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Module in MAPEH Grade 8

Quarter: Second
Music: Music of East Asia
Competencies:
1. Identify through music listening the characteristics of East Asian (Japan, China and Korea) Music in relation to their
history and culture.
2. Identify similarities and differences of the music of East Asia.
3. Describe how the musical elements reflect East Asian Culture.
4. Analyze representative songs from East Asia and describe how the musical elements are used.
5. Compare and classify the musical instruments.
6. Evaluate the quality of their own performances and others’ performances and improvisations of East Asian music
using developed criteria.
7. Evaluate music and music performances of East Asian Countries applying knowledge of musical elements and style.

Activity 1: Pre-assessment
Instruction: Identify the origin of every word (JAPAN, CHINA or KOREA).
1. Yin-yang
2. Cherry Blossom
3. Sanjo (flute)
4. Erhu
5. Dragon
6. Koto
7. Kabuki
8. Ikebana

Activity 2: Getting to know the culture


Instruction Research about any of the three countries (Japan, Korea, and China).
CHINA JAPAN KOREA

Activity 3: Venn Diagram


Instruction: From the previous activity, review all the facts and allow them to decide what are the similarities and
differences of every country below.
Activity 4: Complete ME
Instruction: Complete the following table by reading and researching the following instruments used in East music.

Instrument Description Classification Origin


(Chordophone, Aerophone, (Japan, Korea or China)
Membranophone, Idiophone)
Tsuzum
Tsuridaiko
Taiko
Koto
Shamisen
Biwa
Shakuhachi
Nokan
HIchiriki
Sho
Shinobue
Ryuteki
Yueqin
Pipa
Erhu
Yunluo
Sheng
Dizi
Zheng
Pengling
Kayagum
Geomungo
Haegum
Piri
Changgo

Arts: East Asian Arts


Competencies:
1. Identify the characteristics of arts and crafts found in China, Japan and Korea like painting, pottery, paper arts
2. Analyze art elements (color, line, shape, etc.) and principles (texture, proportion, emphasis, harmony etc.) in the
production of art in China, Japan and Korea.
3. Reflect on and derive the mood, idea, or message emanating from paintings, paper artworks, pottery, ikebana, face
painting and architecture, etc. of China, Japan and Korea by comparing their similarities and differences.
4. Determine and evaluate the effectiveness of mood, idea, or message as shown by the visual image in the arts and
crafts of Japan, China and Korea.
5. Trace the external (foreign) and internal (indigenous) influences that are reflected in the artworks and crafts from
China, Korea and Japan through research and video clip viewing.

Activity 1: Match and Fill


Instruction: Read each statement and try to identify each by choosing the answers from the box below
_____ 1. The art that is considered as one of the oldest and most highly refined among the arts of
Japan
_____ 2. It is regarded as the highest form of Chinese painting
_____ 3. The art of beautiful handwriting
_____ 4. Arts and crafts flourished during this period in Korean history
_____ 5. A technique for printing text, images or patterns used widely throughout East Asia and
originating in China in antiquity as a method of printing on textiles and paper
_____ 6. The best known type of Japanese woodblock art print
_____ 7. The era in Korean paintings that offers the richest variety and are the styles most imitated
today
_____ 8. The art of paper folding in Japan
_____ 9. The three concepts of art reflected mostly in the artworks and crafts in China, Japan and
Korea
_____10. It is also known as Jingju Lianpu that is done with different colors in accordance with the
performing characters’ personality and historical assessment
Origami Woodblock Printing Heaven, Earth, Mankind Calligraphy
Painting Peking Face-Paint Chosun PeriodUkiyo-e Four Gracious Plant
Kabuki Face-Paint Koryo Period Landscape painting

Activity 2: Chinese Painting


Instruction: Choose a subject to any of the following as an example of Chinese Painting.
1. Flowers and birds 4. Human Figures
2. Landscapes 5. Animals
3. Palaces and Temples 6. Bamboos and Stones