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Unit: Peking Opera
GUIDING QUESTION: How do you use gesture in Peking Opera?
AOI - C&S– How does Peking Opera reflect Chin...
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  1. 1. Unit: Peking Opera GUIDING 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: Criteria C – Reflection and Evaluation In 700 - 1000 words, write a response, which reflects and evaluates your involvement in the Peking Opera performance. Look at these areas and answer these questions CREATING  What were your strengths?  What were your weaknesses?  What would you change?  What could you improve on? Explain.  How did you use your feedback? PERFORMANCE  What were your strengths?  What were your weaknesses?  What would you change?  How did your research help your performance? Assessment - Criterion C – REFLECTION & EVALUATION 7-8  The student reflects critically and in depth on his/her artistic development and processes at different stages of his or her work  The student carries out an excellent evaluation of his or her work. This shows a considered appraisal of the quality of work produced and the details of improvements that could be made.  The student intentionally uses feedback in his or her artistic development, which shows an appropriate consideration of his or her artistic processes. 5-6  The student reflects critically on his or her artistic development and processes at different stages of his or her work.  The student carries out good evaluation of his or her work. The evaluation includes an appraisal of the quality of work produced and identification of some areas of improvement.  The student uses feedback in his or her artistic development with little guidance, which informs his or her own artistic development and processes. 3-4  The student reflects on his or her artistic processes.  The student carries out a satisfactory evaluation of his or her work. Some aspects of the evaluation may be unrealistic or incomplete.  The student attempts to use feedback in his or her artistic development and processes with guidance 1-2  The student records his or her development and processes with little reflection.  The student carries out a limited evaluation of his or her work, with guidance 0  The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors

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