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Course Description

Topics include:
 
  • facilitating critical dialogue regarding Ontario curriculum, resources and government policies, frameworks and strategies
  • deepening an understanding of musicianship (for example, various vocal composition techniques, accompanying, conducting, arranging)
  • continuing to refine sight-reading and ear training skills required to implement intermediate/senior level music curriculum
  • critically designing and integrating culturally inclusive pedagogies within program design, planning and development
  • collaboratively designing and integrating strategies that support learners’ resiliency, well-being and mental health
  • creating three part lesson plans (minds on, action, and consolidation), learning goals and success criteria related to vocal music
  • applying various notation, sequencing, and  recording software, social media and emerging technologies to enhance student learning in vocal music
  • applying knowledge related to directing an ensemble including rehearsal strategies, repertoire selection and conducting techniques
  • applying correct vocal techniques
  • collaboratively integrating assessment and evaluation methods that honour the dignity, emotional wellness and cognitive development of all students
  • advocating for music, the arts and artistic needs of students with colleagues, parents and the wider school community. 

 

Course Outline

Topics include:
 
  • facilitating critical dialogue regarding Ontario curriculum, resources and government policies, frameworks and strategies
  • deepening an understanding of musicianship (for example, various vocal composition techniques, accompanying, conducting, arranging)
  • continuing to refine sight-reading and ear training skills required to implement intermediate/senior level music curriculum
  • critically designing and integrating culturally inclusive pedagogies within program design, planning and development
  • collaboratively designing and integrating strategies that support learners’ resiliency, well-being and mental health
  • creating three part lesson plans (minds on, action, and consolidation), learning goals and success criteria related to vocal music
  • applying various notation, sequencing, and  recording software, social media and emerging technologies to enhance student learning in vocal music
  • applying knowledge related to directing an ensemble including rehearsal strategies, repertoire selection and conducting techniques
  • applying correct vocal techniques
  • collaboratively integrating assessment and evaluation methods that honour the dignity, emotional wellness and cognitive development of all students
  • advocating for music, the arts and artistic needs of students with colleagues, parents and the wider school community. 

 

Prerequisites

  • "Certificate of Qualification" must be in good standing.
  • Completion of Music-Vocal Intermediate/Senior, Part 1
  • one year of teaching experience as verified by the superintendent on the Confirmation of Teaching Experience form.

Important Notice: While we endeavour to be as accurate as possible while reviewing your qualifications for courses in our program, the Faculty of Education bears no responsibility for ensuring you have met the qualifications as per the guidelines of the Ontario College of Teachers. It is your responsibility to learn which prerequisites you will need. https://www.oct.ca/members/additional-qualifications/prerequisites

 

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