Assessment for learning is “the process of seeking and interpreting evidence for use by learners and their teachers to decide where the learners are in their learning, where they need to go and how best to get there.”
Assessment Reform Group 2002.
The web resource for Complete Guide to Primary Dance includes many written resources that support teaching dance in the primary classroom, such as warm-ups suited to various age groups and stories and word banks to stimulate dance ideas. Twenty-two complete units of work guide teachers in leading children through an age-appropriate dance-making process. A scheme of work provides an overview of the stimulus, unit outline and learning outcomes of each unit. A unit template is provided so that one might easily create one’s own unit. Photographs from the book are available in full colour to be downloaded or printed for presentations or visual displays. Video clips illustrate various parts of the dance-making process from conception to performance, as well as short movement phrases that encompass a variety of dance styles.
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