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Teacher: Love Bambie C. Ranas Term Module: Title: Intorducton to Time Frame: 20 hours Second Term Basic Photography CONTENT STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD The learners establish an The learners create products understanding of Photography as a demonstrating their ability and skill to powerful tool for expression, combine different Photography communication, and potential techniques using composition rules business venture. and principles. For Gr 7 to HS IV, take this from K to 12 (TESDA) or DepEd (CP-TLE) Teacher Guide. For GS 4 - 6, from BEC – EPP This is the transfer of KPU to life situations in the form of product or performances.

LASALLIAN LEARNING MODULE Year/Level: Sophomore Subject: TLE

RELATED LASALLIAN GUIDING PRINCIPLES 1. Challenge students to realize their full potential. Students will be given series of activities that will enhance not only their technical skills, but also develop their individual; traits and virtues. 2. Are dynamic and encourage differentiation, diversity, and synergy amongst students that are friendly, caring and respectful. Students will be encouraged to actively participate during classroom discussion and peer tutor during activities especially to their classmates who are having difficulties on the subject. 3. Ensure that students translate knowledge into something useful in an actual practice for the betterment of society and the Church Students will be given situational activities that will stimulate their social and religious responsibility and develop closer relationship with the community they belong. 4. Prepare students to participate responsibly in the world of work, family, community, nation and the church. Students will be provided situational activities relating with their family, community, nation, Church and even work, to prepare
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themselves in the event that the same situation occurs. COVERAGE I. Intorduction to Basic Potography a. History of Photography b. Types of Cameras c. Composition Rules and Principles d. Photography Styles BLENDED TOOLS Face-to-face Direct Instruction  Lesson Overview  Review of previous knowledge  Explicit Teaching  Modelling/Demonstrations Indirect Instruction  Photograph Review and Analysis Independent Study  Advance reading Peer Tutorial Project Planning and Making

e-Learning For PEARL  Simulations  Use of applications/softwares

STAGE 1: ESTABLISHING DERSIRED RESULTS TRANSFER GOAL(S) Students will be able to create and complete projects based on the acquired skill and knowledge about basic photography that will be used as a tool for expression and ommunication and could be a potential business venture in the future. BIG IDEA/ENDURING UNDERSTANDING (EU) OVERARCHING EU TOPIC EU Photography is not perceived by the specifications and technicalities of the camera being used, nor the Students will understand that ...  the process of Photography could either be an invention or

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trainings a person have undergone; it is dignified by the subject, substance and the context of the photograph.

an evolution photography is not about the equipment they use or the trainings they have attended to. It is about the context and substance of the picture a great photo can help make a masterpiece even out of the dullest objects and subjects in the plainest environment rules and principles in Photography should be learned, but not necessary used in every photo. The rules and principles in Photography could be broken, but you have to master first the rules and principles in order to know if breaking the rules would be worthy.

ESSSENTIAL QUESTIONS (EQ) OVERARCHING EQ How can understanding Basic Photography be used as a tool for expression, communication and potential business venture?

TOPIC EQ What are the traits, abilities and skills should I possess to create an accurate and rich drawing, concepts and designs? (Mechanical Drawing – Orthographic and Isometric, Basic Architectural Drawing – Basic House Planning and 3D Construction)

COMPETENCIES/LEARNING OUTCOMES LO 1. At the level of knowledge, students must be able to:  define photography and its purpose its brief history  know the brief history of photography  differentiate the types of camera  distinguish the basic composition rules, principles, styles and techniques LO 2. At the level of process or skill, students must be able to:  take pictures using the different composition rules and principles  shoot series of pictures using a specific photography style and technique LO 3. At the level of understanding, students must be able to:
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perceive the importance of knowing the basic composition rules and principles before actually experimenting and breaking the rules of photography  fathom that photography is a tool for expression, communication and potential business venture LO 4. At the level of performance/product, students must be able to:  take a photograph from the real life role and situation given to them

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Teaching Day / By the end of the 2 – hour period, the students must be Week able to: 1  familiarize themselves on the idea of Photography  define photography, its purpose, and its types 2  know the history of Photography  describe the different composition rules and principles 3  complete the activity that will be assigned by the teacher  review the previously discussed composition rules and principles 4  complete the activity that will be given by the teacher  review the different composition rules and principles 5  complete the previously given activities  discern the different Photography styles and 6 techniques  complete the activity about the different styles of 7 Photography  recall the previous topics by correcting their activities 8 and assessments 9  plan about their performance task and materialize it  complete their performance task and present it to the 10 class STAGE 2: DETERMINING VALID EVIDENCE/ASSESSMENT PRODUCT OR PERFORMANCE SHOWING EVIDENCE OF UNDERSTANDING AND TRANSFER Photojournalistic photo from one of the school events (ICONS or VM Week) GRASPS NARRATIVE OR TRANSFER TASKS PHOTOJOURNALISM is an unbiased way of telling (true) stories
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with/through photographs. This is a universal form of mass communication, as you would find it widely used for newspapers, magazines, websites, etc. This term’s performance task is intended to measure your ability on taking pictures with value on PHOTOGRAPHY COMPOSITION RULES AND PRINCIPLES, at the same time, will test your ability on telling an INTERESTING NEWS STORY. You will submit a news story photograph that transpired during the VisionMission Week on November 18 – 23, 2013. Guidelines: 1. 1. THIS PROJECT WILL BE DONE IN PAIRS. You are required to submit ONE photograph. 2. 2. You may use ANY type of camera. You may do minor editing and effects on your photo. 3. 3. Your photo should present a combination of at least 3 composition rules and principles. Avoid distracting elements. 4. 4. Print your photo using an A4/A5 photo paper and paste it on the black side of 1/8 illustration Board. Add designs to your board to make it more appealing. 5. 5. Make sure to supplement an appropriate caption for your photo. 6. 6. Names, section and class numbers must be placed at the back of your illustration board (white side). 7. Deadline of submission is on the first week of December. ASSESSMENT at the level of: Knowledge Process/Skill (K) (P) Formative Photography Assessments Exercises Identification Matching Types Modified True or False

Understanding (U) Essay – type of Assessment

Performance/Product (C) GRASPS model

RELATED FACETS OF UNDERSTANDING  Application The students must be able to take photos based on the composition rules and principles that they have learned  Perspective The students must be able to analyse the different composition rules and principles and must be able to combine at least three of them in
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one photo. Infer the styles and techniques in Photography.  Empathy The students must be able to relate and put themselves on the given real – life situation task.  Self – Knowledge The students must be able to realize the importance of acquiring knowledge and learning the basic composition rules, principles, techniques and styles of photography.

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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER INTRODUCTION WEEK 1 Procedure Course Outline Discussion Introduction of the new topic for the new term Strategies, Organizers, Blended Tools Film Watching Reaction Paper Facilitator’s / Students’ Tasks 1. Perform Regular Class Routine a. Prayer b. Greetings c. Classroom Management d. Attendance 2. The teacher will discuss the Course Outline for Second Term, Ay 2013 – 2014 Lessons: a. History of Photography b. Types of Camera c. Composition Rules and Principles d. Photography Styles and Techniques 3. The teacher will show a video about Photographic Myths by John Greengo. This will serve as an introductory video for the students. url: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzZVzzgTxys 4. After watching the video, the students will answer the following questions in a 1 whole sheet of paper: a. Which among the Photographic myths do you agree with the most? Explain why. b. Which among the Photographic myths do you agree with the least? Explain why. c. What are the photographic myths discussed on the video? d. Explain the quote by John Greengo “The key to a great photograph is THE MOMENT.” INTERACTION
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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER WEEK 2 Procedure Build new knowledge Strategies, Organizers, and Blended Tools Explicit Teaching Venn Diagram Discovery Line (e.g. Time line) Facilitator’s / Students’ Tasks 1. Perform regular Class Routine a. Prayer b. Greetings c. Classroom Management d. Checking of Attendance 2. Introduction of the new learning area for Second Term, Basic Photography. 3. Presentation of the Learning Objectives for the second term By the end of second term, the students must be able to:      be familiar with the history of photography classify the different types of camera learn the photography composition and principles gain knowledge and skill of the different photography styles and techniques produce and accomplish projects and performance tasks applying the acquired knowledge about basic photography.

4. Motivation Game: Pictionary The class will be divided by two groups. The mechanics of the game is same with “Charades” but instead of acting out the word, they have to draw it on the Board and the other team members will guess it. If the playing team failed to answer correctly, the other team will answer and may steal the point. 5. Introduction of the new lesson
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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER History of Photography Different types of camera 6. Assessment 1 (At the level of knowledge) I. Using the application Notes (or the like), answer the following Identification: Choose the correct answer from the box flashed on the screen and write it on the space provided. 1. He invented the first negative from which multiple positive prints could be made. 2. The first photographic image was produced by the French inventor ____________. 3. He invented film with a base that was flexible, unbreakable, and could be rolled. 4. He invented color photography. 5. The first photographic image was called __________. 6. It is the first successful photographic process. 7. It is also known as Pinhole camera. 8. It is the process using a gelatin emulsion which allowed the solid plates to be stored. 9. He invented the dark room used by some of the great artists during 1500s. 10. He is the originator of France’s gift to the world. Alhazem Ibn Al Haytham Heliograph John FW Herschel Louis Jacques Daguerre
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Camera Obscura George Eastman Calotype Richard Maddox

James Clerk Maxwell William Henry Fox Talbot Daguerreotype Wet Plate

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Dry Plate II.

STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER Joseph Nicephore Niepce

Polaroid

Modified True or False. Write TRUE if the statement is correct. If not, underline the word/s that make/s the statement false and change it by writing the correct answer on the space provided to make the statement correct. Two points each. 1.SLR stands for Single Lens Reflect. 2.The first instant color film was produced by Polaroid. 3.Compact Digital Cameras are also known as Bridge Cameras. 4.The word Photography is derived from two Greek words Photos and Graphein which literally means “drawing with sun” 5.SLR/DSLR gives the photographer a full manual operation and control over all aspects of taking photos. 6.Camera Obscura is the latin term for Pin hole. 7.Dageurreotype requires exposure to light for at least 8 hours in order produce a photographic image. 8.Calotype is the greek word for sun print. 9.George Eastman started a company called Kodak.

7. Key to Correction I. Identification 1. William Henry Fox Talbot 2. Joseph Nicephore Niepce 3. George Eastman 4. James Clerk Maxwell 5. Heliograph 6. Daguerreotype
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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER 7. Camera Obscura 8. Dry Plate 9. Alhazam Ibn Al Haytham 10. Louis Jacques Daguerre II. Modified True or False 1. Reflect = Reflex 2. True 3. Compact = Advanced or Bridge = Point and Shoot 4. Sun = Light 5. True 6. Pin Hole = Dark Room 7. Daguerreotype = Heliograph or 8 hours = 15 minutes 8. Calotype = Heliograph or Sun Print = Beautiful Picture 9. True 10. True

INTERACTION WEEK 3 Procedure Build New Knowledge and Skill Strategies, Organizers and Blended Tools Direct Instruction Explicit Teaching Modelling or Demonstrations Facilitator’s / Student’s Tasks 1. Perform Regular Class Routine a. Prayer b. Greetings c. Classroom Management d. Checking of Attendance e. Checking of Assignments 2. The teacher will introduce the new topic – Composition Rules and Principles There are 9 Composition Rules and Principles listed below, but the teacher will only discuss the first four rules and principles.

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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER a. Rule of Thirds b. Do not chop off limbs c. Leading Lines d. Fill the frame e. Framing the shots f. Symmetry and Patterns g. Diagonals h. Simplicity 3. Activity After the discussion, the students will be allowed to practice taking pictures using the rules and principles. After taking pictures, the teacher will randomly select students who will present their shots in front of the class. The students, after the presentation, will be given time to review their classmate’s pictures. 4. Assessment I. Choose one (1) subject (an object or a person) and take pictures of it applying the following guidelines of rule of thirds: a. b. c. d. Rule Rule Rule Rule of of of of thirds thirds thirds thirds – – – – Vertical Orientation Horizontal Orientation Background of lesser importance Background demonstrating story or connection

After you shoot, create a slideshow (entitled Photography Exercise I) using the best pictures you have taken. The slideshow must have the photos in the following order. Do not forget your name, section and class number on the slideshow. Send it to your section e-mail with subject Photography Exercise I <space> Lastname.

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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER

INTERACTION WEEK 4 Procedure Strategies, Organizers and Blended Tools Direct Instruction Explicit Teaching Modelling or Demonstrations Indirect Instruction Problem Solving / Online Activities Independent Study Homework Facilitator’s / Student’s Tasks 1. Perform Regular Class Routine a. Prayer b. Greetings c. Classroom Management d. Checking of Attendance e. Checking of Assignments

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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER 2. The teacher will continue the discussion of the last 4 Composition Rules and Principles 3. Assessment Take pictures around the campus applying the following Composition Rules and Principles: a. b. c. d. e. f. Leading lines Framing your shot Fill the frame Symmetry and Pattern Diagonals and Angled shot Simplicity

After you shoot, create a slideshow (entitled Photography Exercise II) using the best pictures you have taken. The slideshow must have the photos in the following order. Do not forget your name, section and class number on the slideshow. Send it to your section e-mail with subject Photography Exercise II <space> Lastname.

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INTERACTION WEEK 5 Procedure Enrichment of Previously Learned Knowledge and Skill Through Evaluation and Assessment Build New Knowledge and Skill Strategies, Organizers and Blended Tools Problem Solving / Online Activity Facilitator’s / Student’s Tasks 1. Perform Regular Class Routine a. Prayer b. Greetings c. Classroom Management d. Checking of Attendance e. Checking of Assignments

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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER 2. Completion of Composition Rules and Principles Activity (Process) 3. Introduction of the new lesson – Photography Styles and Techniques INTERACTION WEEK 6 Procedure Build New Knowledge and Skill Strategies, Organizers and Blended Tools Direct Instruction Explicit Teaching Independent Study Homework Facilitator’s / Student’s Tasks 1. Perform Regular Class Routine  Prayer  Greetings  Classroom Management  Checking of Attendance  Checking of Assignments 2. Assessment about the Photography Styles and Techniques (Process) Look around the campus and take series of pictures presenting one style of photography that you prefer. After you shoot, create a slideshow (entitled Photography Exercise III) using the best pictures you have taken. The slideshow must have the photos in the following order. Do not forget your name, section and class number on the slideshow. Send it to your section e-mail with subject Photography Exercise III <space> Lastname.

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INTEGRATION WEEK 7 Procedure Enrichment of Previously Learned Knowledge Build New Knowledge and Skill Strategies, Organizers and Blended Tools Problem Solving / Online Activity Facilitator’s / Student’s Tasks 1. Perform Regular Class Routine a. Prayer b. Greetings c. Classroom Management d. Checking of Attendance e. Checking of Assignments 2. Review of previous lessons a. Definition of Photography b. History of Photography c. Types of camera d. Composition rules and principles e. Styles of Photography

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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER 3. Assessment (Understanding) Complete the assessment below on one whole sheet of paper. This assessment will test you on your understanding about Basic Photography and its composition rules and principles. What is the purpose of photography? (2 pts.) What makes a good photograph good? Relate your answer to your answer on the first question. (3 pts.) According to Rob Nock (2007), snapshot is trying to preserve a moment in time but with little consideration for artitic value, while photograph is planned with thought about the arrangement of the elements and intended to be an interpretation of the photographers view of the subject. Snapshot is a quick and rough capture which intends to record an event that is significant for the photographer and may not be to other viewers. Photograph, on the other hand, is a well-thought and composed capture with a main intention of delivering a message and/or to communicate to all of its viewer executed in an art form. (Jim Goldstein, Blog: Philosophy of

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Photography, May 2007, www.jmg-galleries.com)

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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER Using the definitions stated earlier, identify which among the photos above is an example of a snapshot? A photograph? Why? Prove that your answers are correct. (5 pts.) Study the photo below. Photographer: Love Ranas Location: Brgy. Mamatid, Calatagan, Batangas

Rule of Thirds is the most common and classic photography composition rule which concerns on the placement of the subject or point of interest off the center to create interest and balance in the photograph. To serve an example, kindly look on the photo baove. The ship on the shore is the subject and is placed on the left thirds of the photo, while on its background is the oceanic landscape with numerous boats. Besides placement of the subject, why else are your eyes drawn to the subject? (2 pts.) How could the composition of this photo be improved? (3 pts.) Edward Weston was one of the masters and one of the most influential American photographers of the 20th century. Explain what he meant on his famous saying “Consulting the rules of composition before taking a photograph is like consulting the laws of gravity before going for a walk.” (10 pts.)

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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER Given that you will not take professional photography trainings in the future, how can you use your knowledge about Photography composition rules and principles to create and start a business venture? Describe what kind of service and/or product you can offer to your potential customers. (10 pts.) SCORING GUIDE FOR ITEMS 4 AND 5 OUTSTANDING SATISFATORY FAIR POOR 10 – 8 7-4 3-1 0 Impressive, well-thought and clear Direct Concise answer. answer Answer is answer with Cited acquired with no irrelevant or limited knowledge and additional No answer information to personal information provided support it experiences related to the topic

INTEGRATION WEEK 8 Procedure Evaluation of Previously Learned Knowledge and Skill Through checking of the Assessments Strategies, Organizers and Blended Tools Use of MLD Facilitator’s / Student’s Tasks 1. Perform Regular Class Routine a. Prayer b. Greetings c. Classroom Management d. Checking of Attendance e. Checking of Assignments 2. Completion of the activities 3. Checking of the activities and assessments

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STAGE 3: LEARNING PLAN FLOW LESSON PROPER INTEGRATION WEEK 9 Procedure Application of the acquired knowledge and skill through a Performance Task. Strategies, Organizers and Blended Tools Pair performance Project Planning and making Facilitator’s / Student’s Tasks 1. Perform Regular Class Routine a. Prayer b. Greetings c. Classroom Management d. Checking of Attendance 2. Project Planning and Making INTEGRATION WEEK 10 Procedure Fulfillment and completion of missed requirements Accomplishment of the Performance Task Strategies, Organizers and Blended Tools Independent Study Pair performance Project Making and Presentation Facilitator’s / Student’s Tasks 1. Perform Regular Class Routine a. Prayer b. Greetings c. Classroom Management d. Checking of Attendance 2. Project Making and presentation

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