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FACULTY OF EDUCATION

AND SOCIAL WORK
HANDBOOK 2011

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Summer/Winter School lectures Dates
Summer School - December program Begins: Monday 6 December 2010
Summer School - main program Begins: Tuesday 4 January 2011
Summer School - late January program Begins: Monday 17 January
Winter School - main program Begins: Monday 27 June
Semester One Dates
International student orientation (Semester One) - STABEX Monday 14 February and Tuesday 15 February
International student orientation (Semester One) - full degree Wednesday 16 February and Thursday 18 February
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Last day of lectures Friday 28 October
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Last day for withdrawal Wednesday 31 August
Last day to discontinue without failure (DNF) Friday 9 September
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i EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS 24
Important dates
University semester and vacation dates for 2011 i Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities 29
Last dates for withdrawal or discontinuation for i and Social Science) and Bachelor of Arts
2011 Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities 29
and Social Sciences) and Bachelor of Arts
Faculty of Education and Social Work 1
YEAR 1 29
handbook
Education One Units 29
Message from the Dean 1
YEAR 2 29
Bachelor of Education (Primary) 3 Education Two Units 29
Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) 3 Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 30
YEAR 1 3 YEAR 3 30
Education One Units 3 Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 30
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 3 YEAR 4 34
YEAR 2 4 Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 34
Education Two Units 4 YEAR 5 36
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 4 Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 36
YEAR 3 5 Honours Pathway 37
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 5 EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS 37
YEAR 4 6
Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) 45
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 6 and Bachelor of Science
Primary Four Optional Units 7
Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and 45
Honours Pathway 9 Bachelor of Science
EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS 9 YEAR 1 45
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) 15 Education One Units 45
YEAR 2 45
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) 15
Education Two Units 45
YEAR 1 15
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 46
Education One Units 15
YEAR 3 46
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 15
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 46
YEAR 2 16
YEAR 4 48
Education Two Units 16
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 48
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 16
Honours Pathway 49
Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and 19 YEAR 5 49
Health Education)
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 49
Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Human 19 EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS 50
Movement and Health Education)
YEAR 1 19 Bachelor of Education (Secondary: 55
Education One Units 19 Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 19 Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) 55
and Bachelor of Science
YEAR 2 20
YEAR 1 55
Education Two Units 20
Education One Units 55
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 20
YEAR 2 55
YEAR 3 21
Education Two Units 55
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 21
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 56
YEAR 4 22
YEAR 3 56
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 22
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 56
Human Movement and Health Education Four 23
Optional units YEAR 4 58
Honours Pathway 24 Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 58

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Honours Pathway 59 Heritage Studies 128
YEAR 5 59 No major available. 128
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 59 History 129
EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS 60 Indigenous Australian Studies 132
67 Indonesian Studies 134
Bachelor of Social Work
International and Comparative Literary Studies 136
Bachelor of Social Work 67
International and Global Studies 137
YEAR 1 67
Italian Studies 138
Social Work Core Units 67
Japanese Studies 141
YEAR 2 67
Jewish Civilisation, Thought and Culture 143
Social Work Core Units 67
Korean Studies 145
YEAR 3 68
Latin 147
Social Work Core Units 68
Legal Studies 148
YEAR 4 68
For continuing Bachelor of Arts and Sciences 148
Social Work Core Units 68 students only - no major available.
Honours Pathway 69 Linguistics 148
Exchange Units of Study 73 Media and Communications 151
Exchange Units of Study 73 Medieval Studies 154
Education Exchange Units 73 Modern Greek Studies 154
Year 2 73 Music 157
Year 3 73 Pali 160
Year 4 73 No major available. 160
Year 5 73 Peace and Conflict Studies 160
Social Work Exchange Units 73 No major available. 160
Performance Studies 160
Arts units of study 75
Philosophy 162
American Studies 75 Political Economy 166
Ancient History 76 Studies in Religion 168
Anthropology 77 Sanskrit 170
Arabic Language, Literature and Culture 80 Social Policy 171
Arab World, Islam and The Middle East 82 Social Sciences 171
Archaeology 83 For continuing Bachelor of Social Sciences 171
Art History 86 students only.
Arts 89 Socio-Legal Studies 172
No major available. 89 Sociology 173
Asian Studies 89 Spanish and Latin American Studies 178
Biblical Studies 92 Writing 180
Celtic Studies 93 No major available. 180
Chinese Studies 94 Yiddish 180
Classical Studies 98 No guarantee of continuing availability. 180
Cultural Studies 99 Table A 182
Digital Cultures 101 Table B 221
English 103 257
Science units of study
European Studies 109
Organisation of unit of study information 257
Film Studies 110
Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic 257
French Studies 111 Engineering
Gender Studies 115 Agricultural Chemistry and Soil Science 257
Germanic Studies 116 Soil Science 258
Global Studies 119 Anatomy and Histology 260
For continuing Bachelor of Global Studies students 119 Location 260
only.
Noticeboards 260
Government and International Relations 120
Vaccinations 260
Greek (Ancient) 124
Protective clothing 260
Hebrew (Classical) 125
Website 260
Hebrew (Modern) 126
Biochemistry 263

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Junior program 263 Marine Science Intermediate units of study 303
Intermediate program 263 Marine Science senior units of study 304
Senior program 263 Tropical Marine Network Program 304
Bioinformatics 267 Mathematics and Statistics 304
First Year 267 Applied Mathematics 305
Second Year 267 Mathematical Statistics 305
Third Year 268 Pure Mathematics 305
Biological Sciences 268 Summer School 305
Advice on units of study 268 Mathematics Junior units of study 305
Assistance during semester 268 Junior introductory unit of study 305
Summer School: January-February 268 Junior fundamental units of study 305
Biology Bridging Course 268 Mathematics and Statistics Normal units of study 306
Junior units of study 268 Mathematics and Statistics Junior Advanced units 306
Intermediate units of study 269 of study
Senior units of study 271 Mathematics Intermediate units of study 307
Cell Pathology 276 Mathematics Senior units of study 310
Chemical Engineering 276 Relation to other units of study and 310
recommendations
Chemistry 277
Statistics Intermediate units of study 313
Junior units of study 277
Statistics senior units of study 314
Intermediate units of study 278
Medical Science units of study 315
Senior units of study 280
Bachelor of Medical Science junior units of study 315
Civil Engineering 283
Bachelor of Medical Science Intermediate Core 315
Computational Science 283 units of study
Junior units of study 283 Bachelor of Medical Science Senior Core units of 317
Senior units of study 283 study
Electrical Engineering 284 Medicinal Chemistry 317
Environmental Studies 284 Microbiology 318
Obtaining a major in Environmental studies 284 Microbiology Intermediate units of study 318
Financial Mathematics and Statistics 285 Microbiology Senior units of study 319
Geosciences 286 Molecular Biology and Genetics 320
Geography 286 Molecular Biotechnology 322
Geology and Geophysics 286 School of Molecular and Microbial Biosciences 322
Geosciences Advice 286 Nanoscience and Technology 323
Geosciences junior units of study 286 Majoring in Nanoscience and Technology 323
Geosciences intermediate units of study 287 Neuroscience 323
Geosciences senior units of study 290 Majoring in Neuroscience 323
Geography Major 290 Neuroscience Coordinator 323
Geology and Geophysics Major 290 Nutrition 323
History and Philosophy of Science 293 Pharmacology 324
Junior units of study 294 Physics 325
Intermediate units of study 294 Physics junior units of study 326
Senior units of study 294 Physics intermediate units of study 327
Immunobiology major 295 Physics senior units of study 328
Immunology 296 Physiology 333
Immunology intermediate units of study 296 Plant Science 337
Immunology senior units of study 296 Intermediate units of study 337
Information Technologies 297 Senior units of study 338
Computer Science and Information Systems junior 297 Psychology 341
units of study Intermediate units of study 341
Computer Science and Information Systems 298 Senior units of study 342
intermediate units of study
Virology 343
Computer Science and Information Systems senior 299
units of study in the BSc Master of Teaching 345
Law units of study 301 Master of Teaching units of study 345
Marine Science 303 Master of Teaching 345

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Primary Program - Year 1 345 Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities 385
Core Education Units 345 and Social Sciences) and Bachelor of Arts
Curriculum and Professional Studies 345 Course resolutions 385
Primary Program - Year 2 346 Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) 387
and Bachelor of Science
Core Education Units 346
Course resolutions 387
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 347
Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and 389
Master of Teaching (XC007) 347 Bachelor of Science
Early Childhood Program - Year 1 348 Course resolutions 389
Early Childhood Program - Year 2 349 Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Aboriginal 391
Master of Teaching (XC007) 350 Studies)
Secondary Program - Year 1 350 Course resolutions 391
Core Education Units 350 Index by alpha code 393
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 351
Index by name 415
Secondary Program - Year 2 355
Core Education Units 355
Master of Teaching (XC007) 358
School Counselling Program - Year 1 358
Core Education Units 358
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 359
School Counselling Program - Year 2 359
Core Education Units 359
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units 360
Master of Teaching (XC007) 360
Honours Pathway 360
Table of Master of Teaching units of study 362
Master of Social Work (Qualifying) 369
Master of Social Work (Qualifying) 369
Core Units 369
Elective Units 370
Capstone unit 371
Table of Master of Social Work (Qualifying) units 372
of study
Degree regulations and policies 373
Resolutions of the Senate 373
Resolutions of the Faculty of Education and Social 374
Work for coursework awards
Part 1: Course enrolment 374
Part 2: Unit of study enrolment 374
Part 3: Studying and Assessment 375
Part 4: Progression, Results and Graduation 375
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) 377
Course resolutions 377
Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) 378
Course resolutions 378
Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Human 379
Movement and Health Education)
Course resolutions 379
Bachelor of Social Work 380
Course resolutions 380
Master of Teaching 381
Course resolutions 381
Master of Social Work (Qualifying) 383
Course resolutions 383
Shared resolutions 385

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The Faculty of Education and Social Work is a diverse and internationally renowned community of scholars. 1 please visit the website: sydney. The Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Sydney offers extraordinary professional development opportunities for individuals who are interested in education and social work as careers or areas of study. Early Childhood education. Professor Robert J Tierney Dean To view the latest updates. and Human Movement and Health education. Another feature of our education degrees is the focus on integrating information communications technology (ICT) into teaching practices and catering for students with special needs. it is my privilege to welcome you to the Faculty of Education and Social Work. Our Bachelor of Education degrees allow you to develop specialisations in maths. science. humanities or economics and business. We have built strong links with practitioners from both fields so that our graduates emerge with practical skills as well as a solid grasp of theory. research. We are pleased that you are joining the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Sydney and look forward to welcoming you in the coming months. the Faculty offers the innovative Master of Teaching degree to students seeking a professional teaching credential. All of our education and social work students will spend time in professional practice placements.au/handbooks .You can also specialise in Primary education. The Bachelor of Social Work and Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work degrees are firmly based in the humanities and social sciences. Faculty of Education and Social Work handbook Faculty of Education and Social Work handbook Message from the Dean   On behalf of the teaching and administrative staff.edu. or to purchase or search a handbook. with students able to take advantage of the incredible range of opportunities available at the University of Sydney. reflection and critique in partnership with our communities. and from 2011 we are pleased to offer the Master of Social Work (Qualifying) program for students seeking qualifications in social work. meeting social development needs and improving teaching and learning through innovation and inquiry-driven programs. At the graduate-entry level. staff and students committed to community development. The Faculty of Education and Social Work has amazing programs with engaged professionals integrating scholarship with formative practice.

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At the literacy. and how current The aim of this unit is to assist students to develop a more holistic skills and interests and prior achievements affect learning and understanding and appreciation of mathematics and numeracy. a of themselves as learners of mathematics through exploration of component of this unit of study in terms of assessment but mathematical systems. The coursework will consist of four hours per week. In addition. relevant to their curriculum studies in K-6 Science and (30%) and 1x ICT task (10%) Technology. presentation and discussion activities for weekly readings 25 minutes (20%) and 1x becoming a teacher assignment 1800 . and that existing 6 classrooms. The classical theories will be Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jennifer Way Session: Semester considered in some detail and examined in the light of contemporary 2 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week and 1x2hr tutorial/week Assessment: 1x2500wd theory and research. social..edu. teachers as life-long learners and researchers. attendance at developmental theories are open to question and continuing debate. solvers who adapt and modify their teaching and learning approaches. the learning EDUP1001 of a body of knowledge on 'human development (child and adolescent Creative Arts 1 in particular)'. and social context. involving in particular psychology. teaching as a process Students will become familiar with the fundamental components of and way of life. students are also mentored by more experienced classrooms and interaction with small groups of children emerging in students during their first semester transition to the university. practical/studio work across a range of art forms appropriate for K - philosophy of science and neurobiology. the Learner and the School points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units.12 credit Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jon Callow Session: Semester 1 points of Junior (level 1000) units of study. conclusion of the unit students should have developed and EDUP1004 demonstrated an understanding of the complex character of teachers' Science Concepts 1 work. Bachelor of Education (Primary) Bachelor of Education (Primary) Bachelor of Education (Primary administratively separate. Teachers and Teaching learning.Through To view the latest updates. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Armstrong Osborne Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1hr lecture/week and 1x 2hr workshop/week EDUF1019 and 1x 6 hr weekend field trip Assessment: 2 written assignments (2x 15%) Human Development and Education and 1x fieldwork (10%) and 1x 3hr exam (60%) Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Minkang Kim Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk for 10 wks and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 10 wks and This unit of study will provide students with a background in science 1x 1-hr ICT workshop for 10wks Prohibitions: EDUF1012 Assessment: 1x and children's understanding of scientific concepts relating to biology 1hr seminar presentation (30%) and 1x 2000wd essay (30%) and 1x 2hr exam and chemistry. related to cognitive emotional. Music and Dance. comprising:. pattersn. A core assumption of the unit is that the study of human Arts. with a particular emphasis on the self-directed or assigned activities. The unit addresses one of the major goals of Education I. The unit provides an introduction to professional experience Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Paul Ginns Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk commencing week 2 and in the primary classroom through exploring K-2 literacy development 1x 1-hr mentoring seminar commencing week 2 Prohibitions: EDUF1011 and teaching practice. The unit will also consider the impact of history. both lectures and workshops is mandatory. Given the experiental nature of this unit.24 credit Language. development of early childhood through to adolescence. It is premised on the view that teaching from a Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Robyn Gibson Session: Semester developmental perspective inevitably transforms teachers into problem 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Assessment: 1x arts learning experiences assignment (65%) and 1x VAPD/portfolio (35%). Candidates must complete 192 credit points comprising: Curriculum and Professional Studies Units YEAR 1 In the first year. knowing their students and how they learn and This unit of study is the first part of Education I and provides a general communicating effectively with their students (NSW Institute of introduction to education and teaching. culture and the curriculum. and.au/handbooks . II and III. moral. supported through observation of teachers and children in Within this unit.12 credit points of Education One units. which is the second part of Education 1 introduces students up of lectures and workshop/seminars.The unit integrates the following Teachers Professional Teaching standards. Students are therefore encouraged to engage in this study with critical and creative minds. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of EDUP1002 study. drawing in particular on the Dynamic Systems portfolio (40%) and 1x2000wd report and oral presentation (35%) and 1x1500wd investigation report (25%) Approach and the neurobiology of the brain. Mathematics and Numeracy motor. attempts to impart upon students a beginning knowledge of computers and information technology such Education) that beginning teachers can properly function as educational professionals. or to purchase or search a handbook. culture. 3 please visit the website: sydney. and development. Elements 1 2 & 4). based on knowledge of factors that promote each child's optimal This unit comprises four Creative Arts components: Drama. literacy. themes: knowledge.2000 words (35%) and 1x Education One Units becoming a successful literacy learner 2500 words (45%) and 8 days professional experience EDUF1018 This unit of study begins the exploration of children's language Education. The professional experience will focus on Assessment: 1x 1. made This unit. an all-day field excursion and to the study of human development. and. and language development.5hr exam (40%) and 2x 1000wd essays (2x20%) and 1x pre-service teachers developing subject content knowledge and how seminar presentation (20%) to teach it. Introduction to Computers in Education. Visual development. relationships and reasoning. The unit focuses on the processes and products EDUP1003 of human development. It combines both theoretical and development is cross-disciplinary. chosen from Arts Table A Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk and 8 days professional experience and online learning experiences Assessment: 1x seminar or Science Table 1 or Section 2 of the Economics and Business Table.

students will develop deeper understandings of fundamental mathematical concepts and processes through an inquiry EDUP2002 learning approach. active participation in lectures. managing and especially as it relates to young people. It is focused on and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: 1x tutorial presentations the development of Physical Education pedagogy for generalist primary (oral & written) (30%) and 1x 2000 wd essay (40%) and 1x 2hr exam (30%) school teachers aimed at making children's experiences of physical activity enjoyable. and the impact of assessment on learning and motivation. resources in the literacy session 2000wds (50%) including educational contexts.The important issues schools with a focus on student-centred pedagogy. including indigenous and non-English speaking perspective Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jon Callow Session: Semester 1 so as to promote an appreciation for the origins. writing. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. in educational settings. students will critical thinking skills. A balanced approach to the development of literacy and CONTINUING 2ND YEAR STUDENTS ONLY (XH025)In the second the teaching of English will be exemplified by a focus on the use of year. communities and perspectives. At the end of this unit of study. students should have the capacity to communities and assists students in identifying key stakeholder in discuss the impact of a range of educational practices and policies Indigenous education. The two themes studied in the Unit are: Schools and urban. markets and globalisation. students will have made management and organisational issues specific to physical education. degree. organising. They will have the capacity to describe on experiences of lectures and workshops students will work learning and teaching activities in terms of their psychological efficacy. This unit will also examine key educational on communities of students and families.Bachelor of Education (Primary) practical and collaborative workshops designed to cater for a range Curriculum and Professional Studies Units of learning styles. rewarding and educationally valuable. substantial progress towards understanding the utility of research in practical workshops and team teaching in a primary school. and .24 credit develop understandings about how young children learn and how to points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. Anti-Racism and Gender Equity. Its aim is to provide understanding of Indigenous cultures and equips them with the a general introduction to the social. This is the first unit of study in Mathematics and students will be introduced to key issues associated with how children acquire early mathematical concepts. This will involve exposure to later teaching and curriculum studies in the Bachelor of Education contemporary theories of learning in and through physical education. Good Discipline and Effective Learning. You will comprising:. They will have had training in two Department of Education EDUP2006 and Training policies. sport and workshops. Its aim is to provide study the theory and practice of teaching physical activity in primary a general introduction to educational psychology. rural and remote communities. problem solving. Similarly they will have been teaching physical education with a clear focus on student learning introduced to the theory and practice of assessment and evaluation and achievement. collaboratively in planning for learning. technologically supported engage with the latest developments in physical education pedagogy learning and motivation. students will be policies and priorities and how these can be implemented to improve familiar with broad movements in contemporary educational reform the educational outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and their association with national and global economic change. political and economic challenges faced by joint research project (35%) and 1x exam 1. In this unit you will develop understandings about the teaching of YEAR 2 reading. Drawing psychology for educators. Students will develop a knowledge and understanding of a result of working collaboratively on a substantial project students culturally inclusive teaching and learning strategies. political and economic contexts knowledge to address the learning needs of Indigenous students in of education. Through reading. and Educational systems. This unit content is situated in historical and cltural English: Learning to be Literate contexts. Similarly. and Indigenous Australian Education Student Welfare.12 credit assess their learning in the context of an engaging English program. The unit supports students to expand their This unit of study is the second part of Education II.5hrs (25%) and 1x oral presentation (10%) Indigenous peoples and communities and the role education plays in addressing these issues. Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Katrina Thorpe Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lectue/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: EDUF1018 EDUF2007 Assessment: 1x tutorial presentation (20%) and 1x resource evaluation (40%) Social Perspectives on Education and 1x 1500wd essay (40%) Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Debra Hayes Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: This unit of study examines Indigenous Australian history and the (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: workshop diversity of Indigenous cultures.12 credit points of Education Two units. evolution and Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and online learning purposes of mathematics. listening and speaking to students in the early years of schooling. quality children's literature relevant to this stage of learning. This unit plays an important role in supporting and apply it in practical contexts. It emphasises the importance communities. of consultation and ongoing communication with Indigenous At the end of this unit of study. of the unit include constructivist and other approaches to learning. points of Senior/Intermediate (level 2000) units of study chosen from Arts Table A or Science Table 1 or Section 2 of the Economics and EDUP2004 Business Table. As students. Students will This unit of study is the first part of Education II. Training is provided in the following Department of Education and Training policies and EDUP2005 procedures: Aboriginal Education. Mathematics 1: Exploring Early Number Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jennifer Way Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x1-hr tutorial/wk Assessment: 5x 300wd reading reflections (5x7%) and 1x 2500wd assessment report (65%). It presentations (15%) and 1x 1000 wd literature review (15%) and 1x 4000 wd explores current social. PDHPE1: Physical Activity Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Steve Georgakis Session: Education Two Units Semester 1 Classes: 1 x 1-hr lecture/wk for 8 wks and 2x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: EDUP1002 Assessment: 1x essay 2000wds (50%) and EDUF2006 1x unit outline and lesson plans 2000wds (50%) Educational Psychology Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Richard Walker Session: Semester This unit of study is the first of two units aimed at assisting students 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: (EDUF1018 to develop their teaching skills in Physical Education. Students will reflect upon the meanings experiences Prerequisites: EDUP1002 Assessment: 1x understanding how to choose literature for the classroom 2000wds (50%) and 1x using text and roles of numeracy in their own lives and in modern society. will develop a range of research skills. processes and knowledge. The Learning 4 . and.

evidence whole class teaching experience and written component (60%) based approaches to curriculum. The role mathematics plays in developing numeracy Human Society and its Environment will be examined in the light of the content areas covered in this unit. defined in current literature. values and attitudes inherent in HSIE K-6 provide study. In this unit students will focus on the content strands of Space & Geometry. Dance and Games and Sport. Students will have the to plan activities that demonstrate knowledge of worthwhile opportunity to learn about central concepts. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. structure of HSIE K-6 as well as look at best practice in terms of pedagogy resources and assessment. This course provides an EDUP2027 overview of appropriate syllabus and curriculum material and is Beginning Professional Experiences strongly aligned with the Framework of Professional Teaching Credit points: 8 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Christine Preston Session: Standards. Four key and challenging learning environment through the use of classroom principles are challenge. including EDUP2005 Assessment: 1x written paper providing evidence of Gymnastics. from the K-2 grades using an interview schedule and to use the results Cultures. literacy and the integration of newly-arrived children.6 credit points of Education Three Optional unit. As part of this study students will be required to assess a child opportunities for young children to learn about History. and after an introduction to the social standards. and management skills (NSW Institute of Teachers Professional teaching handover. understanding and skills to plan and Prerequisites: 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education implement appropriate learning strategies for Active Lifestyle. implementation and evaluating quality lesson plans will be examined EDUP3008 along with the importance of reflective practices. EDUP1001.42 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. The content of this introductory unit of study is based around teaching communicating effectively with their students. Ms Nicole Hart (3x15%) Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 5 wks (weeks 1-5) and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk for 12 wks (weeks 1-12) Prerequisites: 36 credit points This unit addresses issues relating to the education of students with of professional studies in Primary Education including EDUP2004 Assessment: special education needs. and maintaining a safe principles derived from current sociocultural thinking. EDUF1016. The knowledge and understandings. modes of enquiry and mathematical tasks. It examines various ways in which the and political context of TESOL. and Measurement. assisted performance. Students will demonstrate an Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Robyn Gibson Session: Semester understanding of the interrelationship between quality teaching 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr introductory lecture and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk for 11 weeks dimensions and management of the classroom learning community. Bachelor of Education (Primary) Framework in Number will be a major focus of content for this unit of skills and strategies. and. Music and Dance. Visual Arts. Social Systems and Structures. Particular attention will be given to developing the Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk in weeks 1-6. Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Catherine Smyth Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education Assessment: 1x group EDUP3005 plan and design of HSIE excursion and individual reflection (50%) and 1x Investigating in Science and Technology individual research and eLearning task peer assessed (30%) and 1x Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louise Sutherland Session: professsional development workshop and reflection (20%) Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk in weeks 1-5 and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk in weeks 2-9 Prerequisites: 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Human Society and its Environment (HSIE) is a vital Key Learning Education including EDUF1016. The professional experience 2 (20%) will focus on pre-service teachers planning for effective learning. context. the unit covers oral language concepts of curriculum and evaluation and quality teaching have been development. Working EDUP3002 Mathematically. Elements 3. EDUF3031 Positive Approaches to Special Education Curriculum and Professional Studies Units Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ilektra Spandagou Session: Semester 1. It YEAR 3 continues to develop and extend both theoretical and practical/studio CONTINUING 3RD YEAR STUDENTS ONLY (XH025)In the third work across a range of art forms appropriate for primary age children. teaching and learning practices for In this second unit of study focusing on PDHPE students will continue students with special education needs. Attendance in both lecture and workshops is mandatory. 10 and 11 and 1x 2-hr school-based project work/wk in weeks 7-9 pedagogical knowledge. Environment. year. EDUF1017. Dance and Games and Sport subject matter and knowledge of content and pedagogy of mathematics (40%) and 1x mini program integrating the PE curriculum within a K-6 Health Promoting Schools of work containing 3-4 lesson plans and lesson evaluations (60%). building on the initial Creative Arts 2 discussions in EDUP1002 in year one. With these in mind. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 1x 2-hr workshop for 6 wks and 20 hrs fieldwork placement Prerequisites: 42 credit EDUP3001 points Assessment: 1x fieldwork report equiv 4000 wds (40%) and 1x tutorial PDHPE 2: Active Healthy Primary Schools presentation equiv 650 wds (15%) and 3 position statements equiv 1350 wds Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louisa Peralta. in the K-6 PDHPE Syllabus: Active Lifestyle. comprising:. The phases of planning. dance activities and fundamental movement skills that Mathematics 2: Space and Measurement will enable students to develop teaching confidence and competence Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Janette Bobis Session: in these areas. and the process strand. engagement. Emphasis will be placed on participating in a variety EDUP3004 of gymnastics. A specific focus is given to to gain experience in the four mandatory Physical Education strands managing challenging behaviours of students in a range of settings. This unit comprises the four Creative Arts components of the NSW K-6 Creative Arts Syllabus: Drama. Prerequisites: 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education Students will demonstrate their understanding and expertise of quality including EDUP1001 Assessment: 1x unit of work or resource kit (65%) and 1x continuation of VAPD/Portfolio (35%) teaching and learning principles during their professional experience in schools. development. 4 & 5). EDUF1017 and EDUP2027 Assessment: 1x Area in the primary curriculum. EDUF1018 EDUP3003 and EDUF1019 Prohibitions: EDUP2003 Assessment: 1x lesson plan 1500wds (25%) and 1x group presentation 2000wds (25%) and 100wd weekly Teaching in Multilingual Classrooms readings (20%) and 1x reflection on the Professional Experience 2000wds (30%) Credit points: 4 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk for 10 wks and successful completion of professional experience placement Prerequisites: 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education Assessment: 1x designing materials for topic work (40%) and 1x teaching This unit incorporates professional experience and continues students' language through literature 1 (40%) and 1x teaching language through literature development as reflective practitioners. examination of an existing unit (group task) (20%) and 1x lesson plan and 5 . They include the impact of the philosophy 1x gymnastics peer teaching experience and written component (40%) and 1x and principles of inclusive education and current legislation. Semester 2 Classes: 2 hrs/wk for 12 wks and 1 hr lecture/wk for 4 wks Prerequisites: EDUP1002. Gymnastics.

by students in the Science Foundations units EDUF1016 and EDUF1017. Personal Health Choices and Safe Living.34 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies relevant to the teaching of Science and Technology in the K-6 units. bullying and mental health. Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Christine Preston Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr/wk seminar-workshop/wk for 10 wks and 1x 1-hr EDUP3007 lecture/wk for 5 wks Prerequisites: 72 credit points of professional studies in Professional Experiences 2 (Primary) Primary Education including EDUP2027. the emphasis will be on employing this developing EDUP4076 knowledge of students' learning in the planning. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDUP3006 EDUP4074 English: Becoming Literate Mathematics Education 3 Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Bill Spence Session: Semester 2 Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jennifer Way Session: Semester Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 10 weeks commencing 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 72 credit week 1 and 6 hrs online tutorial Prerequisites: 36 credit points of professional points of Professional Studies in Primary Education including EDUP2005 and studies in Primary Education including EDUP1002 and EDUP2002 EDUP3004 Assessment: 1x 1500wd assessment report (40%) and 1x 2500wd Assessment: 1x analysis of child's writing sample (50%) and 1x multimodal group teaching plan (60%) artefact collection and lesson sequence (50%) In this unit students will continue to reflect on their theoretical This compulsory unit of study is the third and final unit in primary knowledge of the principles of English teaching. students should be prepared to justify their own approach EDUP4075 to teaching English and literacy across the curriculum areas in the Science & Technology (Designing/Making) primary classroom. alcohol and tobacco use. 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr workshop/wk for 11 wks and 1x 4-hr flexible component Prerequisites: 72 credit points of professional studies in EDUP3034 Primary Education including EDUP2002 and EDUP3006 Assessment: 1x 1600wd literature circle (40%) and 1x 2000wd drama based response (50%) PDHPE 3: The Health Promoting School and 1x quiz (10%) Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kellie Burns Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture for 6 wks and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk for 10 wks This unit of study is focussed on work that combines the strands of Prerequisites: 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education Reading. with emphasis question past and current practice. Information & students. 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 6 weeks and 20 days professional experience Prerequisites: 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education including EDU1002. development/selection In the second half. In particular. As a result of working frameworks and assessment-based planning for teaching. builds on the introductory unit Language.Bachelor of Education (Primary) in-school presentation (group task) (25%) and 1x revision and redevelopment of unit (group task) (20%) and 1x reflection on your learning on teaching science YEAR 4 (individual) (35%) CONTINUING 4TH YEAR STUDENTS ONLY (XH025)In the fourth year. Teaching of these learning processes is supported by learning experience by focusing on the diverse learning needs of exploring the content strands of Built Environments. speaking explore a range of youth-related health issues including child and listening will also be an important component of this unit. EDUP2027 and EDUP3007 Assessment: 1x 3000wd evaluation of Graduate Standard attainment (50%) 6 . It builds upon foundation studies in science undertaken points of Education Three Optional unit. Interpersonal creative composition of a range of literary texts. and. Listening and Viewing through the use of including EDUP2004 and EDUP3001 Assessment: 1x 1500wd essay (40%) and 1x unit of work (60%) literary texts in the classroom.4. Understanding how Relationships. make links to their own practices and to ideas introduced in Mathematics Education 1 and 2.6 credit curriculum. and. they will apply this knowledge to the students they of activities and resources relevant to the teaching of technology. Students will develop their knowledge of how students learn Communications and Products and services. identify the literacy demands of factual and NSW Primary Mathematics Syllabus. students will continue to gain experience be used as the basis for preparation for teaching English to children planning engaging and meaningful teaching and learning activities in in the middle years (NSW Stages 2 and 3. will teach on their 20 day professional experience. writing. This unit is the first of two dealing with issues. protection. Students will examine literacy on Number and Pattern and Algebra Strands in Stages 2 and 3 of the assessment tools. assessing and English: Being Critically Literate reporting of effective learning outcomes. plays and poetry as well as other texts of popular culture will In this third unit of study. EDUP3005. Talking. Writing. classroom management.5 and 6). Emphasis is placed on programming and planning using four emphasis will be on developing children's critical comprehension and of the syllabus strands: Growth & Development. EDUF1016 and EDUF Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Robyn Gibson Session: Semester 1017 Assessment: 1x development and presentation of a design and 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 6 wks and 1x 1-hr workshop/wk for 6 wks and make/using technology and content strand lesson activity 1000wds (15%) and 20 days professional experience Prerequisites: 36 credit points of professional 1x transformation of mini unit into a multi purpose design and make/using studies in Primary Education including EDUP2027 Prohibitions: EDUP2003 technology and content strand oriented unit of work 3000wds (60%) and 1x Assessment: Successful completion of 20 day professional experience and a design and make team project 1000wds (25%) reflective account of critical incidents of professional learning on professional experience (100%) Through an examination of the learning processes Designing & Making and Using Technology. They will critique key mathematics education. It is designed to build on the content and readings to challenge. novels. founded on an understanding in year 1 and Beginning Professional Experience in year 2 of the of the natural and physical world which promotes science conceptual program. The Health Promoting Schools model is introduced EDUP4079 as a framework for building student-centred PDHPE curriculum. in this unit. strategies and resources including:. It considers aspects of from the university-based classes in the first half of the unit of study. This unit moves to a more complex interpretation of the understanding. The unit will explore how multimodal texts and plan lessons to encourage pupil engagement children's mathematical thinking strategies develop via research-based through explicit teaching in stages one and two. this unit focuses on developing children's This unit of study and school-based 20 day professional experience interest and skills in understanding and using technology. Literary texts such as picture books. Students to assess a child's strengths and needs in reading. The PDHPE. (Elements 2 and 3 of NSW Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Alyson Simpson Session: Semester Institute of Teachers professional teching standards). curriculum planning.8 credit points of Primary Four Optional units. Throughout the unit of study. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. body image. sexuality. valuing Professional Experiences 3 (Primary) whole-school policies that support young people's wellbeing and Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Nikki Brunker Session: Semester fostering community partnerships. grades 3. The Learner and Schools it considers design as a creative process.

(30%) and 1x individual oral poster presentation and reflection (20%) Through an examination of policy and syllabus documents. Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for weeks 1 to 10 Prerequisites: 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education EDUP4080 Assessment: 1x 2000wd essay (50%) and 1x 2000wd lesson plans (50%) and Human Society and its Environment 2 1x teaching episode Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Catherine Smyth Session: Semester This unit of study focuses on the teaching and learning of additional 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 10 weeks Prerequisites: 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Education including languages in the primary school context and will enable students to EDUP3002 Assessment: 1x group development of an HSIE inquiry based unit prepare to implement a languages program. A (40%) and 1x 5000wd intercultural task part B (35%) and 1x 1000wd powerpoint presentation (25%) EDUP4017 This unit of study allows students to continue their understandings of Professional Experiences 4 (Primary) how best to deliver a languages program in a primary school context. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Associate Professor Debra Hayes. needs for development and steps to achieve full attainment review written (20%) and 1x poster (20%) and 1x presentation (10%) and 1x research proposal (30%) of the standards. This professional experience will focus Special Education (A) Special Course on pre-service teachers continuing to improve their professional Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session: knowledge and practice and actively engaging as members of their Semester 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for 10 wks Prerequisites: 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education and EDUF3031 profession (NSW Institute of Teachers professional teaching standards. their content and pedagogical knowledge of the subject as well as Students will also develop language lesson planning skills. or within another setting in which learning EDUP4017 : Professional Experiences 4. outdoor education. In preparing an individual research proposal. In doing so. to narrow to conduct small scale investigations in a range of contexts such as down a specific area for development to be further explored within classrooms or schools. and organizational issues. while making subtantial input to the development of NSW Reading and Designing Research Institute of Teachers professional teaching standards. Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Nikki Brunker Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 5 weeks and 30 days Through an examination of intercultural languages education theory. EDUP4008 civics and citizenship and global perspectives) in HSIE to address Primary Languages B literacy and numeracy outcomes. Students act in the role of graduate teacher. NSW Institute of Teachers. the unit supports students to access strategies to develop within all aspects of the graduate EDUF4044 standards. EDUP4077 and informal learning associated with home and community contexts. Semester (Teachers continually improve their professional knowledge and 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk and 1x 1-hr online practice. being presentation (20%) and 1x 2000 wd professional development package (50%) responsible for a 50-60% teaching load.) The lecture series and seminars will explore the standards. This unit of study is the final professional experience in the Bachelor EDUP4009 of Education Primary degree. The lectures and seminars will report model the AGQTP projects and support students to develop an action This unit plays a significant role in student self-assessment of their learning project that will build upon the professional learning attainment of the graduate professional teaching standards of the undertaken in EDUP4079 in semester 1. students will complete a series of Primary Four Optional Units tutoring sessions in schools. policymakers and/or the 10 wks Prerequisites: 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Education including EDUP3004 and EDUP3006 Assessment: reflective journal and broader community. Element 6. and implementation of steps as developed in their first task. Under the supervision of mentors. These settings might include online communication. EDUP4079 for lesson delivery as well as a tool for teacher student Assessment: 7x 150wd milestones (formative) and 1x 1000wd action learning teaching/learning. EDUP3007. through action learning. policy. Students will increase required for establishing and sustaining a primary languages program. tutoring. You will develop an appreciation of the broad range of undertaken during their last 20 day professional experience. Teaching Children with Special Needs The kinds of research questions considered might include pedagogy. Dr George Odhiambo Session: Semester 1. professional statement (30%) and planning and implementation of 14 tutoring you will draw upon the research literature to develop your topic and sessions (50%) and 4x quizzes (4x 5%) to select a form of inquiry that is suited to it. evidence of current and EDUF2007 Assessment: 1x literature review online (20%) and 1x literature attainment. Students will also explore ways that primary teachers can languages classroom. students will develop. internship Prerequisites: 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary and the syllabus directives as regards planning to use ICT as a vehicle Education including EDUP1002. Assessment: 1x 1200 wd academic paper (30%) and 1x 15 min in-class Elements 6 & 7). students will develop a Primary Languages A professional statement and journal making links between practice and Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Lesley Harbon Session: the research literature based on their school-based work. students will focus on what is of Human Society and its Environment (HSIE). students will continue to focus on what is required proposal (50%) and 1x 1000wd paired poster presentation (50%) and satisfactory internship for establishing and sustaining a primary languages program. Students will focus on of work (50%) and 1x individual research and eLearning task peer assessed the rationale behind "an early start" to learning additional languages. in a 30 day internship that is 7 . EDUP2027. implement and evaluate a sequence of individualised literacy and EDUP4007 numeracy plans. suitable This unit will build on the understanding of the K-6 Key Learning Area teaching methods and pedagogy. parents. and develop their professional skills through the practical tasks this unit become familiar with materials that are suitable for the primary provides. excursions. apply cross curriculum content and perspectives (especially Aboriginal. coaching. This unit is designed to develop Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Lesley Harbon Session: students' professional skills as they collaboratively plan inquiry based Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for weeks 1 to in teaching and learning materials and as well as reflect critically on 10 Prerequisites: EDUP4007 Assessment: 1x 2000wd intercultural task part their own practice. The unit will prepare you to read and interpret research. and might consider the Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 2x 3-hr in-school sessions/wk for perspectives of students. During this experience. Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session: curriculum.. teachers. During this time. Bachelor of Education (Primary) and 1x 500wd reflection summary (50%) and satisfactory professional experience the culmination of this unit of study. The final research topics in education and their associated forms of systematic assessment task will engage the students in reflection on their inquiry. Dr Lina Markauskaite. activities/wk for 7 weeks Prerequisites: 120 credit points including EDUF2006 with a focus on examining students' beliefs. Assessment tasks are designed to support students to draw together evidence to not only demonstrate attainment but also This unit of study is designed to introduce you to the field of research to identify areas for further development and achievable steps to be in education. opportunities are afforded.

Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Vilma Fyfe Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for 10 weeks Prerequisites: 72 credit points EDUP4071 of Professional Studies in Primary Education including EDUP3003 and EDUP3007 Assessment: 1x 1000wd online review (20%) and 1x ICT project Integrated Arts (B) Special Course (40%) and 1x IWB resource (40%) Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Robyn Gibson Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2 hrs/wk for 10 wks Prerequisites: EDUP4070 Assessment: This unit builds on student's knowledge and skills gained from their Assessment options and their weightings will be negotiated with the students previous ICT related units of study. or critical responses to 'Arts' experiences (40%) and and learning resources. Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for 10 wks Prerequisites: EDUP4009 EDUP4070 Assessment: 1x 1500wd professional statement (40%) and 1x 2000wd theory Integrated Arts (A) Special Course to practice paper (60%) Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Robyn Gibson Session: Semester The education of students with special education needs is the business 1 Classes: 2 hrs/wk for 12 wks Prerequisites: 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education and EDUP1001 and EDUP3008 Assessment: of all teachers. Arts. It may include IT in the Primary Classroom B workshops. instruction adjustments that will assist them to cater for students with special educational needs. techniques and understandings in the Creative for students with special education needs. excursions to galleries. EDUP4073 engagement. building on earlier units in the Bachelor of Education (Primary) program. Aboriginal Education Officer (AEO). It also involves teaching Creative Arts in a school context. By immersing ICT tools as part of assignments and activities. EDUP3003 and is based around teaching principles derived from current socio-cultural thinking. the application of contemporary Assessment: 1x My Practicum School and Community (1000 wd report and information and communication technologies in the Primary classroom. Possible examples include: 1x reflective scrapbook/portfolio. the focus will Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Sharon Galleguillos Session: turn to grammar and the anaylsis of children's spoken and written Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for 10 wks commencing week one Prerequisites: EDUP4072 Assessment: 1x the role of the Aboriginal Education texts. or rationale for using Creative from the use of ICT tools and construction of appropriate ICT teaching Arts in the primary school. Attendance at a all teachers are required to be knowledgeable about curriculum and Saturday refugee tutoring orientation is required. presentation software and desktop publishing. Technical aspects will be drawn but are linked to unit outcomes and reflect the 4 credit point loading. and Special Education (B) Special Course the carrying out of a small-scale tutoring project. etc.0 tools and Week lesson plans (three lesson plans in preparation for Practicum) (40%) applications. the evaluation of IT related resources and the integration of This unit of study will further develop and extend students' knowledge. The content of this unit builds upon previous work completed in EDUP3003 and EDUP4068. through lectures and workshops throughout Credit points: 4 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk for 10 wks Semester 1. to manage challenging and difficult social behaviour. The remainder of the unit will Prerequisites: EDUP4068 Assessment: 1x vocabulary task design (30%) and 1x classroom assessment and resource design (40%) and 1x refugee be spent examining practices that will assist teachers to meet the tutoring (30%) additional learning needs of students experiencing difficulty in learning literacy and numeracy through school based experiences. Criteria will be negotiated jointly. assisted performance. the school environment.This unit will address issues around current EDUP4069 legislation and policy. analysis and development of ESL implementation. techniques and understandings in the Creative Arts. the unit of study will provide students with hands-on This unit of study aims to develop skills and knowledge that will eable experiences of developing/designing learning resources relevant to students to address the many issues that face Indigenous pupils in the primary classroom. building EDUP4067 on the unit of study undertaken in Semester 1. are prepared to undertake their Practicum at a primary Prerequisites: 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education school with a significant cohort of Indigenous students and an including EDUP3003 & EDUP3007 Assessment: 1x grammar tasks (20%) and 1x teaching a novel and book club (60%) and 1x grammar test (20%). and handover. review current literatures about effective TESOL (B) Special Course practices in catering for students with special needs. The focus for this unit will be vocabulary EDUP4010 development. 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for 10 weeks Prerequisites: EDUP4066 Assessment: 1x web resource (40%) and 1x multimedia resource (40%) and EDUP4072 1x reflective journal (20%) Koori Kids in School A (Special Course) Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Sharon Galleguillos Session: This unit builds upon earlier ICT based experiences in Education 1 Semester 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for 10 wks commencing week one and IT in the Primary Classroom (A) in order to develop students' Prerequisites: 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education understanding of. In additon. skills. student need. skills. Four key principles are challenge. and skills in. The unit focuses on the application of Aboriginal Studies in primary educaton and builds on the knowledge EDUP4068 and skills gained in EDUP2006 Indigenous Australian Education. we will re-visit the teaching of literature with an Officer 1000wd report and powerpoint presentation (30%) and 1x the role of 8 . At the completion of the unit students will be familiar with problem based approaches This unit of study provides students with the opportunity to further and whole school strategies for addressing the education outcomes their knowledge. 1x planning a creative arts workshop (25%) and 1x presentation of group image The unit will deal with aspects of technology for teachers' professional (35%) practice. It is TESOL (A) Special Course structured so that students. Students will be guided in the application of more extensive consultative mechanisms with Aboriginal The content of this unit builds upon previous work completed in communities. powerpoint presentation) (30%) and 1x resource evaluation and presentation (1000 wd report and oral presentation) (30%) and 1x NAIDOC or Reconciliation Technical aspects will be drawn from the use of Web 2. organisations and individuals.Bachelor of Education (Primary) Given the introduction of the Disability Standards for Education (2005) emphasis on newly-arrived children and refugees. IT into the classroom. and develop Credit points: 4 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk for 10 wks skills in reviewing literature and policy. complexity and format appropriate for a final year unit of study within the discipline of the Creative Arts. concerts or Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Vilma Fyfe Session: Semester performances. guest lecturers. After an Koori Kids in School B (Special Course) introduction that is concerned with broad policy issues. and (b) how they can adjust their classroom practices Length. This unit will further the study of policy and practices 1x participation in in-school experience (45%) and 1x group presentation (20%) that assist teachers to cater for students with special needs through and 1x reflective scrapbook derived from the in-school experience including (a) examining strategies of how teachers can work together to address planning processes for the work undertaken and written critical reflection (35%). EDUP4066 Integrated Arts Special Course comprises Integrated Arts A (Semester IT in the Primary Classroom A 1) and Integrated Arts B (Semester 2).

42 credit points Assessment: 1x analysis of curriculum document (20%) and 1x seminar presentation (30%) and 1x related paper on a curriculum phenomenon (40%) and 1x on-line task (10%) EDUF4006 Research Honours B 'Curriculum' can mean many things: syllabuses. Evaluation and assessment are wd dissertation. knowledge and understandings constructs in order to develop a critical understanding of mentoring to prepare students to undertake. are necessary to arrive at decisions that are recorded in plans and documents. professional practice of teaching. know-how essential to organisational survive. This unit of study examines teaching and learning and to develop knowledge. within an educational context mentoring as theory and practice has assumed This unit of study is designed to assist students undertaking the critical importance in introducing pre-service teachers to the Honours program to understand and make links between research. 42 credit points Assessment: 1x seminar presentation 2000 wds (30%) and 1x reflective journal 4000 wds (70%) and participation in an approved mentor programme for at least 1 hour per week for 7 weeks EDUF4005 Research Honours A It is increasingly difficult for young people to survive in contemporary Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session: risk societies. by Department of Education and Training personnel concerning The unit is structured in a way to encourage the development of Indigenous education within districts throughout NSW. in particular. This unit of arguments and ideas through tutorial presentations. age. educators and communities. plans for teaching by faculties and individual teachers. sexuality. talking and interacting between individuals and groups that Note: Department permission required for enrolment. It will provide an understanding of the Curriculum and Evaluation relationships between research and practice to further develop Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Professor Murray Print Session: students as informed professionals who can critically analyse. School A. Specifically. focus on the Australian educational experience set within the context Youth sport in this unit encompasses school physical education. use Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: published research and conduct research. A broader and more accurate postgraduate research. what and how will be evaluated. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session: policies. understanding of these terms is important for all educators. This unit will with a significant cohort of indigenous students and an Aboriginal encourage students to critically analyse how sport is both constructed Education Officer (AEO). Cultural. terrorism and racism. Evaluation and assessment are often misunderstood This unit supports students in the Honours program in conducting concepts. In particular. The assessment of these units will be: 5 online tasks (5x 3%) and 10 mins presentation (10%) structures. is an important foundation for today's educators. cultural and sociological construction of youth in Australia today. social identity. mentoring has been widely adopted and research proposal (25%) and 10000 word dissertation (50%) internationally to support young people acquire the organisation Note: Department permission required for enrolment. The focus of this unit will be to further develop skills in gender. for 10 wks Prerequisites: Education Three Optional unit from Year 4. Bachelor of Education (Primary) the District Office 1000wd report (30%) and 1x excursion resource 1500wds theories that have emerged regarding youth sport and sport issues. It is designed also to encourage students. politics preparation for their final practicum (internship) at a primary school commercialism. Students will build on their understanding of the research process and. EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS EDUF3035 for Year 3 and Year 4 Multicultural Learning and Teaching Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session: EDUF3023 Semester 1 Classes: 2 hrs lectures/wk for 9 wks and 3 hrs field work/wk for 3 Sport: Contemporary Educational Issues wks and 3 hrs seminar/wk for 3 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: 1x critical reflective diary 2000wds (35%) and 1x essay 3000wds Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Steve Georgakis Session: (50%) and 1x poster presentation 1000wds (15%) Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 2-hr seminar/wk for 12 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: Seminar presentations This unit provides students with a deeper understanding of the (20%) and 1x 2500 wd work research project (40%) and 1x 2500 wd portfolio (40%) historical. EDUF3028 Honours Pathway Mentoring in Educational Contexts Candidates who are eligible for Honours must complete the 12 credit Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Lesley Scanlon Session: Semester points of units of study listed below instead of EDUF4044 and one 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk. structures. students to become informed citizens and life-long learners. The assessment of these units will be: 5 online tasks (5x 3%) and experiences for learners as well as the learning experiences 10 mins presentation (10%) and research proposal (25%) and 10000 word themselves. Students will participate in workshops given and is produced in the context of particular social values and beliefs. skills and knowledge and how this designed to encourage student-based multi-disciplinary inquiry as laid affects learning through practical engagement with Indigenous out by the Education III design. This unit also aims to prepare eligible students for lead to easily quantifiable results. (40%) These include how youth sport and sport in general have been This unit of study will build on the knowledge gained in Koori Kids in constructed over time and how each relates to themes such as class. nationalism. sets Semester 2 Classes: 12 x 2 hr independent sessions with supervisor of materials and resources used as the basis for developing learning Prerequisites: EDUF4005 Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with EDUF4005. conduct and present research as as professional practice. This unit endeavours to place greater emphasis on 9 . curriculum documents. Students use a range of sociological theories and this unit of study provides the skills. This unit will Australian society from an historical and socio-cultural perspective. ethnicity. This knowledge. Students work with a supervisor on their Honours often conflated with large scale testing regimes because they can research projects. organised community sport as well as any organised youth a levy to cover any additional costs.000 who. part of the Honours program in semester 2. Students enrolled in this unit will incur sport. of research EDUF3032 methods used in education. policy. This unit of study is Indigenous Australian culture. understanding and mentoring in schools and universities and other organisational skills to both use research and to undertake research. Particularly problematic is their successful navigation Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for weeks 1-7 of unfamiliar communities of practice manifest as organisational Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with EDUF4006. as well as the changing experiences of young This unit of study dissects the role played by youth sport and sport in people. In addition curriculum as process includes all of the dissertation (50%) thinking. social and political influences drive decisions about their Honours research project and reporting it in the form of a 10. school of multicultural social change. physical activity. research projects study will deepen the understanding of contemporary and traditional and a portfolio which relate to these topic areas. Subsequently.

Semester 2 Classes: 2 hrs lectures/wk for 9 wks and 3 hrs field work/wk for 3 wks and 3 hrs seminar/wk for 3 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: 1x critical reflective diary 2000wds (35%) and 1x essay 3000wds EDUF3027 (50%) and 1x poster presentation 1000wds (15%) International Education Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Nigel Bagnall Session: Semester This unit provides students with an understanding of the traditions. countries at the present time. (3) information processing and the design of instruction. poverty Australian Secondary Schooling and development in the less-developed parts of the world. Great Britain. and and achievement. is an integral component of the unit. public schools all come from? Understanding the history of the present Students will be assessed on the basis of: workshop participation. consideration of the Australian foreign aid program in public school. the role and nature of factors. illustrations and multimedia. whether in Australia or overseas. schools and education. secondary). A number of themes are dealt with in this global Students enrolled in this unit will incur a levy to cover any additional context.g. Film and Learning will provide is examined through several bodies of related recent research. The unit will appeal to students who are likely to work in the increasingly global world of teaching and may be involved in latter years in working in organizations such as UNESCO. 10 . Australia.Bachelor of Education (Primary) EDUF3034 EDUF3029 Australian Theatre. It Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Helen Proctor Session: Semester acknowledges the importance of a broad-ranging view of development.g. the curriculum. and the church and education. the coed and single sex school. stylistic and contemporary practices contributing to art and points Assessment: 2x 1000wd workshop papers (20%) and 1x workshop design in Australia and the Pacific. Global Poverty and Education demonstrate the skills involved in collaborative and self-directed Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Elizabeth Cussity Session: learning. SRCs. in particular youth transition. combined with a critical integration of all of particular schools in which they may be interested. 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit influences. series of presentations held in the last three weeks of the unit of study. primary. Indigenous issues in Australian Film and Theatre organised and what is its relationship to student achievement?) which will be examined. Students enrolled in this unit will incur a levy to cover any additional At the completion of the unit students should be able to analyse. and the role of UN agencies in educational development. 42 credit points. costs. USA and New Zealand. Arts-Based Learning and Teaching or who may be interested in careers in international and development Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session: education. In addition. students present the results of through field trips to significant theatre performances and festivals. The first part of the unit looks at the inheritance will be on demonstrating a sound understanding of the theories from Europe and North America before concentrating on Australia. synthesise. are an important foundation for both practitioners and art educators. Dr Kelly Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Paul Ginns Session: Semester 2 Freebody Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 9 weeks and 3x field trips Prerequisites: 42 credit points points and EDUF2006 Assessment: 1x 2-hr take home exam (30%) and 1x Assessment: 1x 1000wd media review (20%) and 1x 2500wd film deconstruction 2000wd essay (40%) and 1x group essay (15%) and 1x group presentation (40%) and 1x 2500wd theatre essay (40%) (15%) This unit of study examines the nature of theatre and film in Australian This unit of study examines four themes from current research on cultural and educational settings. The use of educational research program encourages students to work on the experience and history to support students' work. and Australian film and theatre will be placed within an international context (4) learning from text. school uniforms. Australian Theatre. Each of these so that students can examine the international forces influencing themes is defined by a central question (e. These case studies will include the education systems of France. how is the self-system Australian culture. Indigenous education issues in costs. the private and the case studies. A particular focus will be placed on learning and teaching which have significant implications for enhancing theatre and film for and by young people. who may be teaching or writing about development issues. and demonstrate competence in oral and written Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: communication skills. (2) collaborative learning: cognitive and motivational appreciation of. information used. and moves on to country and/or regional prefects. 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2hr seminar/wk for 10 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: 3x 700wd reading guides (30%) and 1x 2000wd including its economic. developed within the unit of study and applying these to the and New South Wales in particular. their collaborative self-directed research on one of the themes in a Australian school performances and the viewing of Australian films. enables a powerful advantage in the process of reforming secondary examination & essay. practices and institutions which form and how education is viewed in them. derive educational implications and EDUF3026 applications for an educational level (e. The emphasis. This unit will focus The unit emphasis is on the underpinning global education trends of on Indigenous Australian and Pacific Islander art and design education. The unit is especially designed for those who have an interest in developing EDUF3036 countries. Assessment: 1x 1hr exam (25%) and 1x 2500wd essay (30%) and 1x 1250wd workshop paper (25%) and 1x 750wd workshop paper (20%) EDUF3030 This unit of study explores relationships between education. the emergence of international curriculum and assessment and a number of education system case studies. Where did the HSC. learning that takes place through young people's engagement in. Knowledge of art and design. the developed world. moving to consideration of a range of theories of development How can we explain the ideas. Film and Learning Psychology of Learning and Teaching Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Michael Anderson. The major part of the unit the modern Australian secondary school? This unit looks for the examines key issues facing educational development in poorer answers in the history of the secondary school. and the range of learning learning outcomes in educational settings: (1) the self-system. the OECD or the World Bank. cultural and technological dimensions. The essay (45%) and 1x 1hr exam (25%) unit begins with an analysis of the impact of globalisation on poorer regions. theatre and film. and draw conclusions from theory and research in each of the four themes considered. The workshop and assignment less-developed areas of the world. In first hand experiences of Australian films and theatre performances addition to lectures on each theme. as presentation (20%) and 1x 1hr take home exam (20%) and 1x 2000wd essay (40%) well as design traditions and contemporary practices. Germany and the United States. in all aspects of assessment.

the Learner and the School EDUP1004 6    Semester 1 Science Concepts 1 EDUP1001 6    Semester 2 Creative Arts 1 EDUP1003 6    Semester 2 Mathematics and Numeracy YEAR 2 CONTINUING 2ND YEAR STUDENTS ONLY (XH025) In the second year. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. Education Two Units EDUF2006 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 1 Educational Psychology EDUF2007 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 2 Social Perspectives on Education Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDUP2002 4    P EDUP1002 Semester 1 English: Learning to be Literate EDUP2004 4    P EDUP1002 Semester 1 PDHPE1: Physical Activity EDUP2006 4    P EDUF1018 Semester 1 Indigenous Australian Education EDUP2005 4    Semester 2 Mathematics 1: Exploring Early Number EDUP2027 8    P EDUP1002. comprising: . and . and . Teachers and Teaching EDUF1019 6    N EDUF1012 Semester 2 Human Development and Education Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDUP1002 6    Semester 1 Language.12 credit points of Senior/Intermediate (level 2000) units of study chosen from Arts Table A or Science Table 1 or Section 2 of the Economics and Business Table. EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 Semester 2 Beginning Professional Experiences N EDUP2003 YEAR 3 CONTINUING 3RD YEAR STUDENTS ONLY (XH025) In the third year. . Bachelor of Education (Primary) Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) Candidates must complete 192 credit points comprising: YEAR 1 In the first year.6 credit points of Education Three Optional unit. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study.12 credit points of Education Two units.42 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. EDUF1017.24 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. and . chosen from Arts Table A or Science Table 1 or Section 2 of the Economics and Business Table. EDUF1016. EDUP1001.12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) units of study. comprising: . Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDUP3001 4    P 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education including EDUP2004 Semester 1 PDHPE 2: Active Healthy Primary Schools EDUP3002 4    P 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education Semester 1 Human Society and its Environment EDUP3003 4    P 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education Semester 1 Teaching in Multilingual Classrooms EDUP3008 4    P 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education including EDUP1001 Semester 1 Creative Arts 2 11 . and . comprising: .24 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. Education One Units EDUF1018 6    N EDUF1011 Semester 1 Education. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study.12 credit points of Education One units.

EDUP3007. including: . candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study.34 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. and . 12 . and .8 credit points of Primary Four Optional units.6 credit points of Education Three Optional unit. Semester 2 Professional Experiences 4 (Primary) EDUP2027. Semester 1 Science & Technology EDUF1016 and EDUF 1017 (Designing/Making) EDUP4076 4    P 72 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education including EDUP2002 and Semester 1 English: Being Critically Literate EDUP3006 EDUP4079 4    P 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education including EDU1002. EDUF1017 Semester 2 Investigating in Science and and EDUP2027 Technology EDUP3006 4    P 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education including EDUP1002 and Semester 2 English: Becoming Literate EDUP2002 EDUP3007 4    P 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education including EDUP2027 Semester 2 Professional Experiences 2 (Primary) N EDUP2003 EDUP3034 4    P 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education including EDUP2004 and Semester 2 PDHPE 3: The Health Promoting EDUP3001 School YEAR 4 CONTINUING 4TH YEAR STUDENTS ONLY (XH025) In the fourth year.Bachelor of Education (Primary) Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points EDUF3031 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Positive Approaches to Special Semester 2 Education EDUP3004 4    P 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education including EDUP2005 Semester 2 Mathematics 2: Space and Measurement EDUP3005 4    P 36 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education including EDUF1016. EDUP2027 Semester 1 Professional Experiences 3 (Primary) and EDUP3007 EDUP4077 4    P 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Education including EDUP3004 and EDUP3006 Semester 2 Teaching Children with Special Needs EDUP4080 4    P 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Education including EDUP3002 Semester 2 Human Society and its Environment 2 EDUP4017 4    P 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education including EDUP1002. EDUP4079 EDUF4044 6    P 120 credit points including EDUF2006 and EDUF2007 Semester 1 Reading and Designing Research Semester 2 Primary Four Optional Units EDUP4007 4    P 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education Semester 1 Primary Languages A EDUP4008 4    P EDUP4007 Semester 2 Primary Languages B EDUP4009 4    P 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education and EDUF3031 Semester 1 Special Education (A) Special Course EDUP4010 4    P EDUP4009 Semester 2 Special Education (B) Special Course EDUP4066 4    P 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education including EDUP3003 and Semester 1 IT in the Primary Classroom A EDUP3007 EDUP4067 4    P EDUP4066 Semester 2 IT in the Primary Classroom B EDUP4068 4    P 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education including EDUP3003 & Semester 1 TESOL (A) Special Course EDUP3007 EDUP4069 4    P EDUP4068 Semester 2 TESOL (B) Special Course EDUP4070 4    P 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education and EDUP1001 and EDUP3008 Semester 1 Integrated Arts (A) Special Course EDUP4071 4    P EDUP4070 Semester 2 Integrated Arts (B) Special Course EDUP4072 4    P 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education Semester 1 Koori Kids in School A (Special Course) EDUP4073 4    P EDUP4072 Semester 2 Koori Kids in School B (Special Course) Honours Pathway Candidates who are eligible for Honours must complete the 12 credit points of units of study listed below instead of EDUF4044 and one Education Three Optional unit from Year 4. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDUP4074 4    P 72 credit points of Professional Studies in Primary Education including EDUP2005 and Semester 1 Mathematics Education 3 EDUP3004 EDUP4075 4    P 72 credit points of professional studies in Primary Education including EDUP2027. EDUP3005.

Bachelor of Education (Primary) Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points EDUF4005 6    Note: Department permission required for enrolment Semester 1 Research Honours A EDUF4006 6    P EDUF4005 Semester 2 Research Honours B Note: Department permission required for enrolment EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS for Year 3 and Year 4 EDUF3023 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Sport: Contemporary Educational Issues EDUF3028 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Mentoring in Educational Contexts EDUF3032 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Curriculum and Evaluation EDUF3035 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Multicultural Learning and Teaching EDUF3034 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Australian Theatre. Film and Learning Semester 2 EDUF3026 6    P 42 credit points. Semester 2 Global Poverty and Education EDUF3027 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 International Education EDUF3029 6    P 42 credit points and EDUF2006 Semester 2 Psychology of Learning and Teaching EDUF3030 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 Australian Secondary Schooling EDUF3036 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 Arts-Based Learning and Teaching 13 .

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the learning in accordance with the legislative requirements of the Children Care of a body of knowledge on 'human development (child and adolescent and Protection Act of NSW Department of Community Services in this in particular)'. chosen Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jean Ashton Session: Semester from Arts Table A or Science Table 1 or Section 2 of the Economics 1 Classes: 1x 2hr tutorial/wk and 1x 1hr lecture/wk Assessment: 1x comparison of early childhood services 2000 wds (30%) and 1x analysis and review 2500 and Business Table. comprising:. or to purchase or search a handbook. are being the impact of history. skills and interests and prior achievements affect learning and To view the latest updates. YEAR 1 Curriculum and Professional Studies Units In the first year. and how current challenged. work.5hr exam (40%) and 2x 1000wd essays (2x20%) and 1x seminar presentation (20%) EDEC1004 Play and Learning in Early Childhood This unit of study is the first part of Education I and provides a general Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jean Ashton Session: Semester introduction to education and teaching. 2 Classes: 1x 3hr seminar/wk Assessment: 1x image analysis 2500 wds philosophy of science and neurobiology. developmental perspective inevitably transforms teachers into problem solvers who adapt and modify their teaching and learning approaches. and social context. This unit enables students to observe and conclusion of the unit students should have developed and understand children's play and to provide a framework for planning demonstrated an understanding of the complex character of teachers' developmentally appropriate play-based learning experiences. teaching as a process 1x report 2500 wds (45%) and 1x workshop presentation 2000 wds (30%) and way of life.au/handbooks . The unit focuses on the processes and products childhood and the social constructions of families and childhoods in of human development. In addition. drawing in particular on the Dynamic Systems in a global society and as a result traditional understandings of Approach and the neurobiology of the brain. The unit will also consider 'childhood' as being universally experienced within cultures.edu. Students will also undertake Child Protection training addresses one of the major goals of Education I. 1x 1-hr mentoring seminar commencing week 2 Prohibitions: EDUF1011 Assessment: 1x 1. a component of this unit of study in terms of assessment but Childhood) administratively separate. Students to the study of human development. Students will explore how concepts motor. EDEC1003 based on knowledge of factors that promote each child's optimal Changing Childhoods development.24 credit EDEC1001 points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. culture. The unit and wellbeing. At the childhood educators. attempts to impart upon students a beginning knowledge of computers and information technology such Candidates must complete 192 credit points of units of study that beginning teachers can properly function as educational comprising: professionals. An in-depth knowledge and awareness of the nature and context of Within this unit. 15 please visit the website: sydney. Teachers and Teaching regulations governing early childhood services and licensing conditions Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Paul Ginns Session: Semester 1 and will examine the literature relating to quality care and education Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk commencing week 2 and in early childhood services. Students will be required to become familiar with the Education. moral. students are also mentored by more experienced the play of infants. wds (25%) Students are therefore encouraged to engage in this study with critical This unit explores the historical and contemporary influences on and creative minds.. related to cognitive emotional. and that existing (45%) and 1x essay 2000 wds (30%) and 1x mini conference presentation 1500 developmental theories are open to question and continuing debate. teachers as life-long learners and researchers. social. and.12 credit Early Childhood Settings and Communities points of Junior (level 1000) units of study in one subject area. involving in particular psychology. II and III. Introduction to Computers in Education. culture and the curriculum. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. The classical theories will be of childhood impact on the education and care of infants. and. The image of the child and children's rights are a focus theory and research. wds (45%) and 1x tutorial presentation 1500 wds (25%) Education One Units This foundational unit of study helps students become familiar with the range of early childhood settings available for children from birth EDUF1018 to five years.12 credit points of Education One units. It is premised on the view that teaching from a unit. toddlers and young children is essential for early students during their first semester transition to the university. and language development. Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) Bachelor of Education (Early development. which is the second part of Education 1 introduces students and safe early childhood learning and care environments.The unit integrates the following 1 Classes: 1x 3hr seminar/wk Assessment: 1x essay 1500 wds (25%) and themes: knowledge. Australia and throughout the world. EDEC1002 EDUF1019 Health and Wellness in Early Childhood Human Development and Education Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jean Ashton Session: Semester Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Minkang Kim Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 3hr workshop/wk Assessment: 1x development of resource 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk for 10 wks and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 10 wks and 2000 wds (30%) and 1x analysis of legislation 2500 wds (45%) and 1x in-class 1x 1-hr ICT workshop for 10wks Prohibitions: EDUF1012 Assessment: 1x presentation and paper 1500 wds (25%) and Child Protection requirements 1hr seminar presentation (30%) and 1x 2000wd essay (30%) and 1x 2hr exam (Satisfactory/Fail) (30%) and 1x ICT task (10%) This unit provides students with the ability to plan and operate healthy This unit. A core assumption of the unit is that the study of human Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jean Ashton Session: Semester development is cross-disciplinary. toddlers and considered in some detail and examined in the light of contemporary young children. with a particular emphasis on the will learn about minimizing infection and promoting children's health development of early childhood through to adolescence.

art. Students will prepare and present This unit explores a range of diverse and Indigenous cultures and experiences with individuals and small groups based on children's their inclusion in early childhood settings. Economics and Business Table. markets and globalisation. of education.The important issues and young children develop language. Its aim is to provide gain an understanding of different theories about how infants. They will have had training in two Department of Education EDEC1004 and EDEC2004 and EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 Assessment: and Training policies. Similarly.Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) YEAR 2 and families is essential in creating an inclusive environment and curriculum.24 education and inclusion in the early childhood context. observations and other activities. and 1x3000wd portfolio of arts activities (50%) and 1x1000wd classroom presentation (20%) and 1x2000wd essay (30%) Student Welfare. problem solving. Similarly they will have been Creative Arts in Early Childhood introduced to the theory and practice of assessment and evaluation Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jean Ashton Session: Semester in educational settings. Its aim is to provide creative arts through their spontaneous play is an important feature a general introduction to the social. dance and drama. observation and lesson plans.12 credit points of Education Two units. This first EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDEC1002 Assessment: 1x2500wd essay professional experience placement will consist of observations and (45%) and 1x2000wd review of readings (30%) and 1x1500wd brochure/poster documentation young children's development and social engagement incorporating ICT (25%) as they go about their daily activities. For the creation of inclusive classrooms. EDEC2001 especially as it relates to young people. Observing and assessing yound children's engagement with the This unit of study is the second part of Education II. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units surrounding a range of diverse and Indigenous cultures. beliefs and values in the consideration of the issues above. The unit also emphasises the centrality of providing rich. Class.The establishment of positive engagement with children 16 . culture. students will have made learning and family involvement in an inclusive and supportive learning substantial progress towards understanding the utility of research in environment for young children. At the end of this unit of study. portfolio of 3 focus children.5hrs (25%) and 1x oral presentation and practical knowledge required to help young children build on their (10%) innate love of music. students will be Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jean Ashton Session: Semester familiar with broad movements in contemporary educational reform 2 Classes: 6x 3-hr workshops prior to practicum and 1x 3-hr workshop following and their association with national and global economic change. Social Perspectives on Education This unit explores the fundamental importance of the Arts in the Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Debra Hayes Session: ongoing development of young children's imagination and creativity. (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: workshop presentations (15%) and 1x 1000 wd literature review (15%) and 1x 4000 wd students will examine the theoretical underpinnings. religion. knowledge and skills in the Creative Arts. Anti-Racism and Gender Equity. It will enable students to apply Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jean Ashton Session: Semester the theories and strategies covered in other units of study and allow 1 Classes: 1x1hr tutorial/week. It helps students to develop of the unit include constructivist and other approaches to learning. reflective diary and practice following Department of Education and Training policies and teaching report and professional experience (pass/fail) Practical field work: procedures: Aboriginal Education. as well chosen from Arts Table A or Science Table 1 or Section 2 of the as those of others. This unit will explore current theories and practices In the second year. communities. At the end of this unit of study. upon children's development. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: Through workshops. interests and engagement with learning evidenced disability. 1x2hr workshop/week Prerequisites: them to reflect on the links between theory and practice.12 this unit of study students will be encouraged to examine their own credit points of Senior (level 2000) units of study in one subject area. . political and economic contexts of this unit. skills and knowledge about how to help young children begin to make critical thinking skills. research literature joint research project (35%) and 1x exam 1. and other social categories have an impact through these observations. song. technologically supported meaning from the moment they are born through the preschool years learning and motivation. ethnicity. There is a strong emphasis on play as a vehicle for language degree. and interact with those around later teaching and curriculum studies in the Bachelor of Education them. students should have the capacity to EDEC2002 discuss the impact of a range of educational practices and policies Professional Experience EC 1 on communities of students and families. They will have the capacity to describe learning and teaching activities in terms of their psychological efficacy. early childhood educators must have an understanding of the significance of the personal and social attributes that children bring to the setting. gender. As the practicum Prerequisites: EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDEC1002 and a result of working collaboratively on a substantial project students EDEC1004 and EDEC2004 and EDEC2003 Corequisites: EDEC2001 will develop a range of research skills. toddlers a general introduction to educational psychology. 3 pre-prac visits and 15 day block placement in an early childhood education and care setting (3-5 years of age) Curriculum and Professional Studies Units This unit is the first of four professional experience units that provide EDEC2003 opportunities for students to gain teaching experience in early Diversity and Indigenous Studies in EC childhood education and care settings. Throughout credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. It assists students to This unit of study is the first part of Education II. listen. discerned strengths. and. This unit plays an important role in supporting in terms of how they learn to talk. EDEC2004 Education Two Units Language Arts in Early Childhood Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jean Ashton Session: Semester EDUF2006 1 Classes: 1x1hr tutorial/week and 1x2hr workshop/week Prerequisites: Educational Psychology EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDEC1004 Assessment: 1x1000wd picture Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Richard Walker Session: Semester book presentation (15%) and 1x1000wd observation task (15%) and 1x1500wd 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: (EDUF1018 language activities portfolio (25%) and 1x2500wd essay (45%) and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: 1x tutorial presentations (oral & written) (30%) and 1x 2000 wd essay (40%) and 1x 2hr exam (30%) This unit of study assists students to develop knowledge and skills in the language arts at the early childhood level. movement. The two themes studied in the Unit are: Schools and quality Creative Arts experiences in early childhood settings. Good Discipline and Effective Learning. and Educational systems. Training is provided in the Assessment: professional experience folder including service detail. readings. and the impact of assessment on learning and 2 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week and 1x2hr workshop/week Prerequisites: motivation.social of study. Working with young children from birth to five requires students to EDUF2007 develop understandings. psychology for educators. comprising:.

Education One Units EDUF1018 6    N EDUF1011 Semester 1 Education. comprising: . comprising: . chosen from Arts Table A or Science Table 1 or Section 2 of the Economics and Business Table. chosen from Arts Table A or Science Table 1 or Section 2 of the Economics and Business Table. . Teachers and Teaching EDUF1019 6    N EDUF1012 Semester 2 Human Development and Education Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDEC1001 6    Semester 1 Early Childhood Settings and Communities EDEC1004 6    Semester 1 Play and Learning in Early Childhood EDEC1002 6    Semester 2 Health and Wellness in Early Childhood EDEC1003 6    Semester 2 Changing Childhoods YEAR 2 In the second year. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study.12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) units of study in one subject area. and .12 credit points of Education Two units. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. .12 credit points of Senior (level 2000) units of study in one subject area. and . Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) Candidates must complete 192 credit points of units of study comprising: YEAR 1 In the first year.24 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units.12 credit points of Education One units. Education Two Units EDUF2006 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 1 Educational Psychology EDUF2007 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 2 Social Perspectives on Education Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDEC2003 6    P EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDEC1002 Semester 1 Diversity and Indigenous Studies in EC EDEC2004 6    P EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDEC1004 Semester 1 Language Arts in Early Childhood EDEC2001 6    P EDEC1004 and EDEC2004 and EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 Semester 2 Creative Arts in Early Childhood EDEC2002 6    P EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDEC1002 and EDEC1004 and EDEC2004 and EDEC2003 Semester 2 Professional Experience EC 1 C EDEC2001 17 .24 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units.

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The unit also solvers who adapt and modify their teaching and learning approaches. social. Within this unit. culture. those from different backgrounds. and social context. with a particular emphasis on the teacher-centred end of the spectrum. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Paul Ginns Session: Semester 1 Health and Physical Education (PDHPE). The unit will examine the current NSW Board of seminar presentation (20%) Studies' requirements regarding K-6 PDHPE and will focus on the primary school learning and teaching environment. 1hr seminar presentation (30%) and 1x 2000wd essay (30%) and 1x 2hr exam This journey exposes them to the need for teachers to be able to (30%) and 1x ICT task (10%) select and employ the appropriate approach.. The five units move pre-service along a spectrum of 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk for 10 wks and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 10 wks and 1x 1-hr ICT workshop for 10wks Prohibitions: EDUF1012 Assessment: 1x teaching styles ranging from teacher-centred to student-centred styles. a Human Movement and Health component of this unit of study in terms of assessment but administratively separate. and. EDUH1006 Students are therefore encouraged to engage in this study with critical Identifying Health Determinants and creative minds. Education. examines how less teacher-centred approaches can be employed based on knowledge of factors that promote each child's optimal when teaching track and field and gymnastics. 1x 1-hr microteaching and 20 days teaching practicum (5 days dispersed and 15 days as a block) Assessment: 1x microteaching reflection (15%) and 1x lesson plan (35%) and 1x professional experience portfolio (50%) and Education One Units Professional Experience (Pass/Fail) EDUF1018 This unit of study is the first of five that examines pedagogical. philosophy of science and neurobiology. comprising:. 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: EDUH1005 motor. Dr Kellie Burns points of Junior (level 1000) units of study.24 credit Professional Practice in PDHPE 1 points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. The unit focuses on the processes and products Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kellie Burns Session: Semester of human development.This unit of study will develop Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk commencing week 2 and students' understanding of what it is to be a teacher within a specific 1x 1-hr mentoring seminar commencing week 2 Prohibitions: EDUF1011 Assessment: 1x 1.au/handbooks . involving in particular psychology. and that existing developmental theories are open to question and continuing debate.12 credit points of Education One units. The unit introduces a health To view the latest updates. students are also mentored by more experienced students during their first semester transition to the university. II and III. The classical theories will be Assessment: 1x group presentation (30%) and 3x 1000wd short essays (3x10%) considered in some detail and examined in the light of contemporary and 1x 2500wd essay (40%) theory and research. The unit content that can be seen as requiring more teacher-centred teaching addresses one of the major goals of Education I. In addition. drawing in particular on the Dynamic Systems This core unit of study is the first of five that explore the ways in which Approach and the neurobiology of the brain. The unit will also consider meanings about health are socially and politically constructed in the impact of history. At the EDUH1007 conclusion of the unit students should have developed and Pedagogy for Physical Education 1 demonstrated an understanding of the complex character of teachers' Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Victoria Rawlings Session: Semester work. teachers as life-long learners and researchers. It is premised on the view that teaching from a theory as manifested in the Fundamental Motor Skills (FMS) and developmental perspective inevitably transforms teachers into problem which is part of the NSW K . introduction to education and teaching.The unit integrates the following students will develop the necessary skills to design and deliver themes: knowledge.12 credit Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louisa Peralta. It thus focuses on topics and development of early childhood through to adolescence.This unit also introduces development. The unit of study follows on from the introduction to pedagogy delivered in Semester 1 in This unit. moral. modules and support documents. Introduction to Computers in Education.5hr exam (40%) and 2x 1000wd essays (2x20%) and 1x PDHPE context. To this end pedagogy is studied in relation to motor learning in particular)'. 19 please visit the website: sydney. and language development. Through an This unit of study is the first part of Education I and provides a general examination of the K-6 syllabus. related to cognitive emotional. and. unit is linked to 20 days Professional Experience in a Primary school. teaching as a process appropriate teaching experiences for a specific stage of learner. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of EDUH1005 study. chosen from Arts Table A Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and or Science Table 1 or Section 2 of the Economics and Business Table. YEAR 1 Curriculum and Professional Studies Units In the first year. 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: EDUH1005 Assessment: 1x pedagogy essay 2000wds (30%) and 1x lesson plan and EDUF1019 presentation (40%) and 1x exam 90mins (30%) Human Development and Education This unit of study is the first of five units on pedagogy in physical Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Minkang Kim Session: Semester education. Teachers and Teaching curriculum and professional practices in K-10 Personal Development. attempts to impart upon students a Education) beginning knowledge of computers and information technology such Candidates must complete 192 credit points of units of study that beginning teachers can properly function as educational comprising: professionals.6 PDHPE syllabus. Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and Health Education) Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and Health Education) Bachelor of Education (Secondary: skills and interests and prior achievements affect learning and development. the learning due to safety considerations and the nature of the activities being of a body of knowledge on 'human development (child and adolescent learnt. culture and the curriculum.edu. which is the second part of Education 1 introduces students Professional Practice in PDHPE1 and concentrates on the to the study of human development. The and way of life. and how current contemporary Australian society. A core assumption of the unit is that the study of human teaching strategies to accommodate the needs of all students including development is cross-disciplinary. or to purchase or search a handbook.

students should have the capacity to sport in Indigenous communities. the body's motivation. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDUH1017 EDUH2016 Sports Mechanics Health of Young People 1 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: Two 1hr lectures.10 syllabus mandated areas of aquatics. EDUF1019. assignments (5%). communities. It examines the a general introduction to the social. It explores the importance and cultural meanings of At the end of this unit of study. This unit of study will focus on learning and teaching activities in terms of their psychological efficacy. comprising:. dance and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: 1x tutorial presentations and games. Good Discipline and Effective Learning. The BEd(Secondary)(Human Movement and Health Education) students unit investigates the meaning of these health issues in contemporary to provide basic knowledge and understanding of concepts in society and the key focus of work in this area. Its aim is to provide Applied Anatomy and Physiology a general introduction to educational psychology. PHYS1901 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 36 junior Assumed knowledge: No assumed knowledge of Physics Assessment: credit points including EDUF1018. EDUH2018 EDUF2007 Indigenous Perspectives in PDHPE Social Perspectives on Education Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Debra Hayes Session: 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 36 junior credit points including EDUF1018. problem solving. political and economic contexts notion of an Indigenous Australian history and examines the social. PHYS1002. progressive test (5%). 36 junior credit points including EDUF1018. media literacy in PDHPE. change over time and are will develop a range of research skills. Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 36 junior critical thinking skills. It is communication. of education. loss and grief. Assessment: 1x unit of work (55%) and 3x 1000wd teaching tasks (45%) eLearning quizzes (2%). Laboratory (20%). globalisation and geographic location. mental health.gender. Anti-Racism and Gender Equity. one 2hr practical.The important issues Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Erica Jeong Session: Semester 1 of the unit include constructivist and other approaches to learning. report (20%). EDUH1017 and EDUH1005 learning and motivation.12 credit points of Education Two units. age. technologically supported credit points including EDUF1018. As develop an appreciation for an understanding of the ways in which a result of working collaboratively on a substantial project students meanings of health are constructed.5hrs (25%) and 1x oral presentation This core unit of study acknowledges the importance of training (10%) PDHPE teachers who have an understanding of past and This unit of study is the second part of Education II. Students will following Department of Education and Training policies and investigate 'upstream' approaches to health education and health procedures: Aboriginal Education. positive relationships and and methods using a context that is both interesting and useful.Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and Health Education) determinants approach to explore a range of factors that impact upon on communities of students and families. Educational Psychology The unit of study follows on from EDUH1007 taught in year 1 moving Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Richard Walker Session: Semester the focus toward student-centred approaches to teaching as applied 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: (EDUF1018 to the NSW PDHPE 7 . A key focus will be to introduce the required language self concept. a whole-school concepts discussed are illustrated with examples from sporting approach to health. EDUF1019. and Educational systems. The unit supports them to expand discuss the impact of a range of educational practices and policies their understanding of Indigenous cultures and equips students with 20 . Assessment: 1x tutorial presentation (30%) and (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: workshop 1x resource evaluation 1750wd (30%) and 1x 2500wd essay (40%) presentations (15%) and 1x 1000 wd literature review (15%) and 1x 4000 wd joint research project (35%) and 1x exam 1. This unit of study is the second of five health education units and This unit of study at Junior level is designed specifically for focuses on various issues relating to the health of young people. gender presented with a minimum level of mathematics and the mechanics stereotyping. EDUF2006 This unit is the second of five units on pedagogy in physical education. They will have the capacity to describe movement and health education. and performance. supporting difference and diversity. The unit considers this content through the lens of critical Faculty of Science. education. sexual health and drug activities. Major content covers mechanics. markets and globalisation. familiar with broad movements in contemporary educational reform race & ethnicity. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Steve Georgakis Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 36 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. self esteem and body image. At the end of this unit of study. EDUH1005 and EDUH1006. This unit plays an important role in supporting Assessment: 5x quizzes (15%) and 1x lab report (30%) and 1x creative report later teaching and curriculum studies in the Bachelor of Education (25%) and 1x 90min exam (30%) degree. This unit of study is offered by staff in the School of Physics. students will be individual and/or community health . YEAR 2 EDUH2017 In the second year. coping and resilience. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: EDUF1019 and EDUH1005. Assessment: 1x essay 2000wds (40%) and 1x dance lesson plan Education Two Units and reflection (30%) and 1x aquatics teaching lesson plans (30%). EDUH1007 and EDUH1005. studying the structure and function of a human body as well as especially as it relates to young people. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units Pedagogy for Physical Education 2 of study. The two themes studied in the Unit are: Schools and economic and health disadvantages that challenge Indigenous communities. education. Similarly they will have been applying this knowledge to a variety of situations related to human introduced to the theory and practice of assessment and evaluation movement and health education. Students will and their association with national and global economic change. and. Its aim is to provide contemporary experiences of Indigenous Australians. Similarly. one 2hr Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kellie Burns Session: Semester tutorial. genetics. and the impact of assessment on learning and systems of the body influence and respond to movement. students will have made The purpose of this unit is to raise students' awareness of anatomy substantial progress towards understanding the utility of research in and physiology as one of the biophysical foundations of human psychology for educators. Training is provided in the institutionalised through health policies and practices. final exam (48%). (oral & written) (30%) and 1x 2000 wd essay (40%) and 1x 2hr exam (30%) EDUH2020 This unit of study is the first part of Education II. Student Welfare. They will have had training in two Department of Education energy systems and how training produces adaptations and affects and Training policies. This unit aims to establish how the in educational settings. depression. promotion that empower individuals and communities and lessen the burden on primary health care. Prohibitions: PHYS1001. EDUF1019.

awareness of how to integrate Indigenous issues into the health The unit is structured in a way to encourage the development of education and physical education context. EDUH2017. gender. This unit of study examines the current (40%) Stage 6 PDHPE Syllabus. In the third year. This unit will 21 . EDUF1019 and EDUH3017 EDUH1005. will also practice classroom management strategies when integrating ICT as a tool. including EDUH1005. Prerequisites: 36 junior credit points including EDUH1005. policy. the use of the Game Sense to achieve tactical transfer across the four game categories of invasion games. net/wall games YEAR 3 and target games. age. Students placement. EDUF1018 and Digital Education Revolution. terrorism and racism. The unit is These include how youth sport and sport in general have been linked to a 5 week professional experience block placement.initiative game (40%) and 1x reflective report and application (60%). There is a substantial body of evidence that Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/week and 1x 2hr tutorial/week suggests that this time spent in the outdoors provides many benefits Prerequisites: 72 credit points from HMHE and EDUF curriculum units. but also to implement Education 2 finished with a focus on student-centred approaches to and reflect on these experiences in a natural outdoor setting during teaching games and sport as activities that are suitable for the adoption a three day camp. Professional Practice in PDHPE 3 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louisa Peralta Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week and 1x2hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 72 credit Curriculum and Professional Studies Units points from HMHE and EDUF curriculum units. Students will also practice sport. enhancing decision making skills. Health and (20%) and 1x 2500 wd work research project (40%) and 1x 2500 wd portfolio Physical Education (PDHPE). EDUH2019 Assessment: 1x2500wd essay (40%) and presentation (30%) and unit plan (30%) well-being. striking games. These skills will enable students to design and Outdoor Education develop pedagogically sound learning experiences using software Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Wayne Cotton Session: Semester similar to that provided on the school laptops rolled out as part of the 2 Classes: 2 hrs lecture/wk for 9 wks and a three day residential camp. and improving interpersonal relationships. Dr Wayne Cotton Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week and 1x2hr tutorial/ week This core unit of study is the second of five examining pedagogical Prerequisites: 72 credit points from HMHE and EDUF curriculum units including and professional practices in K-12 Personal Development Health and EDUH1005. Dr Louisa Peralta students to become informed citizens and life-long learners. this unit examines approximately $300. management and the explicit use of ICT as a learning and teaching students will develop the necessary skills to design effective teaching tool in PDHPE. deflect and overcome challenging learners. student centred and challenging learning and teaching Youth sport in this unit encompasses school physical education. The unit will assist pre-service teachers in developing an and is produced in the context of particular social values and beliefs. EDUH3018 Pedagogy for Physical Education 3 This unit explores the role of natural environments in the development Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Steve Georgakis Session: of young Australians. The unit is linked to a 4-week professional experience block student beavhiours in a range of PDHPE/classroom settings. A strong focus of this unit of study is the preparation of guided discovery and problem solving teaching styles. It is designed also to encourage Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kellie Burns. organised community sport as well as any organised youth planning and programming skills. research projects and a portfolio which relate to these topic areas. EDUH2019 Assessment: 1x3000wd report (50%) and 1x3000wd essay (50%) and EDUF3023 professional experience (pass/fail) Practical field work: 25 days professional Sport: Contemporary Educational Issues experience block placement in K-12 PDHPE setting Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Steve Georgakis Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 2-hr seminar/wk for 12 This core unit of study is the third of five examining pedagogical and wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: Seminar presentations professional practices in K-12 Personal Development. Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 36 junior credit points including EDUF1018. It specifically focuses on classroom Department of Education and Training Quality Teaching documents. This This unit is the thrid of five units on pedagogy in physical education. the unit deploys Quality Teaching theories and practices. politics commercialism. and the NSW Physical Education (PDHPE). sexuality. social identity. By focussing on key syllabus physical activity. This unit endeavours to place greater emphasis on concepts. There will be an additional cost for the camp . theories that have emerged regarding youth sport and sport issues. EDUH2019 Assessment: case study (20%) and classroom management plan (40%) and ICT resource (40%) Physical Education (PDHPE). This unit of study is EDUH2019 designed to encourage student-based multi-disciplinary inquiry as laid Professional Practice in PDHPE 2 out by the Education III design. of pre-service teachers for teaching Outdoor Education in NSW the unit focuses on Game Sense pedagogy and the educational schools. including for the individual including improving self esteem and psychological EDUH1007. Assessment: 1x classroom management plan (30%) and 1x micro-teaching unit plan and lesson plan (70%) and Professional Experience ICT and Behaviour Management in PDHPE (Pass/Fail) Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louisa Peralta. nationalism. This unit of study also focuses on developing basic ICT EDUH2029 operational skills. unit provides the opportunity for pre-service teachers to not only plan The unit picks up from where EDUH2017 Pedagogy for Physical learning experiences based on these theories. constructed over time and how each relates to themes such as class. arguments and ideas through tutorial presentations. Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and Health Education) the knowledge to provide culturally appropriate programs to students encourage students to critically analyse how sport is both constructed in schools. creative. In particular. the socio-cultural perspective of health and physical activity. EDUF1019 Assessment: 1x presentation . In line with the NSW PDHPE 7-10 syllabus. Through professional practices in K-12 Personal Development Health and an examination of the syllabus support documents. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. increasing the ability to overcome challenges. Through an examination of case studies. This unit of study examines the current NSW Board of Studies requirements in years 7-10 PDHPE and focuses This core unit of study is the fourth of five defining pedagogical and on the secondary school learning and teaching environment. setting. comprising the Curriculum and Professional Studies units EDUH3020 listed below. including the Outdoor Recreation option in the PDHPE HSC benefits that it offers for teaching games and sport across the school preliminary course. ethnicity. Through an examination of the core and This unit of study dissects the role played by youth sport and sport in option modules. students will experiences and management strategies for a range of student be given opportunities to prevent. students will be afforded the opportunity to design Australian society from an historical and socio-cultural perspective. school experiences and teacher support material.

It follows on from EDUH3018 Pedagogy for Physical Education 3 to introduce the Sport Education pedagogical model as This is the fifth and last physical education pedagogy unit of study. perhaps due to lack of knowledge or a lack of sensitivity by teaching inquiry-based approaches to teaching physical education such as staff. In doing so it specifically addresses the requirement Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x in the PDHPE Stages 4. Pedagogy for Physical Education 4 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Steve Georgakis Session: Curriculum and Professional Studies Units Semester 2 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week and 1x2hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: (90 credit points from HMHE) and (EDUF curriculum units. students will design creative. including centred and challenging learning and teaching experiences and EDUH1005. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. EDUH2019. By focusing on key syllabus 1x 2700wd fitness program (45%) and 4 x quizzes (4x 5%) and 1x lesson plan concepts. This unit of study is the third of four which explores components of health in contemporary Australian society from a socio cultural EDUH4048 perspective and the second that focuses specifically on the health of Professional Experiences in PDHPE 3 young people. 5 and 6 to reflect the multidimensional nature 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 84 credit points of professional studies in HMHE of health and how young people respond to and assess the impact of including EDUH3007 Assessment: 1x program design 3500wds (60%) and a variety of social and psychological factors on their future lives. EDUH1006. EDUH2019. In addition to this experience students Classes are driven by student derived inquiry questions which are are expected to submit a professional learning portfolio which includes instrumental in the understanding of these issues and processes. Traditional sports may also appear alienating to NESB students Game Sense and Sport Education also require new methods of or may not accommodate some cultural requirements. Students the new PDHPE syllabuses. professional practices in Personal Development. Emphasis students will be expected to play an active role as a member of a will be on the knowledge and practical understanding of different learning community by planning. students with special education needs. understand points Assessment: 1x fieldwork report equiv 4000 wds (40%) and 1x tutorial presentation equiv 650 wds (15%) and 3 position statements equiv 1350 wds the vital link between theory and practice and value the need for them (3x15%) to be research informed teachers. EDUH3018) Assessment: 1x1800wd Physical Education Pedagogy 5 essay (30%) and presentation (40%) and 1x1800wd assessment analysis and Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x 2-hr practical class/wk for report (30%) 9 wks Prerequisites: 84 credit points of Professional Studies in HMHE including EDUH3009 Assessment: 1x essay 3000wds (50%) and 1x unit of study and This unit is the fourth of five units of study on pedagogy in physical lesson plans 3000wds (50%) education. At the completion of this unit it is hoped that students workshop for 6 wks and 20 hrs fieldwork placement Prerequisites: 42 credit are more confident and knowledgeable in this content area.12 credit points of Human Movement and Health Education Four Optional units. evidence CONTINUING 4TH YEAR STUDENTS ONLY (XH026)In the fourth based approaches to curriculum. There is now assessment that are examined in this unit of study. A specific focus is given to comprising:. Many fourth year BEd students will soon be teaching Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week and 1x1hr in multicultural schools where these issues will be directly relevant tutorial/week Prerequisites: 90 credit points from HMHE or EDUF units. student Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2hr lecture/week and 1x 2hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 90 credit points from HMHE or EDUF curriculum units. including EDUH1005.Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and Health Education) EDUF3031 function effectively in diverse educational settings with competencies Positive Approaches to Special Education that are instrumental in interpreting research results and accurately Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ilektra Spandagou Session: responding to questions relating to physical activity. richer range of sports available in schools including sports not traditionally played in Australia. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 1x 2-hr performance. EDUH3020 Assessment: develop teacher support material. The unit is linked to a five week block necessary for effective construction and implementation of training Professional Experience in secondary schools. (10%) and 1x debate (25%) critical inquiry and practical application. some schools with EDUH3010 a high proportion of students from Asian backgrounds now offer martial Health of Young People 2 arts as a sport. and where they may be expected to broaden the sports curriculum including EDUH1005.6 credit points of Education Three Optional EDUH3019 unit. The learning objectives of student-centred. For example. teaching and learning practices for year. implementing and reflecting upon training methods and strategies and their effects on performance. It 1x building a professional portfolio 1500wds (40%) and 25 days professional experience (pass/fail) also provides the students with an opportunity to develop key PDHPE skills such as taking responsibility for their own learning and This unit of study is the final of three examining pedagogical and recognising the diversity of learning styles and teaching strategies. EDUH4002 EDUH1007. EDUH2016. EDUH1017. attitudes and behaviours as they relate to your own physical activity patterns and personal health status. their teaching and learning. and. training and Semester 1.30 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies managing challenging behaviours of students in a range of settings. offered a limited range of sports such as cricket and rugby league and net/wall and target games with an emphasis on authentic assessment sports of significance to other cultures have often been unavailable in physical education. EDUH3020 Assessment: 1x1500wd essay and media file (30%) and 1x1000wd design and ensure the needs of students from all backgrounds are respected and educational resource (30%) and 1x1000wd construction of youth identities and catered for. Health and Physical Education (PDHPE). 22 . another form of student-centred teaching in physical education while This is a practical unit of study designed specifically for students to focusing on issues that arise from the implentation of student-centred gain a wide variety of experience in teaching physical education in approaches to teaching physical education in schools with an non-traditional sport. This unit addresses issues relating to the education of students with YEAR 4 special education needs. During the unit you will also have the opportunity to play or movie (40%) examine values. EDUH2019. This unit will build on the socio-cultural focus in emphasis on pre-service teachers and beginning teachers. a wider. They include the impact of the philosophy and principles of inclusive education and current legislation. the socio-cultural perspective of health and physical activity. During this time programs for health benefits and to improve performance. the unit deploys Quality This core unit is designed to provide the skills and knowledge Teaching theories and practices. Through an examination of the Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Donna O'Connor Session: Stage 6 core and option modules. This annotated evidence/artefacts that most effectively demonstrate their unit has been designed to develop students who are prepared to achievement of the Graduate Teacher Standards. Traditionally secondary schools have will focus on these issues in lectures and in their tutorials on invasion. EDUH2020. EDUH2017. as defined by the NSW Institute of Teachers. and. units. It specifically focuses on curriculum design for EDUH3029 Stage 6 PDHPE but principles of programming and assessment for Training for Performance Stages 4 and 5 are also reviewed.

This unit of study examines the ways in which sport and education are tied into the The purpose of this unit is to raise students' awareness of the specific reproduction of social. management of and recovery from Indigenous Australians. Semester Issues in Nutrition Education 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk and 1x 1-hr online activities/wk for 7 weeks Prerequisites: 120 credit points including EDUF2006 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Barbara Eden Session: Semester and EDUF2007 Assessment: 1x literature review online (20%) and 1x literature 2 Classes: 3 hrs/wk for 12 wks Prerequisites: 84 credit points of Professional review written (20%) and 1x poster (20%) and 1x presentation (10%) and 1x Studies in HMHE Assessment: 1x either develop lesson plans or presentation research proposal (30%) of a case study and report (30%) and 1x 2hr examination (40%) and 1x site visit report (30%) This unit of study is designed to introduce you to the field of research in education. Dr George Odhiambo Session: Semester 1. and has been. policymakers and/or the Assessment: 2x 500wd sport information sheets (20%) and 1x sport handbook broader community. assessment. This unit has been designed to develop students to for 11 wks and field trip Prerequisites: 84 credit points of professional studies function effectively in diverse educational settings. While sport plays a part in the reproduction sports injury. This unit of study also examines sporting activities. This unit aims to introduce students to the pathology. Topics will draw on students' own community health and global health as well as their roles in health experinces of sport and exercise. This culture and issues examined through the provision of field trips. Education and Culture discussions and presentations in lectures as well as self-directed Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Reading and Designing Research Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Associate Professor Debra Hayes. and nutrition education in the secondary classroom.. Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and Health Education) EDUH4050 Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions: Sports Medicine Semester 2. athletes. unit of study also prepares students to develop lessons and Informed by lectures and unit readings. dietary opportunities are afforded. Content includes to conduct small scale investigations in a range of contexts such as special nutritional requirements of infants. outdoor education. education and health promotion in schools. of disadvantage it is also a highly visible area in which indigenous diagnosis and management of injuries commonly sustained during people have excelled in Australia. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture learning task. The unit further aims to assist as viewed from the perspective of indigenous Australians. Human Movement and Health Education Four It focuses on the practical realities of life as a PDHPE teacher or sport administrator. and might consider the 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 84 credit points of Professional Studies in HMHE. EDUF4044 and the effects of sport and exercise on participants. parents. teachers. either as participants or spectators. In preparing an individual research proposal. policy. There will be extra costs incurred in the field trips for this unit. practical skills related to the administration of PDHPE and SPORT. nutrition education strategies. 1500wd (30%) and 3x 1300wd problem based learning tasks (50%) you will draw upon the research literature to develop your topic and This unit of study provides students with conceptual knowledge and to select a form of inquiry that is suited to it. students incorporate into the way they live as they grow and develop. EDUH4057 and informal learning associated with home and community contexts. perspectives of students. group dynamics. psychology and performance. economic and health disadvantage for issues of prevention. tutoring. used to address intensity of sports participation relates to the incidence of sports injuries indigenous disadvantage in contemporary Australian society. Whilst the unit does address the psychological factors affect health including environment. Students will also examine how the extent and the ways in which sport can be. there are a number of skills that individuals can learn and performance and HSC Option 4: Improving performance. This elective unit explores the application of psychology to the domain While the ultimate responsibility for health rests with individuals. communication. or within another setting in which learning vegetarians. The unit of study in HMHE Assessment: 1x seminar report (25%) and 1x 1500wd field trip report will move from a base of administrative theory to precise issues and (25%) and 1x 3000wd reflective essay (50%) skills required for administering programs and projects in both school 23 . The unit will prepare you to read and interpret research. food faddism. EDUH4054 Dr Lina Markauskaite. EDUH4051 Community Health Issues EDUH4003 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kate Russell Session: Semester Sport Psychology 2 Classes: 3 hrs/wk for 12 wks Prerequisites: 84 credit points of Professional Studies in HMHE including EDUH2010 and EDUH3007 Assessment: 1x critical Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kate Russell Session: Semester analysis (35%) and 1x review essay and gala display (65%) 1 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/wk and 1 x 2hr tutorials/wk for 12 weeks Prerequisites: 84 credit points of Professional Studies in HMHE including It has been suggested that many of the health-related problems EDUH2010 and EDUH3007 Assessment: 1 x needs analysis (20%) and 1x program development (40%) and 1x 2400wd case study (40%) inherent in Australia today are related to humans as social beings. classrooms or schools. diets. coaching. the field trips make an assessment tasks for the stage 6 PDHPE option 'Sports Medicine'. anxiety. You will develop an appreciation of the broad range of This unit of study will provide health educators with a sound knowledge research topics in education and their associated forms of systematic of issues in nutrition and educational strategies for implementation of inquiry. Administration of PDHPE and Sport The kinds of research questions considered might include pedagogy. excursions. invaluable contribution to a learning journey over the semester. The unit of students in understanding their role and the role of various health study provides students with first-hand experiences of indigenous professionals in recognising and managing sport related injuries. These settings might include online supplements. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x curriculum. In this will also gain a general understanding of the relationship between unit students will study issues related to health consumerism. and organizational issues. adolescents. Education and Culture will provide students with a 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 84 credit points of Professional Studies in HMHE Assessment: 1x essay 1200wds (20%) socially critical perspective on indigenous people's participation in and 1x team tasks (40%) and 1x readiness test (15%) and 1x readiness test sport and education as dynamic aspects of society and the ways in (team) (25%) which this positions them in Australian society. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Jenni Bonnitcha Session: Semester Indigenous Sport. Classes are driven by the tasks and roles that students Optional units may encounter whilst working in PDHPE teaching or sports EDUH4053 administration within NSW schools and will be based on interactive Indigenous Sport. and will include consideration of motivation. application of psychological theories to improve sporting performance. life stage and skills. food labelling. women. These and explore a range of technical and scientific approaches for issues are studied within the context of the history of white Australia maintaining the wellbeing of athletes. components of NSW Board of Studies HSC Core 2: Factors affecting However. many of sport and exercise. the types of lifestyles individuals lead and their interactions with others.

social and political influences drive decisions about Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with EDUF4006. Evaluation and assessment are often misunderstood Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for weeks 1-7 concepts. use today. It will provide an understanding of the This unit provides students with a deeper understanding of the relationships between research and practice to further develop historical. Evaluation and assessment are of these units will be: 5 online tasks (5x 3%) and 10 mins presentation (10%) often conflated with large scale testing regimes because they can and research proposal (25%) and 10000 word dissertation (50%) lead to easily quantifiable results.Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and Health Education) and community settings including the faciltation of sport gala days 42 credit points Assessment: 1x analysis of curriculum document (20%) and with students from the local community. curriculum documents. It is increasingly difficult for young people to survive in contemporary risk societies. In addition. The assessment who. mentoring has been widely adopted Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Elizabeth Cussity Session: internationally to support young people acquire the organisation Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit points. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session: Semester 2 Classes: 12 x 2 hr independent sessions with supervisor EDUF3034 Prerequisites: EDUF4005 Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with Australian Theatre. Students enrolled in this unit will incur Research Honours B a levy to cover any additional costs. people. cultural and technological dimensions. knowledge and understandings Semester 1 Classes: 2 hrs lectures/wk for 9 wks and 3 hrs field work/wk for 3 wks and 3 hrs seminar/wk for 3 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points to prepare students to undertake. structures. what and how will be evaluated. Cultural. Indigenous issues in Australian Film and Theatre Mentoring in Educational Contexts will be examined. It mentoring in schools and universities and other organisational acknowledges the importance of a broad-ranging view of development. This unit also aims to prepare eligible students for theatre and film for and by young people. that takes place through young people's engagement in. This unit of study examines and development in the less-developed parts of the world. Assessment: 1x 1hr exam (25%) and 1x 2500wd essay (30%) know-how essential to organisational survive. 1x reflective journal 4000 wds (70%) and participation in an approved mentor programme for at least 1 hour per week for 7 weeks Students enrolled in this unit will incur a levy to cover any additional costs. moving to consideration of a range of theories of development and how education is viewed in them. sets points of units of study listed below instead of EDUF4044 and one of materials and resources used as the basis for developing learning EducationThree Optional unit from Year 4. and the range of learning postgraduate research. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session: this unit of study provides the skills. poverty professional practice of teaching. Students will build on their (50%) and 1x poster presentation 1000wds (15%) understanding of the research process and. Specifically. A broader and more accurate Note: Department permission required for enrolment. EDUF3035 teaching and learning and to develop knowledge. This unit of study is designed to assist students undertaking the Honours program to understand and make links between research. Dr Kelly 10 mins presentation (10%) and research proposal (25%) and 10000 word Freebody Session: Semester 1. The assessment of these units will be: 5 online tasks (5x 3%) and Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Michael Anderson. Students work with a supervisor on their Honours cultural and educational settings. conduct and present research as Assessment: 1x critical reflective diary 2000wds (35%) and 1x essay 3000wds part of the Honours program in semester 2. and moves on to country and/or regional Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Professor Murray Print Session: case studies. experiences for learners as well as the learning experiences themselves. within an and 1x 1250wd workshop paper (25%) and 1x 750wd workshop paper (20%) educational context mentoring as theory and practice has assumed critical importance in introducing pre-service teachers to the This unit of study explores relationships between education. Students use a range of sociological theories and including its economic.000 This unit of study examines the nature of theatre and film in Australian wd dissertation. cultural and sociological construction of youth in Australia students as informed professionals who can critically analyse. A particular focus will be placed on research projects. Subsequently. Film and Learning will provide Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Lesley Scanlon Session: Semester first hand experiences of Australian films and theatre performances 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk. and appreciation of. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and dissertation (50%) 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 9 weeks and 3x field trips Prerequisites: 42 credit points Note: Department permission required for enrolment. understanding of these terms is important for all educators. 1x seminar presentation (30%) and 1x related paper on a curriculum phenomenon (40%) and 1x on-line task (10%) Honours Pathway 'Curriculum' can mean many things: syllabuses. Candidates who are eligible for Honours must complete the 12 credit policies. The constructs in order to develop a critical understanding of mentoring unit begins with an analysis of the impact of globalisation on poorer as professional practice. The major part of the unit EDUF3032 examines key issues facing educational development in poorer Curriculum and Evaluation countries at the present time. 24 . is an important foundation for today's educators. Australian Theatre. as well as the changing experiences of young published research and conduct research. consideration of the Australian foreign aid program in Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: education. for 10 wks Prerequisites: through field trips to significant theatre performances and festivals. In addition curriculum as process includes all of the EDUF4005 thinking. regions. Particularly problematic is their successful navigation EDUF3026 of unfamiliar communities of practice manifest as organisational Global Poverty and Education structures. in particular. Assessment: 1x 1000wd media review (20%) and 1x 2500wd film deconstruction (40%) and 1x 2500wd theatre essay (40%) This unit supports students in the Honours program in conducting their Honours research project and reporting it in the form of a 10. In particular. the role and nature of EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS Australian film and theatre will be placed within an international context so that students can examine the international forces influencing EDUF3028 Australian culture. This unit will focus on the Australian educational experience set within the context EDUF4006 of multicultural social change. and the role of UN agencies in educational development. of research methods used in education. 42 credit points Assessment: 1x seminar presentation 2000 wds (30%) and Australian school performances and the viewing of Australian films. plans for teaching by faculties and individual teachers. theatre and film. talking and interacting between individuals and groups that Research Honours A are necessary to arrive at decisions that are recorded in plans and Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session: documents. This knowledge. understanding and Multicultural Learning and Teaching skills to both use research and to undertake research. Film and Learning EDUF4005.

practices and institutions which form the modern Australian secondary school? This unit looks for the answers in the history of the secondary school. as 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit well as design traditions and contemporary practices. The use of educational research to support students' work. Students enrolled in this unit will incur a levy to cover any additional The unit emphasis is on the underpinning global education trends of costs. EDUF3029 Psychology of Learning and Teaching Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Paul Ginns Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit points and EDUF2006 Assessment: 1x 2-hr take home exam (30%) and 1x 2000wd essay (40%) and 1x group essay (15%) and 1x group presentation (15%) This unit of study examines four themes from current research on learning and teaching which have significant implications for enhancing learning outcomes in educational settings: (1) the self-system. Where did the HSC. Indigenous education issues in Australia. International Education influences. At the completion of the unit students should be able to analyse. and draw conclusions from theory and research in each of the four themes considered. in particular youth transition. Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and Health Education) Students will be assessed on the basis of: workshop participation. The first part of the unit looks at the inheritance 25 . SRCs. USA and New Zealand. the coed and single sex school. The emphasis. the emergence of international curriculum and assessment and a number of education system case studies. and demonstrate competence in oral and written communication skills. These case studies will include the education systems of France. (2) collaborative learning: cognitive and motivational factors. the private and the public school. The unit will appeal to students who are likely to work in the increasingly global world of teaching and may be involved in latter years in working in organizations such as UNESCO. who may be teaching or writing about development issues. less-developed areas of the world. secondary). Germany and the United States.g. Great Britain. the developed world. from Europe and North America before concentrating on Australia. demonstrate the skills involved in collaborative and self-directed learning. the curriculum. and New South Wales in particular. In addition to lectures on each theme. and (4) learning from text. primary. Knowledge of art and design. (50%) and 1x poster presentation 1000wds (15%) EDUF3027 This unit provides students with an understanding of the traditions. how is the self-system organised and what is its relationship to student achievement?) which is examined through several bodies of related recent research. students present the results of their collaborative self-directed research on one of the themes in a series of presentations held in the last three weeks of the unit of study. The unit is Arts-Based Learning and Teaching especially designed for those who have an interest in developing Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session: countries. A number of themes are dealt with in this global context. prefects. school uniforms. Semester 2 Classes: 2 hrs lectures/wk for 9 wks and 3 hrs field work/wk for 3 wks and 3 hrs seminar/wk for 3 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points or who may be interested in careers in international and development Assessment: 1x critical reflective diary 2000wds (35%) and 1x essay 3000wds education. combined with a critical integration of all EDUF3036 information used. synthesise. derive educational implications and applications for an educational level (e. is an integral component of the unit. This unit will focus presentation (20%) and 1x 1hr take home exam (20%) and 1x 2000wd essay (40%) on Indigenous Australian and Pacific Islander art and design education. learning and achievement.g. illustrations and multimedia. whether in Australia or overseas. the OECD or the World Bank. stylistic and contemporary practices contributing to art and Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Nigel Bagnall Session: Semester design in Australia and the Pacific. The workshop and assignment will be on demonstrating a sound understanding of the theories program encourages students to work on the experience and history developed within the unit of study and applying these to the of particular schools in which they may be interested. (3) information processing and the design of instruction. and the church and public schools all come from? Understanding the history of the present enables a powerful advantage in the process of reforming secondary schools and education. Each of these themes is defined by a central question (e. examination & essay. are an important points Assessment: 2x 1000wd workshop papers (20%) and 1x workshop foundation for both practitioners and art educators. EDUF3030 Australian Secondary Schooling Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Helen Proctor Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2hr seminar/wk for 10 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: 3x 700wd reading guides (30%) and 1x 2000wd essay (45%) and 1x 1hr exam (25%) How can we explain the ideas. in all aspects of assessment.

Semester 1 Pedagogy for Physical Education 3 EDUH2019 EDUH3020 6    P 72 credit points from HMHE and EDUF curriculum units. including EDUH1005.12 credit points of Education Two units.12 credit points of Education One units. and . including EDUH1007. Semester 2 Indigenous Perspectives in PDHPE EDUH2019 6    P 36 junior credit points including EDUF1018. EDUH3018) 26 . candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. EDUF1019. EDUH1017 and EDUH1005 Semester 1 Applied Anatomy and Physiology EDUH2018 6    P 36 junior credit points including EDUF1018. Semester 1 Health of Young People 1 EDUH2017 6    P 36 junior credit points including EDUF1018. EDUF1019 and EDUH1005. EDUF1019 and EDUH1005. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDUF3023 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Sport: Contemporary Educational Issues EDUH3017 6    P 72 credit points from HMHE and EDUF curriculum units including EDUH1005. including EDUH1005. chosen from Arts Table A or Science Table 1 or Section 2 of the Economics and Business Table.12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) units of study. Semester 2 Professional Practice in PDHPE 2 EDUH2029 6    P 36 junior credit points including EDUH1005. Education Two Units EDUF2006 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 1 Educational Psychology EDUF2007 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 2 Social Perspectives on Education Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDUH2016 6    P 36 junior credit points including EDUF1018. EDUH1007. PHYS1002. EDUH2017. comprising the Curriculum and Professional Studies units listed below. EDUH2019 Semester 1 Professional Practice in PDHPE 3 EDUF3031 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Positive Approaches to Special Semester 2 Education EDUH3019 6    P (90 credit points from HMHE) and (EDUF curriculum units. EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 Semester 2 Outdoor Education YEAR 3 In the third year. . Semester 1 Pedagogy for Physical Education 2 EDUH2020 6    P 36 junior credit points including EDUF1018. Semester 2 Pedagogy for Physical Education 4 EDUH2017. EDUH2019.Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and Health Education) Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Human Movement and Health Education) Candidates must complete 192 credit points of units of study comprising: YEAR 1 In the first year. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. EDUH1007 and EDUH1005. Education One Units EDUF1018 6    N EDUF1011 Semester 1 Education. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. PHYS1901 YEAR 2 In the second year. comprising: .24 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. Teachers and Teaching EDUF1019 6    N EDUF1012 Semester 2 Human Development and Education Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDUH1005 6    Semester 1 Professional Practice in PDHPE 1 EDUH1007 6    P EDUH1005 Semester 1 Pedagogy for Physical Education 1 EDUH1006 6    P EDUH1005 Semester 2 Identifying Health Determinants EDUH1017 6    A No assumed knowledge of Physics Semester 2 Sports Mechanics N PHYS1001. EDUF1019. EDUH1005 and EDUH1006.36 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. and . EDUH2019 Semester 1 ICT and Behaviour Management in PDHPE EDUH3018 6    P 72 credit points from HMHE and EDUF curriculum units. comprising: . EDUF1019.

Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDUH4002 6    P 84 credit points of Professional Studies in HMHE including EDUH3009 Semester 1 Physical Education Pedagogy 5 EDUH4048 6    P 84 credit points of professional studies in HMHE including EDUH3007 Semester 1 Professional Experiences in PDHPE 3 EDUH4050 6    P 84 credit points of Professional Studies in HMHE Semester 2 Sports Medicine EDUH4051 6    P 84 credit points of Professional Studies in HMHE including EDUH2010 and EDUH3007 Semester 2 Community Health Issues EDUF4044 6    P 120 credit points including EDUF2006 and EDUF2007 Semester 1 Reading and Designing Research Semester 2 Human Movement and Health Education Four Optional units EDUH4053 6    P 84 credit points of professional studies in HMHE Semester 1 Indigenous Sport. Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and Health Education) Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points EDUH3010 6    P 90 credit points from HMHE or EDUF units. EDUH2016. comprising: . Semester 2 Global Poverty and Education EDUF3027 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 International Education EDUF3029 6    P 42 credit points and EDUF2006 Semester 2 Psychology of Learning and Teaching EDUF3030 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 Australian Secondary Schooling EDUF3036 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 Arts-Based Learning and Teaching 27 . EDUH2019. Semester 2 Training for Performance EDUH2020.6 credit points of Education Three Optional unit. including EDUH1005. Semester 2 Administration of PDHPE and Sport Honours Pathway Candidates who are eligible for Honours must complete the 12 credit points of units of study listed below instead of EDUF4044 and one EducationThree Optional unit from Year 4.12 credit points of Human Movement and Health Education Four Optional units. EDUH1017. Film and Learning Semester 2 EDUF3026 6    P 42 credit points. and . EDUF4005 6    Note: Department permission required for enrolment Semester 1 Research Honours A EDUF4006 6    P EDUF4005 Semester 2 Research Honours B Note: Department permission required for enrolment EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS EDUF3028 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Mentoring in Educational Contexts EDUF3032 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Curriculum and Evaluation EDUF3035 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Multicultural Learning and Teaching EDUF3034 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Australian Theatre. EDUH3020 YEAR 4 CONTINUING 4TH YEAR STUDENTS ONLY (XH026) In the fourth year.30 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units. and . Education and Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions: Semester 2 Semester 2 Culture EDUH4003 6    P 84 credit points of Professional Studies in HMHE including EDUH2010 and EDUH3007 Semester 1 Sport Psychology EDUH4054 6    P 84 credit points of Professional Studies in HMHE Semester 2 Issues in Nutrition Education EDUH4057 6    P 84 credit points of Professional Studies in HMHE. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. Semester 2 Health of Young People 2 EDUH2019. EDUH1006. EDUH3020 EDUH3029 6    P 90 credit points from HMHE or EDUF curriculum units. including EDUH1005.

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Introduction to Computers in Education. chosen from Arts Table A. a general introduction to educational psychology. They will have the capacity to describe Human Development and Education learning and teaching activities in terms of their psychological efficacy. markets and globalisation. and This unit. The two themes studied in the Unit are: Schools and Students are therefore encouraged to engage in this study with critical communities. students will be considered in some detail and examined in the light of contemporary familiar with broad movements in contemporary educational reform theory and research. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Minkang Kim Session: Semester especially as it relates to young people. and social context. At the critical thinking skills. II and III. related to cognitive emotional. degree. The unit focuses on the processes and products At the end of this unit of study. 29 please visit the website: sydney. Good Discipline and Effective Learning. This unit plays an important role in supporting demonstrated an understanding of the complex character of teachers' later teaching and curriculum studies in the Bachelor of Education work. presentations (15%) and 1x 1000 wd literature review (15%) and 1x 4000 wd joint research project (35%) and 1x exam 1.12 credit points of Education One units of study. teachers as life-long learners and researchers. students will have made substantial progress towards understanding the utility of research in EDUF1019 psychology for educators. moral. Teachers and Teaching Education Two Units Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Paul Ginns Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk commencing week 2 and EDUF2006 1x 1-hr mentoring seminar commencing week 2 Prohibitions: EDUF1011 Educational Psychology Assessment: 1x 1. or to purchase or search a handbook. drawing in particular on the Dynamic Systems and their association with national and global economic change.- of study in a second teaching area. and how current Humanities and Social Sciences) skills and interests and prior achievements affect learning and development. chosen from 12 credit points of Senior (level 2000 or 3000) units of study in the Arts Table A. The classical theories will be on communities of students and families. which is the second part of Education 1 introduces students Student Welfare. Similarly. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Science) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Science) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Approach and the neurobiology of the brain. teaching as a process This unit of study is the first part of Education II. first teaching area (the Major sequence). political and economic contexts developmental theories are open to question and continuing debate. A core assumption of the unit is that the study of human development is cross-disciplinary. and the impact of assessment on learning and (30%) and 1x ICT task (10%) motivation. comprising:. This unit of study is the second part of Education II. comprising:.12 credit points of Education Two units of study. students during their first semester transition to the university. a and Bachelor of Arts component of this unit of study in terms of assessment but Candidates must complete 240 credit points of units of study administratively separate. and that existing a general introduction to the social.12 credit points of Junior units of study.12 credit points of Intermediate or Senior (level 2000 or 3000) Education One Units units of study in the second teaching area. 12 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study. culture. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units sequence). social. In the first year. EDUF1018 Education. chosen from Arts Tables A or B. and language development. They will have had training in two Department of Education and Training policies.- YEAR 2 12 credit points of Junior units in a first teaching area (the Major In the second year. the learning Social Perspectives on Education of a body of knowledge on 'human development (child and adolescent Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Debra Hayes Session: in particular)'. with a particular emphasis on the development of early childhood through to adolescence. attempts to impart upon students a comprising: beginning knowledge of computers and information technology such that beginning teachers can properly function as educational YEAR 1 professionals.edu. and Educational systems. of education.12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) units of study.5hr exam (40%) and 2x 1000wd essays (2x20%) and 1x seminar presentation (20%) Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Richard Walker Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: (EDUF1018 This unit of study is the first part of Education I and provides a general and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: 1x tutorial presentations (oral & written) (30%) and 1x 2000 wd essay (40%) and 1x 2hr exam (30%) introduction to education and teaching. problem solving. technologically supported conclusion of the unit students should have developed and learning and motivation. . Its aim is to provide and way of life. As To view the latest updates. to the study of human development.- and.au/handbooks . and. Similarly they will have been 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk for 10 wks and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 10 wks and introduced to the theory and practice of assessment and evaluation 1x 1-hr ICT workshop for 10wks Prohibitions: EDUF1012 Assessment: 1x 1hr seminar presentation (30%) and 1x 2000wd essay (30%) and 1x 2hr exam in educational settings. culture and the curriculum. chosen from Arts Tables A or B.5hrs (25%) and 1x oral presentation based on knowledge of factors that promote each child's optimal (10%) development. It is premised on the view that teaching from a Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: developmental perspective inevitably transforms teachers into problem (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: workshop solvers who adapt and modify their teaching and learning approaches. The unit will also consider the impact of history. In addition. and creative minds. students should have the capacity to of human development. chosen from Arts Table A. Its aim is to provide philosophy of science and neurobiology. students are also mentored by more experienced of the unit include constructivist and other approaches to learning. At the end of this unit of study. The unit EDUF2007 addresses one of the major goals of Education I. discuss the impact of a range of educational practices and policies motor.The unit integrates the following themes: knowledge. involving in particular psychology. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. and.The important issues Within this unit.

EDSE3045. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units Economics and/or Work and Organisational Studies and 6 credit points of of study. 1x1hr tutorial/week and 1x2hr seminar/week (40%) and 1x 1500wd report (30%) over 9 weeks Prerequisites: EDSE3076 and (12 intermediate credit points from ECOP or ECOS or WORK) and 6 credit points of Accounting Assessment: This unit of study builds on the knowledge. It provides students with opportunities to develop their needs of students. EDSE3050. EDSE3046. EDSE2001 and two of the 1 x teaching practice (40%) following:EDSE3037.Through studying this unit. programming and pedagogy in teaching Commerce in Stage 4. EDSE3041. methods and strategies (including ICT) to meet the of teachers. and. EDSE2001 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 1 EDSE3073 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kelly Freebody Session: Semester Professional Experience A 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for 11 wks and 1 workshop Credit points: 2 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester Prerequisites: 48 credit points including 12 credit points of Education 2 Classes: 20 days of Professional Experience Prerequisites: 72 credit points Assessment: 2 x assessment tasks including a practicum portfolio (60%) and including 24 credit points of Education. Craft knowledge and professional practice is developed and refined as students use their own knowledge and experiences in Curriculum and Professional Studies Units professional conversations with peers and lecturers to critically analyse their own practice in conjunction with theory and research. It provides opportunities for 30 .12 credit points of Senior (level 2000 or 3000) units of study in This unit of study aims to make students confident. Teaching Commerce/Business Studies 2 EDSE3047. EDSE3038.36 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Accounting Assessment: 1x lesson plans (30%) and 1x resource folder (30%) and 1x eLearning task (40%) Studies units of study including 24 credit points of teaching area units. priorities which impact on all students in NSW schools and firmly emphasises the importance of ongoing consultation and engagement Teaching Area Units with Indigenous communities and key stakeholders. EDSE3051. EDSE3077 EDSE3041. students will continue to construct their own identity as a EDSE3076 teacher and acquire the knowledge and skills to create inclusive Teaching Commerce/Business Studies 1 classrooms. knowledge.Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Science) and Bachelor of Arts a result of working collaboratively on a substantial project students diversity and how these can be addressed through policy and practice. EDSE3048. chosen from Arts Table competent teachers of Commerce/Business Studies. EDSE3040. skills and excursion task (30%) and eLearning task (30%) and resource task (40%) attitudes explored and developed in Craft Knowledge and Professional Practice 1 and other Education subjects. Requirements/Fail (100%) Students examine the evolving roles of teachers in the classroom. teaching and learning practices for strategies to meet the educational needs of Indigenous students. Prerequisites: 42 cpts including EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDSE2001 Assessment: 1x tutorial presentation (30%) and 1 x resource evaluation (30%) EDUF3031 and 1 x 2500 wd essay (40%) Positive Approaches to Special Education This unit of study is a compulsory unit within the combined degrees Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ilektra Spandagou Session: program. EDBT5610. EDSE3047. teachers. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Kate Keeley Session: Semester 1b Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week and 1x 1hr tutorial/week and 1x 2hr seminar/week YEAR 3 Prerequisites: 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 intermediate/senior credit points of Political Economy and/or In the third year. a wide range of strategies and pedagogy that they have acquired during their university-based courses. EDSE3050. evidence with a knowledge of culturally appropriate teaching and learning based approaches to curriculum. EDSE3044. A specific focus is given to unit also provides an overview of Aboriginal educational policies and managing challenging behaviours of students in a range of settings. EDSE3051. EDSE3048. equity and Syllabus with an emphasis on Stage 5. schools and procedures: Aboriginal Education. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester Assessment: 1x 1000wd presentation (30%) and 1x 1500wd lesson analysis 2 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week. EDSE3045. competencies and skills in lesson planning. EDSE3043. EDSE3040. political and economic challenges faced by Indigenous peoples presentation equiv 650 wds (15%) and 3 position statements equiv 1350 wds and communities. literacy and civics and citizenship Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Dorothy Bottrell Session: Semester education throughout. EDSE3046. teaching. EDSE3044. comprising:. EDSE3049. enthusiastic and the first teaching area (the Major sequence). Training is provided in the Through reflection students are able to examine and interpret their following Department of Education and Training policies and beliefs about students. will develop a range of research skills. Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 2 There will be an emphasis on ICT. They include the impact of the philosophy exploration of the diversity of Indigenous cultures will equip students and principles of inclusive education and current legislation. enact and reflect upon the links between the theory and 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 1x 2hr tutoral/wk for 12 wks practice of their chosen profession. Examining Australia's history from Indigenous (3x15%) Australian perspectives will provide foundation to address issues This unit addresses issues relating to the education of students with impacting on the educational outcomes of Indigenous students. EDSE3042. It is a pivotal classrooms and examine their own emerging perceptions of self as opportunity for beginning teachers to experiment with. understandings. This unit of study addresses This unit of study will build on the teaching of Years 7-10 Commerce issues and challenges facing schools in relation to access. programs. Students learn about the roles of teachers in teaching skills and professional understandings. EDSE3072 teaching resources and a range of Commerce teaching materials. 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 5 wks Prerequisites: 72 credit points including 24 credit points of Education. EDSE3038. It prepares students to become effective teachers of Semester 1. implement. This unit of study EDSE2002 provides students with the opportunity to undertake a range of Indigenous Education: Secondary Schools professional experiences in secondary schools. EDSE3042. An understanding of the Curriculum and Professional Studies Units NSW Board of Studies Years 7-10 (Stage 4/5) Commerce Syllabus will be emphasised and students will develop lesson plans. EDBT5610 Assessment: Satisfies professional practices and develop and refine craft knowledge. This unit of study explores how teachers become more aware of their EDSE3049. learning. Anti-Racism and Gender Equity. It will develop A. EDSE2001 and two of the following: EDSE3037. identify best teaching practices and analyse and critique a range of Professional Experience is a core part of the professional preparation teaching styles. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 1x 2-hr workshop for 6 wks and 20 hrs fieldwork placement Prerequisites: 42 credit Indigenous students and develops an understanding of the current points Assessment: 1x fieldwork report equiv 4000 wds (40%) and 1x tutorial social. enabling them to Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Cathie Burgess Session: Semester explore. An special education needs. EDSE3043. The students with special education needs. and to teacher.

Students will 1x literacy task (30%) examine the history of drama education. programming and pedagogy in teaching and ICT.10 Drama curriculum design of Geography education in Stage 5. The unit will also focus on the National eLearning task (40%) Consumer and Financial Literacy Framework. with a focus on Stages 4 & 5. Semester 2 Classes: 2x 2-hr workshops/wk Prerequisites: EDSE3042 plus Students will also learn to design and implement an excursion for 12 senior credit points of Performance Studies Assessment: 1x 2500 wd essay Years 7-10. programs. The unit Syllabus. This unit will develop English. Students will also learn This unit of study aims to make students confident. and further develop their own personal style of teaching. with a focus on Stage 6. The unit enhances designing and aspects of the drama syllabuses. An understanding of the NSW Board of Studies EDSE3042 years 7-10 Geography Syllabus will be emphasised and students will Teaching Drama 1 develop lesson plans. literacy and civics and citizenship Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jacqueline Manuel Session: education throughout the unit. This unit This unit of study aims to make students confident. Further emphasis throughout will be placed on civics and citizenship education and ICT EDSE3044 Teaching English 1 EDSE3050 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jacqueline Manuel Session: Teaching Commerce/Economics 1 Semester 1b Classes: 1x 3-hr seminar/wk for 8 wks and 1x1-hr lecture/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: 54 Credit Points including 24 credit points of Education Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester and EDSE2001 and 12 Senior credit pts of English or Australian Literature 1b Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk Assessment: 1x 1000wd research tasks (30%) and 1x 4000wd Professional Prerequisites: 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and Deveopment Portfolio (70%) EDSE2001 and 12 Intermediate credit points of Economics or Political Economy Assessment: 1x lesson plan task (30%) and 1x teaching and learning folder (30%) and 1x eLearning task (40%) This unit of study is the first in a suite of curriculum methodology units designed to equip you to teach secondary English 7 . teaching resources and a range of Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Michael Anderson/Dr Kelly Freebody Geography teaching materials. Further emphasis throughout will be placed on literacy. EDSE2001 and 12 Intermediate credit points of Geography Assessment: 1x evaluating and developing teaching resources and assessing students' lesson plan task (30%) and 1x teaching and learning folder (30%) and 1x achievement in Commerce.12. pts including 24 credit pts of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 Senior credit pts of Performance Studies Assessment: 1x 2000 wd essay (40%) and 1x EDSE3059 teaching program (60%) Teaching Geography 2 This unit of study is the initial Drama Curriculum (method) course unit Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for prospective secondary Drama teachers who are in the third year Prerequisites: EDSE3041 plus 12 intermediate credit points of geography of the combined BEd/BA degree program. programs. This unit of study provides their own personal style of teaching. EDSE3062 teaching resources and a range of Commerce teaching materials. NSW Board of Studies Years 7-10 Commerce syllabus will be emphasised and students will develop lesson plans. The emphasis in this course is opportunities for students to achieve outcomes in understanding the upon the teaching of Drama related to the NSW Year 7 .This unit will develop competencies emphasis throughout will be placed on civics and citizenship education and skills in lesson planning. Students will also learn to design and anticipates. There will be an emphasis on ICT Session: Semester 1b Classes: 2x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: 48 credit literacy and civics and citizenship education throughout the unit. This unit also explores issues related delivering a range of teaching strategies. The unit will also focus on the National Consumer and of the cognitive/affective development which the study of Drama Financial Literacy Frameworks. develop your understanding of the theories underpinning the competencies and skills in lesson planning. Students will begin to develop syllabus with an emphasis on Stage 5. Semester 2 Classes: 1x3-hr seminar/wk for 9 wks and 1x1-hr lecture/wk for 9 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3044 and 12 senior credit points of English Assessment: 1x 4000wd unit of work (70%) and 1x 1000 Resource Portfolio EDSE3067 (30%) Teaching Commerce/Economics 2 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester This unit will examine the current syllabus documents and explore the 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk ways in which contemporary theoretical perspectives underpin and Prerequisites: EDSE3050 and 12 intermediate credit points of economics or inform these. Higher School Certificate Drama. enthusiastic and to design and implement an excursion for Years 7-10. An understanding of the the debates and issues relevant to teaching Secondary English. EDSE3060 evaluating and developing teaching resources and assessing students' Teaching Drama 2 achievement in Geography. This unit of study provides Teaching Geography 1 opportunities for students to achieve outcomes in understanding the Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester curriculum design of Commerce education in Stage 5. The unit will continue to examine the practical uses of political economy Assessment: 1x excursion task (30%) and 1x eLearning task (40%) and 1x consumer and financial literacy resource task (30%) information technology in teaching and learning in English. This unit of study will build on the study of years 7-10. A particular focus will be placed on the Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Michael Anderson Session: use of Geography tools and skills in teaching Years 7-10 Geography. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Science) and Bachelor of Arts students to achieve outcomes in understanding the curriculum desing the issues relating to individual project work and the collaborative of Commerce Education in Stage 5. This unit continues the preparation for teaching Drama 7-12. The unit 1b Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education including enhances designing and delivering a range of teaching strategies. (40%) and 1x top area program (60%) civics and citizenship education and ICT. examine teaching strategies This unit of study will build on the study of years 7-10 Geography for playbuilding and key forms of drama. evaluating and developing to assessment and programming of drama as well as exploring quality teaching resources and assessing students' achievement in teaching in drama education. enhances designing and delivering a range of teaching strategies. enthusiastic and will introduce you to the principles of teaching and learning in subject competent teachers of Commerce/Economics. Students will deepen their understanding Commerce. Geography in Stage 4. The unit introduces the Assessment: 1x group/excursion task (30%) and 1x eLearning task (40%) and teaching Drama 7-12. Students examine 31 . Further competent teachers of Geography. Commerce EDSE3041 syllabus with an emphasis on Stage 5. implement on excursion for Years 7-10. Teaching English 2 There will be an emphasis on ICT. programming and secondary English syllabus documents and raise your awareness of pedagogy in teaching Commerce in Stage 4.

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EDSE3040 innovative classroom practices and particular aspects of policy and
Teaching History 1 Board of Studies documentation.
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Tim Allender Session: Semester
1b Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/week, 1 x 1hr workshop/week, 1 x 2hr seminar/week EDSE3071
Prerequisites: 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education including Teaching Languages 2B
EDSE2001and 12 Senior credit points of History Assessment: 1x influence,
beliefs and conceptions task (50%) and 1x a sequence of four lessons (50%) Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Lesley Harbon Session:
Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk Prerequisites: EDSE3047 and
This unit aims to prepare History Curriculum students in the theory EDSE3048 and 12 senior credit points of languages Corequisites: EDSE3065
Assessment: 1x 2500wd report (40%) and 1x 2500 wd assessment task (40%)
and practice of teaching history in the secondary school. The unit and 1x 1000wd portfolio (20%)
draws on current research, thinking and practice in the field of history
education, and relates these understandings to the realities and This unit is designed for pre-service language teachers continuing
varying contexts of history teachers' work and instruction. with their curriculum method study in an additional target language.
The unit will continue to build pre-service language teachers'
EDSE3058 awareness, skills and understandings in languages assessment,
Teaching History 2 differentiation of the curriculum and use of ICT tools.
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Tim Allender Session: Semester
2 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week, 1x1-hr workshop/week, 1x2-hr seminar/week EDSE3045
Prerequisites: EDSE3040 and 12 senior credit points of History Assessment: Teaching Mathematics 1A
1x peer teaching (30%) and 1x collaborative assignment developing teaching
and learning strategies around a particular approach to history teaching and Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session:
learning (70%) Semester 1b Classes: 2x 2-hrs/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: 54 credit points
including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 credit points of
This Unit of Study aims to prepare History students to acquire the Intermediate Mathematics Assessment: 1x 2000wd group report (40%) and
1x 4000wd presentation and individual written reflection (60%)
knowledge, skills and understandings necessary to implement the
Years 7 - 10 History Syllabus, Board of Studies, NSW.The unit focuses The aim of this unit of study is to introduce issues associated with the
specifically on developing a range of approaches to history teaching teaching and learning of mathematics from Kindergarten to Year 12
and learning across age and ability groups. to student teachers undertaking both double and single mathematics
method. The continuum of learning for K to 10 will be explored as it
EDSE3047 outlines the developmental nature of learning mathematics, building
Teaching Languages 1A concepts across the transitional stages of schooling, and considering
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Lesley Harbon, Dr Ruth strategies to address the learning needs of the full range of students
Fielding Session: Semester 1b Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 3x 1-hr in the mathematics classroom. The importance of building upon
tutorial/wk commencing wk 7 and 2x 4-hr practical weeks 13 and 14
Prerequisites: 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and learning in the primary school years will be a key focus in this first
EDSE2001 plus 12 credit points of Senior Languages Assessment: 1x 2500wd mathematics methods unit of study. Particular issues in the teaching
essay (40%) and 1x 1500wd lesson plans (25%) and 1x 2000 wd portfolio (35%) and learning of mathematics will be addressed through the
investigation of scenarios related to school contexts. To reflect the
This unit of study is the initial Languages Curriculum (method) unit
collaborative nature of working in a team of teachers in schools,
for prospective secondary languages teachers. The unit is designed
student teachers will form small learning teams to explore scenarios,
to introduce pre-service languages teachers to key concepts and
related to high school settings. In these teams, student teachers will
understandings of languages education and build their awareness
be required to collaboratively investigate the issues raised in the
and skills in preparation for NSW secondary classrooms. Students
scenarios and plan sequential learning experiences appropriate for
will gain broad understandings about the nature and scope of
high school students.
languages education in the NSW context, about traditional and more
contemporary and innovative classroom practices and particular
EDSE3063
aspects of policy and Board of Studies documentation.
Teaching Mathematics 2A
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session:
EDSE3065 Semester 2 Classes: 2x 2-hrs/wk for 9 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3045 plus
Teaching Languages 2A 12 credit points of intermediate mathematics or statistics Assessment: 1x
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Lesley Harbon, Dr Ruth 2500wd assignment (40%) and 1x 3500 wd assignment (60%)
Fielding Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 3x 1-hr
tutorial/wk and 2x 4-hr practical weeks 13 and 14 Prerequisites: EDSE3047 This is the second unit of study for both single and double mathematics
and 12 senior credit points of languages Assessment: 1x 250wd e-resource method student teachers. The focus of this unit of study is a detailed
appraisal (40%) and 1x 2500wd assessment task (40%) and 1x 1000wd portfolio examination of the school mathematics curriculum to develop student
(20%)
teachers' knowledge and understanding of the mathematics curriculum
This unit is designed to build on curriculum unit Teaching Languages requirements and appropriate pedagogy. The rationale, aim, content,
1A. With their deepening knowledge of the theory and the practices course requirements and key terms from the curriculum will be
of the languages classroom, pre-service languages teachers will examined and used to plan, program and develop lesson plans for
investigate issues in languages curriculum teaching and assessment. key mathematics concepts. Building on their understandings from
Mathematics Curriculum 1, student teachers will examine the content
EDSE3048 strands of the mathematics curriculum to develop appropriate models
Teaching Languages 1B of pedagogy for teaching and assessment. Common student
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Lesley Harbon Session: misconceptions will form the basis of planning and programming so
Semester 1b Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk Prerequisites: 54 credit points that student teachers are prepared to meet the needs of the full range
including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 plus 12 credit points of of students. Additional strategies for differentiating the curriculum and
Intermediate Languages in an additional language Corequisites: EDSE3047
Assessment: 1x 2500 wd written task (40%) and 1x 1500 wd lesson plans embedding technology into lessons will be explored. A range of
(25%) and 1x 2000 wd portfolio (35%) technologies will be examined in this unit including interactive
whiteboards, computer software packages and graphics calculators.
This unit of study is the initial Languages Curriculum (method) unit Strategies for assessing mathematics knowledge, skills and
for prospective secondary languages teachers who have two understanding will be considered with student teachers developing
languages as teaching methods. Students will gain broad skills in designing assessment tasks. Assessment for learning and
understandings about the nature and scope of languages education assessment of learning will be discussed with rich tasks developed
in the NSW context, about traditional and more contemporary and for both purposes.

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EDSE3043 assessing for learning in the Visual Arts 7-12 and the other syllabi
Teaching TESOL 1 studied. Subsequently a range of strategies for teaching and assessing
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ken Cruickshank Session: visual arts practices will be explored. In addition this Unit will introduce
Semester 1b Classes: 2x 2-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 54 credit points candidates to various pedagogy strategies for teaching Visual Arts
including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 plus 12 Senior credit 7-12, to meet the needs of all students, specifically Aboriginal and
points of either Linguistics, English, or Languages Assessment: 1x case study
(30%) and 1x set of lesson plans (40%) and 1x review of resources (30%) Torres Strait Islander students and students with special education
needs.Through thorough and critical research of contemporary models
This unit relates to the overall goal of the TESOL program, which is of pedagogy in the Visual Arts and exploring the professional standards
to provide students with both a foundation and a framework for the framework and its impact on the work of a teacher, candidates will
successful teaching of English to speakers of other languages. The begin to develop a teaching philosophy.
unit will encourage them to make decisions about appropriate
classroom strategies across the curriculum, give insight into the current EDSE3038
debates within the field and suggest a direction for future thinking. Teaching Visual Arts 1B
The unit outlines the background to the teaching of English to speakers Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session:
of other languages, with a focus on oral skills and design of interactive Semester 1b Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/wk for 8 wks and 1x 2-hr
tasks. tutorial-seminar-workshop/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: 54 credit points including
24 credit points of Education including EDSE2001 and 12 senior credit points
of Art History and Theory Corequisites: EDSE3037 Assessment: 1x
EDSE3061 collaborative lesson presentation 2000 wds (40%) and 1x stage 4 interactive
Teaching TESOL 2 study guide 2000 wds (40%) and 1x visual art relfective journal 1000 wds (20%)
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ken Cruickshank Session: Note: Candidates may need to complete two or more units of study in the Faculty
Semester 2 Classes: 2x 2-hr seminar/wk for 9 weeks Prerequisites: EDSE3043 of Architecture Tin Sheds program
and 12 Senior credit points of either Linguistics, English or Languages
Assessment: 1x take home exam (30%) and 1x seminar presentation (30%) This unit builds on the content of the core unit EDSE 3037 and further
and 1x unit of work (40%) investigates the knowledge base underpinning the principles and
practices of learning and teaching in the Visual Arts in Stages 4 and
Literacy is a key area in the learning of English as a second language.
5. In particular this Unit facilitates the development,implementation
For students without a high level of literacy in the first language this
and critical assessment of models of pedagogy for teaching Visual
can be a daunting process. There is strong evidence to suggest
Arts in Stage 4. Additionally the role and value of various student
common underlying proficiences in literacy between languages. Thus,
learning resources are investigated and specific criteria are developed
the focus this semester will be on the development of literacy and
to assess the suitability and appropriateness of these student learning
teachers' knowledge of English grammar in order to help them assess
objects. Furthermore candidates will examine the central concepts,
students' spoken and written language and to plan appropriate
modes of enquiry and the structures of painting, drawing or wet
teaching programs.
photography; subsequently they are to critically investigate current
EDSE3037 models of pedagogies related to these specific disciplines.
Teaching Visual Arts 1A
EDSE3057
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session:
Semester 1b Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/wk for 8 wks and 1x2-hr
Teaching Visual Arts 2B
tutorial-workshop/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: 54 credit points including 24 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session:
credit points of Education including EDSE2001and 12 senior credit pts of Art Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/wk for 8 wks and 1x 2-hr
History and Theory Assessment: 1x visual art reflective journal 2500 wds tutorial-seminar-workshop/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3037 and
(40%) and 1x collaborative group work case study 2000 wds (35%) and 1x EDSE3038 Corequisites: EDSE3056 Assessment: 1x visual art reflective
lesson plan development 1500 wds (25%) journal 2000 wds (33%) and 1x stage 6 case study 2000 wds (33%) and 1x
Note: Candidates may need to complete two or more units of study in the Faculty essay 2000 wds (34%)
of Architecture Tin Sheds program Note: Candidates may need to complete an additional unit of study in the Faculty
of Architecture Tin Sheds program
This unit introduces candidates to the knowledge base underpinning
the principles and practices of learning and teaching in the Visual Arts. This unit builds on the learning in EDSE3056 and further explores the
In addition candidates will explore the aims, objectives, outcomes, knowledge base underpinning the principles and practices of learning
content, key terms and course requirements of the all Stage 4 and 5 and teaching in the Visual Arts in the Stage 6 course through
arts syllabi. Students will examine models of pedagogy for teaching investigating the aims, objectives, outcomes, content, key terms and
Visual Arts and are introduced to ways of differentiating the Visual Art course requirements of the arts syllabi. Candidates will be introduced
curriculum to meet the diverse needs of learners. In particular to the central concepts, modes of enquiry and the structures of
candidates will investigate behaviour management strategies in Visual ceramics, object design or print media and explore various pedagogies
Art classrooms that address students who display challenging for assessing learning in these media in the Visual Arts 7-12.
classroom behaviour. This Unit will also introduce candidates to a Subsequently candidates will further critically examine current
range of literacy and numeracy strategies to meet the need of all knowledge and understandings of art education issues specifically
students, specifically non-English speaking background students related to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and those
(NESB). with special education needs. In addition candidates are introduced
to the significance of case studies as a means of developing greater
EDSE3056 insight into the visual arts and consider a range of strategies in
Teaching Visual Arts 2A implementing case studies in a Stage 6 HSC program of learning..
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session:
Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk for 8 wks and 1x 2-hr EDBT5610
tutorial-seminar-workshop/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3037 Classical Hebrew & Judaism Curriculum 1
Assessment: 1x literature review and poster presentation 2500 wds (40%) and Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Neta Steigrad Session: Semester
1x extended unit of work stage 6 (preliminary) 3500 wds (60%) 1b Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 54
Note: Candidates may need to complete an additional unit of study in the Faculty credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 plus 12
of Architecture Tin Sheds program credit points of Junior and 12 credit points of Senior Classical Hebrew
Assessment: 1 x 2500 wd essay (40%) 1 x lesson plans (25%) 1 x resource
This course closely examines the knowledge base underpinning the portfolio (35%)
principles and practices of learning and teaching in the Visual Arts in
the Stage 6 course by investigating the aims, objectives, outcomes, This unit of study is the first in a series designed for students who
content, key terms and course requirements of all visual arts syllabi. intend to teach Judaic Studies/Classical Hebrew texts within relevant
In particular this Unit focuses on introducing pedagogy strategies for syllabuses in Stages 4 and 5 and the NSW Board of Studies Classical

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Hebrew Stage 6 Continuers and Extension Syllabus.The unit develops EDSE4044
foundational skills for language pedagogy for the classroom teaching Information Technology in Schools
of Classical Hebrew texts in the local Judaic Studies educational Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Chun Hu Session: Semester 2
context. Classes: 1x 2hr workshop/wk for 10 wks Prerequisites: 108 credit points
including 30 credit points of Education. EDSE2001, EDSE3072 and two of
EDSE4021, EDSE4022, EDSE4023, EDSE4024, EDSE4025, EDSE4026,
EDBT5660 EDSE4027, EDSE4028, EDSE4029, EDSE4030, EDSE4031, EDSE4032,
Classical Hebrew & Judaism Curriculum 2 EDSE4033, EDSE4034, EDSE4035, EDSE4041 and EDBT6610 Corequisites:
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Neta Steigrad Session: Semester 2 EDSE4042, EDSE4043 Prohibitions: EDSE4038 Assessment: 1x ICT project
Classes: 1x 3-hr seminar/wk for 9 weeks Prerequisites: EDBT5610 one (20%) and 1x project two (80%)
Assessment: 1 x 1500 wd essay (25%), 1x lesson presentation (25%) 1x
integrated unit of work for Stage 4-5 learners (50%) The unit of study builds on student's knowledge and skills gained from
their previous information and communication technologies (ICT)
This unit of study is the second in a series designed for students who related units of study, and curriculum subject areas. The unit of study
intend to teach Judaic Studies/Classical Hebrew texts within relevant focuses on multimedia learning theory and learning from and with
syllabuses in Stages 4 and 5 and the NSW Board of Studies Classical multimedia/hypermedia. Students will be provided with an overview
Hebrew Stage 6 Continuers and extension syllabus. The unit focuses of the principles of designing multimedia/hypermedia resources to
on applications in the classroom of understanding of adolescent enhance the teaching/learning process. By immersing ICT tools as
development, classroom management, lesson planning and part of assignments and activities, the unit of study will provide
specialised pedagogy of the discipline, including literacy skills and students with hands-on experiences of designing/developing learning
integrating texts within the Classical Hebrew outcomes of the Stage resources relevant to their curriculum subjects.
4-5 Modern Hebrew Syllabus
EDUF4044
YEAR 4 Reading and Designing Research
In the fourth year, candidates must complete 48 credit points of units Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Associate Professor Debra Hayes,
of study, comprising:- 30 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Dr Lina Markauskaite, Dr George Odhiambo Session: Semester 1, Semester
2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk and 1x 1-hr online
Studies units of study including 12 credit points of teaching area units; activities/wk for 7 weeks Prerequisites: 120 credit points including EDUF2006
and- 12 credit points of Senior (level 2000 or 3000) units of study in and EDUF2007 Assessment: 1x literature review online (20%) and 1x literature
the first teaching area (the Major sequence), chosen from Arts Table review written (20%) and 1x poster (20%) and 1x presentation (10%) and 1x
A; - 6 credit points of Education Three Optional units of study. research proposal (30%)

This unit of study is designed to introduce you to the field of research
Curriculum and Professional Studies Units in education. You will develop an appreciation of the broad range of
research topics in education and their associated forms of systematic
EDSE4042
inquiry. The unit will prepare you to read and interpret research, and
Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 3
to conduct small scale investigations in a range of contexts such as
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kelly Freebody Session: Semester
1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk
classrooms or schools, or within another setting in which learning
for 7 weeks Prerequisites: 108 credit points including 30 credit points of opportunities are afforded. These settings might include online
Education, EDSE3073, EDSE2001, EDSE3072 and two of the following communication, outdoor education, excursions, coaching, tutoring,
EDSE3056, EDSE3057, EDSE3058, EDSE3059, EDSE3060, EDSE3061, and informal learning associated with home and community contexts.
EDSE3062, EDSE3063, EDSE3064, EDSE3065, EDSE3071, EDSE3067,
EDSE3068, EDBT5660 Assessment: 2 x assessment tasks including a tutorial
The kinds of research questions considered might include pedagogy,
presentation (50%) and 1x report (50%) curriculum, policy, and organizational issues, and might consider the
perspectives of students, teachers, parents, policymakers and/or the
This unit of study focuses on practice, theory and research for broader community.. In preparing an individual research proposal,
beginning teachers in classrooms, schools and the wider educational you will draw upon the research literature to develop your topic and
community in relationship with the standards of teaching and the to select a form of inquiry that is suited to it.
importance of evidence-based teaching for individual and collective
change and improvement. This unit of study is integrated with Teaching Area Units
professional experience and explores issues, dilemmas and challenges
for beginning teachers. EDSE4045
Teaching Commerce/Business Studies 3
EDSE4043 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester
Professional Experience B 1b Classes: 1x 1hr tutorial/wk and 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2hr seminar/wk
Prerequisites: EDSE3076 and EDSE3077 Assessment: 1x assessment task
Credit points: 2 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester (30%) and 1x program development (30%) and 1x eLearning task (40%)
1 Classes: 25 days Professional Experience Prerequisites: 108 credit points
including 30 credit points of Education , EDSE2001, EDSE3072, EDSE3073 This unit will prepare students to be effective teachers of Stage 6
and two of the following: EDSE3056, EDSE3057, EDSE3058, EDSE3059,
EDSE3060, EDSE3061, EDSE3062, EDSE3063, EDSE3064, EDSE3065, Business Studies. The unit will develop competencies and skills in
EDSE3071, EDSE3067, EDSE3068, EDBT5660 Corequisites: EDSE4042 lesson planning, programming and pedagogy in teaching Business
Assessment: Satisfies Requirements/Fails (100%) Studies in Stage 6. An understanding of the NSW Board of Studies
Years 11-12 Business Studies Syllabus will be emphasised and
This unit of study provides students with the opportunity to undertake
students will develop lesson plans, programs, teaching resources and
a range of professional experiences in secondary schools, enabling
a range of Business Studies teaching materials. Further emphasis
them to explore, enact and reflect upon the links between the theory
will be placed on ways that Board of Studies HSC assessment
and practice of their chosen profession. This unit of study is the second
requirements can be met including developing assessment tasks and
school experience in the program, and the final fully supervised
programs. Use of ICT for both teaching and preparation will be a focus
practicum before the Internship. In this unit of study, students have a
on this unit.
more extended period of time in a school and begin to assume a
greater awareness of the diversity of students in their classes. They
EDSE4033
will be expected to be more aware of the community beyond the
Teaching Commerce/Economics 3
school.
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester
1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk
Prerequisites: EDSE3050 and EDSE3067 Corequisites: EDSE4042,
EDSE4043 Assessment: 1x case study (30%) and 1x teaching and learning
folder (30%) and 1x eLearning task (40%)

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This unit of study will focus on teaching the Economics Syllabus for also explores the realities of teaching students at this level, and the
Years 11-12. In this unit students will study particular issues facing various ways in which higher-order skills may be developed in
students studying for the HSC in NSW schools. Students will build on response to the demands of the Extension History Syllabus.
their previous studies in Years 7-10 Commerce and further develop
teaching strategies, resources and assessment techniques for teaching EDSE4030
Stage 6 Economics. Added emphasis will be placed on assessment Teaching Languages 3A
strategies and programs for the preliminary/HSC course in Economics Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Lesley Harbon, Dr Ruth
focusing on NSW Board of Studies requirements. Students will also Fielding Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr
tutorial/wk and 1x 4-hr practical in week 13 Prerequisites: EDSE3047 and
look at the ways the study of Economics for the HSC can lead to EDSE3065 Corequisites: EDSE4042 and EDSE4043 Assessment: 1x
various post school destinations. Professional association membership 2000wd oral presentation (35%) and 1x 3000wd unit of work (45%) and 1x
and HSC marking will be promoted throughout this unit. 1000wd portfolio (20%)

EDSE4025 This unit is designed to build on earlier languages curriculum units to
Teaching Drama 3 prepare pre-service teachers for their future teaching. Students
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Michael Anderson, Dr Kelly
continue to investigate cases of languages and cultures education,
Freebody Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x 2-hr workshops/wk Prerequisites: honing skills, understandings and competencies for future employment
EDSE3042 and EDSE3060 plus 12 credit pts of Performance Studies and preparing for lifelong professional development.
Corequisites: EDSE4042, EDSE4043 Assessment: 1x reflective portfolio
(50%) and 1x curriculum portfolio (50%) EDSE4031
This unit continues preparing students for the teaching of secondary Teaching Languages 3B
Drama. The course will extend the students' experience in teaching Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Lesley Harbon Session:
Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk Prerequisites: EDSE3047, EDSE3048,
devised performance. Students work with critical friends and mentors, EDSE3065 and EDSE3071 Corequisites: EDSE4030, EDSE4042 and
collaborating with schools and other educational institutions, critically EDSE4043 Assessment: 1x 2000wd parent newsletter (35%) and 1x 3000wd
reflecting on their own and other people's work. Students undergo a unit of work (45%) and 1x 1000wd portfolio (20%)
group performance project where they learn of the rigorous nature of
This unit is designed for pre-service language teachers continuing
teaching collaborative drama experientially.
with their curriculum method study in an additional target language.
EDSE4027 The unit will continue to build pre-service language teachers'
Teaching English 3 awareness, skills and understandings in languages education, and
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Jacqueline Manuel Session:
introduce them to various aspects of research within the languages
Semester 1 Classes: 1x 3-hr seminar/wk for 6 wks and 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for education arena.
6 wks and 1x 8-hr module research study Prerequisites: EDSE3044 and
EDSE3062 Corequisites: EDSE4042, EDSE4043 and EDSE4044 EDSE4028
Assessment: 1x 1500wd research task (30%) and 1x 3500wd program and Teaching Mathematics 3A
resources (70%)
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session:
This unit is designed to develop your understanding, knowledge and Semester 1 Classes: 2x 2-hr seminar/wk for 9 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3045
and EDSE3063 Corequisites: EDSE4042, EDSE4043 Assessment: 1x
pedagogical skills in teaching a wide range of texts in English 7 - 12. 3000wd resource portfolio (50%) and 1x 3000wd assignment (50%)
There is an emphasis on theory in practice, wide reading and film,
media and multi-media in English 7 - 12. The sessions will be This is the third unit of study for both single and double mathematics
approached as workshops during which you will be expected to method student teachers. The focus of this unit of study is a detailed
contribute to whole class and small group collaborative tasks. examination of the syllabus documents for the senior secondary
students enrolled in mathematics courses for the Higher School
EDSE4024 Certificate in NSW (HSC). For each of the syllabus documents, the
Teaching Geography 3 aims, objectives, content, course requirements and key terms will be
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester examined and used to plan, program and develop appropriate teaching
1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk strategies as well as learning and assessment tasks for key
Prerequisites: EDSE3041 & EDSE3059 Corequisites: EDSE4042, EDSE4043
Assessment: 1 x assessment task (30%) and 1x program of work (30%) and
mathematics concepts. For all of the mathematics courses offered in
1x eLearning task (40%) the senior school, student teachers will evaluate and design learning
and assessment tasks using a range of resources as well as plan and
This unit of study will focus on teaching the Geography Syllabus for program lesson sequences to differentiate learning and support the
Years 11-12. In this unit students will study particular issues facing development of deeper understandings of challenging mathematics
students studying for the HSC in NSW schools. Students will build on concepts including calculus. Retention of students beyond the
their previous studies in years 7-10 Geography and further develop compulsory years of schooling (Year 10) will be examined to identify
teaching strategies, resources and assessment techniques for teaching issues associated with students' motivation and engagement to
Stage 6 Geography. Added emphasis will be placed on assessment continue the study of mathematics. Career choice limitations will be
strategies and programs for the Preliminary/HSC course in Geography discussed to explore ways the continued learning of mathematics and
focusing on NSW Board of Studies requirements. Additional emphasis mathematics and science careers can be promoted in schools.
will be placed on strategies, skills and resources for both fieldwork
and the senior Geography Project. Students will also look at the ways EDSE4026
the study of geography for the HSC can lead to various post school Teaching TESOL 3
destinations, Professional association membership and HSC marking Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ken Cruickshank Session:
will be promoted throughout this unit. Semester 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr sem/workshops/wk Prerequisites: EDSE3043
and EDSE3061 Corequisites: EDSE4042 and EDSE4043 and EDSE4044
EDSE4023 Assessment: 1x minor research project (40%) and 1x pronunciation program
(30%) and 1x seminar presentation (30%)
Teaching History 3
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Tim Allender Session: Semester The role of the TESOL teacher has become increasingly complex.
1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/week, 1x 2-hr seminar/week Prerequisites: Graduates may be working with adults or with teenagers in Australia
EDSE3040 and EDSE3058 Corequisites: EDSE4042 and EDSE4043
Assessment: 1x class presentation (15%) and 1x planning a unit outline and
or overseas and across disciplines or curricula. Traditional career
the mapping of appropriate teaching and assessment strategies (85%) pathways no longer exist as teachers are expected to have the
flexibility and knowledge base to adapt to a wide variety of contexts.
This unit aims to equip students to teach the skills and understandings
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They need an understanding of students' cultural backgrounds and sacred texts. The unit develops advanced skills for classroom teaching
skills in intercultural communication. as well as focussing on the Stage 6 learner's requirements.

EDSE4021 YEAR 5
Teaching Visual Arts 3A
In the fifth year, candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session:
Semester 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk for 8 wks and 1x 2-hr
study, comprising:- 24 credit points of Curriculum and Professional
tutorial-seminar-workshop/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3037 and Studies units of study; and- 24 credit points of Senior (level 2000 or
EDSE3056 Corequisites: EDSE4042, EDSE4043 Assessment: 1x visual 3000) units of study, chosen from Arts Table A or B.
art body of work and VAPD 4000wds (65%) and 1x essay 2000wds (35%)
Note: Candidates may need to complete an additional unit of study in the Faculty Curriculum and Professional Studies Units
of Architecture Tin Sheds program
Candidates must complete 24 credit points of units of study from one
This course aims to introduce art education issues, perspectives and of the following options;
skills development with a specific focus on the Stage 6 HSC program.
Candidates will investigate the aims, objectives, outcomes, content, Option 1
key terms and course requirements of the HSC requirements of the
Visual Arts Stage 6 syllabus, in particular in relation to assessment EDSE5001
of art making and art history/theory. This Unit introduces candidates TESOL as a Third Teaching Area
to models of pedagogy for assisting Stage 6 students in examination Credit points: 12 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ken Cruickshank Session:
Semester 1 Classes: 2x 3-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 144 credit points
preparation of the Body of Work and the associated Visual Arts including 78 credit points of Education and 24 credit points of English, Linguistics
Process Diary, as well as the written examination paper. This Unit or a Language other than English Corequisites: EDSE5008 and EDSE5009
also critically examines curriculum different models of art pedagogy Assessment: 2x presentations (30%) and 1x observation report (20%) and 1x
(e.g.Montessori, Steiner, Dalton and the International Baccalaureate); design of teaching materials (20%) and 1x take home exam (30%)
visual art safety and risk management practices, budgeting, selecting, This unit of study aims to develop students' understanding of second
storing, maintaining and replacing materials, equipment and other art language acquisition research and its implications for the teaching
education resources, as well as the various national and international and learning of second language learners. The unit will link fieldwork
professional art teacher associations and the various professional with an exploration of current language education research. The unit
development opportunities available in NSW. Candidates will further has relevance for teaching in Australia and overseas and focuses on
examine the current development of the Australian National Curriculum the development of communicative competence. The unit is closely
and the latest position of the arts, how they conceive their role as a connected with EDSE5009 TESOL Professional Experience.
Visual Arts teacher in schools and the wider community, and how they
can contribute to achieve this goal. EDSE5009
TESOL Professional Experience
EDSE4022 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester
Teaching Visual Arts 3B 1 Classes: 15 days Professional Experience Prerequisites: 144 credit points
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session: including 78 credit points of Education and 24 Credit Points from English,
Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/wk for 8 wks and 1x 2-hr Linguistics and/or a Language other than English Corequisites: EDSE5001
tutorial-seminar-workshop/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3037 and and EDSE5008 Assessment: professional experience (100%)
EDSE3038 and EDSE3056 and EDSE3057 Corequisites: EDSE4021 and
EDSE4042 and EDSE4043 Assessment: 1x stage 6 program of learning This unit of study will link fieldwork in schools and intensive language
1500wds (25%) and 1x collaborative resarch project 2500wds (45%) and 1x centres with an exploration of current language education research.
visual art reflective journal 2000wds (30%) Students will develop skills in linking their assessment of the abilities
Note: Candidates may be required to complete and additional unit of study in and needs of teenage and adult learners of English with programming.
the Faculty of Architecture Tin Sheds program
This unit aims to develop students' professional understanding and
This unit builds on the core unit EDSE4021 through a deeper expertise as second language educators. It has relevance for teaching
exploration of the knowledge base underpinning the principles and in Australia and overseas and focuses on the development of
practices of learning and teaching in the Visual Arts in Stage 6 course communicative competence.
by investigating the aims, objectives, outcomes, content, key terms
and course requirements of the Stage 6 Visual Arts and Content EDSE5008
Endorsed syllabi. This unit further explores issues and perspectives Internship
of the HSC written examination through mapping and planning a Stage Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester
6 program of learning. Additionally this unit considers the relationship 1 Classes: 30 days in-school experience Prerequisites: 144 credit points
including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 or
between teachers and the wider community and further explores EDSE4043) Assessment: Satisfies requirements/Fail (100%)
professional communities within and external to the school
environment. In particular this unit facilitates candidates' experiences This final Internship is a bridge between the ending of preservice
to contribute to these communities of practice and using their professional preparation and the first year of teaching. Under the
resources, knowledge and experiences to further enhance student guidance of the Mentor, Interns will gain knowledge and experience
learning in a school environment. of all facets of the role of the teacher in the school and prepare
themselves as thoroughly as possible for commencing to teach.
EDBT6610
Classical Hebrew & Judaism Curriculum 3 Option 2
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Neta Steigrad Session: Semester 1 one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units:-
Classes: 1x 4-hr seminar/wk for 9 weeks Prerequisites: EDBT5660
Assessment: weekly reflective responses 1600 wd (25%) 1 x lesson EDGU2000
presentation (25%) 1 x intergrated unit of work based on a text (Book of Esther, Teaching English Internationally 1
Ruth or Jonah) (50%)
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ken Cruickshank Session:
This is an advanced unit of study for students who wish to implement Semester 1 Classes: 2x 3hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 144 credit points
including 78 credit points of Education Corequisites: EDSE5008 Assessment:
the NSW Classical Hebrew Stage 6 Syllabus. It builds on the skills 1x take home exam (30%) and 1x seminar presentation (40%) and 1x reflective
knowledge and understandings developed in Classical Hebrew and report (30%)
Judaism 1 and 2. Students examine the challenges of the subject and
engage in a critical reflection of the issues inherent in the teaching of The rapid expansion of English as a global language has led to a
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expertise in English language teaching. This unit aims to introduce Honours Pathway
theory, concepts and practices in teaching English. The unit will focus
Candidates who are eligible for Honours must complete the 12 credit
on developing participants' knowledge and understanding of English
points of units of study listed below instead of EDUF4044 and one
language teaching and learning to international students in Australia
Education Three Optional unit from Year 4.
and in primary, secondary and tertiary contexts overseas. The unit
will develop understanding of second language learning and
EDUF4005
intercultural skills. It requires an interest in but not a specific
Research Honours A
background in teaching and languages.
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session:
Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for weeks 1-7
EDGU3000 Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with EDUF4006. The assessment
Teaching English Internationally 2 of these units will be: 5 online tasks (5x 3%) and 10 mins presentation (10%)
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ken Cruickshank Session: and research proposal (25%) and 10000 word dissertation (50%)
Semester 1 Classes: 2x 3-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 144 credit points Note: Department permission required for enrolment.
including 78 credit points of Education Corequisites: EDGU2000 and
EDSE5008 Assessment: 1x seminar presentation (30%) and 1x take home This unit of study is designed to assist students undertaking the
exam (30%) and 1x unit of work (40%) Honours program to understand and make links between research,
teaching and learning and to develop knowledge, understanding and
The rapid expansion of English as a global language has led to a
skills to both use research and to undertake research. In particular,
demand for graduates across a range of disciplines to have an
this unit of study provides the skills, knowledge and understandings
understanding of international Englishes and expertise in English
to prepare students to undertake, conduct and present research as
language teaching. This unit aims to extend participants' knowledge
part of the Honours program in semester 2. Students will build on their
and understanding of English language teaching and learning to
understanding of the research process and, in particular, of research
international students in Australia and in primary, secondary and
methods used in education. It will provide an understanding of the
tertiary contexts overseas. The unit will develop understandings of
relationships between research and practice to further develop
systems of English grammar, testing and assessment in TESOL and
students as informed professionals who can critically analyse, use
curriculum development and evaluation. It requires an interest in but
published research and conduct research.
not a specific background in teaching and languages.
EDUF4006
EDSE5008
Research Honours B
Internship
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session:
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester
Semester 2 Classes: 12 x 2 hr independent sessions with supervisor
1 Classes: 30 days in-school experience Prerequisites: 144 credit points
Prerequisites: EDUF4005 Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with
including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 or
EDUF4005. The assessment of these units will be: 5 online tasks (5x 3%) and
EDSE4043) Assessment: Satisfies requirements/Fail (100%)
10 mins presentation (10%) and research proposal (25%) and 10000 word
dissertation (50%)
This final Internship is a bridge between the ending of preservice
Note: Department permission required for enrolment.
professional preparation and the first year of teaching. Under the
guidance of the Mentor, Interns will gain knowledge and experience This unit supports students in the Honours program in conducting
of all facets of the role of the teacher in the school and prepare their Honours research project and reporting it in the form of a 10,000
themselves as thoroughly as possible for commencing to teach. wd dissertation. Students work with a supervisor on their Honours
research projects. This unit also aims to prepare eligible students for
Option 3 postgraduate research.
one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units:
EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS
EDSE5010
for Year 4 and Year 5
Meeting the Needs of Cultural Diversity
Credit points: 12 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester
1 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 4-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 144
EDUF3023
credit points including 78 credit points of Education Corequisites: EDSE5008 Sport: Contemporary Educational Issues
Assessment: 1x in-class project (36%) and 1x essay (25%) and 1x group Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Steve Georgakis Session:
project (25%) and 1x in-school project (14%) Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 2-hr seminar/wk for 12
wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: Seminar presentations
This unit of study will focus on a range of culturally specific teaching (20%) and 1x 2500 wd work research project (40%) and 1x 2500 wd portfolio
and learning strategies aimed at increasing the ability of students to (40%)
engage and motivate school students from diverse cultures, including
This unit of study dissects the role played by youth sport and sport in
Aboriginal culture. The unit will involve exploring some of the major
Australian society from an historical and socio-cultural perspective.
issues confronting teachers, schools, communities and involve
Youth sport in this unit encompasses school physical education, school
interaction with appropriate communities as a precursor to working
sport, organised community sport as well as any organised youth
with school students in a range of culturally appropriate settings. The
physical activity. This unit endeavours to place greater emphasis on
unit will involve working with resource staff from the Faculty's
theories that have emerged regarding youth sport and sport issues.
partnership regions and schools.
These include how youth sport and sport in general have been
constructed over time and how each relates to themes such as class,
EDSE5008
gender, age, ethnicity, sexuality, social identity, policy, politics
Internship
commercialism, nationalism, terrorism and racism. This unit will
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester
1 Classes: 30 days in-school experience Prerequisites: 144 credit points encourage students to critically analyse how sport is both constructed
including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 or and is produced in the context of particular social values and beliefs.
EDSE4043) Assessment: Satisfies requirements/Fail (100%) The unit is structured in a way to encourage the development of
arguments and ideas through tutorial presentations, research projects
This final Internship is a bridge between the ending of preservice
and a portfolio which relate to these topic areas. This unit of study is
professional preparation and the first year of teaching. Under the
designed to encourage student-based multi-disciplinary inquiry as laid
guidance of the Mentor, Interns will gain knowledge and experience
out by the Education III design. It is designed also to encourage
of all facets of the role of the teacher in the school and prepare
students to become informed citizens and life-long learners.
themselves as thoroughly as possible for commencing to teach.

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EDUF3028 Australian culture. Indigenous issues in Australian Film and Theatre
Mentoring in Educational Contexts will be examined. Australian Theatre, Film and Learning will provide
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Lesley Scanlon Session: Semester first hand experiences of Australian films and theatre performances
1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk, for 10 wks Prerequisites: through field trips to significant theatre performances and festivals,
42 credit points Assessment: 1x seminar presentation 2000 wds (30%) and Australian school performances and the viewing of Australian films.
1x reflective journal 4000 wds (70%) and participation in an approved mentor
programme for at least 1 hour per week for 7 weeks Students enrolled in this unit will incur a levy to cover any additional
costs.
It is increasingly difficult for young people to survive in contemporary
risk societies. Particularly problematic is their successful navigation EDUF3026
of unfamiliar communities of practice manifest as organisational Global Poverty and Education
structures. Subsequently, mentoring has been widely adopted Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Elizabeth Cussity Session:
internationally to support young people acquire the organisation Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites:
know-how essential to organisational survive. Specifically, within an 42 credit points. Assessment: 1x 1hr exam (25%) and 1x 2500wd essay (30%)
and 1x 1250wd workshop paper (25%) and 1x 750wd workshop paper (20%)
educational context mentoring as theory and practice has assumed
critical importance in introducing pre-service teachers to the This unit of study explores relationships between education, poverty
professional practice of teaching. This unit of study examines and development in the less-developed parts of the world. It
mentoring in schools and universities and other organisational acknowledges the importance of a broad-ranging view of development,
structures. Students use a range of sociological theories and including its economic, cultural and technological dimensions. The
constructs in order to develop a critical understanding of mentoring unit begins with an analysis of the impact of globalisation on poorer
as professional practice. regions, moving to consideration of a range of theories of development
and how education is viewed in them. The major part of the unit
EDUF3032 examines key issues facing educational development in poorer
Curriculum and Evaluation countries at the present time, and moves on to country and/or regional
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Professor Murray Print Session: case studies, consideration of the Australian foreign aid program in
Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: education, and the role of UN agencies in educational development.
42 credit points Assessment: 1x analysis of curriculum document (20%) and
1x seminar presentation (30%) and 1x related paper on a curriculum Students will be assessed on the basis of: workshop participation,
phenomenon (40%) and 1x on-line task (10%) examination & essay. The emphasis, in all aspects of assessment,
will be on demonstrating a sound understanding of the theories
'Curriculum' can mean many things: syllabuses, curriculum documents, developed within the unit of study and applying these to the
policies, plans for teaching by faculties and individual teachers, sets less-developed areas of the world. The use of educational research
of materials and resources used as the basis for developing learning to support students' work, combined with a critical integration of all
experiences for learners as well as the learning experiences information used, is an integral component of the unit. The unit is
themselves. In addition curriculum as process includes all of the especially designed for those who have an interest in developing
thinking, talking and interacting between individuals and groups that countries, who may be teaching or writing about development issues,
are necessary to arrive at decisions that are recorded in plans and or who may be interested in careers in international and development
documents. Evaluation and assessment are often misunderstood education, whether in Australia or overseas.
concepts. Cultural, social and political influences drive decisions about
who, what and how will be evaluated. Evaluation and assessment are EDUF3027
often conflated with large scale testing regimes because they can International Education
lead to easily quantifiable results. A broader and more accurate Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Nigel Bagnall Session: Semester
understanding of these terms is important for all educators. 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit
points Assessment: 2x 1000wd workshop papers (20%) and 1x workshop
EDUF3035 presentation (20%) and 1x 1hr take home exam (20%) and 1x 2000wd essay
(40%)
Multicultural Learning and Teaching
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session: The unit emphasis is on the underpinning global education trends of
Semester 1 Classes: 2 hrs lectures/wk for 9 wks and 3 hrs field work/wk for 3 the developed world. A number of themes are dealt with in this global
wks and 3 hrs seminar/wk for 3 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points
Assessment: 1x critical reflective diary 2000wds (35%) and 1x essay 3000wds context, in particular youth transition, Indigenous education issues in
(50%) and 1x poster presentation 1000wds (15%) Australia, USA and New Zealand, the emergence of international
curriculum and assessment and a number of education system case
This unit provides students with a deeper understanding of the studies. These case studies will include the education systems of
historical, cultural and sociological construction of youth in Australia France, Great Britain, Germany and the United States. The unit will
today. This knowledge, as well as the changing experiences of young appeal to students who are likely to work in the increasingly global
people, is an important foundation for today's educators. This unit will world of teaching and may be involved in latter years in working in
focus on the Australian educational experience set within the context organizations such as UNESCO, the OECD or the World Bank.
of multicultural social change. Students enrolled in this unit will incur
a levy to cover any additional costs. EDUF3029
Psychology of Learning and Teaching
EDUF3034 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Paul Ginns Session: Semester 2
Australian Theatre, Film and Learning Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Michael Anderson; Dr Kelly points and EDUF2006 Assessment: 1x 2-hr take home exam (30%) and 1x
Freebody Session: Semester 1, Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 2000wd essay (40%) and 1x group essay (15%) and 1x group presentation
1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 9 weeks and 3x field trips Prerequisites: 42 credit points (15%)
Assessment: 1x 1000wd media review (20%) and 1x 2500wd film deconstruction
(40%) and 1x 2500wd theatre essay (40%) This unit of study examines four themes from current research on
learning and teaching which have significant implications for enhancing
This unit of study examines the nature of theatre and film in Australian learning outcomes in educational settings: (1) the self-system, learning
cultural and educational settings. A particular focus will be placed on and achievement; (2) collaborative learning: cognitive and motivational
theatre and film for and by young people, and the range of learning factors; (3) information processing and the design of instruction; and
that takes place through young people's engagement in, and (4) learning from text, illustrations and multimedia. Each of these
appreciation of, theatre and film. In addition, the role and nature of themes is defined by a central question (e.g. how is the self-system
Australian film and theatre will be placed within an international context organised and what is its relationship to student achievement?) which
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addition to lectures on each theme, students present the results of
their collaborative self-directed research on one of the themes in a
series of presentations held in the last three weeks of the unit of study.
At the completion of the unit students should be able to analyse,
synthesise, and draw conclusions from theory and research in each
of the four themes considered, derive educational implications and
applications for an educational level (e.g. primary, secondary),
demonstrate the skills involved in collaborative and self-directed
learning, and demonstrate competence in oral and written
communication skills.

EDUF3030
Australian Secondary Schooling
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Helen Proctor Session: Semester
2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2hr seminar/wk for 10 wks Prerequisites:
42 credit points Assessment: 3x 700wd reading guides (30%) and 1x 2000wd
essay (45%) and 1x 1hr exam (25%)

How can we explain the ideas, practices and institutions which form
the modern Australian secondary school? This unit looks for the
answers in the history of the secondary school. Where did the HSC,
prefects, SRCs, school uniforms, the curriculum, the private and the
public school, the coed and single sex school, and the church and
public schools all come from? Understanding the history of the present
enables a powerful advantage in the process of reforming secondary
schools and education. The first part of the unit looks at the inheritance
from Europe and North America before concentrating on Australia,
and New South Wales in particular. The workshop and assignment
program encourages students to work on the experience and history
of particular schools in which they may be interested.

EDUF3036
Arts-Based Learning and Teaching
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session:
Semester 2 Classes: 2 hrs lectures/wk for 9 wks and 3 hrs field work/wk for 3
wks and 3 hrs seminar/wk for 3 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points
Assessment: 1x critical reflective diary 2000wds (35%) and 1x essay 3000wds
(50%) and 1x poster presentation 1000wds (15%)

This unit provides students with an understanding of the traditions,
influences, stylistic and contemporary practices contributing to art and
design in Australia and the Pacific. Knowledge of art and design, as
well as design traditions and contemporary practices, are an important
foundation for both practitioners and art educators. This unit will focus
on Indigenous Australian and Pacific Islander art and design education.
Students enrolled in this unit will incur a levy to cover any additional
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12 credit points of Junior units in a first teaching area (the Major sequence).12 credit points of Education Two units of study. EDBT5610 EDUF3031 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Positive Approaches to Special Semester 2 Education Teaching Area Units EDSE3076 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 Semester 1b Teaching Commerce/Business intermediate/senior credit points of Political Economy and/or Economics and/or Work and Studies 1 Organisational Studies and 6 credit points of Accounting EDSE3077 6    P EDSE3076 and (12 intermediate credit points from ECOP or ECOS or WORK) and 6 credit Semester 2 Teaching Commerce/Business points of Accounting Studies 2 EDSE3050 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 Intermediate Semester 1b Teaching Commerce/Economics 1 credit points of Economics or Political Economy EDSE3067 6    P EDSE3050 and 12 intermediate credit points of economics or political economy Semester 2 Teaching Commerce/Economics 2 EDSE3042 6    P 48 credit pts including 24 credit pts of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 Senior credit pts Semester 1b Teaching Drama 1 of Performance Studies EDSE3060 6    P EDSE3042 plus 12 senior credit points of Performance Studies Semester 2 Teaching Drama 2 40 . EDSE3042. chosen from Arts Tables A or B. comprising: . EDSE2001 and two of the Semester 2 Professional Experience A following:EDSE3037. EDSE3046. EDSE3051. chosen from Arts Tables A or B. EDSE3038. . and . EDSE3041. EDBT5610.12 credit points of Intermediate or Senior (level 2000 or 3000) units of study in the second teaching area. EDSE3049. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. Teachers and Teaching EDUF1019 6    N EDUF1012 Semester 2 Human Development and Education YEAR 2 In the second year.12 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study. chosen from Arts Table A. Education Two Units EDUF2006 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 1 Educational Psychology EDUF2007 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 2 Social Perspectives on Education Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDSE2001 6    P 48 credit points including 12 credit points of Education Semester 1 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 1 EDSE2002 6    P 42 cpts including EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDSE2001 Semester 2 Indigenous Education: Secondary Schools YEAR 3 In the third year. . Education One Units EDUF1018 6    N EDUF1011 Semester 1 Education. EDSE3045. EDSE3044. EDSE2001 and two of the following: Semester 2 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices EDSE3037. EDSE3051. and . EDSE3047. . EDSE3040. EDSE3040. EDSE3049. EDSE3047. comprising: .12 credit points of Senior (level 2000 or 3000) units of study in the first teaching area (the Major sequence).Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Science) and Bachelor of Arts Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Sciences) and Bachelor of Arts Candidates must complete 240 credit points of units of study comprising: YEAR 1 In the first year. EDSE3073 2    P 72 credit points including 24 credit points of Education. EDSE3048.12 credit points of Education One units of study. EDSE3044. chosen from Arts Table A. comprising: . 2 EDSE3045. EDSE3043.12 credit points of Junior units of study in a second teaching area.12 credit points of Senior (level 2000 or 3000) units of study in the first teaching area (the Major sequence). EDSE3050. chosen from Arts Table A.36 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study including 24 credit points of teaching area units. .12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) units of study. EDSE3048. EDSE3050. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. EDSE3038. EDSE3043. EDSE3046. EDSE3041. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. chosen from Arts Table A. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDSE3072 4    P 72 credit points including 24 credit points of Education. and . EDSE3042.

EDSE3058. EDSE4031. EDSE3065. chosen from Arts Table A. EDSE3071. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Science) and Bachelor of Arts Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points EDSE3044 6    P 54 Credit Points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 Senior credit Semester 1b Teaching English 1 pts of English or Australian Literature EDSE3062 6    P EDSE3044 and 12 senior credit points of English Semester 2 Teaching English 2 EDSE3041 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education including EDSE2001 and 12 Semester 1b Teaching Geography 1 Intermediate credit points of Geography EDSE3059 6    P EDSE3041 plus 12 intermediate credit points of geography Semester 2 Teaching Geography 2 EDSE3040 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education including EDSE2001and 12 Senior Semester 1b Teaching History 1 credit points of History EDSE3058 6    P EDSE3040 and 12 senior credit points of History Semester 2 Teaching History 2 EDSE3047 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 plus 12 credit points Semester 1b Teaching Languages 1A of Senior Languages EDSE3065 6    P EDSE3047 and 12 senior credit points of languages Semester 2 Teaching Languages 2A EDSE3048 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 plus 12 credit points Semester 1b Teaching Languages 1B of Intermediate Languages in an additional language C EDSE3047 EDSE3071 6    P EDSE3047 and EDSE3048 and 12 senior credit points of languages Semester 2 Teaching Languages 2B C EDSE3065 EDSE3045 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 credit points Semester 1b Teaching Mathematics 1A of Intermediate Mathematics EDSE3063 6    P EDSE3045 plus 12 credit points of intermediate mathematics or statistics Semester 2 Teaching Mathematics 2A EDSE3043 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 plus 12 Senior credit Semester 1b Teaching TESOL 1 points of either Linguistics.6 credit points of Education Three Optional units of study. EDSE3061. 3 EDSE3061. EDSE3073 Semester 1 Professional Experience B and two of the following: EDSE3056. EDSE3072 and two Semester 2 Information Technology in Schools of EDSE4021. EDSE4029. EDSE4023. EDSE4043 N EDSE4038 EDUF4044 6    P 120 credit points including EDUF2006 and EDUF2007 Semester 1 Reading and Designing Research Semester 2 41 . EDSE4024. EDSE3064. and . EDSE4032. English or Languages Semester 2 Teaching TESOL 2 EDSE3037 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education including EDSE2001and 12 senior Semester 1b Teaching Visual Arts 1A credit pts of Art History and Theory Candidates may need to complete two or more units of study in the Faculty of Architecture Tin Sheds program EDSE3056 6    P EDSE3037 Semester 2 Teaching Visual Arts 2A Candidates may need to complete an additional unit of study in the Faculty of Architecture Tin Sheds program EDSE3038 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education including EDSE2001 and 12 senior Semester 1b Teaching Visual Arts 1B credit points of Art History and Theory C EDSE3037 Candidates may need to complete two or more units of study in the Faculty of Architecture Tin Sheds program EDSE3057 6    P EDSE3037 and EDSE3038 Semester 2 Teaching Visual Arts 2B C EDSE3056 Candidates may need to complete an additional unit of study in the Faculty of Architecture Tin Sheds program EDBT5610 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 plus 12 credit points Semester 1b Classical Hebrew & Judaism of Junior and 12 credit points of Senior Classical Hebrew Curriculum 1 EDBT5660 6    P EDBT5610 Semester 2 Classical Hebrew & Judaism Curriculum 2 YEAR 4 In the fourth year. EDSE3059. EDSE4022. EDSE3062. EDSE3072. EDSE4035. EDSE3058. or Languages EDSE3061 6    P EDSE3043 and 12 Senior credit points of either Linguistics. EDBT5660 C EDSE4042 EDSE4044 4    P 108 credit points including 30 credit points of Education. EDSE2001. EDSE4041 and EDBT6610 C EDSE4042. EDSE3068. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. EDSE3065. EDSE3057. EDSE3062. EDSE4026. EDSE3057.30 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study including 12 credit points of teaching area units. EDSE2001. EDSE4027. EDSE3067. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDSE4042 6    P 108 credit points including 30 credit points of Education. EDSE4033. EDSE3060. EDSE3064. EDSE3073. EDSE3059. EDSE3071. English. EDSE3068.12 credit points of Senior (level 2000 or 3000) units of study in the first teaching area (the Major sequence). EDSE3060. EDSE3063. EDSE4034. comprising: . EDSE4030. . EDSE3072 Semester 1 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices and two of the following EDSE3056. EDSE3063. EDSE2001. EDSE4028. EDBT5660 EDSE4043 2    P 108 credit points including 30 credit points of Education . EDSE3067. EDSE4025.

EDSE4043 EDSE4025 6    P EDSE3042 and EDSE3060 plus 12 credit pts of Performance Studies Semester 1 Teaching Drama 3 C EDSE4042. comprising: . and . EDSE4043 EDSE4023 6    P EDSE3040 and EDSE3058 Semester 1 Teaching History 3 C EDSE4042 and EDSE4043 EDSE4030 6    P EDSE3047 and EDSE3065 Semester 1 Teaching Languages 3A C EDSE4042 and EDSE4043 EDSE4031 6    P EDSE3047. Semester 1 TESOL as a Third Teaching Area Linguistics or a Language other than English C EDSE5008 and EDSE5009 EDSE5009 6    P 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education and 24 Credit Points from English. EDSE4043 EDSE4026 6    P EDSE3043 and EDSE3061 Semester 1 Teaching TESOL 3 C EDSE4042 and EDSE4043 and EDSE4044 EDSE4021 6    P EDSE3037 and EDSE3056 Semester 1 Teaching Visual Arts 3A C EDSE4042. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units Candidates must complete 24 credit points of units of study from one of the following options. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. EDSE4043 and EDSE4044 EDSE4024 6    P EDSE3041 & EDSE3059 Semester 1 Teaching Geography 3 C EDSE4042. Option 1 EDSE5001 12    P 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education and 24 credit points of English. Semester 1 TESOL Professional Experience Linguistics and/or a Language other than English C EDSE5001 and EDSE5008 EDSE5008 6    P 144 credit points including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 Semester 1 Internship or EDSE4043) Option 2 one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units:- EDGU2000 6    P 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Semester 1 Teaching English Internationally 1 C EDSE5008 EDGU3000 6    P 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Semester 1 Teaching English Internationally 2 C EDGU2000 and EDSE5008 EDSE5008 6    P 144 credit points including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 Semester 1 Internship or EDSE4043) Option 3 one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units: EDSE5010 12    P 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Semester 1 Meeting the Needs of Cultural C EDSE5008 Diversity EDSE5008 6    P 144 credit points including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 Semester 1 Internship or EDSE4043) Honours Pathway Candidates who are eligible for Honours must complete the 12 credit points of units of study listed below instead of EDUF4044 and one Education Three Optional unit from Year 4. chosen from Arts Table A or B.Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Science) and Bachelor of Arts Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points Teaching Area Units EDSE4045 6    P EDSE3076 and EDSE3077 Semester 1b Teaching Commerce/Business Studies 3 EDSE4033 6    P EDSE3050 and EDSE3067 Semester 1 Teaching Commerce/Economics 3 C EDSE4042.24 credit points of Senior (level 2000 or 3000) units of study. EDSE4043 EDSE4027 6    P EDSE3044 and EDSE3062 Semester 1 Teaching English 3 C EDSE4042. EDSE3065 and EDSE3071 Semester 1 Teaching Languages 3B C EDSE4030. EDSE4043 Candidates may need to complete an additional unit of study in the Faculty of Architecture Tin Sheds program EDSE4022 6    P EDSE3037 and EDSE3038 and EDSE3056 and EDSE3057 Semester 1 Teaching Visual Arts 3B C EDSE4021 and EDSE4042 and EDSE4043 Candidates may be required to complete and additional unit of study in the Faculty of Architecture Tin Sheds program EDBT6610 6    P EDBT5660 Semester 1 Classical Hebrew & Judaism Curriculum 3 YEAR 5 In the fifth year. EDSE4042 and EDSE4043 EDSE4028 6    P EDSE3045 and EDSE3063 Semester 1 Teaching Mathematics 3A C EDSE4042. EDSE3048. EDUF4005 6    Note: Department permission required for enrolment Semester 1 Research Honours A 42 .24 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study.

Semester 2 Global Poverty and Education EDUF3027 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 International Education EDUF3029 6    P 42 credit points and EDUF2006 Semester 2 Psychology of Learning and Teaching EDUF3030 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 Australian Secondary Schooling EDUF3036 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 Arts-Based Learning and Teaching 43 . Film and Learning Semester 2 EDUF3026 6    P 42 credit points. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Science) and Bachelor of Arts Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points EDUF4006 6    P EDUF4005 Semester 2 Research Honours B Note: Department permission required for enrolment EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS for Year 4 and Year 5 EDUF3023 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Sport: Contemporary Educational Issues EDUF3028 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Mentoring in Educational Contexts EDUF3032 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Curriculum and Evaluation EDUF3035 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Multicultural Learning and Teaching EDUF3034 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Australian Theatre.

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Human Development and Education especially as it relates to young people. They will have the capacity to describe EDUF1019 learning and teaching activities in terms of their psychological efficacy.12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) units of study In the second year. which is the second part of Education 1 introduces students to the study of human development. Similarly. culture. The unit Social Perspectives on Education addresses one of the major goals of Education I. and that existing communities. In addition. They will have had training in two Department of Education 1hr seminar presentation (30%) and 1x 2000wd essay (30%) and 1x 2hr exam and Training policies. problem solving.5hr exam (40%) and 2x 1000wd essays (2x20%) and 1x 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: (EDUF1018 seminar presentation (20%) and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: 1x tutorial presentations (oral & written) (30%) and 1x 2000 wd essay (40%) and 1x 2hr exam (30%) This unit of study is the first part of Education I and provides a general introduction to education and teaching.The unit integrates the following This unit of study is the first part of Education II. markets and globalisation. teaching as a process a general introduction to educational psychology. attempts to impart upon students a beginning knowledge of computers and information technology such YEAR 1 that beginning teachers can properly function as educational In the first year. It is premised on the view that teaching from a presentations (15%) and 1x 1000 wd literature review (15%) and 1x 4000 wd developmental perspective inevitably transforms teachers into problem joint research project (35%) and 1x exam 1. This unit. and (30%) and 1x ICT task (10%) Student Welfare. A core assumption of the unit is that the study of human a general introduction to the social. comprising:. The classical theories will be and their association with national and global economic change. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Approach and the neurobiology of the brain. involving in particular psychology. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of professionals. (10%) based on knowledge of factors that promote each child's optimal This unit of study is the second part of Education II. drawing in particular on the Dynamic Systems To view the latest updates. technologically supported students during their first semester transition to the university.Candidates must include in the above 12 credit points of Intermediate (level 2000) units of study in the first requirements 12 credit points of units of study from either Physics or teaching area (the Major sequence). and the impact of assessment on learning and 1x 1-hr ICT workshop for 10wks Prohibitions: EDUF1012 Assessment: 1x motivation. The unit focuses on the processes and products on communities of students and families. At the learning and motivation.5hrs (25%) and 1x oral presentation solvers who adapt and modify their teaching and learning approaches.The important issues and way of life. At the end of this unit of study. with a particular emphasis on the EDUF2007 development of early childhood through to adolescence. 12 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study.- 12 credit points of Junior units of study in Mathematics. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units in a first teaching area. chosen from Science Table 1.12 credit points of Education Two units of study. culture and the curriculum. and. and Educational systems. 45 please visit the website: sydney. II and III. of education. students will be of human development. developmental theories are open to question and continuing debate. students are also mentored by more experienced critical thinking skills. related to cognitive emotional. Teachers and Teaching EDUF2006 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Paul Ginns Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk commencing week 2 and Educational Psychology 1x 1-hr mentoring seminar commencing week 2 Prohibitions: EDUF1011 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Richard Walker Session: Semester Assessment: 1x 1. At the end of this unit of study. Its aim is to provide themes: knowledge.12 credit points of Intermediate (level 2000) units of study in the second teaching area. This unit plays an important role in supporting conclusion of the unit students should have developed and later teaching and curriculum studies in the Bachelor of Education demonstrated an understanding of the complex character of teachers' degree. the learning Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Debra Hayes Session: of a body of knowledge on 'human development (child and adolescent Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: workshop in particular)'. social. chosen from YEAR 2 Science Table 1.edu. moral. teachers as life-long learners and researchers. students will have made work.au/handbooks . and language development.. The unit will also consider the impact of history. chosen from Science Table 1. comprising:. and-12 credit of study. students should have the capacity to Students are therefore encouraged to engage in this study with critical discuss the impact of a range of educational practices and policies and creative minds.- chosen from Science Table 1. Introduction to Computers in Education. study. of the unit include constructivist and other approaches to learning. Good Discipline and Effective Learning. and how current Science) and Bachelor of Science skills and interests and prior achievements affect learning and development. As considered in some detail and examined in the light of contemporary a result of working collaboratively on a substantial project students theory and research. familiar with broad movements in contemporary educational reform motor. Similarly they will have been Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Minkang Kim Session: Semester introduced to the theory and practice of assessment and evaluation 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk for 10 wks and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 10 wks and in educational settings. and social context. Its aim is to provide development. political and economic contexts development is cross-disciplinary.- points of Junior (level 1000) units of study in a second teaching area.12 credit points of Education One units of study. Within this unit. Chemistry. and. Education One Units EDUF1018 Education Two Units Education. a Candidates must complete 240 credit points of units of study component of this unit of study in terms of assessment but comprising: administratively separate. or to purchase or search a handbook. substantial progress towards understanding the utility of research in psychology for educators. The two themes studied in the Unit are: Schools and philosophy of science and neurobiology. chosen from Science Table 1.

36 credit points of Curriculum and Professional either Chemistry. EDSE3050. Craft knowledge and professional practice is developed and refined as students use their own knowledge and experiences in Curriculum and Professional Studies Units professional conversations with peers and lecturers to critically analyse their own practice in conjunction with theory and research. knowledge. enabling them to Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Cathie Burgess Session: Semester explore. It provides students with opportunities to develop their needs of students. methods and strategies (including ICT) to meet the of teachers. EDSE3042. the aims of secondary EDSE3072 science education and their implementation. equity and 1x portfolio (30%) diversity and how these can be addressed through policy and practice. This unit of study EDSE2002 provides students with the opportunity to undertake a range of Indigenous Education: Secondary Schools professional experiences in secondary schools. 46 . focus on the NSW Science 7-10 syllabus. EDSE3041. Biology. They include the impact of the philosophy exploration of the diversity of Indigenous cultures will equip students and principles of inclusive education and current legislation. EDBT5610 Assessment: Satisfies professional practices and develop and refine craft knowledge. implement.12 with a particular EDSE3041. resources and challenges 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 5 wks Prerequisites: 72 credit points including 24 credit points of Education. EDSE3051. EDSE3050. EDSE3038. EDSE3051. Assessment: 1x 1000wd presentation (30%) and 1x 1500wd lesson analysis (40%) and 1x 1500wd report (30%) EDSE3068 Teaching Science 2 (Core) This unit of study builds on the knowledge. chosen from Science Table This unit of study is the initial Science Curriculum (method) core course 1. A specific focus is given to unit also provides an overview of Aboriginal educational policies and managing challenging behaviours of students in a range of settings. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units Chemistry. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louise Sutherland Session: Semester 1b Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 4hrs/wk workshop/seminars YEAR 3 Prerequisites: 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 intermediate credit points in one Science Area (either In the third year.Through studying this unit. EDSE3045. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 1x 2-hr workshop for 6 wks and 20 hrs fieldwork placement Prerequisites: 42 credit Indigenous students and develops an understanding of the current points Assessment: 1x fieldwork report equiv 4000 wds (40%) and 1x tutorial social. schools and procedures: Aboriginal Education. EDSE3046. teaching and learning practices for strategies to meet the educational needs of Indigenous students. learning. priorities which impact on all students in NSW schools and firmly emphasises the importance of ongoing consultation and engagement Teaching Area Units with Indigenous communities and key stakeholders. Students learn about the roles of teachers in teaching skills and professional understandings. EDSE3043. identify best teaching practices and analyse and critique a range of Professional Experience is a core part of the professional preparation teaching styles. EDSE3046. It is a pivotal classrooms and examine their own emerging perceptions of self as opportunity for beginning teachers to experiment with. EDSE3042. skills and Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louise Sutherland Session: attitudes explored and developed in Craft Knowledge and Professional Semester 2 Classes: 4hrs workshop-seminar/wk Prerequisites: EDSE3051 Practice 1 and other Education subjects. The unit addresses Science curricula 7 . understandings. that provide the contexts for contemporary science teaching and EDSE2001 and two of the following: EDSE3037. EDSE2001 and two of the 1 x teaching practice (40%) following:EDSE3037. EDSE3045. EDSE3043. Examining Australia's history from Indigenous (3x15%) Australian perspectives will provide foundation to address issues This unit addresses issues relating to the education of students with impacting on the educational outcomes of Indigenous students. EDSE3048. a wide range of strategies and pedagogy that they have acquired during their university-based courses. EDSE3047. teaching. unit for prospective secondary Science teachers who are in the third year of the combined BEd/BSc degree program. students will continue to construct their own identity as a EDSE3051 teacher and acquire the knowledge and skills to create inclusive Teaching Science 1 (Core) classrooms. skills. comprising:. and to teacher. evidence with a knowledge of culturally appropriate teaching and learning based approaches to curriculum. political and economic challenges faced by Indigenous peoples presentation equiv 650 wds (15%) and 3 position statements equiv 1350 wds and communities. enact and reflect upon the links between the theory and 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 1x 2hr tutoral/wk for 12 wks practice of their chosen profession. Geology or Physics) + 6 credit points in 2nd Science area of study. teachers. Requirements/Fail (100%) Students examine the evolving roles of teachers in the classroom. EDSE2001 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 1 EDSE3073 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kelly Freebody Session: Semester Professional Experience A 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for 11 wks and 1 workshop Credit points: 2 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester Prerequisites: 48 credit points including 12 credit points of Education 2 Classes: 20 days of Professional Experience Prerequisites: 72 credit points Assessment: 2 x assessment tasks including a practicum portfolio (60%) and including 24 credit points of Education. Physics. Training is provided in the Through reflection students are able to examine and interpret their following Department of Education and Training policies and beliefs about students.12 credit points of Senior (level 3000) units of study in the first teaching area (the Major sequence). EDSE3044. EDSE3049.Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science will develop a range of research skills. EDSE3047. Biology or Geology. Assessment: 1x concept map Studies units of study including 24 credit points of Teaching Area of topic (10%) and 1x peer teaching (20%) and 1x lesson plan and resource (30%) and 1x portfolio (40%) units. It prepares students to become effective teachers of Semester 1. Anti-Racism and Gender Equity. EDSE3048. This unit of study explores how teachers become more aware of their EDSE3049. the nature of the school Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 2 science curriculum with particular emphasis on Australian secondary Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Dorothy Bottrell Session: Semester science curricula and the research. EDBT5610. and . Prerequisites: 42 cpts including EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDSE2001 Assessment: 1x tutorial presentation (30%) and 1 x resource evaluation (30%) EDUF3031 and 1 x 2500 wd essay (40%) Positive Approaches to Special Education This unit of study is a compulsory unit within the combined degrees Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ilektra Spandagou Session: program. EDSE3040. EDSE3038. An special education needs. The unit is designed Curriculum and Professional Studies Units to introduce students to contemporary ideas on the nature and practice of science education in the context of schooling. The students with special education needs. This unit of study addresses and 12 intermediate credit points of science Assessment: 1x unit plan proposal (10%) and 1x seminar presentation (20%) and 1x unit plan stage 5 (40%) and issues and challenges facing schools in relation to access. EDSE3044. learning. EDSE3040.

This unit will develop competencies curricula. The importance of building upon achievement in Geography. in individual lessons and units of work. collaborative nature of working in a team of teachers in schools. 2500wd assignment (40%) and 1x 3500 wd assignment (60%) EDSE4035 This is the second unit of study for both single and double mathematics Teaching Science 1 (Extension) method student teachers. programming and pedagogy in teaching relevance and impact of across-curriculum perspectives on the nature Geography in Stage 4. EDSE3041 Teaching Geography 1 EDSE4034 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester Teaching Science 2 (Extension) 1b Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education including Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louise Sutherland Session: EDSE2001 and 12 Intermediate credit points of Geography Assessment: 1x Semester 1. Additional strategies for differentiating the curriculum and Teachers of science need to develop an awareness of the pitfalls embedding technology into lessons will be explored. investigation of scenarios related to school contexts. There will be an emphasis on ICT literacy and civics and citizenship education throughout the unit. In this unit of skills in designing assessment tasks. the interpretation EDSE3063 and implementation of syllabus aims. An understanding of the NSW Board of Studies and implementation of science curricula. Geography teaching materials. enthusiastic and in the nature of children's learning in science. geology or physics) Corequisites: EDSE3051 Assessment: 1x examined and used to plan. the teaching of science in the secondary school. iii. practices and policies that student teachers are prepared to meet the needs of the full range related to science and technology education in school (and beyond). aim. course requirements and key terms from the curriculum will be biology. Semester 2 Classes: 4hrs workshop-seminar/wk Prerequisites: lesson plan task (30%) and 1x teaching and learning folder (30%) and 1x EDSE3051 Assessment: 1x proposal (10%) and 1x seminar presentation eLearning task (40%) (30%) and 1x essay (60%) The unit is designed to enable students to investigate current research This unit of study aims to make students confident. or physics) and 6 credit points in a second science area (either chemistry. geology requirements and appropriate pedagogy. 47 . Building on their understandings from on major changes in the development of ideas (30%) and 1x peer teaching (30%) and 1x resources to support teaching of the unit (30%) Mathematics Curriculum 1. teaching resources and a range of learning. To reflect the civics and citizenship education and ICT. The focus of this unit of study is a detailed Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louise Sutherland Session: examination of the school mathematics curriculum to develop student Semester 1. ii. This unit of study provides method. program and develop lesson plans for concept map of topic focusing on changes in scientific ideas (10%) and 1x essay key mathematics concepts. mathematics methods unit of study. strategies to address the learning needs of the full range of students evaluating and developing teaching resources and assessing students' in the mathematics classroom. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session: the integration of individual science disciplines within a multidisciplinary Semester 2 Classes: 2x 2-hrs/wk for 9 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3045 plus 12 credit points of intermediate mathematics or statistics Assessment: 1x science curriculum. teaching and develop lesson plans. student teachers will examine the content Note: Department permission required for enrolment. EDSE3045 Teaching Mathematics 1A EDSE3059 Teaching Geography 2 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session: Semester 1b Classes: 2x 2-hrs/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: 54 credit points Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 credit points of 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk Intermediate Mathematics Assessment: 1x 2000wd group report (40%) and Prerequisites: EDSE3041 plus 12 intermediate credit points of geography 1x 4000wd presentation and individual written reflection (60%) Assessment: 1x group/excursion task (30%) and 1x eLearning task (40%) and 1x literacy task (30%) The aim of this unit of study is to introduce issues associated with the teaching and learning of mathematics from Kindergarten to Year 12 This unit of study will build on the study of years 7-10 Geography to student teachers undertaking both double and single mathematics syllabus with an emphasis on Stage 5. computer software packages and graphics calculators. The unit is designed to develop students' be required to collaboratively investigate the issues raised in the understandings of: i. and science curriculum design and implementation. programs. of students. Further emphasis throughout will be placed on literacy. A particular focus will be placed on the learning in the primary school years will be a key focus in this first use of Geography tools and skills in teaching Years 7-10 Geography. assessment of learning will be discussed with rich tasks developed philosophy and sociology of science and their relevance to school for both purposes. strands of the mathematics curriculum to develop appropriate models of pedagogy for teaching and assessment. and considering enhances designing and delivering a range of teaching strategies. and the and skills in lesson planning. The continuum of learning for K to 10 will be explored as it opportunities for students to achieve outcomes in understanding the outlines the developmental nature of learning mathematics. student teachers will Teaching Science 1 (Core). Assessment for learning and study students will examine contemporary issues from the history. building curriculum design of Geography education in Stage 5. objectives. The rationale. A range of associated with uninformed views about the history and philosophy technologies will be examined in this unit including interactive of science. contemporary science competent teachers of Geography. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science This unit of study builds upon the work done in the prerequisite course related to high school settings. Semester 1b Classes: 4hrs workshop-seminar/wk Prerequisites: teachers' knowledge and understanding of the mathematics curriculum 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 intermediate credit points in one science area (either chemistry. student teachers will form small learning teams to explore scenarios. The unit concepts across the transitional stages of schooling. In these teams. classroom practices. skills and development of teaching programs for the new school science understanding will be considered with student teachers developing syllabuses in NSW and in other systems' syllabuses. iv. science teaching and learning. the nature of science teaching and children's scenarios and plan sequential learning experiences appropriate for learning of science. history of science and the nature and practice of science in the Strategies for assessing mathematics knowledge. outcomes and content Teaching Mathematics 2A guidelines as well as school and system policies and regulations. An understanding misconceptions will form the basis of planning and programming so of the nature of science ought to inform beliefs. in the context of contemporary research and high school students. particularly as they are now required to focus on both the whiteboards. content. biology. the planning of science teaching and learning activities. Each student is to investigate years 7-10 Geography Syllabus will be emphasised and students will and report on a particular issue in science education. Common student This unit of study is a double method course unit. Particular issues in the teaching Students will also learn to design and implement an excursion for and learning of mathematics will be addressed through the Years 7-10.

EDSE3060. EDSE3057. Semester 48 . the unit of study will provide Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session: students with hands-on experiences of designing/developing learning Semester 1 Classes: 2x 2-hr seminar/wk for 9 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3045 resources relevant to their curriculum subjects. teachers. excursions. By immersing ICT tools as Teaching Mathematics 3A part of assignments and activities. EDSE3064. geology or physics) Corequisites: EDSE3051 Assessment: 1x Credit points: 2 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester concept map of topic focusing on changes in scientific ideas (10%) and 1x essay 1 Classes: 25 days Professional Experience Prerequisites: 108 credit points on major changes in the development of ideas (30%) and 1x peer teaching including 30 credit points of Education . EDSE3073. EDSE3058. EDSE3065. geology EDSE4043 or physics) and 6 credit points in a second science area (either chemistry. enact and reflect upon the links between the theory of science. EDSE3059. EDSE3071. This unit of study provides students with the opportunity to undertake Teachers of science need to develop an awareness of the pitfalls a range of professional experiences in secondary schools. In this unit of study. teaching and focuses on multimedia learning theory and learning from and with learning. This unit of study focuses on practice. practices and policies related to science and technology education in school (and beyond). Professional Experience B biology. Semester 1b Classes: 4hrs workshop-seminar/wk Prerequisites: 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 intermediate credit points in one science area (either chemistry. EDSE3062.6 credit points of Education Three Optional units of study. EDSE3071. EDSE4028. EDSE3067.30 credit points of Curriculum and Professional review written (20%) and 1x poster (20%) and 1x presentation (10%) and 1x Studies units of study including 12 credit points of Teaching Area research proposal (30%) units. In preparing an individual research proposal.. (30%) and 1x essay (60%) EDSE4033. or within another setting in which learning EDSE4042 opportunities are afforded. EDSE3068. EDSE2001. EDSE4030. EDSE3068. EDSE4023. examination of the syllabus documents for the senior secondary Dr Lina Markauskaite. policymakers and/or the EDSE3062. EDSE3061. The focus of this unit of study is a detailed Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Associate Professor Debra Hayes.Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science YEAR 4 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk and 1x 1-hr online activities/wk for 7 weeks Prerequisites: 120 credit points including EDUF2006 In the fourth year. Students will be provided with an overview of the principles of designing multimedia/hypermedia resources to EDSE4028 enhance the teaching/learning process. contemporary science curricula. greater awareness of the diversity of students in their classes. EDSE4025. EDSE3072. EDSE2001. implementation. EDSE3051 Assessment: 1x proposal (10%) and 1x seminar presentation EDSE4027. EDSE3059. EDBT5660 Corequisites: EDSE4042 This unit of study is a double method course unit. This unit of study is integrated with Teaching Science 1 (Extension) professional experience and explores issues. EDSE3063. presentation (50%) and 1x report (50%) you will draw upon the research literature to develop your topic and to select a form of inquiry that is suited to it. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kelly Freebody Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and informal learning associated with home and community contexts. EDSE3057. In this unit of more extended period of time in a school and begin to assume a study students will examine contemporary issues from the history. multimedia/hypermedia. EDSE4032. EDSE4031. Education. EDSE3061. An understanding Assessment: Satisfies Requirements/Fails (100%) of the nature of science ought to inform beliefs. and curriculum subject areas. particularly as they are now required to focus on both the and practice of their chosen profession. EDSE4041 and EDBT6610 Corequisites: EDSE4042. EDSE3072 and two of the following curriculum. comprising:. EDSE3073 (30%) and 1x resources to support teaching of the unit (30%) and two of the following: EDSE3056. EDSE3063. These settings might include online Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 3 communication. The unit of study and report on a particular issue in science education. EDSE4035. EDSE2001. outdoor education. dilemmas and challenges Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louise Sutherland Session: for beginning teachers. They philosophy and sociology of science and their relevance to school will be expected to be more aware of the community beyond the science teaching and learning. theory and research for beginning teachers in classrooms. Each student is to investigate related units of study. and the final fully supervised development of teaching programs for the new school science practicum before the Internship. Dr George Odhiambo Session: Semester 1. EDSE4043 Assessment: 1x 3000wd resource portfolio (50%) and 1x 3000wd assignment (50%) EDUF4044 This is the third unit of study for both single and double mathematics Reading and Designing Research method student teachers. enabling associated with uninformed views about the history and philosophy them to explore. for 7 weeks Prerequisites: 108 credit points including 30 credit points of The kinds of research questions considered might include pedagogy. and might consider the EDSE3056. and Curriculum and Professional Studies Units to conduct small scale investigations in a range of contexts such as classrooms or schools. EDSE4026. the teaching of science in the secondary school. EDSE4044 EDSE4034 Information Technology in Schools Teaching Science 2 (Extension) Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Chun Hu Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2hr workshop/wk for 10 wks Prerequisites: 108 credit points Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louise Sutherland Session: including 30 credit points of Education. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units and EDUF2007 Assessment: 1x literature review online (20%) and 1x literature of study. and organizational issues. Semester 1. EDSE3060. This unit of study is the second history of science and the nature and practice of science in the school experience in the program. EDSE4043 Prohibitions: EDSE4038 Assessment: 1x ICT project The unit is designed to enable students to investigate current research one (20%) and 1x project two (80%) in the nature of children's learning in science. parents. You will develop an appreciation of the broad range of 1. policy. EDSE4029. chosen from Science Table in education. and the The unit of study builds on student's knowledge and skills gained from relevance and impact of across-curriculum perspectives on the nature their previous information and communication technologies (ICT) and implementation of science curricula. students have a syllabuses in NSW and in other systems' syllabuses. EDSE3058. biology. EDBT5660 Assessment: 2 x assessment tasks including a tutorial broader community. and science curriculum design and school. and. EDSE3064. EDSE3067. schools and the wider educational Teaching Area Units community in relationship with the standards of teaching and the importance of evidence-based teaching for individual and collective EDSE4035 change and improvement. research topics in education and their associated forms of systematic inquiry.12 credit points of Senior (level 3000) units of study in the This unit of study is designed to introduce you to the field of research first teaching area (the Major sequence). tutoring. EDSE3065. and EDSE3063 Corequisites: EDSE4042. EDSE4034. The unit will prepare you to read and interpret research. coaching. Semester 2 Classes: 4hrs workshop-seminar/wk Prerequisites: EDSE4021.. perspectives of students. EDSE4024. EDSE4022. EDSE3072 and two of Semester 1.

and. knowledge and understandings systems of English grammar. Students work with a supervisor on their Honours Certificate in NSW (HSC). resources and assessment techniques for teaching expertise in English language teaching. The assessment of these units will be: 5 online tasks (5x 3%) and 10 mins presentation (10%) The rapid expansion of English as a global language has led to a and research proposal (25%) and 10000 word dissertation (50%) demand for graduates across a range of disciplines to have an Note: Department permission required for enrolment. program and develop appropriate teaching strategies as well as learning and assessment tasks for key YEAR 5 mathematics concepts.24 credit points of units of study. in particular. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of the senior school. secondary and skills to both use research and to undertake research. For all of the mathematics courses offered in In the fifth year. EDGU3000 Honours Pathway Teaching English Internationally 2 EDUF4005 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ken Cruickshank Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x 3-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 144 credit points Research Honours A including 78 credit points of Education Corequisites: EDGU2000 and Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session: EDSE5008 Assessment: 1x seminar presentation (30%) and 1x take home Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for weeks 1-7 exam (30%) and 1x unit of work (40%) Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with EDUF4006. It will provide an understanding of the Internship relationships between research and practice to further develop Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester students as informed professionals who can critically analyse. will be promoted throughout this unit. It requires an interest in but part of the Honours program in semester 2. This unit aims to extend participants' knowledge Honours program to understand and make links between research. including program lesson sequences to differentiate learning and support the 12 credit points of Junior (level 1000). understanding and international students in Australia and in primary. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science students enrolled in mathematics courses for the Higher School wd dissertation. Under the Semester 2 Classes: 12 x 2 hr independent sessions with supervisor guidance of the Mentor. The assessment of these units will be: 5 online tasks (5x 3%) and themselves as thoroughly as possible for commencing to teach.000 49 . including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 or EDSE4043) Assessment: Satisfies requirements/Fail (100%) EDUF4006 Research Honours B This final Internship is a bridge between the ending of preservice Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session: professional preparation and the first year of teaching. tertiary contexts overseas. secondary and tertiary contexts overseas. This unit also aims to prepare eligible students for aims. compulsory years of schooling (Year 10) will be examined to identify issues associated with students' motivation and engagement to Curriculum and Professional Studies Units continue the study of mathematics. Career choice limitations will be Candidates must complete 24 credit points of units of study from one discussed to explore ways the continued learning of mathematics and of the following options. Students will build on The rapid expansion of English as a global language has led to a their previous studies in years 7-10 Geography and further develop demand for graduates across a range of disciplines to have skills and teaching strategies. of research EDSE5008 methods used in education. comprising:. Option 1 EDSE4024 Teaching Geography 3 one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units:- Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk EDGU2000 Prerequisites: EDSE3041 & EDSE3059 Corequisites: EDSE4042. use 1 Classes: 30 days in-school experience Prerequisites: 144 credit points published research and conduct research. In this unit students will study particular issues facing report (30%) students studying for the HSC in NSW schools. For each of the syllabus documents. It requires an interest in but not a specific destinations. and understanding of English language teaching and learning to teaching and learning and to develop knowledge. Additional emphasis language teaching and learning to international students in Australia will be placed on strategies. This unit aims to introduce Stage 6 Geography. concepts and practices in teaching English. understanding of international Englishes and expertise in English This unit of study is designed to assist students undertaking the language teaching. 10 mins presentation (10%) and research proposal (25%) and 10000 word dissertation (50%) Note: Department permission required for enrolment. understanding of the research process and. conduct and present research as curriculum development and evaluation. The unit will develop understandings of this unit of study provides the skills. course requirements and key terms will be postgraduate research.24 credit points of Curriculum and Professional and assessment tasks using a range of resources as well as plan and Studies units of study. objectives. Retention of students beyond the 2000) or Senior (level 3000) units. the research projects. examined and used to plan. The unit and the senior Geography Project. student teachers will evaluate and design learning study. EDSE4043 Teaching English Internationally 1 Assessment: 1 x assessment task (30%) and 1x program of work (30%) and Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ken Cruickshank Session: 1x eLearning task (40%) Semester 1 Classes: 2x 3hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Corequisites: EDSE5008 Assessment: This unit of study will focus on teaching the Geography Syllabus for 1x take home exam (30%) and 1x seminar presentation (40%) and 1x reflective Years 11-12. In particular. Added emphasis will be placed on assessment theory. testing and assessment in TESOL and to prepare students to undertake. Interns will gain knowledge and experience Prerequisites: EDUF4005 Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with of all facets of the role of the teacher in the school and prepare EDUF4005. content. Students will build on their not a specific background in teaching and languages. Professional association membership and HSC marking background in teaching and languages. This unit supports students in the Honours program in conducting their Honours research project and reporting it in the form of a 10. Intermediate (level 2000) or development of deeper understandings of challenging mathematics Senior (level 3000) units and 12 credit points of Intermediate (level concepts including calculus. mathematics and science careers can be promoted in schools. skills and resources for both fieldwork and in primary. chosen from Science Table 1. The unit will focus strategies and programs for the Preliminary/HSC course in Geography on developing participants' knowledge and understanding of English focusing on NSW Board of Studies requirements. Students will also look at the ways will develop understanding of second language learning and the study of geography for the HSC can lead to various post school intercultural skills.

ethnicity. This knowledge. Cultural. This unit of study examines project (25%) and 1x in-school project (14%) mentoring in schools and universities and other organisational This unit of study will focus on a range of culturally specific teaching structures. who. the role and nature of out by the Education III design. social identity. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester policies. A particular focus will be placed on arguments and ideas through tutorial presentations. curriculum documents. This unit endeavours to place greater emphasis on EDUF3034 theories that have emerged regarding youth sport and sport issues. sexuality. This unit will (40%) and 1x 2500wd theatre essay (40%) encourage students to critically analyse how sport is both constructed and is produced in the context of particular social values and beliefs. so that students can examine the international forces influencing Australian culture. cultural and sociological construction of youth in Australia (20%) and 1x 2500 wd work research project (40%) and 1x 2500 wd portfolio (40%) today. 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk. In addition. talking and interacting between individuals and groups that professional preparation and the first year of teaching. research projects theatre and film for and by young people. social and political influences drive decisions about themselves as thoroughly as possible for commencing to teach. In addition curriculum as process includes all of the This final Internship is a bridge between the ending of preservice thinking. as well as the changing experiences of young people. mentoring has been widely adopted Meeting the Needs of Cultural Diversity internationally to support young people acquire the organisation Credit points: 12 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester know-how essential to organisational survive. age. school a levy to cover any additional costs. what and how will be evaluated. theatre and film. It is designed also to encourage Australian film and theatre will be placed within an international context students to become informed citizens and life-long learners. plans for teaching by faculties and individual teachers. of multicultural social change. Evaluation and assessment are often misunderstood of all facets of the role of the teacher in the school and prepare concepts. Australian Theatre. politics 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 9 weeks and 3x field trips Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: 1x 1000wd media review (20%) and 1x 2500wd film deconstruction commercialism. schools. terrorism and racism. Education Three Optional unit from Year 4. Interns will gain knowledge and experience documents. Students enrolled in this unit will incur Youth sport in this unit encompasses school physical education. for 10 wks Prerequisites: Australian school performances and the viewing of Australian films. Film and Learning will provide Mentoring in Educational Contexts first hand experiences of Australian films and theatre performances Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Lesley Scanlon Session: Semester through field trips to significant theatre performances and festivals. Indigenous issues in Australian Film and Theatre EDUF3028 will be examined. Freebody Session: Semester 1. Subsequently.Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science Option 2 It is increasingly difficult for young people to survive in contemporary risk societies. Aboriginal culture. This unit of study examines the nature of theatre and film in Australian The unit is structured in a way to encourage the development of cultural and educational settings. and the range of learning and a portfolio which relate to these topic areas. Students use a range of sociological theories and and learning strategies aimed at increasing the ability of students to constructs in order to develop a critical understanding of mentoring engage and motivate school students from diverse cultures. A broader and more accurate points of units of study listed below instead of EDUF4044 and one understanding of these terms is important for all educators. Film and Learning These include how youth sport and sport in general have been Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Michael Anderson. organised community sport as well as any organised youth physical activity. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and gender. Particularly problematic is their successful navigation one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units:- of unfamiliar communities of practice manifest as organisational EDSE5010 structures. sport. policy. Australian Theatre. The Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Professor Murray Print Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: unit will involve working with resource staff from the Faculty's 42 credit points Assessment: 1x analysis of curriculum document (20%) and partnership regions and schools. Evaluation and assessment are often conflated with large scale testing regimes because they can Candidates who are eligible for Honours must complete the 12 credit lead to easily quantifiable results. nationalism. This unit of study is that takes place through young people's engagement in. 42 credit points Assessment: 1x seminar presentation 2000 wds (30%) and Students enrolled in this unit will incur a levy to cover any additional 1x reflective journal 4000 wds (70%) and participation in an approved mentor programme for at least 1 hour per week for 7 weeks costs. and designed to encourage student-based multi-disciplinary inquiry as laid appreciation of. 1x seminar presentation (30%) and 1x related paper on a curriculum phenomenon (40%) and 1x on-line task (10%) EDSE5008 Internship 'Curriculum' can mean many things: syllabuses. Dr Kelly constructed over time and how each relates to themes such as class. sets 1 Classes: 30 days in-school experience Prerequisites: 144 credit points of materials and resources used as the basis for developing learning including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 or experiences for learners as well as the learning experiences EDSE4043) Assessment: Satisfies requirements/Fail (100%) themselves. EDUF3035 EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS Multicultural Learning and Teaching for Year 4 and Year 5 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2 hrs lectures/wk for 9 wks and 3 hrs field work/wk for 3 EDUF3023 wks and 3 hrs seminar/wk for 3 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: 1x critical reflective diary 2000wds (35%) and 1x essay 3000wds Sport: Contemporary Educational Issues (50%) and 1x poster presentation 1000wds (15%) Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Steve Georgakis Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 2-hr seminar/wk for 12 This unit provides students with a deeper understanding of the wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: Seminar presentations historical. 50 . The unit will involve exploring some of the major issues confronting teachers. is an important foundation for today's educators. Specifically. This unit will This unit of study dissects the role played by youth sport and sport in focus on the Australian educational experience set within the context Australian society from an historical and socio-cultural perspective. within an 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 4-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 144 educational context mentoring as theory and practice has assumed credit points including 78 credit points of Education Corequisites: EDSE5008 critical importance in introducing pre-service teachers to the Assessment: 1x in-class project (36%) and 1x essay (25%) and 1x group professional practice of teaching. including as professional practice. communities and involve EDUF3032 interaction with appropriate communities as a precursor to working Curriculum and Evaluation with school students in a range of culturally appropriate settings. Under the are necessary to arrive at decisions that are recorded in plans and guidance of the Mentor.

the curriculum. This unit will focus presentation (20%) and 1x 1hr take home exam (20%) and 1x 2000wd essay on Indigenous Australian and Pacific Islander art and design education. At the completion of the unit students should be able to analyse. USA and New Zealand. A number of themes are dealt with in this global context. in all aspects of assessment. (3) information processing and the design of instruction. moving to consideration of a range of theories of development answers in the history of the secondary school. and the role of UN agencies in educational development. In addition to lectures on each theme. The major part of the unit prefects. illustrations and multimedia. poverty 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2hr seminar/wk for 10 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: 3x 700wd reading guides (30%) and 1x 2000wd and development in the less-developed parts of the world. is an integral component of the unit. International Education influences. students present the results of their collaborative self-directed research on one of the themes in a series of presentations held in the last three weeks of the unit of study. consideration of the Australian foreign aid program in enables a powerful advantage in the process of reforming secondary education. Assessment: 1x 1hr exam (25%) and 1x 2500wd essay (30%) Australian Secondary Schooling and 1x 1250wd workshop paper (25%) and 1x 750wd workshop paper (20%) Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Helen Proctor Session: Semester This unit of study explores relationships between education. primary. demonstrate the skills involved in collaborative and self-directed 51 . as 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit well as design traditions and contemporary practices. practices and institutions which form unit begins with an analysis of the impact of globalisation on poorer the modern Australian secondary school? This unit looks for the regions. examination & essay. and (4) learning from text. Where did the HSC. and how education is viewed in them. (50%) and 1x poster presentation 1000wds (15%) EDUF3027 This unit provides students with an understanding of the traditions. Semester 2 Classes: 2 hrs lectures/wk for 9 wks and 3 hrs field work/wk for 3 wks and 3 hrs seminar/wk for 3 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points or who may be interested in careers in international and development Assessment: 1x critical reflective diary 2000wds (35%) and 1x essay 3000wds education.g. the developed world. less-developed areas of the world. The How can we explain the ideas. cultural and technological dimensions. the OECD or the World Bank. stylistic and contemporary practices contributing to art and Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Nigel Bagnall Session: Semester design in Australia and the Pacific. The use of educational research to support students' work. SRCs. Each of these themes is defined by a central question (e. from Europe and North America before concentrating on Australia. synthesise. The unit will appeal to students who are likely to work in the increasingly global world of teaching and may be involved in latter years in working in organizations such as UNESCO. the coed and single sex school. EDUF3029 Psychology of Learning and Teaching Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Paul Ginns Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit points and EDUF2006 Assessment: 1x 2-hr take home exam (30%) and 1x 2000wd essay (40%) and 1x group essay (15%) and 1x group presentation (15%) This unit of study examines four themes from current research on learning and teaching which have significant implications for enhancing learning outcomes in educational settings: (1) the self-system. learning and achievement. and moves on to country and/or regional public schools all come from? Understanding the history of the present case studies. Great Britain. The emphasis. The unit is Arts-Based Learning and Teaching especially designed for those who have an interest in developing Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session: countries. are an important points Assessment: 2x 1000wd workshop papers (20%) and 1x workshop foundation for both practitioners and art educators. who may be teaching or writing about development issues.g. schools and education. (40%) Students enrolled in this unit will incur a levy to cover any additional The unit emphasis is on the underpinning global education trends of costs. and draw conclusions from theory and research in each of the four themes considered. (2) collaborative learning: cognitive and motivational factors. and demonstrate competence in oral and written Global Poverty and Education communication skills. These case studies will include the education systems of France. and the church and countries at the present time. Knowledge of art and design. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Elizabeth Cussity Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: EDUF3030 42 credit points. The workshop and assignment will be on demonstrating a sound understanding of the theories program encourages students to work on the experience and history developed within the unit of study and applying these to the of particular schools in which they may be interested. combined with a critical integration of all EDUF3036 information used. It essay (45%) and 1x 1hr exam (25%) acknowledges the importance of a broad-ranging view of development. the emergence of international curriculum and assessment and a number of education system case studies. including its economic. Germany and the United States. in particular youth transition. and New South Wales in particular. derive educational implications and applications for an educational level (e. whether in Australia or overseas. how is the self-system organised and what is its relationship to student achievement?) which is examined through several bodies of related recent research. Indigenous education issues in Australia. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science EDUF3026 learning. school uniforms. The first part of the unit looks at the inheritance Students will be assessed on the basis of: workshop participation. secondary). the private and the examines key issues facing educational development in poorer public school.

chosen from Science Table 1. Education One Units EDUF1018 6    N EDUF1011 Semester 1 Education. EDSE3048. and . EDSE3043. biology. EDSE3047. EDSE3040. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. chosen from Science Table 1. EDSE3042.12 credit points of Education One units of study. 2 EDSE3045. EDSE3044.12 credit points of Intermediate (level 2000) units of study in the second teaching area. and . EDSE3073 2    P 72 credit points including 24 credit points of Education. EDSE3045. chosen from Science Table 1. and -12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) units of study in a second teaching area. EDSE3041. Education Two Units EDUF2006 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 1 Educational Psychology EDUF2007 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 2 Social Perspectives on Education Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDSE2001 6    P 48 credit points including 12 credit points of Education Semester 1 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 1 EDSE2002 6    P 42 cpts including EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDSE2001 Semester 2 Indigenous Education: Secondary Schools YEAR 3 In the third year. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. Physics. EDSE3041. EDSE3051. EDSE3038. comprising: . EDSE3049.12 credit points of Education Two units of study. EDSE3040. Biology or Geology. EDSE3050.12 credit points of Junior units of study in Mathematics. .36 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study including 24 credit points of Teaching Area units. . comprising: . geology or physics) C EDSE3051 Note: Department permission required for enrolment EDSE4034 6    P EDSE3051 Semester 1 Teaching Science 2 (Extension) Semester 2 EDSE3045 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 credit points Semester 1b Teaching Mathematics 1A of Intermediate Mathematics EDSE3063 6    P EDSE3045 plus 12 credit points of intermediate mathematics or statistics Semester 2 Teaching Mathematics 2A 52 . . EDSE2001 and two of the Semester 2 Professional Experience A following:EDSE3037.12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) units of study in a first teaching area. Biology. EDSE3049. chosen from Science Table 1. EDSE3046. EDBT5610. EDSE3044. EDSE3043. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDSE3072 4    P 72 credit points including 24 credit points of Education. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. chosen from Science Table 1. EDSE3047. EDSE3051. EDSE2001 and two of the following: Semester 2 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices EDSE3037. EDBT5610 EDUF3031 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Positive Approaches to Special Semester 2 Education Teaching Area Units EDSE3051 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 intermediate Semester 1b Teaching Science 1 (Core) credit points in one Science Area (either Chemistry.12 credit points of Senior (level 3000) units of study in the first teaching area (the Major sequence). chosen from Science Table 1. EDSE3042. EDSE3038. Candidates must include in the above requirements 12 credit points of units of study from either Physics or Chemistry. EDSE3048.12 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study. EDSE3068 6    P EDSE3051 and 12 intermediate credit points of science Semester 2 Teaching Science 2 (Core) EDSE4035 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 intermediate Semester 1 Teaching Science 1 (Extension) credit points in one science area (either chemistry. EDSE3046.12 credit points of Intermediate (level 2000) units of study in the first teaching area (the Major sequence). . EDSE3050. comprising: . Teachers and Teaching EDUF1019 6    N EDUF1012 Semester 2 Human Development and Education YEAR 2 In the second year. biology. geology or physics) and 6 credit Semester 1b points in a second science area (either chemistry.Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science Candidates must complete 240 credit points of units of study comprising: YEAR 1 In the first year. Geology or Physics) + 6 credit points in 2nd Science area either Chemistry.

EDSE3058. EDSE4043 N EDSE4038 EDUF4044 6    P 120 credit points including EDUF2006 and EDUF2007 Semester 1 Reading and Designing Research Semester 2 Teaching Area Units EDSE4035 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 intermediate Semester 1 Teaching Science 1 (Extension) credit points in one science area (either chemistry. EDSE3057. EDSE3073 Semester 1 Professional Experience B and two of the following: EDSE3056. EDSE4024. EDSE4033. comprising: . EDSE3062. biology. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points EDSE3041 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education including EDSE2001 and 12 Semester 1b Teaching Geography 1 Intermediate credit points of Geography EDSE3059 6    P EDSE3041 plus 12 intermediate credit points of geography Semester 2 Teaching Geography 2 YEAR 4 In the fourth year. biology. EDSE4032. EDSE3058. EDSE4029. EDSE3068. EDBT5660 EDSE4043 2    P 108 credit points including 30 credit points of Education . EDSE3072 and two Semester 2 Information Technology in Schools of EDSE4021. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units Candidates must complete 24 credit points of units of study from one of the following options. EDSE4028. EDSE4043 Honours Pathway EDUF4005 6    Note: Department permission required for enrolment Semester 1 Research Honours A EDUF4006 6    P EDUF4005 Semester 2 Research Honours B Note: Department permission required for enrolment YEAR 5 In the fifth year. Intermediate (level 2000) or Senior (level 3000) units and 12 credit points of Intermediate (level 2000) or Senior (level 3000) units. chosen from Science Table 1. EDSE2001. EDSE4025. EDSE3067. EDSE3057. EDSE4034.30 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study including 12 credit points of Teaching Area units. geology or physics) and 6 credit Semester 1b points in a second science area (either chemistry. EDSE3062. EDSE3073. EDSE4026. 3 EDSE3061. EDSE4030. EDSE4031. and . chosen from Science Table 1. EDSE3059. EDBT5660 C EDSE4042 EDSE4044 4    P 108 credit points including 30 credit points of Education. EDSE4023. EDSE4043 EDSE4024 6    P EDSE3041 & EDSE3059 Semester 1 Teaching Geography 3 C EDSE4042. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDSE4042 6    P 108 credit points including 30 credit points of Education. EDSE3065. EDSE3064. including 12 credit points of Junior (level 1000). EDSE3059. 53 . geology or physics) C EDSE3051 Note: Department permission required for enrolment EDSE4034 6    P EDSE3051 Semester 1 Teaching Science 2 (Extension) Semester 2 EDSE4028 6    P EDSE3045 and EDSE3063 Semester 1 Teaching Mathematics 3A C EDSE4042. EDSE3060. EDSE3063.12 credit points of Senior (level 3000) units of study in the first teaching area (the Major sequence). Option 1 one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units:- EDGU2000 6    P 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Semester 1 Teaching English Internationally 1 C EDSE5008 EDGU3000 6    P 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Semester 1 Teaching English Internationally 2 C EDGU2000 and EDSE5008 EDSE5008 6    P 144 credit points including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 Semester 1 Internship or EDSE4043) Option 2 one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units:- EDSE5010 12    P 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Semester 1 Meeting the Needs of Cultural C EDSE5008 Diversity EDSE5008 6    P 144 credit points including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 Semester 1 Internship or EDSE4043) Candidates who are eligible for Honours must complete the 12 credit points of units of study listed below instead of EDUF4044 and one Education Three Optional unit from Year 4. EDSE3065. EDSE3072. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. comprising: . EDSE3072 Semester 1 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices and two of the following EDSE3056. EDSE4035. and . EDSE3071.24 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study. EDSE3064. EDSE4027. EDSE3067. . EDSE3060.24 credit points of units of study. EDSE4022. EDSE3063. EDSE3068.6 credit points of Education Three Optional units of study. EDSE3071. EDSE2001. EDSE4041 and EDBT6610 C EDSE4042. EDSE3061. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. EDSE2001.

Film and Learning Semester 2 EDUF3026 6    P 42 credit points.Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Science) and Bachelor of Science Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS for Year 4 and Year 5 EDUF3023 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Sport: Contemporary Educational Issues EDUF3028 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Mentoring in Educational Contexts EDUF3032 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Curriculum and Evaluation EDUF3035 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Multicultural Learning and Teaching EDUF3034 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Australian Theatre. Semester 2 Global Poverty and Education EDUF3027 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 International Education EDUF3029 6    P 42 credit points and EDUF2006 Semester 2 Psychology of Learning and Teaching EDUF3030 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 Australian Secondary Schooling EDUF3036 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 Arts-Based Learning and Teaching 54 .

social. with a particular emphasis on the development of early childhood through to adolescence. and language development.- Junior (level 1000) units of study. and creative minds. students should have the capacity to of human development. EDUF1018 Education. At the critical thinking skills. Its aim is to provide and way of life. Its aim is to provide philosophy of science and neurobiology. It is premised on the view that teaching from a Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: developmental perspective inevitably transforms teachers into problem (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: workshop solvers who adapt and modify their teaching and learning approaches. drawing in particular on the Dynamic Systems Mathematics) and Bachelor of Approach and the neurobiology of the brain. degree.5hrs (25%) and 1x oral presentation based on knowledge of factors that promote each child's optimal (10%) development. Introduction to Computers in Education. comprising:.. and social context. students are also mentored by more experienced of the unit include constructivist and other approaches to learning. technologically supported conclusion of the unit students should have developed and learning and motivation. and the impact of assessment on learning and (30%) and 1x ICT task (10%) motivation. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Minkang Kim Session: Semester especially as it relates to young people. The unit EDUF2007 addresses one of the major goals of Education I. YEAR 2 12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) units of study in a second In the second year. chosen from Science Table 1. comprising:. moral. and that existing a general introduction to the social. chosen from Science Table 1. II and III.edu. and. markets and globalisation. to the study of human development. political and economic contexts developmental theories are open to question and continuing debate. attempts to impart upon students a YEAR 1 beginning knowledge of computers and information technology such In the first year. and This unit. teaching as a process This unit of study is the first part of Education II. Similarly they will have been 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk for 10 wks and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 10 wks and introduced to the theory and practice of assessment and evaluation 1x 1-hr ICT workshop for 10wks Prohibitions: EDUF1012 Assessment: 1x 1hr seminar presentation (30%) and 1x 2000wd essay (30%) and 1x 2hr exam in educational settings. and Educational systems. This unit plays an important role in supporting demonstrated an understanding of the complex character of teachers' later teaching and curriculum studies in the Bachelor of Education work.The unit integrates the following themes: knowledge. 12 credit points of Junior units of study in Mathematics as the first teaching area (the Major sequence). presentations (15%) and 1x 1000 wd literature review (15%) and 1x 4000 wd joint research project (35%) and 1x exam 1.12 credit points of Education One units of study. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of that beginning teachers can properly function as educational study. The classical theories will be on communities of students and families. They will have had training in two Department of Education and Training policies. a general introduction to educational psychology. which is the second part of Education 1 introduces students Student Welfare.- 1. students will have made substantial progress towards understanding the utility of research in EDUF1019 psychology for educators..12 credit points of Intermediate (level Education One Units 2000) units of study in Mathematics or in the second teaching area. culture and the curriculum. A core assumption of the unit is that the study of human development is cross-disciplinary. culture. students during their first semester transition to the university. chosen from Science Table 12 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study. In addition. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units teaching area. At the end of this unit of study. students will be To view the latest updates. and how current Science skills and interests and prior achievements affect learning and Candidates must complete 240 credit points of units of study development.au/handbooks . chosen from Science Table 1.12 credit points of Education Two units of study.Candidates doing science as a 2nd Teaching Area must include 12 12 credit points of Intermediate (level 2000) units of study in credit points of either Physics or Chemistry in the above requirements. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Education (Secondary: considered in some detail and examined in the light of contemporary theory and research. Good Discipline and Effective Learning. the learning Social Perspectives on Education of a body of knowledge on 'human development (child and adolescent Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Debra Hayes Session: in particular)'. This unit of study is the second part of Education II. related to cognitive emotional. or to purchase or search a handbook. involving in particular psychology. The unit focuses on the processes and products At the end of this unit of study. teachers as life-long learners and researchers. Similarly. and. Teachers and Teaching Education Two Units Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Paul Ginns Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk commencing week 2 and EDUF2006 1x 1-hr mentoring seminar commencing week 2 Prohibitions: EDUF1011 Educational Psychology Assessment: 1x 1.12 credit points of of study.The important issues Within this unit. They will have the capacity to describe Human Development and Education learning and teaching activities in terms of their psychological efficacy. discuss the impact of a range of educational practices and policies motor.5hr exam (40%) and 2x 1000wd essays (2x20%) and 1x seminar presentation (20%) Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Richard Walker Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: (EDUF1018 This unit of study is the first part of Education I and provides a general and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Assessment: 1x tutorial presentations (oral & written) (30%) and 1x 2000 wd essay (40%) and 1x 2hr exam (30%) introduction to education and teaching. The two themes studied in the Unit are: Schools and Students are therefore encouraged to engage in this study with critical communities. 55 please visit the website: sydney. The unit will also consider the impact of history. and. chosen from Science Table 1. Mathematics as the first teaching area (the Major sequence). of education. professionals. a comprising: component of this unit of study in terms of assessment but administratively separate. problem solving.

enact and reflect upon the links between the theory and 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 1x 2hr tutoral/wk for 12 wks practice of their chosen profession. EDSE3038. EDSE3049. EDSE3050. An special education needs. EDSE3051. It provides students with opportunities to develop their needs of students. The importance of building upon Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 2 learning in the primary school years will be a key focus in this first Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Dorothy Bottrell Session: Semester mathematics methods unit of study. investigation of scenarios related to school contexts. Particular issues in the teaching 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and learning of mathematics will be addressed through the for 5 wks Prerequisites: 72 credit points including 24 credit points of Education. student teachers will (40%) and 1x 1500wd report (30%) be required to collaboratively investigate the issues raised in the This unit of study builds on the knowledge. schools and procedures: Aboriginal Education. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session: Semester 1b Classes: 2x 2-hrs/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: 54 credit points YEAR 3 including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 credit points of Intermediate Mathematics Assessment: 1x 2000wd group report (40%) and In the third year. EDSE3046. equity and a result of working collaboratively on a substantial project students diversity and how these can be addressed through policy and practice. EDSE3046. enabling them to Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Cathie Burgess Session: Semester explore. To reflect the EDSE2001 and two of the following: EDSE3037. EDBT5610. EDBT5610 Assessment: Satisfies professional practices and develop and refine craft knowledge. The continuum of learning for K to 10 will be explored as it outlines the developmental nature of learning mathematics. building Curriculum and Professional Studies Units concepts across the transitional stages of schooling. EDSE3048. EDSE3043. EDSE3048. student teachers will form small learning teams to explore scenarios. understandings. EDSE3047. Assessment: 1x 1000wd presentation (30%) and 1x 1500wd lesson analysis related to high school settings. EDSE3040. It prepares students to become effective teachers of Semester 1. political and economic challenges faced by Indigenous peoples presentation equiv 650 wds (15%) and 3 position statements equiv 1350 wds and communities.Through studying this unit.36 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study including 24 credit points of Teaching Area The aim of this unit of study is to introduce issues associated with the units. EDSE3041. and to teacher. skills and scenarios and plan sequential learning experiences appropriate for attitudes explored and developed in Craft Knowledge and Professional high school students. method. A specific focus is given to unit also provides an overview of Aboriginal educational policies and managing challenging behaviours of students in a range of settings. EDSE3045. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 1x 2-hr workshop for 6 wks and 20 hrs fieldwork placement Prerequisites: 42 credit Indigenous students and develops an understanding of the current points Assessment: 1x fieldwork report equiv 4000 wds (40%) and 1x tutorial social. EDSE3051. EDSE3038. and considering strategies to address the learning needs of the full range of students EDSE3072 in the mathematics classroom. Training is provided in the Through reflection students are able to examine and interpret their following Department of Education and Training policies and beliefs about students. students will continue to construct their own identity as a EDSE3045 teacher and acquire the knowledge and skills to create inclusive Teaching Mathematics 1A classrooms. a wide range of strategies and pedagogy that they have acquired during their university-based courses. and . It is a pivotal classrooms and examine their own emerging perceptions of self as opportunity for beginning teachers to experiment with. teachers. This unit of study EDSE2002 provides students with the opportunity to undertake a range of Indigenous Education: Secondary Schools professional experiences in secondary schools. teaching and learning practices for strategies to meet the educational needs of Indigenous students. implement. evidence with a knowledge of culturally appropriate teaching and learning based approaches to curriculum. priorities which impact on all students in NSW schools and firmly emphasises the importance of ongoing consultation and engagement Teaching Area Units with Indigenous communities and key stakeholders. collaborative nature of working in a team of teachers in schools.12 credit points of Senior (level 3000) units of study in teaching and learning of mathematics from Kindergarten to Year 12 Mathematics as the first teaching area (the Major sequence) chosen to student teachers undertaking both double and single mathematics from Science Table 1. EDSE3042. will develop a range of research skills. Anti-Racism and Gender Equity. EDSE3044. Prerequisites: 42 cpts including EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDSE2001 Assessment: 1x tutorial presentation (30%) and 1 x resource evaluation (30%) EDUF3031 and 1 x 2500 wd essay (40%) Positive Approaches to Special Education This unit of study is a compulsory unit within the combined degrees Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ilektra Spandagou Session: program. knowledge. In these teams. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units 1x 4000wd presentation and individual written reflection (60%) of study. identify best teaching practices and analyse and critique a range of Professional Experience is a core part of the professional preparation teaching styles. They include the impact of the philosophy exploration of the diversity of Indigenous cultures will equip students and principles of inclusive education and current legislation. The students with special education needs. Examining Australia's history from Indigenous (3x15%) Australian perspectives will provide foundation to address issues This unit addresses issues relating to the education of students with impacting on the educational outcomes of Indigenous students. Craft knowledge and professional practice is developed and refined as students use their own knowledge and experiences in Curriculum and Professional Studies Units professional conversations with peers and lecturers to critically analyse their own practice in conjunction with theory and research. Students learn about the roles of teachers in teaching skills and professional understandings. comprising:. methods and strategies (including ICT) to meet the of teachers. EDSE3044. Requirements/Fail (100%) Students examine the evolving roles of teachers in the classroom. EDSE3045. EDSE3047. EDSE3050. EDSE2001 and two of the 1 x teaching practice (40%) following:EDSE3037. 56 . This unit of study addresses and their association with national and global economic change. learning. EDSE3043. As issues and challenges facing schools in relation to access. teaching. EDSE2001 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 1 EDSE3073 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kelly Freebody Session: Semester Professional Experience A 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for 11 wks and 1 workshop Credit points: 2 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester Prerequisites: 48 credit points including 12 credit points of Education 2 Classes: 20 days of Professional Experience Prerequisites: 72 credit points Assessment: 2 x assessment tasks including a practicum portfolio (60%) and including 24 credit points of Education. EDSE3041. This unit of study explores how teachers become more aware of their EDSE3049. EDSE3040.Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science familiar with broad movements in contemporary educational reform Practice 1 and other Education subjects. EDSE3042.

In classrooms. programming and pedagogy in teaching This second extension unit of study for student teachers doing double Geography in Stage 4. By visiting primary school teaching from the textbook will be evaluated. Semester 2 Classes: 4hrs workshop-seminar/wk Prerequisites: EDSE3051 course requirements and key terms from the curriculum will be and 12 intermediate credit points of science Assessment: 1x unit plan proposal examined and used to plan. program and develop lesson plans for (10%) and 1x seminar presentation (20%) and 1x unit plan stage 5 (40%) and 1x portfolio (30%) key mathematics concepts. Geology or Physics) + 6 credit points in 2nd Science area and build mathematics knowledge. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science EDSE3046 the stages of schooling and link closely to many other aspects of the Teaching Mathematics 1B mathematics curriculum. in the context of contemporary research and that student teachers are prepared to meet the needs of the full range classroom practices. Assessment for learning and EDSE3041 assessment of learning will be discussed with rich tasks developed Teaching Geography 1 for both purposes. understanding will be considered with student teachers developing skills in designing assessment tasks. the interpretation embedding technology into lessons will be explored. These two concepts provide a sound basis for learning across all of 57 . the nature of science teaching and children's misconceptions will form the basis of planning and programming so learning of science. student teachers will begin to build knowledge and such approaches will be used to challenge the student teachers' beliefs understanding of the types of learning environments typically used in about the teaching and learning of mathematics in secondary primary school settings to develop knowledge of mathematics. Biology. enthusiastic and Corequisites: EDSE3063 Assessment: 1x 3000wd portfolio of problems competent teachers of Geography. whiteboards. The rationale. The unit addresses Science curricula 7 . iv. to introduce students to contemporary ideas on the nature and practice of science education in the context of schooling. resources and challenges Semester 2 Classes: 2x 2-hrs/wk for 9 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3045 plus 12 credit points of intermediate mathematics or statistics Assessment: 1x that provide the contexts for contemporary science teaching and 2500wd assignment (40%) and 1x 3500 wd assignment (60%) learning. Assessment: 1x concept map the school curriculum will be considered including middle school of topic (10%) and 1x peer teaching (20%) and 1x lesson plan and resource programs and semesterised courses with multi-stage classes. skills. the aims of secondary EDSE3063 science education and their implementation. This first extension unit of study aims to develop further knowledge The rich tasks will be compared to textbook questions and the and understanding of key issues associated with teaching and learning pedagogical differences between teaching using rich tasks and mathematics from Kindergarten to Year 12. Common student understandings of: i. student teachers will focus on the teaching strategies typically used in mixed ability settings to cater for the full range of EDSE3051 student learning needs and explore programs and practices for Teaching Science 1 (Core) addressing the particular needs of students with specific learning Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louise Sutherland Session: needs in primary schools. Building on their understandings from Mathematics Curriculum 1. The processes required to work and think Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session: mathematically will be explored in detail including problem solving Semester 1b Classes: 1x4-hrs/wk for 8 wks Prerequisites: 54 credit points and reasoning. computer software packages and graphics calculators. programs. In (30%) and 1x portfolio (40%) addition. A range of and implementation of syllabus aims. The unit is designed to develop students' of pedagogy for teaching and assessment. Rich problem-solving tasks will be designed and evaluated for use in middle school classrooms. iii. reasoning in the primary school years and beyond will be explored. The focus of this unit of study is a detailed EDSE3068 examination of the school mathematics curriculum to develop student Teaching Science 2 (Core) teachers' knowledge and understanding of the mathematics curriculum Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louise Sutherland Session: requirements and appropriate pedagogy. the integration of individual science disciplines within a multidisciplinary Strategies for assessing mathematics knowledge. The development of algebraic thinking and proportional literacy and civics and citizenship education throughout the unit. Additional strategies for differentiating the curriculum and activities. The types of problem solving and modelling tasks. including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 credit points of which are most suitable for cooperative groups will be considered with Intermediate Mathematics. aim.12 with a particular focus on the NSW Science 7-10 syllabus. ii. Different approaches to arranging either Chemistry. offering elective courses in mathematics will be considered This unit of study is the initial Science Curriculum (method) core course through examples of each of these approaches in practice. outcomes and content technologies will be examined in this unit including interactive guidelines as well as school and system policies and regulations. Physics. content. The unit is designed explored with implications for practice in mathematics classrooms.This unit will develop competencies (50%) and 1x 3000wd essay (50%) and skills in lesson planning. An understanding of the NSW Board of Studies mathematics method aims to develop further knowledge of years 7-10 Geography Syllabus will be emphasised and students will mathematics learning from Kindergarten to Year 12 and builds on develop lesson plans. unit for prospective secondary Science teachers who are in the third Brain-based research into gender differences in adolescence will be year of the combined BEd/BSc degree program. the nature of the school Teaching Mathematics 2A science curriculum with particular emphasis on Australian secondary Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session: science curricula and the research. This is the second unit of study for both single and double mathematics method student teachers. the planning of science teaching and learning of students. Corequisites: EDSE3045 Assessment: 1x 4000wd resource folder (60%) and 1x 2000wd assignment (40%) opportunities to evaluate a range of tasks. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester 1b Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk EDSE3064 Prerequisites: 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education including EDSE2001 and 12 Intermediate credit points of Geography Assessment: 1x Teaching Mathematics 2B lesson plan task (30%) and 1x teaching and learning folder (30%) and 1x Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session: eLearning task (40%) Semester 2 Classes: 1x4-hrs/wk for 9 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3045. Research comparing classrooms. objectives. teaching resources and a range of student teachers' knowledge of the mathematics curriculum Geography teaching materials. EDSE3046 and 12 credit points of intermediate mathematics or statistics This unit of study aims to make students confident. Issues associated with transition from Semester 1b Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 4hrs/wk workshop/seminars primary school to secondary school will be explored in detail with Prerequisites: 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 intermediate credit points in one Science Area (either opportunities to examine programs established to support transition Chemistry. Biology or Geology. student teachers will examine the content This unit of study builds upon the work done in the prerequisite course strands of the mathematics curriculum to develop appropriate models Teaching Science 1 (Core). particular. in individual lessons and units of work. skills and science curriculum. There will be an emphasis on ICT documents.

Teaching Geography 2 EDSE4027. EDSE4026. EDSE4025. For all of the mathematics courses offered in a range of professional experiences in secondary schools. content. EDSE3073. enabling the senior school. schools and the wider educational Teaching Area Units community in relationship with the standards of teaching and the EDSE4028 importance of evidence-based teaching for individual and collective Teaching Mathematics 3A change and improvement. EDSE3063. teachers. This unit of study is the second program lesson sequences to differentiate learning and support the school experience in the program. comprising:. Dr Lina Markauskaite. policy. and curriculum subject areas. Further emphasis throughout will be placed on literacy. EDSE4033. Students will be provided with an overview curriculum design of Geography education in Stage 5. Reading and Designing Research Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Associate Professor Debra Hayes. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units activities/wk for 7 weeks Prerequisites: 120 credit points including EDUF2006 of study. EDSE2001. course requirements and key terms will be Assessment: Satisfies Requirements/Fails (100%) examined and used to plan. 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk The kinds of research questions considered might include pedagogy. This unit of study is integrated with Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session: professional experience and explores issues. EDSE4031. EDSE4028. excursions. Certificate in NSW (HSC). EDSE3064. By immersing ICT tools as evaluating and developing teaching resources and assessing students' part of assignments and activities. EDUF4044 civics and citizenship education and ICT. the EDSE3060. For each of the syllabus documents. EDSE4023. outdoor education. coaching. Semester YEAR 4 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk and 1x 1-hr online In the fourth year. for 7 weeks Prerequisites: 108 credit points including 30 credit points of Education. EDSE3059. The unit of the principles of designing multimedia/hypermedia resources to enhances designing and delivering a range of teaching strategies. resources relevant to their curriculum subjects. This unit of study provides focuses on multimedia learning theory and learning from and with opportunities for students to achieve outcomes in understanding the multimedia/hypermedia. EDSE3058. EDSE4041 and EDBT6610 Corequisites: Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester EDSE4042. EDSE3072. enhance the teaching/learning process. EDSE4035. Career choice limitations will be school. EDSE3060. EDSE3068. This unit of study focuses on practice. perspectives of students. and EDSE3063 Corequisites: EDSE4042. and Curriculum and Professional Studies Units to conduct small scale investigations in a range of contexts such as classrooms or schools. student teachers will evaluate and design learning them to explore. You will develop an appreciation of the broad range of units of study. EDBT5660 Corequisites: EDSE4042 aims. research topics in education and their associated forms of systematic inquiry. the unit of study will provide achievement in Geography. research proposal (30%) and. objectives. The unit will prepare you to read and interpret research. EDSE2001. EDSE3057. EDSE3063. EDSE3065. or within another setting in which learning EDSE4042 opportunities are afforded. EDSE4030. policymakers and/or the EDSE3062. EDSE3058. EDSE3061. Dr George Odhiambo Session: Semester 1. EDSE3068. Retention of students beyond the more extended period of time in a school and begin to assume a compulsory years of schooling (Year 10) will be examined to identify greater awareness of the diversity of students in their classes. EDSE3073 students enrolled in mathematics courses for the Higher School and two of the following: EDSE3056.6 credit points of Education Three Optional in education. theory and research for beginning teachers in classrooms. EDSE4024. tutoring. A particular focus will be placed on the students with hands-on experiences of designing/developing learning use of Geography tools and skills in teaching Years 7-10 Geography. EDSE2001. program and develop appropriate teaching strategies as well as learning and assessment tasks for key This unit of study provides students with the opportunity to undertake mathematics concepts. and might consider the EDSE3056. dilemmas and challenges Semester 1 Classes: 2x 2-hr seminar/wk for 9 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3045 for beginning teachers. students have a concepts including calculus. EDSE3061. EDSE4043 Assessment: 1x 3000wd resource portfolio (50%) and 1x 3000wd assignment (50%) EDSE4043 Professional Experience B This is the third unit of study for both single and double mathematics Credit points: 2 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester method student teachers. EDSE3059. and the final fully supervised development of deeper understandings of challenging mathematics practicum before the Internship.30 credit points of Curriculum and Professional and EDUF2007 Assessment: 1x literature review online (20%) and 1x literature review written (20%) and 1x poster (20%) and 1x presentation (10%) and 1x Studies units of study including 12 credit points of teaching area units. EDSE4032. EDSE3064. EDSE3057. EDSE3071. and organizational issues. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kelly Freebody Session: Semester and informal learning associated with home and community contexts. parents. EDSE4022. In this unit of study. EDSE4029. The unit of study syllabus with an emphasis on Stage 5. EDSE3062. These settings might include online Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 3 communication. enact and reflect upon the links between the theory and assessment tasks using a range of resources as well as plan and and practice of their chosen profession. EDSE4043 Prohibitions: EDSE4038 Assessment: 1x ICT project 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk one (20%) and 1x project two (80%) Prerequisites: EDSE3041 plus 12 intermediate credit points of geography Assessment: 1x group/excursion task (30%) and 1x eLearning task (40%) and The unit of study builds on student's knowledge and skills gained from 1x literacy task (30%) their previous information and communication technologies (ICT) This unit of study will build on the study of years 7-10 Geography related units of study.12 credit points of Senior (level 3000) units of study in Mathematics as the first teaching area (the Major sequence) chosen This unit of study is designed to introduce you to the field of research from Science Table 1. EDSE4044 Information Technology in Schools Credit points: 4 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Chun Hu Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2hr workshop/wk for 10 wks Prerequisites: 108 credit points including 30 credit points of Education. They issues associated with students' motivation and engagement to will be expected to be more aware of the community beyond the continue the study of mathematics. In preparing an individual research proposal. The focus of this unit of study is a detailed 1 Classes: 25 days Professional Experience Prerequisites: 108 credit points examination of the syllabus documents for the senior secondary including 30 credit points of Education . discussed to explore ways the continued learning of mathematics and mathematics and science careers can be promoted in schools. EDSE3067. EDSE3071. EDSE3065.. Students will also learn to design and implement an excursion for Years 7-10. EDSE4034. EDSE3072 and two of the following curriculum. broader community. EDSE3067. EDSE3072 and two of 58 . and.Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science EDSE3059 EDSE4021. EDBT5660 Assessment: 2 x assessment tasks including a tutorial you will draw upon the research literature to develop your topic and presentation (50%) and 1x report (50%) to select a form of inquiry that is suited to it.

Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Students will build on their beyond will be investigated. and 12 credit points of Intermediate (level science teaching and learning. practices and policies wd dissertation.000 of the nature of science ought to inform beliefs. social and cultural understanding of the research process and. this unit of study provides the skills. Students will also look at the ways demand for graduates across a range of disciplines to have skills and 59 . including study students will examine contemporary issues from the history. Semester 1b Classes: 4hrs workshop-seminar/wk Prerequisites: Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session: 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 Semester 2 Classes: 12 x 2 hr independent sessions with supervisor intermediate credit points in one science area (either chemistry. of research backgrounds will be highlighted from the research literature with further methods used in education. relation to the development of school students' mathematical identities. skills and resources for both fieldwork The rapid expansion of English as a global language has led to a and the senior Geography Project. 1. EDSE3063 and EDSE3064 Corequisites: EDSE4028. It will provide an understanding of the discussions about the types of social norms frequently established in relationships between research and practice to further develop mathematics classrooms. This unit also aims to prepare eligible students for Teachers of science need to develop an awareness of the pitfalls postgraduate research. Students work with a supervisor on their Honours related to science and technology education in school (and beyond). conduct and present research as to continue to study mathematics in the senior years of schooling and part of the Honours program in semester 2. knowledge and understandings The development of a mathematical identity and its impact on choices to prepare students to undertake. Semester 1 Classes: 1x4-hr seminar/wk for 9 wks Prerequisites: EDSE3045. resources and assessment techniques for teaching Semester 1 Classes: 2x 3hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 144 credit points Stage 6 Geography. In particular. student teachers will evaluate the This unit of study is designed to assist students undertaking the efficacy of using similar alternatives to provide constructive feedback Honours program to understand and make links between research. In this unit of Studies units of study. EDUF4005. geology or physics) Corequisites: EDSE3051 Assessment: 1x 10 mins presentation (10%) and research proposal (25%) and 10000 word concept map of topic focusing on changes in scientific ideas (10%) and 1x essay dissertation (50%) on major changes in the development of ideas (30%) and 1x peer teaching (30%) and 1x resources to support teaching of the unit (30%) Note: Department permission required for enrolment. and provide an examination of various Research Honours A successful approaches to teaching. EDSE4042 and EDSE4043 Assessment: 1x 3000wd assignment (50%) and 1x 3000wd Honours Pathway essay (50%) Candidates who are eligible for Honours must complete the 12 credit points of units of study listed below instead of EDUF4044 and one This third extension unit of study for student teachers doing double Education Three Optional unit from Year 4. Added emphasis will be placed on assessment including 78 credit points of Education Corequisites: EDSE5008 Assessment: 1x take home exam (30%) and 1x seminar presentation (40%) and 1x reflective strategies and programs for the Preliminary/HSC course in Geography report (30%) focusing on NSW Board of Studies requirements. skills and understanding of teaching and learning and to develop knowledge. Self-theories and views of 'ability' will be considered in skills to both use research and to undertake research. use published research and conduct research. EDSE4035 Teaching Science 1 (Extension) EDUF4006 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Louise Sutherland Session: Research Honours B Semester 1. By Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof David Evans Session: exploring particular topics from the higher-level calculus-based Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk for weeks 1-7 courses. understanding and mathematics. EDSE4043 Assessment: 1 x assessment task (30%) and 1x program of work (30%) and 1x eLearning task (40%) Option 1 one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units:- This unit of study will focus on teaching the Geography Syllabus for Years 11-12. The assessment research-based teaching ideas to their peers. skills and understanding of calculus-based mathematics courses in the senior EDUF4005 secondary years of schooling. EDSE3046. and science curriculum design and 2000) or Senior (level 3000) units. The assessment of these units will be: 5 online tasks (5x 3%) and biology. Additional emphasis will be placed on strategies.Candidates who also wish to complete a science area major must complete 24 level 3000 units in this area. The impact of of these units will be: 5 online tasks (5x 3%) and 10 mins presentation (10%) and research proposal (25%) and 10000 word dissertation (50%) high-stakes assessment on students' motivation and engagement in Note: Department permission required for enrolment. school mathematics will be considered.24 credit points of Curriculum and Professional syllabuses in NSW and in other systems' syllabuses. geology Prerequisites: EDUF4005 Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with or physics) and 6 credit points in a second science area (either chemistry. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of development of teaching programs for the new school science study. Students will build on Teaching English Internationally 1 their previous studies in years 7-10 Geography and further develop Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ken Cruickshank Session: teaching strategies. 12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) or Intermediate (level 2000) or philosophy and sociology of science and their relevance to school Senior (level 3000) units. biology. associated with uninformed views about the history and philosophy of science. This unit supports students in the Honours program in conducting This unit of study is a double method course unit. research projects. Professional association membership and HSC marking Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Assoc Prof Judy Anderson Session: will be promoted throughout this unit. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science EDSE4029 the study of geography for the HSC can lead to various post school Teaching Mathematics 3B destinations. The impact of linguistic. particularly as they are now required to focus on both the YEAR 5 history of science and the nature and practice of science in the In the fifth year. chosen from Science Table implementation. and. comprising:. students as informed professionals who can critically analyse.24 credit points of units of study. to students about their knowledge. In this unit students will study particular issues facing EDGU2000 students studying for the HSC in NSW schools. An understanding their Honours research project and reporting it in the form of a 10. mathematics method aims to enrich knowledge. By collecting samples of alternative assessment tasks. student teachers will design units of work and present Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with EDUF4006. in particular. learning and assessing. EDSE4024 Teaching Geography 3 Curriculum and Professional Studies Units Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester Candidates must complete 24 credit points of units of study from one 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk of the following options: Prerequisites: EDSE3041 & EDSE3059 Corequisites: EDSE4042.

school EDSE5008 Assessment: 1x seminar presentation (30%) and 1x take home sport. Interns will gain knowledge and experience often conflated with large scale testing regimes because they can of all facets of the role of the teacher in the school and prepare lead to easily quantifiable results. This unit will and understanding of English language teaching and learning to encourage students to critically analyse how sport is both constructed international students in Australia and in primary. concepts and practices in teaching English. The unit will focus for Year 4 and Year 5 on developing participants' knowledge and understanding of English language teaching and learning to international students in Australia EDUF3023 and in primary. social identity. curriculum documents. testing and assessment in TESOL and arguments and ideas through tutorial presentations. plans for teaching by faculties and individual teachers. The unit will develop understandings of The unit is structured in a way to encourage the development of systems of English grammar. Students use a range of sociological theories and project (25%) and 1x in-school project (14%) constructs in order to develop a critical understanding of mentoring as professional practice. communities and involve Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: interaction with appropriate communities as a precursor to working 42 credit points Assessment: 1x analysis of curriculum document (20%) and with school students in a range of culturally appropriate settings. The unit will involve exploring some of the major Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Professor Murray Print Session: issues confronting teachers. policy. internationally to support young people acquire the organisation know-how essential to organisational survive. talking and interacting between individuals and groups that EDSE4043) Assessment: Satisfies requirements/Fail (100%) are necessary to arrive at decisions that are recorded in plans and documents. 60 . It requires an interest in but and a portfolio which relate to these topic areas. research projects curriculum development and evaluation. Interns will gain knowledge and experience of all facets of the role of the teacher in the school and prepare It is increasingly difficult for young people to survive in contemporary themselves as thoroughly as possible for commencing to teach. ethnicity. nationalism. Internship Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester EDUF3028 1 Classes: 30 days in-school experience Prerequisites: 144 credit points including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 or Mentoring in Educational Contexts EDSE4043) Assessment: Satisfies requirements/Fail (100%) Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Lesley Scanlon Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr seminar/wk. politics language teaching. Under the 1x reflective journal 4000 wds (70%) and participation in an approved mentor programme for at least 1 hour per week for 7 weeks guidance of the Mentor. secondary and and is produced in the context of particular social values and beliefs. designed to encourage student-based multi-disciplinary inquiry as laid out by the Education III design. Cultural. It is designed also to encourage EDSE5008 students to become informed citizens and life-long learners. This unit aims to extend participants' knowledge commercialism. policies. Subsequently. risk societies. This unit endeavours to place greater emphasis on theories that have emerged regarding youth sport and sport issues. Under the who. The 1x seminar presentation (30%) and 1x related paper on a curriculum unit will involve working with resource staff from the Faculty's phenomenon (40%) and 1x on-line task (10%) partnership regions and schools. sets EDSE5008 of materials and resources used as the basis for developing learning Internship experiences for learners as well as the learning experiences Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Di Bloomfield Session: Semester themselves. schools. social and political influences drive decisions about professional preparation and the first year of teaching. This unit of study examines 1 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 4-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Corequisites: EDSE5008 mentoring in schools and universities and other organisational Assessment: 1x in-class project (36%) and 1x essay (25%) and 1x group structures. terrorism and racism. what and how will be evaluated. understanding of international Englishes and expertise in English gender. This unit aims to introduce EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS theory. sexuality. for 10 wks Prerequisites: This final Internship is a bridge between the ending of preservice 42 credit points Assessment: 1x seminar presentation 2000 wds (30%) and professional preparation and the first year of teaching. Semester 1 Classes: 2x 3-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Corequisites: EDGU2000 and Youth sport in this unit encompasses school physical education. It requires an interest in but not a specific Semester 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk for 12 wks and 2-hr seminar/wk for 12 background in teaching and languages. secondary and tertiary contexts overseas. The unit Sport: Contemporary Educational Issues will develop understanding of second language learning and Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Steve Georgakis Session: intercultural skills. The rapid expansion of English as a global language has led to a These include how youth sport and sport in general have been demand for graduates across a range of disciplines to have an constructed over time and how each relates to themes such as class. mentoring has been widely adopted one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units:. Evaluation and assessment are guidance of the Mentor.Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science expertise in English language teaching. In addition curriculum as process includes all of the 1 Classes: 30 days in-school experience Prerequisites: 144 credit points including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 or thinking. 'Curriculum' can mean many things: syllabuses. organised community sport as well as any organised youth exam (30%) and 1x unit of work (40%) physical activity. Evaluation and assessment are often misunderstood This final Internship is a bridge between the ending of preservice concepts. Specifically. Particularly problematic is their successful navigation of unfamiliar communities of practice manifest as organisational Option 2 structures. wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: Seminar presentations (20%) and 1x 2500 wd work research project (40%) and 1x 2500 wd portfolio EDGU3000 (40%) Teaching English Internationally 2 This unit of study dissects the role played by youth sport and sport in Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ken Cruickshank Session: Australian society from an historical and socio-cultural perspective. understanding of these terms is important for all educators. including Curriculum and Evaluation Aboriginal culture. age. within an EDSE5010 educational context mentoring as theory and practice has assumed Meeting the Needs of Cultural Diversity critical importance in introducing pre-service teachers to the Credit points: 12 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Kate Keeley Session: Semester professional practice of teaching. This unit of study will focus on a range of culturally specific teaching and learning strategies aimed at increasing the ability of students to EDUF3032 engage and motivate school students from diverse cultures. This unit of study is not a specific background in teaching and languages. tertiary contexts overseas. A broader and more accurate themselves as thoroughly as possible for commencing to teach.

Film and Learning will provide their collaborative self-directed research on one of the themes in a first hand experiences of Australian films and theatre performances series of presentations held in the last three weeks of the unit of study. and moves on to country and/or regional public schools all come from? Understanding the history of the present case studies. is an integral component of the unit. schools and education. Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Elizabeth Cussity Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit points. In Australian culture. the private and the examines key issues facing educational development in poorer public school. cultural and sociological construction of youth in Australia France. and the church and countries at the present time. This unit will focus 61 . the coed and single sex school. through field trips to significant theatre performances and festivals. (2) collaborative learning: cognitive and motivational theatre and film for and by young people. A particular focus will be placed on and achievement. is an important foundation for today's educators. the OECD or the World Bank. Dr Kelly points and EDUF2006 Assessment: 1x 2-hr take home exam (30%) and 1x Freebody Session: Semester 1. At the completion of the unit students should be able to analyse. less-developed areas of the world. school uniforms. Knowledge of art and design. Film and Learning Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Michael Anderson. Australian Theatre. and (4) learning from text. The unit will today. The use of educational research to support students' work. synthesise. secondary). The emphasis. essay (45%) and 1x 1hr exam (25%) including its economic. combined with a critical integration of all EDUF3036 information used. whether in Australia or overseas. The workshop and assignment will be on demonstrating a sound understanding of the theories program encourages students to work on the experience and history developed within the unit of study and applying these to the of particular schools in which they may be interested. Great Britain. of multicultural social change. primary. In addition. This knowledge. moving to consideration of a range of theories of development answers in the history of the secondary school. consideration of the Australian foreign aid program in enables a powerful advantage in the process of reforming secondary education. derive educational implications and costs. EDUF3029 Psychology of Learning and Teaching EDUF3034 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Paul Ginns Session: Semester 2 Australian Theatre. in all aspects of assessment. and New South Wales in particular. Where did the HSC. It 42 credit points Assessment: 3x 700wd reading guides (30%) and 1x 2000wd acknowledges the importance of a broad-ranging view of development. stylistic and contemporary practices contributing to art and Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Nigel Bagnall Session: Semester design in Australia and the Pacific. SRCs. and the role of UN agencies in educational development. International Education influences. are an important foundation for both practitioners and art educators. who may be teaching or writing about development issues. Assessment: 1x 1hr exam (25%) and 1x 2500wd essay (30%) EDUF3030 and 1x 1250wd workshop paper (25%) and 1x 750wd workshop paper (20%) Australian Secondary Schooling Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Helen Proctor Session: Semester This unit of study explores relationships between education. The unit is Arts-Based Learning and Teaching especially designed for those who have an interest in developing Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session: countries. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 2000wd essay (40%) and 1x group essay (15%) and 1x group presentation 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk for 9 weeks and 3x field trips Prerequisites: 42 credit points (15%) Assessment: 1x 1000wd media review (20%) and 1x 2500wd film deconstruction (40%) and 1x 2500wd theatre essay (40%) This unit of study examines four themes from current research on learning and teaching which have significant implications for enhancing This unit of study examines the nature of theatre and film in Australian learning outcomes in educational settings: (1) the self-system.g. the role and nature of themes is defined by a central question (e. in particular youth transition. illustrations and multimedia. theatre and film. Each of these appreciation of. A number of themes are dealt with in this global Assessment: 1x critical reflective diary 2000wds (35%) and 1x essay 3000wds context. The major part of the unit prefects. the emergence of international curriculum and assessment and a number of education system case This unit provides students with a deeper understanding of the studies. learning cultural and educational settings. This unit will world of teaching and may be involved in latter years in working in focus on the Australian educational experience set within the context organizations such as UNESCO. and the range of learning factors. The first part of the unit looks at the inheritance Students will be assessed on the basis of: workshop participation. cultural and technological dimensions. poverty 2 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2hr seminar/wk for 10 wks Prerequisites: and development in the less-developed parts of the world. the curriculum. Indigenous issues in Australian Film and Theatre addition to lectures on each theme. and demonstrate competence in oral and written Global Poverty and Education communication skills. applications for an educational level (e. Australian school performances and the viewing of Australian films. Assessment: 1x critical reflective diary 2000wds (35%) and 1x essay 3000wds (50%) and 1x poster presentation 1000wds (15%) EDUF3027 This unit provides students with an understanding of the traditions. Germany and the United States. examination & essay. as well as the changing experiences of young appeal to students who are likely to work in the increasingly global people. USA and New Zealand. students present the results of will be examined. These case studies will include the education systems of historical. how is the self-system Australian film and theatre will be placed within an international context organised and what is its relationship to student achievement?) which so that students can examine the international forces influencing is examined through several bodies of related recent research. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science EDUF3035 presentation (20%) and 1x 1hr take home exam (20%) and 1x 2000wd essay Multicultural Learning and Teaching (40%) Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Marianne Hulsbosch Session: The unit emphasis is on the underpinning global education trends of Semester 1 Classes: 2 hrs lectures/wk for 9 wks and 3 hrs field work/wk for 3 wks and 3 hrs seminar/wk for 3 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points the developed world. The How can we explain the ideas. and draw conclusions from theory and research in each Students enrolled in this unit will incur a levy to cover any additional of the four themes considered.g. as 2 Classes: 1x 1hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: 42 credit points Assessment: 2x 1000wd workshop papers (20%) and 1x workshop well as design traditions and contemporary practices. demonstrate the skills involved in collaborative and self-directed EDUF3026 learning. and how education is viewed in them. Students enrolled in this unit will incur a levy to cover any additional costs. (3) information processing and the design of instruction. Indigenous education issues in (50%) and 1x poster presentation 1000wds (15%) Australia. from Europe and North America before concentrating on Australia. and that takes place through young people's engagement in. practices and institutions which form unit begins with an analysis of the impact of globalisation on poorer the modern Australian secondary school? This unit looks for the regions. Semester 2 Classes: 2 hrs lectures/wk for 9 wks and 3 hrs field work/wk for 3 or who may be interested in careers in international and development wks and 3 hrs seminar/wk for 3 wks Prerequisites: 42 credit points education.

Students enrolled in this unit will incur a levy to cover any additional costs. 62 .Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science on Indigenous Australian and Pacific Islander art and design education.

EDSE3045. and . Education One Units EDUF1018 6    N EDUF1011 Semester 1 Education. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. comprising: . EDSE3049. EDSE3038.36 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study including 24 credit points of Teaching Area units. EDSE3051. EDSE3051. EDSE3040. chosen from Science Table 1.12 credit points of Junior units of study in Mathematics as the first teaching area (the Major sequence). chosen from Science Table 1. EDSE3046. . chosen from Science Table 1. chosen from Science Table 1. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. Biology or Geology. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science Candidates must complete 240 credit points of units of study comprising: YEAR 1 In the first year. Teachers and Teaching EDUF1019 6    N EDUF1012 Semester 2 Human Development and Education YEAR 2 In the second year. EDSE3047. EDSE2001 and two of the following: Semester 2 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices EDSE3037. 63 .12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) units of study. EDSE3044. . EDSE3049. 2 EDSE3045.12 credit points of Intermediate (level 2000) units of study in Mathematics or in the second teaching area.12 credit points of Senior (level 3000) units of study in Mathematics as the first teaching area (the Major sequence) chosen from Science Table 1. Geology or Physics) + 6 credit points in 2nd Science area either Chemistry. Biology. EDSE3050. EDSE3043. EDSE3038. and . and . EDBT5610. EDSE3048. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDSE3072 4    P 72 credit points including 24 credit points of Education. EDSE3050. EDSE3040. EDSE3042. EDSE3042. EDSE3046. C EDSE3045 EDSE3063 6    P EDSE3045 plus 12 credit points of intermediate mathematics or statistics Semester 2 Teaching Mathematics 2A EDSE3064 6    P EDSE3045. EDSE2001 and two of the Semester 2 Professional Experience A following:EDSE3037. EDBT5610 EDUF3031 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Positive Approaches to Special Semester 2 Education Teaching Area Units EDSE3045 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 credit points Semester 1b Teaching Mathematics 1A of Intermediate Mathematics EDSE3046 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 credit points Semester 1b Teaching Mathematics 1B of Intermediate Mathematics.12 credit points of Education Two units of study.12 credit points of Intermediate (level 2000) units of study in Mathematics as the first teaching area (the Major sequence). comprising: .12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) units of study in a second teaching area. . . EDSE3041. EDSE3073 2    P 72 credit points including 24 credit points of Education. EDSE3044. EDSE3041. EDSE3047. EDSE3043. Physics. EDSE3048. EDSE3046 and 12 credit points of intermediate mathematics or statistics Semester 2 Teaching Mathematics 2B C EDSE3063 EDSE3051 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 intermediate Semester 1b Teaching Science 1 (Core) credit points in one Science Area (either Chemistry. Candidates doing science as a 2nd Teaching Area must include 12 credit points of either Physics or Chemistry in the above requirements. Education Two Units EDUF2006 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 1 Educational Psychology EDUF2007 6    P (EDUF1018 and EDUF1019) or 30 junior credit points Semester 2 Social Perspectives on Education Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDSE2001 6    P 48 credit points including 12 credit points of Education Semester 1 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices 1 EDSE2002 6    P 42 cpts including EDUF1018 and EDUF1019 and EDSE2001 Semester 2 Indigenous Education: Secondary Schools YEAR 3 In the third year. chosen from Science Table 1.12 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study. comprising: .12 credit points of Education One units of study.

Curriculum and Professional Studies Units Candidates must complete 24 credit points of units of study from one of the following options: Option 1 one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units:- EDGU2000 6    P 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Semester 1 Teaching English Internationally 1 C EDSE5008 EDGU3000 6    P 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Semester 1 Teaching English Internationally 2 C EDGU2000 and EDSE5008 EDSE5008 6    P 144 credit points including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 Semester 1 Internship or EDSE4043) Option 2 one Education Three Optional Unit and the following units:- 64 . geology or physics) and 6 credit Semester 1b points in a second science area (either chemistry. EDSE3063. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study.30 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study including 12 credit points of teaching area units. EDSE3057.24 credit points of Curriculum and Professional Studies units of study. EDSE4034. biology. EDSE3072 and two Semester 2 Information Technology in Schools of EDSE4021. and .Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points EDSE3068 6    P EDSE3051 and 12 intermediate credit points of science Semester 2 Teaching Science 2 (Core) EDSE3041 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education including EDSE2001 and 12 Semester 1b Teaching Geography 1 Intermediate credit points of Geography EDSE3059 6    P EDSE3041 plus 12 intermediate credit points of geography Semester 2 Teaching Geography 2 YEAR 4 In the fourth year. and . EDSE4035. EDSE3063 and EDSE3064 Semester 1 Teaching Mathematics 3B C EDSE4028. comprising: .6 credit points of Education Three Optional units of study. 3 EDSE3061. EDSE4025. EDSE4030. EDSE3068. EDSE4032. EDSE4028. EDSE3063. EDSE3057. Curriculum and Professional Studies Units EDSE4042 6    P 108 credit points including 30 credit points of Education. EDSE3073 Semester 1 Professional Experience B and two of the following: EDSE3056. candidates must complete 48 credit points of units of study. EDSE3067. comprising: .12 credit points of Senior (level 3000) units of study in Mathematics as the first teaching area (the Major sequence) chosen from Science Table 1. EDSE3062. EDSE4026. EDSE3064. and 12 credit points of Intermediate (level 2000) or Senior (level 3000) units. biology. EDSE3072 Semester 1 Craft Knowledge and Prof Practices and two of the following EDSE3056. EDSE4043 EDSE4029 6    P EDSE3045. EDSE4024. EDSE3060. EDSE4029. EDSE4033. EDSE3059. EDSE4023.24 credit points of units of study. EDSE4022. EDSE2001. EDSE3071. EDSE3062. EDSE3068. EDSE3065. EDSE3060. EDSE4042 and EDSE4043 EDSE4035 6    P 54 credit points including 24 credit points of Education and EDSE2001 and 12 intermediate Semester 1 Teaching Science 1 (Extension) credit points in one science area (either chemistry. Candidates who also wish to complete a science area major must complete 24 level 3000 units in this area. EDSE3065. EDSE3061. EDSE4027. EDBT5660 EDSE4043 2    P 108 credit points including 30 credit points of Education . EDSE4031. EDSE3072. and . EDSE3064. EDSE2001. EDSE3059. EDSE3067. EDSE3058. chosen from Science Table 1. EDSE3071. EDSE2001. EDBT5660 C EDSE4042 EDSE4044 4    P 108 credit points including 30 credit points of Education. EDSE3046. EDSE4043 N EDSE4038 EDUF4044 6    P 120 credit points including EDUF2006 and EDUF2007 Semester 1 Reading and Designing Research Semester 2 Teaching Area Units EDSE4028 6    P EDSE3045 and EDSE3063 Semester 1 Teaching Mathematics 3A C EDSE4042. including 12 credit points of Junior (level 1000) or Intermediate (level 2000) or Senior (level 3000) units. EDSE4043 Honours Pathway Candidates who are eligible for Honours must complete the 12 credit points of units of study listed below instead of EDUF4044 and one Education Three Optional unit from Year 4. EDSE3058. geology or physics) C EDSE3051 Note: Department permission required for enrolment EDSE4024 6    P EDSE3041 & EDSE3059 Semester 1 Teaching Geography 3 C EDSE4042. EDSE3073. EDUF4005 6    Note: Department permission required for enrolment Semester 1 Research Honours A EDUF4006 6    P EDUF4005 Semester 2 Research Honours B Note: Department permission required for enrolment YEAR 5 In the fifth year. EDSE4041 and EDBT6610 C EDSE4042.

Semester 2 Global Poverty and Education EDUF3027 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 International Education EDUF3029 6    P 42 credit points and EDUF2006 Semester 2 Psychology of Learning and Teaching EDUF3030 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 Australian Secondary Schooling EDUF3036 6    P 42 credit points Semester 2 Arts-Based Learning and Teaching 65 . Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points EDSE5010 12    P 144 credit points including 78 credit points of Education Semester 1 Meeting the Needs of Cultural C EDSE5008 Diversity EDSE5008 6    P 144 credit points including 78 of Education and (EDSE3055 or EDSE3073) and (EDSE4040 Semester 1 Internship or EDSE4043) EDUCATION THREE OPTIONAL UNITS for Year 4 and Year 5 EDUF3023 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Sport: Contemporary Educational Issues EDUF3028 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Mentoring in Educational Contexts EDUF3032 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Curriculum and Evaluation EDUF3035 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Multicultural Learning and Teaching EDUF3034 6    P 42 credit points Semester 1 Australian Theatre. Film and Learning Semester 2 EDUF3026 6    P 42 credit points.

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research and data tasks (15%). Assessment: 1x 1500wd tutorial process diary (25%) and 1x 2 social and cultural forms. critically examining the theoretical Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Catriona Elder Session: Semester foundations of counselling processes. Areas covered will Introduction to Sociology 2 be (i) Counselling Psychology. 2 Assessment: 1x1200wd essay (40%). Work and combined Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work degrees. aged care policies. unemployment. institutional sites and the practices of hr exam (60%) and 1x online tutorial participation (15%) everyday life. domestic violence. 1x 2000wd take-home exam (45%). the colonisation of land and people. 1x1hr tutorial/week commencing week indicating the main patterns of development.18 credit points of Senior Arts units of study chosen alcohol addiction. in the context of specific practice fields To view the latest updates. gambling. fashion and Note: This unit is only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social consumption. Bachelor of Social Work Bachelor of Social Work Bachelor of Social Work provision. SCWK2004 1x1500wd essay (35%). The unit of study focuses on psychological theories and research YEAR 2 associated with mental health and several contemporary issues of In the second year. Session: Semester 1. This unit aims to help students develop an understanding of the ways social workers use In this unit of study Australian social policy is explored: the legal and research in different practice contexts: assessing community needs. It will provide students with an introduction Introduction to Sociology 1 to Indigenous philosophies and theories by examining 'contact history' Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Catriona Elder/Dr Gavin Smith and resistance within a critical framework. 1x1 hour tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: SCLG1001 and SCLG1002 Prohibitions: SCPL3001 Social workers are increasingly required to understand and Assessment: 1x1500wd essay (35%). 67 please visit the website: sydney. and to become equiv 450wds (10%) practitioner-researchers in their own right. indigenous policies. relationships between family and the state.edu.au/handbooks . we will analyse society in the exam (60%) and 1x online tutorial participation (15%) period known as 'modernity'. The unit is structured around the themes of representation and identities. class. participation in on-line discussions equiv 450wds (10%) and tutorial participation communicate the research base of their practice. SCWK2006 Social Work Core Units Research Skills for Social Work Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Margot Rawsthorne Session: SCPL2601 Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/fortnight Australian Social Policy Prerequisites: 48 junior credit points Prohibitions: SCLG2602 Assessment: 1x library search exercise (25%) and 1x presentation and 1000 wd essay (30%) Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Amanda Elliot Session: Semester and 1x essay (45%) 1 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week. 2 x critical reviews(30%) credit points of Junior Arts units of study chosen from Faculty of Arts Tables of units of study. evaluating programs. Assessment: one 2000 word essay (40%). from Faculty of Arts Tables of units of study. sexuality. Through a focus on the sociology 2 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 48 junior of everyday life.36 one 1000 word tutorial paper (20%). Work and combined Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work degrees. Semester 2 Classes: (2 x 1hr lec & 1 x 1hr tut)wk Prerequisites: 18 Junior credit points Prohibitions: KOCR2100 In the first year. involved in experiences of child abuse. This unit of study focuses on theories and research in psychology that SCLG1002 have most relevance to the practice of social work. suicide awareness and prevention. administrative framework. ethnicity. 1x2hr exam (35%) and participation (15%) Psychology for Social Work 201 This unit introduces students to the study of sociology through an Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Agi O'Hara Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2 x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 1-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 48 junior analysis of contemporary Australian society. living with mental illness. Summer Early Classes: 2x1hr lectures/week. or to purchase or search a handbook. we will explore the relationships between various credit points. Students are public/private mix. Topics such as fame and celebrity. multiculturalism and indigeneity. psychosocial or intermediate level Psycholgy units listed in the Faculty of Arts tables aspects of HIV/AIDS. and developing theory. one tutorial presentation (10%). multiculturalism and the formulation and delivery of social welfare services in Australia. KOCR2600 Indigenous Australia: An Introduction YEAR 1 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1.. Winter Main Classes: 2x1hr lectures. Students will be encouraged to analyse Note: This unit is only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social existing social phenomena through the prisms of gender. tutorial participation (10%) and 1x2hr exam (35%) SCWK2005 Psychology for Social Work 202 Students will continue to be introduced to sociology through the Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Agi O'Hara Session: Semester analysis of contemporary society. This unit of study explores the historical. migration. and grief.30 credit points of Social Work Core units of study. Strategies are comprising:. the enhancing social work practice. 2.(ii) Human Development. introduced to assist in an understanding of the complex factors including 12 credit points of either Psychology for Social Work units.. employment. SCLG1001 and resistance and agency. developing new services. 1x1hr tutorial/week commencing week 2 Assessment: 1x500wd precis (15%). 12 credit points of Social Work Core units of study listed below. globalization community and belonging will be explored. Candidates must complete 192 credit points of units of study as prescribed below. formulating policies. candidates must complete 48 credit points comprising:. unpaid work and welfare. the culture of welfare state introduced to quantitative and qualitative approaches and methods in social work research. candidates must complete 48 credit points particular relevance to the practice of social work. Using a range of credit points Assessment: 1x 1500wd tutorial process diary (25%) and 1x 2hrr sociological concepts and theories. social and political contexts of the survival and growth of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Work Core Units cultures and philosophies. drug and of units of study.

SCWK3008 Prohibitions: Field Education 2B is the continuation of Field Education 2A. and how. domestic violence. These Credit points to include SCPL2601. full time field education practicum of 60 Credit points: 9 Session: Semester 1. SCWK3008 Assessment: 1x In-class exam (35%) tutorial/fortnight Prerequisites: SCWK4003 Assessment: This unit is jointly and 1x tutorial presentation (25%) and 1x essay (40%). SCWK3009. Sydney metropolitan area participate in weekly online classes and It provides an introduction to the diversity of the professional practice make a presentation at the end of placement. comprising the Social Work Core units below. The assessment of these units will be: 1 learning plan (20%). of social work and aims to develop the capability of students to practise generic skills in social work practice and policy. the social work It is of five weeks duration and is intended to develop further students' response. It SCWK3007 builds on the knowledge and skills gained in Field Education I and Issue Based Learning Unit 2 includes preparation for Field Education 2A & 2B. 1 learning portfolio (40%) and 80 day placement SCWK3005 (pass/fail) Field Education 1 Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions: Credit points: 24 Teacher/Coordinator: Professor Barbara Fawcett Session: Semester 1. Semester 2a Classes: 1x 2-hr and knowledge they already have. response. how this learning will SCWK4003. SCWK4006 Assessment: happen and how. students attend fortnightly Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions: placement classes and peer support and accountability groups. KOCR2600. as well as opportunities for support and Corequisites: SCWK3006. Either tutorials/wk over 5 weeks Prerequisites: SCWK3005 or (SCWK3010 and SCWK2004 and SCWK2005 or 12 intermediate Psychology credit points. Those students on placement outside the provides students with opportunities to engage with reflexive practice. Illness. Semester 2 Classes: 4-hrs of lectures/wk over 5 weeks and 8-hrs of points to include SCPL2601. Drugs and alcohol. children and young people. Written assignments and oral presentations allow students to demonstrate This unit of study addresses the theory-practice relationship and their placement learning. they will monitor and Credit points: 8 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Denise Lynch Session: Semester evaluate their learning. Drugs and alcohol. social citizenship Note: Classes commence Monday 14th February and social work. and to develop their capabilities tutorial/fortnight Prerequisites: SCWK4005 Prohibitions: SCWK4007. KOCR2600. social citizenship Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions: and social work. Semester 2a Classes: 4-hrs of days. how this learning will Professional Practice happen. provide a forum in which to explore issues concerning the integration This unit is the fourth of a sequence of four Issue Based Learning of practice and theory. SCLG2602 or SCWK2006. Caring and citizenship. Social Work Core Units Social Work Core Units SCWK3006 SCWK4003 Issue Based Learning Unit 1 Issue Based Learning Unit 3 Credit points: 8 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Rosalie Pockett Session: Semester Credit points: 9 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Lesley Laing Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 96 Credit 1a. Either Field Education 2A SCWK2004 and SCWK2005 or 12 intermediate Psychology credit points. 1 small group activity (20%). 1 skills activity (20%). The title and content of the unit will be selected from the following: 1 learning portfolio (40%) and 80 day placement (pass/fail) Illness. assignments and oral presentations allow students to demonstrate and policy advocacy. SCLG2602 or SCWK2006. Families. with their field educator. KOCR2600. the case of disability. SCWK3007 Assessment: 1x letter/report (10%) and 1x assessment report (45%) and 1x take home exam (45%) consultation with other students and social work staff. capabilities in the transfer of knowledge and independent work. assessed with SCWK4006 or SCWK4007. SCWK3009). students produce a learning SCWK3008 plan that sets out what they expect to learn. candidates must complete 48 credit points the Social Work Core units below. SCWK4005 Corequisites: SCWK4002. SCWK3007. These Semester 1. SCWK3007. as well as opportunities for support and units.Bachelor of Social Work including mental health. SCWK3008 Assessment: 1x essay (40%) and 1x essay (15%) and 1x group development and presentation of a research proposal group project (40%) and 1x presentation (20%) (35%) and 1x class participation statement (10%) and 1x essay (40%) Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions: The title and content of the unit will be selected from the following: Semester 2. inequality and intervention. 1 skills activity (20%). Students are encouraged to recognise and build upon skills Credit points: 9 Session: Semester 1. In negotiation with the field educator. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr Corequisites: SCWK3006. In negotiation with the field educator. Families. There is an emphasis SCWK4006 on understanding social work values and the fundamentals of ethical Field Education 2B practice. they will monitor and 1x group project and presentation (40%) and 1x essay (60%) evaluate their learning. the social work This is the first part of a full time field education practicum of 80 days. SCWK3008 Assessment: 1x in-class Corequisites: SCWK3007. inequality and intervention. students produce a learning lectures/wk over 5 weeks and 8-hrs of tutorials/wk over 5 weeks Prerequisites: plan that sets out what they expect to learn. Caring and citizenship: the case of disability. Written students' capabilities in the transfer of knowledge and independent 68 . SCWK3006. This unit is the third of a sequence of four Issue Based Learning units. candidates must complete 48 credit points comprising In the fourth year. of practice and theory. community development. SCWK4008 Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with SCWK4005. students attend fortnightly 1 Classes: 1x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 3-hr workshop/wk Prerequisites: 96 placement classes and peer support and accountability groups. provide a forum in which to explore issues concerning the integration Either SCWK2004 and SCWK2005 or 12 intermediate Psychology credit points. In addition. with their field educator. Credit points: 8 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Sue Goodwin Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x 1-hr lecture/wk and 1x 2-hr tutorial/wk Prerequisites: 96 Credit SCWK4005 points to include SCPL2601. SCWK3010 Assessment: 1x learning portfolio (60%) and 1x small group activity (20%) and 1x essay (20%) and 60 day placement (pass/fail) SCWK4004 Issue Based Learning Unit 4 This unit is a compulsory. SCLG2602 or SCWK2006. Semester 2. Social justice. their placement learning. Social justice. Credit points: 15 Session: Semester 1b. In addition. children and young people. It is of five weeks duration and is intended to develop further consultation with other students and social work staff. 1 small group activity (20%). assessment of these units will be: 1 learning plan (20%). The for acquiring further knowledge and skills. YEAR 3 YEAR 4 In the third year. Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr tutorial/fortnight and 60 days practicum Prerequisites: SCWK3006.

SCWK3007 and SCWK3008 Corequisites: SCWK3010 Prohibitions: SCWK3005 Assessment: 1x literature review (40%) and 1x writing qualitative questions (20%) and 1x using secondary data exercise (10%) and 1x focus group exercise (10%) and 1x Ellis Application essay (20%) Note: Department permission required for enrolment. In addition. SCWK3010 Field Education 1 Honours Credit points: 18 Teacher/Coordinator: Professor Barbara Fawcett Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr tutorial/fortnight Prerequisites: SCWK3006. SCWK4004 and SCWK4007 Prohibitions: SCWK4006 Assessment: 1x journal article (100%) SCWK4006 Assessment: 1x research report 5000wds (70%) and 1x seminar presentation (30%) This is the final unit of study in the Bachelor of Social Work program Note: Department permission required for enrolment. SCWK4007 Field Education 2B Honours Credit points: 3 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 2-hr tutorial/fortnight Prerequisites: SCWK3009. students produce a learning plan that sets out what they expect to learn. Written assignments and oral presentations allow students to demonstrate their placement learning. Policies. SCWK4008 SCWK4002 Social Work Research Dissertation Integrative Studies 402 Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ruth Phillips Session: Semester Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Lesley Laing Session: Semester 2 Classes: 4x 3-hr seminars and 24-hrs participation in a social work research 2b Classes: 4x 2-hr lecture/wk over 4 weeks and 2x 2-hr tutorials over 4 weeks project Prerequisites: SCWK3009. Students will become knowledge and skills developed over the four years of the Bachelor familiar with the process of developing a research proposal and of Social Work degree. candidates who have been admitted will also be examined. approaches to investigating one's practice. ethical issues and critical debates in social work research will also be examined. as well as opportunities for support and consultation with other students and Social Work staff. They identify a research topic relevant to their placement context. SCWK4003 and SCWK4005 Corequisites: SCWK4002 and SCWK4004 Prohibitions: SCWK4006 Assessment: This unit is jointly assessed with SCWK4005. Ethical issues and critical debates in social work research unit SCWK3005. This unit is a compulsory. Corequisites: SCWK4002. The assessment of these units will be: 1 learning plan (20%).In the fourth year. It builds on the knowledge and includes skills gained in Field Field Education 2B Honours is the continuation of Field Education 2A. SCWK3009 Social Work Preliminary Honours Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Ruth Phillips Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x 3-hr seminar/wk Prerequisites: SCWK3006. obtaining ethical approval for a study. Bachelor of Social Work work. As it is taken concurrently with the first field education placement. Ths unit assists students undertaking the Honours program in Social Work to further develop understanding of the role that research plays in social work practice and to develop knowledge. 1 learning portfolio (40%) and 80 day placement (pass/fail) Note: Department permission required for enrolment. In this unit students participate in a social work research project under students have an opportunity to look back on and consolidate the supervision of an academic staff member. full time field education practicum of 60 days. They develop the skills required to present the In the third year. 1 small group activity (20%). to the Honours program must complete SCWK4007 and SCWK4008 instead of the unit SCWK4006. 69 . Students will apply data Honours Pathway collection processes as appropriate to the project and undertake analysis of this data. In negotiation with the field educator. SCWK3007 and SCWK3008 Corequisites: SCWK3009 Prohibitions: SCWK3005 Assessment: 1x learning portfolio (60%) and 1 x small group activity (20%) and 1x essay (20%) and 60 day placement Note: Department permission required for enrolment. students attend fortnightly placement classes and peer support and accountability groups. SCWK4005 Corequisites: SCWK4004. candidates who have been admitted to the Honours findings of their reserach project both orally and through a research program must complete SCWK3009 and SCWK3010 instead of the dissertation. Through processes of critical reflection. and is of four weeks' duration. conduct a literature review. SCWK3010. explore ethical issues and develop a research proposal. Education 2A and 2B. how this learning will happen and how they will monitor and evaluate their learning . SCWK3010. SCWK4003 and SCWK4005 Prerequisites: SCWK4003. students apply their learning to the context of their social work field placement. 1 skills activity (20%). understanding and skills to both use and undertake research. These provide a forum in which to explore issues concerning the integration of practice and theory.

SCLG2602 or SCWK2006.30 credit points of Social Work Core units of study. Social Work Core Units SCPL2601 6    P SCLG1001 and SCLG1002 Semester 1 Australian Social Policy N SCPL3001 KOCR2600 6    P 18 Junior credit points Semester 1 Indigenous Australia: An Introduction N KOCR2100 Semester 2 SCWK2004 6    P 48 junior credit points Semester 1 Psychology for Social Work 201 This unit is only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work and combined Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work degrees. . SCLG2602 or SCWK2006. C SCWK3007. SCWK3008 SCWK3008 8    P 96 Credit points to include SCPL2601. SCWK3008 Semester 1a Issue Based Learning Unit 3 Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions: Semester 2 Semester 2 Classes commence Monday 14th February SCWK4005 15    P SCWK4003 Semester 1b Field Education 2A Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions: Semester 2 Semester 2 SCWK4006 9    P SCWK4005 Semester 1 Field Education 2B N SCWK4007. SCWK3007. Either Semester 1 Issue Based Learning Unit 1 SCWK2004 and SCWK2005 or 12 intermediate Psychology credit points. Semester 2 Psychology for Social Work 202 This unit is only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work and combined Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work degrees. candidates who have been admitted to the Honours program must complete SCWK3009 and SCWK3010 instead of the unit SCWK3005.12 credit points of Social Work Core units of study listed below. SCWK4006 Semester 2a Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions: Semester 1 SCWK4002 6    P SCWK4003. SCWK3007 SCWK3005 24    P SCWK3006. In the fourth year. Social Work Core Units SCWK4003 9    P SCWK3005 or (SCWK3010 and SCWK3009). SCWK2005 6    P 48 junior credit points. or intermediate level Psycholgy units listed in the Faculty of Arts tables of units of study.Bachelor of Social Work Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points Bachelor of Social Work Candidates must complete 192 credit points of units of study as prescribed below. candidates must complete 48 credit points comprising: . SCWK4008 Semester 2a Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions: Semester 1 SCWK4004 9    P SCWK4003. KOCR2600. candidates must complete 48 credit points comprising the Social Work Core units below. SCWK3008 Semester 2 Field Education 1 N SCWK3009. YEAR 1 In the first year. Either Semester 1 Professional Practice SCWK2004 and SCWK2005 or 12 intermediate Psychology credit points. . KOCR2600. C SCWK3006. SCWK3007. candidates must complete 48 credit points comprising: . including 12 credit points of either Psychology for Social Work units. SCWK3006. KOCR2600. Social Work Core Units SCLG1001 6    Semester 1 Introduction to Sociology 1 Summer Early SCLG1002 6    Semester 2 Introduction to Sociology 2 Winter Main YEAR 2 In the second year. SCWK3008 SCWK3007 8    P 96 Credit points to include SCPL2601. SCWK4005 Semester 2b Integrative Studies 402 C SCWK4004. SCWK4006 Honours Pathway In the third year. SCWK4005 Semester 1 Issue Based Learning Unit 4 C SCWK4002. candidates must complete 48 credit points comprising the Social Work Core units below. SCWK2006 6    P 48 junior credit points Semester 2 Research Skills for Social Work N SCLG2602 YEAR 3 In the third year. SCWK3010 YEAR 4 In the fourth year. Social Work Core Units SCWK3006 8    P 96 Credit points to include SCPL2601.18 credit points of Senior Arts units of study chosen from Faculty of Arts Tables of units of study. candidates who have been admitted to the Honours program must complete SCWK4007 and SCWK4008 instead of the unit SCWK4006. SCLG2602 or SCWK2006. Either Semester 1 Issue Based Learning Unit 2 SCWK2004 and SCWK2005 or 12 intermediate Psychology credit points. 70 . C SCWK3006.36 credit points of Junior Arts units of study chosen from Faculty of Arts Tables of units of study.

SCWK4004 and SCWK4007 N SCWK4006 Note: Department permission required for enrolment 71 . SCWK3007 and SCWK3008 Semester 2 Social Work Preliminary Honours C SCWK3010 N SCWK3005 Note: Department permission required for enrolment SCWK3010 18    P SCWK3006. SCWK4003 and SCWK4005 Semester 2 Social Work Research Dissertation C SCWK4002. SCWK3010. SCWK4003 and SCWK4005 Semester 2 Field Education 2B Honours C SCWK4002 and SCWK4004 N SCWK4006 Note: Department permission required for enrolment SCWK4008 6    P SCWK3009. SCWK3010. SCWK3007 and SCWK3008 Semester 2 Field Education 1 Honours C SCWK3009 N SCWK3005 Note: Department permission required for enrolment SCWK4007 3    P SCWK3009. Bachelor of Social Work Unit of study Credit A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session points SCWK3009 6    P SCWK3006.

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Year 3 EDUF3553 Education Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Exchange Units of Study Exchange Units of Study Exchange Units of Study Education Exchange Units Year 2 EDUF2553 Education Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. 73 please visit the website: sydney.edu. To view the latest updates. Year 4 EDUF4553 Education Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Year 5 EDUF5556 Education Exchange Credit points: 24 Session: Semester 1. EDUF3556 Education Exchange This unit of study is not available in 2011 Credit points: 24 Session: Semester 1. or to purchase or search a handbook. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment.au/handbooks . Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Social Work Exchange Units SCWK4009 Social Work Exchange Credit points: 24 Session: Semester 1. EDUF3554 Education Exchange Credit points: 24 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment.

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The primary focus will be on the United States in the 21st race. Semester 2 amid the challenges posed by: globalisation.au/handbooks .5-hr lecture/week. heroes. and criminal justice will be examined. Semester 2 US in the World Note: Department permission required for enrolment. AMST2803 American Studies Exchange USSC2601 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. 1x1-hr AMST2601 tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points Assessment: class American Foundations participation (10%). culture. political and cultural. The American electoral system and recent presidential This unit will investigate the global connectedness of the United States elections will be examined as will the careers of American presidents and how this relates to the core values and interests that define from the 1960s onwards. AMST2802 This unit introduces students to the complexity and diversity of the American Studies Exchange United States. Lastly. 1x2000wd essay (45%). Heroes & Renegades approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. The pedagogical aim of this unit is to provide students unit students should have a comprehensive understanding of American with analytical frames to understand the most important issues in domestic politics. each addressing a core national myth. participation in lectures (10%) AMST2804 This unit of study introduces students to the key global transformations American Studies Exchange of the contemporary era. character profile (25%) and 1x2000wd research essay (40%) Note: This unit is available to year 11 students only. and how they are affected by and affect the world outside USSC2603 the US. 1x2000-2500wd essay (45%). 1x1 hour Introduction to US Politics tutorial per week Assessment: 3x1000 word essays (22% each) and 1x1.edu. Arts units of study Arts units of study American Studies forces driving them. and/or History and/or Art History and Film. Chapel Hill. 1x1-hr America has often been described as a culturally backward. It is divided into different modules. 1x2000wd journal (25%). 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points Assessment: 4x800wd See AMST2801 essays (40%). literary and visual. ordinary and extraordinary. It will also examine how 'Americanness' from an interdisciplinary standpoint and prepares them these stereotypes impact on America's foreign relations with Europe. Semester 2 through the lens of its influential rebels. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1. AMST1001 Global America USSC2602 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2 hour lecture. The course views the historical and contemporary U. must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director Assessment: class participation (10%). and the emergence of China and India as world powers. society and the economy. 1x2hr exam (45%) and participation (10%) required to complete HSTY1076 American History from Lincoln to Clinton (offered in Semester 1) This unit introduces students to US political institutions and political culture. particularly the behaviour and views of key policy makers and opinion leaders. Such students Credit points: 6 Session: Summer Late Classes: Please consult Department.5-hr lecture/week. welfare. Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent USSC1010 of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in American Studies at an America: Rebels. nuclear proliferation. the Middle East and Australia. We will approach each module from a variety of angles: historiographical. 1x2hr exam (45%) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week.S. viewed as populist and anti-intellectual.5 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. By the end of the global century. the rise of Islamic Note: Department permission required for enrolment. contemporary American literature. 1x2000wd essay (35%). 1x1-hr hour exam (34%) tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points from Table A Assessment: Note: Students intending to study American Studies at senior level are also 1x2000-2500wd major paper (45%). focusing on the role of the United States Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. politics. In contrast America has also 1x1500wd take-home exam (30%) and tutorial participation (10%) been viewed as a haven from the Old World and as an exceptional nation. and staff at the University of North Carolina. opening AMST2801 lines of interrelation between historical and imaginary forms in the American Studies Exchange construction and ongoing redefinition of the United States. US public policies in the areas of America. known See AMST2801 and unsung. in the Faculty of Arts unsophisticated and uncouth nation with American politics frequently Assessment: 1x1000wd close-reading exercise (15%). has become such a powerful global force. 75 please visit the website: sydney. and male. Semester 2 this unit will include a module that involves collaboration with students Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Americanism and Anti-Americanism Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1. This unit will explore the origins and development of both these This unit introduces students to the contradictory richness of negative and positive opinions of America. By studying these people. and renegades: female Note: Department permission required for enrolment. we can gain insight into how the U. In 2011 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 junior level credit points in the departments of English. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1.S. participation in tutorials (15%). for the Major in American Studies. or to purchase or search a handbook. 1x1500wd of Undergraduate Studies in the American Studies Program. The unit is designed to give students the ability See AMST2801 to look behind today's news headlines to understand the underlying To view the latest updates. extremism.

one 1000 word research exercise (40%) and one 2 hour exam (30%) religious beliefs and practices throughout the ancient Greek world and trace how religion changed over time. the role of other festivals and the law and the lives of the elite and the AMST2806 "forgotten people". social 1 hour tutorial per week Prohibitions: ANHS1004. Latin. participation (15%). and shared notions of purity and pollution. Semester 2 into the fourth century B. perspectives to achieve a holistic view of the ancient world. Latin. ANHS2610 archaeology and literature. or Archaeology Powell B. American Studies Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. tales of lust sacrifice. will be considered. 1x2 hour exam (40%) and tutorial participation (10%) ANHS2603 Ancient Greek Democracies Sexy and subversive. This ANHS2612 unit of study will introduce you to the city of Rome itself. Propertius and Tibullus uncovers the interpenetration of 76 . From Spain to Turkey. internal dissention and the impact of empire? We will study one 500 word exercise (10%). Greek (Ancient). Topics will include: Why did the ancients invent tutorial per week Prohibitions: CLCV1001 Assessment: tutorial quizzes (15%). Morris. History. and literature. In the late Republic and early hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Ancient History Empire. and evaluate the evidence of historians and of inscriptions. Ancient Greek Religion See AMST2801 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1 hour lectures and 1x1 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Ancient History.Arts units of study AMST2805 This unit studies the rise and working of democracy in ancient Greece. tutorial participation (10%). Latin. her relation to other cities. Close reading of selected works by poets such as Ovid. It is informed by a cross-disciplinary SPQR: The Senate and the People of Rome approach that combines a variety of perspectives to achieve a holistic Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1 hour lectures and 1x1 view of the ancient world. music. hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Ancient History or History or Latin or Greek (Ancient) OR 6 junior credit points of Ancient History Textbooks and 6 junior credit points of either History. 1x2500 word class paper tradition. Routledge 2003 Greco-Roman historiography remains a central object of inquiry for ANHS1602 students of the ancient world. American Studies Exchange examining Athens from the time of Solon through the fifth century and Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. its uses and abuses from antiquity to the present day. Philosophy. or Archaeology Prohibitions: ANHS2691. It will provide a springboard Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2 hour lecture and 1x1 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Ancient History or for further studies in history. We will investigate similarities and differences between tasks (1000 words) (15%). the Roman world underwent drastic change: erotic poetry or History OR 6 junior credit points of Ancient History and 6 junior credit points flourished. cultural and religious context. hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Ancient History. participation (15%). one 1500 word research the partnership of senate and people from 287 to 88BC and ask the exercise (40%) and one 2 hour exam (35%) Romans whether a society always gets the politicians it deserves. ANHS1005 Assessment: change. Semester 2 ANHS2605 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. and monsters occupy Greco-Roman culture? How can modern historiographical theories an important place in Western culture. heroes. participation (10%) and 1x2 hour exam (40%) ANHS1601 What kind of society produced the Roman Republic? How did its Foundations for Ancient Rome political institutions develop and to what extent were they unique? Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: two 1 hour lectures and one How did they stand up to the pressures of external threat. 2nd edition. the use (and abuse) of and tyranny . Classical Myth. religious festivals and games. This unit examines these enduring ancient narratives. Greco-Roman mythology is illuminate ancient practices? the fount of inspiration for masterpieces of art. It is informed History or Asian Studies OR 6 junior credit points of Ancient History or History by a cross-disciplinary approach that combines a variety of or Asian Studies and 6 junior credit points of either Classical Studies. Classical Studies. This unit examines samples of Greek and Roman Myth Greco-Roman historiography in light of their original contexts and of Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2 hour lecture and 1x1 hour modern approaches. looking at both tragedy and comedy. 1x500 word reading journal (15%) and participation (15%) Foundations for Ancient Greece Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: two 1 hour lectures and one This unit explores Greek religion as a defining feature of what it meant 1 hour tutorial per week Prohibitions: ANHS1003 Assessment: Assessable to be Greek. This divination. The Romans: An Introduction.the Greek world has much to delight and surprise. or Archaeology Prohibitions: ANHS2003 Assessment: 1x2 hour exam (40%). exploring the complexities of masculinity and the power of of either Classical Studies. Greek (Ancient). (50%) and participation (10%) Catullus. and and how did they exploit literary representations of the past? What 1x2 hour exam (40%) were their methods and their criteria for ascertaining historical truths? How was history implicated in Greco-Roman literature and in Stories about Greek and Roman gods. See AMST2801 including the role of the theatre. Powell and I. Culture and Society. Greek (Ancient). 1x500 Pearson word assessment task (10%). such as women and slaves. Archaeology (Classical) or Archaeology (Near ANHS1600 Eastern) Assessment: 1x2000 word class paper (40%). graceful temples. We shall look at the history of Athens and Note: Department permission required for enrolment. History or Archaeology Assessment: 1x2000 word class paper (40%). ancient Rome has left physical and cultural reminders of its role as ancient superpower. The Greeks: History. History or Classical Studies OR 6 junior credit points of Ancient History or Textbooks Classical Studies and 6 junior credit points of either Latin. its turbulent Historiography Ancient and Modern history. playful and political: Roman love poetry is the Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1 hour lectures and 1x1 focus of this literature-in-translation unit. 1x1500 word essay (30%). and ANHS2617 mythical ideas in their historical. Greek (Ancient). its empire and its vibrant culture. Ancient Greek or History OR 6 junior credit points of Ancient Ancient History History and 6 junior credit points of either Latin. symbols. Prentice Hall 2009 Assessment: 1x1000 word tutorial paper (20%). its transformations and Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1 hour lectures and 1x1 transgressions. B. 1x2 hour exam (30%).C. Greek (Ancient). Classical Studies. 1x2 hour exam (30%). epic stories of heroes. Athenian political institutions and social history. Topics addressed include Delphic oracles. archaeology and literature. ANHS2692 Assessment: 1x2000 word class paper (40%). Sex and Poetry in Ancient Rome about the manifold meanings of myth. unit of study will introduce you to the study of ancient Greek history and culture and provides a springboard for further studies in history. from Britain to Africa. Learn Love. London. 6th ed. 1x500 Textbooks word reading journal (15%) and participation (15%) Kamm A. 1x1500 word written assignment (35%).

Semester 2 and 6 junior credit points of either History. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to ANHS4011 Corequisites: ANHS4011 Assessment: Refer to ANHS4011 ANHS3611 Research Issues in Roman Studies Refer to ANHS4011 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. These Revisiting Delphi: Oracles and the Oracular from Antiquity to the masterpieces treat issues of universal concern: life. the each seminar meeting for 2 hours per week for one semester Prerequisites: development of court ceremonial. Your research paper will Ancient History Honours D treat an aspect of that topic chosen by you with advice from your Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1.You will undertake a detailed study of a topic relevant ANHS4014 to Roman studies selected by your teacher. Greek (Ancient). the method of ethnography. Ancient History Exchange Greek (Ancient). including library resources and technology. This unit explores in detail these Ancient History Honours B brilliant and influential poems. These examples will introduce modern Anthropology. Semester 2 Anthropology Note: Department permission required for enrolment. The Later Roman Empire (AD 286-474) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1 hour lectures and 1x1 ANHS2811 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Ancient History. 1x2hr exam (40%) and tutorial participation (15%) ANHS2805 Anthropology explores and explains cultural difference while affirming Ancient History Exchange the unity of humankind.000 words in length. Honours values. Latin. 1x2 hour exam (40%) Note: Department permission required for enrolment. cultural difference from the present and the past. Lectures will address some examples of Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Ancient History Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Through the Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. the emergence of new styles of art and literature and the (or equivalent) Assessment: a thesis of 18. Archaeology Ancient History Honours C including ANHS2691 or HSTY2691 Assessment: 1x6000 word research essay Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. History. and journeys of experience. Vergil's Aeneid recounts the foundations of Rome. The Honours program in Ancient History consists of: 1. war. and participation (10%) ANHS4011 This unit will focus on the transformation of the Classical Mediterranean Ancient History Honours A into the radically different world of Late Antiquity. tutorial participation seminars is worth 25%. It provides accounts of cultural specificity that Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Summer Main Classes: 2x1 hour lectures per week Prerequisites: Credit average in 18 senior credit points of ANHS4013 Ancient History. 1x2 hour exam (40%). Arts units of study amor and Roma. ANTH1001 ANHS2804 Cultural Difference: An Introduction Ancient History Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. a thesis written under the supervision of one or more members of ANHS2619 academic staff The World of Ancient Epic 2. Greek (Ancient). Ancient History Exchange Textbooks Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to (100%) ANHS4011 Corequisites: ANHS4012 Assessment: Refer to ANHS4011 This seminar offers an introduction to advanced research design and Refer to ANHS4011 techniques in Roman history and culture. Semester 2 Classes: two seminars. Present (Dr Julia Kindt) fate. the supernatural. or Asian Studies and 6 junior credit points of either Classical Studies.000 words of written work or its equivalent for each seminar growing prominence of barbarians . Semester 2 ANHS2618 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1 hour lectures and 1x1 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Ancient History The thesis should be of 18. death.000 word and 6. Classical Studies. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to teacher and your class. Latin. or Archaeology Assessment: 1x1000 word tutorial paper The thesis is worth 50% of the final Honours mark and each of the (20%). and coordinator. of a society often erroneously dismissed as a period of decline and fall. opening up multiple perspectives on the development ANHS2810 and anxieties of love poetry in Rome and beyond. ANHS4011 Corequisites: ANHS4013 Assessment: Refer to ANHS4011 ANHS1801 Refer to ANHS4011 Ancient History Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. contact Dr Alastair Blanshard. Semester 2 lectures/week. Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1.000-20. 77 . Semester 2 readings will be available at the University Copy Centre Note: Department permission required for enrolment.the unit will reveal the vibrancy Note: Department permission required for enrolment.000 words of written work or it equivalent. Homer's Iliad and The Mediterranean World 51-30BC (Dr Kathryn Welch) Odyssey are both entertainment and serious explorations of social For more information. Philosophy or Archaeology Assessment: 1x2500 word essay (50%). love. two seminars that meet weekly for two hours for one semester. considers the individual's plight amid unstoppable historical and supernatural forces. exploration of topics such as the growth of imperial bureaucracy. (10%) The following seminars are on offer in 2011: Ancient epic helped shape the European cultural imagination. 1x1500 word essay (30%). Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Latin or History OR 6 junior credit points of Ancient History Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1.000-20. the displacement of polytheism by Credit average in 48 credit points of senior Ancient History including ANHS2612 Christianity. Each seminar or History or Asian Studies OR 6 junior credit points of Ancient History or History requires 6. 1x1500wd essay (30%). Latin. and its ANHS2806 related forms of social and cultural analysis. 1x1hr tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prohibitions: ANTH1003 Assessment: 1x1000wd essay (15%). Summer Late Classes: 2x1hr Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Greek (Ancient). Lucan's Civil War presents a disturbing vision of ANHS4012 a world descending into chaos. Semester 2 illuminate the world today.

ANTH2628 Textbooks Migration and Migrant Cultures readings available from the University Copy Centre Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week. The unit examines Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week. from primate cities to primary forests. and (c) the relation between the growth of migration historical aspects of this unique field of anthropological inquiry. the attempts through state and international political and legal systems to control Anthropology's long-term ethnographic method. static and small scale traditions. Indigenous difference was locked Culture and Development into past-oriented. 1x1-hr example through ritual. 1x1000wd essay (15%) and tutorial participation (10%) including North America. Summer Late Classes: 1x2-hr A comparative study of race and ethnic group relations. the transformations of ANTH2627 colonial and post-colonial cultures. This course process in colonial. ANTH2629 Race and Ethnic Relations Textbooks readings will be available at the University Copy Centre Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week. some of the key issues associated with globalisation: the culturally ethnicity. ethnographic and modernity. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. theoretical. the transnational communities emanating from global population movements. 1x1500wd take-home exam (40%) and debate participation (15%) Culture and the Unconscious Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week. (20%).and fourth world settings. 1x2hr exam (35%) and tutorial participation (10%) Textbooks readings will be available at the University Copy Centre Australian Aboriginal peoples have always engaged with the 'modern world' but Enlightenment ideas established a colonial context ANTH2625 juxtaposing modernity with tradition. allows for a particularly intimate understanding of to 'develop'. Key shows the importance of this experiential intimacy for understanding themes include: resource politics. All populations and race relations. 1x1. 1x1-hr tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from Textbooks Anthropology Prohibitions: ANTH2027 Assessment: 1x1000wd essay (30%). The unit landscapes. civility. post-colonial. It will draw on studies from various areas Assessment: 1x2000wd essay (40%).Arts units of study ANTH1002 Anthropology Assessment: 1x1500wd essay (45%).5hr exam (35%). ANTH2121 Assessment: 1x2500wd essay (45%). Japan and Australia. This unit compares the variety of local forms of this people's experiences of the social worlds they inhabit. It is framed by three general and Anthropology Assessment: 1x3500wd essay (70%) and 1x2hr exam (30%) connecting themes: (a) anthropology's turn from bounded cultures to This is a unit on psychoanalytic anthropology. With the focus on the the study of movement and contested identities. 2x250wd assignments to the articulation of power and social change are also considered. how bodies are socially constructed. ANTH2623 1x2000wd essay (40%) and 1x1. 1x2500wd essay (45%) Anthropology and the Global and tutorial participation (10%) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1hr lectures/week. 1x1hr Development is the tension between new forms of wealth. Firstly. their respective tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from critiques. 1x1hr some key concepts of modernity. in terms of productive activities. (b) the role of unconscious dimension of human cultural existence the unit critically migration in transnational relations with a focus on middle and late examines the systematic topical. the politics of the family. This unit also examines the various readings will be available at the University Copy Centre approaches anthropologists have used for the task of conceptualising of and writing about these. 1x1hr This unit will examine major theoretical approaches. ANTH2023 their relationship to ethnicity. 'well-being'. human tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prohibitions: ANTH1004 Assessment: 1x2500wd essay (45%). The unit will lecture/week. within a specific that process. 'life-death'. social units. 1x2hr exam (45%) and tutorial participation (10%) wants and structures of inequality generated by capital. The relations of the dimensions of the body tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from Anthropology Assessment: 1x2000wd essay (35%). and the methods that underpin them. This unit of study will include culturally located case studies of major contemporary examines how humans have made meaningful lives in these contexts health concerns such as AIDS. readings will be available at the University Copy Centre 1x3000wd take-home exam (60%) and tutorial participation (10%) ANTH2601 Medical anthropology is a comparative and ethnographic response The Ethnography of Southeast Asia to the global influence of biomedicine within diverse cultural worlds. corruption and contemporary violence. tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from 78 . 1x3000wd take-home exam (50%) and tutorial participation (15%) 'health/illness'. how the body is culturally constructed by ANTH2630 giving aspects of gender and sexuality meanings that do not simply Indigenous Australians and Modernity reflect biology. especially as this has unfolded in psychoanalytic conceptual frameworks are elucidated and assessed Australia. 1x1hr tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from Anthropology Prohibitions: ANTH2117 Assessment: 1x1000wd essay (15%). including progress. diverse forms of global capitalism. The main focus is the body in two interrelated senses. through ethno-psychoanalytic work done in different cultural life-worlds. and the specificity of the local social systems they seek cultural setting. 'disease'.5hr exam (35%) and participation (10%) Gender: Anthropological Studies Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. and 'body/mind' will be located in a variety of cultural contexts and their implications for Southeast Asia comprises a broad spectrum of social and ecological different approaches to diagnosis and treatment considered. Concepts such as Anthropology Assessment: 1x1000wd essay (35%). 1x1hr This unit of study examines human migration and settlement from an tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from anthropological perspective. religion. for Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. Textbooks This unit explores the social and cultural dimensions of gender and reading lists will be available at the beginning of lectures sexuality in non-western societies. Secondly. the Caribbean. Textbooks Firmly grounded in detailed ethnographic evidence the unit provides readings will be available at the University Copy Centre a comprehensive phenomenological-existential validation of the discipline and its contribution to both anthropology and psychoanalysis. 1x1-hr tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 12 junior consider the history of ideas of 'race' and practices of racialising and credit points of Anthropology Prohibitions: ANTH2020. third. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week. change. political formations and Textbooks cultural representations. 1x1hr tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from ANTH2606 Anthropology Prohibitions: ANTH2120. the rise of global movements and Medical Anthropology the corresponding transformation of Western nationalism.

Issues Textbooks include: the history of the method. economy. ANTH3602 Textbooks Reading Ethnography readings will be available at the University Copy Centre Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2hr seminar/week Prerequisites: 12 Senior credit points from Anthropology at credit level or above ANTH2653 Prohibitions: ANTH3611. struggles over the Social Anthropology Exchange definition and control of space. 79 . 1x1hr ANTH2810 tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from Social Anthropology Exchange Anthropology Prohibitions: ANTH2501 Assessment: 1x2000wd essay (35%) and 1x2500wd essay (65%) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. termed ethnography. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Readings available from the University Copy Centre Textbooks readings will be available at the University Copy Centre ANTH3601 Contemporary Theory and Anthropology ANTH2631 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week. the way that fieldwork experience shapes the method. and the arts (painting. chiefly. is grounded 1) exploring key concepts of anthropological analysis and critique. Semester 2 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week. market). 1x2hr 1x2500wd essay (40%) and 1x3500wd essay (60%) tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from Anthropology Assessment: 1x1500wd essay (30%) and 1x3000wd fieldwork-based project (60%) and tutorial participation (10%) This honours preparation unit will assist students to define their objectives in anthropology and anticipate their honours year through: Anthropology's distinctive method. money as bitter are Social Anthropology Exchange treated as signs of such systemic conflict. 2) in long term participation in the cultural contexts that anthropologists increasing their knowledge of the ethnographic method and its describe and analyse. History of Anthropological Thought Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week. Semester 2 specific social practice and as an irreducible dimension of any social Note: Department permission required for enrolment. the law. Prohibitions: ANTH3911 Assessment: 1x3000wd essay (50%). Anthropology.5hr exam (35%) and tutorial presentation/participation (15%) ANTH2804 Social Anthropology Exchange Space/place appears in anthropology as both a product of historically Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. work. The unit will explore Aboriginal engagement with. the diverse situations in which reader will be available at the University Copy Centre anthropologists practice. reading lists will be available at the beginning of semester ANTH1802 ANTH2655 Social Anthropology Exchange The Social Production of Space Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Textbooks ANTH2806 reading lists will be available at the beginning of lectures Social Anthropology Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. for critical thought and coordinated with the topics and debates in instance.so as to shed light on Australian the Western world-views of the last two centuries. Characterisations of economic practice are as corrupt. 1x1.and modernity itself . Students will devise and report on their own project. This unit explores the disciplined but open contemporary challenges. Semester 2 Textbooks Note: Department permission required for enrolment. formation. 1x1hr already enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from Anthropology Assessment: 1x2500wd essay (60%) and 1x2hr exam (40%) Ethnography is grounded on the 'participant observation' of social practice and the interpretation of values and experience in particular Economic anthropology teaches that there are different kinds of social contexts. conflicts that arise from their articulation within a global system. of interpretation that are embedded in the lives of its subjects. irrational. as colonial trajectory is systematically referred to its much longer tradition of subjects. ANTH3613. ANTH3614 Assessment: 2x3000wd essays (100%) Economy and Culture Note: this unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit for students who are Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1hr lectures/week. This historical Indigenous people's experiences. vehicles. This unit surveys the key thinkers. past and present. space/time as an aspect of any world. 1x1hr Being There: Method in Anthropology seminar/week Prerequisites: 12 Senior credit points from Anthropology at credit level or above Prohibitions: ANTH3921. grounded in different forms of value (gift. profit as the work of the devil. It makes the strange familiar. as are the debates in anthropology. ANTH3922 Assessment: Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week. music etc) contemporary anthropological discourses. Semester 2 and lineages set against the backdrop of general ideas that defined Note: Department permission required for enrolment. analysis. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1.This theoretical tension will be explored through examination of such themes as: the contradiction between the global as abstract ANTH2805 space and the local as qualitatively distinct place. theories and ethnographic researches that have shaped the historical development of ANTH2811 anthropological thought. ANTH3612. The nature of these design and the development of regionally and thematically specific differences is explored through ethnographic studies. The central focus is on the interrelationships Social Anthropology Exchange and differences between the Continental. 1x1hr tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from Note: Department permission required for enrolment. and the familiar strange. black. Semester 2 ANTH2666 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. ANTH1801 informal. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 centre/periphery and inside/outside as pervasive tropes of social Note: Department permission required for enrolment. as practices through which Aboriginal people have sought 'alternative Textbooks modernities'. commodity) and This unit will focus on the relationship between research methods and on different rationalities (kinship. 3) developing library research skills and nature of anthropological research and the radically contextual modes experience in formulating a research project. British and American thinkers Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Arts units of study tradition .

class participation (5%) exercises and drills. reading and Social Anthropology Honours A writing skills in living Arabic. Stage 2. Prerequisites: ARBC1101 or ARBC1611 Prohibitions: ARBC1311. ANTH4014 Assessment: a thesis of structured method of progression. a thesis written under the supervision of one member of academic staff ARBC2613 2. ARBC1312. ARBC1102 Assessment: 1x2. Beirut. through lively dialogues. written and oral exercises (equivalent to 800wds) Social Anthropology Honours D (20%).5-hr exam (equivalent to 2000wds) (50%). On completion of this unit. Textbooks refer to ANTH4011 Language material and a selection of literary texts will be available (consult the department) ANTH4013 Social Anthropology Honours C ARBC2614 Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. as well as building up their ability to read. On completion of this unit. 1x1000wd mid-semester exam (25%). ARBC1102 Assessment: 1x2. ARBC2634. in Arabic Beginners (subject to placement test) Prohibitions: ARBC1311 Assessment: 1x2. Living Arabic in Context: Arabic for Beginners. ARBC2633. in their societal context. develop their analytical and critical skills through reading of a variety of Arabic texts by writers from different Arab ARBC1612 countries. Semester 2 Classes: two seminars. Chair of Department Arabic vocabulary and structures.5hr mid semester exam (25%). Each seminar Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 4x1-hr seminars/week requires 6000wds of written work. both aural/oral and written. Requirements for the Pass degree must be completed befor entry to level 4000 honours units of study. two seminars that meet weekly for 2-3 hrs each in Semester 1 Arabic Language and Literature 3B The thesis should be of 18000-20000wds in length.Arts units of study ANTH4011 This unit aims to strengthen students' listening. through realistic dialogues and class activity. 1x2.5hr mid-semester exam (25%). Emphasis will be on building up Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. role-playing and the use of a range of recorded Arabic Introductory 1B material in Arabic. Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. On completion of this unit. It is meant for ARBC2633 students with no previous learning experience of the language. (20%). Prohibitions: ARBC1311. Students will learn basic vocabulary. including writing Textbooks and translation. Literature and Culture prominent authors in their societal context. ARBC2103 Assessment: 1x2. seminar students progress to ARBC2613. using realistic patterns. written and oral exercises (equivalent to 800wds) seminars is worth 20%. Semester 2 Corequisites: ANTH4011 students progress to ARBC2614. 1x2. ARBC1311. rather than formal grammar. ARBC2634. This unit aims to strengthen practical language skills. reading and writing.5hr exam The thesis is worth 60% of the final Honours mark and each of the (equivalent to 2000wds) (50%).5hr mid-semester exam (25%) and class participation (5%) 80 . students progress to Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 4x1-hr seminars/week ARBC3615. 2005 literature and culture. Textbooks ARBC1312. speaking. exercises (equivalent to 800wds) (20%). realistic conversational situations. rather than formal grammar. (Consult participation (5%) the department. ARBC3638 Assessment: 1x2. using modern standard Prerequisites: HSC Arabic Extension or Arabic Continuers or 70% or above and educated every-day Arabic. modern standard and educated every-day Arabic. ARBC3637. exercises 18000-20000 words and 6000 words of written work or its equivalent for each and drills. On completion of this unit. ARBC1312. syntax of Arabic are gradually introduced in context through a Corequisites: ANTH4012. Semester 2 Corequisites: ANTH4012 Arabic Language and Literature 4B Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 4x1-hr seminars/week refer to ANTH4011 Prerequisites: ARBC2103 or ARBC2613 Prohibitions: ARBC2104. written and oral language structures. ARBC2313.5hr exam (equivalent to 2000wds) (50%). including role-playing. contact Prof Linda Connor. morphology and syntax of Arabic in context. Living Arabic in Context: An Introductory Course. or its equivalent. ANTH4014 ARBC3635. ARBC2314. written and oral exercises (equivalent to 800wds) (20%). 1x2. communicative ability as well as extending the vocabulary and each seminar meets weekly for 2-3 hours during semester one Prerequisites: language structures through realistic dialogues and story lines in 48 senior credit points in Anthropology with at least a credit average grade. class participation (5%) The department will offer the following two Honours seminars in 2011: This unit aims to extend students' language skills in Arabic and enable Anthropology of the Nation-State them to appreciate Arabic literary texts. ARBC1101. class Language material and a selection of literary texts will be available. appreciate and discuss samples of Arabic literature by Arabic Language. Students will be able to build Levi-Strauss: from Phenomenology to Psychoanalysis up their communicative ability and extend their knowledge of modern For more information.5hr mid-semester exam (25%). students progress to ARBC1612 in second semester.) This unit aims to teach Arabic as a living language. 2004 (consult the department for textbook and audio CDs) 1. ANTH4013. written and oral exercises Textbooks (equivalent to 800wds) (20%). Morphology and Units must include ANTH3601 and ANTH3602. Textbooks The Honours program in Anthropology consists of: Nijmeh Hajjar. The Arabic Advanced Language & Literature 3A unit is designed to introduce and build up basic language skills: Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 3x1-hr seminars/week listening and speaking. 1x2. They will be introduced to modern ANTH4012 Arabic literature through reading and discussing selected texts by Social Anthropology Honours B prominent authors. social and cultural issues and Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 4x1-hr seminars/week in contemporary Arabic literature in general.5hr exam (equivalent to 2000wds) (50%). Prerequisites: ARBC1102 or ARBC1612 Prohibitions: ARBC1311. Students will be able to extend their knowledge of Arabic vocabulary and structures through ARBC1611 realistic dialogues. ARBC3636. focusing on themes of modernity and identity as reflected Arabic Introductory 2B in modern Arabic essays on political. to enrich the students' understanding of Arabic Nijmeh Hajjar. story lines. ARBC1312. ARBC2633. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Corequisites: ANTH4013 This unit aims at further strengthening students' communicative skills refer to ANTH4011 in Arabic.5hr exam (equivalent to 2000wds) A dossier of texts will be provided (50%). Sydney. class participation (5%) Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1.

including creative literature. written and oral (equivalent to 2000wds) (50%). ARBC1312. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr seminars/week Prerequisites: ARBC1312 or ARBC2633 Prohibitions: ARBC2313. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr seminars/week ARBC1311.5hr mid-semester exam (25%). technical and literary documents. ARBC3638 This unit aims to strengthen advanced practical language skills in Assessment: 1x2. written and oral exercises (equivalent to 800wds) (equivalent to 2000wds) (50%). written and oral exercises (equivalent to 800wds) exercises (equivalent to 800wds) (20%). the press. ARBC1611. A dossier of texts will be provided Textbooks Consult the department ARBC3615 Arabic Language and Literature 5B ARBC3637 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 4x1-hr seminars/week Arabic Advanced Translation & Writing 7A Prerequisites: ARBC2104 or ARBC2614 Prohibitions: ARBC2105. reading. using through translation methodology and skills. Arts units of study ARBC2634 ARBC3636 Arabic Advanced Language & Literature 4A Arabic Advanced for Media Studies 6A Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 3x1-hr seminars/week Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr seminars/week Prerequisites: ARBC1311 or ARBC2633 Prohibitions: ARBC1312. Semester 2 Textbooks Note: Department permission required for enrolment. including writing and Arabic. with focus exercises (equivalent to 800wds) (20%). technical and literary documents. written and oral Arabic. Arabic Exchange Practical tasks will include translation from Arabic into English and Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. and to develop their analytical and critical skills through media and culture and to develop their practical and critical skills reading of modern Arabic writers from various Arab countries. On completion of this unit. The unit is designed to realistic dialogues in modern standard and educated every-day Arabic. Practical tasks will include translation from Arabic to extend students' knowledge and appreciation of Arabic literature into English and vice versa.5hr mid-semester exam (25%). Prerequisites: ARBC1312 or ARBC2633 Prohibitions: ARBC2315. ARBC1612 Assessment: 1x2hr exam Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 4x1-hr seminars/week (equivalent to 2000wds) (50%). (20%). ARBC2314. translation and communication. ARBC1611. written and oral exercises (equivalent to 800wds) (20%). ARBC2314 Assessment: 1x2hr exam (equivalent to 2000wds) (50%). using realistic contexts and a wide range and culture through reading and discussion of representative texts by of texts. reading and interpreting skills. class participation (5%) ARBC1311. It equally aims interpreting ability. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. students progress to Textbooks ARBC3616. further strengthen students' advanced writing. class participation (5%) This unit aims to strengthen practical language skills in Arabic. (20%). ARBC3635. written and oral exercises (equivalent to 800wds) (20%). ARBC1312. 1x2. Arabic Language and Literature 6B ARBC1101. The course is designed to further ARBC2814 develop students' advanced writing. building This unit aims to strengthen advanced practical language skills in on the approach followed in semester 1. Consult the department This unit equally aims to extend the students' knowledge and appreciation of Arabic literature and culture through reading and ARBC2811 discussion of further representative texts by major Arabic authors in Arabic Exchange their societal context. ARBC1101. Textbooks Consult the department 81 . ARBC1611. Prerequisites: ARBC1312 or ARBC2633 Prohibitions: ARBC1101. Semester 2 vice versa. ARBC1102. 1x2.5hr mid-semester exam (25%). both written and electronic.5hr mid-semester exam (25%). translation and and samples of the Arabic press and electronic media.5hr exam ARBC1102.5hr mid-semester exam (25%). 1x2. ARBC3636. with examples from correspondence and basic scientific. 1x2.5hr exam (equivalent to 2500wds) (50%). including creative literature. ARBC2316. reading and listening to material from the contemporary Arabic media.5hr mid-semester exam (25%). different genres. ARBC2313. ARBC1611. ARBC3636. 1x2. ARBC3637. ARBC1612 Assessment: 1x2hr exam Arabic Exchange (equivalent to 2000wds) (50%). ARBC1612 Assessment: 1x2hr exam Assessment: 1x2. ARBC3638 ARBC1101. ARBC2316. with focus on living Arabic translation skills to enrich students' understanding of Arabic literature for media studies to enrich the students' understanding of Arabic and culture. media. ARBC3635. ARBC1102. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. ARBC1611. 1x2. business and diplomatic major Arabic authors in their societal context. class participation (5%) (20%). ARBC2313. through dealing with a range of material related to the Arabic media. ARBC1612. ARBC2315. ARBC2314. Textbooks as well as writing and translation tasks relevant to real life situations. This unit aims to develop written fluency in Arabic and English through translation methodology and skills.5hr exam (equivalent to 2500wds) (50%). ARBC2633. class participation (5%) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1.5hr mid-semester exam (25%). ARBC2813 ARBC1101. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. including writing and communication. business and diplomatic correspondence and basic scientific. ARBC1612 Assessment: 1x2. Language material and a selection of literary texts will be available (consult the department) ARBC2812 Arabic Exchange ARBC3635 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. the press. ARBC1102. including writing. class participation (5%) class participation (5%) This unit aims to further develop written fluency in Arabic and English This unit aims to consolidate students' communicative skills. class participation (5%) on living Arabic for media studies to enrich the students' understanding of Arabic media and culture and to develop their practical and critical This unit aims to consolidate the students' competence in Arabic skills through dealing with a range of material related to the Arabic through dialogues in modern standard and educated every-day Arabic. ARBC2634. ARBC1102. Textbooks both written and electronic. 1x2. using a wide range of texts. Semester 2 Arabic Advanced Translation & Writing 5A Note: Department permission required for enrolment. ARBC2315. ARBC2634. written and oral exercises (equivalent to 800wds) Prerequisites: ARBC2105 or ARBC3615 Prohibitions: ARBC2106. ARBC3637. Consult the department Textbooks Language material and a selection of literary texts will be available (consult the ARBC3638 department) Arabic Advanced for Media Studies 8A ARBC3616 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr seminars/week Prerequisites: ARBC1312 or ARBC2633 Prohibitions: ARBC2316. ARBC2633. with examples from different genres.

Islamic political movements tutorial/week Assessment: 1x2000wd essay (40%). the concept of knowledge. 'terrorism'. Pillars of Approaches to Arabic and Islamic Studies Islam and Community. On completion of this or an additional 1000wd assignment in English (20%). Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. It will enable students to Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. 1x1-hr radicalism. 1xclass presentation (20%). Islam and legitimacy of (20%). research tools and critical methodologies in various aspects of Arabic. the importance of Arab trade and seafaring. Textbooks This unit. 1x1-hr Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. aspects of Middle Eastern socio-economic and credit in ARBC2613 or ARBC3635 or ARBC2103 or ARBC2313 and cultural life in the age of the Caliphate as a background to the Assessment: 1x3000wd essay in English (40%). geometry Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 1x2250wd take-home exam (40%). The unit deals with the significance of acculturation and Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 1x500wd summary in Arabic early modern Middle East up to Ottoman times. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. Islamic and Middle Eastern Themes include: The scope of classical Arabic learning: Qur'anic Studies. Assessment: A thesis of 18000-20000 words and 2500 words of written work or its equivalent for each seminar. current debates on the 'Islamic threat'. class each seminar meets weekly for 2 hours for one semester Prerequisites: A presentation (20%) total of 48 credit points in a combination of ARBC and ARIS senior units. Islamic traditionalism. 1x2hr final exam (40%) political regimes. 1x1-hr discuss issues with established researchers and to carry out practical tutorial/week Prerequisites: ARIS1001 or ARIS1671 Assessment: 1x2000wd exercises aimed at developing their critical and analytical skills and essay (40%). Islam Islamic-Western mutual perceptions. 1x2hr final exam (40%) their ability to embark on their own individual research projects under This unit focuses on Arab and Islamic Learning. ARIS2674 ARIS4011 Islam and Politics: Modernity Challenges Arabic and Islamic Studies Honours A Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. students should proceed to ARIS3675 and ARIS3676 in the year 2012 and to ARIS2673 and ARIS2802 ARIS2675 in the year 2013. the early Arab Islamic Caliphate. Islamic and Middle ARIS1672 Eastern Studies today and familiarise them with a range of available Arab-Islamic Civilisation: Introduction resources to support research in this field. the Hellenistic legacy in Arabic Textbooks learning. These include the 36 credit points of the major in Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit for students who Arabic and Islamic Studies. 1xclass presentation in Arab countries. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: ARIS1001 or ARIS1671 Prohibitions: ARIS2004 Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. Assessment: 1x2250wd essay (40%). Arab and Islamic aesthetics: religious and secular art. mysticism and the Arab World Islam & Middle East Exchange Sufi orders. the role of calligraphy. will Course readings and bibliography will be available provide students with a grounding in approaches. Muslim minorities in the world. Semester 2 tutorial/week Prerequisites: ARIS1001 or ARIS1671 Prohibitions: ARIS2003 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. with at least a Credit average. North Africa and Asia. Jihad and 'fundamentalism'. plus two more senior units. bibliography and brief notes will be available historiography. Semester 2 This unit of study focuses on the role of Islam in world history through Note: Department permission required for enrolment. (including the special are already enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. Semester 2 architectural design and decoration. environment and society. bibliography and brief notes will be available Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Course readings. 'clash of civilisations' and This unit provides an introduction to the study of the Arab world. ARIS3680 Approaches to Arabic and Islamic Studies). adaptation of Islamic traditions in different parts of Africa and Asia ARIS2806 and the role of urbanisation and trade in Islamic history. Iran and Asia. the Sunna-Shi'a divergence Arabs. which is a prerequisite for intending honours students. Arab World Islam & Middle East Exchange Textbooks Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. geographical writings and Course readings. and the Middle East. Spirituality and Art. On completion of this unit. Islamic philosophy and sciences. ARIS3680 the rise of Islam: the Prophet Muhammad and the Qur'an. bibliography and brief notes will be available historical orientations. 2x1000wd oral presentations in either Arabic or English (40%) unit. and arabesque. the Arabs and the world of late antiquity. ARIS1671 Issues include: Islamic political thought. Islamic asceticism. Main themes include: Geographical setting and Textbooks Course readings. Semester 2 Classes: Two seminars. class presentation (20%) ARIS2804 Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit for students who Arab World Islam & Middle East Exchange are already enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. ARIS2673 ARIS2803 Islam and Muslims in World History Arab World Islam & Middle East Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. Islamic law and society. It focuses on Arab and Islamic society and culture in the Middle East. supervision in specific areas of Arab. connections with Arab World Islam & Middle East Exchange Eastern Christianity. entry unit.Arts units of study Arab World. 82 . Semester 2 perspective. reform. contribution of Arabic-speaking Christian scholars to ARIS2801 classical Arab intellectual life. role of scholars. women and Prerequisites: Credit in ARIS2673 or ARIS3675 or ARIS2003 or ARIS2005. issues in Islamic theology. the Islamic-European encounter in Spain and Sicily and the Crusades from an Arab Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. the discussion of issues of intercultural relations and acculturation. particularly in the Middle East. Islam & Middle East: Introduction and the significance of Shi'a Islam. Arab World Islam & Middle East Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Assessment: 1x2250wd essay (40%). including Byzantium. Semester 2 Textbooks Course readings and bibliography will be available Note: Department permission required for enrolment. It ARIS2805 highlights Islam's place in the Mediterranean world. religion and Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr seminar/week politics in the Islamic tradition. 1x2250wd take-home exam (40%). Turkey. gender issues in Islam. students proceed to ARIS1672 in Semester 2. Islam and The Middle East This unit focuses on Islam as a political and cultural force in the modern world. studies and Prophetic traditions.

lectures and 1x1 hour tutorial per week Assessment: one 500 word assignment (15%). China. The unit includes lectures and on-campus training Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. 6 junior credit points of Archaeology plus 6 junior credit points of Ancient History It provides an essential introduction for senior units of study in Assessment: 1x2000 word essay (40%). one in-class test (40%). and how digital methods and web delivery have facilitated the use of visualisation and enabled greater Archaeology user engagement through interaction with online databases. This unit introduces key aspects of archaeological method and Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2 hour lecture and one 1 theory and explores links between archaeological practice and heritage hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Archaeology or issues of wide public interest based on archaeological case studies. Semester 2 Corequisites: ARIS4012 Maps. Archaeology is a dynamic world-wide discipline which draws on both ARCA2610 the sciences and humanities to interpret material remains of the human Minoans and Mycenaens past. social and religious life of the ordinary person Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Archaeology Prohibitions: ARPH2614 83 . Archaeological research since the 19th century discovery and excavation of Knossos and Mycenae continues to expand our ARCA2601 understanding about the rich prehistoric cultures of Greece but dimly Laboratory Methods remembered in later times. course journal (equivalent to 3000 words) (30%) and quizzes on reading By the end of this unit. The Refer to ARIS4011 ethical and legal aspects of archaeological field investigations will also ARIS4013 be considered. Hajjar) one 1000 word class test (40%) For more information contact. A special focus is on the practical ARIS4012 aspects of archaeological research design. one 1 hour final exam (equivalent to 1000 words) (30%). Dr Nijmeh Hajjar. the earliest forms of writing. Practical sessions offer students the opportunity to Ancient Civilisations become familiar with simple techniques and software tools for creating Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Summer Late Classes: 2x1 hour and publishing visualisations on the Web. to 1000 words) (30%). including site descriptions and field-plans. Bactria and Margiana (Central Asia). Greece and Rome. Assessment: two class tests (equivalent to 1000 words) (20%) and six workshop beginning with the growth of the first farming villages and going on to exercises (equivalent to 3500 words) (80%) explore the rise of kingdoms and empires. tape and compass site recording and surveys using dumpy-level. encyclopaedias. Semester 2 Corequisites: ARIS4013 This unit examines ways in which maps. and specific cases (sites.Egypt. The unit introduces students to key principles for the academic staff effective management and processing of archaeological finds and 2. We aim to of Archaeology plus 6 junior credit points of Ancient History or Classical Studies Prohibitions: ARNE1001 Assessment: one 1 hour mid-term exam (equivalent balance discussing broad issues relevant to all ancient civilisations. collaborative systems. Arabic and Islamic Studies Honours C ARCA2606 Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. and 1x2 hours of workshops per week (weeks 4-9) Prohibitions: ARPH1001 world. one 1500 word essay (35%). of various methods of analysis which can be used to produce different The thesis is worth 50% of the final Honours mark and each of the types of archaeological knowledge and interpretation. No Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Archaeology or 6 junior credit points prior knowledge of any of these societies is presumed. maps. seminars are worth 25%. Honours coordinator. Assessment: one 3000 word laboratory report (60%). tutorial presentation (15%). This unit is an essential introduction to the basic principles and skills involved in archaeological fieldwork. South Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1 hour lectures per week East Asia. Time and Visualisation Refer to ARIS4011 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1 hour lecture and 1x2 hour workshop per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points Prohibitions: ARIS4014 ARPH3690 Assessment: one 2000 word critical review (40%). you should have gained an appreciation of the assignments and maps (equivalent to 1000 words) (10%) major achievements and characteristics of many of the world's earliest This unit of study provides an introduction to the wide sweep of civilisations. The following seminars are on offer in 2011: ARCA2602 Field Methods Methodology of Research in Arabic and Islamic Studies (Dr Nijmeh Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1 hour lecture and 1x2 hour Hajjar) workshop per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Archaeology Practical Advanced Language for Research Purposes (Dr Nijmeh Prohibitions: ARPH3921 Assessment: one 3000 word report/lab book (60%). one 1500 word class test (40%) The Honours program in Arabic and Islamic Studies consists of: An introduction to post-fieldwork archaeological laboratory principles 1.a thesis written under the supervision of one or more members of and practices. recording and The thesis should be of 18000-20000 words in length. material remains) from specific civilisations. and how Archaeology: An Introduction civilisations developed in rich and varied ways across the ancient Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1 hour lectures. other materials excavated from archaeological sites. Recent shift of attention from palace Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x3 hour workshop per week centres to the economic. cultures that have shaped western and central Asia. timelines. the Indus Valley. Material is based within a broad chronological framework. two seminars that meet for two hours a week for one semester. Arts units of study Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 2x1 hour exams (40%) in this fascinating and topical field of study. Each seminar interpretation of data recorded from this material and the application requires 2500 words of written work or its equivalent. one 2 hour exam (50%) ARCA2608 This unit is a general introduction to the major civilisations of the Near Eastern Ancient Civilisations ancient world . including sampling and Arabic and Islamic Studies Honours B survey strategies. the first cities. Using archaeological evidence. Mesopotamia. project report (20%) Arabic and Islamic Studies Honours D Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. tutorial Archaeology and will also interest anyone with a more general interest work (5%). timelines and other forms of data visualisation are constructed and used to present archaeological Refer to ARIS4011 data and historical argument. students will learn about the development ARCA1002 of agriculture. animations ARCA1001 and 3D models. Semester 2 Corequisites: ARIS4011 in core survey techniques.

ARCA2615 Assessment: one 3500 word essay (45%). and Egypt) created a vital cultural dynamic History or Classical Studies Assessment: one 2000 word essay (50%). but Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: two 1 hour lectures and one concentrate especially on the Greek/Italian colonial interactions of the 1 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points from Archaeology. ARCA2613. colonists ARNE2606 and conquerors. Classical Civilisation or Ancient History. archaeozoology. tutorial participation (10%) ARCA2617 Analysis of Archaeological Materials This unit of study covers the archaeology of Central Asia from later Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x3 hour combined prehistory to the rise of Islam. readiing assignments equivalent to 750 ARCA3601 words (15%).g. Topics include 1x2000 word research paper (40%) and participation (10%) regional early state development in the Bronze Age. 84 . but also established the foundations receptivity. the region experienced repeated waves of migrants. religion. From the arrival of the earliest settled times to the 6th century AD. with special emphasis on the culture Ancient South Italy existed at a vital crossroads between the Eastern of the Elamites. iron. farmers in the 7th millennium BC to its conquest by the Romans. Persians. writing and presentation skills by investigating a key area equipment. tutorial/workshop based exercises (15%) throughout antiquity. Prohibitions: ARNE2901 Assessment: 1x3000 word research paper (50%). This unit traces communication and types of reception. 3000-1100 BC) are explored Greece and the East with focus on their characteristic features. carved decorations and equestrian analytical. with particular emphasis on technology. ceramics. digital methods. such An advanced seminar for students who wish to develop their research. India and Persia blending Assessment: 10xweekly quizzes (equivalent to 2500 words in total) (50%). Prerequisites: Credit average in 24 senior credit points of Archaeology Prohibitions: ARNE3901 Assessment: one 3500 word research paper (60%). readiing assignments equivalent to 500 words (10%).5 hour exam A Greek Odyssey: The First Millennium BC (25%) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: two 1 hour lectures and one 1 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Archaeology Greek interaction with the older civilisations to the East (Anatolia. the articulation of the "sources". archaeological materials to explore the relationship between the ARNE2691 material properties of an object and its analytical potential. and the Pacific) placed in global perspective and/or Museum and may vary from year to year. limestone. chronology and spatial distribution. and to various genres of materials. class presentation equivalent to 750 words (10%) Research in Australasian Archaeology Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. ARCA2612 ARCA2612. including copper-bronze. method and practice relevant to staff research projects (e. one tutorial presentation equivalent to 1000 words (20%). course journal equivalent to 1500 words (20%). Assessment: one 3000 word research first millennium BC. two 1 settlement patterns of the principal cultures inhabiting the Iranian hour class tests (40%). electron Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2 hour seminar per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Archaeology or 6 junior credit points microscopy and CT. landscape and History or Classical Studies Assessment: one 2000 word essay (40%). Parthians and Sasanians from prehistoric and Western Mediterranean. 1x2000 Contact and Exchange in South Italy word take-home exam (30%). The three ARCA3602 main cultures of Bronze Age Greece (ca. class presentation equivalent to 500 words (10%) Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit for students who are already enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: one 2 hour seminar per week Prerequisites: Credit average in 24 senior credit point of Archaeology A seminar-style introduction to the study of some of the most common Assessment: one 4000 word research report (60%). iconography. The unit also ARNE2603 examines the resonances of the ancient Aegean still evident in Introduction to the Archaeology of Iran contemporary Australia. with transformation. into those of Mesopotamia and the Classical World. of contemporary archaeological research. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1 hour lecture and 1x1 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Archaeology or 6 ARCA2614 junior credit points of Archaeology plus 6 junior credit points of Ancient History or Classical Studies Assessment: 1x2500 word research paper (40%). Near or 6 junior credit points of Archaeology plus 6 junior credit points of Ancient and Middle East. seminar presentations (5% and 25%) and one 1. as seals. style. pottery and ivory. A Material Culture combination of lectures and practical sessions provides a unique opportunity to examine techniques such as spectroscopy. weaponry. The changes which took place not only affected all reference to the areas of conceptual difficulty: the definition of cultural aspects of ancient Greek society.Arts units of study is aided by such discoveries as the Cycladic town at Akrotiri. the history and development of the Greek world as evidenced by the surviving material culture of the first millennium BC. The Unit will begin its survey in the Neolithic period. quizzes on Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: one 2 hour lecture and one reading assignments (10%) 1 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Archaeology or 6 junior credit points of Archaeology plus 6 junior credit points of Ancient An introduction to the art. archaeology. and the ways in which they are used in of Archaeology plus 6 junior credit points of Ancient History or Classical Studies archaeological analysis and interpretation. one 1. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: one 2 hour seminar per week Prerequisites: Credit result in two of the following units: ARCA2610. public archaeology and heritage Special Topics in West Asian Archaeology studies. historical archaeology. history and philosophy of archaeology. The region bridges east and west. This unit examines a variety of nomadic societies in the northern steppes. tutorial exercises equivalent to 500 words (20%) plateau and adjacent regions. Australia. archaeologies of Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: one 2 hour seminar per week colonialism). Areas of focus include the impact of relations with the East on Between 1050 and 146 BC the Aegean world underwent radical the development of Greek material culture in specific periods. and developed a distinctive and vibrant culture as a The Archaeology of Central Asia result. ARNE3691 spatial analysis. paper (60%).5 hour exam (35%). slide test equivalent to 500 words (10%). one 1500 word seminar paper (30%). with lecture/practical session Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of Archaeology cultural and political influences from China. current issues in archaeological theory. ARCA2611. one seminar presentation (equivalent to 500 words) (10%) categories of material in the Near East. the means of on which modern western civilization would later build. visitors. ARCA2614. the empire of the Kushans and the rise of techniques used in artefact analyses. manufacture. Achaemenid and An essential skill in archaeology is understanding the various analytical Hellenistic influences. not just in the seventh-century BC "orientalising" period. from year to year with primary emphasis on Australasian archaeology Material will normally be drawn from the collections of the Nicholson (Asia. 1x1000 word course journal (20%). 1x1500 word course journal (25%). Specific topics will vary function.

Asia. ARCA2611. Each seminar Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Historical Archaeology Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: one 2 hour lecture and one ARCA4011 1 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points of Archaeology Prohibitions: ARPH2702 Assessment: one 3000 word essay (60%). ARCA2613.g. analytical. Uni. writing and presentation skills by investigating a body of material from selected excavations in the Near East. each seminar meets weekly for 2 hours for one semester (or equivalent) This unit will introduce students to the international development of Prerequisites: Credit average or better in 48 senior credit points in Archaeology historical archaeology since 1960. ARNE2606. Semester 2 in consultation with the coordinator to suit the interests of students. ARCA2609. ARNE2601. ARCA2614. Australian and other case studies will be used to discuss exchange units). ARCA2602. Semester 2 1. ARCA2616. (b) credit or better ARPH2616 results in ARCA2612 and ARCA2615 (c) credit average results in any two of Public Archaeology ARCA2610. Because of its explicit links to (including cross-listed units for students doing Honours in Heritage Studies topics (see separate Heritage Studies entry). one Archaeology Honours A 1500 word class test (40%) Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. and c) credit average results in any three other Textbooks senior Archaeology or Heritage Studies units (including those listed above and M. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. and has been directly seminar influenced by shifts in both anthropology and history. Prohibitions: ARPH2010 Assessment: one 2500 word essay (50%). Topics may be chosen on a worldwide basis. contact Dr Ted Robinson (Chair of Department). clients and units of Archaeology units (including those listed above and senior Archaeology government. one Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. two seminars that meet weekly for two hours (or equivalent) each ARCA2802 for Semester 1. Archaeology Exchange The thesis should be of 18. historical archaeology 18000-20000 words and 6000 words of written work or its equivalent for each enjoys a uniquely interdisciplinary perspective. Semester 2 requires 6. Colley. and (d) credit Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: two 1 hour lectures and one average results in any three other senior Archaeology or Heritage Studies units 1 hour seminar per week Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points of Archaeology (including those in the list above and senior Archaeology exchange units). The thesis is worth 60% of the final Honours mark and each of the ARCA2803 seminars is worth 20%. one reading knowledge of French. Archaeology Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. The topic of ARCA2805 concentration for 2011 is Art History. one 1000 word in-class test (25%) Students who intend to specialise in Near Eastern and/or West Asian Archaeology at Honours should normally have obtained (a) credit or better result This unit introduces and discusses the theory and practice of in ARNE3691. Australia. ARPH2603. community groups. The Department will only approve Honours 1995) research topics which are considered appropriate to the content of senior units S. All students with credit or above results are encouraged to apply for Honours. following ARCA2603. the past to produce different kinds of archaeological knowledge and ARPH2617 (or equivalent). Please contact relevant Department staff for (Allen and Unwin. and (c) credit average results in 5 additional senior responsibilities to Indigenous peoples. 1000 word seminar write-up (25%). and (b) credit average results in 2 of the following: ARCA2604. 2002) advice and assistance. The Archaeology of Society Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: one 2 hour lecture and one ARCA2806 1 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points of Archaeology Archaeology Exchange Prohibitions: ARPH2003 Assessment: one 3000 word essay (60%). Students who intend to specialise in Classical Archaeology at Honours should normally have obtained (a) credit or better result in ARCA3602 or ARCA 3603 or ARCA 3604. ARPH2616 (or equivalent). ARCL2605. Indigenous People and the Public of study obtained by the student. ARNE2602. The current Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Uncovering Australia. Semester 2 History and Philosophy of Archaeology (Dr Sarah Colley) Note: Department permission required for enrolment.000-20. Archaeology. Semester 2 ARPH2603 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 85 . ARPH2612. a thesis written under the supervision of one or more members of Note: Department permission required for enrolment. ARCA2801 Archaeology Exchange The Honours program in Archaeology consists of: Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. ARNE2603. Italian or Modern Greek is recommended. ARCA2605. ARNE2691. Semester 2 ARPH2612 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. ARCA2606. ARCA2608. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Classes: two seminars. This unit of study can be used to conduct a detailed study of one region or to gain experience ARCA2808 of a diversity of regions and topics. archaeology in the public domain where archaeologists have ARNE2607. Note: These exact practice and international form of historical archaeology will therefore pre-requisites will be waived where students are unable to meet the new be explored in detail. Students who intend to specialise at Honours in other regional the public benefits of archaeology and ways in which government archaeology (e. ARPH2602. Heritage Studies or a thematic topic should normally have obtained (a) credit or better results in ARCA3600 or policies and legislation and issues surrounding ethics and ARCA3601 (b) credit or better results in at least two of the following hands-on professionalism interact with popular and public understandings of practical units ARCA2601.000 Archaeology Exchange years. Pearson and S. academic staff 2. Sullivan Looking after Heritage Places (Melb. Archaeology Exchange The following seminars are on offer in 2011: Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Approaches to Archaeological Research (Prof Roland Fletcher) For more information. Assessment: a thesis of historiography and documentary scholarship. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. German.000 words of written work or its equivalent. Essay and project topics are arranged on an individual basis Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Archaeology Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. requirements due to curriculum changes.000 words in length. A global introduction to the processes and issues involved in the major ARCA2807 transformation of human settlement behaviour over the past 15. Press senior Archaeology exchange units). (c) credit or better results in at least two of the practice which have historical and contemporary evidence. Arts units of study An advanced seminar for students who wish to develop their research. Semester 2 project equivalent to 1500 words (40%) Note: Department permission required for enrolment. ARCA2607. ARCA2804 Archaeology Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Pacific).

Radke. 1x1-hr alliance between art and absolutism. Refer to ARCA4011 This unit of study explores the development of a national tradition of art and architecture in France from the beginnings of absolutism to Art History the eve of the Revolution. urban imagery. postwar migration and multiculturalism. Verona. the commitment to an official Art and Experience system for educating young artists. the Textbooks focus will be on critical and theoretical issues affecting art practice Course Reader today: questions of appropriation and copyright. feminist. This unit studies the efflorescence of contemporary Aboriginal and historical analysis will be combined with discussions of the different Torres Strait Islander art. design and costume. Certain classes will be conducted at the Art Gallery of New South This unit of study will explore a range of alternative approaches to art Wales or the Museum of Contemporary Art. A key focus will be on recognising against a field of other cultural. Rimini. Gordon Bennett. the tutorial/week Assessment: 1x4000wd total essay and tutorial paper (100%) public display of art and the creation of new audiences. As with ARHT1001. Textbooks 86 . tutorial/week Prerequisites: ARHT1001 and ARHT1002 Prohibitions: historical analysis will be combined with discussions of the different ARHT2033 Assessment: 1x 2500wd essay (50%). London. 3rd ed. like Papunya Tula (from 1971) and bark painting in Arnhem Land. Only one landscape and erotic subjects in relation to major currents of introductory level workshop (worth 6 junior level credit points) is permitted.and how these change contemporary Koori art and Aboriginality in art by white Australians. familial and Archaeology Honours B princely patterns of artistic patronage. 1x1-hr of photography.10 minute presentation. and the relevance of postmodern and postcolonial tutorial/week Prerequisites: ARHT1001 and ARHT1002 Prohibitions: ARHT2010 Assessment: 1x1000wd visual test (35%). ARHT1001 Course Reader art criticism. alternatives to the 'Tuscanisation' of fourteenth-century ARCA4011 Corequisites: ARCA4011 art through a consideration of other centres such as Bologna. Textbooks ARHT1001 and ARHT1002 offer an introduction to the study of art Course Reader history and theory as it is taught at the Senior and Honours levels in ARHT2633 the department. architecture and costume. political and religious purpose addressed include artists' responses to World War II. 1x1500wd short-answer test (25%) visual materials. These are examined antiquity to the early modern period. both in France and in Rome. meanings the work was intended to embody . cultural. In each unit of study. more details please consult the Art Workshop on 9351 3115. the Cold War an object or building was designed to serve. and includes the Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week.Arts units of study ARCA4012 the implications of contemporary workshop practice. in relation to the thematic of the modern. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: ARHT1001 and ARHT1002 Prohibitions: ARHT2013 Assessment: 1x1000wd Exhibition essay (40%). Art and Experience: the European Tradition will focus This unit of study traces the shifting relations between modern art. social and political discourses. J. film.T. 1x1-hr examination of art from different cultures. the Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. 1x1000wd tutorial paper methodologies and approaches to the interpretation and study of these (25%). the relationship of art to native title and reconciliation. 1x1hr tutorial/week Assessment: 1x2500wd essay (55%) and 1x1500wd exam (45%) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. which makes up over half of today's methodologies and approaches to the interpretation and study of these Australian art market. Refer to ARCA4011 Textbooks ARCA4013 Recommended Readings: Paoletti. the Indigenous use and re-use Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. For Enlightenment thought.. and G. Students undertaking the Art History and Theory First Year Program are encouraged to enrol in a practical unit of of art criticism and architectural theory. study offered at the Art Workshop in the Faculty of Architecture. Lecturers will include produced in Italy during the late thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Padua and Venice. Art in Renaissance Italy. Topics to be investigated include: problems of monographic analysis. prominent Indigenous curators and artists. film. the market for Indigenous art (from ARHT2610 prestigious auctions to tourist shops). and the range of and Vietnam. 1x2-hr visual test ARCA4014 (40%). While providing a grounding in major movements visual materials. art and ecology. 1x class presentation theories in reading urban art. the portrayal of daily life. Visual material studied will include painting. examining this historical period Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. 1xExhibition Project (250wd plan. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to ARHT2613 ARCA4011 Corequisites: ARCA4012 The Art of France Refer to ARCA4011 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to 'naturalism'. art and electronic technologies. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled ARCA4011 Corequisites: ARCA4013 in the BA (Advanced) degree program.250wd posting) Archaeology Honours D (20%) Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. Rover Thomas and Emily Kngwarreye. ARHT1002 ARHT2636 Modern Times: Art and Film Contemporary Indigenous Australian Art Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. Art and Society in Trecento Italy the changing status of women artists. the meaning of Trecento Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. the artist and the courtier. 2005 Archaeology Honours C Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. The subject matter covers a wide range of art Postwar Australian Art and Film practices and media. across time. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: ARHT1001 and ARHT1002 Prohibitions: This unit of study will focus upon the art and visual culture of the ARHT2036 Assessment: 1x4000-4500 wd essay and 1x exhibition (100%) nineteenth and twentieth centuries. ongoing shifts in the treatment of traditional subjects such as Textbooks landscape. Topics of lectures and tutorials include the circumstances leading to the foundation of Academies and the ARHT1001 development of academic discourse. the emergence Practical field work: The Art Workshop. civic. on the history of art and architecture in Western Europe from classical modernism and postmodernism in Australia. the politics of curatorial practice. gay and lesbian cultural politics. Issues the importance of the social. Key figures treated will include Tracy (10%) 1x3000wd essay (55%) Moffatt.

Textbooks The Time Image. 'The Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Textbooks Art and Culture'. and of cinema to existent and performance (film as an art of movement and time) which includes emergent cultural forms. 1x1-hr following genres. including Italian Neo. Thames & Hudson. Through cultures and the cultural politics to such invention will form an essential explorations of text and material culture this course will examine major background to the unit. ARHT1002 or ENGL1025 or ENGL1026 aesthetics of these films. building or artwork report (33%). ARHT1002 Kerlogue. M. 1x1-hr tutorial/week and 1x2-hr film screening/week Jacques. peripheral communities and ARHT2655 minorities. Lee Grieveson and Peter Kramer (Routledge. Cinema 1. or New Wave movements art works and institutions in terms of critical notions of modernity which in post-World War II Europe. industry. and the historiography of Southeast Asia. ASNS1002/1602) or (ASNS1001/1601 and ASNS1101) or (any one of Despite the historical component of the unit it is not structured ARPH1001. These concepts integral to modernity will be ARHT2656 explored through a study of Early American cinema and the Weimar National and Transnational Cinemas cinema of Germany in the 1920s. ARPH1002. Arts units of study Recommended Readings: technological divide between silent and sound cinema in the last Howard Murphy. River Books: Bangkok Prerequisites: ARHT1001 and ARHT1002 (For Art History Major). Wally Caruana. Arts of Southeast Asia. Thames & Hudson: London or ENGL1025 or ENGL1026 (For Film Major) Prohibitions: ARHT2055 Assessment: 1x2500wd essay (45%). A Resource book. the French arise in these Asian contexts but which do not require projection from New Wave and New German Cinema among others. Students will study production is geographically dispersed and formally divergent. conceptually. that continue to primarily concerned with cinematic aesthetics across different film have an effect on the contemporary issues of the region. One problem for national cinemas is that camera rhetoric. Textbooks Themes addressed include. ARPH1003) Prohibitions: ARHT2041 Assessment: 1x1500wd site. significance of different genres. 2006. ARHT1002 or ENGL1025 or ENGL1026 participation (10%) (For Film Major) Prohibitions: ARHT2053 Assessment: 1x1500wd film analysis (30%). This approach will enable an exploration The focus of this course is the art and archaeology of the medieval of cinematic invention of new images of time itself. 1x4500wd long essay (67%) chronologically but rather. 1x3000wd essay (60%). themes in the development and transformation of these 'states'. and Freeman. ARHT2640 Course Reader 3. Charlie Chaplin whose work will enable us to cross the in analogue and digital forms. A film the phenomenon of stardom through one of cinema's very first global that is in production can exist not only in several forms. tutorial participation (10%) national cinema will form an essential background. 1x1-hr analysed the meaning of a film in relation to how the film incorporates tutorial/week and 1x2-hr film screening/week Prerequisites: ARHT1001 and or addresses the spectator (what is known as theories of ARHT1002 (For Art History Major). Taiwan and India 2. in innovative ways. Summer Early Classes: 1x2-hr Recommended Readings: lecture/week. Students will learn how to analyse 1. Hong Kong. This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' examine how theories of spectatorship have understood the unit for students who are already enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. ARHT1002 or ENGL1025 or ENGL1026 (For Film Major) Prohibitions: ARHT2052 Assessment: 1x1500wd film spectatorship). 1993 Sylvia Kleinert and Margo Neale (eds). Phaidon. Fiona. 'Aboriginal Art'. Detailed work will be done on the Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week.Realism. institution and mass production of the senses (aesthetics). mise-en-scene. the unit will Note: Film Studies Core Unit. Eds. C. The study of Gilles Deleuze's thesis about these cinematic since the 1850s. icons. particularly Angkor. London. An emphasis will be placed on the idea of filmic nation. 2000 Recommended Readings: Course Reader is available from the Uinversity Copy Centre 'The Silent Cinema Reader'. 1x1-hr Memory of the World: Key Films tutorial/week Prerequisites: (ARHT1001 and ARHT1002) or (ASNS1001 and Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. Thailand movements and the cinematic concepts that they gave rise to as and Indonesia. for instance.. A historical study of independent cinema. 1998 segment of the unit. While the focus will be on the ARHT1002 (For Art History Major). 'Aboriginal Art'. OUP. elaborated in his books. of cinematic nationalism. Textbooks This unit of study examines film/cinema as a manifestation of modernity A Resource book will be available from the University Copy Centre i. Movement Image and Cinema II. London and New York. 2004) ARHT2640 Modern and Contemporary Asian Art ARHT2653 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. As such it is civilizations of Southeast Asia. 1x2500wd essay (70%) cinema and the functioning of the point of view shot. acting. 2004. The cinematic production recent scholarship on silent film aesthetics and spectatorship within of different nations will be compared in ways that draw out the various the wider intellectual tradition of theorising modernity and vernacular dimensions of the overall problem of the relation of cinema to the modernisms. the development of trade links prior to 1500. available from the University Copy Centre Hindu-Buddhist religious syncretism in early Southeast Asia. Modern Cinema: Modes of Viewing Textbooks Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Ancient Angkor.e. Other examples will be drawn from Japan. editing. ARHT2641 Art and Archaeology of South East Asia In addition there will also be a selection of films of auteurs who help Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 3x1-hr seminars/week formulate cinematic ideas and concepts. and tutorial/week and 1x2-3-hr film screening/week Prerequisites: ARHT1001 and Horror/Fantasy (in Weimar cinema). such as for example the Prerequisites: (ARHT1001 and ARHT1002) or (ASNS1001/1601 and gothic. but can also be in production in different 87 . 1x1500wd seminar paper (30%) and ARHT1002 (For Art History Major). And the main concept is that of non-chronological time. Commencing with debates around classical Hollywood analysis (30%). 1x1500wd film analysis (35%) and tutorial presentation/participation (20%) ARHT2652 From Silent to Sound Cinema This unit of study will give an introduction to how film studies has Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. Slapstick and Melodrama (in Hollywood). The unit will introduce a selection of major classical and contemporary film theories This unit of study investigates the problem of national cinema in terms such as those of Sergei Eisenstein and Gilles Deleuze as well as the of cultural specificity. the historical and industrial context of each (For Film Major) Prohibitions: ARHT2056 Assessment: 1x1500wd essay (30%). the influence of Indian and China. Focus will chiefly be on China. 1x2500wd essay (70%) In Asia there has developed both the nationalist art of a series of modernising states and a counter-establishment art which has This unit of study has three primary foci: frequently been formally modern. 1x1-hr ASNS1002) or (ASNS1001 and ASNS1101) Prohibitions: ARHT2040 tutorial/week and 1x2-hr film screening/week Prerequisites: ARHT1001 and Assessment: 1x2500wd essay (60%). as commodity. A study of the idea of Epic cinema as distinct from Dramatic cinema through a selection of films cross-culturally. identity and difference. outside.

the European canon of Orientalism is resituated through must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director the introduction of counter-narratives and alternative images made of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Art History and Theory. Travel. ARHT2816 Art History and Theory Exchange Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 88 . said to belong to a national context? Textbooks ARHT2813 Recommended Readings: Art History and Theory Exchange Hjort. Empires Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Art History and Theory at an Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. pre-production and Note: Department permission required for enrolment. must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director class particiaption (10%) of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Art History and Theory. If a film does not must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director exist in any one form or be present in any one place. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: ARHT1001 and ARHT1002 Prohibitions: approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. ARHT4011 Art History and Theory Honours A Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. curated by Roger Benjamin. London and New York: Routledge.Lewis). Such students average or better in 48 credit points in Art History and Film Studies senior units. Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. Art Gallery of New Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. 'Nation and Cinema'.F. Such students ARHT1801 must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director Art History and Theory Exchange of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Art History and Theory. approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. Sydney. Photography'. Durham. Semester 2 (Delacroix. postproduction. is how national Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent cinemas have responded. A key issue. 1996 of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Art History and Theory at an approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. 1x1500wd visual test (30%). must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director If you do not have this prerequisite please contact the Honours coordinator to of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Art History and Theory. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Duke University Press. upon photography. Femininity and Representation'. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent Routledge. ARHT2814 In this unit of study we examine Orientalist art and the culture of travel Art History and Theory Exchange from a post-colonial perspective. Architecture. ARHT2671 Art. Assessment: 1x18000-20000wd thesis (60%) and 1x6000-8000wd written works from one ARHT2812 seminar and one workshop (2x20%) Art History and Theory Exchange Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 1997 Jill Beaulieu and Mary Roberts (eds). then. how can it be of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Art History and Theory. 'Gendering Orientalism. Diverse European constructions of the exotic Orient will be of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Art History and Theory at an examined including the distinctive contribution of women Orientalists. Such students must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent of Undergraduate Studies. at the same time. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Art History and Theory at an seminar/weekand 4x workshops/semester Prerequisites: Results of a credit approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. 2002 Reina Lewis. of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Art History and Theory at an approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. Such students demand for technological and aesthetic renewal. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. As well as the work of major artists Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. 'Orientalism' s Interlocutors. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. travel literature Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent and film. of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Art History and Theory at an approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. we will place particular emphasis Note: Department permission required for enrolment. as well as international exhibitions. approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. Such students must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Art History and Theory. ARHT2817 Art History and Theory Exchange Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Painting. Students may commence their study either at the beginning of the year or mid-year. Semester 2 South Wales. Semester 2 of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Art History and Theory at an Note: Department permission required for enrolment. determine possible waiving of the prerequisite. 2000 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Such students ARHT2071 Assessment: 1x2500wd essay (60%). and to the ever-present approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. Such students ARHT2811 must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director Art History and Theory Exchange of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Art History and Theory. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Race. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Mette and Scott Mackenzie. and continue to respond to globalised. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Such students In this unit. Gerome and J. Textbooks ARHT2815 Recommended Readings: Art History and Theory Exchange 'Orientalism:Delacroix to Klee'. by indigenous artists and patrons. of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Art History and Theory at an transnational film production and distribution. London. Semester 2 of a 6 credit-point Junior unit of study in Art History and Theory at an Note: Department permission required for enrolment.Arts units of study places and at different stages of production. Such students ARHT2810 must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director Art History and Theory Exchange of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Art History and Theory. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment.

ARTS2801 The following seminars are on offer in 2011: Arts Exchange Art is the Issue (Assoc Prof Jennifer Milam) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. attendance (20%) Note: Department permission required for enrolment. up to the present. Honours Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Religious change. 1 seminar (either Art is the Issue or Film is the Issue) that meets weekly for two hours for one semester. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. cross cultural business social movements. teamwork and reflective learning. gender and family. Film is the Issue (Dr Keith Broadfoot) The following workshop is on offer in 2011: ARTS2802 Analysing the Visual (Assoc Prof Jennifer Milam) Arts Exchange For more information. Semester 2. professional development program designed to provide students with 1x1000wd tutorial presentation and abstract (20%) the resources to enhance their intern experience. architecture. or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Note: Department permission required for enrolment. ARHT4012 ARTS2803 Art History and Theory Honours B Arts Exchange Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. and archaeology. family. tutorial exercises (20%) Arts This unit introduces key features of traditional Asian societies and cultures across different periods. sacred kings and Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. and philosophical thought. 1x1-hr Refer to ARHT4011 tutorial/week Assessment: 1x1000wd essay (40%). contact Dr Thomas Berghuis. and modern class structure are some of approach will be used in the workshops to enable students to draw the cultural. journals (20%). Issues and themes may Internship 1 include: religion. kinship and gender 4x2-hr workshops. An interactive semester. attendance (20%) level Asian Studies. economic and political aspects of Asia's social on their own experiences. 1x2hr exam (40%). Refer to ARHT4011 ARTS2804 ARHT4013 Arts Exchange Art History and Theory Honours C Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. 15-day/120-hr internship Assessment: 4x400wd reflective systems. urban culture. Semester 2 Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. Students are required to attend 4 workshops which cover: Australian business culture. cross cultural business 1 workshop (Analysing the Visual) that meets four times during one communication. rural communication. management styles. Summer Main Classes: 2x1-hr 15-day/120-hr internship Assessment: 4x400wd reflective journals (20%). hierarchy and social order. Success at Work booklet (distributed at the first workshop) The thesis is worth 60% of the final Honours mark and each of the seminars and workshop is worth 20%. Asia has undergone dramatic and rapid modernisation since the Students are required to attend 4 workshops which cover: Australian eighteenth century. Semester 2 Corequisites: ARHT4011 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Corequisites: ARHT4013 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. approach will be used in the workshops to enable students to draw The thesis should be of 18000-20000 words in length. Semester 2 Corequisites: ARHT4012 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Assessment: 1x3000wd essay (50%) and 1x1500wd tutorial incoming Study Abroad students paper (50%) Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit for students who are already enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior 1x2500wd final project report (60%). Success at Work booklet (distributed at the first workshop) nationalism. art. Refer to ARHT4011 Asian Studies ARHT4014 ASNS1601 Art History and Theory Honours D Introduction to Asian Cultures Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. lectures/week. this Textbooks unit will examine some of these aspects in the contexts of colonialism. Note: only available to Arts Handbook. and globalisation. Through the study of selected Asian societies. Arts units of study The Honours program in Art History and Theory consists of: This unit is based around a project report arising from issues a thesis written under the supervision of one or more members of encountered during a 15-day internship project and through a academic staff professional development program designed to provide students with the resources to enhance their intern experience. and the workshop requires 6000-8000 words of written work or its Textbooks equivalent. Semester 2 coordinator Note: Department permission required for enrolment. state-formation. 1x2hr exam (40%). teamwork and reflective learning. ARTS2601 ASNS2623 Internship 2 India: Tradition and Modernity Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. An interactive development. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 1x2500wd final project report (60%). political and business culture. groundwork and provides a basis of comparison for students to understand the social transformations that these different Asian ARTS2600 societies later underwent in modern times. Each seminar on their own experiences. Summer Main Classes: capitals. transformation. 89 . Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2. It lays the No major available. social. postcolonial economic development. management styles. Note: only available to incoming Study Abroad students ASNS1602 Modernity in Asia This unit is based around a project report arising from issues Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. 1x1-hr encountered during a 15-day internship project and through a tutorial/week Assessment: 1x1500wd essay (40%). Semester 2 Classes: 4x2-hr workshops. ritual. consumer culture.

opening of Korea and China provide ideological contexts within which Tibetan religious to the West and Japan and the attendant wave of reforms and and cultural traditions and political institutions developed. including class participation and writing tasks (10%) tutorial paper (30%). progressed and assess the effects of the Second World War and the Occupation. or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of essay (30%). including industrial workers. multi-disciplinary approach based on contemporary case study material from Indonesia. ASNS2672 Japan in East Asia from 1840 until Today ASNS2641 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures.. 1x2500wd essay (40%). an urban middle class region. and the include sources and historiography of early Korea. Korea in the late 19th century and the last century. During the semester we will authority. Summer Main Classes: 1x2-hr or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Arts Handbook. ASNS2600 Assessment: 1x1000wd assessment. et. 1x test (10%). 1x2hr final exam (40%) Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit for students who are already enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior level Asian Studies. foundation myths concept of dharma will be addressed through an exploration of social and legends of the Three Korean Kingdoms. Assessment: 1x1000wd essay (30%). knowledge of such diverse topics as the lives of the samurai. 1x1500wd Prohibitions: ASNS2501 Assessment: presentation and contribution to tutorial essay (30%) discussions (20%). nation-building in the two Koreas. and appreciate the uniqueness of Korean identity.Arts units of study This unit explores assumptions underpinning Indian thought and This unit of study aims to introduce Korea's historical experience from culture with specific reference to Indian religious traditions. This unit provides an overview of cultural interactions between Indian and Chinese This unit aims to introduce some of the major issues in the history of civilisations. process of state formation and political structures. lecture/week. Textbooks ASNS2627 Carter J. The media in the region are discussed and compared. These include the social and cultural role of the media. We will examine a dozen key events and 90 . 1xessay portfolio (equivalent to 1000wds) (15%). class tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior level Asian Studies. focusing literary and religious expression. This unit explores the historical validity of key motifs of Japanese 'tradition'. their discussions (20%). By attempting to separate stereotype and cliché from achieve. liberation undertaken in order to understand interactions between all three and division of Korea in 1945 and the subsequent process of cultures on the current global stage. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. pictorial This unit examines country-specific and transnational social sources and archaeological artifacts) students will gain first-hand movements in Southeast Asia. This unit introduces students to the media industry and policies in selected countries in East Asia. Prohibitions: ASNS2502 Assessment: presentation and contribution to tutorial While India and China emerge as present-day superpowers. 1x2500wd Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit for students who essay (45%) are already enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. The unit will be focus will then turn to the emergence of new social forces in the multi-disciplinary. In addressing the topics. Hong Kong. authenticity. and subsequent political developments. Zen monastic life. Eckert. We will also explore changes in daily life and economic justification of state control. the environment and identity. 1x2hr final exam (40%) historical inter-relations are not well known. China. or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Arts Handbook. 1x1-hr or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Arts Handbook tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior level Asian Studies. A key focus will be on the continuity on Buddhism. 1x1-hr (equivalent to 1000wds) (30%). Korea's fight for freedom. ASNS2642 or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Arts Handbook. evaluating interpretations of their aims and effects. These topics will enable students to understand has for understanding today's India. imperial women. Through the liberal use of primary sources (texts. al.Topics particular. participation (5%). Prohibitions: KRNS2600. and forms of artistic. 1x2hr exam Assessment: class participation (20%). 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior level Asian Studies. political and a women's movement. and the explore how these movements emerged. This is rebellions. 1xtutorial paper and presentation Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. and how successful they have been in promoting social history. or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Arts Handbook. we will seek to construct a more sober yet ultimately more change in the Southeast Asian region. 1x2hr or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Arts Handbook. exam (40%). Thailand. including those focused on labour. media file (equivalent to 1000wds) (30%). Malaysia. geisha. ASNS2632 Modern Japanese Social History ASNS2670 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Arts Handbook. 1x group presentation (equivalent to 500wds) (20%). and cultural and social traditions of Korea from the 4th of tradition and its interaction with modernity and the implications this to the 15th century. continuous Arts Handbook. 1x1. covering various aspects of mass media in the twentieth century. 1x1500wd level Asian Studies.5-hr mid semester exam (30%). gender and the family. Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit for students who are already enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. namely Japan. 1x1-hr Mass Media in East Asia tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior level Asian Studies. The unit adopts a viable narrative of early Japanese history and culture. traditional notions of the individual. 1x1hr in-class test (equivalent to (30%) 1000wds) (20%). In antiquity to the early phase of the Choson dynasty (1392-1910). tutorial exercises (40%). tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior level Asian Studies. 1x1-hr Traditional Korea tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior level Asian Studies. Korea Old and New: A History (Seoul: Ilchokak India. what they have sought to tea ceremony. and 1x2hr final exam or essay (equivalent to 2000wds) (40%) This unit inserts the modern and contemporary history of Japan inside its East Asian context. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lectures/week. especially as these have shaped Tibetan cultural identity. 1x1500wd essay (30%). Modern Korea Assessment: 1x2500wd major essay (35%). and implications of the and attitudes to work and leisure as urbanisation and industrialisation emergence of new communication technologies. Japanese architecture. Japan's colonial rule. 1x1-hr Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. Assessment: 2x in class quizzes (equivalent to 500wds each) (10%). 1x2500wd essay (40%). the Philippines and Singapore. Topics include A key focus is upon how pre-modern cultural interactions with India contradictions of the late Choson dynasty society. Tibet: Cultural Relations Publishers) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. religious ideology. the main features of Meiji reforms. ASNS2631 ASNS2663 The Origins of Japanese Tradition Social Activism in Southeast Asia Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. South This unit of study will begin with examination of social aspects of the Korea and Taiwan. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior Prohibitions: ASNS2308 Assessment: 1x class presentation (20%).

1x1hr test (20%). Each seminar economic and social change in China. 1xoral ASNS2655 presentation based on work for essay (20%). 1x1000wd essay or equivalent equivalent for each seminar. Doing so. From film to ASNS2656 television. cultural and political forces that are transforming techniques ASNS2653 of local governance in China. 1x3000wd research ASNS4012 proposal (40%). total of 2000wds) (30%) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. It will explore recent political. In China. tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior level Asian Studies. ideas like 'citizenship'. Semester 2 Classes: Two seminars. Semester 2 to popular media) and case studies from different parts of mainland Note: Department permission required for enrolment. The unit trains students sensitive and controversial topics. have come into widespread use over recent years. Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. issue in East Asia. Prerequisites: Credit average or above in a minimum of 30 senior credit points of Asian studies or Asian language Prohibitions: ASNS3902. ASNS4011 Asian Studies Honours A ASNS3619 Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. critical reviews or other written Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. INMS3902 Assessment: classwork (20%). It will cover a range of critical and theoretical perspectives to analyse these phenomena. China has since become a political 1. The following seminars are on offer in 2011: ASNS3690 Semester 1: Theory and Method in Asian Studies (Dr Olivier Ansart) Approaches to Research in Asian Studies Semester 2: Engaging Asia (Dr Michele Ford) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr seminar/week For more information. 'rights'. China. Asian Studies Honours B 1xpresentation based on draft proposal (10%). 1x2500wd essay (40%) Note: Department permission required for enrolment. A thesis of 18000-20000 words and 6000-8000 words of written work or its Assessment: classwork (20%). capital and people. China and Korea. Asian Studies Exchange portfolio with essay. Arts units of study subjects pertaining to the relations between Japan. Semester 2 culture as it is generated in Chinese societies and lived by Chinese Note: Department permission required for enrolment. and 'community'. Asian Studies Exchange Textbooks Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. movements of ideas. we will touch many reading in preparation for the honours thesis. Semester 2 Anthology of readings available online and/or from the University Copy Centre. Taiwan and the Chinese Diaspora. The thesis should be of 18000-20000 words in length. This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit for Asian Studies Exchange students who are already enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program. people. Semester 2 This unit of study introduces students to popular culture in Mainland Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Arts Handbook. This unit of study examines the academic staff impact of globalisation on China with respect to the multilateral 2. This unit gives students the opportunity to undertake broad background from the 1840 Opium War until today. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. CHNS3902. Textbooks Course reader available from the University Copy Centre ASNS3617 Citizens and Politics in China Today ASNS1801 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. become aware of the differing to discuss published work exemplifying a range of approaches to historical consciousness prevalent in these three countries. focusing on responses to requires 6000-8000 words of written work or its equivalent. 1x2500wd essay (35%). this unit will provide a framework for understanding the interplay of social. China. Semester 2 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. plus 12 additional senior credit points. but a Chinese-language tutorial option ASNS2651 may be provided. Hong Kong. two seminars that meet weekly for two hours for one semester. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior level Asian Studies. 1xbibliographical exercise (equivalent to 1000wds) (10%). This unit will explore the way ASNS2652 in which these terms are conceptualised and practiced within the Asian Studies Exchange People's Republic of China. this unit explores popular Chinese Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. writing assignment (20%). It thus provides models understand why the historical question constitutes a major political on which students can draw in creating their own research proposal. other writing assignment (e. Using texts (from government documents Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. JPNS3902.g. Due attention The thesis is worth 60% of the final Honours mark and each of the will be paid to China's changing relations with its Asian neighbours seminars is worth 20%. 1x1-hr Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 1x1500-2000wd essay (40%). 1x oral presentation (15%). and with Western countries. 1x1hr test (20%) Note: This unit will be taught in English. from music to theatre. China and Globalisation each seminar meets weekly for 2 hours for one semester Prerequisites: A Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. 1x1-hr Asian Studies Exchange tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points from junior level Asian Studies. or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Arts Handbook Assessment: classwork (10%). Assessment: classwork (15%). Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. including ASNS3690 Approaches to Research in Asian Studies Assessment: or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Arts Handbook. Semester 2 Corequisites: ASNS4011 assignments (equivalent to 2000wds) (20%) Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit for students who Refer to ASNS4011 are already enrolled in the BA (Advanced) degree program 91 . The Honours program in Asian Studies consists of: On the brink of disaster in 1989. 1x1-hr Credit average or better in the major. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. contact Dr Olivier Ansart. Honours coordinator. 1x1000wd writing assignment (15%). from print media to the Internet and Asian Studies Exchange from popular literature to visual arts. a thesis written under the supervision of one or more members of and economic power in the world. and humanistic and/or social scientific research. China's expanded engagement with the outside world. Chinese-language reading options will also be available ASNS2654 ASNS3618 Asian Studies Exchange Popular China Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1.

1xresearch essay (equivalent to 2000wds) (30%). Semester 2 Corequisites: ASNS4012 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture. This unit provides an introduction to the study of the Bible. 1x1. from Biblical Studies and at least 12 senior credit points in Classical Hebrew. 1x1. 1xtutorial presentation and 1000wd paper (25%).There are weekly tutorials at which students present papers. versus challenges to that orthodoxy (Ecclesiastes and Job). 1xtutorial presentation and 1000wd paper (25%). Each seminar will include whether the books present a dialectic of orthodoxy (Proverbs) require 5000 words of written work or its equivalent. Students explore the various genres BBCL1002 of NT literature. students focuses on the themes of these biblical books. Semester 2 Assessment: As prescribed by the host institution. parable and Biblical Studies 2 apocalyptic. research essay (40%). the historical background of the texts and the events they describe. Biblical Themes (Dr Ari Lobel) Biblical Texts in Hebrew I (Prof Alan Crown) 92 . 1xresearch essay (equivalent to 2000wds) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. These literary conventions will be in semester 1 and one seminar in semester 2. legal and ritual texts. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture. 1x1-hr (30%). 1x2hr exam (30%) tutorial/week Prerequisites: BBCL1001 or BBCL1002 or RLST2624 or MGRK2675 or MGRK2676 Assessment: 1x2000wd research essay (40%).5hr exam (equivalent to ASNS4014 1500wds) (35%) Asian Studies Honours D This unit examines the relationship between the historical person of Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Corequisites: ASNS4013 Jesus of Nazareth and the literary-theological achievement of the early Christian Gospels (including non-canonical Gospels). The main focus of the course is on BBCL4011 how the literary conventions of the genre of Hebrew poetry are used Biblical Studies Honours A by the poets to set out the theological and philosophical concepts the Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. Kings and Chronicles.5hr 1. 1x1. 1xtutorial presentation and report The New Testament as Literature (equivalent to 1500wds) (30%). 1x1. The main focus of the course is on the literary. Attention will be directed to other relevant writings of the period in the Ancient Near East. The thesis is worth 40% of the final Honours mark and each of the Additionally. This unit of study provides an overview of the New Testament as a The first five books of the Bible are the focus of textual study in this literary and theological work. Attendance and participation in all lectures and tutorials is mandatory BBCL2610 Assessment: class participation (10%). Christian 'story' and the various modes in which it was retold and applied in the first century CE. including 'gospel'. The course Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. as well as exploring will receive a "Satisfied Requirements" result at the University of Sydney. epistolary forms.5hr Note: Department permission required for enrolment. each Job and Ecclesiastes. Assessment: A thesis of 15000 words and 5000 words of written work or its BBCL2608 equivalent for each seminar Biblical Wisdom Literature Note: Department permission required for enrolment.Arts units of study ASNS4013 BBCL2609 Asian Studies Honours C Historical Jesus to Written Gospels Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. a thesis written under the supervision of one or more members of exam (equivalent to 1500wds) (35%) academic staff This unit focuses on the Biblical Wisdom books such as Proverbs. Judges. 1x1-hr by the host institution. 2. Samuel. Documents will Assessment: class participation (10%). Biblical and Jewish Studies. seeking to understand both the early semester. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: BBCL1001 or BBCL1002 Assessment: 1x2000wd The Honours program in Biblical Studies consists of: research essay (40%). 1xtutorial presentation and report be read in English translation. On successful completion of this unit of study. two seminars in semester 1 and one seminar in semester 2. the unit will explore the relationship between the core seminars is worth 20%.5hr exam (equivalent to on understanding the literary techniques biblical authors used to 1500wds) (35%) convey their message when writing narrative. (equivalent to 1500wds) (30%). each two hours per week studied in the light of other Ancient Near Eastern literature of a similar Prerequisites: Credit average in 48 senior credit points from Hebrew. These credit points must include 24 senior credit points genre. the Song of Songs and Lamentations. such as The following seminars are on offer in 2011: Ben Sira and various writings from Qumran. Biblical Studies 1 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 3x1-hr seminars/week. Semester 2 Assessment: As prescribed Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. Semester 2 Classes: two seminars texts are designed to express. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: BBCL1001 or BBCL1002 or RLST2624 or Refer to ASNS4011 MGRK2675 or MGRK2676 Assessment: 2000wd research essay (40%). 1x2hr exam (30%) BBCL2801 This unit focuses specifically on narrative books of the Hebrew Bible Biblical In-Country Study A including Joshua. Students Refer to ASNS4011 are encouraged to apply rigorous historical method and careful literary analysis in order to gain a nuanced understanding of how the leader Biblical Studies of a Jewish renewal movement became the object of devotion in earliest Christianity. two hours per week philosophical and religious aspects of the texts. focusing 1xtutorial presentation and 1000wd paper (25%). Particular attention is paid to reader-response criticism Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 3x1-hr seminars/week. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. exam (equivalent to 1500wds) (35%) Approved course in an overseas tertiary level institution. present papers. There are weekly tutorials at which students Approved course in an overseas tertiary level institution. This unit examines the Biblical Poetic Books such as Psalms. BBCL2802 BBCL2607 Biblical In-Country Study B Biblical Poetic Books Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Attendance and participation in all lectures and tutorials is mandatory of the Gospels and intertextuality in the NT epistles. Biblical Wisdom books and other literature of similar genre. students tutorial/week Prerequisites: BBCL1001 or BBCL1002 Assessment: 1x2000wd will receive a "Satisfied Requirements" result at the University of Sydney. The unit will read Biblical texts in English BBCL1001 translation. 1xtutorial presentation and 1000wd paper (25%). On successful completion of this unit of study. Issues addressed will The thesis should be of 15000 words in length.

Modern Irish Linguistics examining their history and development. 93 . contact Dr Ari Lobel. Semester 2 Corequisites: BBCL4012 past and its role in cultural change. the unit seeks to give students further on the acquisition of oral and written skills of communication through insights about Middle Welsh. students will bring to the unit a background The unit seeks to give students further insights about Old Irish. 1x1-hr Celtic Studies tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points Assessment: 1x2500wd grammar and translation exercise (50%) and 1x2-hr exam (50%) CLST2601 Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled in the BA (advanced) degree program Defining the Celts Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lecture/week. 1x1-hr in the BA (advanced) degree programme tutorial/week Prerequisites: CLST2604 Assessment: 1x2500wd grammar. date. In this course the Irish language will be studied in depth Middle Ages (from about the twelfth to the fourteenth century). the complex metrical patterns of the beautiful poetry are CLST2609 presented. The main focus remains on the grammar functionally oriented language activities. By the Iron Age the Celtic peoples were spread Irish. 1x1-hr of their languages. indeed the very nature of cultural Refer to BBCL4011 change itself. building in language study and/or linguistics. While this unit stands on its own. These will be addressed from written sources. 1x1-hr 1x500wd oral exam (8%) tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 Junior Credit Points Assessment: 1x2500wd Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled grammar and translation exercise (50%) and 1x2-hr exam (50%) in the BA (advanced) degree program Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled in the BA (advanced) degree programme The Welsh language has one of the oldest literary traditions in Europe. tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 senior credit points Assessment: 1x2-hr exam (50%) and 1x2000wd essay (50%) Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled CLST2602 in the BA (advanced) degree program Old Irish 2 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lecture/week. metrics and translation exercise (50%) and 1x2-hr exam (50%) The Welsh language has one of the oldest literary traditions in Europe. 1x1-hr CLST2604 tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points including CLST2608 Middle Welsh 1 Assessment: 2x1500wd essays (46%). Semester 2 Corequisites: BBCL4013 CLST2606 Refer to BBCL4011 Old Irish 1 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lecture/week. The language will be studied of the language. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lecture/week. This unit will introduce students to this culture by providing them with Building on the knowledge acquired by following Beginners' Middle the basic structure and vocabulary of the language. Honours coordinator. Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. The (in the context of Welsh history and culture). The unit will consider the ways on those achieved by taking Beginners' Old Irish (or equivalent in which Modern Irish differs from other Western European languages. and provides an overview Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x2-hr lectures/week. detailed study of Modern Irish. In this unit students will develop a knowledge of Middle Welsh grammar and vocabulary and learn to read texts in Middle Welsh. an outline is provided of CLST2608 the history of Irish. Further key texts are read and explicated. Modern Welsh Language and Culture 2 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. material remains and genetic evidence. from Ogham essay (50%) and 1x2-hr exam (50%) stones to manuscripts. BBCL4012 Biblical Studies Honours B CLST2605 Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. elsewhere). the Modern Welsh Language and Culture 1 complex metrical patterns of the magnificent poetry are presented. the CLST2607 Welsh and the Bretons. to the present raises Biblical Studies Honours C issues of the extent of invasion or migration that has occurred in the Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. 1x1-hr Old Irish was the language spoken and written in Ireland in the early tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 Junior Credit Points Assessment: 1x2500wd Middle Ages and is preserved in a range of records. with an emphasis Welsh (or equivalent elsewhere). This unit explores definitions of the Celts. The grammar and linguistics of Modern metrics and translation exercise (50%) and 1x2-hr exam (50%) Irish form the major focus. a achieved through attending CLST2608. 1x2500wd weekly journal (30%) BBCL4013 Finding the Celts in History from c.500 B.The language is widely used today and is the vehicle for a Middle Welsh was the language spoken and written in Wales in the rich culture.C. In this unit students will develop a knowledge The 'Celts' are any of those peoples of Europe who speak or spoke of Old Irish grammar and vocabulary and learn to read texts in Old a Celtic language. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 Junior Credit Points Assessment: 2x1500wd CLST2603 essays (46%). Further key texts are read and explicated. building on the insights most famous text surviving in Middle Welsh is the Mabinogion. as well as its phonology and orthography. The main focus remains on the grammar of the language. an outline in the context of Welsh history. its BBCL4014 topics have been carefully selected to allow students who have done Biblical Studies Honours D CLST1001 to explore further the Celtic world. as well as its phonology and orthography. 1x2000wd written exam (46%) and Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. is provided of the history of Welsh. literature and society. studying syntax and phonology. 1x2000wd written exam (46%) and 1x500wd oral exam (8%) Middle Welsh 2 Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. Semester 2 Corequisites: BBCL4011 Celts in History Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr seminar/week Refer to BBCL4011 Prerequisites: 18 Junior credit points Assessment: 1x3500wd seminar paper (70%). 1x1-hr The unit develops students' knowledge of linguistics through the tutorial/week Prerequisites: CLST2606 Assessment: 1x2500wd grammar. across Europe and across the course of millennia have given rise to a number of European nations and cultures-including the Irish. Arts units of study Biblical Texts in Hebrew II (Assoc Prof Ian Young) compilation of mythical and legendary material often of much earlier For more information.

eligibility for CHNS1201 or higher Assumed knowledge: This unit of study is suitable for complete beginners and for those students who. quizzes and exercises (30%). 3rd edition. Semester 2 Classes: 2x2-hr and be able to communicate with Chinese native speakers in daily seminars/week for one semester Prerequisites: A major in Celtic Studies plus contexts. History and Culture pinyin romanisation. oral presentations (25%). 1x2000wd exam (46%) and 1x500wd oral exam (8%) Chinese 1A (For Beginners) Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week.The objective is rapid development of Chinese-language proficiency to equip students for advanced work in Chinese Studies. Semester 2 Corequisites: CLST4012 Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled in the BA (advanced) degree program Refer to CLST4011 The Irish language has one of the oldest literary traditions in CLST4014 Europe. Textbook. Workbook and Character Workbook. 3rd edition. Speakers. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. The thesis is worth 60% of the final Honours mark and each of the reading/writing tests (30%) seminars are worth 20%. all with a Credit average Assessment: 1x18000-20000wd thesis (60%) and 1x6000-8000wds of written work or its Textbooks equivalent for each seminar (40%) Ted Yao and Yuehua Liu. oral presentations (40%). in the BA (advanced) degree program Workbook and Character Workbook. Level One. 3x1-hr languages. 3x1-hr in the BA (advanced) degree program tutorials/week Corequisites: Students are strongly advised to take CHNS1601 Understanding Contemporary China Prohibitions: HSC Chinese for Background The Irish language has one of the oldest literary traditions in Europe. classwork (15%). in the The language is widely used today and is the vehicle for a rich culture. Putonghua. a thesis written under the supervision of a member of staff Chinese 1C (For Advanced Beginners) nominated by of the Professor of Celtic Studies Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week.. 3x1-hr tutorials/week Corequisites: Students are strongly advised to take CHNS1601 2. the Assessment: classwork (10%). Part One. Integrated Chinese. Scottish Identity. are best advised to go back to the beginning In this unit. It will concentrate on teaching One semester of Chinese at introductory level Assessment: class work (10%).Arts units of study CLST2610 Refer to CLST4011 Modern Irish Language and Culture 1 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lecture/week. writing projects students to use a variety of primary sources written. Level One.The language is widely used today and is the vehicle for a Celtic Studies Honours D rich culture. This unit is an introduction to basic communication skills in Modern CLST2612 Standard Chinese for beginners. Celtic Studies Honours A students should have a good grasp of common grammatical patterns Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. or very limited. Refer to CLST4011 CLST2611 Modern Irish Language and Culture 2 Chinese Studies Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. Part One.or near-native fluency in a spoken Chinese language (e. A fast-paced intermediate unit of study intended primarily for native The following seminars may be on offer in 2011: and fluent "background" speakers of Chinese languages.g. 1x1-hr system will be followed by conversational drills. This unit is a continuation of Chinese 1A. knowledge of characters Assessment: 6000-8000 words of written work or its equivalent. Cantonese) The thesis is worth 18-20000 words in length. 1x1000wd exam (46%) and 1x500wd oral exam (8%) Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. Textbooks CLST4012 Consult Department Celtic Studies Honours B Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points including CLST2610 CHNS1101 Assessment: 2x1000wd essays (46%). Boston: Cheng and Tsui. Foundation work on pronunciation. Speakers. writing projects (30%) history and culture. eligibility for higher-level classes Assumed knowledge: Native. Semester 2 Corequisites: CLST4013 in the context of Irish history and culture. Textbook. following up on the insights provided by CLST2610. 1x1-hr CLST4013 tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points Assessment: 2x1000wd Celtic Studies Honours C essays (46%). department's judgement. including Selected Old and Middle Irish texts (Prof A Ahlqvist) Cantonese. On completion. Emphasis will be on grammar CLST4011 patterns that facilitate speaking and reading skills. essay (50%). appropriate to their intentions for the Honours Year. elementary grammar and the Chinese writing Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. oral Irish language will be studied in further depth in the context of Irish presentations (40%). 2010 The Honours program in Celtic Studies consists of: CHNS1201 1. tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points Assessment: 1x3000wd reading and writing practice in classwork and homework. eligibility for CHNS1201 or higher Assumed knowledge: of Europe such as the Reformation. 2010 This unit will examine key defining moments in the history of Scottish CHNS1102 self-awareness from the Picts to the Enlightenment. Semester 2 Corequisites: CLST4011 94 . In this course the Irish language will be studied in depth Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. comprehension. who know few (up to about 200) characters or none at Selected Early Welsh texts (Prof A Ahlqvist) all. on-line or individual learning (20%). Emphases It is important that prospective Honours students consult the Professor include reading and writing skills and standard Putonghua of Celtic Studies to ensure that their choice of senior units of study is pronunciation. on-line or individual learning (20%). artistic and (30%) archaeological to elucidate problematic aspects of Scotland's culture. 12 additional senior credit points. Integrated Chinese. 1x2000wd exam (30%) and 1x1000wd tutorial presentation (20%) Textbooks Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled Ted Yao and Yuehua Liu. Topics may Chinese 1B (For Beginners) include internal conflict between different groups with different Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. Each seminar requires combined with no. two seminars that meet weekly for two hours for one semester Understanding Contemporary China Prohibitions: HSC Chinese for Background each. Boston: Cheng and Tsui. external conflict with the country's nearest neighbours and tutorials/week Prerequisites: CHNS1101 Prohibitions: HSC Chinese for cultural changes that arose from Scotland's part in the wider events Background Speakers.

including basic academic research skills in themselves for exploration of China's distinctive philosophical and Chinese writing and oral presentation. Level One. education exercises (10%). environment. students should be able to read pursued in integrated fashion. CHNS2903. 1x2-hr CHNS3604 or CHNS2102 or CHNS3104 or CHNS2204 Prohibitions: HSC tutorial/week Prerequisites: CHNS1303 Prohibitions: CHNS1101. short compositions and read fluently within their vocabulary range. 3x1-hr Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. 3rd edn. CHNS2602 Assessment: 1xwritten assignment (equivalent to CHNS1313 Assumed knowledge: Minimum of one year of Chinese at 1000wds in English) (20%). Supplementary reading in English will enable them to broaden 95 . 50-minute tests (3x20%). composition tests and exercises (20%). CHNS2101 Assumed knowledge: One Native. Chard.or near-native fluency in a spoken Chinese language (e. Assessment: classwork (10%). year (approx. improve their language skills and cultural awareness. A range of authentic material will be used. Colarado: Lynne Rienner Publisher. including full mastery of about 1000 characters (preferably full-form). They will undertake of authentic material beyond that covered in CHNS1303.). Rapid enhancement (Background Speakers) or and expansion of essential Chinese-language skills (proficiency in have completed a major part of their secondary education in Chinese. 1xwritten class Assessment: classwork (10%). As a foundational unit Continued study of Classical Chinese grammar and vocabulary through in Chinese studies. eligibility for higher-level classes Assumed knowledge: Background Speakers or equivalent. etc. English) (30%). literature and CHNS1314 Assessment: classwork (10%). Understanding Contemporary China. 3rd edition. thus equipping communication skills. ed. tradition. writing. Ted Yao and Yuehua Liu. Chinese and English Textbooks languages and discourses. Arts units of study CHNS1202 CHNS2601 Chinese 1D (For Advanced Beginners) Chinese 2A (Lower Intermediate) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. Students will gain the knowledge and confidence to or the Chinese language. Helen Dunstan and Derek Herforth. an ancient language that still language skills and cultural awareness of students who have passed plays a role in modern China and that often challenges Western HSC Chinese (Background) or have completed a major part of their notions of how languages behave. CHNS2904. 1x2-hr Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. oral presentations (20%). Boston: Cheng and Tsui. Part Two. listening and Continuation of Chinese 1C. 4x1-hr tutorials/week Prerequisites: CHNS1201 Prohibitions: HSC Chinese for tutorials/week Prerequisites: CHNS1102 Prohibitions: HSC Chinese for Background Speakers. Textbooks Textbooks Ted Yao and Yuehua Liu. thus enriching their knowledge of premodern Chinese culture. with similar workload. listening and speaking. philosophical and literary writings. CHNS1102. 1xmini research project (equivalent to 1500wds in introductory level. pace and speaking skills. Students will develop a basic secondary education in Chinese. Foundations in Classical Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. 4x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: Must have passed HSC Chinese (Background tutorials/week Prerequisites: CHNS2601 or CHNS2101 Prohibitions: HSC Speakers) or have completed a major part of their secondary education in Chinese for Background Speakers or equivalent. CHNS1102. 1xoral presentation (equivalent to 1000wds in English) (20%). homework cultural practice. Textbook and Workbook. write in Putonghua. Textbook Consult Department and Workbook. 1xreading project resulting in 1500wd essay (20%) 1xwritten class test (equivalent to 1000wds in English) (30%) Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Level One. It teaches advanced Chinese understanding of the grammar and vocabulary. It teaches students be able to read Chinese-language materials of limited advanced Chinese complexity and to discuss their content orally and write short communication skills and sensitizes students to differences between compositions. 3rd edition. 1xreading project resulting in a 1500wd essay (20%) systems and issues of gender and sexuality. Rapid (2x15%) vocabulary expansion. art. Available from the University Copy Centre tutorial/week Prohibitions: ASNS1101 Assessment: 1x2000wd essay (40%). CHNS2611 Classical Chinese A CHNS1304 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 3x1-hr tutorials/week Chinese for Background Speakers 2 Prerequisites: CHNS1102 or CHNS1202 or CHNS2602 or CHNS3602 or Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. CHNS2602 knowledge: Sound intermediate knowledge of Modern Standard Chinese. CHNS2102 Assumed Chinese Prohibitions: CHNS1101. 1xin-class test (30%). On completion of this unit of study. CHNS1601 Textbooks Understanding Contemporary China Robert L. Part Two.g. it assumes no background knowledge of China original texts. and sophistication of grammatical knowledge will be workload. short compositions (equivalent to 1000wds) 500 characters and at least basic communicative skills in Putonghua (15%). Robert E.. 1xoral presentation (equivalent to 1000wds in English) (20%). supplementary reading in English on a topic of their choice. major reading/writing tests Intermediate unit of study in Modern Standard Chinese. By the end of the year. CHNS2601. covering topics of contemporary interest. It aims to further improve Foundation work in Classical Chinese. 3x40-minute tests (60%). including geography and Speakers or CHNS1313 or CHNS2903 Prohibitions: CHNS2112. 1x1-hr Chinese: A Constructional Approach. oral tests (35%) and in-class tests (40%) Assessment: classwork (10%). putonghua. Chinese for Background Speakers (or equivalent). dictionary use. 2010 CHNS1303 CHNS2602 Chinese for Background Speakers 1 Chinese 2B (Lower Intermediate) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. CHNS2601. CHNS2111. The unit is a continuation of CHNS1303. through dealing with a range literary traditions in the original language. Chinese-language materials of limited complexity. Integrated Chinese. with similar objectives. 2x30-minute tests (10%). recent social and political change. 2010 drawn from various media and literary sources. Boston: Cheng and Tsui. vocabulary quizzes (20%). short compositions (equivalent to 1000wds) test (equivalent to 1000wds) (30%) (15%). 5 hours per week for 26 weeks) of Chinese at introductory level Cantonese) combined with full mastery (reading and writing) of about 400 to Assessment: classwork (10%). Integrated Chinese. On completion of this unit of study. It will be taught in English with an explore a wider range of ancient and early-imperial Chinese interdisciplinary approach. including some poetry. 1xclass presentation (equivalent to 1000 wds) (20%) and CHNS2612 tutorial participation (10%) Classical Chinese B This unit of study introduces key topics essential to understanding Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 3x1-hr tutorials/week Prerequisites: CHNS2611 or CHNS2111 or HSC Chinese for Background contemporary Chinese society and culture. strengthening of reading. The unit aims to further character knowledge. oral tests (35%) and in-class tests (40%) The unit meets the needs of students who have passed HSC Chinese Continuation of Chinese 2A. Assessment: written assignments (equivalent to 2500wds in English) (50%). and to discuss them students should be able to engage in real life communication. thereby Textbooks acquainting themselves with certain major authors in the Chinese Gamer. Boulder. population and economic structure. reading comprehension.

oral CHNS3606 Assessment: 1xwritten assignment (40%). students will acquire the reading skills necessary for that reflected its proponents' anxiety for sociocultural change and advanced work in Chinese Studies.). 2x1-hr discussion report) (equivalent to 1500wds) (30%). CHNS2204 Assessment: classwork (10%). in-class tests (40%) Chinese for Specific Purposes 1 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. (e. It both full-form and simplified characters. tutorials/week Prerequisites: CHNS1202 or CHNS3602 or CHNS3104 presentation plus discussion leadership) (20%) Prohibitions: HSC Chinese for Background Speakers. such as medicine. 2x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 junior non-language credit points from Table tutorials/week Prerequisites: CHNS3603 or CHNS2203 Prohibitions: HSC A of the Table of Units of Study in the Faculty of Arts Assumed knowledge: Chinese for Background Speakers. 2007 Chinese for Background Speakers. including some authentic literary unit provides training in advanced knowledge of Chinese terms. and be confident of their ability to express ideas in Chinese. It will focus on a wide range of genres. 2xoral Chinese-language texts on a range of social and cultural topics. other written assignments. including composition and discussion. Students will gain familiarity Robert L. Boston: Cheng & Tsui Company. Available from the University Copy Centre concerns of Chinese people in the modern world. This unit of study is intended for students who have a sound with due attention to the more sophisticated skills (e.g. CHNS2203. of the time. CHNS3103 Assumed knowledge: Two years of university-level Chinese-language instruction for students without prior knowledge of Chinese Assessment: classwork (10%). skills necessary for advanced work in Chinese Studies or professional Textbooks work requiring Chinese-language literacy. 1x2500wd essay (40%). tutorial/week Prerequisites: CHNS3602 or CHNS3604 Prohibitions: Proficiency in reading will be developed through study of CHNS3605 and CHNS3606 Assessment: 1xwritten assignment (40%). use of intermediate competence of Modern Standard Chinese and wish to appropriate registers. students should be comfortable with including case studies in different social and professional contexts. It aims to further improve development of Chinese-language literacy through study of texts on students' Chinese communication skills for specific purposes. 1xoral presentation (30%) and chinese-language writing classwork (10%). discussion. Foundations in Classical with a broader range of literary and non-literary texts reflecting the Chinese: A Constructional Approach. Further training in the reading some basic research skills. reading and writing will be enhanced through advanced language exercises. The unit provides training more complex issues than at lower-intermediate level). The a range of social and cultural topics. Chard. in-class tests (40%).g. use dictionaries and language will enhance students' analytical and practical communication skills registers discerningly.. Boston: Cheng & Tsui Company. CHNS3633 Textbooks Ted Yao and Yuehua Liu.Arts units of study and deepen their understanding of Chinese culture while practising Continuation of Chinese 4A (Advanced). group debate (20%). Textbook and Lu Xun and China's Modern Literature Workbook. writing assignments (20%). It will Ted Yao and Yuehua Liu. Further enhancement of speaking. 1x1000wd research project (20%). in basic knowledge of Chinese terms. China Scene: An Advanced Multimedia Course (Traditional tutorials/week Prerequisites: CHNS2602 or CHNS1202 Prohibitions: HSC & Simplified Character edn. 3x1-hr Hong Gang Jin et al. oral presentations CHNS3611 (30%).). and was intended of Chinese as a vehicle for discussion of important issues. Integrated Chinese. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 junior non-language credit points from Table CHNS3603 A of the Table of Units of Study in the Faculty of Arts Assumed knowledge: No knowledge of the Chinese language or literature is required Assessment: Chinese 4A (Advanced) classwork (10%). graded contemporaries marked the emergence of a modern Chinese literature for difficulty. 1x2500wd essay (40%). 3rd edition. Continuing The unit is a continuation of CHNS 3611. etiquette and ethics in different Textbooks professions. This unit of study highlights works by Lu developing their own skills in oral and written expression of relatively Xun and other major authors in the context of the intellectual history complex subject matter. They will enrich their knowledge national salvation. 2007 CHNS3604 CHNS3634 Chinese 4B (Advanced) Gender in Modern Chinese Literature Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. including composition and engineering and business. through advanced language exercises. classwork and participation (10%) Speaking. in-class tests (40%) (30%). Level Two. 1x1-hr Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. 1xoral presentation (30%) in the BA (Advanced) degree program and chinese-language writing assignments (20%) Lu Xun was one of the most influential Chinese writers in the early Advanced training in modern Chinese language. (e. such as medicine. law. Level Two. 3rd edition. The works of Lu Xun and his reading. and arguments effectively in Chinese. 2010 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. listening. 1x1000wd research project (20%). Chinese 3A (Upper Intermediate) Textbooks Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. Boston: Cheng and Tsui. oral assignments assignments (20%) (30%) 96 . presentations (30%). China Scene: An Advanced Multimedia Course (Traditional Reader available from the University copy Centre & Simplified Character edn. with a focus on decades of the twentieth century. No knowledge of the Chinese language or literature is required Assessment: in-class tests (40%). It will also help them develop a general understanding of inter-professional knowledge in Chinese. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. Textbooks Textbooks Hong Gang Jin et al. writing assignments (20%). listening and writing skills etiquette and ethics in different professions. 1x2-hr Upper-intermediate unit of study in Modern Standard Chinese. 2010 and professional contexts. Integrated Chinese. Boston: Cheng and Tsui. 2xoral presentations presentations (30%). intelligent dictionary use. law. expressing ideas on study the language for specific purposes. while enhancing their ability to discuss complex subject matter in both spoken and CHNS3601 written Chinese. classwork and participation (10%) Continuation of Chinese 3A (Upper Intermediate). absorbed external influences. CHNS3602 Chinese 3B (Upper Intermediate) CHNS3612 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. Textbook and enhance students' practical communication skills in different social Workbook. engineering and business. Upon completion. while to reach a wide readership. By studying a range of literary and non-literary texts. oral assignments. CHNS2204 Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled Assessment: classwork (10%). texts.g. Helen Dunstan and Derek Herforth. 3x1-hr Chinese for Specific Purposes 2 tutorials/week Prerequisites: CHNS3601 or CHNS3103 Prohibitions: HSC Chinese for Background Speakers. CHNS3104 Assumed knowledge: Two Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. 1x2-hr and a half years of university-level Chinese-language instruction for students tutorial/week Prerequisites: CHNS3611 Prohibitions: CHNS3605 and without prior knowledge of Chinese Assessment: Classwork (10%).

On successful completion of this unit of study. Chinese Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. in the Chinese world. Enrolment in an approved semester-based program of study (normally intermediate or advanced Modern Standard Chinese language) at a This unit exists solely as an enrolment option for students who wish tertiary institution in China or Taiwan. historiographical traditions? In their narratives of both exemplary and counter-exemplary behavior. importance. Prerequisites: CHNS2612 or CHNS2112 or CHNS2904 or CHNS1314 Prohibitions: CHNS3561 Assumed knowledge: Basic knowledge of Classical Chinese Assessment: classwork (20%). Semester 2 97 . students 1x2000wd essay (30%). One or two genres may be studied in Chinese In-Country Study G greater depth. In this unit. students CHNS3640 will receive a "Satisfied Requirements" result at the University of Sydney. Students will learn fresh approaches to the study of Chinese society and culture All details as for CHNS2650. Consult Department All details as for CHNS2650. Semester 2 Assessment: As prescribed Prohibitions: CHNS3441. such as the ancient. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 1xoral presentation (15%) will receive a "Satisfied Requirements" result at the University of Sydney. Textbooks Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Assumed knowledge: At least a year of Modern Standard Chinese at tertiary level (or equivalent). the development and distinctive features of classical poetry will be explored through selected poems representing CHNS2656 various genres and periods. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. On successful completion of this unit of study. 1hr tests (2x20%). On successful completion of this unit of study. remarkable for its aesthetic qualities and political and cultural All details as for CHNS2650. Assessment: As prescribed by the host CHNS1801 institution. Semester 2 Assessment: As prescribed by the host institution. students own historians. to to study intermediate or advanced Chinese in China or Taiwan should a maximum of 24 credit points in any one semester. students of study whose numeric code has 60 as the second and third digits. On successful completion of this unit of study. An outstanding achievement of Chinese culture has been a vast corpus of poetry. will receive a "Satisfied Requirements" result at the University of Sydney. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Assessment: As prescribed by the host institution. Semester 2 Assessment: As prescribed of the great Tang masters. Students can earn 6 credit points to study elementary Chinese while on exchange. rationale to the department. such as economics? These and other questions will be Chinese In-Country Study E explored as we read in the rich sources left by premodern China's Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. students will receive a "Satisfied Requirements" result at the University of Sydney. On successful completion of this unit of study. richly symbolic Chu ci. students dynasty. This unit of study will illustrate the value of Note: Department permission required for enrolment. that students complete at least two semesters of Chinese prior to undertaking a full semester of in-country study. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 1x1hr test (30%). speakers of Chinese who can read Chinese fluently and seek special permission to undertake in-country study after first year must present a coherent academic Note: Department permission required for enrolment. students context has transformed conventional ideas about the roles of women will receive a "Satisfied Requirements" result at the University of Sydney. Students who plan for every 52 hours of Chinese-language class in China or Taiwan. Textbooks Consult Department All details as for CHNS2650. students will receive Chinese Exchange a "Satisfied Requirements" result at the University of Sydney. Semester 2 Assessment: As prescribed or CHNS1202 (or a sequel within the same stream). thought to influence the course of history? How was social change perceived? Was there an understanding of "impersonal" forces of CHNS2654 history. study after completion of an approved summer in-country CHNS1802 Chinese-language program. CHNS3647 Classical Chinese Poetry CHNS2655 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 3x1-hr tutorials/week Chinese In-Country Study F Prerequisites: CHNS2612 or CHNS2112 or CHNS1314 or CHNS2904 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. CHNS3541 Assessment: classwork (15%). Semester 2 Assessment: As prescribed by the host institution. Semester 2 Prerequisites: CHNS1102 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. additional written assignments and tests (equivalent to 1500wds) (20%) Chinese In-Country Study D Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 3x1-hr tutorials/week All details as for CHNS2650. the poetry Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. by the host institution. How did the early Chinese come to develop one of the world's great Note: Department permission required for enrolment. On successful completion of this unit of study. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Chinese History Through Chinese Eyes Note: Department permission required for enrolment. or any senior CHNS unit by the host institution.The department recommends All details as for CHNS2650. On successful completion of this unit of study. gender-sensitive scholarship by focusing on literary studies. Credit may also seek department permission to enrol in a "Chinese In-Country Study" be awarded at the rate of 6 credit points per 4 full weeks of intensive unit instead. or the innovative lyric verse of the Song by the host institution. Arts units of study Note: This unit is available as a designated 'Advanced' unit to students enrolled CHNS2651 in the BA (Advanced) degree program Chinese In-Country Study B Recent research on gender and related issues in Chinese cultural Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. what sort of personal qualities were All details as for CHNS2650. Native will receive a "Satisfied Requirements" result at the University of Sydney. Semester 2 Assessment: As prescribed in the BA (Advanced) degree program by the host institution. by examining the representation of gender and sexuality in (mainly) modern Chinese literature. CHNS2652 Textbooks Chinese In-Country Study C Reader available from the University Copy Centre Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. CHNS2650 CHNS2657 Chinese In-Country Study A Chinese In-Country Study H Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. 1x2000wd essay CHNS2653 (30%). On successful completion of this unit of study. will receive a "Satisfied Requirements" result at the University of Sydney.

Acting Chair of Chinese coordinator. China-focused units of study to reach 48 senior credit points. The thesis should be of 15. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. two seminars that meet weekly for three hours for one semester seminars 40% (each seminar 20%) or 3. 3605. Chair of Chinese For more information. contact Dr Yiyan Wang. (or 2102). CLSS2804 CHNS2813 Classical Civilisation Exchange Chinese Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. each meets weekly for two hours for one semester Prerequisites: CLSS4011 The minimum requirements for admission to Honours are as follows: (1) a major Classics Honours A in Chinese Studies plus sufficient additional credit points selected from other Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Prerequisites: See under Chinese Exchange CHNS4011. 3604.20000 words) and two academic staff seminars. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to CLSS4011 Corequisites: CLSS4011 Assessment: Refer to CLSS4011 Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. ASNS3690. Semester 1: Theory and Method in Asian Studies (Dr Olivier Ansart) The following seminars are on offer in 2011: Semester 2: Engaging Asia (Dr Michele Ford) In consultation with the Greek Epic (Prof Eric Csapo) supervisor and with the approval of the Chair of the Department. CHNS4013 Chinese Honours C CHNS2810 Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. Refer to CHNS4011 CHNS2811 Chinese Exchange Classical Studies Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. 2. Greek Philosophical Texts (Assoc Prof Rick Benitez) students can also select seminars from other programs in the Faculty Latin Imperial Poetry (Assoc Prof Lindsay Watson) of Arts. Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. 3606 plus 18 additional senior credit points of Greek towards the required 48 senior credit points by all students except those whose OR credit average in 36 senior credit points of Greek. Latin Republican Prose (Dr Robert Cowan) For more information. Corequisites: CHNS4012 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. CLCV1801 Classical Civilisation Exchange See under CHNS2810. Corequisites: CHNS4011 98 . 6. 12000 . The thesis is worth 45% of the final Honours mark. contact Dr Alastair Blanshard.000 words of written work or its points as possible in Chinese language and China-related subjects. a thesis written under the supervision of one or more members of 1. including two of Research in Asian Studies is strongly recommended and may be counted LATN3603. Honours Studies in semester 1 or Dr Linda Tsung. Refer to CHNS4011 See under CHNS1801. a long thesis written in English (18000 . one unseen exam on either a Greek or a Latin text. CLSS4012 CHNS4012 Classics Honours B Chinese Honours B Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Chinese Honours A Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Each seminar requires The thesis is worth 40% of the final Honours result and the seminars 6. Intending Honours students are advised to take as many senior credit Assessment: a thesis of 15. including two of qualifying senior credit points include CHNS2601 (or 2101) and/or CHNS2602 GRKA3603. Semester 2 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. each of the The following seminars are on offer in 2011: seminars is worth 22. 3606 plus 18 additional senior credit points of Latin.000 words in length.15000 words) and three seminars. Semester 2 Classes: Two or three seminars.5% and the unseen exam is worth 10%. Studies in semester 2. The Department also offers joint Honours supervision with other programs. CHNS2812 Chinese Exchange CLCV1802 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. See under CHNS2810. Semester 2 Prerequisites: See under advanced Chinese in China or Taiwan should seek department CHNS4011.000 words. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Classical Civilisation Exchange Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 3604. a short thesis in English (12000 . Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment.Arts units of study Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 3605. Corequisites: CHNS4013 permission to enrol in a "Chinese In-Country Study" unit instead.15000 words and three seminars Note: Department permission required for enrolment. equivalent for each seminar and one exam Assessment: a thesis of 18000-16000 words and two seminars or a thesis of Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. CLSS2805 See under CHNS2810 Classical Civilisation Exchange CHNS4011 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Classes: two seminars. and (2) a Credit each seminar meeting for 3 hours per week for one semester Prerequisites: average in all qualifying units of study.000 words of written work or it equivalent. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Approaches to Either credit average in 36 senior credit points of Latin. 60% (each seminar 20%). The thesis is worth 60% of the final Honours result and the 2. In addition. The Honours program in Classics consists of: The Honours program in Chinese Studies consists of: 1. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Prerequisites: See under CHNS4011. Refer to CHNS4011 This unit exists solely as an enrolment option for students who wish CHNS4014 to study Chinese while on exchange at a university elsewhere than Chinese Honours D in China or Taiwan. Students who plan to study intermediate or Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1.

1x1000wd paper (25%). and the Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to schooling. 1x1750wd take-home exam (35%) and participation (10%) undertake reading and analysis exercises designed to help them come This unit examines difference and diversity within community. 1x2000wd critical essay or photo essay Refer to CLSS4011 (30%) and 1x1000wd group presentation (20%) Cultural Studies While much of our knowledge of everyday life is taken for granted. The unit is divided into 2 sections: GCST2813 Gender. 1x1500 word write-up of presentation (30%). practices and theories by drawing on research with young people. and in the field. film and popular music. 1x1-hr online or media work/week Prerequisites: 18 Junior credit culture. media and popular culture. and reality TV. Students will also (35%). possessions) precis (15%). in relation to our identities Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1. including the forms of identity and belonging they engender. Michel Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. essay (40%) and participation (10%) Cultural studies explores everyday life. Specific debates about Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. horror. Arts units of study Refer to CLSS4011 the current parameters for studying youth cultural forms. 1x tutorial Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. points Assessment: participation (15%). Points of CLSS4013 focus will include discussion of youth. often considered ordinary or banal. soap opera. Key themes will 1x2500wd take-home exam or 1x2500wd research essay (35%). It will introduce students to some of Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. It questions the assumption that community GCST2812 is based on the unity and similarity of citizens and examines Cultural Studies Exchange alternatives such as difference and sociality. Examples will be drawn from different tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points including at least 6 credit points GCST Assessment: 3x500wd responses to readings (45%). choice of media and from both popular and "high" culture. youth arts and critical perspectives on Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. the musical. and include the place of gender in genre and the role of textual conventions participation in class and online (20%) in structuring meaning. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 Junior credit points Prohibitions: GCST2611 CLSS4011 Corequisites: CLSS4013 Assessment: Refer to CLSS4011 Assessment: 1x1000wd close reading assignment (20%). Communities and Belonging precede the discipline. 1x1750wd essay theoretical texts from the Cultural Studies "canon". this unit will explore some of the defining equivalent to 2000 words (40%). From the theoretical basis of cultural studies. 1x1500wd paper or creative project (25%) This unit introduces students to some theories of genre and to textual GCST3604 examples of specified genres. Semester 2 GCST2612 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 99 . 1x group presentation (10%). and Foucault. Several genres will be studied. Winter Main Classes: 1x2 hour lecture de Certeau and Raymond Williams as well as feminist approaches to and 1x1 hour tutorial Assessment: 1x online reflective learning journal the study of the everyday. possible Cultural Theory examples may include romance. including 6 credit points in GCST Prohibitions: WMST3003 Assessment: participation (10%). 1x1-hr music video. 1x1-hr and communities. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. 1x1-hr theories about the different forms of life that are promoted by consumer tutorial/week. this unit examines the GCST2606 ways in which identities are increasingly formed through consumption. provision of welfare are examined. 2xjournals (totalling 800 words) (20%). Summer Late Classes: 1x2 hour lecture and 1x1 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points Cultural Studies Exchange Prohibitions: WMST2012 Assessment: tutorial participation (10%). This unit tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 Junior credit points Prohibitions: WMST2008 overviews core and the most frequently referenced critical and Assessment: 1x500wd critical close reading task (20%). consumers. students will learn how to analyse cultural forms such as 1x2000wd essay (50%) advertising.g. but a long history of debates about and theories of culture Gender.5-hr lecture/week. Youth Cultures GCST2814 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Power and Cultural Studies Exchange Governance. the production of sexuality. television. at the operation of power and at how power produces and regulates communities and identities. Genres in Cultural Context It looks both at critiques of consumer societies and at more optimistic Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. Drawing on critical thinkers including Henri Lefebvre. 1x1500wd essay (20%). 1x2000 word Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 1x2000wd observation task assignment (30%). Cultural Studies was widely discussed as one of the "New Humanities" GCST2608 in the 1990s. Semester 2 the regulation of reproduction. essay/take-home exam (50%) GCST2815 This unit examines academic and popular cultural ideas about youth Cultural Studies Exchange and practices of youth culture. It looks to grips with using "theory" in their own work. the field of everyday life studies GCST1601 has provided one of the most important contributions to Cultural Introduction to Cultural Studies Studies. filmic Classics Honours C depictions of youth cultures. 1xgroup presentation with 500wd We will consider elements of both material culture (e. How do various cultural texts and practices convey tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 Junior credit points. 1x1-hr Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. and the processes of deciding what are the Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. journal different kinds of meaning and value? Drawing upon key approaches exercises (equivalent to 1500 words) (20%). youth subcultures. 1x1-hr key texts and concepts of Cultural Studies is ongoing. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. and media culture. CLSS4014 GCST2613 Classics Honours D Everyday Life: Theories and Practices Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week. Community and Difference. These seemingly diverse narratives and sites are brought CLSS4011 Corequisites: CLSS4012 Assessment: Refer to CLSS4011 together by the fact that they all play roles in shaping the lived Refer to CLSS4011 experience of contemporary youth culture. 1x2000 word theories. It GCST3603 shows us how we can make sense of contemporary culture as Consumer Cultures producers. practices and research methods in this exciting new field. sci-fi. readers and viewers. Semester 2 presentation (10%).

Note: Available only to 2)) students who commenced Cultural Studies or Gender Studies Honours prior to Identity. Semester 2 same way. Semester 2 Classes: Consultations with a supervisor appointed by the Department. Media and Gendered Cultures (Sem 1) student and the supervisor Corequisites: GCST4101 Assessment: 15000 word thesis Modernism. Honours coordinator. Note: Available only to 1. GCST4102 Research Skills. points of Cultural Studies. Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr Note: Department permission required for enrolment. A program is provided at the beginning of semester. See GCST4101 2-3hrs/week for each seminar Prerequisites: Credit average in 48 senior credit points of Cultural Studies. Semester 2 Classes: Consultations Philosophy in the Feminine (Sem 1) with a supervisor appointed by the Department. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to 2010. as determined between the Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. Note: Available only to Cultural Studies Honours D students who commenced Cultural Studies or Gender Studies Honours prior to Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. The following seminars are on offer in 2011: GCST4113 Cultural Studies Honours Thesis A Arguing the Point (Dr Melissa Gregg) (Sem 1) Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to student and the supervisor Corequisites: GCST4101 GCST4011 Corequisites: GCST4011 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Note: Available only to Cultural Studies Honours A students who commenced Cultural Studies or Gender Studies Honours prior to Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. GCST4011 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. For each. Semester 2 Classes: one class of 2010. Note: The Honours in Cultural Studies Exchange Gender Studies and Honours in Cultural Studies programs are structured in the Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. It is also possible to do combined Honours by enrolling in one GCST2818 Seminar and two Thesis units from each discipline. Semester 2 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Corequisites: GCST4101 Assessment: Satisfactory completion Practical field work: Workshop lengths Note: Department permission required for enrolment. GCST4114 Cultural Studies Honours Thesis B GCST4012 Cultural Studies Honours B Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. seminar/week Corequisites: GCST4101 Assessment: 4000-6000 words of written work or its equivalent The Honours program in Cultural Studies consists of: Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. a student must enrol in GCST4101 Arguing the Point and Note: Department permission required for enrolment. as determined between the student and the supervisor Corequisites: GCST4101 GCST4014 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Each seminar requires written work or its equivalent 6. non-assessable participation in an Honours "mini-conference" that Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Prerequisites: Refer to GCST4115 GCST4011 Corequisites: GCST4012 Cultural Studies Honours Thesis C Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Modernity and Modern Culture (Dr Natalya Lust) (Sem Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr runs for half a day early in semester 2. seminar/week Corequisites: GCST4101 Assessment: 4000-6000 words of The thesis should be of 15. one seminar that meets weekly for 3 hours for one semester and GCST4112 two seminars that meet weekly for 2 hours for one semester Cultural Studies Honours Seminar B 3. See GCST4101 2. at times vary across the semester. All Honours students are Cultural Studies Exchange also expected to attend the Departmental research seminar series. Place and Culture (Prof Meaghan Morris) (Sem 2) 2010. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. including GCST2601 (or WMST2001) Prohibitions: WMST4011 Assessment: 4000-6000 words of written work or its equivalent (100%) GCST2817 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Every student then takes four Honours Thesis units and two Honours Seminar units. Available Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 including GCST2602 (or WMST2002) OR credit average in 48 senior credit Note: Department permission required for enrolment. See GCST4101 GCST4011 Corequisites: GCST4013 Refer to GCST4113 Refer to GCST4011 100 . See GCST4101 For more information. contact Dr Melissa Gregg. Semester 2 Classes: Consultations Refer to GCST4011 with a supervisor appointed by the Department. See GCST4101 seminars is worth 20%.Arts units of study Note: Department permission required for enrolment.000 words of written work or its equivalent. GCST2819 GCST4102 Cultural Studies Exchange Research Skills Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Note: Available only to students who commenced Cultural Studies or Gender Studies Honours prior to Refer to GCST4011 2010. as determined between the Sport. GCST4101 Arguing the Point GCST2816 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr seminar/week Cultural Studies Exchange Prerequisites: Credit average in 48 senior credit points of Gender Studies. prior to 2010. See GCST4101 GCST4013 Refer to GCST4113 Cultural Studies Honours C Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. a thesis written under the supervision of one or more members of students who commenced Cultural Studies or Gender Studies Honours prior to academic staff 2010.000 words in length. including GCST2601 (or WMST2001) Assessment: GCST4111 a thesis of 15000 words and 6000 words of written work or its equivalent for Cultural Studies Honours Seminar A each seminar Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 only to students who commenced Cultural Studies or Gender Studies Honours Note: Department permission required for enrolment. in Gender Studies or Cultural Studies respectively. Note: Available only to students who commenced Cultural Studies or Gender Studies Honours prior to The thesis is worth 40% of the final Honours mark and each of the 2010.

This unit of study introduces students to key concepts Access by Design: A Guide to Universal Usability for Web Designers http://universalusability. 1x1-hr Readings will be supplied online tutorial/week commecing week 2 Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points Recommended reading: Prohibitions: ARIN2200 Assessment: 1x2000wd essay (40%). new media theory ARIN2620 and interaction design with hands-on exercises. Drawing on recent critical theory and Prohibitions: ARIN2000 Assessment: 1x2000wd research blog (40%). Salen. 1x1-hr of writing. ISYS3400 (ISYS3207) and ARIN3620 cyberspace and cyberworld communities including social networking (ARIN2000) Prohibitions: ARIN3500. (2002) Handbook of Media and Communication Research. See GCST4101 This unit of study introduces students to a diverse range of art Refer to GCST4113 practices that utilise new digital media including: interactive art works. 1x1500wd website review (25%). tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 18 senior credit points memory and thought itself. Digital Cultures Students will learn about the aesthetic and technical dimensions of new digital technologies and will develop the critical and analytical ARIN2600 tools with which to discuss and evaluate digital art works. Malden. themes and debates in the expanding world of Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr seminar/week Prerequisites: ISYS3403 (ISYS3113). K. (2003) Rules of Play. report (20%). Web Production Textbooks Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2. in ways appropriate to specific contexts. 1x3000 word project proposal (40%). Cambridge. games and virtual worlds. Remediation: understanding new media. David (2001) Reading digital culture.D. In this unit. Note: Available only to art review (25%). The challenge now is to do it well. 2005 many fields. 1x1500wd website project (35%). this unit unravels the complex interplay between 1x2500wd research proposal (45%). 1x1500wd report (20%). ARIN3640 it has become an everyday activity. 1x1000wd case study (20%). London: Thames & Hudson. London: the social implications of the latest developments in information Palgrave MacMillan technologies. participation (15%) humans and technologies. 1x2000wd essay (40%). and Zimmerman. They identify an actual client ARIN2620 Course Reader and prepare the scope and design for the project. ARIN3600 Assessment: 1x1000wd sites. computer games are rapidly emerging as distinctive cultural forms. Simulation Recommended reading: and visualisation technologies and techniques have developed across Sarah Horton. & Grusin. E. cultural research. Computer Games and Simulation Learn key concepts and skills for the analysis and production of media Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. content analysis or case studies. politics. Cyberworlds Textbooks Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. students work in groups to research and develop a detailed Textbooks proposal for a Digital Cultures project. 1x1500wd practices and design methodologies in emerging forms of internet equivalent design project (35%). digital media installations. A. Summer Main Classes: 1x1-hr ARIN3620 Course Reader lecture/week. How do people use new media technologies? To answer this question Textbooks you need to know how to conduct research: a systematic investigation ARIN2600 Course Reader Recommended reading: using carefully chosen and ethically sound methods. net art and art and science projects. Learn a range of content creation tools and develop strategies for building and managing web content From first person shooters to massively multiplayer environments. They build their methodology by choosing a combination of methods: ethnography. In this unit Trend. 1x1500wd Salen. Textbooks The screen languages of interaction and simulation are diverging from Readings will be supplied online and complicating cinematic and televisual conventions. 1x2-hr seminar/week Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points Assessment: 1x1000wd exercise (20%). K. participation (15%) students who commenced Cultural Studies or Gender Studies Honours prior to Note: May be cross-listed for an Art History and Theory major 2010. Critically examine contemporary writing lecture/week. It combines critical and historical readings in games studies. K. 1999 Technocultures explores how technology and culture are bound ARIN3620 together in increasingly complex ways. ARIN2610 discourse analysis. 2003 Prohibitions: ARIN3000 Assessment: 1x1500wd influence analysis (30%). London (15%). 1x2000wd exhibition proposal (30%). Technocultures Textbooks Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week.com/access_by_design/ and methodologies in computer games and simulation. Recommended reading: 1x500wd discussion-leading and report (15%).: MIT Press. MA: MIT Press Are online encounters different from face-to-face encounters? Are online communities 'real' communities? How do online identities relate ARIN3650 to offline identities? This unit of study introduces students to key Digital Cultures Project 1 perspectives. perception. Andrew and John Potts (2003) Culture and technology. participation (20%) Cambridge. Students will also investigate how article (20%). Semester 2 Classes: Consultations Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week and 1x1hr with a supervisor appointed by the Department. interviews. This gives BA 101 . E. Summer Main Classes: 1x1-hr for the World Wide Web. (2006) Rules of Play. participation (15%) Mass. sociality. aesthetics. online methods. and Zimmerman. Bolter. surveys. Game Design Fundamentals. J. participation (15%) content authoring and distribution. and New York: Routledge participation and workshops (25%) Where web production was once the domain of technical specialists. Cambridge. new forms of user-generated content and participatory media are participation (20%) shaping our cyberworld experiences. 1x1000wd Note: Department permission required for enrolment. 1x2-hr workshop/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 18 Recommended reading: junior credit points Prohibitions: ARIN2100 Assessment: 1x500wd wiki entry Jensen. and Oxford: Blackwell students prepare a research proposal to improve knowledge about Murphie. C. Arts units of study GCST4116 ARIN2630 Cultural Studies Honours Thesis D Digital Arts Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. 1x1-hr ARIN2630 Course Reader tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points Paul. 1x1500wd analysis (30%). embodiment. as determined between the tutorial/week commencing week 2 Prerequisites: 18 junior credit points student and the supervisor Corequisites: GCST4101 Prohibitions: ARIN2300 Assessment: 1x1500wd essay (30%). Digital Art. The Game Design Reader Note: May be cross-listed for a Sociology major : a rules of play anthology. Information and communication Researching Digital Cultures technologies in particular contribute to widespread reconfigurations Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. Mass. R. MA: MIT Press.

attendance and performance. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. ARIN3600 Assessment: Digital Cultures Exchange 1x2000wd equivalent project prototype and presentation (50%). ISYS3400 (ISYS3207). Semester 2 of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Digital Cultures at an approved Note: Department permission required for enrolment. and Morville. The major assessment for this unit of study is Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent a research essay where students critically reflect on these experiences. students will formulate a topic Note: Department permission required for enrolment. consultations and meetings with supervisor Prerequisites: ARIN1000 and either ISYS1003 or INFO1000 or INFO1003. for their research essay for the co-requisite unit ARIN3680 Digital Cultures Internship Project. 1x1000 project report (20%). (2006) Information architecture for the World Digital Cultures Exchange Wide Web. including units in the Digital Technology Undergraduate Studies in Digital Cultures. Arts major. Students will also be required to keep an online journal during the duration of the internship. Through this project they will overseas university should enrol in this unit. and Culture Program. Such students must seek and ISYS/INFO Corequisites: ARIN3680 Assessment: Students must satisfy approval for their proposed course of study from the Director of the requirements of an internship contract with their workplace. Textbooks ARIN2804 Rosenfeld. extend and inter-relate skills and knowledge gained from their Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent Information Systems major. MA: O'Reilly ARIN3660 Course Reader Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Students will usually not enrol in ARIN3670 until the second semester of their 3rd year. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 The Digital Cultures Internship Project follows on from the ARIN3670 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Semester 2 to approval by the Director of the BA (Digital Technology and Culture) program Note: Department permission required for enrolment. The internship and journal are assessed on a ARIN2805 satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. assisted and approval for their proposed course of study from the Director of supervised by both the workplace and staff from the Digital Technology Undergraduate Studies in Digital Cultures. ARIN2808 Digital Cultures Exchange Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Students will be required to keep an online journal Digital Cultures Exchange documenting and analysing their experiences during the internship. Such students must seek ARIN2801 approval for their proposed course of study from the Director of Digital Cultures Exchange Undergraduate Studies in Digital Cultures. Such students must seek Digital Cultures Internship Project approval for their proposed course of study from the Director of Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. the Arts. L. Placements may include arts and cultural organisations and information and communication technology ARIN2806 organisations. skills and knowledge from their studies in approval for their proposed course of study from the Director of Information systems. Semester 2 project prototype and documentation (20%). Cambridge. Semester 2 102 . The proposal forms the basis of the ARIN3660 project. of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Digital Cultures at an approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. 36 senior credit points of ARIN overseas university should enrol in this unit. as evaluated through a workplace supervisor report. Such students must seek of 20 working days in an appropriate organisation. Such students must seek demonstrate strategies. Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Digital Cultures at an approved ARIN3680 overseas university should enrol in this unit. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Digital Cultures at an approved overseas university should enrol in this unit. ARIN3670 Digital Cultures Internship Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Digital Cultures at an approved Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. Semester 2 Classes: individual Undergraduate Studies in Digital Cultures. and locating an appropriate match between student and organisation. and Digital Technology and of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Digital Cultures at an approved Culture units. Beijing. ARIN3620 ARIN2803 (ARIN2000) and ARIN3650 Prohibitions: ARIN3500. Note: Enrolment is subject Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. participation (10%) Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent In this unit of study students develop a prototype of the Digital Cultures of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Digital Cultures at an approved project that they proposed in ARIN3650. 1x2500wd Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. P. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. including Undergraduate Studies in Digital Cultures. Digital Cultures Exchange Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Digital Cultures Project 2 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr seminar/week Prerequisites: ISYS3403 (ISYS3113). Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent of a 6 credit-point senior unit of study in Digital Cultures at an approved The internship consists of a work placement comprising a minimum overseas university should enrol in this unit. overseas university should enrol in this unit. overseas university should enrol in this unit. Such students must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director of Students enrolled at Sydney University who wish to take the equivalent Undergraduate Studies in the Digital Cultures. Digital Cultures Internship where students are placed within an appropriate workplace. 36 senior credit points of ARIN and ISYS/INFO Corequisites: ARIN3670 Assessment: 1x1000wd annotated ARIN2807 bibliography (30%) and 1x3500wd research essay (70%) Digital Cultures Exchange Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1. and Culture Program. Semester 2 Prerequisites: ARIN1000 and either ISYS1003 or INFO1000 or INFO1003. Semester 2 Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Such students must seek ARIN2802 approval for their proposed course of study from the Director of Digital Cultures Exchange Undergraduate Studies in Digital Cultures.Arts units of study (Digital Technology and Culture) students the opportunity to apply. Semester 2 In consultation with their supervisor. Such students must seek approval for their proposed course of study from the Director of ARIN3660 Undergraduate Studies in Digital Cultures.

sexuality. Grammatical concepts will be Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1.5-hr exam (40%) The following seminars are on offer in 2011: Digital Research and Publishing This unit explores how Australian authors write in. As I Lay Dying Textbooks Woolf. In addressing these questions. 1x1-hr tutorial /week Assessment: 1x1000wd tutorial task (20%). Marlowe. Malory. representation. Semester 2 Corequisites: ARIN4011 Refer to ARIN4011 ENGL1026 Narrating the Fictive Self ARIN4013 Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week. Patrick White.An Introduction. 1x1500wd essay (40%). 2010) A course reader will be available from the University Copy Centre. how Australian texts rewrite Network Society authoritative texts of other cultures. essay (30%). will focus on issues of authority. It will open up a range of questions: how international Internet Cultures and Governance influences work in Australian writing. 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points of English Prohibitions: ENGL2027 Assessment: 1x2000wd essay (40%). Each seminar requires ENGL1008 9000 words of written work or its equivalent. Unit Resource Book. Britain and America in the early twentieth century. Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. translation. Modernist participation (10%) writers strove to find new ways of representing the momentous cultural This unit explores the art of narrative from Greek and Roman antiquity and technological changes of this period. Faulkner. the unit For more information. Arts units of study ARIN4011 This unit of study equips students with some general tools for the Digital Cultures Honours A close analysis of literary language. 1x1. myth and satire. To the Lighthouse Homer. Semester 2 Corequisites: ARIN4012 This unit explores the topic of self in a range of contemporary texts. rhetoric and discourse studies and theorizations of the relationship between texts and subjectivity. a thesis written under the supervision of one or more members of Collins. 1x2000wd essay (45%). It also investigates the history of Modernism the early masters of English narrative so compelling? How does a film as an academic subject and its various reappraisals. The Honours program in Digital Cultures consists of: Textbooks 1. ARIN4012 Textbooks Digital Cultures Honours B Texts may include works by authors such as Gail Jones. 1x1. Hero and Leander. Le Morte Darthur (seventh and eighth tales). two seminars that meet weekly for two hours for one semester. Narrative theory readings Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture/week. Texts and Time Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week and This unit explores the relationship between gender. tutorial Europe. how Australian texts imagine other Exploring Digital Cultures places. O ENGL2627 Brother.5-hr exam (40%) historicised readings. Swift. It will provide an opportunity for students to analyse and interrogate the construction of self in a variety of social ARIN4014 contexts by focusing on textual representations of sexuality. reputations. 1x1-hr Digital Cultures Honours C tutorial/week Assessment: 1x500wd tutorial presentation (15%). the history of Britain. like O Brother. Semester 2 Corequisites: ARIN4013 Refer to ARIN4011 ENGL2623 Twentieth Century Literature: Modernism English Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week and 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points of English Prohibitions: ENGL2023 Assessment: 1x2500wd essay (55%) and 1x2hr ENGL1002 exam (45%) Narratives of Romance and Adventure Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week and Modernism is a complex phenomenon. and the nature of Joyce. What makes Homer's Odyssey and Ovid's representative Modernist texts. Where Art Thou? fit in? Issues of particular relevance Textbooks include the nature of epic. produced principally in (30%). how careers. Weland. Australian Texts: International Contexts The thesis is worth 50% of the final Honours mark and each of the Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week and seminars is worth 25%. to and about the wider world. Second academic staff Edition (Palgrave. Refer to ARIN4011 both literary and filmic. Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr introduced and applied to the description of prose. Brian Castro. Nam Le and others Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. the unfolding of adventure The Norton Anthology of Poetry and gender relations. categorising a range of 1x1-hr tutorial/week Assessment: 1x1500wd essay (30%). Assessment: 1x15000wd thesis (50%). 1x1. 2x9000wd seminar essays (50%) of key strands in contemporary language study will also be presented. This unit focuses on to the present. publication and reception take place Remixable Media within and beyond the nation. Reading Sexuality extracts. including semiotic theory. A number cross-listed units of study. Where Art Thou?. cultural 1x1-hr tutorial/week Assessment: 2x500wd assignments (30%). Questions to be explored include the relationship 103 . seminar/week per semester long unit Prerequisites: Credit average in 48 and students will explore the changing relations between form and senior credit points in the Digital Cultures Program comprising ARIN and meaning in English from the earliest times up to the present. Honours Coordinator. 1x2hr (2000wd) take-home ENGL1007 exam (40%) and tutorial participation (20%) Language. The thesis should be of 15000 words in length. Wife of Bath's Tale. 1x debate peformance (10%). Chaucer. The Odyssey. including: Ovid. 1x1000wd assignment (20%). 2. Note: Department permission required for enrolment. Gulliver's Travels. poetry and drama. setting them in their larger historical Metamorphoses defining texts for the history of narrative? Why are and aesthetic contexts.5-hr exam innovative literary (and other artistic) works. 1x2-hr exam (40%) Credit points: 12 Session: Semester 1. race and Digital Cultures Honours D gender in ways that are relevant to being and living in today's world. Coen brothers (film). borders and authenticity. The Tempest. Heartbreak House humankind. identity. Peter & Carmella Hollo: English Grammar. Metamorphoses. contact Dr Kathy Cleland. Shakespeare. Ulysses Shaw. 1x2000wd production and interpretation in cinematic texts through detailed.

Wyler) Valley of the Dolls (dir. signs and silence to convey a particular message. Areas of focus will include Victorian morality. as well Students will study (in modern English translation) the literature of as the detailed reading of Shakespeare's dramatic language.systemic. the questions of adaptation. These issues include: continuities and discontinuities between literature and cinema. Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lectures/week and 1x1 Textbooks tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of English Prohibitions: The Norton Anthology of Poetry. The Norton Shakespeare. Legends and Heroes 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of English Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1-hr lectures/week and Prohibitions: ENGL2040 Assessment: 1x2000wd essay (50%). Almodovar) Notes on A Scandal (dir. legendary and historical study. and the practice of rhetoric: the use of Literature and Cinema language.Arts units of study between film and psychoanalysis. 1x take home 'Victorian Things'. They will develop skills in analysis. Current two closely related peoples of the Early Middle Ages -. and language of these nations. social.5hr exam (50%) Hammett: The Maltese Falcon Williams: A Streetcar Named Desire This unit introduces students to various ways of talking about English Burgess: A Clockwork Orange grammar . This Huston: The Maltese Falcon Kazan: A Streetcar Named Desire will provide useful background for a detailed examination of the Gilliam: Brazil dominant traditions in grammar theory since 1900. Reading Poetry Textbooks Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 2x1-hr lecture/week. Eyre) of technical and linguistic characteristics. Lumet) an historical period. ed. ideological and personal contexts and issues which ENGL2629 they reflect. As well. an individual poet. for other materials assignment (20%). The Wanderer. focusing on representations of the Watching film versions of the plays will form an integral part of our heroic ideal.5-hr exam (40%) ENGL2652 An exploration of literature. Hitchcock) ENGL2050 Assessment: 1x2500wd essay (55%) and 1x2hr examination (45%) The Children's Hour (dir. Stephen Greenblatt Textbooks Beowulf (trans. camp. writing. and teach students to analyse and improve their Prohibitions: ENGL2038 Assessment: 1x oral presentation (10%). 1x tutorial task and participation (20%) Textbooks Note: May be cross listed to a major in Linguistics Additional material will be included in a course reader and/or on WebCT This unit will introduce students to both the theory of rhetoric: the study ENGL2638 of human communication. and Prohibitions: ENGL2052 Assessment: 1x2500wd essay (40%). traditional among others . the politics of Empire. Lectures and tutorials will cover the literature. intertextuality and genre. Readings of individual poems will involve both intensive study Todo sobre mi madre (dir. the cultural and historical contexts of literary and cinematic ENGL2653 texts. history. Robson) A different range of poetry will be offered each year concentrating on Dog Day Afternoon (dir. and display. of literature and cinema. Lynch) form. It will trace the development of modern theories from classical and later Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week and 1x2-hr seminar/week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points of English ideas about rhetoric. culture and Empire in the Victorian period. 1x2-hr exam 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points of English (40%). generative. The unit also introduces students to Kubrick: A Clockwork Orange the history of grammar as a discipline in the European tradition. 1x2000wd essay (30%) and 1x1. 1x2hr (2000wd) exam (40%). Jonze: Adaptation