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Bachelor of Science in Criminology
Second Trimester | School Year 2018-2019
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Course Title Art Appreciation This is a three-unit introductory course on the creative output of
man designed to introduce and expose the students to the
Description different arts both in theory and practice: visual, auditory, and
Course Code GECE 4 performing arts. It also aims to develop the student’s inner life,
increase their awareness of and sensitivity to the state of arts
and culture more particularly the Philippine arts.
Credit Units 3 units
Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILO) PO Code Links PO Code Links
On successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
CILO1. Recognize the certain purpose of art as well CILO4. Display an ability to create different
as its classification and discuss their characteristics. forms of art.
CILO2. Discuss the principles in understanding CILO5. Demonstrate understanding of the
artistic composition different music genres
CILO3. Determine the common handicraft materials CILO6. 3. Appreciate the benefits of drama
and the traditional handiwork in the Philippines and the role of Artist
Program Outcomes (PO) Links Targeted Graduate Attributes (GA)
PO1. Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio-
Mastery of Content
cultural, historical, psychological and political context.
PO2. Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/discipline. Mastery of Content / Innovative and Competent
PO3. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and
Innovative and Competent
delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environment.
PO4. Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans; teaching
Innovative and Competent
approaches and resources for diverse learners.
PO5. Apply skills in development and utilization of ICT to promote quality,
Technology-driven / Innovative and Competent
relevant and sustainable educational practices.
PO6. Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring,
Innovative and Competent
assessing, and reporting learning processes and outcomes.
PO7. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to
Model Teacher
local, national and global realities.
PO8. Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth
Commitment of profession
through varied experimental and field-based opportunities.
Course Output
As evidence of attaining the above learning outcomes, the student is required to submit the following during the indicated dates of the term.
Final Course Output Due Date Component Course Output Due Date
Art Exhibit Week 13 Painting Week 5
Campus Photo Tour Week 10
Rubric for Assessment

0-5 6-10 MASTERED 16-20
Craftsmanship Art work is messy and Art work is somewhat Art work is neat and Art work is impeccable
shows smudge marks messy and shows either shows very little and shows no
and rips, tears, or smudge marks or rips, evidence of smudge evidence of smudge
folds. tears, or folds. marks, rips, tears, or marks, rips, tears, or
Erasure lines Some erasure lines folds. A few erasure folds. No erasure lines
showing. showing. lines showing. showing.

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Technique/Art Art work lacks Art work shows some Art work shows good Art work shows a
Concepts technique and/or technique and technique. All objects mastery of advanced
understanding of art understanding of art are placed in correct techniques in
concepts. Paper is left concepts. Average use space. Negative and composition. All
mainly blank, little of negative and positive positive space is objects are placed in
area drawn on and space. Paper is half almost balanced. correct space.
does not show a filled and foreground Paper is drawn on Negative and positive
background, mid- and background is leaving some area space is balanced.
ground and/or clearly shown. undone and shows a Paper is completely
foreground. background, mid- drawn on and shows a
ground and background, mid-
foreground. ground and
Creativity Art work shows little Art work shows some Art work reflects Art work reflects a high
or no evidence of evidence of originality. originality. level of originality.
original thought. Student uses line, Student uses line, Student uses line,
Student does not use shading or form in a shading or form in an shading or form in a
line, shading or form slightly original manner. original manner. highly original manner.
in a creative manner.
Shading/Proportion Completed art work is Completed art work is Completed art work is Completed art work is
not shaded or half shaded showing almost fully shaded fully shaded showing
incorrectly shaded. average placement of showing good excellent placement of
Still life objects are light and darks using placement of light and light and darks using
incorrect in average drawing darks using good excellent drawing
proportion with real technique. Some still life drawing technique. technique. Still life
life objects. objects are in proportion Still life objects are objects are in excellent
with real life objects. mostly in good proportion with real life
proportion with real life objects.



0-5 6-10 MASTERED 16-20
Project Requirements Photograph does not Image shows little Image shows some Image shows obvious
Goals and objectives reflect the intended choices and thought clear choices and choices and thought
element, principle, or behind the thought behind the behind the
technique. photograph to reflect photograph to reflect photograph to reflect
Assignment goals the intended element, the intended the intended element,
were not met. principle, or element, principle, or principle, or
technique. technique. technique.
Exposure/Contrast Image is grossly Tonal quality is fair; Tonal range is good Image is excellent
Camera exposure, correct over exposed or little contrast in overall; some parts with good contrast
f/stop and shutter speed, under exposed colour and neutrals. of the image could and range of light to
Photoshop/editing rendering the image use more contrast. dark tones to
unidentifiable enhance the focal
Focus Subject matter is not Fair detail in image; Good detail in image; Excellent detail in
Clean focus or creative use defined due to proper use of depth proper use of depth highlights, shadows &
of depth-of-field complete lack of of field could of field will enhance midtones makes a
focus. enhance some parts parts of the image. good, clear image.
of the image. Initial photo was
obviously taken with
proper camera
settings selected.

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Creativity Photograph does not Fair representation of Good representation Image demonstrates
Imagination, expression, show a creative assigned objectives; of assigned a very creative
creative approach approach to the some creative intent objectives. The approach to the
assignment. and shows little student has explored assignment; student
evidence of trying creative solutions to has expanded on the
anything unusual. the assignment. basic requirements. It
is clear that the
student explored
choices/solutions to
the assignment.
Composition \Subject is not well Photograph Photograph Photograph
Photographic guidelines, defined. demonstrates little demonstrates some demonstrates
eye movement, space visual interest and visual interest and exceptional visual
usage, organization of creativity in creativity in interest and creativity
image composition, composition, in composition,
balance, camera balance, camera balance, camera
angle, and subject angle, and subject angle, and subject
matter. matter. matter.
Communicative Properties No visual impact Work shows effort There is adequate Shows obvious
Visual impact, emotional with moderate sense and successful visual evidence of thinking
reaction, mood, etc. of visual communication. skills. Addresses
communication Photo engages the fairly complex visual
viewer. or conceptual ideas.
The image effectively
communicates with
the viewer.


0-5 6-10 MASTERED 16-20
Understanding The artwork display is The artwork is planned The art work is The artwork shows
Demonstration that planned carefully carefully; planned adequately; little to no evidence of
instructions and Understanding of all understanding of most understanding of some understanding the
concepts are concepts and concepts and concepts and concepts and
understood. instructions are clearly instructions is shown. instructions shown. instructions.
Craftsmanship/ Skill The artwork shows The artwork shows The artwork shows The artwork shows
Neatness, precision, advanced or very good or proficient average or basic below average to very
care hanging and outstanding craftsmanship, with craftsmanship and poor craftsmanship
preparing work. craftsmanship, with some attention to attention to detail. and little attention to
clear attention to detail. detail. Carelessness.
Creativity/ Originality The selected artwork The artwork The artwork The artwork
Selection of work demonstrates original demonstrates some demonstrates an demonstrates little to
expression of ideas personal expression personal expression average amount of no personal
and imagination. and outstanding and logical problem personal expression. expression and
problem solving skills. solving skills. problem solving skills.
Effort The student put forth The student put forth The student put forth The student put forth
What it takes to finish extraordinary effort to the effort required to the effort required to little to no the effort
the project as well as complete the project complete the project finish the project; used required to finish the
possible, time well as possible; used well; used class time class time adequately. project; used class
dedicated to the class time extremely well. time adequately.
project inside and/or well.
out of class.

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Cooperation The student is willing The student is usually The student is The student does not
Attitude during exhibit to complete assigned willing to complete sometimes willing to show willingness to
planning; willingness tasks and help set up assigned tasks and complete assigned complete assigned
to complete set up, art and clean-up projects; help set up and clean- tasks and help set up tasks and help set up
practice and clean up works very well with up projects; works well and clean-up projects; and clean-up projects;
tasks. others. with others. works somewhat well Occasionally, but not
with others. usually, works well
with others.

Grading System Weight Weight

Class Standing Major Examination 40%
 Quizzes and Seatwork 30% of Final
 Essay Writing Final Course Output Course
 Group Presentations and Reporting Grade
Highest Possible Average Grade = Average of PMF
(70%) + 30% of Final Course Output
Learning Plan
Week Module Content (Short Title) Teaching Learning Activities Outcome-Based Assessment

Orientation (Classroom
Policies, Course Outputs,
1 1, 2
Humanities and Art
Appreciation: An Introduction Painting
Brainstorming, Lecture Discussion,
2, 3, 4 Aesthetic Arts and Crafts 1, 2, 4 Campus Photo Tour
Group Reporting, Demonstration,
5, 6 The Western Art History 1, 2, 4 Wall Designs
Reflective Discussions, Seatwork,
1, 2, 3, 4 Song Composition
7, 8 The Filipino Art and Crafts Quiz, Movie Review
Art Exhibit
9 Sculpture 1, 2, 4
10 Photography 1, 2, 4
11 Music 1, 2, 4, 5
12 Drama 1, 2, 4, 6
13 Art Exhibit 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Printed Learning Resources Online Learning Resources

Tabotabo, Cladio V., Corpuz, Ronald M., Hidalgo, Ryan F. – Introduction

to Humanities and Basics of Art Appreciation 2013 https://ched.gov.ph/wp-
Gonzales, Carolina T. et. al. MAPEH in Action. Quezon City, Philippines content/uploads/2017/10/ARTAPPRECIATION.pdf
2008 https://www.rcampus.com/rubricshowc.cfm?sp=yes&code=A799
Gonzales, Carolina T. et. al. MAPEH Connections. Quezon City, A8&
Philippines 2011

Classroom Policies

General Policies

1. The required minimum number of quizzes for a 3-unit course is 3, and 4 for 4-unit course. No part of the final exam may be
considered as one quiz.
2. Cancellation of the lowest quiz is not allowed even if the number of quizzes exceeds the required minimum number of quizzes.
3. As a general policy, no special or make-up tests for missed exams other than the final examination will be given. However, a faculty

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member may give special exams for
a. approved absences (where the student concerned officially represented the University at some function or activity).
b. absences due to serious illness which require hospitalization, death in the family and other reasons which the faculty
member deems meritorious.
4. If a student missed two (2) examinations, then he/she will be required to take a make up for the second missed examination
5. If the student has no valid reason for missing an exam (for example, the student was not prepared to take the exam) then the student
receives 0% for the missed quiz.
6. Learning outputs are required and not optional to pass the course.
7. Mobile phones and other forms of communication devices should be on silent mode or turned off during class.
8. Students are expected to be attentive and exhibit the behavior of a mature and responsible individual during class. They are also
expected to come to class on time and prepared.
9. Sleeping, bringing in food and drinks, and wearing a cap and sunglasses in class are not allowed.
10. Students who wish to go to the washroom must politely ask permission and, if given such, they should be back in class within 5
minutes. Only one student at a time may be allowed to leave the classroom for this purpose.
11. Students who are absent from the class for 3 consecutive meetings or a maximum of 20% omission of the total hours will be dropped
from the course.
12. Only students who are officially enrolled in the course are allowed to attend the class meetings.
Consultation Hours Consultation hours with the student shall be held at Faculty Room Consultation Area from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
Prepared Reviewed


HEAD, College of Criminal Justice Education
Instructor Date: _______________________



Academics Vice President
Date: ________________________
Date: ________________________

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