Drama and Arts in Education Syllabus

Drama and Arts in Education Syllabus


DRAMA AND ART IN EDUCATION B.Ed SYLLABUS 


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OBJECTIVES AND IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING DRAMA AND ARTS IN EDUCATION IN B.ED TEACHING Program:

After completion of the course, student teachers will be able to:
·        develop and understanding of drama & art, the scope, and purpose of art education and art as the basis of education
·        exhibit basic understanding in art appreciation, art expression, and art education
·        bring the  arts  into  the center  of  exploration,  e.g.  in  visual  arts:  semiotics  of  the image/film/play/music
·        explore the adaptive strategies of artistic expression
·        recognize the role of drama as education in the elementary school
·        learn to identify areas that are best suited for drama exploration
·        examine through chosen themes, how learning can take place in the classroom through group drama exploration by a whole class of elementary school students
·        explore the role of the teacher as a creative guide in learning that is drama driven
·        explore how art can enhance learning

COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS)

UNIT 1

Understanding Drama and Arts in Education
·        Meaning and Concept of ‘Art’ and ‘Arts in Education’,
·        Understanding aesthetics and its education relevance
·        Drama and Arts as Pedagogy of learning and development- understanding drama, Arts (Visual & Performing Arts) and their importance in teaching-learning of different subjects at the school level.
·        Range of art activities in drama
·        Experiencing, responding and appreciating the drama
·        Exposure to selective basic skills required for drama
·        Drama: Facilitating interest among students: planning and implementing activities
·        Enhancing learning through drama for children with and without special needs: strategies and adaptations

UNIT 2 
Media and Electronic Arts
·        Range of art activities in media and electronic art forms
·        Experiencing, responding and appreciating media and electronic arts
·        Exposure to selective basic skills in media and electronic arts
·        Media and electronic arts: Facilitating interest among students: planning and implementing activities
·        Enhancing learning through media and electronic  art  for  children  with  and  without special needs: strategies and adaptations 

Task and Assignment: Any two of the following:
·        Role-Playing’ activity for historical/contemporary personalities wherein students play the role of that personality to advocate his/her opinions/decisions/thought processes (for example, Akbar, Hitler, Galileo, Bhagat Singh, etc.)
·        Write a self-reflective essay on how this course on art will make you a better teacher
·        Learn and briefly explain how music notations are made. Submit a brief report OR learn and explain the concept of composition in visual art. Submit a brief report. OR make and submit a sample advertisement for a product OR Learn Mudras of a classical dance forms and hold a session for the students on that. Submit photo report of the same
·        Carryout web search on Indian sculpture and submit a brief compilation
·        Organizing art, craft and music exercise with small groups followed by discussions and presentation.
·        Observe an art period in a school and briefly write your reflections on it.
·        Any other project/ assignment given by the institution.

NOTE: External practical will be conducted by an external examiner at the end of the semester. 

SUGGESTED READINGS AND BEST BOOKS FOR DRAMA AND ART IN EDUCATION

·        Chawla, S.S. (1986). The teaching of Art. Patiala: Publication Bureau, Punjabi University.
·        Dodd, N. and Winifred, H. (1971/1980).  Drama  and  Theatre  in  Education, Lundon: Heinmann.
·        Efland, A. D.  (1990).  A  history  of  Art  Education:  Intellectual  and  social currents inteaching the visual arts. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
·        Harriet, G. (1964). Art in Everyday Life. Calcutta: Oxford and IBH Publishing Company.
·        Khanna, S. and NBT (1992). Joy of Making Indian Toys, Popular Science. New Delhi: NBT.
·        McCaslin,  N.  (1987).  Creative  Drama  in  the  Primary  Grades.  Vol.  I  and   In the Intermediate Grades, Vol. II, New York/London: Longman.
·        Mishra, A. (2004). Aaj bhi KhareinhaiTalaab, Gandhi Peace Foundation, 5 th Edition.
·        Narayan, S. (1997). Gandhi views on Education: Buniyadi Shiksha [Basic  Education], The Selected Works of Gandhi; The Voice of Truth, Vol 6, Navajivan Publishing house.
·        NCERT (2006). Position Paper  National  Focus  Group  on  Arts,  Music,  Dance  and Theatre, New Delhi: NCERT.
·        Prasad, D. (1998). Art as the Basis of Education, NBT, New Delhi.
·        Sahi, J. and Sahi, R.(2009). Learning Through Art, Eklavya.
·        Shirley, G. (2000). Art, an A to Z guide. Franklin Watts: USA.
·        Vaze, P. (1999). How to Draw and Paint Nature. Jyosna Prakashan: Mumbai.
·        Ward, A. (1993). Sound and Music. Franklin Watts: New York.

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