15 grade 7 art -tg qtr 4 - module 8, les 2 festivals


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15 grade 7 art -tg qtr 4 - module 8, les 2 festivals

  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 2 : PHILIPPINE FESTIVALS Time Allotment : 4 sessions of 60 minutes each Lesson Summary ART HISTORY ART PRODUCTION ART APPRECIATION ART CRITICISM They say that Filipinos celebrate every event with a festival, and in different parts of the country and provinces, there is a different festival being celebrated more than once every month like the following: Ati-atihan (Aklan) Pahiyas (Quezon) Panagbenga (Baguio) Sinulog (Cebu) Dinagyang (Iloilo) Maskara (Bacolod) Kadayawan (Davao) Lamilamihan (Basilan) Create a mask you can wear, based on one of the festivals of the Philippines using cardboard, beads, buttons, feathers, found objects and glue. Create an accompanying attire or costume to go with it. Let the whole class celebrate by groups. Appreciate the role of festivals in strengthening the bond among people of a community when they celebrate together by decorating their churches, houses and themselves in thanksgiving or in praying for a bountiful year. Compare the different festivals and rituals in terms of their: -Length of time it has been celebrated -rituals and rites that people observe. - required attire or décor of the festival -music, food and other traditional practices OBJECTIVES The student will: 1. appreciate the variety of various Philippine festivals and their uniqueness in terms of the manner it is celebrated: rituals, décor of houses and attires of the participants and the community, the food served, music played and other activities.. 2. realize that practically all provinces in the country have their own festival which develops pride of their town or province and commemorates either festival for their patron saint, thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest, or to highlight the province’s produce or cultural icons. 3. create a replication of a festival familiar to them and celebrate it in school complete with costumes, songs and décor.
  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 2 : PHILIPPINE FESTIVALS VOCABULARY Fiesta or festival - is a communal celebration of a patron saint, a commemorative or historical event, thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest or a blessed circumstance; or a showcase of local indigenous peoples, their rites and rituals, their skills and products, and their traditions. Patron is the name the local people give their patron saint for whom they dedicate the festival and celebration for. ART ELEMENT AND PRINCIPLES Mask-making is a process of creating a face covering after a particular style and design. For example, the masks at the Maskara festival are all smiling, while the masks in the Ati-atihan are unique and iimaginary, using different materials and found objects. Baroque décor Because the masks made tend to be heavily decorated and fully covered with beads, sequins, buttons and found objects, and glitter, art lovers label them so “baroque”. Texture Ati-atihan masks are always a surprise because the local people decorate it with such original materials and various textures that they are literally, works of art! MATERIALS For the reenactment of one of the Philippine festivals, the students will need a lot of found materials, beads, seeds, cardboard, tetra pack paper, brooms, coconut shells, etc… and glue, scissors, wire and other construction materials like masking tape, etc.. PROCEDURE SESSION 1 1. Let students recall the different festivals they know of. Read Lesson 2 of Module 8 in the Learning Guide. They should identify the festivals based on the pictures on this page, since these are popular festivals in the Philippines. Ask them to describe the attire of the people, the reason for the festival, the décor, food and other unique features. Ask them to name local festivals that are celebrated in their town and discuss how it is celebrated and for what reason is it held.
  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 2 : PHILIPPINE FESTIVALS 2. Divide class into three groups (Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao) and let them research on the festivals celebrated in that island group. They should make a report that will include: a. name of the festival b. its history and why it is celebrated c. practices they do during the festival d. attire of the townsfolk and décor of their place e. food that they serve during the festival f. other products and practices. g. economic gains of the festival for the townspeople h. participants in the festival SESSION 2 3. Let each group report on their festivals by island group. Encourage them to use multi-media and actual costumes and masks. 4. Le the class select the : most colorful presentation best research, history biggest participation of members of group most interactive with audience clear explanation SESSION 3 5. Continue the use of the costumes and attires and let the students add to their clothes, masks, décor. Assign a place in the room that they can decorate so that others can study their researches and appreciate their crafts. 6. If the school permits, the class can involve other classes as audience by performing the festival in the school grounds. SESSION 4 7. After the presentation, let students write their Reflections (from the Learning Guide, page 123). Critique the presentation fo the different groups based on assessment given by the teacher. ASSESSMENT AND SYNTHESIS Let students answer the instructions in Final Glance of the Learning Guide, Page 137) where they have to locate the different festivals in the map of the Philippines.