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GCSE D ANCE U NIT 1 W RITTEN P APER Specimen Paper 2009
1 (a) Describe a costume from work 1. 2 marks
1 (b) How does the choreographer use this costume in work 1? 3 marks
2 (a) What type of accompaniment is used in one of the professional dance works that you have studied? (1 mark)
2 (b) Give an example from the work that shows a relationship between the dance and the accompaniment. (2 marks)
2 (c) Explain two ways in which the choreographer uses accompaniment in the other professional dance work that you have studied. (2 marks)
3 (a) Choose and explain two of the following dance relationships. Unison, Canon, Complementary, Contrast. 4 marks
3 (b) Describe a moment, from one of the professional dance works that you have studied, where one of your chosen relationships occurs. (2 marks)
3 (c) Choose a different dance relationship that you used in choreography or performance in your practical work. How did this relationship fit the theme of the dance? (3 marks)
4 (a) Your solo composition task was based on three motifs from a selected work. Describe one of the motifs you learned. Use actions, dynamics and space in your answer 3 marks.
4 (b) Describe two ways that you developed this motif. (4 marks)
A climax is a structurally important moment in a dance. Describe a moment of climax in one of the professional dance works that you have studied. Refer to actions and dynamics. 4 marks
6 (a) Describe the physical setting of both professional dance works that you have studied. 4 marks
6 (b) Compare the way the physical setting is used in both professional dance works that you have studied. (8 marks)
6 (c) Choose one of the professional dance works that you have studied and explain how effective you think the use of physical setting is. (3 marks)
The most important thing is to read the questions so you understand what the examiner is looking for within the answer
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