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I. Layunin: ❖ Nakikilala angmga sangkap ng kulay tulad ng: ➢ Katawagan sa kulay (hue) ➢ Kapusyawan o kadiliman ng kulay (value or lightness and darkness of a color) ➢ Katingkaran o kalamlaman ng kulay (intensity or brightness and dullness of a color

II. Paksang-Aralin: Mga Sangkap ng kulay BEC PELC I. A .3.1 Umawit at Gumuhit V pah 103 Kagamitan: pangulay tulad ng krayola, color wheel

III. Pamamaraan: A. Panimulang Gawain: 1. Balik-aral: Pag-usapan kung anu-ano ang uri ng linya 2. Pagganyak: ➢ Anu-anong uri ng mga linya ang kailangan upaang makabuo ng geometrikong hugis?

B. Panlinang na Gawain: 1. Paglalahad: Pag-usapan ang mga natutunan ng mga bata sa ikaapat na baitang tungkol sa mga kulay.

2. Pagtalakay. a. Anu-ano ang pagkakaiba ng ng mga pangunahin, pangalawa at pangatlong kulay? b. Magbigay ng halimbawa ng bawat isa. c. Anu-ano ang mga katangian ng kulay na natutuhan niyo sa ikaapat na baiting?

3. Ganyakin ang mga bata para sa bagong aralin. Magpakita ng mga halimbawa ng kinulayang larawan tungkol sa sangkap ng kulay.

4. Ipaliwanag isa-isa ang mga sumusunod at magbigay ng mga halimbawa: ➢ Katawagan sa kulay (hue) ➢ Kapusyawan o kadiliman ng kulay (value or lightness and darkness of a color) ➢ Katingkaran o kalamlaman ng kulay (intensity or brightness and dullness of a color

C. Pangwakas na Gawain: 1. Paglalahat: ➢ Anu-ano ang sangkap ng kulay? ➢ Paano magagawang malamlam ang isang matingkad na kulay?

IV. Pagtataya: Malikhaing Sining 3. Gumuhit ng dalawang balangkas ng bulaklak. 4. Kulayan ng isang matingkad na kulay ang kabuuan ng dalawang bulaklak. 5. Kapag magkatulad…...

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