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Draft Australian Curriculum: The Arts. Consultation. July 2012. Learning areas. The Melbourne Declaration identifies eight learning areas including: The Arts (performing and visual) . Curriculum development phases. Consultation timeline. Development process for Phase 1 subjects.

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Draft australian curriculum the arts

Draft Australian Curriculum: The Arts

Consultation

July 2012


Learning areas
Learning areas

The Melbourne Declaration identifies eight learning areas including:

The Arts (performing and visual)





Implementation

  • NSW has made no commitment to implementation of the Australian Curriculum for arts subjects.

  • The Board of Studies will follow its regular cycle of curriculum evaluation and review which will identify priorities for curriculum renewal. When a current syllabus or learning area is identified for renewal the Board will take the opportunity to incorporate Australian curriculum content.

  • In all cases, all schools are required to implement current approved NSW Syllabuses until otherwise advised by the Board.


Organisation of the australian curriculum
Organisation of the Australian Curriculum

The Australian Curriculum: The Arts

  • is being developed for F-10

  • is described in bands of year levels not Stages

  • has content descriptions not outcomes

  • has content elaborations not ‘learn to’ and ‘learn about’


Organisation of the australian curriculum1
Organisation of the Australian Curriculum

The Australian Curriculum: The Arts comprises five subjects:

  • Dance

  • Drama

  • Media Arts

  • Music

  • Visual Arts


Organisation of the australian curriculum2
Organisation of the Australian Curriculum

Each subject is presented through two interrelated strands

  • Making – using processes, techniques, knowledge and skills to make art works

  • Responding – exploring, responding to, analysing and interpreting art works


Organisation of the australian curriculum3
Organisation of the Australian Curriculum

The Australian Curriculum: The Arts proposes:

  • F-6opportunities to learn in five Arts subjects

  • Years 7-8opportunities to learn in one or more Arts subjects

  • Years 9-10opportunities to specialise in one or more Arts subjects


Organisation of the australian curriculum4
Organisation of the Australian Curriculum

Mandatory hours

The draft curriculum does not specify hours for each Arts subject.

Time allocations will be determined by the relevant education authorities in each state or territory.


General capabilities
General capabilities

Information and communication technology (ICT)

competence

Critical and creative

thinking

Ethical behaviour

Literacy

Intercultural

understanding

Numeracy

Personal and social competence



Dance drama media arts music visual arts
Dance, Drama, Media Arts, Music, Visual Arts

  • Rationale

  • Aims

  • Learning in…

  • Band descriptions

  • Content descriptionsspecifying what teachers are expected to teach (mandatory)

  • Elaborationsexamples that illustrate each content description (non-mandatory)

  • Achievement Standardsstatements of the learning typically expected of students for that band.


Key questions for evaluating the draft f 10 curriculum
Key questions for evaluating the draft F-10 curriculum





Your feedback is important
Your feedback is important

Your feedback is appreciated.

Please send further written feedback to:

Rach Kirsten

Group Leader Science, Technology and The Arts

[email protected]


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