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  • AVAILABLE SUBJECTS . . .
  • AVAILABLE SUBJECTS . . .
  • AVAILABLE SUBJECTS . . .MUSICCounts towards yourA.T.A.RNot Scaled downGroup Work or SoloWork
  • AVAILABLE SUBJECTS . . .
  • AVAILABLE SUBJECTS . . .DANCECounts towards yourA.T.A.RNot Scaled downGroup Work or SoloWork
  • AVAILABLE SUBJECTS . . .
  • AVAILABLE SUBJECTS . . .DRAMACounts towards yourA.T.A.RNot Scaled downGroup Work or SoloWork
  • Can I choose more than one of these subjects?
  • Can I choose more than one of these subjects?MUSIC ?DANCE ?DRAMA ?
  • What Employers Want . . .Employers have discussed withteaching institutions the need forstudents with a well-roundededucation.They look for students involved inSRC, Committees and extra curricularactivities.To an employer, Performing Arts showsa commitment and a higher developedknowledge of team work skills.
  • What Employers Want . . .
  • What Employers Want . . .A ‘Team’ MemberCommunication skillsSelf ConfidenceSelf ExpressionAbility to be creativeLeadershipOrganisedProfessionalism
  • MUSIC 1 CourseCan I Play ANY instrument I like?
  • MUSIC 1 CourseCan I Play ANY instrument I like?
  • MUSIC 1 CourseCan I Play ANY instrument I like?
  • MUSIC 1 CourseCan I Play ANY instrument I like?
  • MUSIC 1 CourseCan I Study My Own Culture?
  • MUSIC 1 CourseCan I Study My Own Culture? You can sing in any Language you like You can perform music from any Cultural or Musical Background you like! You can elect to study your own Cultural or Musical Background You can compose music from your own Cultural or Musical Background
  • MUSIC 1 CourseCan I Study My Own Culture? You can sing in any Language you like You can perform music from any Cultural or Musical Background you like! You can elect to study your own Cultural or Musical Background You can compose music from your own Cultural or Musical Background
  • MUSIC 1 CourseCan I Study My Own Culture? You can sing in any Language you like You can perform music from any Cultural or Musical Background you like! You can elect to study your own Cultural or Musical Background You can compose music from your own Cultural or Musical Background
  • MUSIC 1 CourseWhat Topics Can I Study?
  • MUSIC 1 CourseWhat Topics Can I Study? Art music [Classical etc...] Popular Music Rock Music Film & TV Music Music & Religion Music of a Culture (e.g. Japanese Cartoon Music, Assyrian Wedding Music, Polynesian Music, Vietnamese Traditional Music, K-Pop, J-Rock etc etc etc......) Many more ... THE CHOICE IS YOURS!!!
  • MUSIC 1 CourseWhat Topics Can I Study? Art music [Classical etc...] Popular Music Rock Music Film & TV Music Music & Religion Music of a Culture (e.g. Japanese Cartoon Music, Assyrian Wedding Music, Polynesian Music, Vietnamese Traditional Music, K-Pop, J-Rock etc etc etc......) Many more ... THE CHOICE IS YOURS!!!
  • BOARD OF STUDIES STUFFThe break down of the Music Course
  • Course Components The Four Areas of StudyMusicAURAL: Listening and respondingPERFORMANCE: Playing or SingingMUSICOLOGY: Researching and DiscussingCOMPOSITION: Creating Music Are all areas compulsory?
  • Course Components The Four Areas of StudyMusicAURAL: Listening and respondingPERFORMANCE: Playing or SingingMUSICOLOGY: Researching and DiscussingCOMPOSITION: Creating Music Are all areas compulsory?
  • Course Components 1. Aural - ( No Music Theory! )LISTENING:In the HSC Exam you listen to 4 pieces of music you may never have heard before and haveto respond to each piece as a written response. A Typical question may be:Describe the use of PITCH in this excerpt?Identify the INSTRUMENTS in this piece?Describe the STRUCTURE of this piece of music?Discuss the use of DURATION in this excerpt?Identify the TEXTURE and the LAYERS of sound?Describe the use of DYNAMICS & EXPRESSIVE TECHNIQUES in this piece of music? You will learn these CONCEPTS in class COMPULSORY! 30%
  • What do you do in MUSIC? Below is the Break up of the 40% that every student MUST doAURAL:Listening - 30% CompulsoryPERFORMANCE:1 Piece - 10% Compulsory What about the other 60%?
  • What do you do in MUSIC? Below is the Break up of the 40% that every student MUST doAURAL:Listening - 30% CompulsoryPERFORMANCE:1 Piece - 10% Compulsory What about the other 60%?
  • What do you do in MUSIC? Below is the Break up of the 40% that every student MUST doAURAL:Listening - 30% CompulsoryPERFORMANCE:1 Piece - 10% Compulsory What about the other 60%?
  • DANCEIs DANCE an A.T.A.R. Course?
  • DANCEIs DANCE an A.T.A.R. Course? Dance is a PRACTICAL and THEORETICAL subject No Previous Experience Required Performance Opportunities including Regional Dance Festival, Australian Dance Challenge, Performing Arts Night
  • DANCEIs DANCE an A.T.A.R. Course? Dance is a PRACTICAL and THEORETICAL subject No Previous Experience Required Performance Opportunities including Regional Dance Festival, Australian Dance Challenge, Performing Arts Night
  • BOARD OF STUDIES STUFFThe break down of the Dance Course
  • Course Components The Three Areas of Study - DanceAPPRECIATION: Research, Analyse & DiscussPERFORMANCE: Performing / DancingCOMPOSITION: Creating Dance Are all areas compulsory?
  • Course Components The Three Areas of Study - DanceAPPRECIATION: Research, Analyse & DiscussPERFORMANCE: Performing / DancingCOMPOSITION: Creating Dance Are all areas compulsory?
  • Course Components 1. Appreciation Watch Professional Performances (on video or live) and learn to analyse what they have done, the movements they use, commenting on the music and costumes. Understanding Dance as an art form - you will: 1. Research dance 2. Analyse dance & 3. Write about danceYou will learn these ELEMENTS in class
  • Course Components 1. Appreciation Watch Professional Performances (on video or live) and learn to analyse what they have done, the movements they use, commenting on the music and costumes. Understanding Dance as an art form - you will: 1. Research dance 2. Analyse dance & 3. Write about danceYou will learn these ELEMENTS in class COMPULSORY! 20%
  • Course Components2. Composition (Choreography) Your Dance Teacher helps you
  • Course Components2. Composition (Choreography) Your Dance Teacher helps you COMPULSORY! 20%
  • Course Components2. Composition (Choreography)Learn to create your own dance stepsbased on stimulus such as a poem, a painting, music etc..Somebody else dances for youYou create a dance and your chosen dancer dances for you.You teach them the dance – great if you are thinking about Danceteaching.Creativity to create your own dance stepsThe compositional process is designed to foster your individualcreativity, to compose movement that communicates an intent. Your Dance Teacher helps you COMPULSORY! 20%
  • Course Components 3. PerformanceYour Dance Teacher helps you
  • Course Components 3. PerformanceYour Dance Teacher helps you COMPULSORY! 20%
  • Course Components 3. PerformancePerform as a soloist or in groupsLearn and develop your skillsThe skills that physically prepare the body for danceLearn and develop your Dance TechniqueDance Performance, including performance quality.Safe Dance Practice:including anatomy, dance injuries and the prevention of suchinjuries. Your Dance Teacher helps you COMPULSORY! 20%
  • What do you do in DANCE? Below is the Break up of the 60% that every student MUST doCORE Appreciation:- 20% CompulsoryCORE Composition:- 20% CompulsoryCORE Performance:- 20% Compulsory What about the other 40%?
  • What do you do in DANCE? Below is the Break up of the 60% that every student MUST doCORE Appreciation:- 20% CompulsoryCORE Composition:- 20% CompulsoryCORE Performance:- 20% Compulsory What about the other 40%?
  • What do you do in DANCE? Below is the Break up of the 60% that every student MUST doCORE Appreciation:- 20% CompulsoryCORE Composition:- 20% CompulsoryCORE Performance:- 20% Compulsory What about the other 40%?
  • What do you do in DANCE? Below is the Break up of the 60% that every student MUST doCORE Appreciation:- 20% CompulsoryCORE Composition:- 20% CompulsoryCORE Performance:- 20% Compulsory What about the other 40%?
  • DRAMAIs DRAMA an A.T.A.R. Course?
  • DRAMAIs DRAMA an A.T.A.R. Course? Drama is a full 2 Unit Subject Drama is a PRACTICAL and THEORETICAL subject No Previous Experience Required Great for building your confidence and self esteem Involves Group Work in the final exam
  • DRAMAIs DRAMA an A.T.A.R. Course? Drama is a full 2 Unit Subject Drama is a PRACTICAL and THEORETICAL subject No Previous Experience Required Great for building your confidence and self esteem Involves Group Work in the final exam
  • BOARD OF STUDIES STUFFThe break down of the Drama Course
  • Course Components The Three Areas of Study - DramaCRITICAL ANALYSIS:Research, Analyse & DiscussPERFORMANCE: The basic skills of ActingDEVISING: Group work Are all areas compulsory?
  • Course Components The Three Areas of Study - DramaCRITICAL ANALYSIS:Research, Analyse & DiscussPERFORMANCE: The basic skills of ActingDEVISING: Group work Are all areas compulsory?
  • Course Components 1. CRITICAL ANALYSIS Watch Professional Performances of PLAYS studied in class (live) and learn to analyse Australian Theatre and seminal playwrights, the techniques they use, commenting on the themes and issues they explore. Understanding Drama as an art form - you will: 1. Research Drama styles 2. Analyse plays & 3. Write about Theatrical experiencesYou will learn these ELEMENTS in class
  • Course Components 1. CRITICAL ANALYSIS Watch Professional Performances of PLAYS studied in class (live) and learn to analyse Australian Theatre and seminal playwrights, the techniques they use, commenting on the themes and issues they explore. Understanding Drama as an art form - you will: 1. Research Drama styles 2. Analyse plays & 3. Write about Theatrical experiencesYou will learn these ELEMENTS in class COMPULSORY! 20%
  • Course Components2. DEVISING (Group Work)Your Drama Teacher helps you
  • Course Components2. DEVISING (Group Work)Your Drama Teacher helps you COMPULSORY! 20%
  • Course Components 2. DEVISING (Group Work)Learn to create your own PLAY-BUILDINGperformance based on topic from the BOSGROUP performance (compulsory)Creativity to create your own workThe play-building process is designed to foster your individualcreativity, to devise theatre that communicates a theme Your Drama Teacher helps you COMPULSORY! 20%
  • Course Components 3. PerformanceYour Drama Teacher helps you
  • Course Components 3. PerformanceYour Drama Teacher helps you COMPULSORY! 20%
  • Course Components 3. PerformancePerform in groups or if you choose individual performance as asoloistLearn and develop your acting skillsThe skills that physically prepare the body for theatreLearn and develop your Writing skills when analysing performancesIndividual Project where you CHOOSE your area of study;performance, script writing, set design, costume design, promotionalmaterial Your Drama Teacher helps you COMPULSORY! 20%
  • What do you do in DRAMA? Below is the Break up of the HSC course that every student MUST doCORE Australian Theatre:- 40% CompulsoryCORE Group Performance:- 30% CompulsoryCORE Individual Project:- 30% Compulsory Students may choose their area of study for the INDIVIDUAL PROJECT
  • What do you do in DRAMA? Below is the Break up of the HSC course that every student MUST doCORE Australian Theatre:- 40% CompulsoryCORE Group Performance:- 30% CompulsoryCORE Individual Project:- 30% Compulsory Students may choose their area of study for the INDIVIDUAL PROJECT
  • What do you do in DRAMA? Below is the Break up of the HSC course that every student MUST doCORE Australian Theatre:- 40% CompulsoryCORE Group Performance:- 30% CompulsoryCORE Individual Project:- 30% Compulsory Students may choose their area of study for the INDIVIDUAL PROJECT
  • What do you do in DRAMA? Below is the Break up of the HSC course that every student MUST doCORE Australian Theatre:- 40% CompulsoryCORE Group Performance:- 30% CompulsoryCORE Individual Project:- 30% Compulsory Students may choose their area of study for the INDIVIDUAL PROJECT
  • ALL are ALL have a performancefull 2 Unit Subjects componentALL Count ALL have written worktowards your A.T.A.R ALL have some level ofMusic, Dance and Group WorkDrama DO NOT get ALL leave you with great‘Scaled’ down memories of school