1. School Anangilan
Teacher Intern Maria Theresa
Teaching Date and
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to;
• Describe the characteristic of media-based arts
and design in the Philippines ( Animation )
The learners will be able to know the new technologies that allow new
expression in the arts.
The learners will create artworks using available media and natural
resources on local topics, issues, and concerns such as
environmental advocacies, ecotourism, and economic, and livelihood
II. SUBJECT MATTER
A. TOPIC Animation
B. REFERENCES Modules
C. MATERIALS Power point presentation
E. VALUE FOCUS Creation and master piece
A. Routinary Activities
• Checking of attendance
• Recall the past lesson
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Division of Camiguin
ALANGILAN INTEGRATED SCHOOL
Alangilan, Sagay, Camiguin
2. A. MOTIVATION Direction : Listen, observe and analyze the video
because afterwards question will be ask.
1.What is the animated film all about?
2. What is the message of the film?
3. What is the moral lesson of the film?
a. Activity GROUP ACTIVITY
Direction : Identify the given animation pictures
and give at least one line or song that you remember
on that movie.
1.Did you find the activity entertaining?
2. Where you able to remember your favourite
3. What do you think is the connection of the activity
to our topic for today?
c. Abstraction ANIMATION
- Animation is a method by which still figures
are manipulated to appear as moving images.
In traditional animation, images are drawn or
painted by hand on transparent celluloid
sheets to be photographed and exhibited on
film. Today, many animations are made with
computer-generated imagery (CGI).
- In recent decades, a whole new career
opportunity emerged for creative Filipinos via
the field of animation. In fact, Filipino
animators have been involved in the creation
of some the best-loved- and technically
challenging- animated features films produced
in the last few years. Among these are Toy
Story, Up, The Incredibles, Monster
University, Cars, Finding Nemo, Planes,
Brave, Sherk, Kung Fu Panda, and more.
Such recognition of Philippines talent abroad
has, in fact, spurred the development of the
local animation industry as well.
Animation Council of the Philippines
3. - The Animation Council of the Philippines,
Inc. (ACPI) is a non-profit organization that
aims to create an identity for the Philippines
within animation industry, making it one of
the preferred sources for animation services
worldwide. The organization works hand in
participating colleges and universities, the
Technical Educational and skills Development
Authority (TESDA) and other promising career
options for Filipinos. In 2013, TESDA and
ACPI began offering 2D and 3D Animation
Scholarships to interested high school
graduates, between the ages of 18 and 45.
The showpiece of the
ACPI is Animahensayon, an annual festival and
competition featuring the works of Filipino
animators. Apart from this major project, the ACPI
grants the annual "Outstanding Emerging Artist in
Animation Award" for outstanding young and fast-
rising cartoonists and animators in the country. It
also confers the Animahenasyon's "Lifetime
Achieve- ment Award" on notable animators and
other contributors to the Philippine animation
Philippine Animation Studio, Inc.
The Philippine Animation Studio, Inc. (PASI) was
established in 1991 and has since collaborated on
numerous animation projects and series with foreign
partners. Among these have been Captain Flamingo,
Producing Parker, Groove High, and Space Heroes
Universe. For this last cartoon, PASI was tapped by a
children's entertainment company based in Sydney,
Australia and went on to win the Best Animation Category
in the 2012 Pixel Awards.
4. Among the other exciting milestones in the fast-
emerging Philippine animation industry was the
creation in 2008 of Urduja, an animated film
adaptation of the legend of the warrior princess of
Pangasinan. Produced by APT Entertainment,
Seventoon, and Imaginary Friends, Urduja is
recognized as the first fully-animated Filipino film,
created by an all-Filipino group of animators using
the traditional (hand-drawn) animation process with
some 3D effects. The characters were voiced by an
all-star cast of actors from Philippine cinema and
television, with the screenplay written in Filipino.
Also released in 2008 was Dayo: Sa Mundo ng
Elementalia, said to be the country's first all-digital
full-length animated feature film: Produced by
Cutting Edge Productions, the film presents
Philippine mythical creatures as heartwarming
characters in a young boy's adventure. The
production involved over 500 local animators and
5. featured a "tra-digital animation" technique. Its
characters were rendered in 2D animation, while the
backdrops were created using 3D animation. Dayo
was also the first- ever animated movie to be
screened during the Metro Manila Film Festival, as it
was entered in the 34th MMFF in December 2008.
Another breakthrough was the first Filipino full 3D-
animated film, RPG Metanoia, co-produced by
Ambient Media, Thaumatrope Animation, and Star
Cinema in 2010.
d. Application Direction: Direction: In a one-half sheet of paper,
explain why animation is being neglected in our
V. EVALUATION Identification
Direction : Answer the following question.
______1. Is the showpiece of ACPI in the annual
festival competition featuring the works of Filipino
______2. Is a non-stock, non-profit organization that
aims to create identity for the Philippines within the
______3. Is the year where TESDA and ACPI began
offering 2D and 3D animation scholarship.
______4. It is entered in the 34th MMFF in December
2008 and it is another breakthrough of Filipino full
3D- animated film.
______5. Also released in 2008 and it was said to be
the country's first all-digital full-length animated
_____6. What is TESDA stand for?
_____7. What is ACPI stand for?
_____8. It is an annual festival and competition
featuring the works of Filipino animators
_____9. It is an animated film adaptation of the
legend of the warrior princess of Pangasinan.
_____10. What is PASI stand for?
Direction: Surf to the internet about animations
in the Philippines and choose on animated movie
and gives it’s description or information.
MATT FILBERT ABECIA