10 credits at level HE6
Critically analyse the nature of informal education and the differing methods of delivery such as, music, arts, sport, media. Examine the impact of these different methods on young people.
Analyse a range of media, skills / techniques in the delivery of youth & community work
Critically assess the theoretical and contextual approaches in delivering informal education using a variety of media for example, arts, drama, sports, music etc. in the youth & community work context
Critically examine the impact on young people of selected delivery methods
This will be a combination of formally taught sessions, student centred practical exercises and also debates. Each student will be expected to lead a time bound seminar on their chosen informal education delivery method. Guest speakers will also be invited to give seminars on their work with young people from a diversity of communities.
when you have successfully completed this module you will:
to demonstrate that you have achieved the learning outcome you will:
|1.||Critically examine the range of delivery methods used in youth & community work and assess the practice of informal education.||Deliver findings through the chosen delivery method and assessment will be focussed on relevant demonstration of skills for example, arts, music, sport|
|2.||Use relevant theoretical links to examine chosen delivery methods.||Make reference to relevant theoretical links throughout the presentation|
|3.||Locate chosen delivery methods within current social context and relate these to own practice.||Demonstrate within the presentation the relevance to current social contexts in relation to own practice|
|4.||Critically analyse the impact of a relevant delivery method on young people||Critically appraise the impact of chosen delivery method|
Your achievement of the learning outcomes for this module will be tested as follows:
There are no prerequisites for this module.
No restrictions apply.
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Dearling, A., Armstrong H. (1997) Youth Action and the Environment. Dorset: Russell House Publishing
Dearling, A., Skinner, A. (2002) Making a Difference: Practice and planning in working with young people in community safety and crime prevention programmes. Dorset: Russell House Publishing
Dearling, A., Armstrong. H. (1995) World Youth Games. Dorset: Russell House Publishing
Moloney, T. (2006) The Magic Workshop: A resource for anyone who works with young people in a creative & fun way. Dorset: Russell House Publishing
Moser, P., McKay, G. (2005) Community Music: a handbook. Dorset: Russell House Publishing
Smith. A. (1994) Creative Outdoor Work with Young People. Dorset: Russell House Publishing
Taylor, A.M. (2003) Responding to Adolescents: helping relationship skills for youth workers, mentors and other advisors. Dorset: Russell House Publishing
|Host Subject Group:||Health, Social and Community Studies|
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