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Secondary Dance - Level I
Core Standards of the Course
Strand: PERFORM (L1.D.P.)
Students will analyze, interpret and select artistic work for performance. They will develop techniques and concepts to refine artistic work and express meaning through the presentation of dance works (Standards L1.D.P.1–10).
Sculpt the body in space, and design body shapes in relation to other dancers, objects and environment; use complex floor and air patterns with direct and indirect pathways while maintaining a sense of spatial design and relationship.
Analyze and select metric, kinetic, and breath phrasing, and apply appropriately to dance phrases that employ various timings; use syncopation and rhythmic accents related to different tempi.
Develop a plan for healthful practices in dance activities and everyday life including nutrition and injury prevention; discuss implementation of the plan and how it supports personal performance goals.
Strand: RESPOND (L1.D.R.)
Students will perceive and analyze artistic work and process. They will interpret intent and meaning and apply criteria to evaluate artistic work and process (Standards L1.D.R.1–5).
Experience a variety of culturally based dance forms; demonstrate and explain how one cultural form is different from another; and create and perform a dance that reflects one’s own cultural movement practice.
Strand: CONNECT (L1.D.CO.)
Students will synthesize and relate knowledge from personal and collaborative experience to make and receive art. They will relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding (Standards L1.D.CO.1–4).
Analyze a dance and interpret the ideas expressed by the choreographer and provide evidence to support analysis; explain how one's own personal perspectives may affect one’s interpretation.
Identify a question or problem that could be explored through dance; conduct research using a variety of methods; create a dance that investigates the question posed; and discuss how the dance communicates new perspectives or realizations.
Analyze and discuss dances from selected genres or styles and/or historical time periods, and formulate reasons for the similarities and differences between them in relation to the ideas and perspectives of the peoples from which the dances originate.
http://www.uen.org - in partnership with Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and Utah System of Higher Education (USHE). Send questions or comments to USBE Specialist - Cathy Jensen and see the Fine Arts - Secondary website. For general questions about Utah's Core Standards contact the Director - DIANA SUDDRETH .