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How do pathways apply to dance? Watch as an example of pathway dance: Drawn the studio number the walls and corners and label the stage directions With draw a pathway on your map of the studio Walk your pathway at least 5 times. Make sure you can travel you pathway with out looking at your map. Put the following movements on your pathway: coupe, passe, degage, chaine, saute arabesque, echappe, spiral to the group, battement. The movements do not have to be in any order. Add transitions, levels and shapes to your pathway to create an interesting movement study. Think about what the audience is going to see. No street movements! Perform your study.
B.CP.1 use choreographic principles, structures, and processes to create dance \ Class assessement Memory, creativity, effort performance quality, levels, 3 forms of energy, focus, audience etiquette 10 point a piece and 20 points for nothing
How do the six components of spatial design help you become a better dancer? Direction (where your travel) Level (high middle low) Dimension (how big or small) Focus (where your look or pay attention) Floor Pattern (your pathway) Perspective (how you or interpret dance)
How do the six components of spatial design help you become a better dancer? Warm-up Center combo chasses, saute arabesque, spiral to the ground, chain, reach swing, repeat other side Battement front side back side, paint the rainbow, turn out repeat Chasse chasse Spiral Shape sweep using the general space in the studio Create an across the floor using the 6 components of spatial design. You may include any movement we know from dance class and any creative ideas that make your across the floor interesting. No Street MOVES Direction (where you travel) Level (high middle low) Dimension (how big or small) Focus (where your look or pay attention) Floor Pattern (your pathway) Perspective (how you or interpret dance)
Spatial Awareness SocialPersonalDistantIntimate
Social No Contact View the whole body 3 feet to 10 feet from the body Acknowledge dancers
Personal Rely on vision Can still touch More comfortable 12 inches to 3 feet from the body
Distant General space Split focus 10 feet away The whole body has space around it
Intimate Aware of each other Physical contact From your skin 12 inches away
With your partner improv movement using the four spaces. Social, personal, intimate, distant Create a short center combination showing these 4 ideas.
Quiz Define 1. Personal Space 2. Level 3. Dimension 4. Focus 5. Pathways 6.Perspective 7. How do the six components of spatial design help you become a better dancer? 8. When did your feel the most comfortable moving in distant, personal, social, intimate space. Why? 9. What was your favorite creative experience? Pathways, shape and level phrase, energy improvisation Jello Kool-aid Ice, across the floor or four spaces. Why 10. What can you personally improve in dance class? How will you do it?