K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – ARTS AND DESIGN TRACK

Grade: 11 Track Subject Title: Creative Industries II: Performing Arts

Semester: 2nd Semester No. of Hours/ Semester: 80 hours Pre-requisite: none

Track Subject Description: The course introduces the students to principles of theater, music and dance and examines the practical application of the performing arts skills in the local and global market. CONTENT THEATER Definition of Performing Arts

Explorations in Theater 1. Elements of Arts as applied in Theater 2. Principles of composition as applied in theater

CONTENT STANDARD

The learner… 1. demonstrates an understanding of theater as a synthesis of the arts and utilizes a collective/collaborative process of creation

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

The learner… synthesizes key concepts of theater in an improvised group performance about their life stories.

2. demonstrates an understanding of the collective character of theater production

3. Story Building 4. Collective improvisation and devising stages works

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

The learner… 1. discusses the varieties, categories and elements of various performing arts practices 2. demonstrates willingness to share personal capacities, skills and stories to the group 3. discusses the different elements of artistic expression as applied in a theater performance 4. discusses the different principles of artistic organization as applied in a theater performance 5. explains the value of life stories as valuable sources of theater performances 6. creates group skits that are evolved from personal stories using the different elements of arts and principles of composition 7. performs short skits in front of an audience noting the important qualities of a good performance 8. examines the merits of the skit performances using the principles of composition and qualities of performance

K to 12 Senior High School Arts and Design Track – Creative Industries II: Performing Arts December 2013

CODE

AD_CIP11-IIIa-1

AD_CIP11-IIIb-2

AD_CIP11-IIIc-3 AD_CIP11-IIId-4 AD_CIP11-IIIe-5

AD_CIP11-IIIf-g-6

AD_CIP11-IIIh-i-7

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – ARTS AND DESIGN TRACK

CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

MUSIC

The learner:

The learner:

Sight reading and ear training

demonstrates basic skills in note reading and ear training

reads and notates simple melodies

Ensemble/ Band Playing (depends on the availability of instruments) 1. Piano / Keyboard 2. Guitar 3. Banduria 4. Wind instruments 5. Traditional instruments Choral singing and conducting

demonstrates basic skills in group instrumental playing

1. demonstrates basic choral skills 2. demonstrates basic conducting skills

performs selected instruments

1. sings expressively with good vocal technique, observing changes in dynamics and tempo 2. conducts pieces with precise movements indicating desired tempo, dynamics and expression

K to 12 Senior High School Arts and Design Track – Creative Industries II: Performing Arts December 2013

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

The learner: 1. reads melodies in simple meters and in major and minor keys 2. notates simple melodies in major keys and in duple, triple, and quadruple meters 3. recognizes melodic intervals visually and aurally 1. plays with correct rhythm, good intonation and good ensemble 2. uses appropriate position and fingering in playing simple pieces 3. interprets appropriate phrasing, articulation and dynamics in performing instrumental pieces 1. sings simple 2- or 3-part choral arrangements 2. uses proper enunciation and vocal techniques such as breathing and control 3. interprets and applies dynamic and tempo marks in singing 4. conducts pieces in duple, triple, and quadruple meter using appropriate hand and arm gestures 5. indicates attacks and releases clearly in conducting

AD_CIP11-IVa-1 AD_CIP11-IVa-2 AD_CIP11-IVa-3 AD_CIP11-IVa-d-4 AD_CIP11-IVa-d-5 AD_CIP11-IVa-d-6 AD_CIP11-IVa-d-7 AD_CIP11-Iva-d-8 AD_CIP11-Iva-d-9 AD_CIP11-IVa-d-10 AD_CIP11-IVa-d-11

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – ARTS AND DESIGN TRACK

CONTENT DIFFERENT DANCE FORMS IN THE PHILIPPINES 1. Pre-colonial Philippine Dance (Suggested teaching material: Pangalay using the Amilbangsa Instruction Method)

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

demonstrates knowledge and understanding of the different dance forms performed in the Philippines

performs a 5 to 10 minute dance with well-executed dance steps, artistry proper music and costume

2. Regional Philippine Dances 3. Luzon (ilocos): occupational dances such as Dinnaklisan (fishing), Binatbatan (weaving); 4. Visayas (Iloilo): Saut sa Rarug 5. Mindanao (Basilan): Pansak si Bangku 6. Repertory: Classical and Filipino Contemporary Dance (e.g. Tony Fabella’s Tambol at Padyak)

1. identifies the historical background, the traditional dress and music of the dance

2. executes basic stance, forms, positions and contextual meaning of the dance

7. Social Dances (Rigodon, ballroom dancing) Dance Lecture-Demonstration

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

demonstrates knowledge of dances learned in class

executes a dance lecture-demonstration in the community

K to 12 Senior High School Arts and Design Track – Creative Industries II: Performing Arts December 2013

1. researches on the life of the choreographer, his specific dance style and its history 2. Identifies the steps and movements of the dance with a visiting artist through execution 3. Identifies the composers who contributed to the dance form 4. analyzes the characteristics of classical and Filipino contemporary dance 5. dances with a partner to build teamwork and to interact with the opposite sex through dance 1. prepares a lecture-demonstration on dances supported by a paper and audio-visual aids based on his/her research work 2. refines the whole presentation through regular rehearsals

CODE

AD_CIP11-IVe-1

AD_CIP11-IVf-2

AD_CIP11-IVg-3 AD_CIP11-IVg-4 AD_CIP11-IVg-5 AD_CIP11-IVg-6 AD_CIP11-IVh-7

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – ARTS AND DESIGN TRACK

CONTENT Performing Arts-Related Industries and the Art Market A. Performing Arts in Entertainment B. Performing Arts in Education

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

demonstrates an understanding of the application of performing arts skills for local, national and global demands and opportunities

examines the local, national and global landscape of performing arts-related industries through research.

C. Performing Arts in Development Work

LEARNING COMPETENCIES 1. researches on the situation of performing arts-related industries in their immediate locality and in the nation and global setting 2. understands the skills, resources, and opportunities in performing arts-related industries 3. presents a report either individually or as a group on their findings on the skills, resources, and work opportunities available in performing arts-related industries

CODE

AD_CIP11-IVj-1

AD_CIP11-IVj-2

AD_CIP11-IVj-3

*Note: Ensemble Playing and Choral singing should be taught simultaneously by two teachers

K to 12 Senior High School Arts and Design Track – Creative Industries II: Performing Arts December 2013

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – ARTS AND DESIGN TRACK

Code Book Legend Sample: AD_CIP11-IIIa-1 LEGEND

SAMPLE Learning Area and Strand/ Subject or Specialization

Arts and Design Track

Grade Level

Grade 11

Domain/Content/ Component/ Topic

Creative Industries II: Performing Arts

First Entry

Uppercase Letter/s

AD_CIP11

Roman Numeral

*Zero if no specific quarter

Quarter

Third Quarter

III

Week

Week one

a

Lowercase Letter/s

*Put a hyphen (-) in between letters to indicate more than a specific week

Arabic Number

Competency

K to 12 Senior High School Arts and Design Track – Creative Industries II: Performing Arts December 2013

discusses the varieties, categories and elements of various performing arts practices

1

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