This is a series of resources to help students to get started on their own work, both in the studio and in the written work.
Students need to understand the importance of imagination and creativity in the dance studio, but when writing, then that isn’t necessary.
The results of their creativity in their own choreography depends on a wide range of skills and dance elements. The more they use well, the more marks they will get. Development is so important. They must learn to think outside of the box.
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Elements of Dance
The results of their creativity in their own choreography depends on a wide range of skills and dance elements. The more they use well, the more marks they will get. Development is so important. They must learn to think outside of the box. This resource goes through all the elements of dance students need to know and understand, both in the studio and in the classroom. The pages could be used as posters in the studio and/or classroom, cue cards for your students to have, in all sorts of ways.
Motifs are an integral part of choreography for GCSE. It is also the main part of Section A in the written paper. And in Section B, they are asked to write about their own work.
Section A on the written paper is a choreography question. Understanding the question is very important.
When writing motifs for the written paper, they do not need to be imaginative or creative. They just need to be quick at responding to the given stimulus.
Choreography for GCSE is integral to both practical and written aspects of the course.
Students are required to understand the approach to, the processes and principles of choreography.
This Simply Done will guide you through them all.