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Rhythmic Activities

  1. 1. Rhythmic Activities ♫ GROUP 1 ♫
  2. 2. Objectives At the end of the report, we will be able to: • know all about dance and rhythmic activities • distinguish the different rhythmic activities covered in P.E. 2 • deepen our knowledge regarding the Philippine Folk Dances • have a short quiz right after the presented topics
  3. 3. Rhythmic Activities It refers to bodily responses to any type of rhythmic accompaniment that will provide leeway to the people to satisfy their need for self-expression.
  4. 4. All About dance
  5. 5. Dance Is a rhythmic and expressive body movements, usually coordinated into a pattern and adopted to musical accompaniment.
  6. 6. Important Features of The Dance A. Rhythm B. Design C. Technique D. Dynamics E. Gestures
  7. 7. Kinds Of Dance A. Dance For Participation Recreational Dances Religious Dance
  8. 8. B. Dance for Presentation
  9. 9. Rhythmic Activities for Physical Education 2
  10. 10. Folk Dance It promotes national goodwill through describing the habits, customs and beliefs of the people all over the world.
  11. 11. Social Dance It give opportunity to develop the individual’s ability to communicate, mingle and socialized with other people. It is also prepare the person to basic dance steps, positions, movements and rhythms.
  12. 12. Ballroom Dancing Has sustained its popularity through ballroom clubs opened for the enjoyment of the public. Anyone can enjoy ballroom dancing since there are no restriction to gender and age. Women can best express.
  13. 13. Introduction to Philippine Folk Dances On the other hand, the Philippine has a “The Pearl of the Orient” boast of a variety of Filipino Folk Dances.
  14. 14. WHAT ARE FOLK DANCES ? Traditional dances of a certain land which were evolved naturally and spontaneously in connection and experiences of the people. The traditional dances handed down from generation to generation that describe the traditions, beliefs, occupations and ways of life and characteristics of people living in a certain place through body movements.
  15. 15. Values Derived from Studying Philippine Folk Dances 1. Strengthen patriotism and Nationalism 2. Appreciate the aesthetic value of Philippine folk dances 3. Preserve the Filipino heritage through folk dancing
  16. 16. 4. Promote the Filipino culture through folk dancing 5.Gain health posture through graceful and rhythmic coordination of body movement. 6. Provide a healthy form of relaxation and recreation.
  17. 17. Brief History of the Philippine Folk Dances - For centuries, dancing and singing have been the principal past time of the Filipino people. - They considered dancing as religious activity. - During the Spanish period, dancing played an important part of the social activities of our ancestors.
  18. 18. - Kumintang, oldest recorded activity among the Christianized Filipinos. - Spaniards introduce Fandangos, Lanceros, Rogodon, Cariños a and Curacha. - Philippine Folk Dances are blended with the Western and other European countries during the 16th century. - The Bayanihan, Filipinescas, Filipiniana, Bara ngay, and Ramon Obusan Dance Troupes have performed outside the country through our own Folk Dance and brought pride and prestige to the Filipinos.
  19. 19. Classification of Philippine Folk Dances Considered as the “Mother of Philippine Folk Dances” for her untiring efforts in collecting, compiling, and propagating folk dances, and for her outstanding contribution to the advancement of Filipino culture in the field of dance In 1973, President Marcos gave Dr. Reyes Aquino the National Artist for Dance Award.
  20. 20. Classification of Philippine folk dances according to Dr. Reyes : 1. Geographical Location
  21. 21. A. National Dances Cariñosa Pamdanggo Balitaw Rigodon Kutarsa Surtido
  22. 22. B. Local or Regional Dances Maglalatik Basulto
  23. 23. A. Occupational Dances Mananagat Pabirik Pagbabayo Pagtatanim Rice Festivals
  24. 24. B. Religious or Ceremonial Dances Dugso Sinurog Obando
  25. 25. C. Courtship Dances Lulay Hele Hele Bago Quire
  26. 26. Pantomina
  27. 27. 5 Groups Classification of Dances Found In the Philippines
  28. 28. 1. Dances of the Cordillera Groups Takiling Turayen
  29. 29. 2. Dances of Mindanao Groups Pandanggo Riconada
  30. 30. 3. Spanish, Europe,/Western Influence Dance Asik Pindulas Kakulangan
  31. 31. 4. Dance of the Countryside Binislakan Binasuan Gayong-gayong
  32. 32. 5. Dances for the Lesser Known Group Kadal Tajo Kadal Blelah
  33. 33. Characteristics of Philippine Folk Dances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Dancers stand apart Partner stay apart at 6’ away There is a little, if any, bodily contact. Most dancers are in long formation. Most of the Dancers are done by pairs or couples.
  34. 34. 6. Hand movements play an important part. 7. Most dances begin and end with “saludo” 8. Dance from the Lowlands have more foreign elements than those found in the uplands. 9. War dances are found among nonChristian tribes.
  35. 35. Do’s in Folk Dancing 1. Dance in natural, simple and direct manner. 2. Dance with ease and smoothness. 3. Use the proper costumes for dance 4. Follow directions and dance instruction as closely as possible. 5. Dance with feeling and expression.

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