Appendix - Resources Assessment Assessment for Learning involves learners receiving a considerable amount of descriptive feedback during their learning.
Introduction -- Introduce vocabulary that will be used throughout the lesson. Also introduce the jungle theme, and invite the students to join the instructors and explore the jungle surroundings, both in their personal and general space. Students will warm-up in a circle, with teacher in a visible location for all students to observe.
Students will perform the following locomotor and non-locomotor movements: Stretching exercises that incorporate stretching the upper and lower body. Reach for toes, reach for ceiling. Sit on the ground and reach for your toes.
Thoroughly stretch large and small muscle groups in the upper and lower body. Popcorn -- Students will start low to the ground, while popcorn begins to "pop. As popcorn is "popping," the students move their arms and hands in front of them.
As popcorn finishes "popping," the students then stand up and reach for the ceiling. Jungle Exploration -- Obstacle Course -- Hula hoops, jump ropes, and cones will be arranged in different locations on the floor.
The students will go through the hula hoops as though they were in a jungle climbing through a log. The jump ropes represent a stream, and the students will have to leap over it.
The cones will act as boulders, and they will have to travel through these in a zigzag, curved, or straight pathway. The instructors will lead the students through the jungle. Students will combine locomotor movements, pathway, levels, and directions in this activity.
Jungle Animals -- Instructor will hold up pictures of jungle animals. Instructor will demonstrate the movement or pathway that this animal will make, and then students will perform. Jungle Animal Guess -- Students will break up into four groups.
All students will collectively decide on one jungle animal to demonstrate to the class. The groups will have to use creativity, and demonstrate a jungle animal that we did not go over in class.
When the instructor calls on a group, the will travel to the middle of the stage and perform the movements and pathway of their animal. The remainder of the class and the instructor will have to guess what animal is being performed. Allowing all students to demonstrate their jungle animal at one time could shorten this activity, and the instructor would travel around the class and guess the animals demonstrated.Elements of Dance Flashcards|des cartes-mémoire Éléments de la danse Flashcards are double sided with English on one side and French on the other.
Les cartes-mémoire sont recto-verso, un côté en français et l’autre côté en anglais. Presentation Summary: The Elements of Dance Space ~ Time ~ Force What is the purpose of dance? First, think of the purpose of paintings, short stories, poems, etc. First, think of the purpose of paintings, short stories, poems, etc.
Learning the Elements of Dance is B. (m) E. S. T. The elements of dance are BODY, ENERGY, SPACE, and TIME! The element terms (words) and ideas . THE 8 ELEMENTS™ APPROACH TO BELLY DANCE. The 8 Elements™ is a process-centered approach developed by Rachel Brice. It is rooted in fusion, ATS®, and American Cabaret belly dance styles, other contemporary and ethnic dance forms, and .
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This one was promoted as a fusion of many forms of Eastern dance traditions with more contemporary dance forms in an exploration of the four elements of earth, air, wind, and fire.