ILLUSTRATION (NC II) Curriculum Guide – K to 12 ICT

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY – 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

ILLUSTRATION (NC II) CURRICULUM GUIDE

Grade7/8 (Exploratory)

This is an exploratory and introductory course that leads to an Illustration National Certificate Level II (NC II).

It covers five (5) common competencies that a Grade7/8 Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) student ought to possess, namely:
1) use of tools;
2) maintaining tools, equipment, and paraphernalia;
3) performing mensuration and calculation;
4) interpreting technical drawing and design; and
5) practicing Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) procedures.

The preliminaries of this exploratory course include the following:
1) discussion of the relevance of the course,
2) explanation of key concepts relative to the course, and
3) exploration of career opportunities.

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

The learners…
1. Discuss the relevance of the course
2. Explain basic concepts, theories, and common competencies in Illustration
3. Explore opportunities for Illustration as a career

LESSON 1: PERSONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCIES (PECS)

LO 1. Recognize PECs needed in Illustration
1.1 Assess one’s PECs: characteristics, attributes, lifestyle, skills, traits
1.2 Assess practitioner’s: characteristics, attributes, lifestyle, skills, traits
1.3 Compare one’s PECs with those of a practitioner /entrepreneur
1.4 Align one’s PECs with those of a practitioner/entrepreneur

LESSON 2: ENVIRONMENT AND MARKET (EM)

LO 1. Generate a business idea that relates with a career choice in Illustration
1.1 Conduct SWOT analysis
1.2 Identify the different products/services available in the market
1.3 Compare different products/services in Illustration business
1.4 Determine the profile potential customers
1.5 Determine the profile potential competitors
1.6 Generate potential business idea based on the SWOT analysis

LESSON 3: USE OF HAND TOOLS (UT)

LO 1. Prepare hand tools and equipment in Illustration
1.1 List hand tools and equipment based on job requirement
1.2 Identify appropriate hand tools and equipment
1.3 Classify hand tools and equipment according to function and task requirement

LESSON 4: MAINTAIN HAND TOOLS, EQUIPMENT, AND PARAPHERNALIA (MT)

LO 1. Inspect hand tools and equipment received in Illustration
1.1 Check list of tools and equipment to be requested per job requirement
1.2 Inspect the condition of all the requested tools and equipment
1.3 Assess the hand tools and equipment for proper operation and safety

LO 2. Use and maintain hand tools, measuring instrument and equipment
2.1 Perform safety procedures in using hand tools and equipment
2.2 Follow procedures in cleaning illustration tools
2.3 Identify malfunction, unplanned or unusual events and report to property custodian

LESSON 5: PERFORM MENSURATION AND CALCULATION (MC)

LO 1. Select measuring instruments
1.1 Interpret object or component to be measured according to the appropriate regular geometric shape
1.2 Select measuring tools appropriate to the object to be measured based on job requirements
1.3 Obtain correct specification from relevant sources
1.4 Select appropriate measuring instruments according to job requirements
1.5 Use alternative measuring tools without sacrificing cost and quality of work

LO 2. Carry out mensuration and calculation
2.1 Perform calculation needed to complete task using the four mathematical fundamental operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division)
2.2 Employ different techniques in checking for the accuracy of the computation

LESSON 6: PREPARE AND INTERPRET TECHNICAL DRAWING (TD)

LO 1. Analyze signs, symbols, and data
1.1 Prepare tools and instruments used in illustration
1.2 Interpret signs, symbols, and data according to job specifications
1.3 Perform simple trade mathematical conversions

LO 2. Interpret illustration drawings and plans
2.1 Identify illustration tools and materials to be used in preparing a simple illustration
2.2 Identify dimensions and specifications according to job requirements

LESSON 7: PRACTICE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURE (OS)

LO 1. Identify hazards and risks
1.1 Follow OHS policies and procedures in identifying hazards and risks
1.2 Explain hazards and risks in the workplace
1.3 Identify hazards and risks indicators as prescribed by the manufacturer
1.4 Apply contingency measures in accordance with OHS procedures

LO 2. Evaluate and control hazards and risks
2.1 Determine the effects of hazards in the workplace
2.2 Identify the methods in controlling hazards and risks
2.3 Follow OHS procedures for controlling hazards and risks

LO 3.Maintain Occupational Health and Safety
3.1 Observe established procedures in responding to emergency-related drill
3.2 Fill up OHS personal records in accordance with workplace requirements

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY – ILLUSTRATION (NC II)

Duration: (160 hours)

This is a specialization course that leads to an Illustration National Certificate Level II (NC II). It covers three (3) core competencies that a high school student ought to possess, namely: 1) using lines to produce volumes, 2) creating drawings according to proportion, and 3) sourcing out of concept for own drawings.

The preliminaries of this specialization course include the following: 1) discussion of the relevance of the course, 2) explanation of key concepts relative to the course, and 3) exploration of career opportunities.

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

The learners…
1. Discuss the relevance of the course
2. Explain concepts, theories, and core competencies in Illustration
3. Explore opportunities for a career as Illustrator

LESSON 1: PERSONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCIES (PECS)

LO 1. Recognize PECs needed in Illustration
1.1 Assess one’s PECs: characteristics, attributes, lifestyle, skills, traits
1.2 Assess practitioner’s: characteristics, attributes, lifestyle, skills, traits
1.3 Compare one’s PECs with that of a practitioner/entrepreneur
1.4 Align one’s PECs with that of a practitioner/entrepreneur

LESSON 2: ENVIRONMENT AND MARKET (EM)

LO 1. Recognize and understand the market in Illustration
1.1 Identify the players/competitors within the town
1.2 Identify the different products/ services available in the market

LO 2. Recognize the potential customer/market in Illustration
2.1 Identify the profile of potential customers
2.2 Identify the customer’s needs and wants through consumer analysis
2.3 Conduct consumer/market analysis

LO 1. Draw basic shapes with illusion of volumes
1.1 Perform safety procedures in drawing basic shapes with illusion of volumes
1.2 Identify drawing tools and materials used in illustration
1.3 Select appropriate materials in accordance with illustration requirements
1.4 Draw basic shapes using lines
1.5 Explain the functions of lines in drawing
1.6 Draw lines in producing illusion of volumes

LO 2. Draw figures and objects from basic shapes
2.1 Perform safety procedures in drawing figures and objects from basic shapes
2.2 Identify appropriate drawing tools and materials in accordance with illustration requirements
2.3 Follow the elements of designs in drawing figures and objects
2.4 Apply the correct proportions when drawing figures and objects
2.5 Derive figures and objects from basic shapes

LESSON 4: CREATING DRAWINGS ACCORDING TO PROPORTION (DP)

LO 1. Draw basic shapes in proportion with illustration requirement
1.1 Perform safety procedures in drawing basic shapes in proportion with illustration requirements
1.2 Identify appropriate tools and materials in accordance to illustration requirement
1.3 Observe the importance of proportion in drawing
1.4 Explain the proper proportion in drawing
1.5 Layout figures and objects according to illustration requirement

LO 2. Draw figures and objects in proportion with illustration requirement
2.1 Perform safety procedures in drawing figures and objects in proportion with illustration requirements
2.2 Identify appropriate drawing tools and materials in accordance to illustration requirements
2.3 Draw isometric objects
2.4 Enhance drawing using toner range and linear marks
2.5 Clean up illustration

LO 3. Draw human figures
1.1 Perform safety procedures in drawing human figures
1.2 Identify appropriate tools and materials in drawing human figures in accordance with the illustration requirement
1.3 Draw human figures following proper proportion
1.4 Layout human figures
1.5 Draw different facial expressions and body parts movements of human figures

LESSON 5: SOURCING-OUT CONCEPT FOR OWN DRAWINGS (SD)

LO 1. Source out concepts for own drawings
1.1 Perform safety procedures in sourcing out concept for one’s drawings
1.2 Identify sources of information and relevant ideas to enrich one’s own concept in drawings
1.3 Collect sources of information and relevant ideas for one’s own concept in drawings
1.4 Interpret concept generated from drawings
1.5 Abide with IPR Laws when developing concept for own drawing
1.6 Reference collected information that helped in the development of the drawing

LO 2. Review information for application to own work
2.1 Review information used to clarify ideas for the concept
2.2 Consider theoretical concepts in one’s drawing
2.3 Choose the final concept based on the sourced-out information
2.4 Apply elements and principles of design in one’s own work

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY – ILLUSTRATION (NC II)

Duration: (160 hours)

This is a specialization course that leads to an Illustration National Certificate Level II (NC II). It covers two (2) core competencies that a high school student ought to possess, namely: 1) using drawing techniques to represent the object of idea; and 2) preparing, storing, and maintaining finished work.

The preliminaries of this specialization course include the following: 1) discussion of the relevance of the course, 2) explanation of key concepts relative to the course, and 3) exploration of career opportunities.

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

The learners…
1. Discuss the relevance of the course
2. Explain concepts, theories, and competencies in Illustration
3. Explore opportunities for a career as Illustrator

LESSON 1: PERSONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCIES – PECs (PC)

LO 1. Develop and strengthen PECs needed in Illustration
1.1 Identify areas for improvement, development, and growth
1.2 Align one’s PECs according to his/her business/career choice
1.3 Create a plan of action that ensures success of his/her business/career choice

LESSON 2: ENVIRONMENT AND MARKET (EM)

LO 1. Develop a product/service in Illustration
1.1 Identify what is of “Value” to the customer
1.2 Identify the customer to sell to
1.3 Explain what makes a product unique and competitive
1.4 Apply creativity and innovative techniques to develop marketable product
1.5 Employ a Unique Selling Proposition (USP) to the product/service

LO 2. Select a business idea based on the criteria and techniques set
2.1 Enumerate various criteria and steps in selecting a business idea
2.2 Apply the criteria/steps in selecting a viable business idea
2.3 Determine a business idea based on the criteria/techniques set

LO 3. Develop a brand for the product
3.1 Identify the benefits of having a good brand
3.2 Enumerate recognizable brands in the town/province
3.3 Enumerate the criteria for developing a brand
3.4 Generate a clear and appealing product brand

LESSON 3: USING DRAWING TECHNIQUES TO REPRESENT OBJECT OR IDEA (DO)

LO 1. Prepare for drawing
1.1 Perform safety procedures in drawing objects
1.2 Identify tools and materials required in drawing
1.3 Select appropriate tools and materials to represent object or idea in drawing

LO 2. Use basic drawing techniques
2.1 Perform safety procedures when using basic drawing techniques
2.2 Explore different graphic software
2.3 Apply a range of techniques to come up with interpretation of objects or ideas
2.4 Use tools and materials safely
2.5 Use digital methods in drawing

LESSON 4: PREPARING FOR STORAGE AND MAINTENANCE OF FINISHED WORK (SM)

LO1. Assess finished work for storage
1.1 Perform safety procedures in assessing finished work for storage
1.2 Determine the criteria for the selection of finished work to be stored following the storage requirements
1.3 Assess finished and selected work based on the identified criteria for storage
1.4 Determine the storage requirements for selected finished work based on the identified criteria

LO 2. Store finished work
2.1 Perform safety procedures when storing finished work
2.2 Select protective materials and conditions for storage
2.3 Organize finished work for storage
2.4 Apply protective materials on finished work before storing
2.5 Store finished works in allocated or selected storage space following company standard operating procedure and criteria

LO 3. Maintain stored work
3.1 Perform safety procedures in maintaining stored work
3.2 Maintain accurate and complete records of stored finished work
3.3 Monitor and evaluate the condition of stored finished work in accordance with the requirements for different types of work

Source: K to 12 Information and Communications Technology—Illustration (NC II) Curriculum Guide

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