Grade-k

ARTS

The purpose of teaching Arts in Grade-K is to introduce the learner about various ways through which one can express ideas and demonstrate their creativity through art.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Concept

  • The learner develops the foundation for displaying  creative skills.
  • The learner begins to make use of paints, oil pastels, brushes and shading pencils.

Confidence

  • The learner develops an appreciation of the art.
  • The learner performs various art-related skills with family and peers.

Clarity

  • The learner develops an understanding of art when exposed to various kinds of information.
  • The learner differentiates between primary and secondary colors.

Application

  • The learner applies the teacher taught and self-taught techniques and concepts while performing artistic skills.
  • The learner learns to use one’s creativity in performing other activities.

Innovation

  • The learner develops inquisitiveness about various art forms.
  • The learner links the artistic skills learnt in other subjects taught.

Compassion

  • The learner develops compassion towards art and society.
  • The learner respects people from artistic career fields.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Concept - The learner is able to:

  • use a wide variety of materials to make their artwork;
  • identify colors and combinations.

Confidence - The learner is able to:

  • use their imagination to create art;
  • use basic fine-motor skills.

Clarity - The learner is able to:

  • identify one’s interests and abilities;
  • develop and carry out a plan to create and revise their work.

Application - The learner is able to:

  • create various scenes such as nature related scenes;
  • make collages and paintings for peers and family on special occasions.

Innovation - The learner is able to:

  • use art as a medium of expression;
  • initiate the process of creating a personal art portfolio if develops passion for art.

Compassion - The learner is able to:

  • explore the importance of working with others by collaborating both to create art and to solve artistic problems;
  • promote peers to execute more artistic activities for recreation.
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