[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) 8 :
8) Perform improvised movements with or against tempos and rhythms in music or sound.
[ARTS] DAN (3) 9 :
9) Change the degree of energy used in movement to heighten the effect of intent.
Example: Add force to a leap to communicate anger; change a reach by making it softer and slower to communicate gentleness
[ARTS] DAN (3) 11 :
11) Change levels, directions, and pathway designs safely in a dance phrase while coordinating with a partner or other dancers.
[ARTS] DAN (4) 2 :
2) Find a solution to a movement problem by manipulating the elements of dance.
Examples: Perform a dance phrase using three different levels.
Perform a dance phrase that alters the timing of the movement.
[ARTS] DAN (4) 8 :
8) Recognize and respond to changes in time as they occur in dance and music.
Example: Use a variety of percussive instruments and sounds to respond to even and uneven rhythms.
[ARTS] DAN (4) 9 :
9) Analyze and describe the qualities of movement and phrases created by the use of energy and dynamic changes.
[ARTS] DAN (5) 8 :
8) Perform movement phrases that show the ability to respond to changes in time generated from various rhythms.
Example: Rhythms from internal and external sources.
[ARTS] DAN (5) 9 :
9) Explore bound and free-flowing movement motivated from both core initiation (torso) and peripheral initiation (distal) while analyzing the relationship between initiation and energy.