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Creative Arts program- Teacher's preparation

Contents
  1. Contextual Description. 3
  1. Rationale. 4
  1. Classroom Management 6
  1. Purpose of the Unit 8
  1. Preparing and Clean Up. 9
  2. Resource Details. 10

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1.     Contextual Description

This section provides a brief description of the school chosen, the class for which creative arts program would be set up having cultural, physical and social differences. In addition, the section consists of developing the previous learning experiences of children with regard to knowledge, interest and skills in visual arts, music, dance and drama.

1.1 School description: General

An art program named as M.A.D Creative arts program brings local artists from Toronto belonging to Walnut Studios is brought in schools to work with students in order to develop projects of Art.
The name of school is Niagara Street Public School with the program allowing students to develop in a creative manner. It has been declared by the educator artist who works with children that in order to bring art from a fresh perspective. He also asserted that using the creativity skills of thinking in order to be creative are brought to find a solution to the problem of how images and ideas can be expressed and so far the scenario has worked in all realms (Driver et al, 2009).
As part of planning the lesson, inspirations from both artists of Toronto who are local and historical have been taken. What children learn is applied by them in order to develop their own artwork styles. Many doors can be opened with the help of heart helping children not only to focus but also concentrate helping to solve the problem helping children work in a community.
The teacher’s believed that this model would be successful as it brings the involvement of real artists to develop the process of activities.
The students in this school are from all parts of the world and from this perspective are different in cultural, social and physical terms.
Children are interested in all forms of arts and thus, incorporating the program would lead towards creative development skills in students.

1.2  Class description

The program is for students ranging from 5 to 12 years. The children are young at this age they can grasp the concepts of music, dance, drama and visual arts. The number of students in the class would be 35 students. (Coch et al, 2005)

1.3  Previous learning experiences of children

As the age group of student’s group selected was from 5 to 12, which meant that most of the student’s however, did not have a prior learning experience and this would be the first time that approximately 17 students under the age 5 to 7 will have.
Music and Dance were two categories where the rest of the students had interest. Most students wanted to learn both and had been practicing the same previously. Visual arts has not been experienced by any of the students whereas children say that they find drama, a little difficult and challenging as it required children to be in the character the drama being played. For this, sharp mind and acting aspects are required. It has been said by Kieras 2006, that in order improve arts in strong ways, children need to develop a sustained focus (Kieras, 2006).

2.     Rationale

2.1Importance of teaching Creative Arts in primary schools

Creativity is a concept which is not only elusive but also contested in nature. Many attempts have been made to define it. Lucas said that creativity is that ability which helps in solving problems and products of fashion in order to develop several questions.
From this framework it can be said that with the help of creativity, an individual can turn his new ideas and imaginations into practical realms by making them real. Linda Naiman, 2004, said that creativity involved two processes. These processes are to think and to produce. Innovation is the development of an idea or even its production. If an individual has ideas but doesn’t know how to make them into reality that he or she has a good level of imagination but is not creative.
Plenty of opportunities are offered to children by developing the creative curriculum in order to provide behavior with creativity. In addition, children have creative energy as if it is stemmed from an unlimited supply. Also, research depicts that when children enter schools, they have good level of creativities and also are ready to flourish them. Therefore, children require to learn creative processes and forms not only to attain a strength in their own selves but also inhabiting all communities (Ethier et al, 2009).         

2.2Importance of teaching the 4 Art forms

2.2.1       Music

 The beliefs of teachers, feelings and aspiration on key factors of music and its importance depict that aim of the music curriculum and the teaching incorporated. With the help of music children can develop their skills of language, reading, math and also sciences. This is because music in itself is a language form comprising various patterns used in forming notes, rhythms and also chords. Music experience helps a child to specify the vowel which has harmonic sound present in language as well as words sequencing with ideas. Reading is also developed with the help of music.

  •  Drama
 In order to develop learning through drama, a story behaves as a stimulus along with pictures being used to strengthen the student’s learning skill. A fictional landscape is established by teachers and students for action to take place. Particular drama methodologies are used by teacher’s to strengthen the commitment of children. The importance of empathy development in students leads to a major claim made by drama. According to this claim, students learn not only about life but also about existence of humans in different hypothetical experiences. This leads towards creativity enhancement and imaginative aspects (Neville et al, 2010) .
  •  Visual Arts
 Today, children live in a completely visual world. The curriculum of visual arts provides a chance towards students for exploring, expressing and experimenting the ideas in order to deliver possible investigations towards a wide range of processes and also materials Own experiences, stories, drama or music they all are created by bringing them into real realms. The same is done by visual arts perspective. Opportunities are required by students to research themes and problems that are significant to them. Personal values and self esteem enhancement can be developed with the help of visual arts. The visual forms characterizing expressions of an object of art or the work of an artist are both appreciated by children only by incorporating art appreciation through visual arts (Neville et al, 2009).

2.2.4       Dance

There are various neurological theories presenting how bran develops and successes the various principles needed in making the brain learn through effective dancing practice and teaching. The activity of Dance can illustrate all the sides of brain relying on memorization of senses. By learning the difficult learning patterns of rhythms, the whole body system can be energized and stimulated. Most students, who are kin aesthetic in nature who actually move while learning, find the best way to do so is by dancing.

2.3Contextual approach for explaining creative forms needs for students for the chosen age group: Reflection


By analyzing the theories and developing the contextual framework as presented in this assignment, depicts that all creativity art forms basically Dance, Music, Drama and Visual Arts are of extreme importance to kids who lie between the age group 5 to 12. This is because all these forms of art will develop creative skills and enhancement of imaginative prospects at that young age. Also, children are easily able to grasp all that they are taught at this age as they are highly energetic and interested in activities which allow them to move from one place to another ( Bevilier, 2009).

3.     Classroom Management

3.1Classroom management strategies based on the 8 aspects of the CREATIVE classroom management model

The model of classroom management presents that it is an effective discipline designed for the class in order to motivate the group of chose students to provide them a safe and comfortable environment of learning. Classroom management strategies are important as they lead the teachers towards a creative process of development in children. These strategies will be the following:
  • Disruptive behaviors dealt with but off-task management minimized
  • Each child should be taught to govern the behavior of their own
  • On-task and learning activities engagement for making students learn how these have to be managed
  • Focusing attention of the whole class
  • Promoting effective silence
  • Planning the lessons before for ensuring that the period of learning is full of new activities
  • Coming prepared to class (Etheir et al, 2009)
  • Showing confidence in teaching

3.2Relevant Strategies for each art form

3.2.1       Visual Arts

The structure of programme content based on the self experience of children, imagination, observing and then developing the stages is as follows:
  • Drawing: Allowing creation, expression, thought clarification and communicating
  • Paint and Color: Providing appreciation and understanding towards the use of colors in order to lead the experience of expression, imaginative ideas and interest for developing color awareness in one’s work crafted with various objects of design
  • Print: encouraging incentive focus and graphical representations functionally
  • Working with Clay: giving a chance to form and change the imagination of materials for designing and creating objects (Early child care research Network, 2009)

3.2.2       Music

There are three strands in the music curriculum:
  • Listen and Respond: focus on enhancing active listening skills which lead to responses that make sense
  • Perform: emphasis on using voice for enjoyment while performing and to develop music skills. According to literary reviews, two main components are developed with the help of music. These are pitch and rhythm. With the help of these new opportunities can be formed and confidence of students can be enhanced by encouraging their musical skills.
  • Compose: developing the creativity of children by providing a self expression avenue. Material is selected and sequenced by the child involving listening and then deciding that which suits his or her needs best (Etheir et al, 2009)

3.2.3 Drama

The elements in the curriculum of drama are
  • Role; Belief and Character; Action; Place; Time; Tension
  • Significance
  • Genre

3.2.3       Dance

In dance classes of children in a creative manner should have opportunities developing expressions, ideas and feelings. Time should be given for them to practice, discuss and movement refinement. Four principles of the body movement follows:
  • Action of the Body: what can be done by the body
  • Dynamics: movement of the body
  • Space: where body moves
  • Movement: with the help of what the movement is happening (Bevelier, 2009)

4.     Purpose of the Unit

4.1Learning outcome

  • Development and enjoyment of appreciation, aesthetic activities including music, dance, drama, visual arts
  • Developing and providing necessary information to enhance knowledge and skills to let children express themselves through music, visual art, drama and dance

4.2Music Outcomes

  • Enabling children to understand appreciate and enjoy critically
  • Development of openness in children towards several genres in music
  • Development of thigh order thinking which is incorporated with life-long learning by skills, concepts and values present in the musical knowledge

4.3Drama Outcomes

  • Enabling children to become literate of drama
  • Developing the ability to enter in the realms of fictional drama and discover possibilities by cooperating with others
  • Explore feelings and relate (Clay, 2003)

4.4Dance Outcomes

  • Participation
  • Enjoyment
  • Develop movement of vocabulary
  • Appreciation
  • Confidence

4.5Virtual art outcomes

  • Balance in other subject areas present in the course
  • Challenging
  • Motivating

5.     Preparing and Clean Up

5.1Music

All music files and lessons need to be prepared however no clean up is required

5.2Dance

Step by step approach in teaching different dance forms with the help of dress materials so that students can develop enjoyment and appreciation

5.3Drama

The prospect of drama has grown and so has drama with props. Props should be used which are sustainable

5.4Visual Art

ICT applications being virus free and involving resources that are secure and have no privacy concerns (Bavelier et al, 2009)

6.     Resource Details

Music: Musical instruments, ICT applications, reviewing literature, electronic media, record of improvisations and tools of music
Dance: Dance literature, movements, literature review and practice
Drama: Work samples, portfolios, curriculum profiles of drama artists, vast range of literature, material required to associate drama with reality and dramatic tools
Visual Arts: Materials, tools, community resources such as parents, artists present in the localities, exhibitions, collection of art in gallery form, centers for craft, programs of TV and DVV and important applications of ICT (Neville, 2009)

7.     References

Bavelier, D., Brozinsky, C., Tomann, A., Mitchell, T., Neville, H. and Liu, G. Impact of early deafness and early exposure to sign language on the cerebral organization for motion processing. Journal of Neuroscience, (2009), vol. 21, no. 22, p. 8931-8942.
Bavelier, D. and Neville, H.J. Cross-modal plasticity: Where and how? Nature Reviews Neuroscience, (2010), vol. 3, p. 443-452.
Clay, M.M. An observation survey of early literacy achievement. Auckland: Heinemann, (2003)
Coch, D., Sanders, L.D. and Neville, H.J. An event-related potential study of selective auditory attention in children and adults. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, (2005), vol. 17, no. 4, p. 605-622.
Driver, J., Davis, G., Russell, C., Turatto, M., and Freeman, E. Segmentation, attention and phenomenal visual objects. Cognition, (2009), vol. 80, p. 61-95.
Dunn, L.M. and Dunn, L.M. Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, (3rd ed.). Circle Pines, MN: American Guidance Services, (2007)
Early Child Care Research Network, N. Do children’s attention processes mediate the link between family predictors and school readiness? Developmental Psychology, (2009), vol. 39, p. 581-593.
Ethier, M., Braun, C. and Baribeau, J.M.C. Computer-dispensed cognitive-perceptual training of closed head injury patients after spontaneous recovery. Study 1: Speeded tasks. Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation, (2009).vol. 2, p. 223-233.
Neville, H.J. and Lawson, D. Attention to central and peripheral visual space in a movement detection task Part 2 : An eventrelated potential and behavioral study. II. Congenitally deaf adults. Brain Research, (2010), vol. 405, p. 268-283.
Neville, H.J. and Lawson, D. Attention to central and peripheral visual space in a movement detection task an eventrelated potential and behavioral study. III. Separate effects of auditory deprivation and acquisition of a visual language. Brain Research, (2009), vol. 405, no. 2, p. 284-294.











Contents
  1. Contextual Description. 3
  1. Rationale. 4
  1. Classroom Management 6
  1. Purpose of the Unit 8
  1. Preparing and Clean Up. 9
  2. Resource Details. 10


1.     Contextual Description

This section provides a brief description of the school chosen, the class for which creative arts program would be set up having cultural, physical and social differences. In addition, the section consists of developing the previous learning experiences of children with regard to knowledge, interest and skills in visual arts, music, dance and drama.

1.1 School description: General

An art program named as M.A.D Creative arts program brings local artists from Toronto belonging to Walnut Studios is brought in schools to work with students in order to develop projects of Art.
The name of school is Niagara Street Public School with the program allowing students to develop in a creative manner. It has been declared by the educator artist who works with children that in order to bring art from a fresh perspective. He also asserted that using the creativity skills of thinking in order to be creative are brought to find a solution to the problem of how images and ideas can be expressed and so far the scenario has worked in all realms (Driver et al, 2009).
As part of planning the lesson, inspirations from both artists of Toronto who are local and historical have been taken. What children learn is applied by them in order to develop their own artwork styles. Many doors can be opened with the help of heart helping children not only to focus but also concentrate helping to solve the problem helping children work in a community.
The teacher’s believed that this model would be successful as it brings the involvement of real artists to develop the process of activities.
The students in this school are from all parts of the world and from this perspective are different in cultural, social and physical terms.
Children are interested in all forms of arts and thus, incorporating the program would lead towards creative development skills in students.

1.2  Class description

The program is for students ranging from 5 to 12 years. The children are young at this age they can grasp the concepts of music, dance, drama and visual arts. The number of students in the class would be 35 students. (Coch et al, 2005)

1.3  Previous learning experiences of children

As the age group of student’s group selected was from 5 to 12, which meant that most of the student’s however, did not have a prior learning experience and this would be the first time that approximately 17 students under the age 5 to 7 will have.
Music and Dance were two categories where the rest of the students had interest. Most students wanted to learn both and had been practicing the same previously. Visual arts has not been experienced by any of the students whereas children say that they find drama, a little difficult and challenging as it required children to be in the character the drama being played. For this, sharp mind and acting aspects are required. It has been said by Kieras 2006, that in order improve arts in strong ways, children need to develop a sustained focus (Kieras, 2006).

2.     Rationale

2.1Importance of teaching Creative Arts in primary schools

Creativity is a concept which is not only elusive but also contested in nature. Many attempts have been made to define it. Lucas said that creativity is that ability which helps in solving problems and products of fashion in order to develop several questions.
From this framework it can be said that with the help of creativity, an individual can turn his new ideas and imaginations into practical realms by making them real. Linda Naiman, 2004, said that creativity involved two processes. These processes are to think and to produce. Innovation is the development of an idea or even its production. If an individual has ideas but doesn’t know how to make them into reality that he or she has a good level of imagination but is not creative.
Plenty of opportunities are offered to children by developing the creative curriculum in order to provide behavior with creativity. In addition, children have creative energy as if it is stemmed from an unlimited supply. Also, research depicts that when children enter schools, they have good level of creativities and also are ready to flourish them. Therefore, children require to learn creative processes and forms not only to attain a strength in their own selves but also inhabiting all communities (Ethier et al, 2009).         

2.2Importance of teaching the 4 Art forms

2.2.1       Music

 The beliefs of teachers, feelings and aspiration on key factors of music and its importance depict that aim of the music curriculum and the teaching incorporated. With the help of music children can develop their skills of language, reading, math and also sciences. This is because music in itself is a language form comprising various patterns used in forming notes, rhythms and also chords. Music experience helps a child to specify the vowel which has harmonic sound present in language as well as words sequencing with ideas. Reading is also developed with the help of music.

  •  Drama
 In order to develop learning through drama, a story behaves as a stimulus along with pictures being used to strengthen the student’s learning skill. A fictional landscape is established by teachers and students for action to take place. Particular drama methodologies are used by teacher’s to strengthen the commitment of children. The importance of empathy development in students leads to a major claim made by drama. According to this claim, students learn not only about life but also about existence of humans in different hypothetical experiences. This leads towards creativity enhancement and imaginative aspects (Neville et al, 2010) .
  •  Visual Arts
 Today, children live in a completely visual world. The curriculum of visual arts provides a chance towards students for exploring, expressing and experimenting the ideas in order to deliver possible investigations towards a wide range of processes and also materials Own experiences, stories, drama or music they all are created by bringing them into real realms. The same is done by visual arts perspective. Opportunities are required by students to research themes and problems that are significant to them. Personal values and self esteem enhancement can be developed with the help of visual arts. The visual forms characterizing expressions of an object of art or the work of an artist are both appreciated by children only by incorporating art appreciation through visual arts (Neville et al, 2009).

2.2.4       Dance

There are various neurological theories presenting how bran develops and successes the various principles needed in making the brain learn through effective dancing practice and teaching. The activity of Dance can illustrate all the sides of brain relying on memorization of senses. By learning the difficult learning patterns of rhythms, the whole body system can be energized and stimulated. Most students, who are kin aesthetic in nature who actually move while learning, find the best way to do so is by dancing.

2.3Contextual approach for explaining creative forms needs for students for the chosen age group: Reflection


By analyzing the theories and developing the contextual framework as presented in this assignment, depicts that all creativity art forms basically Dance, Music, Drama and Visual Arts are of extreme importance to kids who lie between the age group 5 to 12. This is because all these forms of art will develop creative skills and enhancement of imaginative prospects at that young age. Also, children are easily able to grasp all that they are taught at this age as they are highly energetic and interested in activities which allow them to move from one place to another ( Bevilier, 2009).

3.     Classroom Management

3.1Classroom management strategies based on the 8 aspects of the CREATIVE classroom management model

The model of classroom management presents that it is an effective discipline designed for the class in order to motivate the group of chose students to provide them a safe and comfortable environment of learning. Classroom management strategies are important as they lead the teachers towards a creative process of development in children. These strategies will be the following:
  • Disruptive behaviors dealt with but off-task management minimized
  • Each child should be taught to govern the behavior of their own
  • On-task and learning activities engagement for making students learn how these have to be managed
  • Focusing attention of the whole class
  • Promoting effective silence
  • Planning the lessons before for ensuring that the period of learning is full of new activities
  • Coming prepared to class (Etheir et al, 2009)
  • Showing confidence in teaching

3.2Relevant Strategies for each art form

3.2.1       Visual Arts

The structure of programme content based on the self experience of children, imagination, observing and then developing the stages is as follows:
  • Drawing: Allowing creation, expression, thought clarification and communicating
  • Paint and Color: Providing appreciation and understanding towards the use of colors in order to lead the experience of expression, imaginative ideas and interest for developing color awareness in one’s work crafted with various objects of design
  • Print: encouraging incentive focus and graphical representations functionally
  • Working with Clay: giving a chance to form and change the imagination of materials for designing and creating objects (Early child care research Network, 2009)

3.2.2       Music

There are three strands in the music curriculum:
  • Listen and Respond: focus on enhancing active listening skills which lead to responses that make sense
  • Perform: emphasis on using voice for enjoyment while performing and to develop music skills. According to literary reviews, two main components are developed with the help of music. These are pitch and rhythm. With the help of these new opportunities can be formed and confidence of students can be enhanced by encouraging their musical skills.
  • Compose: developing the creativity of children by providing a self expression avenue. Material is selected and sequenced by the child involving listening and then deciding that which suits his or her needs best (Etheir et al, 2009)

3.2.3 Drama

The elements in the curriculum of drama are
  • Role; Belief and Character; Action; Place; Time; Tension
  • Significance
  • Genre

3.2.3       Dance

In dance classes of children in a creative manner should have opportunities developing expressions, ideas and feelings. Time should be given for them to practice, discuss and movement refinement. Four principles of the body movement follows:
  • Action of the Body: what can be done by the body
  • Dynamics: movement of the body
  • Space: where body moves
  • Movement: with the help of what the movement is happening (Bevelier, 2009)

4.     Purpose of the Unit

4.1Learning outcome

  • Development and enjoyment of appreciation, aesthetic activities including music, dance, drama, visual arts
  • Developing and providing necessary information to enhance knowledge and skills to let children express themselves through music, visual art, drama and dance

4.2Music Outcomes

  • Enabling children to understand appreciate and enjoy critically
  • Development of openness in children towards several genres in music
  • Development of thigh order thinking which is incorporated with life-long learning by skills, concepts and values present in the musical knowledge

4.3Drama Outcomes

  • Enabling children to become literate of drama
  • Developing the ability to enter in the realms of fictional drama and discover possibilities by cooperating with others
  • Explore feelings and relate (Clay, 2003)

4.4Dance Outcomes

  • Participation
  • Enjoyment
  • Develop movement of vocabulary
  • Appreciation
  • Confidence

4.5Virtual art outcomes

  • Balance in other subject areas present in the course
  • Challenging
  • Motivating

5.     Preparing and Clean Up

5.1Music

All music files and lessons need to be prepared however no clean up is required

5.2Dance

Step by step approach in teaching different dance forms with the help of dress materials so that students can develop enjoyment and appreciation

5.3Drama

The prospect of drama has grown and so has drama with props. Props should be used which are sustainable

5.4Visual Art

ICT applications being virus free and involving resources that are secure and have no privacy concerns (Bavelier et al, 2009)

6.     Resource Details

Music: Musical instruments, ICT applications, reviewing literature, electronic media, record of improvisations and tools of music
Dance: Dance literature, movements, literature review and practice
Drama: Work samples, portfolios, curriculum profiles of drama artists, vast range of literature, material required to associate drama with reality and dramatic tools
Visual Arts: Materials, tools, community resources such as parents, artists present in the localities, exhibitions, collection of art in gallery form, centers for craft, programs of TV and DVV and important applications of ICT (Neville, 2009)

7.     References

Bavelier, D., Brozinsky, C., Tomann, A., Mitchell, T., Neville, H. and Liu, G. Impact of early deafness and early exposure to sign language on the cerebral organization for motion processing. Journal of Neuroscience, (2009), vol. 21, no. 22, p. 8931-8942.
Bavelier, D. and Neville, H.J. Cross-modal plasticity: Where and how? Nature Reviews Neuroscience, (2010), vol. 3, p. 443-452.
Clay, M.M. An observation survey of early literacy achievement. Auckland: Heinemann, (2003)
Coch, D., Sanders, L.D. and Neville, H.J. An event-related potential study of selective auditory attention in children and adults. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, (2005), vol. 17, no. 4, p. 605-622.
Driver, J., Davis, G., Russell, C., Turatto, M., and Freeman, E. Segmentation, attention and phenomenal visual objects. Cognition, (2009), vol. 80, p. 61-95.
Dunn, L.M. and Dunn, L.M. Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, (3rd ed.). Circle Pines, MN: American Guidance Services, (2007)
Early Child Care Research Network, N. Do children’s attention processes mediate the link between family predictors and school readiness? Developmental Psychology, (2009), vol. 39, p. 581-593.
Ethier, M., Braun, C. and Baribeau, J.M.C. Computer-dispensed cognitive-perceptual training of closed head injury patients after spontaneous recovery. Study 1: Speeded tasks. Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation, (2009).vol. 2, p. 223-233.
Neville, H.J. and Lawson, D. Attention to central and peripheral visual space in a movement detection task Part 2 : An eventrelated potential and behavioral study. II. Congenitally deaf adults. Brain Research, (2010), vol. 405, p. 268-283.
Neville, H.J. and Lawson, D. Attention to central and peripheral visual space in a movement detection task an eventrelated potential and behavioral study. III. Separate effects of auditory deprivation and acquisition of a visual language. Brain Research, (2009), vol. 405, no. 2, p. 284-294.
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