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Bell Ringer – 9/3 . TABLET/Smart Phone m.socrative.com – Room 38178 NO TABLET (or not working) There are Bell Ringers cards on the table in the fourth box. Take 1 and answer the question on there (make sure you put your name and date!) Turn it in to the class box.

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Bell ringer 9 3

Bell Ringer – 9/3

  • TABLET/Smart Phone

    • m.socrative.com – Room 38178

  • NO TABLET (or not working)

    • There are Bell Ringers cards on the table in the fourth box. Take 1 and answer the question on there (make sure you put your name and date!)

    • Turn it in to the class box.

  • QUESTIONS: Fill in the blank (multiple choice on devices)

    • 1. ___________ is the “quality of sound.” It’s why a trumpet sounds different than a flute.


Elements of dance

Elements of Dance


Locomotor or non locomotor

Locomotor or Non-Locomotor

  • Locomotor – motion takes a dancer across the floor

  • Non-locomotor – dance moves performed in place

  • Examples:

    • Locomotor

      • 1:05

    • Non-locomotor

      • 5-48 seconds


Elements of dance1

Elements of Dance

  • Space

  • Time

  • Force


Element of dance space

Element of Dance - Space

  • Space is the area occupied by the dancer’s body

  • Includes:

    • Direction

    • Size

    • Pathway

    • Level

    • Shape


Direction

Direction

  • Which way a dancer faces or moves

  • Forward, backward, sideways, up and down

  • Forward is not towards you – all directions are relative to the DANCER


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Size

  • Magnitude of a body shape or movement

  • Small to Large

    • Large motions are stretched out and extended

    • Small motions are tight and closed

  • Examples:

    • Large

      • 1:00-1:30

    • Small

      • 12-44 seconds


Pathway

Pathway

  • Pathway is the pattern made as a dancer moves through the air or on the floor

  • Straight, Curvy, Zig-Zag

  • If dancers had paint on their shoes, would they make a straight line, curvy line, or zig-zag line?


Pathway1

Pathway

  • Most common: curvy pathways

  • Example:

    • Zig-Zag Pathway

      • 1:38-1:50


Level

Level

  • Level is the vertical distance from the floor

  • High, Medium, Low

    • High – in the air, or extended upwards

    • Low – down close to the ground

  • Examples

    • High Level

      • 7-35 seconds

    • Low Level

      • 0-30 seconds


Shape

Shape

  • The form created by the body’s position in space

  • Shapes can be open or closed, symmetrical or asymmetrical

    • Open extended: stretched out

    • Closed: tight, small

  • Constantly changing


Element of dance time

Element of Dance - Time

  • Time, in dance, is the relationship of one movement or part of a movement to another

  • Includes:

    • Pulse

    • Tempo

    • Duration/Rhythm

    • Phrase


Pulse same as beat in music

Pulse (same as “beat” in music)

  • The ongoing underlying beat

  • The “heartbeat” of the music


Tempo

Tempo

  • Tempo, in dance, is the speed a movement is performed

    • You can also refer to the tempo of the music

  • Fast, slow

  • Examples:

    • Fast Movements

      • 58-end

    • Slow Movements

      • 55-2:09


Duration rhythm

Duration/Rhythm

  • The length of time a movement lasts

  • Long time, short time, something in between


Phrasing

Phrasing

  • Phrasing is a grouping or articulation of a group of moves

  • How the movements go together

  • If you can stop the performance and it make sense, that’s the end of a phrase. If it would seem abrupt for you to stop there – it’s not the end of the phrase


Element of dance force

Element of Dance - Force

  • Force is the degree of muscular tension and use of energy while moving

  • Includes:

    • Flow

    • Weight


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Flow

  • Continuity of movement

  • Flow can be bound or free-flowing

    • Bound: has a definite start and stop

    • Free-flowing: connected and fluid

  • Examples:

    • Bound

      • 55-end

    • Free-Flowing

      • 0-45 seconds


Weight

Weight

  • Strength

  • Lightness of movement

    • Strong/Heavy or Light

  • Examples

    • Strong Force

      • 10-1:50

    • Light Force


Activity understanding the terms

Activity – Understanding the Terms

  • You can log onto m.socrative.com (room 38178) and do the activity there...

  • OR get out a sheet of notebook paper and record your answers there (turn it in at the end of class)


Size large or small

Size – Large or Small?

2.3.

4.5.6.


Level high or low

Level – High or Low

7.8.

9.10. 11.


Shape open or closed

Shape – Open or Closed?

12.13.

14.15.


Shape symmetrical or asymmetrical

Shape – Symmetrical or Asymmetrical?

16.17.

18.19.


Movement locomotor or non locomotor

Movement – Locomotor or Non-locomotor?

20. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpVzkzMtHMg

21. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmTt9KzU3nE

0-25 seconds

22. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubKM4A6xYus

0-30 seconds


Force light or strong

Force – Light or Strong?

23.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDbA3VUgWso

9-20 seconds

24. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ns_zYaL0LXk

20-45


Tempo moves fast or slow

Tempo – Moves Fast or Slow?

25. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FrkcYqrkpc1:00-1:20

26. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XijHCzxThQg


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