Art Class Proposal Objectives The class would enable the students to enhance and develop their artistic

skills through a wide variety of art activities evolving the following; 1. Communication in class using English. 2. Handmade activities encouraging students to follow instructions from the teacher, thus developing their listening skills and attentiveness to comprehend a speaker using a foreign language (English). 3. Class presentation/simple exhibit of the students’ artworks, this does not only boost the students’ confidence to be proud of their own work, but to give them the drive to present their works in front of the class in English. Expected List of Activities I-Pencil Artwork Drawing Shapes • Materials Needed 1. pencil 2. white paper (long bond paper) Procedures 1. Lay the bong paper on the table and then have the students draw basic shapes like circle, rectangle, oblong, square etc. 2. Next, have them choose three of the shapes they like best. Then have them draw more details to create a finish picture out of those shapes. Drawing Around • Materials Needed 1. Pencil 2. White paper (long bond paper)

Procedures 1. Draw yourself in a mood.

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Draw things that make noise and illustrate the sound. Draw things that float. Draw things with a flavor. Draw your greatest fear. Draw things that close. II-Using Colors

Crayon Rubbings • Materials 1. Textured objects 2. Paper 3. Crayons, paper removed Procedures 1. Collect textured objects like leaves, string, doilies, paper clips, keys, fabric, tiles, coins, cardboard shapes, and bricks. 2. Place a sheet of paper over an object, and then have your child rub the side of a crayon on the paper. 3. Shift the paper and change colors for an interesting effect. III-Using Mix Art Mediums Paper Puppet (paper media) • Materials Needed • white drawing paper (long bond paper) • a selection of colored construction paper • scissors • pencils and erasers • oil pastels • brown lunch bags • white plastic glue Procedures Part 1

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Show how to draw a puppy dog face on white or colored paper. Show how to draw the eyes, the nose, the ears, the cheeks and the tongue. Cut out the head of the puppy dog. Demonstrate blending oil pastels, and repeat colors throughout the composition. 5. Draw paws, a tail, and the tummy of the puppy dog. Color and cut out. Part 2 1. Put hand in brown paper bag so that can open and close the bottom. 2. Glue head on to the bottom of bag. Glue the tummy under the head. 3. Add paws and tail. 4. With especially fast workers, I have them color in the back of the puppy dog while other art students finish up. Mosaic • Materials 1. colored paper 2. glue Procedures Have the students draw any pictures of a medium size. 2. Next, have the students cut pieces of colored paper in small square shapes; the colors may vary according to what kind of picture they wish to draw. 3. Then, have the students fill-in the pictures they have drawn with the pieces of colored papers they have cut in pieces. Instruct them to use glue and have patience to what they will do.

Card Making 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. • Materials special paper pencil glue colored papers pair of scissors

6. crayons Procedures 1. Have the students fold the special paper into 2. 2. Next instruct them to decorate their cards with the use of the colored papers. 3. Give the students the choice to make their own design, just make sure students will produce something with English message. 4. For some they may wish to draw the designs of their choice, they may as well do so provided they also English in writing the short message of the card. Letter Cutting 1. 2. 3. 4. Materials pair of scissors white bond paper ruler special paper

Procedures 1. With the use of their rulers instruct the students to draw horizontal and vertical lines in the special paper to form a pattern, until such time the whole paper is filled with small boxes. The size may vary according to how big they want their letters would appear. 2. Show them how to form the letters with the use of the pattern they made first. Have them follow the step by step procedure. Some may be slow so focus more on those students. 3. Have the students paste their letters in the white bond paper. They may form words in English or short phrases that says something about learning. 4. Lastly, have them add color to their work. Painting 1. 2. 3. 4. • Materials paint brushes water color white bond paper news paper

5. water 6. plastic cups 7. a model object Procedure 1. Spread the news paper on the table where students will work. 2. Let them fill the plastic cups with enough water. 3. Place a model object in front. Have them paint that object with the use of their own paint brushes. 4. Have them sketch the model object first using a pencil. 5. Tell the students to be as vivid as they can in copying the object to look like real. Have them focus on the use of color to give life to the model object. Stationary Making (recycling) 1. 2.

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• Materials news paper used white bond paper a basin of water with a “gawgaw solution” water color paint brushes perfume

Procedures 1. Spread the news paper to where the students will work. 2. Next, have the students tear the used white bond paper into small pieces. 3. Immerse the pieces of torn paper in the “gewgaw solution” leave in for 24 hours. 4. While the students are waiting for the “gawgaw solution” instruct them to draw samples of design they will paint in their stationary paper. 5. The next day, have the students finish the stationary by designing the sides and spraying a little perfume to the finished output. Vase Making • Materials 1. clear glasses 2. glue

3. colored paper 4. pair of scissors Procedures 1. Have the students cut different patterns out of the colored papers. 2. Next have them glue those patterns on the clear tall glass. 3. They make have their own motif if they want to, so long as they make a nice flower vase. Potpourri Making 1. 2. 3. 4. • Materials candy wrappers pair of scissors clear bottles ribbon

Procedures 1. Have the students cut the candy wrappers in very tiny pieces. 2. Next, have them fill the bottles with those tiny pieces of candy wrappers they have cut in tiny pieces. 3. Tell them to cover the bottle with the use of a colorful transparent cloth. To finish, have them tie a ribbon around the bottle’s neck. Clay Molding • Materials 1. Clay Procedures 1. Have the students wash their hands first, and then give their clay. 2. Next, instruct them to mold any shapes using the clay in their hands. 3. They should have a theme to follow; like a zoo for instance therefore they should be molding small animals. 4. Have them place their work on a cardboard, they may add other decorations using other materials, provided they make us of what they have. Students are not allowed to go out and find materials outside the classroom.

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