chld0143.pdf - SYLLABUS DATE OF LAST REVIEW 02/2013 CIP CODE 19.0708 SEMESTER DEPARTMENTAL SYLLABUS COURSE TITLE Creative Experience I COURSE NUMBER

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SYLLABUS DATE OF LAST REVIEW: 02/2013 CIP CODE: 19.0708 SEMESTER: DEPARTMENTAL SYLLABUS COURSE TITLE: Creative Experience I COURSE NUMBER: CHLD-0143 CREDIT HOURS: 3 INSTRUCTOR: DEPARTMENTAL SYLLABUS OFFICE LOCATION: DEPARTMENTAL SYLLABUS OFFICE HOURS: DEPARTMENTAL SYLLABUS TELEPHONE: DEPARTMENTAL SYLLABUS EMAIL: KCKCC- “issued email accounts are the official means for electronically communicating with our students.” PREREQUISITES: None REQUIRED TEXT AND MATERIALS: Please check with the KCKCC bookstore, , for the required texts for your particular class. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This a basic course designed to assist teachers and prospective teachers of young children, particularly 3 and 4 years old, develop a repertoire of varied activities for young children. METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: A variety of instructional methods may be used depending on content area. These include but are not limited to: lecture, multimedia, cooperative/collaborative learning, labs and demonstrations, projects and presentations, speeches, debates, panels, conferencing, performances, and learning experiences outside the classroom. Methodology will be selected to best meet student needs. In addition, the notes on processes and activities below will be used to assist in meeting course requirements. 1. Regular attendance is important if you want to do well in class. If you are absent, you are responsible for getting class notes from someone who was present. 2. Participation in class discussions and activities is also important. A maximum of 25 points for class participation is possible and these points will be added to your total accumulation in calculating your final grade.
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3. You are responsible for being familiar with information in the text so you can discuss it in detail in class. Your resource text will be helpful to you in completing other assignments. 4. Six (6) short in-class displays or demonstrations are required, for 5 points each. You may choose from the following: a. teach a song or use a record for a activity b. teach a dance c. involve students in a science experiment d. tell or read a story with dramatic effect e. teach an art project f. write a series of questions demonstrating an ability to stimulate language and analytical thinking g. present a project involving math h. prepare and present an activity related to health and safety I. prepare and demonstrate an appropriate snack 5. There may be several field trips and maybe a professional workshop. Your attendance is expected for a point value of 25 points each. 6. Hand in a written summary of an article from the professional journals Young Children or Child Development. The article should deal with something that actually involves young children in a classroom. Include in your summary the title of the article, author(s), name of the journal, date of issue, volume number and page numbers of the article.
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