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This course provides pre-service teachers with an introduction to the theory, and pedagogy of teaching Music, Visual Arts, and Dance and Drama in the New Zealand primary school context. The course develops the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to successfully plan, teach and evaluate the Arts learning areas in the New Zealand Curriculum (2007). The course also aims to prepare students for further study in higher-level course and will complement learning in other courses in the Bachelor of Teaching and Learning, including Professional Practice.
Demonstrate an understanding of the learning area ‘The Arts’ in the New Zealand Curriculum (2007) and how the vision, principles, values, and key competencies of the New Zealand Curriculum (2007) can be developed in and through each of the distinct four disciplines: Dance, Drama, Music-Sound Arts and the Visual ArtsDemonstrate developing ‘literacies’ in each discipline areaDemonstrate skills in the use of digital technologies to support teaching and learning in The ArtsUse relevant research to inform the continued development of pedagogical practices that will foster and extend student learning in, through and about Dance, Drama, Music-Sound Arts, and the Visual ArtsDemonstrate the pedagogical and subject content knowledge needed to design relevant and inclusive programmes for their future students in the Arts.
RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKSAll students must ensure they have regular internet access that will enable them to complete the online modules in the course and access the online resources/readings/websites available in the TECP113 site on Learn. http://learn.canterbury.ac.nz/course/view1. Music - Sound Arts:If you want further resources, we recommend the music texts below. (NB these are not compulsory)We recommend that if you are coming to music for the first time, you opt for recorder.The instrumental workshops (workshop A) are as follows:01 Ukulele02 Ukulele03 Guitar04 Guitar05 Recorder06 UkuleleRecommended Texts Music - Sound ArtsGoodyear, S. (1984). The New Recorder Tutor, Book 1.Descant (or Tenor). International music publications: England. (Only students who choose recorder purchase this).ORHynson, B. (1993). Guitar Step 1. Auckland Valley Music Publications. All students will be required to purchase either a descant recorder or have access to a guitar or a ukulele. 2. Dance & Drama:There are no compulsory texts for these components of the course. However, please prepare for the class dance and drama sessions as follows:You need to come to each session with: • The New Zealand Curriculum • A water bottle • Comfortable clothing so you can move freely • Pen and paper for note taking 3. Visual Art:Recommended Texts Visual Art1. Ministry of Education. (2005) Pasifika Visual Arts: A Resource for Teachers of Years 7-10. Wellington: Learning Media.2. Ministry of Education. (2007). He Papahuia Toi Maori: Maori Visual Culture in Visual Arts Education- Years 1-6. Wellington: Learning Media.It is recommended that all students purchase an A3 sized art portfolio.
All forms of cheating and dishonest practice are taken seriously and penalties will result. Students should refer to Regulation J of the General Course and Examination Regulations.
Assessment information should be read in conjunction with the Assessment Guidelines for Students and relevant UC Policies and the UC Calendar General Course and Examination Regulations. It is your responsibility to familiarise yourself with this information. Grading ScaleGrade GPA Value MarksA+ 9 90 – 100A 8 85 – 89.99A- 7 80 – 84.99B+ 6 75 – 79.99B 5 70 – 74.99B- 4 65 – 69.99C+ 3 60 – 64.99C 2 55 – 59.99C- 1 50 – 54.99D 0 40 – 49.99E -1 0 – 39.99A Pass is 50 marks or over.
Attendance is compulsory in all on-campus sessions. Students must engage with course materials via online theory modules in the LEARN site, and participate in the weekly online group discussion forums. Students must notify lecturers prior to their absence (via email) with an explanation. Multiple absences must be accompanied by a medical certificate or similar.
The course will be formally evaluated.
Subject to internal and external moderation procedures.
Work is late if it is handed in after the due date, without an extension having been granted. Work submitted up to five working days of the due date will be marked, but will only be eligible for a minimum passing mark in that assignment. Work received after five working days will not be marked and will receive a failing grade.All assignments will be submitted via Learn dropboxes.
Extensions are reserved for exceptional circumstances only and are not granted automatically. In exceptional circumstances (e.g. illness, accident, bereavement or critical personal circumstances) individual students may be granted an extension of the due date for an assignment. Extensions will not be granted because of pressure of university study, eg several pieces of work being due at about the same time. Students are encouraged to plan their work in a realistic manner and in advance so that they can meet their assessment deadlines.A request for an extension should be emailed to the Course Coordinator (email@example.com) at least three days prior to the due date for the assignment. If you apply for an extension, you will be asked to supply a medical certificate or other relevant evidence of special circumstances (e.g. a letter from a counsellor). Students who cannot meet these regulations because of extended illness or unusually exceptional circumstances must apply to the Head of School (or their nominee). Students will be notified of the outcome of their extension application via email.Extensions will not normally be given for longer than one week from the due date unless exceptional circumstances prevail. No extensions will be granted after the due date of the assignment.
Resubmissions are not available for this course.
Students may apply for special consideration if their performance in an assessment is affected by extenuating circumstances beyond their control, where:(a) they have suffered an acute illness, injury, or other reasonably unforeseeable circumstances:i. which has prevented them from completing any major item(s) of work for assessment in a course; orii. which has impaired their performance (including by interruption of pre-assessment revision) to the extent that the result(s) are likely to underestimate their true and evidenced level of mastery of the material in the course; or(b) i. they have been selected to perform, compete, adjudicate, or officiate as a national sporting representative at national or international competitions; orii. they are members of a national cultural group on tour nationally or internationally.Please note that applications must be supported by evidence. Further details are available at the above link.Applications for special consideration should be submitted via the Examinations Office website http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/exams/ within five days of the assessment. Where an extension may be granted for an assessment, this will be decided by direct application to the Course Co-ordinator and an application to the Examinations Office may not be required. Special consideration is not available for items worth less than 10% of the course and may not be available for some other items of assessment as specified in Course Outlines. (Refer to specific Course Outlines for this information.)Students prevented by extenuating circumstances from completing the course after the final date for withdrawing, may apply for special consideration for late discontinuation of the course. Applications must be submitted to the Examinations Office within five days of the end of the main examination period for the semester.NB: This information replaces any previous references to special consideration, Aegrotat or Backdated (Late) Withdrawal in the Course Information System, Learn or Course Outlines. If you are unclear about the implications or process please discuss with your Course Coordinator or contact the Student and Programme Office for assistance.
Students display academic integrity when they submit for assessment work that is their own. When this is not the case, the students are engaging in cheating or dishonest practices. All forms of cheating and dishonest practice are taken seriously and penalties will result. Students should refer to Regulation J of the General Course and Examination Regulations. It is unacceptable to submit sections of work completed for one course as part of an assignment for another course.
All assignments will be submitted via Learn dropboxes.For ICT help call our free call number 0508 UC IT HELP (0508 824 843) or on 03 369 5000. Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm (excluding public and university holidays)
Domestic fee $777.00
International fee $3,375.00
* All fees are inclusive of NZ GST or any equivalent overseas tax, and do not include any programme level discount or additional course-related expenses.
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