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Unit One: Peking operaGUIDING QUESTION: How do you use gesture in Peking Opera?AOI - C&S– How does Peking Opera reflect Ch...
Assessment - Criterion B – Application9-10          Is able to elaborate an idea, a theme or a personal interpretation to...
7-8               The student shows excellent commitment in using his or                   her own artistic processes.   ...
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  1. 1. Unit One: Peking operaGUIDING QUESTION: How do you use gesture in Peking Opera?AOI - C&S– How does Peking Opera reflect Chinese society? ATL – How do we create? - How can we use reflection and evaluation to enhance our performance? TASK: Dramatic Scene Criterion B – Application Criterion C – Reflection and Evaluation Criterion D - Personal Engagement You are to apply what you have learnt about performing skills to create a scene based on the ‘Monkey King’. You need to:  Work in a group  Be able to choose suitable gestures for the scene.  Through your performance show knowledge of the elements of Peking Opera.  Be able to use experimentation to develop your character.  Use your DW to show how you have developed the character.  Use continuous reflection to develop you work.  Look for ways to improve in the future. Self Assessment- Please tick the boxes, which you think you have achieved. Then in the space provided give yourself an overall mark and explain why you have given yourself that mark.
  2. 2. Assessment - Criterion B – Application9-10  Is able to elaborate an idea, a theme or a personal interpretation to a point of realization. – Documents the process in detail.  There is evidence of purposeful expression and effective communication of the choice of gestures, skills, spoken language and has documented this.  Skills and techniques of Peking/Beijing Opera are applied at a high level of proficiency - including gestures, body structure and character interaction.  Work shows a high level of creativity  Displays a dynamic and strong use of movement and voice.  Shows an excellent ability to apply the artistic processes involved in Peking Opera7-8  Is able to elaborate an idea, a theme or a personal interpretation to a point of realization. - Documents in some detail the creative process  There is evidence of good expression and communication of gestures, skills, spoken language and has documented this  Skills and techniques of Peking Opera are applied at a good level of proficiency - including gestures, body structure  Shows creativity and ability  Shows skill in using experimentation to show ideas needed.  Displays a good use of voice  Shows a good ability to apply the artistic processes involved in Peking Opera5-6  Is able to elaborate an idea, a theme or a personal interpretation to a point of realization - Documents in some detail the creative process  There is evidence of satisfactory expression and communication of gestures, skills, spoken language and has documented some of this  Skills and techniques of Peking Opera are applied at a satisfactory level of proficiency - including gestures and body structure  Satisfactory use of voice as to be heard and understood  Shows a satisfactory ability to apply the artistic processes involved in Peking Opera3-4  Limited documentation of the creative process to a point or partial point of realization.  There is evidence of limited expression and communication of gestures, skills, and spoken language.  Skills and techniques of Peking Opera are applied at a limited level of proficiency – focusing on gestures  Limited use of voice – difficulty in hearing the actor  Shows a limited ability to apply the artistic processes involved in Peking Opera1-2  Very limited documentation of the creative process to a point or partial point of realization.  There is evidence of very limited expression and communication of gestures, skills, and spoken language.  Skills and techniques of Peking Opera are applied at a very limited level of proficiency – focusing on gestures  Very Limited use of voice – difficulty in hearing the actor  Shows a very limited ability to apply the artistic processes involved in Peking Opera0  The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptorsAssessment - Criterion D – PERSONAL ENGAGEMENT
  3. 3. 7-8  The student shows excellent commitment in using his or her own artistic processes.  The student actively demonstrates curiosity, self motivation, initiative and a willingness to take informed risks  The student actively supports, encourages and works with his or her peers in a positive way.  The student is actively receptive to art practices and artwork from various cultures including his or her own.5-6  The student shows good commitment in using his or her own artistic processes.  The student generally demonstrates curiosity, self- motivation, initiative and a willingness to take informed risks.  The student supports, encourages and works with his or her peers in a positive way, with little encouragement.  The student is generally receptive to art practices and artwork from various cultures, including his or her own.3-4  The student shows satisfactory commitment in using his or her artistic processes.  The student demonstrates satisfactory curiosity, self- motivation, initiative and self-willingness to take informed risks.  The student supports, encourages and works with his or her peers in a positive way, with encouragement.  The student is occasionally receptive to art practices and artworks from various cultures, including his or her own.1-2  The student shows limited commitment in using his or her own artistic processes.  The student demonstrates limited curiosity, self- motivation, initiative and self-willingness to take informed risks.  The student works with his or her peers in a positive way, with encouragement.  The student is occasionally receptive to art practices and artworks from various cultures, including his or her own.0  The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors given.Student Self assessment mark _____Student’s Comments

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