Planning a dance curriculum requires thoughtful decisions so the end result is an organized progression of focused units of learning experiences. The National Dance Education Standards and the benchmarks provide a balanced framework for creating goals and objectives for the dance curriculum. The goals and objectives of the dance education curriculum need to focus on more than building a repertoire of fundamental dance skills and performing dances.
Students will use graffiti and pop culture as a springboard to create a study in movement that is related to modern mosaics. Research the history of symbols and the universality of graffiti, famous graffiti and mosaic artists, origin of rap and hip-hop, or pop culture’s influence on fashion. Students further investigate the positive and negative aspects of graffiti by taking digital photo images for a PowerPoint introduction or multimedia inclusion.
Having participated in the learning experience Working in the Coal Mine: An Integrated Approach to Folk Dance, students will create a new folk dance. GOAL To create original coal mining dances based on facts learned about coal mining in Japan and the United States. create an Americanized version of a coal mining dance based on facts they learned about coal mining and Japan.
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