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A broad-genre approach to the history of music in and of Aotearoa New Zealand, with particular emphasis on notions of identity in a bicultural society, musical identity, sound and place.
Students will attend lectures and tutorials, and receive feedback from the tutor(s) through online wikis.
Students who pass this course will have developed:* knowledge of a broad range of New Zealand music in various styles;* recognition of New Zealand musical artists and works from a range of genres and the ability to discuss some musical aspects of those works and relate them to the broader contexts of New Zealand culture and society; understanding of notions of cultural identity, sound and place;* knowledge of socio-musicological developments in New Zealand music since World War II.
This course will provide students with an opportunity to develop the Graduate Attributes specified below:
Critically competent in a core academic discipline of their award
Students know and can critically evaluate and, where applicable, apply this knowledge to topics/issues within their majoring subject.
Students must attend one activity from each section.
WORKLOADStudent workload (150 hours) will be allocated to:* 24 hours attending lectures* 12 hours attending tutorials* 15 hours writing essay* 20 hours preparing for listening test* 25 hours writing review assignment* 30 hours preparing and writing research assignment* 24 hours self-directed study
Assessments are due on the specified date. For all assessments except the test, you should submit a hard copy to the assignment drop-box in the School of Music foyer, with a signed and completed School of Music assignment cover sheet attached.
Use of TechnologyThis course assumes that you have sufficient information and technology skills to confidently use a computer to access material for your course. Your written work will be handwritten and submitted in class time.You will be required to access our learning management system – LEARN – and to become familiar with its tools. LEARN provides easily-accessible information about the course and assessments, topics and deadlines, and supports the learning you will gain from attending all lectures and tutorials. For help using LEARN, refer to: http://learn.canterbury.ac.nz/course/view.php?id=2157
The following shows how to translate grades to numerical scores:A+ 90–100; A 85–89; A- 80–84; B+ 75–79; B 70–74; B- 65–69; C+ 60–64; C 55–59; C- 50–54; D 40–49; E 0–39In a course at 100- or 200-level examiners may grant restricted credit (R) which will be equivalent to a pass for all purposes except as a prerequisite.
Domestic fee $834.00
International fee $3,600.00
* Fees include New Zealand GST and do not include any programme level discount or additional course related expenses.
For further information see
Humanities and Creative Arts.