Art Integrated project Class 10th (cbse)
- 1) AIL (Art Integrated Project) is mandatory for all the students of class I-XII.
- 2) No Project No Admit card.
- 3) Projects can be made on any topics but it should be based on the given paired states
- 4) Students can do the Project in a group of 4-5.
- 5) Schools have to submit the soft copy of the project then only the Admits cards will be downloaded.
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→Art-Integration is a cross-curricular educational approach that utilizes various aspects and forms of art and culture as the basis for experiencing the learning of concepts across subjects.
Q)What's The Objective?
→As a part of the thrust on experiential learning, art-integrated education will be embedded in classroom transactions not only for creating joyful classrooms but also for imbibing the Indian ethos through the integration of Indian art and culture in the teaching and learning process at every level. This art-integrated approach will strengthen the linkages between education and culture.
→The objective of AIL is not to promote arts and skills of arts but to use art as a tool to teach other subjects. The focus here should be to accept arts as a medium of the learning process. So, the subject teachers may make use of simple art forms in the classrooms; and give opportunities to students to enjoy planned art activities and while they are experiencing the beauty of arts, they also learn and articulate the core concept of different subjects and apply it in daily life.
PAIRING OF STATES AND UNION TERRITORIES FOR CBSE AE & AIL PROJECT WORK
The following engagement matrix has been adapted from the EBSB program:
- Jammu & Kashmir: Tamil Nadu
- West Bengal: Ladakh
- Punjab: Andhra Pradesh
- Himachal Pradesh: Kerala
- Uttarakhand: Karnataka
- Haryana: Telangana
- Rajasthan: Assam
- Gujarat: Chhattisgarh
- Maharashtra: Odisha
- Goa: Jharkhand
- Delhi: Sikkim
- Madhya Pradesh: Manipur & Nagaland
- Uttar Pradesh: Arunachal Pradesh & Meghalaya
- Bihar: Tripura & Mizoram
- Chandigarh: Dadra & Nagar Haveli
- Puducherry: Daman & Diu
- Lakshadweep: Andaman & Nicobar
Art Integrated Project may be conducted as per the following guidelines:
- ✓ Classes I–VIII, Art Integrated Project should be of trans-disciplinary nature. The project work can include more than one subject and this can be considered for Internal Assessment in the subjects concerned.
- ✓ IN classes IX and X, the students will take up the art integrated project work as a subject enrichment activity in all the subjects for internal assessment.
- ✓ One of the objectives of art integrated education is to make the students aware of the vast and diverse cultural heritage of our country. Therefore, Students will take up integration with any form of Indian Art - visual or performing, as it will be helpful to students to easily understand the project that is culturally connected to them. Teachers need to facilitate the learning of the chosen Indian art form and ensure that the students are able to creatively integrate the art form(s) being used in the project.
- ✓In a minimum of one project work of students from classes I –X, it is mandatory to integrate an art form of the paired State/UT, as defined under Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Programme. For example, the Art Integrated Project Work of the students of the schools in the State of Delhi will be based on the art form of Sikkim, and so on. The list of the paired States/UTs is available at Annexure – I. However, to confirm the latest pairings, please visit https://ekbharat.gov.in/Pages/AboutImplementationStrategy
- ✓Subject teachers along with Arts teachers must plan and discuss the projects in advance at the beginning of the academic session so that students can be given proper guidance to undertake various projects.
- ✓ The focus should be given on research on new topics that are not yet taken up in the classroom. Teachers must facilitate exploration of research on the topics to give students hands-on experience.
- ✓ The project should be taken up in an eco-friendly manner, using readily available local resources without any financial burden on parents or guardians.
The teachers may follow the following process of embedding arts with other subjects for carrying out the project work:
- Step 1. Selection of a topic /theme, drawing upon the previous knowledge of students
- Step 2. Providing creative inquiry opportunities for hands-on learning to students
- Step 3. Assessment of students (for subject and art involved)
- Step 4. Reflection on the new learning of the subject using an art form by students
- ✓The Project should be done by students in groups with 4-5 students in each group.
- ✓ While creating projects, it may also be seen that it should not be too much pro art that it becomes difficult for the subject teacher to take it forward and guide the students. The projects should be simple and doable for the subject teachers and students without the assistance of art teachers/artists or others.
- ✓ Assessment techniques should be relevant and age-appropriate. Criteria along with rubrics for assessment can be devised collectively by teachers and students while planning the projects. Students must be informed about the criteria decided for assessment along with maximum marks before the commencement of work on the project.
- ✓ Schools and teachers may prepare their calendars by assigning dates and months for the execution of project work by the students and the records of assessment of these project works should be maintained at the schools.
- ✓The Art integrated project work shall also be an integral part of assessing the student’s participation in art-related activities and attainment of learning outcomes for the subject/s.
- ✓ The marks awarded for these projects, as part of subject-enrichment activities of class X, will be collected by the Board at the time of uploading of marks of internal assessment.
- ✓Art-Integrated Learning (AIL) as a Pedagogical Tool from classes I to XII As stated under para 3 above, AIL will continue as a pedagogical tool for classes I to XII, in addition to the Art Education under co-scholastic area as provided in the Secondary School Curriculum of the Board. The objective of AIL is not to promote arts and skills of arts but to use art as a tool to teach other subjects. The focus here should be to accept arts as a medium of the learning process.
So the subject teachers may make use of simple art forms in the classrooms, and give opportunities to students to enjoy planned art activities and while they are experiencing the beauty of arts, they also learn and articulate the core concept of different subjects and apply it in daily life. Art activities that can be integrated with different subjects to aid learning are given in Annexure-II. The activities given in the annexure are only suggestive. Correlation of AIL
*What helps us in Agriculture as a subject can also connect to Mathematics and Science subjects. Therefore, the teachers and learners should not limit themselves in the rigid boundaries as suggested in the said annexure
[PDF] Of Demo Performa of Annexure III👇
[PDF] Of a sample project on Sikkim (Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat Project)👇
IMPORTANT NOTICE:- Without AIL Admit Card couldn't be provided to the students even school administration.