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Posted: December 31st, 2022

EDU40008: Arts Education

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Teaching Period 3, 2022
EDU40008: Arts Education
Assignment 1: Essay
Word limit: 1600 words (+/- 10%)
Weighting: 50%
Due date: 5pm AEDT Wednesday 4 January 2023 (Week 7)
After you have read this information, head over to the Assignment 1 Q&A
(https://swinburneonline.instructure.com/courses/4112/discussion_topics/634519) discussion board
to ask any questions and see what your peers are saying about this assignment.
Assignment overview
This assignment requires you to argue a rationale for Arts education. There are two parts to
this essay.
Firstly, you are asked to reflect on the value of creativity and the Arts within education using
academic research to support your argument. Secondly, you are asked to articulate your
understanding of one of the three indicated Arts’ learning areas/subjects with reference to the
curriculum.
You will have the opportunity to reflect on your growing understanding of the Arts and
education throughout the unit, and relate these ideas more personally within the reflective
component of your folio in Assignment 2: Folio
(https://swinburneonline.instructure.com/courses/4112/assignments/38451) .
This assignment supports unit learning outcomes 1, 2 and 3.
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Assignment details
You are to write a 1600-word essay that consists of two parts:
Part A: You are to write an 800-word essay in response to the following question: What is the
value of creative arts in primary education?
In Part A, you must:
explain how the Arts provide a different way of experiencing and understanding the world
that is unique from other learning areas
describe the benefits of creative learning experiences and how the knowledge and
understandings learned in these experiences are important transferable skills.
Part B: You are to write an 800-word essay that addresses the following prompt: Investigate
the teaching and learning of one of the Arts learning areas/subjects—either Visual Arts,
Music or Drama.
In Part B, you must:
describe a specific pedagogical approach to the teaching and learning of one specific Arts
learning area/subject (Visual Arts, Music or Drama) that you have chosen
explain how elements of ICT, using the Digital Technologies content descriptions or ICT
General Capabilities, can be incorporated into the Arts learning area/subject you have
chosen.
explain where this one specific Arts learning area/subject is situated and structured in the
curriculum for primary education, and explain how it could be integrated across the
curriculum
explain the elements of the one specific Arts learning area/subject that are required to be
understood in order to effectively teach it in primary education.
You must draw upon the core texts, relevant curriculum, course materials, and other
contemporary literature to support your arguments. You must use the appropriate academic
referencing for this unit—APA 7 Edition.
Supporting resources
The following resources will support you in completing this assignment:
Additional resources: Essay writing guide
(https://swinburneonline.instructure.com/courses/4112/pages/additional-resources-essaywriting-guide) .
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Additional resources: Writing academic essays
(https://swinburneonline.instructure.com/courses/4112/pages/additional-resources-writingacademic-essays) .
Additional resources: Referencing guide
(https://swinburneonline.instructure.com/courses/4112/pages/additional-resourcesreferencing-guide) .
Review the Referencing (https://studenthub.swinburneonline.edu.au/referencing) section
of the Student Hub for tips on ‘Referencing the Australian Curriculum’.
Review the ‘Assignment support’ section of Academic practice
(https://studenthub.swinburneonline.edu.au/academic-practice) .
The Arts introduction (https://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/f-10-curriculum/thearts/introduction/) (ACARA, 2018, v.8.4).
Throughout your teaching journey, you will be required to use your relevant national
and/or state or territory curriculum. To help you build capability in this area, and to help
further prepare you for placements, we allow you to choose whether you would like to
use the relevant national and/or state or territory curriculum in your assignments. For
more information specific to your assignments for this unit, please seek advice from your
eLAs and/or your Unit Coordinator.
Submission details overview
This assignment will be submitted through Canvas. When you are ready to submit your
assignment, select the ‘Start Assignment’ button at the top of this page. You will be taken to the
‘File Upload’ tab where you can choose your file or submit your URL.
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Once you have submitted your assignment, select ‘Submission Details’ on the right of your
screen to view your originality report if you haven’t already done so.
Please allow a 24-hour turnaround for an originality report to be generated. See the ‘Turnitin
originality report’ area of the Academic practice
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Resubmissions after the due date without prior approval from your Unit Coordinator
may not be marked.
Assignment support
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If you need assistance with academic feedback on a draft of your assignment task, see
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Assignment criteria
1. General knowledge and understanding of the creative arts, including ICT.
2. Depth and breadth of writing that describes the benefits of the creative arts.
3. Specific pedagogical knowledge and understanding of one Arts learning area/subject
(Visual Arts, Music or Drama), with reference to its place in the curriculum.
4. Demonstrated knowledge of the key elements of one Arts learning area/subject (Visual
Arts, Music or Drama) and how it is integrated into the curriculum, including ICT.
5. Academic expression.
Your work will be assessed using the following marking guide:
Assignment 1 marking guide
Criterion No Pass Pass
50–59%
Credit
60–69%
Distinction
70–79%
High
Distinction
80–100%
General
knowledge
and
understanding
of the creative
arts, including
ICT
(20%)
Did not
meet
criterion.
Provides a
definition in
own words of
the creative
arts that
demonstrates
a basic
understanding.
A definition of
the creative
arts is given
and is
accurate
throughout.
Key concepts
and skills are
noted and
A succinct
and clear
definition and
understanding
of the creative
arts is given
and is
accurate
throughout.
In-depth and
comprehensive
definition and
understanding
of the creative
arts.
Key concepts
and skills are
rigorously
explained, and
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Criterion No Pass Pass
50–59%
Credit
60–69%
Distinction
70–79%
High
Distinction
80–100%
Key concepts
and skills are
noted and
there is a
basic attempt
to explain.
explained
clearly.
Key concepts
and skills are
explained in
detail.
the relationship
between ideas
is evident.
Depth and
breadth of
writing that
describes the
benefits of the
creative arts
(20%)
Did not
meet
criterion.
The main
aspects of the
essay
question are
addressed,
with basic
research from
unit materials.
A basic
explanation of
the benefits
and
significance of
the Arts in
primary
education is
given.
The essay
question is
addressed
and
supported by
research from
relevant unit
materials.
A clear
explanation of
the benefits
and
significance of
the creative
arts is given.
The essay
question is
addressed
and
supported by
relevant unit
material and
examples
and/or cases.
A detailed
explanation of
the benefits
and
significance of
the creative
arts is given.
All aspects of
the essay
question are
addressed and
justified with
relevant unit
readings, wider
research and
examples
and/or cases.
Benefits and
significance of
the creative
arts are
rigorously and
insightfully
explained.
Specific
pedagogical
knowledge
and
understanding
of one Arts
Did not
meet
criterion.
Basic
pedagogical
knowledge
and
understanding
of one Arts
Satisfactory
pedagogical
knowledge
and
understanding
of one Arts
A succinct
and clear
pedagogical
knowledge
and
understanding
An in-depth
and
comprehensive
pedagogical
knowledge and
understanding
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Criterion No Pass Pass
50–59%
Credit
60–69%
Distinction
70–79%
High
Distinction
80–100%
learning
area/subject
(Visual Arts,
Music or
Drama) with
reference to
its place in
the
curriculum
(20%)
learning
area/subject.
Basic
explanation of
where the
learning
area/subject is
situated and
structured in
the curriculum
for primary
education.
learning
area/subject.
Satisfactory
explanation of
where the
learning
area/subject
is situated
and
structured in
the curriculum
for primary
education.
of one Arts
learning
area/subject.
Clear
explanation of
where the
learning
area/subject
is situated
and
structured in
the curriculum
for primary
education.
of one Arts
learning
area/subject.
Clear and
detailed
explanation of
where the
learning
area/subject is
situated and
structured in
the curriculum
for primary
education.
Demonstrated
knowledge of
the key
elements of
one Arts
learning
area/subject
(Visual Arts,
Music or
Drama) and
how it is
integrated into
the
curriculum,
including ICT.
(20%)
Did not
meet
criterion.
A basic
knowledge of
some of the
key elements
of one Arts
learning
area/subject.
Some
explanation of
how it could
be integrated
across the
curriculum,
including ICT.
A satisfactory
knowledge of
the key
elements of
one Arts
learning
area/subject.
Satisfactory
explanation of
how it could
be integrated
across the
curriculum,
including ICT.
A detailed
knowledge of
the key
elements of
one Arts
learning
area/subject.
Welldeveloped
explanation of
how it could
be integrated
across the
curriculum,
including ICT.
A
comprehensive
and insightful
understanding
of the key
elements of
one Arts
learning
area/subject.
Very welldeveloped
explanation of
how it could be
integrated
across the
curriculum,
including ICT.
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Criterion No Pass Pass
50–59%
Credit
60–69%
Distinction
70–79%
High
Distinction
80–100%
Academic
expression
(20%)
Did not
meet
criterion.
The ideas are
presented in a
logical order,
however, there
is room for
improvement
in structure.
There are
some spelling
errors and/or
problems with
grammar.
External
sources are
acknowledged
but incorrectly
referenced.
The ideas are
presented in a
wellstructured
and logical
order.
The writing is
mostly free of
spelling errors
and/or
problems with
grammar.
An author and
date system
of referencing
has been
used;
however,
closer
adherence to
the demands
of the APA
style guide is
required.
The ideas are
presented in a
wellstructured
and logical
order.
There are
very few
spelling errors
or problems
with grammar.
External
sources are
generally
referenced
correctly, but
there are
minor errors
in formatting
or the use of
punctuation.
The ideas are
presented in a
well-structured
and logical
order.
The work is
free from any
spelling errors
or problems
with grammar.
All external
sources are
referenced
correctly.
References
Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority [ACARA]. (2018). Australian
Curriculum: F-10 curriculum: The Arts: Introduction v.8.4. Retrieved from
https://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/f-10-curriculum/the-arts/introduction/
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