Prof. Lordinio A. VergaraDirector, Center for Sports Development Former Head, Center for Cultural Arts Philippine Normal University
The learner demonstrates understanding of integrating physical activity behaviors in achieving a healthy lifestyle Key Stage Standard The learner demonstrates understanding of the concept of physicalactivities in achieving, sustaining, and promoting an active lifestyle for health, lifelong fitness and wellness. Learning Area Standard
BENEFITS OF DANCE EDUCATION In a policy statement on danceeducation by the National DanceAssociation in the United States, thefollowing justifications were cited forthe incorporation of dance into thecurriculum:
1. Dance as an art is a form of education – it clarifies Aesthetic Benefitand intensifies the human experience.2. It reinforces formal learning, as it relates to otheracademic areas.3. It provides an alternative to the usual modes of Intellectual Benefitseducation and is valuable in reaching children who maynot respond to more formal modes of teaching.4. It promotes self- and social awareness, helpingstudents confront and understand themselves, and Social and Culturalcooperate effectively with others. Benefits5. It promotes a fuller understanding of one’s ownculture and those of other peoples’.6. It promotes good health and may be of particular Physiological Benefitsvalue to students with physical or mental disabilities.Generally, these six points can be classified into four groups, with each groupconstituting a particular benefit. E.g. Points 2 and 3 are values that benefit theintellectual development of students.
Preliminary Arrangements Knowing the Group Developing Lesson Plans Teacher Preparation Teaching a Single Dance Dance Styling Group climate in Dancing
Quarter 4: Local and Indigenous Dances The learner demonstrates The learner performs skillfully • Discuss the understanding of local and local and indigenous dances nature/background of indigenous Philippine as physical activity that local and indigenous dances that promote promotes physical fitness. dances physical fitness. • Explain significant benefits to health and fitness when folk dancing • Perform basic steps peculiar to each dance • Execute rhythmic patterns of selected local and indigenous dances through various ways • Describe costumes, props and accessories of local and indigenous folk dances • Interpret dance figures correctly following the step by step instruction of the teacher • Perform figures of the dance with grace, form and sense of rhythm
Quarter 4: Regional/National Dances with Asian Influence The learner demonstrates The learner performs skillfully 1. Promote folk dancing as a understanding of regional regional and Philippine National physical activity within and Philippine National Dances to promote fitness, the family Dances to promote the health and wellness in the 2. Trace the origin/location fitness, health and family. of folk dance by its wellness of the family. costume/music •Binislakan/Sakuting/ Sua- 3. Execute rhythmic patterns ko-Sua/Pangalay of selected regional and national dances with Asian influence (Binislakan/Sakuting/ Sua- ko-Sua/Pangalay) 4. Demonstrate mastery of basic steps in folk dancing 5. Identify the meaning of the gestures and hand movements of folk dance identified 6. Interpret folk dance literature 7. Relate folk dancing to the enhancement of one’s character through cultural education
Quarter 4: Social and Ballroom Dances The learner The learners participate • Discuss the nature demonstrates actively with members of and background of understanding of the the community in social and ballroom benefits that can be performing and/or dances derived from patronizing social and • Describe the engaging in social ballroom dances to benefits of social dances to promote promote physical dancing in the community wellness. activities as a means to community •Social dance achieve lifelong fitness, • Demonstrate •Ballroom dance health and wellness fundamentals of among the members of social and ballroom the community. dances • Create other styles and combinations of social dances for the community • Engage consistently in social and ballroom dances with the community to attain health and fitness
Quarter 4: Other Dance Forms (Hip-hop, Street Dance, Festival Dance, Contemporaryetc.)The learners The learners participate 1. Discuss the nature anddemonstrate actively with members of the background of otherunderstanding of the society in performing and/or dance formsbenefits that can be patronizing other dance 2. Identify the benefits ofderived from engaging forms to promote physical participating in otherin other dance forms to activities as a means to dance formsachieve lifelong fitness. achieve lifelong fitness, 3. Demonstrate health and wellness among fundamentals of other the members of the society. dance forms 4. Create other styles of other dance forms 5. Engage consistently in other dance forms to appreciate worldwide trends and improve one’s fitness and health.
Dances belonging to group without Western influences. In pre-colonial days, paganrites were practiced all over the islands. Animistic rituals to celebrate planting, harvest,birth, death, and all kinds of community activity were common occurences.
Community dances that emanates among the people of the area commonly withSpanish and American Influences. These dances were introduced by Spain toreplace ethnic dances in the different festivities celebrated in the region.
MODULE 4 Session 1 – Overview of Philippine Folk and Ethnic Dances Session 2 – Understanding Local and Indigenous Dances Session 3 – Dance Movements of Selected Local and Indigenous Dances Session 4 – Other Philippine Folk Dance Movements and Steps
Session 5 – Understanding Tinikling Session 6 – The Basics of Tinikling Session 7 – The Cultural and Fitness Benefits of Tinikling Session 8 – Tinikling Challenge
Choreography is the art of planning and arranging dance movements into a meaningful whole; the process of building a dance compositions. Choreographer – a person responsible for composing, presenting a dance on stage, and supervising a production.
The Process of Presenting Folk and Ethnic Dances on Stage
Should it be attempted? Will the whole effect – dance, music, and costumes – be of interest to the intended audience? Can it be faithfully represented within the limitations of the staging process? Can both music and dance be reasonably performed by the available performers?
Aesthetics Composition Costuming Chronological and Geographic Integrity Music