HUMA 1A - Art Appreciation Syllabus.docx

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Republic of the Philippines CITY COLLEGE OF TAGAYTAY Tagaytay City SCHOOL OF SCIENCES & ARTS OBE Learning Program 1 st Semester, AY 2019-2020 Course Code: HUMA 1a Course Title: Art Appreciation Pre-requisite: None Course Credit: 3 Units Course Description: Art Appreciation is a three-unit course that develops student’s ability to appreciate, analyze, and critique works of art. Through interdisciplinary and multimodal approaches, this course equips the students with a broad knowledge of the practical, historical, philosophical, and social relevance of the arts in order to hone student’s ability to articulate their understanding of the arts. The course also develops student’s competency in researching and curating arts as well as conceptualizing, mounting, and evaluating art productions. The course aims to develop genuine appreciation for Philippine Arts by providing them opportunities to explore the diversity and richness and their rootedness in Filipino culture. Course Outcomes: By the end of the first semester, students can: 1. demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of arts in general, including their theories, function, value, and historical significance; 2. define and demonstrate the elements and principles of design and situate Philippine arts in a global context; 3. analyze and appraise works of art based on aesthetic value, historical context, tradition, and social relevance; 4. create their works of art for self-expression and for promoting advocacies; 5. discover and deepen their identity through art with respect to their nationality, culture, and religion and 6. develop an appreciation of the local arts. 1 | A R T A P P R E C I A T I O N
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Course Coverage: Course Outcome s Character- Contextualized Training Intended Learning Outcomes Topic/s Week/s Teaching-Learning Activities Assessment Strategies CO 1 CO 1 Characters for August – Cleanliness, Honor, Hard work, and Creativity To determine student’s expectations of the course To characterize artistic expression based on personal experiences with art To characterize the assumptions of art To categorize works of art by citing personal experiences To discuss the nature of art’s preliminary expression PRELIMINARY PERIOD I. Course Orientation Grading System Requirements Relevance of the Course II. Introduction to Art Appreciation Assumptions of Art -Art is universal -Art is not nature -Art involves experience III. Creativity, Imagination, and Expression -Art as a product of Imagination, Imagination as a Product of Art -Art as Expression -Visual Arts -Film -Performance Art -Poetry Performance -Architecture -Dance -Literary Art -Theater Weeks 1 to 5 (Prelim Coverage) Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Group discussion Oral Recitation Why study humanities?
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