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 Traducere din curricula australiana clasele 1-10

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MesajSubiect: Traducere din curricula australiana clasele 1-10   Joi Aug 07, 2008 3:50 pm

Va invit sa traducem impreuna aspectele esentiale din curricula australiana.


Nature of the key learning area
The Arts key learning area focuses on active engagement in and reflection on arts
making within the five strands of Dance, Drama, Media, Music and Visual Arts.
This emphasis acknowledges the value of providing opportunities for students to
acquire knowledge, practices and dispositions that can be used to develop selfawareness,
aesthetic awareness and the ability to solve problems, make decisions
and communicate effectively.
Dance
Through participating in dance activities students are provided with
opportunities to develop:
• the ability to use dance as an aesthetic means of ordering movement and
structuring gesture
• an understanding that dance is a universal means of expression and
communication
• confidence in personal physicality and a positive self-image
• an understanding that dance is a popular form of social interaction and a living
expression of culture, spirituality and history
• the ability to rehearse, rework and refine movement sequences
• knowledge and understanding of the contribution dance has made in various
cultural, social and historical contexts.
Drama
Through participating in drama activities students are provided with opportunities
to develop:
• skills that can be used to present themselves, both personally and in role, in a
range of public contexts
• an understanding of the elements and conventions of drama and the ability to
apply these to the creation and shaping of their own dramatic work
• an awareness of the aesthetic domain and its relation to dramatic works
• an appreciation of a range of dramatic forms, styles and contexts
• knowledge and understanding of the contribution drama has made in various
cultural, social and historical contexts
• the ability to critically reflect on their own and others’ dramatic work
• the ability to rehearse, rework, refine material and understand, manage and
communicate ideas, feelings and experiences that are part of the human
condition.
Media
Through participating in media activities students are provided with opportunities
to develop:
• the ability to use the languages and technologies of the media
• knowledge of the processes involved in producing for, and delivering to,
audiences
• the ability to manipulate media languages and technologies and manage the
processes used to communicate ideas and feelings
• the analysis skills needed to become discerning audiences and consumers
• a critical understanding of who produces the media and for what purposes
• an appreciation of the aesthetics of media and how media constructs
perceptions of reality
• an understanding of the relationship between media and the cultural, social and
historical contexts within which it is produced and received
• the ability to actively participate in a society that relies on visual images and
technology to communicate.

Music
Through participating in music activities students are provided with opportunities to
develop:
• an ability to think and communicate in sound
• an ability to rehearse, rework and refine musical ideas and performances
• an awareness of the aesthetic domain and its relation to music
• the ability to critically reflect on their own and others’ musical performances
• music literacy and musicianship
• personal satisfaction and enjoyment through experiencing music as a social
activity
• the skills and understandings needed to express themselves effectively when
performing, improvising and composing
• an understanding of music from various cultural, social and historical contexts.
Visual Arts
Through participating in visual arts activities students are provided with
opportunities to develop:
• visual perception, visual language and visual problem-making and problemsolving
skills
• the ability to use visual literacy and communication to express ideas, feelings,
experiences and observations
• knowledge of the elements, concepts, forms, materials and processes of visual
arts and an ability to use them as a means of personal expression
• an awareness of the aesthetic domain and its relation to the visual arts
• an ability to rework and refine visual arts ideas and concepts
• knowledge and understanding of the visual arts in various cultural, social and
historical contexts
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