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TUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAYart elements and processes by synthesizing and applying prior knowledge and skillsthe salient features of the arts of Luzon (highlands and lowlands) by showing the relationship ofthe elements of art and processes among culturally diverse communities in the countrythe Philippines as having a rich artistic and cultural tradition from precolonial to present timesCreates artworks showing the characteristic elements of the arts of Luzon (highlands andExhibits completed artworks for appreciation and critiquingC. Learningcompetencies/ObjectivesThe learner…Analyzes elements andprinciples of art in theproduction of one’s arts andcrafts inspired by the arts ofLuzon (highlands and lowlands)(A7EL-Ib-1)Identifies characteristics of artsand crafts in specific areas inLuzon (e.g., papier mâché [taka]from Paete, Ifugao woodsculptures [bul’ul], Cordillerajewelry and pottery, tattoo, andIlocos weaving and pottery[burnay], etc.)(A7EL-Ia-2)Reflects on and derive the mood,idea, or message emanating fromselected artifacts and art objects.(A7PL-Ih-1)Appreciates the artifacts and artobjects in terms of their uses andtheir distinct use of art elementsand principles.(A7PL-Ih-2)Incorporates the design, form, andspirit of the highland/lowlandartifact and object in one’screation.(A7PL-Ih-3)Traces the external (foreign) andinternal (indigenous) influencesreflected in the design of anartwork and in the making of acraft or artifact.(PL-Ih-4)II. CONTENTSARTS and CRAFTS of LUZON (HIGHLANDS and LOWLANDS)Arts and Crafts of Luzon(Highlands and Lowlands)Attire, Fabrics, andTapestriesCrafts and Accessories,and Body OrnamentationArts and Crafts of Luzon(Highlands and Lowlands)Attire, Fabrics, andTapestriesCrafts and Accessories, andBody OrnamentationIII. ProcessDrawing and PaintingSculpture and AssemblageMounting an exhibit:Concept2.2 Content / labels 2.31Daily LessonLog inMAPEHSCHOOLDIVISION OF CALAMBA CITYGRADE LEVEL7TEACHERMR. CHRISTIAN MARION A. OBOLEARNING AREAARTTEACHING DATEAND TIMEWEEK 1QUARTER1stQUARTER
ArchitecturesSculptures (gods/rituals)Everyday objectsI.Elements of ArtLineShape and FormValueColorTextureSpaceII. Principles of ArtRhythm, MovementBalanceEmphasisHarmony, Unity, VarietyProportionArchitecturesSculptures (gods/rituals)Everyday objectsoElements of ArtLineShape and FormValueColorTextureSpaceII. Principles of ArtRhythm, MovementBalanceEmphasisHarmony, Unity, Variety5. ProportionPhysical layoutIII. LEARNING RESOURCESA. REFERENCES1.Teacher’s Guidepages2.Learner’s Materialpages3.Textbook pages4.Additional Materialsfrom LearningResource (LR)portalOHSP Arts Module Q1MISOSA5-module4OHSP Arts Module Q1- Lesson 2B.OTHER LEARNINGREFERENCESCopiaco, H.P.; Lugue, V. P.; Ramirez, V. E.; et. Al. (2013).

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