EDUC9885 Studies of Asia: Arts Learning Area 2 (Contemporary Arts of Asia)
This topic is no longer available. See below for details for 2019.
Topic Not Available in 2019
1 x 12-hour independent study weekly
Enrolment not permitted
EDAS8006A has been successfully completed
Topic offered subject to minimum enrolment numbers.
This topic provides an introduction to the contemporary arts of Asia, with a focus on the changing rules for the arts as societies respond to new contexts in the region. Whilst independent of Studies of Asia: Arts Learning Area 1, it builds upon the prior application of knowledge and understanding of studies of Asia in the arts curriculum area.
The two major aims of this topic are to enable students to:
increase their knowledge and understanding of studies of the arts of Asia, especially as related to contemporary issues and the likely implications of closer Asia-Australia relationships
apply their knowledge and understanding of studies of Asia to developing effective strategies for the teaching and learning of the arts
Expected learning outcomes
As a result of completing this topic, students will be able to:
understand the changing role of the arts of Asia
evaluate similarities and differences between established and emerging Asian and Australian art forms
understand how the arts of Asia are responding to contemporary issues
evaluate issues of continuity and change in the arts of Asia, within and across cultures
analyse curriculum development issues related to infusing studies of Asia into the arts curriculum
plan and apply a range of teaching and learning strategies to infuse studies of Asia into the arts curriculum to meet the needs of all students
use school and state/territory policy and curriculum documents with regard to infusing studies of Asia into the arts curriculum
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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