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ARTS I

I-objectives:

1. Define the given art vocabulary.

2. Explore landscape drawing.

3. Appreciate the difference between a cityscape and a landscape.

4. Draw a landscape, seen in your neighbourhood.

II-Subject Matter:

Drawing Involves Creating Different Kinds of Lines and Shapes.

Landscape: A view from my school

Reference: K to 12 teaching guide for Grade I

Art Vocabulary:

Landscape – In art ,this is a picture or painting that shows natural scenery.

Cityscape- This is like a landscape ,instead of anatural scenery , it shows a city (something man-made)

Fernando Amorsolo- a well-known Filipino artist.

Elements and Principles

• Shape

• Line

Materials :

• Artwork or picture of Fernando Amorsolo’s landscapes.

• Newsprint or manila paper

• Pencils/crayons or charcoal /oil pastel.

Motivation:

Ask the students to look out the window . How far can you see?

What do you see ? where the sky meets the ground?

Procedures:

1. As soon as the class settle down, and have the pupils take another look at their neighbourhood artwork. (ideally, this should be still on the wall ).

Explain to them that the neighbourhood they have created is called a “cityscape”

2. Ask the students to look out the window. “How far your eyes can see?” Call somebody to answer such question.

3. When everyone is seated ,distribute the paper and drawing tolls. For the next demonstration, teacher can use blackboard or paper taped to the wall.

4.Explain to them the meaning of landscape and show some example for these. Then,tell them that they will now draw a landscape.

5. Show a picture or painting to the class then ask questions like: Which object are drawn bigger?smaller? far? nearer? etc.

For the teacher:

She should need to recognize every details of their student’s drawing because every figure for them has a meaning. Example the difference between the farthest and...

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