Dance GCSE

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What does PTEMS (performance) stand for?
Physical skills and attributes, Technical skills, Expressive skills, Mental skills and attributes, Safe working practices.
What are the physical skills used in performance?
Posture
Alignment
Balance
Coordination
Control
Flexibility
Mobility
Strength
Stamina
Extension
Isolation
What are the technical skills used in performance?
Action content
Dynamic content
Spatial content
Relationship content
Timing content
Rhythmic content
Movement in a stylistically accurate way
Give examples of action content.
Travel
Turn
Gesture
stillness
Use of different body parts
floor work
transfer of weight
Give examples of dynamic content.
Fast/slow
Sudden/sustained
acceleration/deceleration
Strong/light
Direct/indirect
Flowing/abrupt
Give examples of relationship content.
Lead and follow
mirroring
action and reaction
accumulation
complement and contrast
counterpoint
contact
formations
Give examples of expressive skills.
Projection
Focus
Spatial awareness
Facial expression
Phrasing
Musicality
Sensitivity to other dancers
communication of choreographic intent
Give examples of mental skills during performance
Movement memory
Commitment
concentration
confidence
Give examples of mental skills during the process
Systematic repetition
Mental rehearsal
Rehearsal discipline
Planning of the rehearsal
Response to feedback
Capacity to improve
Give examples of safe working practices during performance.
Safe execution
Appropriate dancewear
Give examples of safe working practices during the process.
Warming up
Cooling down
Hydration
Nutrition
What does ADSR - Choreography stand for?
Action content
Dynamic content
Spatial content
Relationship content
What does CSC - Choreography stand for?
Choreographic devices
Structuring devices and form
Choreographic processes
What does APC - Choreography stand for?
Aural settings
Performance environments
Communication of choreographic intent
Give examples of action content within choreography
Travel
Turn
Elevation
Gesture
Stillness
Use of different body parts
Floor work
Transfer of weight
Give examples of dynamic content within choreography
Fast/slow
Sudden/sustained
Acceleration/deceleration
strong/light
Direct/Indirect
Flowing/Abrupt
Give examples of spatial content within choerography
Pathways
Levels
Direction
Size of movement
Patterns
Spatial design
Give examples of relationship content within choreography
Motif and development
Repetition
Contrast
Highlights
Climax
Manipulation of number
Unison and canon
Give examples of choreographic devices within choreography
Motif and development
Repetition
Contrast
Highlights
Climax
Manipulation of number
Unison
Give examples of structuring devices
Binary
Ternary
Rondo
Narrative
Episodic
Beginning/middle/end
Unity
Logical sequence
Transitions
Give examples of the choreographic process
Researching
Improvising
Generating
Selecting
Developing
Structuring
Refining and synthesising
Give examples of aural settings and how they affect choreographic outcomes
Song
Instrumental
Orchestral
Spoken word
Silence
Natural sound
Found sound
Body Percussion
Mood and atmosphere
Contrast and variety
Structure
Relationship to theme/idea
Give examples of different performance environments
Proscenium Arch
End stage
Site-sensitive
in-the-round
Give examples of how the choreographic intent is communicated
Moods
Meanings
Ideas
Themes
Style/Style fusions
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