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Eurovision Unit Year 7 (integrated Art with links to other curriculum areas)

Eurovision Unit Year 7 (integrated Art with links to other curriculum areas)

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Interrelated Arts Unit planner
Music Dance Drama Media Visual Art 
NAME:
Sarah Wright
UNIT/THEME/TOPIC:
Eurovision Song Contest
BAND:
Middle
 Year level:
7
OVERVIEW OF THE UNIT
 The Eurovision Uni covers all of the Arts groups; music, dance, drama, media and visual arts. The Unit is thestudents working together in groups to create a song/performance to represent their ‘Country’ at a EurovisionContest. The unit uses all of the students’ prior learning to create the final product along the way the teacherdevelops the students’ knowledge further by revisiting concepts and questioning students about what they arecreating.
Class Profile
 This Eurovision Unit is taught with a Year 7 class in Term 3 or 4 as a final assessment activity for all of their Arts;music, dance, drama, media and visual art, from what they have learnt in their time at Primary School. This activitywould also motivate the students as it is leading up to a final performance which they can show to others. The class will have to work mainly independently from the teacher and will have to show their overall learning fromtheir schooling so far.
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Prior Knowledge
 The students have knowledge of what the Eurovision contests, what countries participate, the rules and how thecontest is run and works. They have researched the Eurovision Song Contest thoroughly and the Dance and JuniorSong Contests in much less detail. The students have also researched which countries are allowed to take part in the Eurovision Contests and in agroup have research the Society and Environment aspects of this Unit. This Eurovision could be a focus of learning for a few weeks over all curriculum areas as the topic allows thelearning to take place but in a way which is relevant to the class. The other curriculum ideas can be found on the‘Eurovision Unit – Curriculum Mind Map’ (appendix).
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Essential Learnings
focus:
Futures
Identity
Interdependence
Thinking
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Communication
Key competencies
focus:
collecting, analysing, organising information;
communicating ideas andinformation;
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planning and organising activities;
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working with others in teams;
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using mathematical ideas and techniques;
solving problems;
using technology.
ICTs:
 - Digital Camera - Video Camera - Computers -Smart board (or projector in computer room)-CD players (×6)
SACSA AND TEACHER OUTCOMES
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