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Theater Arts

Curriculum Guide
Grades 7-10
Grade 9 – FIRST QUARTER
CONTEXTS AND FORMS OF PHILIPPINE THEATER
CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING
CONTENT CODE
STANDARD STANDARD COMPETENCIES
The learner is taught… The learner… The learner… The learner…

PHILIPPINE THEATER AS CULTURAL


HERITAGE:
Image of the Filipino and Philippine
Society in Indigenous, Traditional demonstrates presents a research 1. describes specific SPA_TACFPT9-Ia-b-
and Historical Theater, including understanding on paper on the Philippine theater 1
adaptations the significance of circumstances of the forms, its qualities,
A. Contexts and Forms of Philippine Theater emergence and sources, and
Philippine Theater – as part of cultural development of a influences in a
1. Rituals, games, and other heritage. theater practice, historical timeline.
cultural performances worldviews, changes 2. enumerates local SPA_TACFPT9-Ic-d-
2. Komedya in the manner of theater icons , 2
3. Sarswela production and their biographies,
4. Senakulo audience reception works and
5. Drama Simboliko over a period of time. significance to the
6. Bodabil community.
7. Social realistic plays 3. describes the SPA_TACFPT9-Ie-f-
8. Street theater world view on 3
9. Regional Theater Filipino image
forms(Bayok, Linambay based on the
etc…) forms of the
10. Musical Philippine theater
11. English Language theater in different periods
12. Local Language theater 4. explains the SPA_TACFPT9-Ig-h-
13. Site-specific theater factors which 4
14. Performance art establish theater
15. Various forms of as a cultural
experimental theater process and
16. Adaptations product.
5. reports the SPA_TACFPT9-Ii-j-5
significance of the
local theater assets
of his community
following the
standards of basic
NCCA Cultural
Mapping principles
and mechanics.
GRADE 9-SECOND QUARTER
MAPPING LOCAL THEATER
PERFORMANCE LEARNING
CONTENT CODE
CONTENT STANDARD STANDARD COMPETENCIES
The learner is taught... The learner … The learner... The learner…:

A. National and Local Theater demonstrates performs an 1. utilizes various SPA_TAMLT9-IIa-c-


Icons understanding on the impersonation of modes of research 1
B. Genres and Theater Artists, Image of Filipino and a chosen in studying
Life Works Philippine Society in national/local assigned Philippine
C. Mapping of Local Theater Local theater. icon based on theater forms.
Practices and Organizations study conducted. 2. enumerates the SPA_TAMLT9-IId-2
basic themes and
conventions of the
forms.
3. analyzes the SPA_TAMLT9-IIe-f-
changes of the 3
forms through
various historical
periods.
4. describes the SPA_TAMLT9-IIg-4
changes of forms
and world view per
period.
5. conducts a SPA_TAMLT9-IIh-i-
research on 5
national/ local
theater icons, life
works, practices,
and organization
and their
contribution to
Philippine theater .
6. presents the result SPA_TAMLT9-IIj-6
of creative
research reports
on the icons,
practices, and
organizations.

GRADE 9-THIRD QUARTER


INTRODUCTION TO NON-PHILIPPINE THEATER
PERFORMANCE LEARNING
CONTENT CONTENT STANDARD CODE
STANDARD COMPETENCIES
The learner is taught... The learner … The learner… The learner…
IMAGE OF THE PERSON AND demonstrates mounts creative 1. Identifies the SPA_TANPT9-IIIa-b-
SOCIETY IN NON-PHILIPPINE understanding of the Image showcase characteristics of 1
THEATER PRACTICE (Asian, of Individual and Society in inspired by different
African, European, American Non- Philippine Theater various non- performance
Theater) Practice (Asian, European, Philippine theater practices.
Oral, ritual, and shamanic American Theater) practices. 2. analyzes some of SPA_TANPT9-IIIc-2
performance the performance
 Yoruba ritual practices in non-
 Korean shamanism Philippine theater.
3. compares the SPA_TANPT9-IIId-e-
Religious and civic festivals different non- 3
 Classical Greek Theater Philippine theater
 Ta’ziyeh of Iran performance
practices.
Theater in court, temple, and 4. designs a plan for SPA_TANPT9-IIIf-h-
marketplace a creative 4
 Roman comedy: Plautus showcase of the
 Commedia dell’Arte various theater
 Kathakali or Wayang practices.
 Noh or Beijing Opera

Popular Entertainments
 Circus, revues, and variety
theater
 Musical theater

Theaters of the avant-garde


Symbolism
 German expressionism
 Meyerhold and constructivism
 Surrealism
 Performance art

Modernism in Drama and


Theater
 Modern realism: Ibsen and
Chekhov
 Theater of the Absurd
 Brecht and Epic theater
 Psychological realism in the
United States

Theaters of Resistance and


Revolution
 Postcolonial African theater
 Radical theater in the West
after 1968
 Nuevo Teatro Popular

Postmodern Theater
 Antonin Artaud’s “Theater of
Cruelty”
 Jerzy Godowsky’s “Poor
Theater”
 Suzuki Tadashi
 Theater of Images: Robert
Wilson
 Peter Brook’s “Shakespeare
and Mahabharata”
GRADE 9 - FOURTH QUARTER
PHILIPPINE THEATER PRODUCTION
PERFORMANCE LEARNING
CONTENT CODE
CONTENT STANDARD STANDARD COMPETENCIES
The learner is taught... The learner ... The learner... The learner...

PRODUCTION OF ONE SELECT


GENRE FROM PHILIPPINE demonstrates presents a 1. produces SPA_TAPTP9-IVa-g-
THEATER understanding of producing production of a appropriate 1
A. PRE PRODUCTION WORK a chosen genre from chosen genre/ production
a.1 Research and Philippine theater. style from elements for the
Analysis of specific Philippine selected play
genre theater. genre drawn from
a.2 Dramaturgical the original
Reinterpretation aesthetics of the
a.3 Production work Philippine theater
B. PRODUCTION MOUNTING form.
1. Rehearsals 2. conducts a post- SPA_TAPTP9-IVh-2
2. Critique runs performance
3. Shows discussion on the
4. Evaluation merits of their
5. Production Book production with
Compilation clarity, respect,
and confidence.