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Detailed Lesson Plan

Arts 3

I. At the end of lesson the pupils are expected to:

a. Identify the different kinds of texture

b. Differentiate the kinds between rough, soft, hard, smooth and etc.

c. Generate the different kinds of texture

II. Subject Matter

Topic: Feel the texture

Reference: K to 12 Our World of Mapeh (Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health)

Hazel P. Cospiano

Emilio S. Jacinto Jr.

Rufina Darilag

Materials: bond paper, glue visual aids tape and glitters

Values Integration: Listen critically and purposively

III. Learning Activities

Teachers Activities Pupils Activities

A. Preliminary Activity

Please all stand and let us pray.

Please lead the prayer Abegail. In the name of the Father and of the Son and
of the Holy Spirit…… Amen.
Before you take your seat please pick
up the pieces of paper under your
chair.

Good morning class. Good morning teacher.

Who is absent today? None teacher.

Very good!

Yesterday we discussed about different


kinds of shapes.
What is shape, Ma. Lourdes? A shape is created when a line is enclosed.
Shape is one of the seven elements of art and
it has a variety of uses in the creation of art. It
is made up of lines that surround an area or
space.

Very good!

What are the different kinds of shapes, The different kinds of shapes are triangle,
Vivien Lyn? rectangle, square, circle, oblong and etc.

Very good!

What is triangle, Mary Cris? A closed plane figure having three sides and
three angles.

Very good!

What about the rectangle, Leo? A four sided shape that is made up of two
pairs of parallel lines and has four right
angles.

Very good!
B. Developmental Activity

Today I will discuss about the different


kinds of textures but before that let’s
define first the definition of texture.

What is texture, Marisol? It refers to the visual or tactile surface and


appearance of an object. It is usually
described as smooth or rough, soft or hard,
coarse of fine, matt or glossy, and etc.

Very good!

What are the different kinds of textures,


Ma. Kassandra? There are probably thousands of texture
types, but in general they fall under the broad
categories of rough and smooth. Smooth
textures include slick, silky, soft and slimy.
Rough textures are more varied and include
bumpy, scaly, coarse, sandy and rocky.

Very good!

What did observe in the pictures, There are different objects with different
Louie? characteristic and appearance.

1.

2.
3.

4.

5.

Very good!

These object can be classify according


to its texture and its own
characteristics.

Can you choose one object, Rosalie? handkerchief

What is the texture of handkerchief, The texture is soft.


Eunice?

Very good!

How about you Lean Pearl?


Rock.
What is the texture of rock, Charlene? The texture of the rock is hard.

Very good!

C. Application

Try to tell if the following objects have


rough, smooth, hard, stony and soft
surface.

1. pencil 1. hard

2. pillow 2. soft

3. eraser 3. soft

4. plate 4.smooth

5. book 5.hard

6. frame 6.smooth

7. wood 7.hard

8.cellphone 8.hard and smooth

9. hollow block 9. rough and stony

10. chair 10. hard

D. Generalization

Give at least two examples of an object


that has smooth texture, Jessica? 1.Pillow

2.Mattress
Very good!

State if the objects are rough, smooth,


soft, stony, scally, silky, and hard
surface.

1. silky and smooth


1.

2. rough
2.
3. hard
3.

4. smooth
4.

5. shiny
5.

Very good! All of you got a correct


answer.
IV. Evaluation

Get ½ sheet of paper and answer the following questions.

Direction: identify the textures of each object. Write SM for smooth, R for rough, SC for
scally, H for hard, SH for shiny and G for grainy.

1. Pillow

2. Wood

3. Bottle

4. Glass

5. Fish

6. Jackfruit

7. TV

8. Gold bar

9. Hammer

10. Nail

V. Assignment

Name the shape of the following objects.

1. Ball

2. TV

3. Tin can
4. Keyboard

5. Laptop