[ARTS] DAN (0) 7 :
7) Demonstrate movement and stillness using the basic elements of space, including line, shape, levels, and size.
Examples: Join with others to make a circle, then work with others to change it to a square.
Create a curved shape on a low level.
[ARTS] DAN (0) 10 :
10) Demonstrate body patterning movements and body shapes.
Example: Same side and cross-body locomotor and non-locomotor movements.
[ARTS] DAN (0) 18 :
18) Select and demonstrate a movement in a dance and explain why it was chosen.
Example: Select a movement and explain what the movement may mean.
[ARTS] DAN (1) 7 :
7) Create movement and stillness using changing elements of space.
Example: Change body shapes, levels, and facings.
Move in straight, curved, and zigzag pathways.
Move with others to form straight lines and circles.
[ARTS] DAN (1) 10 :
10) Demonstrate a range of locomotor and non-locomotor movement concentrating on direction.
Examples: Skipping in a circle or reaching on a diagonal.
[ARTS] DAN (1) 15 :
15) Identify a movement or movement phrase that repeats to make a pattern within a dance.
[ARTS] DAN (2) 4 :
4) Select movements that express an idea or emotion or follow a musical phrase and explain reasons for movement choices.
[ARTS] DAN (2) 7 :
7) Demonstrate clear directional movement that changes body shape, facings, or pathway in space.
Examples: Identify symmetrical and asymmetrical body shapes and examine relationships between body parts.
Differentiate between circling and turning as two separate ways of continuous directional change.
[ARTS] DAN (2) 10 :
10) Demonstrate a range of locomotor and non-locomotor movements that alternate between personal space and general space.
Example: Skipping across the floor followed by skipping in place.
[ARTS] DAN (2) 15 :
15) Recognize dance movements that develop a pattern.
Example: Identify a movement that repeats within a phrase