[ARTS] DAN (0) 1 :
1) Differentiate between basic locomotor and non-locomotor movements.
Examples: Running, twisting, skipping, falling.
[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 (1) 1 :
1) Respond with movement to a variety of prompts.
Examples: music/sound, artwork, tactile
[ARTS] DAN (1) 2 :
2) Experiment with changing a movement, utilizing the elements of dance.
[ARTS] DAN (1) 11 :
11) Identify and explore personal space and general space within movement.
[ARTS] DAN (2) 1 :
1) Respond to movement with a variety of prompts and suggest additional sources for movement ideas.
[ARTS] DAN (2) 11 :
11) Demonstrate safe movement in a variety of spatial relationships and formations with other dancers, sharing and maintaining personal space.
[ARTS] DAN (3) 1 :
1) Improvise movements with a variety of self-identified prompts.
Examples: music/sound, text, objects, images, notation, observed dance experiences
[ARTS] DAN (3) 13 :
13) Use stage directions to identify main areas of a performance space.
Example: Travel from downstage right to upstage left.
[ARTS] DAN (4) 12 :
12) Coordinate performance timing with other dancers by utilizing cues from each other and responding to production elements.
Examples: Enter stage after eight counts of music, or wait until lights go up for bow.
[ARTS] DAN (5) 11 :
11) Employ safe practices before, during, and after dancing.
Examples: Discuss ways to promote muscular strength, endurance, injury prevention.
Promote healthful eating and good nutrition as proper food for the body.