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Beat your class.... • The name for speed/quality in dance is? • Performing in canon means? • What is the opposite word to canon? • Name/Draw 3 different formations • Give a definition for action/reaction • Name 2 things that happen in most cartoons
Today we are going to… All: Be able to link basic dance actions to show a ‘chase’ (L3) Most: Be able to link appropriate dance actions and dynamics,(L4) Some: Be able to use original and appropriate dance actions and dynamics and develop using different choreographic devices: question and answer, action/reaction, follow leader, canon, unison (L4+/5)
Warm up challenge Listen to commands and respond: Front Fly Back Explode Middle Splat Right Stuck in mud Left
Competition EXTRA POINTS – change the dynamics, OR include question and answer, action/reaction, follow leader, canon, unison TASK: Create a duet based on a chase! Be as imaginative as possible. Remember to use jumps, turns, rolls, travelling, freezes, lifts! Avoid miming! You can use either the motif from last lesson, ideas from the worksheet or your own ideas! • CARTOON IDEAS: • Glue • • Earthquake pills • • Giant rubber band • • Jet-propelled pogo stick • • Rocket-powered roller skates • Triple-strength fortified leg-muscle • vitamins • • Instant icicle maker (just add water) • • DIY tornado kit • • Explosive tennis balls
TASK 2 • Link your chase to the opening dance phrase • Create your own ending or scenario
When watching... • What actions (jump, turn, travelling, gestures, balance) and dynamics (fast/slow/sharp/soft) can you see (L3)? • What are they trying to show? Can you tell? (l4) • Have they used any choreographic devices – question and answer, canon, follow leader? (L5) • What can they do to improve?