HANDICRAFT Curriculum Guide – K to 12 Home Economics Livelihood Track

HOME ECONOMICS – K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM GUIDE

Technology-Livelihood Education and Technical-Vocational Track specializations may be taken between Grades 9 to 12.
Schools may offer specializations from the four strands as long as the minimum number of hours for each specialization is met.

  • K to 12 LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION
  • JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY
  • SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL-LIVELIHOOD TRACK

HANDICRAFT (Macramé and Basketry) Curriculum Guide

Duration: 160 Hours

This course is designed for a high school student to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitude to perform the tasks for macramé and basketry.

It covers the core competencies of

  1. comprehensive knowledge of tools, commercial and indigenous materials, techniques and products in macramé and basket production;
  2. procedures in the production of products;
  3. macramé production; and
  4. basketry production.

The preliminaries of this specialization course include the following:

  1. core concepts in handicraft (macramé and basketry,
  2. discussion on the relevance of the course, and
  3. exploration of career opportunities as a craftsman.

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

1. Explain core concepts and principles in macramé and basketry
2. Discuss the relevance of the course
3. Explore business opportunities in macramé and basketry

QUARTER 1

LESSON 1: PREPARATION OF TOOLS AND MATERIALS FOR MACRAMÉ AND BASKETRY (TM)

LO 1. Trace the origin of macramé and basketry
1.1 Discuss history and development of macramé and basketry

LO 2. Enumerate different kinds of macramé and basketry products
2.1 Describe different products of macramé and basketry

LO 3. Select materials, tools and equipment in macramé and basketry
3.1 Identify materials, tools and equipment in macramé and basketry
3.2 Classify materials, tools and equipment used in macramé and basketry

LO 4. Use basic tools in macramé and basketry
4.1.Identify materials, tools and equipment for macramé and basketry
4.2.Explain the uses of materials, tools and equipment in macramé and basketry
4.3.Demonstrate proper use of materials, tools and equipment in macramé and basketry

LO 5. Differentiate the kinds of macramé knots and basketry weaving techniques and patterns
5.1.Identify the different macramé knots and basketry weaving techniques and patterns
5.2.Describe the different kinds of macramé knots and basketry weaving patterns
5.3.Select appropriate macramé knots and basketry weaving techniques and patterns
5.4.Demonstrate the different kinds of macramé knots and basketry weaving patterns

LO 6. Follow methods and procedures in making macramé and basketry products
6.1 Discuss different methods and procedures in making macramé and basketry products
6.2 Follow procedures and techniques in making macramé and basketry products

LO 7. Describe quality products of macramé and basketry
7.1.Discuss the different characteristics of quality macramé and basketry products
7.2.Explain importance of quality products of macramé and basketry
7.3.Develop criteria for evaluating quality products of macramé and basketry
7.4.Apply elements of art and principles of design
7.5.Select quality supply and materials for macramé and basketry products

QUARTER 2

LESSON 2: PROCESS IN THE PRODUCTION OF MACRAMÉ AND BASKETRY PROJECTS/PRODUCTS (PP)

LO 1. Produce quality macramé and basketry products
1.1 Discuss production of bags, baskets and belts
1.2 Make project proposal for making macramé and basketry products

LO 2. Calculate the cost of production and selling price of macramé and basketry products
2.1 Compute cost of raw materials
2.2 Compute for the selling price of the finished product

LO 3. Formulate criteria for evaluating macramé and basketry products

QUARTER 3

PERFORM MACRAMÉ PRODUCTION (MP)

LO 1. Plan a design for a macramé product
1.1 Discuss the design to be made
1.2 Choose a design
1.3 Sketch the design

LO 2. Get the measurement of the product to be made

LO 3. Produce the following macramé projects
3.1 Bag
3.2 Basket
3.3 Apply creativity in each product

LO 4. Package the finished project
4.1.Select appropriate quality
packaging material for finished project
4.2.Apply creativity in packaging
4.3.Arrange products for packaging

LO 5. Evaluate finished product (use rubrics)

LO 1. Plan a design for a basketry product

LO 2. Get the measurement of the product to be made

LO 3. Produce the following basketry projects
3.1 School bag
3.2 Market bag
3.3 Food tray
3.4 Apply creativity in each product

LO 4. Package the finished project
4.1.Select appropriate quality packaging material for finished project
4.2.Apply creativity in packaging
4.3.Arrange products for packaging

LO 5. Evaluate finished product (Use rubrics)

Source: K to 12 Home Economics – Handicraft Curriculum Guide

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