The elements to be used in media arts and drama, you can choose which one you want to use for which stage. This is all Australian based work. Â
Clear and detailed documentation of two experiences/lessons in creative arts for primary school children (including clear links to The Creative Arts K-6 Syllabus and cultural diversity, and specific details of the key elements of the arts modes identified, rationale, resources and strategies).
– Plan in detail two creative arts learning experiences/lessons for children in primary school using two different art forms (choose the two you have not addressed in the birth to 5 year old experiences). These experiences/lessons need to be for Early Stage 1, Stage 1, Stage 2 or Stage 3 and must link to the relevant outcomes and indicators for that stage in the Creative Arts K-6 Syllabus and Support Document (NESA, 2006). You have the option of planning both experiences for the same stage – ie two Stage 1 experiences, or you can choose to plan for two different stages ie one Early Stage 1 and one Stage 2 experience.
â€“ Give a brief rationale for each individual experience/lesson and the details of each experience, including the creative arts learning focus with specific reference to key elements and concepts, resources, and strategies and reference to your philosophy of creative arts teaching and learning and relevant readings.
ensure that your planned experiences include:
1. The learning focus, including specific identification of the key elements you will focus on for the arts mode you are planning for, with links to at least one outcome and related indicators from the Creative Arts K-6 Syllabus relevant to your nominated stage, and identification of the potential of the experience to foster understandings of cultural diversity.
2. The rationale (this should clearly link back to the learning focus as well as to your personal philosophy of the arts, supported by links to readings).
3. How you will interact with the children to support their learning, with specific examples (use the ideas in the syllabus and your readings as a guide to strategies).