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Syllabus 2022-23 - 12112010 - Musical Education and Didactics (Educación musical y su didáctica)

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DEGREE: Grado en Educación primaria
FACULTY: FACULTY OF HUMAN SCIENCES AND EDUCATION
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2022-23
COURSE: Musical Education and Didactics
SYLLABUS
1. COURSE BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: Musical Education and Didactics
CODE: 12112010 ACADEMIC YEAR: 2022-23
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 3
ECTS CREDITS: 7.0 YEAR: - SEMESTER: PC
2. LECTURER BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: AYALA HERRERA, ISABEL MARÍA
DEPARTMENT: U109 - DIDACTICA EXPR. MUSICAL PLASTICA y CORP.
FIELD OF STUDY: 189 - DIDÁCTICA DE LA EXPRESIÓN MUSICAL
OFFICE NO.: D2 - 145 E-MAIL: imayala@ujaen.es P: 953211925
WEBSITE: http://www4.ujaen.es/~imayala/ - http://dv.ujaen.es/docencia/goto_docencia_crs_172152.html
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1383-4795
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 1
NAME: LIÑÁN VALLECILLOS, RAFAEL
DEPARTMENT: U109 - DIDACTICA EXPR. MUSICAL PLASTICA y CORP.
FIELD OF STUDY: 189 - DIDÁCTICA DE LA EXPRESIÓN MUSICAL
OFFICE NO.: D2 - 135 E-MAIL: rlinan@ujaen.es P: -
WEBSITE: www.rafaelinan.es
ORCID: -
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 3
3. CONTENT DESCRIPTION

PART I: LEARNING WITH MUSIC

Topic 1: Musical entities in sound world

Approach to the artistic-musical phenomenon. Music as language, communication, art and science. The creative sound world of the child. Musical perception and expression.

Topic 2: Music and education

Why a musical education? Education through music and education for music. Globalization, innovation, values and integration. Music in formal and non-formal educational contexts.

Topic 3: Music and curriculum

Music Education in Primary School: Key competences, objectives, contents, methodology and evaluation. Music in the school project and classroom programming. Contribution of the subject to the sustainable development objectives.

PART II: THE LANGUAGE OF MUSIC (Transversal)

Topic 4: Organization of the sound material: elements of the musical language

Rhythm, melody, harmony, texture, timbre and form. Discrimination, interpretation and didactics.

Topic 5: Initiation to musical language: from non-conventional to conventional codes

Procedures for the reading and writing of music. Resources and materials.

PART III: TEACHING MUSIC: METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES

Topic 6: Music listening

A place for hearing. Music listening and audition in the classroom. Soundscapes and musical sounds. Main musical styles and contexts. From listening to the score.  Resources and materials.

Topic 7: Music performance and creation

The body. The body as an instrument. Corporal expression, music and dance. The voice. Spoken, recited and sung voice. Classification of the voices. The instruments (sonorous objects and “cotidiaphones”, school, traditional and cultured instruments, main groups). Resources and procedures for the performance and composition in the classroom. The improvisation.    

Topic 8: Active pedagogical methods in Music Education

Dalcroze, Orff, Kodály, Willems, Martenot, Suzuki, Schafer and new methodologies.

BLOCK IV: INTEGRATED MUSIC

Topic 9: Music Education in informal contexts and of promotion of culture and creative leisure throughout life. Integrated artistic projects (introduction to the 2nd year subject Plastic Arts and audiovisual culture in Primary Education)

4. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY

The methodology will combine expository and demonstrative techniques with the experience and practice of music (musicking). The development of creativity will be favored at all times so that learning is meaningful. Individual and group work, directed by the teacher, will be the result of discovery and the application of research techniques based on the curiosity and previous ideas of the students, enriched with collaborative work embodied in educational-musical projects.

The main types of classes will be:

- Theoretical classes for the whole group.
- Experiential practical classes for half of the group.
- Academically directed activities for small groups.

Students with special educational needs should contact the Student Attention Service (Servicio de Atención y Ayudas al Estudiante) in order to receive the appropriate academic support

5. ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY

Different evaluation techniques will be combined to check the degree of acquisition of the objectives and development of the competences of the degree.

Written test: It will evaluate the conceptual level and the application of theory to practice. It will consist of questions of development, short answer, definitions, practical cases, link with the curriculum, prosodies, listening commentary, detection of elements of musical language, etc. (40%).

2. Practical test: It will be carried out individually to check the level of musical language (perception, reading and writing). It will consist of an oral test based on the interpretation of songs of the repertoire for Primary Education as well as sight-reading excerpts, dictations, etc. and, if necessary, written assumptions (30%).

3. Correction of individual and group work about practical, performative and creative case studies (expositions, correction of reports, etc.) and follow-up of the same in tutorials (20%).

4. Participant observation. Record of attendance, participation in class, presentation of voluntary activities, follow-up of the delivery of activities, etc. (10%).

To pass the course it will be necessary to pass sections 1 and 2. In general, the command of oral and written Spanish will be taken into account.

For those students who choose the unique evaluation (no attendance to the course and no individual or group work), the evaluation tests will be limited to the theoretical exam (50%) and the practical test (50%), being necessary to pass both of them to make the average.

6. BOOKLIST
MAIN BOOKLIST:
  • The Oxford handbook of music education. Edition: -. Author: -. Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, cop. 2012  (Library)
  • Music in the early years. Edition: -. Author: Pugh, Aelwyn. Publisher: London ; New York: Routledge, 1998  (Library)
  • Music in the Primary School. Edition: Oxford. Author: Janet Mills. Publisher: Oxford University Press  (Library)
7. VIRTUAL / CLASSROOM TEACHING SCENARIO

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8. VIRTUAL TEACHING SCENARIO

Pendiente de traducción.

DATA PROTECTION CLAUSE (on line exams)

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Data Protection Delegate: dpo@ujaen.es

Purpose: In accordance with the Universities Law and other national and regional regulations in force, carrying out exams and assessment tests corresponding to the courses students are registered in. In order to avoid frauds while sitting the exam, the exam will be answered using a videoconference system, being able the academic staff of the University of Jaén to compare and contrast the image of the person who is answering the exam with the student's photographic files. Likewise, in order to provide the exam with evidential content for revisions or claims, in accordance with current regulation frameworks, the exam will be recorded and stored.

Legitimacy: compliance with legal obligations (Universities Law) and other national and regional regulations currently in force.

Addressees: service providers who are the owners of the platforms where the exams are carried out and with whom the University of Jaén has signed the corresponding data access contracts.

Storage periods: those established in current in force regulations. In the specific case of exam videoconference recordings, not before the examination records and transcripts are closed or the exam can still be reviewed or challenged.

Rights: you can exercise your right of access, amendment, cancellation, opposition, suppression, limitation and portability by sending a letter to the postal or electronic address indicated above. In the event that you consider that your rights have been violated, you may submit a complaint to the Andalusian Council for Transparency and Data Protection www.ctpdandalucia.es

CLASS RECORDING CLAUSE PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION

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Data protection delegate (DPO): TELEFÓNICA, S.A.U. ; Email: dpo@ujaen.es

Procedure aim: To manage proper recordings of teaching sessions with the aim of facilitating learning process under a multimodal and/or online teaching

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Data recipients (transfers or assignments): Any person allowed to get access to every teaching modality

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