by Flaudette May Datulin, Louise Marcelino,Roberto Paulino, Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez
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This textbook is a compendium of detailed week-by-week lesson plans and best practices for the new K-12 core subject "Contemporary Philippine Art from the Region." It provides a contextual framework for the study of the arts and offers several practical class activities for each lesson.
"Trending" section titles converse with the milieu of social networking: with learning aids (Flag, FAQ, and glossary) for easy cross-referencing
Up-to-date examples of art forms across the regions with many engaging activities within and beyond the classroom setting (XOXO, Level Up)
Comprehensive discussion grounded on art history, theory, and criticism
Authors are UP faculty members, with extensive background in contemporary art backed by solid field work, and with contributions from recognized specialists
Table of Contents
Unit I: Environmental Scanning: Defining Contemporary Art within Historical, social and economic contexts. The key players of Philippine art also presented, including the National Artists and the National Living Treasures and their support systems. Unit culminates with a cultural mapping project, and pre-production activities for the final project
Unit II: Sensory Scanning: Lessons on Media and Techniques, Elements of Arts, Subject Matter and Themes. Unit culminates with refining of Cultural Map and the Final Project.
Unit III: Syncing: Lessons are geared towards an integration of local, traditional and other arts towards the Staging of the Final Project.
|Author(s)||Flaudette May Datulin, Louise Marcelino,Roberto Paulino, Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez|
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