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Detailed Lesson Plan in Arts

Grade 9

Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the students should be able

1. Recognize the elements of arts.
2. Construct an artwork by applying the elements of arts.
3. Show cooperation and participation in the activity.


Subject Matter:
Topic: The Elements of Arts.

Materials: visual aids, colors, and illustration board.



A. Preparatory Activity:
1. Prayer.
2. Greetings.
3. Checking of attendance.
B. Developmental Activities
1. Motivation
Class I am going to show you some
artworks of random artists.
( The teacher shows artworks)
Class what have you notice in the first
Yes, Macasu?
Very good.


Okay sir.

The first picture is a drawing using

only lines.

Now for the second picture?

Yes, Apple?
Very good.

The second picture is an art consisting

of shapes and colors.

2. Discussion
The artworks Ive shown you are
drawings consisting of lines, shapes,
colors but there is more than that. It
also consist form, value, space and
Based on what I said. Who can guess
the lesson for today?
Yes Simon.
Very good.
Our lesson for today is.

The Elements of

Sir the lesson for today is The

Elements of Art.

Elements of Art, in our first list is:

Will you read?
Line, An element of art defined by a
point moving in space. Line may be
two-or three-dimensional, descriptive,
implied, or abstract.
Who can give me an example of line?
Yes, Angelica?

Sir Horizontal, Vertical, Oblique, and

Curved line.

Very good.
As you know class lines are very
important on creating an artwork.
Any idea why?
Yes Aira?
Thank you and correct.

Because we cant form anything

without lines.

Next element of art is:

Will you read?
Yes Janry?

Thank you.
Who can give me examples if shapes?
Yes Lady Lee?
Very good.
Shapes are also important not only in
arts but also in life.
Look around you, the world is full of
Right class?

Shape, An element of art that is twodimensional, flat, or limited to height

and width.

Square, triangle, circle, etc.

Yes sir.

Next element is:

Will you read?

Thank you.
Basically form is how the artwork will
visualize itself.
For example, 3D cube.
Who can draw a 3D cube?

An element of art that is threedimensional and encloses volume;

includes height, width and depth (as in
a cube, a sphere, a pyramid, or a
cylinder). Form may also be free

Yes Bryan, draw it on the board.

Okay sir.
( Bryan will draw the 3D cube )

Next element:

Will you read?
Yes Argin.

Well read.
Value means artwork may express
lightness or darkness.

The lightness or darkness of tones or

colors. White is the lightest value;
black is the darkest. The value halfway
between these extremes is called
middle gray.

Next element:

Will you read?
Yes Ryan.

Thank you.
Means the emptiness of a spot on an
artwork. It defines the sense of depth
or lalim

An element of art by which positive

and negative areas are defined or a
sense of depth achieved in a work of

Next element:

This is the element of arts made up of
three properties:
1. Hue: name of color
2. Value: hues lightness and
darkness (a colors value
changes when white or
black is added)
3. Intensity: quality of
brightness and purity (high
intensity= color is strong
and bright; low intensity=
color is faint and dull)

Give me the three primary colors?

Yes Rose.
Very good.
Sir Blue, Red and Yellow.
The last element is:

Will you read?
Yes Cordova.

It refers to how smooth or rough the

artwork feels.

An element of art that refers to the

way things feel, or look as if they
might feel if touched.

C. Activity
Class I have here 3 sets of cardboard
and colors. I want you to make an
artwork applying the elements of art,
and express your feelings about doing
it, then present the artwork and tell us
what and why did you draw it. So I will
give you 10 minutes for making it.
Now start counting 1 to 3.
Start now.
( The students start counting )
Times up class present your drawing
in front of the class.

( Students will draw their artwork )

Very good class.

( The students will present their
drawing )
A. Generalization
1. What are the elements of art?
2. What are the 3 properties of
3. What are the primary colors?

Color, line, space, shape, form, value,

and texture.
Hue, Value and Intensity.
Blue, Red and Yellow.

IV. Evaluation
Direction: Read and answer the following questions.
1. What are the elements of art?
2. What are the primary colors?
3. In your own word, what is the most important element and why?
V. Assignment
Draw a color wheel in a long bond paper.

Prepared by:
Nio Ronelle Mateo Eligino