Week 11 "Before class" notes--Incorporating Arts
Week 11 "Before class" notes--Incorporating Arts 17966
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Gabrielle Cervantes on Thursday October 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 17966 at University of Texas at El Paso taught by Dr. So Jung Kim in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 31 views. For similar materials see RED 2430: Foundations of Literacy and Learning in Education and Teacher Studies at University of Texas at El Paso.
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Week 11 notes Incorporating Arts INTRO O O 0000 O 0 Children are bored and have nothing to motivate them to go to school art can be that motivator O Gives sense of anticipation hope and interest Arts are essential 0 Cannot participate in conversation or have true understanding wout them Should help child discover what they re good at Arts help develop capacities and attitudes central to learning Imagination develops makes empathy possible Develop selfconfidence develop selfdiscipline Persistence 0 Develop intellectual skills Classroom becomes a studio where learner is engaged Exposes learners to other cultures through various arts and crafts Provides opportunity for learners to share what they know Required to notice carefully analyze and interpret diverse texts think critically pose problems make decisions Supports formation of community opens pathways for dialogue Defined as music visual arts drama dance and literaturecreative writing 0 Require performance and creative action 0 Extensive intelligences Learn by doing can t cheat in the arts OOOO CONCLUSION O 0 Literature music theater visual arts media film photography television architecture and dance 0 Reveal aspects of ourselves the world Study of the arts helps develop sense of judgment choosing and asserting choices 0 Quality that s developed NOT taught