This course introduces the concepts of new literacies in the 21st century as evolving social phenomena and shared cultural practices across learning areas. The 21st century literacies shall include (a) globalization and multi-cultural literacy, (b) social literacy, (c) media literacy, (d) financial literacy, (e) cyber literacy /digital literacy, (f) eco-literacy and (g) arts and creativity literacy. Field based-interdisciplinary explorations (ex. observation in mathematics, Field Studies) and other teaching strategies shall be used to develop PSTs’ teaching skills to promote learners’ literacy, and critical and creative thinking skills. Pre-service teachers shall develop skills in using appropriate teaching strategies and resources, including the positive use of ICT, to address learning goals. 

This course introduces the origin, basic steps, and techniques of the dances from Europe and America. Other dance forms shall be introduced like ballet, jazz and Latin-American dances.
This course provides understanding of the movement concepts in terms of the body, space, effort and relationship that will aid a student in making a connection between physical movement, personal meaning and aesthetic expression. [1.1.1; 3.1.1)

This course is a practical study of music in which active involvement with various aspects of music is encouraged. Students experience and understand music through three content areas: Music History - Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic; Elements of Music - melody, rhythm, harmony, form, timbre, texture, acoustic/science of sound; Music instruments - strings, woodwind, brass, and percussion. This comprehensive approach will allow students to integrate the practical, theoretical, and conceptual aspects of music. 

A team sport includes any sport where individuals are organized into opposing team which compete to win. Team members act together towards a shared objective.