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  • Andria
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  • 1. Dance and Movement
    • Christina Sablan
    • Heather Uncangco
    • Andria McDonald
    • Helen Jose
    • Shayana Mariano
    • Beverley Chargualaf
    • Janice Toves
  • 2. ICE BREAKER
  • 3. The History Behind It…
    • Dance is the oldest of the arts
      • Ancient form: Sun’s rotation
    • Egyptians considered first choreographers
    • Greeks integration of mind, body, and spirit
    • Colonial America: Poise, Discipline, and Good Manners
  • 4. What Is Dance And Movement?
    • Two parts of the same continuum
      • Movement embodies the informal expression of ideas and feeling based on ordinary human motion
      • Dance is based on formal use of pattern, rhythm, design, and style
  • 5. MOVEMENT
    • Locomotor
      • Movement from one place to another
    • Non Locomotor
      • Originates from a stationary position
    • When movement is repeated in a set sequence, it defines a pattern and becomes a dance.
    • Rhythm plays a large role in dance
  • 6. ACTIVITY 
  • 7. Elements Of Dance And Movement
    • Space
      • Concepts of personal space and common space, boundaries and pathways.
      • Levels: High, Low, Medium, Wide, Narrow
      • Pathway: Straight, curved or zigzag
      • Direction: Forward, Backward, Sideways, Up, or Down
  • 8. Elements Continued…
    • Energy
      • Hard or soft, delicate or strong, light or heavy, silent or loud
    • Time
      • Fast or slow, Sudden or continuous, Urgent or leisurely
  • 9. EXAMPLES
    • Movie on hip hop (talk about hard movements)
    • Movie on hula (talk about soft movements)
  • 10. Elements Continued…
    • Flow
      • Manner in which movement continues
      • Free or controlled, Fluent or interrupted
    • Relationships
      • Parts of the body in relation to each other, groups or individuals in relation to one another, movements in relation to each other, parts of the body in relation to objects, or combination of these relationships
  • 11. DANCE AND THE INDIVIDUAL
    • Exploratory
      • Serves the purpose of allowing children to experiment with and test the range of the body’s movement capacity. (Example of activities)
    • Creative
      • Should begin with interests from the students environment (Examples)
    • Appreciation
      • Exposure to dance performances and learning about a dancer or choreographer (The Nut Cracker)
  • 12. FORM AND FUNCTION
      • BALLET: it has very structured moves, graceful and strong. It uses music and dance to tell stories and the dancers have the ability to transport the audience to another world.
      • JAZZ : it is a fun dance style that relies heavily on improvisation and originality. It is very expressive and it uses bold, dramatic body movements.
      • HIP HOP: it involves various moves such as breaking, popping, locking and krumping.
      • MODERN: it rejects the strict rules of classical ballet and it is very expressive
      • FOLK DANCE
      • BELLY DANCE
      • SWING
      • COUNTRY AND WESTERN
      • LATIN
      • TAP
      • TA
      • 4
  • 13. FORM AND FUNCTION CONTINUED...
    • Folk dance: square dancing and clogging
    • Belly dance: rolling movements of the hips and abdomen
    • Country and western: line dancing
    • Latin: very sensual and lots of hip movement
    • Tap: exciting form of dance where dancers where special shoes with metal taps. Tap dancers use their feet as drums to make rhythmic patterns and beats
    • Swing: very lively and lots of spinning and jumping
  • 14. Examples
  • 15. Teaching Dance And Movement
    • Motivation for a dance
      • can be to tell a story
      • to explore a mood or a emotion
      • a season or an animal
      • a piece of music or a picture
      • simply enjoy basic the movements and their contrast and variety.
  • 16. Integrating Dance And Movement In The Classroom
  • 17. LANGUAGE ARTS GOOD MORNING BOOGIE Hello Neighbor, what do you say? (Children bow to each other) It's going to be a happy day. (Children clap hands together) So greet your neighbor, (Children give each other high fives) And boogie on down. (Children wiggle their hips) Give 'em a bump, (Children bump their hips together) and turn around. (Children turn around)
  • 18. SCIENCE
    • Example:
    • THREE STATES OF MATTER
    • - SOLID (TIGHTLY PACKED)
    • - LIQUID (CLOSE TOGETHER)
    • >Vibrate, move about, slide past each other
    • - GAS (SE PARATED WITH NO
  • 19. SOCIAL STUDIES
    • CULTURAL DANCES
      • IRISH STEP DANCE, POLYNESIAN DANCE, MEXICAN SALSA, AND TRADITIONAL CHAMORU DANCE.
    • LAND FORMS
    • DIRECTIONS
  • 20. ACTIVITY
    • Chamoru cultural dance
  • 21. MATHEMATICS
    • ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION GROUPING
    • SHAPES AND ANGLES MOVEMENTS
    • INSTRUCTIONS WITH MATH TERMS
    • PATTERNS
  • 22. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    • HOKEY POKEY
    • BONE DANCE
    • SIMON SAYS (BODY PARTS)
    • HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES, AND TOES
    • HYGIENE DANCE
  • 23.  
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  • 25. Dance Production
    • Everybody is involved