Introduction to Picture Making Course Outline

INTRODUCTION TO PICTURE MAKING

CONTEXT

There has been no well-coordinate effort to train teachers for the TVET (Visual Arts) sector. Teacher from the collages of Education were largely ‘generalist’ teacher with little or no orientation in the TVET (Visual Arts) domain. This course is designed to equip student teachers with specialization in visual arts. This will prepare the students to practice and teach visual art (Introduction in Picture Making) well at Junior Secondary School level.

Course Title INTRODUCTION TO PICTURE MAKING

Course Code EBS 275 Course Level: 200 Credit Value: 2 Semester  2

Pre-requisit3. Arts and Creativity in Early Grade Education and Arts and Creativity in Upper Primary Education

Course Delivering Mode

Face-to- face

 

Practical Activity

 

Work-Base Learning

 

Seminars

 

Independent Study

 

e-learning opportunities

Practicum

 

Course Description for significant learning (indicate NTS, NTECF, BSC, GLE to be addressed

This course is designed to introduce students teacher to history of painting, object drawing and composition, figure drawing and painting, landscape drawing I (dry media), landscape drawing II (wet media), mixed media and abstract painting.  In view of that, student teachers will research into systematic developments of painting in different cultures (Europe, Africa and Asia) from prehistoric through medieval, renaissance, modern, postmodern and contemporary periods. It will also equip students with knowledge of themes, materials, tools, methods, techniques and philosophies that characterise each period, as well as the profile and artistic achievements of personalities that featured prominently in those periods. Practical work concerning drawing, painting, and the use of different media would be emphasized. It will be delivered through lectures, class discussions, individual and group assignments and seminar presentations.

With a support from mentor, student teachers collaborate, with 2-4 teachers per a class to plan for and work with a small group or individual pupils, beginning to acquire the ability to consider children’s learning, backgrounds and experience. NTECF; NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14.

Course Learning Outcome: including INDICATORS for each learning outcome

Outcomes:

CLO 1. Understand the history of painting from prehistoric through medieval, renaissance, modern, post-modern and contemporary periods. NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

 

CLO 2 Understand Techniques in Picture Making NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

 

CLO 3 Demonstrate knowledge and skills in object drawing and composition. NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

 

CLO 4. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in figure drawing and painting NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

Indicators:

1.1 Discuss the history of painting from prehistoric through medieval, renaissance, modern, post-modern and contemporary periods. well as the profile and artistic achievements of personalities that featured prominently in those periods 1.2 Describe themes, materials, tools, methods, techniques and philosophies that characterise each period

 

2.2 Demonstrate various Picture Making techniques

3.1 Draw object and make composition base on different themes

4.1 Draw and paint human and animal figures on different themes.

 

CLO 5. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in landscape drawing (Dry media) NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

CLO 6.  Demonstrate knowledge and skills in landscape drawing (Wet media) NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

CLO 7. Demonstrate knowledge and skills mixed media. NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p1

CLO 8. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in abstract painting NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

5.1 Draw landscapes (sea scape, market scene, at the lorry park etc.) and render them in dry media: pencil, pastel, charcoal etc.

6.1 Draw landscapes (sea scape, market scene, at the lorry park etc.) and render them in wet media: water colour, acrylic, oil etc.

7.1 Make pictures by using different materials (media): sand, wood, shells, stones, leather etc.

8.1 Make abstract painting base on themes

Course Content Unit: Topics: Sub-topics: Teaching and learning activities to achieve learning outcomes

1 History of Painting

 

Europe, Africa and Asia history of painting

Student teachers do research and present on Europe, Africa and Asia history of painting

Lecturer discusses the key concept with the students.

Techniques in Picture Making

Mosaic, collage, Marquetery etc.

Discuss the various techniques in Picture Making with the student teachers.

Demonstrate how the techniques are achieved

2 Object drawing and Composition

Composition of objects

Discusses the concept of composition with student teachers

Make compositions of objects base on different themes.

3 Figure Drawing and Painting

Discusses the concept of figure drawing with student teachers. Emphasises on anatomical studies of human and animals’ figures.

Draw and paint human beings base on different themes.

4 Landscape Drawing (Dry media)

Discusses the concept of landscape drawing.

Draw landscapes (sea scape, market scene, at the lorry park etc.) and render them in dry media: pencil, pastel, charcoal etc.

5 Landscape Drawing (Wet media)

Discusses the concept of landscape drawing.

Draw landscapes (sea scape, market scene, at the lorry park etc.) and render them in wet media: water colour, acrylic, oil etc.

6 Mixed media

Discusses the concept of mixed media composition.

Make composition by using different materials (media)

7 Abstract painting

Discusses the concept of abstract painting

Make abstract painting base on different themes.

Course Assessment Components (Educative assessment of, for and as Learning)

Assessment component I (formative):

Assess learning Outcomes: CLO unit 1

 

Weighting:

Assignment 10%

Presentation 10%

Project 10%

Quizzes 10%

 

Assessment component II (summative):

Assess learning Outcomes: CLO units 1-7

 

Weighting:

Examination 60%

 

Instructional Resource

Text books, computer, projector, journals, water colour, acrylics paint, oil paint etc.

Required Text (core)

Chaplin, M. (2005). Complete book of drawing and painting. London: Archturus Publication Limited

Additional Readings

Barber, B. (2005). Advanced drawing skills: A course in artistic excellence.  New York: New Barnes & Noble

Ching, F. D. K. (1990). Drawing, a creative process. New York: Van Nostrand  Reinhold.

Civardi, G. (2002). Drawing portrait. Italy: Search Press Ltd.

Raynes, J. & Raynes, J. (2004). How to draw the human figure: A complete guide.

UK: Parragon Publication.

 

INTRODUCTION TO PICTURE MAKING

CONTEXT

There has been no well-coordinate effort to train teachers for the TVET (Visual Arts) sector. Teacher from the collages of Education were largely ‘generalist’ teacher with little or no orientation in the TVET (Visual Arts) domain. This course is designed to equip student teachers with specialization in visual arts. This will prepare the students to practice and teach visual art (Introduction in Picture Making) well at Junior Secondary School level.

Course Title INTRODUCTION TO PICTURE MAKING

Course Code EBS 275 Course Level: 200 Credit Value: 2 Semester  2

Pre-requisit3. Arts and Creativity in Early Grade Education and Arts and Creativity in Upper Primary Education

Course Delivering Mode

Face-to- face

X

Practical Activity

X

Work-Base Learning

X

Seminars

X

Independent Study

X

e-learning opportunities

Practicum

Course Description for significant learning (indicate NTS, NTECF, BSC, GLE to be addressed

This course is designed to introduce students teacher to history of painting, object drawing and composition, figure drawing and painting, landscape drawing I (dry media), landscape drawing II (wet media), mixed media and abstract painting.  In view of that, student teachers will research into systematic developments of painting in different cultures (Europe, Africa and Asia) from prehistoric through medieval, renaissance, modern, postmodern and contemporary periods. It will also equip students with knowledge of themes, materials, tools, methods, techniques and philosophies that characterise each period, as well as the profile and artistic achievements of personalities that featured prominently in those periods. Practical work concerning drawing, painting, and the use of different media would be emphasized. It will be delivered through lectures, class discussions, individual and group assignments and seminar presentations.

With a support from mentor, student teachers collaborate, with 2-4 teachers per a class to plan for and work with a small group or individual pupils, beginning to acquire the ability to consider children’s learning, backgrounds and experience. NTECF; NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14.

Course Learning Outcome: including INDICATORS for each learning outcome

Outcomes:

CLO 1. Understand the history of painting from prehistoric through medieval, renaissance, modern, post-modern and contemporary periods. NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

 

 

 

 

CLO 2Understand Techniques in Picture Making NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

 

CLO 3 Demonstrate knowledge and skills in object drawing and composition. NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

 

CLO 4. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in figure drawing and painting NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

Indicators:

1.1 Discuss the history of painting from prehistoric through medieval, renaissance, modern, post-modern and contemporary periods. well as the profile and artistic achievements of personalities that featured prominently in those periods 1.2 Describe themes, materials, tools, methods, techniques and philosophies that characterise each period

 

2.2 Demonstrate various Picture Making techniques

 

3.1 Draw object and make composition base on different themes

 

 

4.1 Draw and paint human and animal figures on different themes.

 

 

 

 

CLO 5. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in landscape drawing (Dry media) NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

 

 

CLO 6.  Demonstrate knowledge and skills in landscape drawing (Wet media) NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

 

 

CLO 7. Demonstrate knowledge and skills mixed media. NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p1

CLO 8. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in abstract painting NTS 1b, le lg, p12: 2c, 2e, p 13, 3d, 3e, 3f, p14

 

5.1 Draw landscapes (sea scape, market scene, at the lorry park etc.) and render them in dry media: pencil, pastel, charcoal etc.

 

 

6.1 Draw landscapes (sea scape, market scene, at the lorry park etc.) and render them in wet media: water colour, acrylic, oil etc.

 

 

7.1 Make pictures by using different materials (media): sand, wood, shells, stones, leather etc.

 

 

8.1 Make abstract painting base on themes

Course Content Unit: Topics: Sub-topics: Teaching and learning activities to achieve learning outcomes

1 History of Painting

 

Europe, Africa and Asia history of painting

Student teachers do research and present on Europe, Africa and Asia history of painting

Lecturer discusses the key concept with the students.

Techniques in Picture Making

Mosaic, collage, Marquetery etc.

Discuss the various techniques in Picture Making with the student teachers.

Demonstrate how the techniques are achieved

2 Object drawing and Composition

 

Composition of objects

Discusses the concept of composition with student teachers

Make compositions of objects base on different themes.

3 Figure Drawing and Painting

 

 

Discusses the concept of figure drawing with student teachers. Emphasises on anatomical studies of human and animals’ figures.

Draw and paint human beings base on different themes.

4 Landscape Drawing (Dry media)

Discusses the concept of landscape drawing.

Draw landscapes (sea scape, market scene, at the lorry park etc.) and render them in dry media: pencil, pastel, charcoal etc.

 

 

5 Landscape Drawing (Wet media)

Discusses the concept of landscape drawing.

Draw landscapes (sea scape, market scene, at the lorry park etc.) and render them in wet media: water colour, acrylic, oil etc.

 

 

6 Mixed media

 

Discusses the concept of mixed media composition.

Make composition by using different materials (media)

7 Abstract painting

 

Discusses the concept of abstract painting

Make abstract painting base on different themes.

Course Assessment Components (Educative assessment of, for and as Learning)

Assessment component I (formative):

Assess learning Outcomes: CLO unit 1

 

Weighting:

Assignment 10%

Presentation 10%

Project 10%

Quizzes 10%

 

Assessment component II (summative):

Assess learning Outcomes: CLO units 1-7

 

Weighting:

Examination 60%

 

Instructional Resource

Text books, computer, projector, journals, water colour, acrylics paint, oil paint etc.

Required Text (core)

Chaplin, M. (2005). Complete book of drawing and painting. London: Archturus Publication Limited

Additional Readings

Barber, B. (2005). Advanced drawing skills: A course in artistic excellence.  New York: New Barnes & Noble

Ching, F. D. K. (1990). Drawing, a creative process. New York: Van Nostrand  Reinhold.

Civardi, G. (2002). Drawing portrait. Italy: Search Press Ltd.

Raynes, J. & Raynes, J. (2004). How to draw the human figure: A complete guide.

UK: Parragon Publication.

 

 

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