14 grade 7 art tg- qtr 4 - module 8, drama, festivals les 1

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14 grade 7 art tg- qtr 4 - module 8, drama, festivals les 1

  1. 1. K TO 12 ART for GRADE 7 FOURTH QUARTER : UNIT IV - SCULPTURE, DRAMA AND FESTIVALS MODULE 8 : VISUAL ARTS IN PHILIPPINE DRAMA AND FESTIVALS Lesson 1 : TRADITIONAL AND MODERN PHILIPPINE DRAMA Time Allotment: 2 session of 60 minutes each Lesson Summary ART HISTORY ART PRODUCTION ART APPRECIATION ART CRITICISM Traditional drama in the Philippines was based on local rites and rituals which the Spanish friars used and adapted to Christianized Filipinos. Thus we have the senakulo, the Santa Cruzan, the duplo, subli, moro- moro, moriones, Pabasa ng Pasyon. and senakulo. The dramatization with songs, dances and costumes made Christian doctrines more appealing to the local folks all over the country where the Spanish friars settled Modern drama like the zarzuelas and now the telenovelas are not religious in character. Their plots were usually human romances, conflicts, and resolutions. . Working by groups, replicate one of the local dramas and rituals during the Spanish times, based on your researches. Some forms are still practiced up to the present like the pasyon,Santa Cruzan and the senakulo and moro-moro. If possible, witness one of the dramatic local rites and rituals in your barrio, city or province and write about the experience. Describe the ritual, the persons involved and the attire they wear, the songs and prayers and dances they perform and the participation of the local people in the ritual/drama. Compare the rituals of the different dramas and religious rituals, and the visual aspects of that event. Explain how the costumes, the decoration, the singing and the participation of the ordinary folks and the re-enactment of certain dramas serve to imbed this in the consciousness of the people –whether young or old. OBJECTIVES The student will: 1. become familiar with traditional rites and rituals of their place, barrio, town. by interviewing their parents and grandparents about these while they re-enact some of the rituals.
  2. 2. K TO 12 ART for GRADE 7 FOURTH QUARTER : UNIT IV - SCULPTURE, DRAMA AND FESTIVALS MODULE 8 : VISUAL ARTS IN PHILIPPINE DRAMA AND FESTIVALS Lesson 1 : TRADITIONAL AND MODERN PHILIPPINE DRAMA 2. understand that the arts are an important component of Philippine dramas and rituals and this includes not only the visual arts but also music and drama. 3. be able to compare the different festivals in their locality based on several elements. 4. compare a traditional drama and ritual to the present dramas and telenovelas. VOCABULARY Senakulo - theatrical dramatization of Christ passion and death which is a reenactment of events leading to the His crucifixion; done in Lent Santacruzan done in May, this is a dramatization of St. Helena’s search for the cross and is a novena procession with persons chosen to wear attires of the different characters of the Bible. Moriones comes from the word “morion” the helmet of Spanish soldiers. This is the dramatization of one Spanish soldier named Longinus, who pierced the heart of Christ on the cross to make sure He was dead, but a drop of blood fell into his blind eye. Miraculously, he was able to see and declared Christ’s divinity. For this he was beheaded. This is celebrated in Marinduque. Moro moro or komedya, introduced by the Spanish, with brightly costumed princes and a princess of medieval Europe. Usually, they depict epic stories of love and vengeance, with long and dramatic fighting scenes, lasting three to fifteen hours meant to entertain the local people. ART ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES Colors usually, these dramas had characters in bright and elaborate costumes of bright colors to attract the viewers. Since the characters were known by their attire, they followed tradition. Sounds since microphones were unheard of in the Spanish times, the characters in the drama relied on music played by local musicians, or they sung their parts with accompaniment of musical instruments.
  3. 3. K TO 12 ART for GRADE 7 FOURTH QUARTER : UNIT IV - SCULPTURE, DRAMA AND FESTIVALS MODULE 8 : VISUAL ARTS IN PHILIPPINE DRAMA AND FESTIVALS Lesson 1 : TRADITIONAL AND MODERN PHILIPPINE DRAMA MATERIALS For a reenactment, students can use recycled costumes and clothes and they can create their accessories from found objects which they can paint to look like gold or silver. (They need cardboard, glue, string and found materials) For their research, the students can review their Learning Guide, or look at old calendars, or search in their computer for pictures of the different rituals and dramas. PROCEDURE SESSION 1 1. Let students become familiar with the different Philippine rituals and dramas By reading the Learning Guide, Module 8 on Philippine Drama and Festivals. Ask them to read the overview, and the objectives of the module. 2. Connect the elements of a western drama (exposition, development, climax, denouement, conclusion ) to the religious dramas and rituals and review if these elements are also found. 3. Read Lesson 1, Memory Check and let students answer the questions and Identify the various pictures of the different rituals and dramas. Let them read data on the Traditional Dramas in the Philippines (Let’s Talk About It) SESSION 2 4. Dividing them by groups, ask each group to re-enact one of the traditional Philippine rituals and drama, complete with costumes and recited parts. (they can re-enact a portion, so all groups can perform). Allow one session for them to create their costumes and rehearse their performance for presentation. 5. Encourage them to interview actors of the different religious practices (for example, the singers of the pasyon, or actors of the senakulo) and if possible invite them to class to perform. ASSESSMENT AND SYNTHESIS Let students perform by groups the different religious dramas and rituals and invite an audience for their presentation. Compare this traditional drama with the current dramas being performed in the country and over television. Ask the students to fill in the matrix analyzing traditional drama (See Activity 1 of this Module 8 in the Learning Guide) as their assessment and synthesis.

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