The course intends to introduce students teachers to the relationship between Ghanaian identity, culture and arts. This course aims at helping student-teachers to understand the diverse cultural elements of Ghana. It also focuses on supporting student-teachers’ to appreciate the importance of arts and culture in the expression of our national identity. It is intended to offer equity and inclusivity to enable students connect with diversity in its teaching. Additionally, it is intended to offer student-teachers the opportunity to help learners appreciate their Ghanaian identity, culture and arts and the need to promote Ghanaian identity through expression of culture and arts. Furthermore, the course will equip student- teachers with knowledge and competencies to support their learners to demonstrate different ways of positively demonstrating Ghanaian identity and core values. Student – teachers will be able to account of and respect learners divers and linguistics and cultural backgrounds in teaching about Ghanaian identity, cultural and artistic expression/ vacation. The course will be delivered using differentiated strategies and approaches.
The course will be delivered using a variety of pedagogical approaches including group discussions, critical thinking, pair share, community walks, field visits, role plays and work-based learning experience and school visits.
Assessment of, for and as learning, will include the use of quizzes, oral presentations, project works. (Reference from NTS 1c; f≷1e; 2f; 3e; 1g; 2c; NTEC F pgs. 16, 55).
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