Dance Theory in Practice for Teachers: Physical and Performance Skills
A resource for teachers focusing on the skills students need when working towards assessment of dance in performance. Describes the dance experience mainly from the dancer's perspective and in a way teachers can use in their daily teaching schedules.
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INTRODUCTION TO THIS RESOURCE
Basic Technical Skills
PART FOUR STUDENT INFORMATION ASSESSMENT AND TASK SHEETS
activity alignment Answer Anthony Clark appropriate audience balance ballet body centre Chapter choreographer Co-ordination Contemporary Dance Curriculum Links dance action dance experience dance performance dance studio dancer's counts dancers need describe Dunce Emphasise Flow engram excerpt expressive skills falling feel feet flexibility floor flow of energy focus foot gravity Group awareness hamstring heels hips important improve injury Involvement of whole Jazz dance jumping kapa haka knees learning experiences Learning outcome minutes Morris dance motor memory muscles Naughty snacks NCEA Achievement Standards partner phrase physical fitness pirouette plie programme pukana pulling Purpose quadriceps quadriceps muscles Repeat the whole repetition requires Rhythm safe dance practice sequence set dance space specific Standards in Dance steps stretch Student Assessment Sheet Student Information Sheet Student Task Sheet Students demonstrate Studio date style Suggested music technical skills torso travelling turn viewing tasks Warm-down warm-up exercises warming week weight whole body Zealand Dance