Dances at school - Poland 2011

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Presentation of traditional dances from Poland for the Comenius Project "European Portfolio Musical."

ZESPÓŁ SZKOLNO – PRZEDSZKOLNY
MOSZCZANKA 166A
48-200 PRUDNIK
WOJ.OPOLE
E-mail: szkolamoszczanka@wp.pl
tel. (048) 77436 64 23
www.szkolamoszczanka.pl

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Dances at school - Poland 2011

  1. 1. Music and dance connect all nations
  2. 2. Dancing is one of the oldest forms of movement cultivated by man. Develops rhythm and mindful of the music.
  3. 3. Dance education at school include1. Polish national dances2. Folk and regional dances3. Moving with music
  4. 4. Ames of dance education:1.Equip pupils with basic skills in music and movemen2.Equip pupils with basic skills in dance3.Knowledge of Polish national dances and folk4.Understanding the cultural traditions of their own region5.Understanding cultural traditions and dances of other nations6.Preparing to develop their own ideas
  5. 5. Dance activity in class I- IIIClass I Physical interpretation of songs, playing rhythm Physical expression, the expression of different emotional states Responding to changes in motion: the rhythm, direction, pitch Realising the value of quarter notes, eighth notes and rests Quarter note movement in play. Learn basic dance steps threefold Class II Responding to traffic signals and pause music in the music. Musical pantomime of selected songs Acceptance of specific items in the changing rhythm. Creating accompaniment to the songs, rhythm and movement exercises, movement games. Learning the basic dance steps and figures of Kujawiak ,Krakowiak Class III Responding to changes in motion meter, tempo, dynamics and pitch. Playing short-circuits the change of direction of movement and spatial orientation. Physical interpretation of the songs and music. Learn the basic steps and figures dance the waltz, polonaise, and regional dances.
  6. 6. .Students practice known dance steps and figures of selected dances of national, regional and party.Learn new dance routines: Polonaise, Krakowiak, selected regional and social dance.
  7. 7. Polish national dances  Polonez  Krakowiak  Kujawiak  Polka  Mazur
  8. 8. Science polonaise includes:1. The setting in hand, shot and laying on of hands2. Dance Steps: Basic "chodzony", "octal"Figures of a steam-team:1. Couple for couple2. Decorative Wheels3. Bridge, tunnel, gate4. Figures of a steam "in a circle", "grinder","range", "circle", "to carry out a partner,"circled ", " Parting of the partners
  9. 9. Polonez
  10. 10. Dancing figures: Side gallop - the "once" in the side bar to stop the right leg and approached the left, the "two" repeat traffic "Pinwheel" - left-handed and right-handed grip in pairs for left or right hand to elbow height, and jumping in pairs |from foot to foot around a common axis. Free your hands raised up diagonally, fingers joined and straight Krzesany - figure performed by two bars: the first bar of "time" glide one foot on the floor with the heel rubs for the "two" as well. In the next bar to the rhythm przytupy two eights and a quarter note
  11. 11. Kujawiak is characterized by arather melancholy note, and aquiet step dancing. Kujawiakalways danced in a circle, in afixed order - often guarded bythe best man at weddings. Noone was allowed to fall to thecenter of the circle ofdancers.Women Skirts have togo flush "like water"- are onlyattested in the skills of thedancers.
  12. 12. Learning: Dance steps: - Step smooth plain, step-bent ", - step rotary przytupnięcia, - Step dostawny "rolled" Figures: - from you to yourself, "carried to" turnover, "leaning, " "sleepy, " "flirt".
  13. 13. Free improvisation movement to the work of R. Dziekalski „ Polka „ using the basic polka step (step forward and jump)
  14. 14.  Mazur- a Polish national dance of the lively character Mazurek- A short track of a stylized dance. In terms of music like the Mazur, but also has dance rhythms such as Oberek whether kujawiak dance steps: step a basic variable hołubce, swing, knelt partner, figures of Steam: "sales", "circle", "grinder", "błyskawiczka", "range" statue steam - Team: "couple as a pair", "string", „chariot, " "cross"
  15. 15. Folk and regional dancesŚląsk: trojak, grozik, miotlarzKurpiowski region: walczyk kurpiowskiŁowicki region: klepanyRzeszowski region: sztajerekKujawski region: niesiony
  16. 16. This Silesian folk dance, performed in the triple group consisting of a dancer and two female dancers. Dancing is divided into two parts: the meter-free 3 / 4 and fast in 2 / 4 time.
  17. 17. Music and move Responding to a change of tempo Fast response to signals of music Moving up the march, running, skipping, the circumference of a wheel in the different directions Implementation of topics by using rhythmic clapping, stamping, snapping Realising the value of rhythmic movement in 2 / 4 time as much as 4 / 4 3 / 8, and pauses Responding to changes in the nature of movement to music Keeping one tempo during exercising Individual interpretations of the to music Concentratio during practising
  18. 18. Dance with gerland
  19. 19. Witches dance
  20. 20. IMPROVISATION
  21. 21. Menuet- court danceAn elegant, sophisticated French court dance in moderate tempo. A march around the perimeter in the right side of the transition: girl, boy boy 2 a march to the left 3 and march in circles in pairs 4 the girls go to a center wheel and stopping up, clap twice, then repeating the same movement behind them, returning to their seats. Boys at that time do three steps in place and clap equally with girls. | In the second part of a chorus of dancers, turning the up roles.
  22. 22. Dance with blotting paper
  23. 23. Hearing drums…
  24. 24. Prezentację przygotowała: Alicja Niedbalska Tłumaczenie- Magdalena Borowska

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