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Observation Task 3: Supporting Learning through the Performing Arts: Music and

Movement

Focus: Understand the importance of using performing arts in the classroom to link with
academic subjects
Objective: To encourage student teachers to identify different ways that performing arts
can be used in academic subjects
Procedure: Identify two music and movement activities students performed in the
classroom and complete the table

Table 3: Music and Movement (Example)


Observed learning Centers Description: Objective International
Learning Outcome:
(include photo): (Music & Movement)

Head & shoulders The student learn Music: Student will be


song: the name of each able to know
Appreciation: The student was engaged and enjoy.
part of their the name of
body, they sing Pitch: students sing at the same pitch each parts of
with the song and the body.
point to the each Rhythm: student did the movements like jumping and
they used their hand to clap. Student will
part relate to the
develop their
song. Notation: student clap
skill by doing
Conservation: student they know the song already
the movement.
Movement:

Jumping, clapping., Student will be


able to know all
Alphabets song: In English lesson Interpretation: student sing and did some movements
alphabets.
the teacher plays
ABC song and let
the student to
sing and do some
movements.
Reflections on Observation Task 3: Supporting Learning through the
Performing Arts: Music and Movement

Read the questions below and choose one to answer

1. The creative arts teach children that problems can have more than one
solution and that questions can have more than one answer. One of the
large lessons kids can learn from practicing creative arts is that there are
many ways to see and interpret the world. In your opinion, why is this
important and what impact does this have on education?

2. Creative thinking and reasoning have been identified and highlighted as


an essential twenty-first-century skill by many business, education,
community and government leaders. In your opinion, do you think that
this is an important skill for children to learn? Why or why not.

3. Some people view creative arts education as a luxury and do not help
with the building blocks of child development. In your opinion, what
are the benefits for children who are engaged in creative arts in
school?

I see that it's important to let the student to engage in art lessons, because in this lesson
they can show their creativity, in this lesson the teacher will know the student's Talents and
in what they are well.