  55. 55. Josie Natori, (born Josefina Almeda Cruz) is a Filipino- American fashion designer and the CEO and founder of The Natori Company. Natori served as a commissioner on the White House Conference on Small Business. In March 2007 she was awarded the Order of Lakandula, one of the highest civilian awards in the Philippines. In April, 2007, Natori received the "Peopling of America" Award from the Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Foundation.
  56. 56. RAJO LAUREL  Probably best known to the general public as a judge on the television series Project Runway Philippines  A much admired Filipino fashion designer with a number of national and international awards to his name  He trained at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology and at Central Saint Martin’s in London
  57. 57. LULU TAN GAN  Lulu Tan–Gan’s name has been synonymous with beautifully crafted knitwear fashion since 1985. Hailed the ‘Queen of Knitwear,’ Lulu continues her design evolution with her extended hand–woven line, “Indigenous Couture” merging the old- world sophistication of Philippine artisan craft with contemporary design. The result is a mastery of construction, current yet ingenious lifestyle dressing, and a distinctive feminine sensibility.  The first two decades of Lulu’s career is marked by her iconic knitwear, which redefined the versatility of knits for the local fashion industry. A favorite of expatriates, tourists, and the jet–set crowd, Lulu’s knits continue to receive praise and accolades for its sleek lines, custom-dyed threads, and fluid, flattering forms.
  58. 58.  A fine arts graduate, Lulu has always been driven to find aesthetic design solutions for material challenges. In what she considers the second phase of her career, she takes on the challenge of integrating native fabrics such as piña and silk into her knits collection.  Lulu’s clever play on fashion and function is evident in these signature knit variations, which evolve the use of indigenous fabrics as native costumes to become fashionable, “wearable collectibles”. The indigenous piña’s golden patina deepens over the years, creating modern heirloom pieces that become even more beautiful with time. Reaffirming her mastery of materials, the modern heirloom collectibles are feats of color, construction, texture, and fall.  Lulu’s vision is to encourage the use of stylized indigenous and traditional wear, and in so doing, promote distinctly Filipino fabrics, traditional crafts, and design. The designer draws inspiration from the rich textile and embroidery traditions of the Philippines – from the geometric patterns of traditional tribal woven cloths to the exquisite embroidery and beadwork – and interprets these on her modern silhouettes
  59. 59. DITA SANDICO-ONG  Another Philippine designer who has been advocating the use of local weaving techniques and natural fibers is Dita Sandico- ong. Known as the “Wrap Artiste” of the Philippines for her famous bold-colored wraps, Sandico-Ong first experimented with the local weave of Ilocos Sur, known as Inabel, as well as with pineapple fibers blended with Irish linen, dubbed piñalino.
  60. 60.  From there, she tried other local fibers, particularly abaca which she was introduced to by weaver and entrepreneur Virgilio Apanti. Sandico-Ong has since been working with a multipurpose cooperative in Catanduanes, training them in natural dye extraction and advanced weaving techniques for abaca.  Today, her collection includes wraps or panuelos, as well as boleros, jackets, and long tunics of banana fiber and abaca. Her designs are presented in fashion shows around the world and are sold in high-end shops major international cities.
  61. 61. Video Video 2
  62. 62. Sample: Artist: Ms. Jen Mendoza
  63. 63. Activity 6 Applied Arts Group Project: “Project Runway”
  64. 64. Closure
  65. 65. THANK YOU & MABUHAY Ms. BHENG MARMOL

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