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FC: A portfolio

1: Certificate of FIne Arts University of the Philippines, Cebu City, 2000

2: Teacher Angela | I started to love teaching after the success of my first art workshop last 2000. At first it was scary because I did not have any experience or idea on what will happen or how to do about things.

3: I then pursued the Bachelor Degree in Elementary Education so that I can formally teach in educational institutions. I took the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) last 2007 and successfully passed! | Student Practicum

4: SUMMER ART WORSHOPS | "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up. " - Pablo Picasso | Looking back at 2003 & 2004


6: our take on

7: ART

8: Leonardo da Vinci was an Italian painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, and scientist. He was one of the greatest minds of the Italian Renaissance and helped advance the study of anatomy, astronomy, and civil engineering.

9: Mona Lisa Upside down drawing ( 2003 )

10: LESSON PLAN: I. Objectives: Students are able to a. Draw with an upside down technique b. Identify the art work as The Mona Lisa and the artist Leonardo Da Vinci c. Give their opinion about the activity II. Lesson: Drawing - Upside down drawing Art History - Leonardo Da Vinci III. Values: a. patience b. Obedience

11: IV. Materials: coloring page of the Mona Lisa hb pencils, eraser coloring materials V. Procedure: 1. discuss about the upside down technique, how it teaches an artist to draw by seeing and not by knowing the object 2. present to the students an upside down drawing and let them copy the picture (Mona Lisa) 3. Relate activity with art history and discuss painting techniques and the use of colors .

12: Vincent Willem van Gogh was a Dutch Post-Impressionist painter whose work had a far reaching influence on 20th century art for its vivid colors and emotional impact.

13: Starry Night - children's version ( 2003 )

14: LESSON PLAN: I. Objectives: Students are able to a. Draw different types of lines b. experiment mixing 2 media c. Identify the artist as Vincent Van Gogh and his paintings II. Lesson: Drawing - Types of Lines Art History - Vincent Van Gogh Painting - mix media: resist technique III. Values a. appreciation of art and Music

15: IV. Materials: coloring page of Starry, Starry Night oil pastels water color painting materials materials V. Procedure 1. discuss about Vincent van Gogh's painting style 2. color the page will repeated lines in oil pastel. following Van Gogh's style 3. Finish with water color in resist technique

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  • Title: Angela Sabarre, Art Teacher
  • A portfolio of Art worshops and Exhibits
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  • Published: about 7 years ago

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