2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II

Second Year Art
General Standard for Second Year: The learner demonstrates understanding of basic concepts and principles of Asian music and arts through active participation in artistic and cultural performances for self development, promotion of cultural identity and expansion of one’s world vision.

South and Central Asian arts as influenced by history and elements and principles of art to communicate ideas. culture. Kazakstan. Pakistan. Nepal. experiences and stories. Turkmenistan). Kyrgyzstan. Essential Understanding(s): • Arts and crafts of South and Central Asia offer a glimpse of old civilization and have continued to influence present day artistic expression through the use of media techniques and processes and the elements and principles of arts. Bhutan. and Sri Lanka) • • Elements of Art • Point • Line • Shape and Form • Value • Color • Texture • Space View examples of South and Central Asian indigenous and/or folk arts Discuss the message or the meaning of the art form Apply different media techniques and processes to communicate ideas.2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II Quarter 1 : Music and Arts of South and Central Asia Topic: South and Central Asian Art Time Frame: 8 hours Stage 1 Content Standard: Performance Standard: •The learner demonstrates understanding of media techniques •The learner creates an example of South and Central Asian art and processes and the elements and principles of arts used in applying knowledge of media techniques and processes. and parts of Russia and China) Central Asian arts (Indigenous and/or Folk art) • South Asian countries (India. Mongolia. Learners will know: • Essential Question(s): • How do the arts and crafts of South and Central Asia reflect past and present civilization? Learners will be able to: • • Central Asian countries (Turkic republics (Uzbekistan. Bangladesh. Tajikistan. themes and symbols in their artworks that • • . Afghanistan. Tibet. Sikkim. • Azerbaijan. experiences and stories showing the characteristics of South and Central Asian indigenous and/or folk arts Create an example of South and Central Asian indigenous and/or folk arts showing understanding of the elements of art and principles of design Use subjects.

Criteria: •Clear •Accurate description of the different elements used •Use of appropriate terminology Interpretation Illustrate through a media technique of your choice a glimpse of the old civilization using present day artistic expression. values and aesthetics in South and Central Asian indigenous and/or folk arts • Analyze the work of art using knowledge of the elements of art and the principles of design Product or Performance Task: An exhibit or a performance art of South and Central Asian indigenous and/or folk arts representing the different countries.2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II • Principles of Design • Unity and Variety • Balance • Emphasis/Focal Point • Rhythm/Pattern • Proportion/Scale • Movement demonstrates knowledge of contexts. Stage 2 Evidence at the level of understanding Learners should be able to demonstrate understanding by covering the six (6) facets of understanding: Explanation Explain how a South and Central Asian arts reflect a glimpse of old civilization. Evidence at the level of performance Evaluation of a created art work based on the following criteria: •Authenticity •Clear Message •Creativity .

2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II Criteria: •Meaningful •Revealing •illustrative Application Apply knowledge media techniques used in South and Central Asian art in creating a 21st century art. •Criteria •critical •insightful •revealing . Criteria: Appropriate use of: •materials •media techniques Creativity Perspective Compare and contrast the different styles of South and Central Asian arts on how culture is communicated.

Criteria •Sensitive •Open •Responsive •Receptive •Self -Knowledge •Write your realizations on the culture and arts of South and Central Asia. Criteria •Insightful •Reflective •Self-adjusting .2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II •Empathy Assume the role of a folk artist from a specific cultural group in South and Central Asia in creating a sample folk art.

Tibet. Azerbaijan. • How do South/Central Asian indigenous and/or folk arts reflect the life of the common folk? • How do South/Central Asian arts create their art forms? • What are the South/Central Asian arts inspirations and influences? • What are the South/Central Asian arts similarities and differences? Emphasis: • Like in the East. • Focus the discussion on the objects/architectural forms/costumes/traditional events of the countries. o Ask students the countries in the South and Central Asian region. South and Central Asian arts are also generally influenced by their religion. and parts of Russia and China) • South Asian countries (India. • Central Asian countries (Turkic republics (Uzbekistan. Kyrgyzstan. texts(literature).2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II Stage 3 Explore: In this phase engage the learners in viewing examples of South and Central Asian arts and assess their background knowledge on the topic. and Sri Lanka) • Ask students the unique memorable forms that one can find in any of the Central Asian countries. meaning and history of the designs/art forms used. Turkmenistan). Discuss the purpose. Hook and engage learners on the topic and as a guide. influences from neighboring countries o Extreme land conditions . Pakistan. Buddhism and Hinduism o Territorial wars. Bhutan. Buddhism and Hinduism o South Asia: Islam. Afghanistan. Kazakstan. give them the essential question. history (dynasty based) and cultural traditions. Sikkim. Mongolia. Nepal. Tajikistan. • Show pictures/video clips of sample South and Central Asian arts. o Central Asia: Islam. Bangladesh. State the country and name of the event/occasion.

cetiyas. stupas. Buddha. ancient and magical. weather of the country. jathras. cave paintings and relief sculptures • • Almost the same with the East. Sanskrit). Gandhra. o Central Asia: Religious subjects.mountains and rivers Bhangra. symbols and purpose of the art forms are also related to their religion (faith). dynasty.2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II • • • South Asia and Central Asian costume/clothing are generally influenced by the location. culture and history of the country. beliefs. animals. South Asia: performing arts (dance and theater. beliefs. popular in the country. khatak. Kathak The meanings. The materials are usually common objects or abundant.Ramayana and Mahabharata. The designs are sometimes dictated by the religion. most of the works are described to be religious. Bharhut and Amaravati Architectural Motifs: temples. belief and traditions. The designs may be similar and vary depending on the type of religion.(Buddhist and Hindu forms/images). Shamanic rituals o South Asia: lotus. materials and creativity of the artists. location and influences of the country. o Clay pottery o Metal craft (metallurgy) o Stone and wood carvings o Stone pillars o Figurines o Persian Fabric o Carpets and textile o Masks o Medallions o Jewelry o Water spouts/fountains o Mandala o Illuminated manuscript • Give the essential question: How do the arts and crafts of South and Central Asia reflect past and present civilization? . pagodas. sprites and fairies (nagas and yaksas).

Central: Stylized animals. architectural structures. lion and griffins. Hindu gods paintings and sculptures. dragon. theater design and religious art forms. carving. pottery. colors and shapes etc. revise. rosette. cat family (panthers). repetition. Relate the indigenous or folk art forms to the context of the country’s history. and the principles of designs. lion. o Stress on the lines. religious items and images. antlers. Sogdian themes. South: Buddha sculptures. ram’s head. Hindu gods paintings and sculptures. lotus. Sasanian motifs. rhythm and contrast. Some significant art forms: All visuals are all available thru the internet (search engine: google images and websites) South: Buddha sculptures. ace-of-spade. jewelry. etc. teacher must apply or focus on the basic visual elements and principles of design used by the artists. o The teacher may also discuss in focus the following concepts in relation to South and Central Asian arts: Motifs. utilitarian object. • • • • Present indigenous art or folk art forms through visual aids focusing on architectural. vessel/utilitarian objects and decorative with expensive jewels/stones. seal. . costume/textile designs. provide activities and process students meaning. Let them reflect.2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II Firm Up: At this stage. bear. physical ornaments and traditional events Analyze the designs of the indigenous or folk art forms by discussing the use of the elements of art and principles of design. 2. horse. Folk arts and indigenous motifs: 1. o In discussing the indigenous/folk art forms. elks. paired birds. rethink their understanding.

State the subject matter for the activity project Peace and unity 3. Gupta. palaces Sasanian. techniques and types/classifications 2. Gandharan. Discuss the concepts of “mandala”. As a group. the students must create a “mandala” figure of their chosen topic/title using the prescribed materials. Ovrik themes/motifs “Vishnu Vikranta” “Kumarasambhava” “Hitopadesa” Mandala Potala palace Check for understanding. students will be given hands on activities in creating examples of South and Central Asian arts in order to have a thorough understanding of the different genres. Sanskrit Shakty Caves Temples. Activity 1: Mandala project 1.2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II Ramayana and Mahabharata. . revise and rethink their understanding. Teacher may choose from activity 1 or 2 depending on the available time/sessions left. glitters 4. Ask them to reflect.Stupas. Deepen: In this phase. Seljuqs. Sogdian. Tibetan. Students must follow the visual requirements of a Tibetan mandala. Materials – colored sand. carved tympanum citadels. (Depending on the readily available material in their area). Definition. The size will vary depending on the chosen material and the quantity of the materials.

rhythm/movement of the choreography) o Creativity o Resourcefulness o Appropriate use of symbols Synthesis: Let students realize through questioning that all indigenous and folk art forms in the South and Central Asian countries have their own history and purpose. repeating elements. The teacher may provide a suggested theme for the design. (use found objects) Activity 3: Reporting and Presentation Individually. 6. Individually or work in dyads. 2. 4. lines used. (ex. Students must use the common styles and motifs common in South and Central Asia. Encourage the materials to use recycled materials. Discuss the concepts of jewelry design and the paper-mache . textures used) o Use of the principles of design. students must compare their artworks with the other groups and other individuals with in the group. (ex. And details of the design are based on the experience of the individual in his/her community/environment. variety of designs. Focus on South and Central Asian jewelry design Discuss Paper-mache process Recycled paper. Check for students understanding and let them verbalize the essential understanding that: . students will present their artwork to the class. techniques and types/classifications. the students must create a jewelry design (option: Vessel with jewelry/ornaments with jewels. This may vary depending on the type of vessel or jewelry. any adhesive ( glue). Colors used. paint. 3. Self-evaluation and assessment must use the following rubrics: o Use of the basic elements.2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II Activity 2: Paper-mache – Jewelry making 1. emulsion/varnish. • The materials and colors for their jewelry must be common and aligned to the traditional costume of the country. glitters. foils. Reflection: Every activity. Definition. Repetition of designs used. harmony of the colors used. 5.

Encyclopædia Britannica 2007 Ultimate Reference Suite . . 2010.ncca. Transfer: In this phase students will create an art work applying knowledge of various media techniques and processes based on the present time. East Asian.gov." Encyclopædia Britannica. • "arts. historical and cultural context of South and Central Asia. Encyclopædia Britannica 2007 Ultimate Reference Suite . Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica. Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica. Evaluate created art work based on the following criteria: •Authenticity •Clear Message •Creativity Resources (Web sites.ph • www. Encyclopædia Britannica 2007 Ultimate Reference Suite . climate.culturalcenter." Encyclopædia Britannica. South Asian. 2010. Software. • "arts." Encyclopædia Britannica. etc. Southeast Asian .ph • folk art.) • All visuals are all available thru the internet (search engine: google images and websites) • www. Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica. Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica. • "arts.gov. ( 2009). 2010.2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II • Arts and crafts of South and Central Asia offer a glimpse of old civilization and have continued to influence present -day artistic expression through the use of media techniques and the elements and principles of design. Encyclopædia Britannica 2007 Ultimate Reference Suite . The student will have an exhibit or a performance art representing the different countries in South and Central Asia. resources in the school environment. Encyclopædia Britannica.

Francisco M.ph/imghp?hl=tl&tab=wi Materials/Equipment Needed: • Indigenous materials • Water color • Recycled paper • Carving materials • Rags • Hand cleaning materials • Coloring Markers • Recyclable and Common Objects in the area • Found objects • Foil . Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica." Encyclopædia Britannica.asp Jones. Louis C. "Folk Art. glitters • Adhesives • Emulsion and varnish . Mandaluyong. http://images.com. Central Asian.2010 Secondary Education Curriculum Music and Arts II • • • • • "arts.google." Microsoft® Encarta® 2009 [DVD]. “The Humanities”.com/filipinoheritage/costumes/pintados2. National Bookstore publishing. WA: Microsoft Corporation. Encyclopædia Britannica 2007 Ultimate Reference Suite .koleksyon. Redmond. 2007 http://www. Zulueta.. 2010. 2008.

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