Creative Teaching and Learning

Music

Please complete the table providing a brief description of music exploration and number of hours completed and what you did in these hours: (not included in the word limit)

 

Event/activity must total at least 5 hours Date Hours
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

Option A: Personal exploration of an accessible musical instrument/ singing– please include a short 30 sec video of your exploration at the start and end of your journey

Option B: Participating in an online Music workshop – please include a screen shot of your workshop details and include a short 30 sec video of your exploration at the start and end of your journey

Option C: Viewing a Music Performance – please include a screenshot of the title and details of where this performance occurred – noting viewing can only be claimed for up to 21/2 hrs of your exploratory time.

 

Clearly describe how your music engagement demonstrated your understanding of key music elements: (100 words)

 

 Describe the benefits of learning music for children: (refer to Wright 2012, EYLF)

0 to 2 year olds: (100 words)

 

3 to 5 year olds: (100 words)

 

Describe the benefits of learning music for children: (refer to Wright 2012, ACARA and/or the NSW K-6 arts syllabus)

5 to 8 year olds: (100 words)

 

8 to 12 year olds: (100 words)

 

Visual Arts

Please complete the table providing a brief description of visual art exploration and number of hours completed and what you did in these hours: (not included in the word limit)

 

Event/activity must total at least 5 hours Date Hours
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

Clearly describe how your visual arts engagement demonstrated your understanding of the key visual art elements: (100 words)

 

Describe the benefits of learning Visual Arts for children: (refer to Wright 2012, EYLF)

0 to 2 year olds: (100 words)

 

3 to 5 year olds: (100 words)

 

Describe the benefits of learning Visual Arts for children: (refer to Wright 2012, ACARA and/or the NSW K-6 arts syllabus)

 

5 to 8 year olds: (100 words)

 

8 to 12 year olds: (100 words)

 

Media Arts

Please complete the table providing a brief description of visual art exploration and number of hours completed and what you did in these hours: (not included in the word limit)

 

Event/activity must total at least 5 hours Date Hours
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

Clearly describe how your Media Arts engagement demonstrated your understanding of key media art elements: (100 words)

 

Describe the benefits of learning Media Arts for children: (refer to Wright 2012, EYLF)

0 to 2 year olds: (100 words)

 

3 to 5 year olds: (100 words)

 

Describe the benefits of learning Media Arts for children: (refer to Wright 2012, ACARA and/or the NSW K-6 arts syllabus)

 

5 to 8 year olds: (100 words)

 

8 to 12 year olds: (100 words)

 

Dance

Please complete the table providing a brief description of dance exploration and number of hours completed and what you did in these hours: (not included in the word limit)

 

Event/activity must total at least 5 hours Date Hours
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

Clearly describe how your dance engagement demonstrated your understanding of the key dance elements. (100 words)

 

Describe the benefits of learning dance for children: (refer to Wright 2012, EYLF)

0 to 2 year olds: (100 words)

 

3 to 5 year olds: (100 words)

 

Describe the benefits of learning dance for children: (refer to Wright 2012, ACARA and/or the NSW K-6 arts syllabus)

 

5 to 8 year olds: (100 words)

 

8 to 12 year olds: (100 words)

 

Drama

Please complete the table providing a brief description of dance exploration and number of hours completed and what you did in these hours: (not included in the word limit)

 

Event/activity must total at least 5 hours Date Hours
     
     
     
     
     

 

NB: you can choose a combination of drama options to meet your 5 hours of engagement

Option A: Writing Directing and Performing a Drama Piece – please attach script as an attachment in the journal

Option B: Participating in an online Drama workshop – please include a screen shot of your workshop

Option C: Viewing a Drama Performance/Musical – please include a screenshot of the title and details of where this performance occurred– noting viewing can only be claimed for up to 2 ½ hrs of your exploratory time.

 

Clearly describe how your drama engagement demonstrated your understanding of the key drama elements: (100 words)

 

Describe the benefits of learning drama for children: (refer to Wright 2012, EYLF)

0 to 2 year olds: (100 words)

 

3 to 5 year olds: (100 words)

 

Describe the benefits of learning drama for children: (refer to Wright 2012, ACARA and/or the NSW K-6 arts syllabus)

 

5 to 8 year olds: (100 words)

 

8 to 12 year olds: (100 words)

 

Analysis of Learning

(500 words)

 

Through my arts experiences this semester I have learned the following about teaching and learning through the arts:

 

The arts have social, cultural and historical relevance in education – discuss:

 

The following strategies will assist me in incorporating the arts in to teaching and support children’s creative development, individual learning styles, divergent thinking and communication:

 

Reference List

 

Journal Evidence

(Not included in the word limit)

Please include a separate section for each of the 3 art areas studies for this assignment. Include in each art area section:

 

  • A short paragraph outlining what you explored in your art area relevant to each section – you might have between 3-5 entries for each art area – this should be achievable in a page
  • A copy of your drama script if you chose Option A for drama
  • All photo and media files need to be submitted through the multi-media drop box.