In Dance, students:build on their awareness of the body and how it is used in particular dance stylesextend their understanding and use space, time, dynamics and relationships to expand their choreographic intentionsextend the combinations of fundamental movement skills to include dance style-speci...
In Dance, students:
build on their awareness of the body and how it is used in particular dance styles
extend their understanding and use space, time, dynamics and relationships to expand their choreographic intentions
extend the combinations of fundamental movement skills to include dance style-specific movement skills
extend technical skills from the previous band, increasing their confidence, accuracy, clarity of movement and projection
draw on dances from a range of cultures, times and locations as they experience dance
explore the dance and influences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and those of the Asia region
reflect on the development of traditional and contemporary styles of dance and how choreographers can be identified through the style of their choreography
learn about sustainability through the arts and sustainability of practices in the arts
explore meaning and interpretation, forms and elements, and social, cultural and historical contexts of dance as they make and respond to dance
evaluate dancers’ success in expressing the choreographers’ intentions and the use of expressive skills in dances they view and perform
understand that safe dance practices underlie all experiences in the study of dance
perform within their own body capabilities and work safely in groups.
By the end of Year 10, students analyse the choreographer?s use of the elements of dance, choreographic devices, form and production elements to communicate choreographic intent in dances they make, perform and view. They evaluate the impact of dance from different cultures, places and times on Australian dance.
Students choreograph dances by manipulating and combining the elements of dance, choreographic devices, form and production elements to communicate their choreographic intent. They choreograph, rehearse and perform dances, demonstrating technical and expressive skills appropriate to the genre and style.