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CURRICULUM FOR ART TEACHER DIPLOMA (JD) Scheme : A DURATION : TWO YEARS

PATTERN : YEARLY TYPE : FULL TIME

(To be implemented from the Academic Year 2008 – 2009) ELIGIBILITY : HSC (ANY) + Intermediate Grade Examination

MAHARASHTRA STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION (AUTONOMOUS) ISO 9001:2000 Certified

49, Kherwadi, Aliyawer Jung Marg, Mumbai – 400 051


MAHARASHTRA STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, MUMBAI TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME FOR DIPLOMA COURSES. COURSE NAME : ART TEACHER DIPLOMA COURSE CODE : JD DURATION OF COURSE : TWO YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 2008-09 YEAR / SEMESTER : FIRST YEAR DURATION : 38 WEEKS FULL TIME / PART TIME : FULL TIME SCHEME : A SR. NO.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

SUBJECT TITLE

Allied Visual Art $ Nature & Manmade Drawing Design - I Design - II Art Appreciation & Art Expression Theory of Education & Psychology I Educational Practices/Project Computer Graphics Professional Practices

SUBJECT CODE

TEACHING SCHEME

EXAMINATION SCHEME TH

SPE

TW

TH

TU

PR

PAPER HRS

Max

Min

SPE Hours

Max

Min

Max

Min

10507

-

-

05

-

-

-

03

#100

40

50@

20

50

10508

-

-

05

-

-

-

06

#100

40

50@

20

50

10509 10510

-

-

06 04

-

-

-

06 06

#100 #100

40 40

50@ 50@

20 20

50 50

10511

03

-

-

03

100

40

-

-

-

-

-

50

10512

03

-

-

03

100

40

-

-

-

-

-

50

-

-

-

02

-

-

-

-

-

-

50@

20

--

06

-

02 05 29

--

200

--

--

400

--

50@ 50@ 350

20 20 --

--100

TOTAL

SW

Student contact hours per week (formal teaching): 35 hrs. (Including 5 Hours for Professional Practices) Theory and practical periods of 60 minutes each. TOTAL MARKS : 1050 Abbreviations: TH - Theory, TU - Tutorial, PR - Practical, TW -Term Work, # - External, @ - Internal, $ - Common with Foundation. Assessment of Practical, Oral & Term work to be done as per the prevailing norms of curriculum implementation & assessment. SW:- The term end examination shall be of 50 marks (Theory or Practical).Total of all subject SW marks will be converted out of 100 marks. The marks scored out of 100 will be carried in the Marks sheet. • Allied Visual Art Subject contains Units of 1) Memory Drawing 2) Perspective Drawing 3) Calligraphy 4) Print Making 5) Indoor & Outdoor sketching. • SPE will be only on Memory Drawing • Medium of Instruction is Marathi Or English 1


Course Name : Art Teacher Diploma Course code

: JD

Year

: First

Subject Title

: Allied Visual Art

Subject Code :

10507

Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme

Examination Scheme

TH

PR

PAPER HRS

TH

SPE HRS

SPE

TW

SW

--

05

--

--

03*

100#

50@

50

•

SPE paper will be based on Memory Drawing Only.

SW:- The term end examination shall be of 50 marks (Theory or Practical) and will be converted out of total 100 marks. The marks scored out of 100 will be carried in the Marks sheet. Hrs for Topic SPE 1. MEMORY DRAWING 50 2. PERSPECTIVE DRAWING 35 3. CALLIGRAPHY 35 4. PRINT MAKING 35 5. OUTDOOR SKETCHING 35 TOTAL 190

1. MEMORY DRAWING Skills: To be developed: 1) 2)

Draw through retaining and recalling experiences from memory. Render the complexity of vision through light and shades based on indoor and outdoor sketching.

3)

Subjects which can be useful for realistic drawing and painting.

4)

Study of different expression and movements of men and animals.

5)

To increase the awareness of subject by using drawing of different objects.

6)

Use of background and foreground based on perspective.

7)

Use of different mediums and papers. 2


Studio Practice Assignments: Assignments – 9

Total Hours 50

1) Memory drawing in class room – subject based on daily class room activity. 2) Memory drawing based on a drama to be performed with in the class – after observing such drama actual drawings are required to be made. 3) Memory drawing based on scenes from public places / home activities. 4) Memory drawing of human and animals figures with subjective background and foreground. 5) Memory drawing based on one point perspective. 6) Memory drawing based on two point perspective. 7) Memory drawing of elements given such as various kind of benches, lights etc. with a subjective background suitable for such element. 8) Memory drawing (Story book) based on any story selected by individual student. 9) Memory drawing from the visualization based on atmospheric scenes like a festival, celebrations, seasons etc. Stress should be given on expressions of figures drawn in such scene. Criteria for Assessment of assignments – Assignments 1 2

Qualities to be Assessed Remembering maximum details, overall proportion, and expression of actions through drawing. Handling of the medium and force of line/ Strokes

Marks 05 05

Strategies for implementation: 1) Time bound observation, recollection and drawing exercises to develop drawing and memory skills. Students should be encouraged to remember everything they have learnt / seen in the classroom as well as outdoors, co-ordinate the essence of all subjects, experiences of daily-life. Self-expression is most important more than realism. Drawing should communicate with onlooker. 4) Since experiencing Perspective is an every day phenomenon, Perspective must be Imbibed in every subject pertaining to drawing. Not only in realistic drawing, but also in Memory Drawing while visualizing and creating an atmosphere. 5) Special attention should be given to make the students understand various eye-levels & foreground - background

2. PERSPECTIVE DRAWING Skills: To be developed: 3


Handling of instrument (T-square set squares, Ruler on drawing board.) Develop observational skills to create proportionately correct structural drawing (Specimens of basic solids and various planes). Understanding of Mechanical Parallel (one Point) Angular (Two Point – Three Point) Perspective and be able to construct the manmade objects mechanically. Use knowledge of Fundamentals of Perspective – Such as Dimensioning, Foreshortening, Convergence, Overlapping, Details & patterns, Background and foreground and Aerial perspective. Studio Practice Assignments: Minimum 10 Sr. No 01 02 03 04 05 06

Total Hrs.- 35

Name of the Topic Solid geometry and orthographic projection Eye levels One point (Parallel) Two point (Angular) Three point (Angular) Freehand (observative and / Imaginative)

Assignments 1 1 2 2 2 2 TOTAL 10

Marks 10 10 20 20 20 20 100

Criteria for assessment of assignments: Qualities to be Assessed

Marks out of 10

Drawing skills, Observation , Accuracy,

08

Neatness

02

Strategies for implementation: Since experiencing Perspective is an every day phenomenon, Perspective must be imbibed in every subject pertaining to drawing • Not only in realistic drawing, but also in Design 2D / 3D while preparing simplified shapes. • Special attention should be given to make the students understand eyelevel – Horizontal line and picture plane. Learning Resources: Books: Sr. No. 01

Author Joseph D’Amelio

Title Perspective

Drawing 4

Publisher Hand Tudor

Publishing

Company


02

Milind Mullick

book Perspective Drawing

New York N.Y Jotsna Prakashan, Pune.

3. CALLIGRAPHY Skills: To be developed: 1) Write in beautiful handwriting in Devnagri and Roman scripts. 2) Write various scripts. 3) Make attractive layouts for different needs (Certificates, Invitations etc.) 4) Create new styles of writing. Studio Practice Assignments:

Hours – 35

Minimum Assignments - 10 Sr. No.

Assignments based on

Hours

No. of Assignment

1

Basic strokes for Devnagri and Roman script – each assignment on various scripts should contain minimum 10 to 15 sheets each.

10

2

2

Study of various script styles

7

2

3

Simultaneous judgment of composition of letters, spacing, organization, intuitive and logical planning of writing

8

2

4

Development of own script

10

3

35

10

Total Criteria for Assessment of assignments: Sr. No 1. 2. 3. 4.

Quality / Skill Accuracy of basic strokes Beauty of writing Layout planning and spacing presentation Total Marks

Marks 3 3 2 2 10

Strategies for implementation: Importance and heritage of script writing must be explained to the students with presentations of available book references, art plates etc. Students must be asked to maintain cleanliness while completing assignments. Reference materials like Graphitti column seen in news papers, advertisements etc. must be referred to explain the beauty of writing. Demonstrations of expert calligraphers should be arranged. Learning Resources: 5


Books: Sr. No 01 02

Author Akshar Lekhan Speedball co, inc. USA

Title Achyut palav Lettering styles & scripts.

4. PRINT MAKING Skills: To be developed: 1) Take impressions of various surfaces (natural and man made) 2) Differentiate and select them for use in work 3) Use different methods of printing (relief, Planographic, stencil printing) Studio Practice Assignments: Assignments – 8 Sr.No.

Hours - 35 Assignments based on

Hours

No. of Sheets

1

Rubbings and prints of various vegetables

07

04

2

Mono prints :While printing use the principles of design(Materials-Glass, Water etc)

08

04

3

Wood cut (Relief Printing), Forex, lino & others

10

02

4

Printing Process(Stencil) use forms from nature and object

04

01

5

Block printing(Textile based) :Repetition in the manner of textile printing

06

01

Criteria for Assessment of assignments: Sr. No 1. 2. 3. 4.

Quality / Skill Skill in taking prints Selection of proper textures Distribution of space (composition) Presentation Total

Marks 3 3 2 2 10

Strategies for implementation: 1

Importance textures as a design element must be explained to the students with presentations of available book references, art plates etc.

2

Students must be asked to maintain cleanliness while completing assignments.

3

Demonstrations of expert graphic artist may be arranged.

6


5. OUTDOOR SKETCHING. Skills: To be developed:: 1) Understand elements like shape form, space, depth, perspective (Eye levels) and volume in relation with positive areas and negative spaces for out door sketching 2) Acquire ability to retain and recall images of objects/ natural specimens by keen observation by exploring blind contours, contours, gestures, rapid sketches and time sketches and structural drawings. 3) Observe and study light, shapes and shadows during different phases of the day, understand colours, tonal values, colour casts in morning / evening and in various seasons. 4) Use various textured surfaces, aerial perspective, while sketching and landscaping outdoors with various media on variety of papers of different colours and textures. 5) Use the relevant characteristics of specific natural / man made specimens, human figures and acquire the skills of drawing/ rendering realistic as possible in relation with various eye levels. Studio Practice assignments: Assignments - 6

Total Hours - 35

Sr. No 1

2

3

Assigmt

Name of The Topic Knowing various styles- ways of drawing in different media and sketches made on different papers based on such knowledge. Fundamentals of seeing retaining and recalling images with structural understanding and sketches of different places such as Streets, Market, Stations etc. to be made on such knowledge. Understanding the volume & masses, perception of shade & light in black & white as well as in colour. Then the sketched of Nature based on such knowledge.

01

Min. 10 sheets & 1 Landscape

Marks

10

Min. 10 sheets 01

& 1 Landscape

10

Min. 10 sheets 01

4

Sketches of Animals – pet & wild, Birds.

01

5

Sketches of Human figure in action.

01

6

Sketches of Buildings, Streets, old monuments, temples etc.

01

7

No. of Sheets

& 1 Landscape Min. 10 sheets & 1 Landscape Min. 10 sheets & 1 Landscape Min. 10 sheets

10

10

10 10


& 1 Landscape 06

Total

8

--

60


Guidelines for Assignments1) Draw various natural/ manmade objects in different angles- single, as well as in group. 2) Draw various natural/ manmade objects at different eye level in different styles/ ways of drawing Gesture, Mass, Contraction, Structural drawings. 3) Draw natural specimen parts of tress, bushes plants, or grass etc. in various styleGestures, Time sketches, in relation with positive areas and negative spaces. 4) Retain and recall images by keen observation, Blind contours, contours, rapid sketches with relevant characteristics, suggestive of the identity of the subject (birds, animals, human figures furniture etc.) 5) Perception of eye level- horizon line, correct perspective shade and light in black & white and colour (Oil pastels, water colour, inks etc.) Criteria for assessment of assignments: Assignments

1 to 6

Nature of Assessment

Marks

Handling of the medium and force of line / strokes.

03

Observation, Realism, Shade & Light

04 03

Selection of angle/ view Total Strategies for implementation: 1) Work in the studio / outdoor will be heavily supplemented by demonstrations by faculty, guest artists. 2) Occasional field trips to places of interest are to be arranged. 3) To create interest in the subject, organize nature walk at parks etc. and annual excursion / study tour.

9

10


Course Name

: Art Teacher Diploma

Course code

: JD

Year

: First

Subject Title

: Nature & Man Made Drawing

Subject Code

: 10508

Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme

Examination Scheme

TH

PR

PAPER HRS

TH

SPE HRS

SPE

SW

TW

--

05

--

--

06

100#

50

50@

SW:- The term end examination shall be of 50 marks (Theory or Practical) and will be converted out of total 100 marks. The marks scored out of 100 will be carried in the Marks sheet. SKILLS: To be developed: 1. Learn & acquire basic structural drawing skills using various tools and media. 2. Understand elements like shape, form, space, perspective and volume to express the same through structural drawing 3. Develop the perceptual and technical skill to successfully represent three dimensional form and space on two dimensional surfaces 4. Perceive and understand the complexities of structural drawing, colour and texture. Content: Theory Note:- Theory contents are to be covered in practical period before giving assignments. 1. Introduction (Purpose and importance of nature drawing) 2. Difference between natural and manmade object 3. Scope and limitations of tools and media. 4. Introduction to three dimensional drawing. 5. Introduction to texture. 6. Introduction to shade and light.

10


Studio Practical Assignments: Sr. No.

Contents

Hrs.

Use of various mediums and tools on paper 1:1 Elements: Line types Basic shapes Free forms Tools: 1

1.1

Pencil

1.2

Colour Markers/ Pencils

1.3

Pen and ink

1.4

Brushes

20

(Five sheets of each tools on above mentioned elements) (Min10 sheets to be drawn to develop practice of handling tools out of which 2 sheets of each tool should be treated as term submission.) 2) Representation of Various forms 2:1

Cone: Contours, structural drawing

2.2

Sphere: Contours, structural drawing

2.3

Cylinder: Contours, structural drawing

(e.g. any fruit or vegetable and man made object with above mentions form) 2

28 (Five sheets of each tools on above mentioned elements) (Min15 sheets to be drawn to develop practice of handling tools out of which 2 sheets of each tool should be treated as term submission.) Medium: Pencil, Charcoal and Ink Representative of various types of Rendering

3

3:1

Line shading (vertical, horizontal, cross, stocks, goggling)

3:2

Dot shading

3:3

Mass shading

30

Use above types of shading for depiction of one natural and manmade object. (Five sheets of each tools on above mentioned elements) (Min 15 sheets to be drawn to develop practice of handling tools out of which 11


2 sheets of each tool should be treated as term submission.) Arrange the suitable group of manmade and natural objects in following Assignments. Representation of various types of textures and materials. 4.1

Translucent and transparent - e.g. Tomato, grapes and also man made objects like bath soaps, candle, glass object etc.

4

4:2

Opaque natural objects - like apple, Banana etc. and also

4.3

Smooth man made objects. (Such as man made objects like Plastic,

38

earthen pots or wooden objects. 4.4

Transparent Manmade Objects Medium: Pencil and Water Colour

Representation of various types of smooth surface textures and materials –I 5

Use any one fruit or vegetable and man made objects with texture – min. 1 each

12

Medium: Pencil and Poster Colour Representation of various types of rough texture and materials -II 6

Use any fruit or vegetable and man made objects with texture – min. 1 each

12

Medium: Pencil and Acrylic colour 7

Seasonal Vegetables with suitable manmade object – min. 1 each

12

Medium: Pencil and Colours Observe and render man made objects like cold drink bottles, Tooth Paste with Box, Soap with Wrapper etc. with suitable nature object to create a

8

theme (Perspective of product as well as lettering element on the project also should be neatly drawn)

16

– min. 1 each

Medium: Pencil and Colours Observe and render group of textural vegetable, and textural man made 9

object

16

Medium: Pencil and Colours 10

Suitable group of nature and man made objects

16

Medium: Pencil and Colours Total

12

190


Strategies for implementation 1. Student should be made to understand theoretical concepts of above components 2. Teacher should demonstrate concept of drawing and rendering of colours & mediums. 3. Students should be shown various types of renderings done by world renowned painters by using slides from the books, art plates available and presentation available on Internet. 4. Demonstrations should be arranged at least from two local artists / experts / faculty.

13


Course Name : Art Teacher Diploma Course code : JD Year

: First

Subject Title : Design-I Subject Code : 10509 Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme

Examination Scheme

TH

PR

TH

SPE HRS

SPE

TW

SW

--

06

--

06

100

50@

50

SW:- The term end examination shall be of 50 marks (Theory or Practical) and will be converted out of total 100 marks. The marks scored out of 100 will be carried in the Marks sheet. Objective: The students will be able to 1. Understand space division. 2. Identify, differentiate and select elements of design. 3. Select forms, shapes for design. 4. Understand principles of design. 5. Use pictorial space and forms effectively. 6. Use media & tools skillfully. 7. Make effective presentation. 8. Understand methods of appreciation of art work on the basis of elements and principles. Contents: Part -I Fundamentals of Art: Theory Chapter Name of the Topic 1.1 Elements of Visual Art Awareness and use of elements in Art Elements – a) Line b) Shape / Form d) Colour

Hours

c) Tone

e) Texture

1.2 Line – Types, Meaning, Application 01

1.3 Shape and Form

10

• Natural Forms • Geometrical • Decorative • Abstract 1.4 Form & Space a) positive b) negative 1.5 Tint, Tone & Shade 14


Colour: 2.1 Colour Theory -

1) Light Colour Theory 2) Pigment Colour Theory

2.2 Colour Wheel – 12 Parts Colour wheel a) Primary Colours b) Secondary Colours c) Tertiary Colours d) Quaternary Colours e) Intermediate Colours 2.3 Grey Scale Low key, Middle key, High key Low contrast, Middle contrast, High contrast 2.4 Different Colour Harmonies 02

15

a) Achromatic b) Mono Chromatic •

Warm Colour Scheme

Cool Colour Scheme

Analogous Colour Scheme

Complementary Colour Scheme

Double Complementary Colour Scheme

Split Complementary Colour Scheme

Double Split Complementary Colour Scheme

Triad Colour Scheme

2.5 Texture a) Tactile b) Visual Principles of Design

03

a) Repetition

b) Variety

c) Contrast

d) Radiation

e) Rhythm

f) Balance

g) Gradation

h) Domination & Subordination

j) Proportion

k) Transition

l) Harmony

m) Unity

n) Space

o) Golden mean

Studio Practical Assignments: Prepare a booklet of 1/8 Imperial Size (11 X 7.5”) consisting of suitable assignment on different sub topics- Diagrams, Illustrations & Specimen Collections covered in chapter 1, 2 & 3.

15

10

33


Prepare a booklet of 1/8 Imperial Size (11 X 7.5”) consisting of suitable assignment on different sub topics- Diagrams, Illustrations & Specimen Collections covered in chapter 1, 2 & 3. The booklet shall be of 16 to 20 Sheets. Each sheet is to be assessed for 10 marks Analyze any great piece of work created by world renowned painter using the studies of principle and prepare a report. – 20 Marks TOTAL

68

Strategies for Implementation: Teacher should explain with books & available art plates, displays etc. Teacher must ensure that student understand Concepts & Principles of designing with suitable examples. Teacher must arrange an annual visit to local / state or national level exhibition and explain student the principles used in various work of art. PART 2 – Design Sr. Contents No Composition: space division 1. Space division with different types of line 2. Space division with basic shape. 3. Space division with different types of line and basic shape. 4. Space division with free form. 1

Hrs.

20

Use 10 X 15 cm size blocks four numbers for each sheet Medium: Pen and Ink Min. 2 sheets on each type

2

Rendering with achromatic harmony Select any one composition from assignment No. 1, Repeat the same four times in one sheet, Render space division with three basic tones i.e. Light, Middle, Dark, Render with change in position / direction of tones in each space division. Use 10 X 15 cm size blocks. Medium: Pencil, Charcoal and Ink Use achromatic harmony Min. 1 sheet

10

Rendering with monochromatic harmony 3

4

Select one composition from assignment No. 1 Render space division with three basic tones i.e. Light, Middle And Dark Medium: Water Colour Render with change in position of tone Min. 1 sheet Rendering with polychromatic harmony Select one composition from assignment No. 1 Render space division with multy colours 16

10

10


Medium: Poster Colour

Min. 1 sheet

Repetition of Natural forms Note: For each of the following assignment use any basic shapes. In these shape use natural forms as element for design. The Space area should be approximately 500 Sq. centimeters (either in Square, Rectangle or Circle) 5:1

5:2

5

5:3

Developments of natural (realistic) forms and its application in design Select any form from nature e.g. Flowers, Insects, Leafs, Animal etc. Use the natural form to create design. Use repetition for space division and meaningful design. Min. 1 sheet Developments of geometrical forms and its application in design Select natural form from 5.1 assignments and convert into geometric form. Use the geometrical form to create design. Use repetitions for space division and meaningful design. Min. 1 sheet

30

Developments of decorative forms and its application in design Select natural form from 5.1 assignments and convert into decorative form. Use the decorative form to create design Use repetitions for space division and meaningful design Min. 1 sheet

5:4

Developments of cubist, surrealistic or any other style and its application in design Select natural form from 5.1 assignment and convert into cubist, surrealistic or any other style to create design. Use repetitions for space division and meaningful design. Min. 1 sheet Repetition of Object (Man Made) Forms Note: For each of the following assignment use any basic shapes. In these shape use Object forms as element for design. The Space area should be Approximately 500 Sq. centimeters (either in Square, Rectangle or Circle) 6:1

6 6:2

Developments of Object forms and its application in design Select any form from manmade objects e.g. Umbrellas, Ceramic articles, objects of day to day use etc. Combination of objects can be used. Use the realistic object form to create design. Use repetition for space division and meaningful design. Min. 1 sheet Developments of geometric forms and its application in design Select Object form from 6.1 assignments and convert into geometrical form.

17

30


Use the geometrical form to create design. Use repetitions for space division and meaningful design. Min. 1 sheet 6:3

Developments of decorative forms and its application in design Select Object form from 6.1 assignments and convert into decorative form. Use the decorative form to create design. Use repetitions for space division and meaningful design. Min. 1 sheet

6:4

Development of cubist, surrealistic or any other style and its application in design Select Object form from 6.1 assignments and convert into cubist, surrealistic or any other style to create design. Use repetitions for space division and meaningful design. Min. 1 sheet

Repetition of designs to create allover patterns for Textile, Wall Paper, Tiles etc Use any motif and repeat to form meaningful allover pattern design. Representation of tools and techniques

7

8:1 8:2

Create meaningful design using Brush (One sheet) Create meaningful design using patterns other than brush (One sheet) P.S. Use Spray, Thumb, Prints, Knife, Dabbing, Rolling, Rubbing etc. to make patterns. Representation of different media in design Create design using Nature and Manmade objects/freeform 9.1 Create meaningful design using Collage using only paper & fabric (One sheet) 9.2 Create meaningful design using Mix media (One sheet) P.S. Use Ink, Photo Colour, Oil pestle, Acrylic charcoal etc. as a mix media medium. Create Design using Nature and Manmade objects Total

8

9

10

Assessment criteria for assignments: •

Use appropriate criteria from the list given below while assessment of assignment 1. Colour Harmony, Keys and Contrasts 2. Composition 3. Handling tools and mediums 4. Skills and creativity 5. Presentation

•

For each assignment give marks out of 10. 18

08

16

18

08 160


Total marks of assignments for Part I and Part II are to be converted out of 50 as term work Strategies for implementation: 1. Student should be taught to understand theoretical concepts of above components 2. Teacher should demonstrate concept of drawing and rendering of colours & mediums. 3. Students should be shown various types of compositions and colour renderings done by world renowned painters by using slides from the books, art plates available and presentation available on Internet. 4. Demonstrations should be arranged at least from two local artists / experts / faculty.

Learning Resources: Book: Sr. No.

Author

Title

1

Bhagwat / Desai

Visual arts : Abasic Study

2

Shantinath Arwade

Druk Kala

3

Jayprakash Jagtap

Druk Kalechi Multatve

Web Site: Fundamentals of Art

19

Publisher Director of Art. M.S. University, Badoda G.Y. Rane Publication Pune Jagtap Publication Pune


Course Name : Art Teacher Diploma Course code

: JD

Year

: First Year

Subject Title

: Design-II

Subject Code : 10510 Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH

PR

--

04

Examination Scheme PAPER HRS --

TH --

SPE HRS 06

SPE

TW

SW

100#

50@

50

SW:- The term end examination shall be of 50 marks (Theory or Practical) will be converted out of total 100 marks. The marks scored out of 100 will be carried in the Marks sheet. OBJECTIVES: The students will be able to: 1) Make 3d objects from various mediums. 2) Use principal of design in 3D design. 3) Build structural models base on the fundamental of art. 4) Use of low of gravity. 5) Use mechanical principals in structure. Studio Practical Assignments: Note: Initially minimum 5 sketches of each shape needed to be made by the students using pencil on paper. A digital photograph should be taken from the final 3 D model created and attached with assignment mentioning date of photograph taken, and then the 3D model may not be preserved by the institute or students. Sr. No

Contents

Hrs

Basic solids, cube, prism, and sphere, secondary basic solid: rectangular, pyramid, cylinders, slabs. Mediums: paper (one model of each shape in paper or board or mount 1

30

board Clay: one model of each solid in clay medium Develop a sculpture with solids and arrange creatively

20


Relief with additive method 2.1

Medium: clay. Prepare suitable structure form such as coin, name plate etc.

2

2.2

18

Medium: clay Prepare suitable armature for creation of bird / animal form. Develop with clay in additive method.

Relief subtractive method Medium: plaster / soap / soft stone / chalk. Prepare suitable 3d

3

12

models with subtractive method. Interlocking and hinges structure Medium: mount board or any other material. Use strips with 4

12

different sizes and shapes for meaningful designs, colour the model with special effects e.g. Wooden, marble etc. Flexibility and ability to stretch

5

12

Medium: wire and paper. Mobile structure

6

12

Medium: mixed media. Create vase with coil method Medium: clay.

7

12

Prepare a structure from waste materials

8

12

Mold of birds, animals and human masks using positive and negative structures. (Variety of masks can be made like masks for drama, masks for folk dances like Kathakali etc., Masks of Tribals etc.) Medium: plaster, clay and other suitable and locally available 9

novice materials like Modeling Rubber, Modeling clay, Paper Mache*

32

etc. * Process of making Paper Mache should be explained and demonstrated by teachers. Total

152

Assessment criteria for assignments: •

Use appropriate criteria from the list given below while assessment of assignment 1. Proficiency in creating 3 dimensional shapes. 21


2. Composition. 3. Handling tools and mediums 4. Skills and creativity 5. Presentation & finishing. •

For each assignment give marks out of 10.

Convert total marks of assignments out of 50 for term work.

Strategies for implementation – 1. Student should be made to understand theoretical concepts of above components 2. Teacher should demonstrate concept mediums. 3. Students should be shown various types of compositions world renowned sculptors by using slides from the books, art plates available and presentation available on Internet. 4. Demonstrations should be arranged at least from two local sculptors / experts / faculty.

22


Course Name : Art Teacher Diploma Course code

: JD

Year

: First Year

Subject Title

: Art Expression & Appreciation

Subject Code : 10511 Teaching and examination scheme: Teaching Scheme

Examination Scheme

TH

PR

PAPER HRS

TH

SPE HRS

SPE

TW

SW

03

--

03

100

--

--

--

50

SW:- The term end examination shall be of 50 marks (Theory or Practical) will be converted out of total 100 marks. The marks scored out of 100 will be carried in the Marks sheet. PART 1 – ART EXPRESSION OBJECTIVE: The Students Will Be Able To: •

To explain the changes in the nature of art syllabus designed by NCERT and SCERT

To differentiate between art and craft.

To list out and classify different art forms.

To explain basic elements, fundamentals of fine art (e.g. painting, Sculptures, Singing, playing musical instrument, Dance and Drama)

To write and express the importance of free expression in art activity at school level.

To explain rich and varied Indian traditions in the field of classical arts and folk arts.

To prepare a lesson plan inclusive of the contents of ‘Arts expressions’ & make the presentation.

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CONTENTS: Theory Chapter 1

Name of the Topic Basic introduction: Introduction about NCRTR, SCRTE and it’s functioning Importance of Art expression in Art teacher diploma course. 2.1 Role of art: • •

Hours

Marks

04

02

10

08

17

20

12

10

• Significance and importance of art activity at school level. 

Importance of student’s creative talent



How art activity is related to emotional balance.



Theory of multiple intelligence.



Relation of basic instincts with art activity.

Role of art teacher while conducting art activity

Significance and importance of art activity in human life.

2

2.2 What is art •

Ancient and modern views about artistic creation and definitions of art.

Art of primitive man (Cave printings of hunting & Dancing).

Role of art in developing enceinte civilizations and cultures. e.g. Indus, Egyptians, Mesopotamian Greeke.

Role of art activity in differentiating man and animal from other living beings like animals and birds.

3

Art – Form and classification: • Difference between art and craft • Identify fine arts 1) Painting 2) Sculpture 3) Singing 4) Playing musical instrument 5) Dance 6) Drama 7) Literature. • Mediums and tools of fine arts. • Difference between folk arts and classical arts. • Classification of arts 1) Audio art A) Visual arts. B) Audio visual art 2) Plastic and performing art 3) Space oriented and time oriented art.

4

Teaching art subject using integral approach. Concept of integrity in fine arts. • Overlapping terminology while describing art aesthetic 24


experience. Overlapping of basic elements and fundamentals in fine art. • Reference from Vishnudharmottarman ( Dialogue between king Vraja and Sage Markandeya) • Importance of teaching art subject using integral approach Fine art (Elements and form of free expression) 1) Painting and sculpture • Point, line, shape, form, volume, Texture , colour • Space for painting (Surface) and sculpture. 2) Singing and playing musical instrument • Sweet sounds, beats, musical notes. 3) Dance and Drama • Body language, Expression, dialog , script, spoken words, music, light, Sound 4) Literature: Meaningful words. Form of free expression in painting, dance, craft, drama, music 5) Six limbs of art. •

5

Total

14

10

57

50

Learning Resources: Books: 1) Kalabhivyakti (Marathi)

- Nilima Kadhe

2) Kala Abhivyakti (Marathi)

- Jayprakash Jagtap

3) Shikshan – Palak Hastpustika (Marathi)

- Balbharati Prakashan, Pune.

4) Art-Basic of Education (Hindi or English)

- Devi Prasad

Websites: Any relevant Internet site available on Dance, Drama, Sculpture etc. Strategies for Implementation: Subject should be taught in the form of 1) Delivering information 6) Story telling 3) Informal dialogue. Teacher should take the students occasionally outside the classroom. And undertake various activities like: 1) Visiting places of artistic interest 2) Arrange visit of the experienced personalities in various fields of art and give the students an opportunity to interact with them. 25


3) Show C.D. video films or visuals in any kind like pictures, slides etc. while delivering information about the topics included in the syllabus 4) Imp – Subject should be taught by a subject teacher and subject wise experts should be invited for lectures occasionally / time to time. PART – II

ART APPRECIATION

OBJECTIVES: The students will be able to: Differentiate between Art and Craft, Fine Art and Skills, Folk and Classical Art. Classify fine Art and its Media. Identify and use various art materials. Differentiate various faculties of art and its deployment by society. Chapter

Name of the Topic Two dimensional media:

Hours

Marks

16

16

10

08

1.1 Styles of categories. 1.2 Drawing materials. Dry media – Pencil, Charcoal, Chalk, Pastels, Wax Crayons, Silver Point, Gold Point Fluid Media – Pen & Ink, Pen and wash, Brush and 01

Ink, Brush and wash. 1.3 Painting Media Fresco, Tempera, Water Colours, Poster Colours, Acrylics, Oil Colours, Mix-media, Digital Paintings Other media – Collage, Stain Glass, Mosaic, Installation Art, Happenings and Land art Graphic Media: Methods of Print Making:

02

Mono Prints, Relief Prints – wood cut, wood engraving, Intaglio – engraving, dry point and etching

26


Three Dimensional Media: 3a) Sculpture – 1. Subtractive and additive type of sculpture, Carving, Modeling, Kinetic sculptures and Casting. 2. Types of materials – Stone, Wood, Clay, Metal, 03

Plaster, Fiber, Paper Mache, Paper for craft (Origami). 3b) Craft & Textile Design –

15

14

16

12

57

50

1. Ceramics – 2. Methods of working with clay, the potters wheel, glazing and glass. 3. Textile Designing – Weavings, Dyeing and Printing, Embroidery work. Applied Art: 1. Communication Design and its principles. 2. Advertising medias - News Paper Advertisements, Magazine Advertisements, Poster, Hoardings, Radio, Television, Exhibition, Demonstrations, Window Displays, Booklets & Folders, Multi-media presentations and publishing, Internet. 3. Difference between Rural & Urban modes of advertising – Public Announcements (Dawandi), Mobile displays, films and street dramas other available Medias. 04

4. Basic & Principle components of Advertising – Idea, Compositions, Head Lines, Sub Head Lines, Slogans, Illustration / Photograph, Body Copy, Base Line, Company Name, Trade Mark & Symbols, Product Name and Address Line. 5. Advertisement for Products and Advertisement for Service Industry – Consumer durable products, Fast Moving Consumables, Public Welfare Advertisements, Advertisement for Government Services. 6. Observation and presentation of Contemporary Creative Advertisements. Total 27


Strategies for Implementation: 1. Teacher must ensure that students understand importance of various art faculties and differentiate their values 2. It must give assignments to the student to search material required for various art faculties 3. Arrange expert lectures from professionals / faculty working for various field of arts 4. Students must be conversant with print and non print material available on Internet.

Learning Resources: Books: Chitrakala: Tantra, Mantra ani Aswad (Marathi) By Madhukar Patkar. Pune Vidyarthee Graha Prakashan, Pune Bharatiya Kala Mein Sangeet Tatwa (Hindi)

By Dr. Ramkumar Vishwakarma. Govt. of India’s department of Publishing

Lalit Kala Abhivyakti (Marathi)

By Prof. Jayprakash Jagtap. Jagtap Publishing House, Pune.

Kala Abhivyakti (Marathi)

By Prof. Nilima Kade.

Druk Kala – Mooltatve and Aaswad

By Prof. Jayprakash Jagtap. Jagtap Publishing House, Pune.

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Course Name : Art Teacher Diploma Course code

: JD

Year

: First

Subject Title : Theory of Education and Psychology-I Subject Code : 10512 Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme

Examination Scheme

TH

PR

PAPER HRS

TH

SPE HRS

SPE

TW

SW

03

--

03

100

--

--

--

50

SW:- The term end examination shall be of 50 marks (Theory or Practical) will be converted out of total 100 marks. The marks scored out of 100 will be carried in the Marks sheet. Objectives: The Students will be able to: 1. implement their plan methodically 2. get linked with his students to develop their creativity through Educational & child Art psychology. 3. elaborate and improve the good Expressive level of their emotion. 4. motivate the child to develop his interest & Imagination level in Art. 5. evaluate the child Art on the basis of Expressive creativity. Contents: Theory Chapter No.

01

02

Name of the Topic Education and Psychology: 1.1 Meaning and definition of Education 1.2 Meaning and definition of Psychology 2. Education through art 3. Curriculum planning: Curriculum division in Units 4. Relationship between Education and Psychology Personality 2.1 Definition and meaning 2.2 Factors affecting personality such as Hereditary, Environment 2.3 Personality Measurement 2.3.1 Projective Technique: Ink Blot Test, Projection through expression 29

Hours

Marks

18

12

20

18


03

04

05

06

2.4 Development Stages: Childhood and Adolescence 2.5 Creative Personality: Stages of creativity Motivation: 3.1 Motivation Cycle 3.2 Effect of Praise and Blame, Reward and Punishment 3.3 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Motivation, Sensation, Perception 3.4 Organising tendencies of Perception Learning: 4.1 Definition 4.2 Types of Learning: 4.2.1 Trial and Error – Related to Practice 4.2.2.Incite – Related to Original Skills 4.2.3 Conditioning – Related to habits association 4.3 Laws of Learning Memory: 5.1 Basic Concept, Definition, memory drawing, Imagination and Forgetting 5.2 Measurement of retention: Recall, Recognition and Relearning Lesson Planning and Micro Teaching 6.1 Importance of Lesson Planning – Objectives, Introduction, Practical Work, Home Work etc. 6.2 Types of Lessons 6.3 Observation of Lessons: 6.3.1 Observing basic presentation skills 6.3.2 Use of Audio Visual Aids 6.3.3 Use of Various Media Total

30

18

16

20

20

16

10

22

24

114

100


Course Name : Art Teacher Diploma Course code : JD Year

: First Year

Subject Title : Educational Practices and Project Subject Code : -Teaching and examination scheme: Teaching Scheme

Examination Scheme

TH

PR

PAPER HRS

TH

SPE HRS

SPE

TW

SW

--

02

--

--

--

--

50@

--

SW:- The term end examination shall be of 50 marks (Theory or Practical) and will be converted out of total 100 marks. The marks scored out of 100 will be carried in the Marks sheet. Objectives: 1) 2) 3) 4)

Students will get knowledge by experience while working supporting activity along with daily work assignment. To get an support for developed the personality. Learning will be more effective by field work. Experience by individual involvement.

Contents: Theory & Practical Chapter 01

Name of the Topic Reflection of art expression in practical: Preparing lesson plan using content of art expression and make the

Hours 14

presentation in micro teaching. 02

03

04

05 06

Actual experience in the field of performing arts: 1) Giving speech. 2) Singing 3) Enacting poem 4) Playing musical instrument 5) Reading Para from any book Group Discussion: Groups of 5/6 Students should be made. Teachers should give subjects for discussion. Teacher should moderate the discussion. Visit to at least two schools to: 1. Study day to day activities of the schools 2. Art education activities in the schools 3. Interaction with Art Teacher in the school to know co-curricular activities such as Art Competitions, Annual Social gathering, other activities. Blackboard Drawing and Writing in the school. Visit to Art Competitions to study Planning, Organising and Conduction. Also evaluation system. 31

10

10

10

12 10


07

Project – Subject:- To collect information about famous Art locations, Architecture, Sculptures, Artists, Hoby Painters along with traditional art, which are nearly your place • System to Presentation • Size: 15 x 11 Use single paper folder create fold as many you want Objective: 1) Traditions, Art Locations and individual Artists, to get knowledge which are near by your place. 2) To get interview experience by field work. 3) Will able to perform Artistically. Total

10

76

Nature of Assessment: Term work is to be assessed for Project, Report on School visits, etc. Strategy for Implementation: 1. Student is asked to prepare lesson plan for a lesson on given topic/subtopic. 2. Discuss with the students about what could be the relevant topics for Group Discussion. How to conduct the discussion and moderate the same. How to ensure participation of all students in the discussion. 3. Provide guidance about what are the activities to be carried out while visiting the schools and prepare report. 4. Give inputs about how to write on the Blackboard for various events and also writing in the class room. 5. Provide input about what are the activities to be carried out when visiting an art competition 6. Provide input about identification of project. Project activities, project report preparation ec.

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Course Name: Foundation Course/Art Teacher Diploma/Diploma Art Techer Education. Course Code : JF/JD/JE Year

: First Year

Subject Title : Computer Graphics Subject Code : -Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme

Examination Scheme

TH

PR

PAPER HRS

TH

SPE HRS

SPE

TW

SW

-

02

-

-

-

-

50@

-

Note: Theory will be conducted in alternate working days during practical training. Rationale: Computers are increasingly used in the field of graphic art & designing. It is presumed that the student pursuing foundation course know the fundamentals of computers & it operating system like windows, since these subjects are included in their secondary school educational programs. Since the students of foundation course are expected to grow in graphics environment, stores is given to teach graphic application software than the office automation software. Skills: 1. Students should be able to revise the basic knowledge of computer fundamentals. 2. Students should be able to revise the basic knowledge of windows operating system & also understand use of internet for their graphic assistance. 3. Students should be able to compare different operating systems & understand file management of it. 4. Students should be able to understand two different methods of image creation i.e. vector graphics & bitmap graphics. 5. Students should be able to use application software to create & edit vector graphics on computer systems. 6. Students should be able to understand manipulation of bitmap graphics on computer.

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Contents: Theory Sr. No. 1

Topic

Hours

Revision of computer fundamentals

12

Revision of windows XP / 2000 / Vista computer operating system 2

18

& its file management Revision / Teaching Internet & Email, creating an e-mail account,

3

10

knowing various Internet sites useful to artists. Revision of graphic tools like Paintbrush, Character map etc.

4

available in window operating system. Revision of primary

18

knowledge in graphic application software 5

Understanding Vector Graphics & Bitmap Graphics

18 Total

76

Assignments to be done practical on following topics:

Sr. No. 1

Topic Corel draw / Illustrator its interface & Desktop management

Assignment No. 02

2

Creation of basic shapes in Corel Draw / Illustrator

02

3

Handling of lettering Elements in Corel Draw / Illustrator

02

4

Use of templates in Corel Draw / Illustrator

02

Use of vector based Clip Arts & Modifying it for design purpose. 5

04

Re-sampling of bitmap graphics.

Note: CorelDraw or relevant software theory will be taught during practical training. Criteria of Assessment 1. Basic knowledge of computers & its operating systems

3.00

2. Use of Internet & effective use of internal sites useful for them

2.00

3. Knowledge of graphic software

2.00

4. Use of vector graphics creation & editing s/w like CorelDraw or Illustrator

3.00 10.00

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Learning Resources: Books: 1. Comdex computer course kit

by Vikas Gupta

2. Sanganakiya Designing & Publishing using CorelDraw

by Prof. Subhash Pawar

3. Internet & Email

by Prof. MG Gaikwad

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Course Name : Art Teacher Diploma Course code : JD Year

: First

Subject Title : Professional Practices Subject Code : -Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme TH

PR

PAPER HRS

--

05

--

TH --

Examination Scheme SPE SPE HRS --

--

TW 50@

SW --

Rationale: In order to expose the students for latest developments in various fields it is necessary to organise co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. These activities include visits, demonstrations by experts in the field, collection of information from different sources. To enable the institute, to plan such activities 5 periods per week have been provided. It is expected that at the beginning of the year, while preparing the time table, schedule of these activities supporting the better understanding of students is decided by concerned teachers. Students are required to prepare appropriate reports after the activities are completed. These reports are to be assessed by the teachers. Objectives: The student will be able to:

1. Observe and understand principles of art work through visits. 2. Observe demonstrations of experts for various art works. 3. Collect data /information from various sources and prepare project report.

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Contents: Sr. No.

01

02 03 04 05 06 07

Activity Expert Lectures: a. Minimum Five Expert Lectures on topics related to the Foundation Course Subjects b. Minimum Five Expert Lectures on different fine arts such as Theatre, Film, Dance, Music, Literature, Tribal and Folk Art Demonstrations: At least one demonstration by experts on each practical subject Slide Shows/ Film Shows: At least two slide/film shows Visits to Museums, Art Galleries, Art Exhibitions, Craft Centres Educational Tour Institute’s Exhibition Seminar/ Workshops: At least one seminar/ workshop to be organised with field experts to train students Or Observation through internet Total

Hours

30

30 10 20 52 24 24 190

Students should be asked to maintain Daily Diary of all the activities. Students in different groups be asked to prepare reports on the activities. Teacher should assess the daily diary and report and give term work marks out of 50. Strategy for implementation: Teachers will have to plan the activities under professional practices right at the start of the term. There should be flexibility in time table so that at the beginning when professional practices activities are yet to start the periods allocated uder this head can be used for other subject to avoid loss of time when students will be busi in professional practices activities.

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