Terminology Cue Cards
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Gesturing anything using movement
Travelling from one space to another using the different levels.
Moving from one level higher. Usually consists of leaving the ground.
Moving the body part from one level to a lower level.
The act of turning or rotating the whole body or a joint.
The absence of evident movement.
Physical skill used to make your body is aligned.
The ability to maintain balance.
Patterning of different body parts and different relationships.
Showing your strengths by doing something challenging.
From holding a position in stillness to slowly moving through to another position.
Can be shown in various ways; the stretching of your muscles, ligaments and/or joints.
Repeat a demanding activity/performance of a sequence of tricks.
TRANSFERENCE OF WEIGHT
To move from one special pattern to another.
The use of qualities such as rhythm, duration, speed, tempo & accent.
The use of qualities such s shape, special organisation, level, direction and focus.
The qualities of movement such as swinging, sustained, suspended etc. to create dynamic vibrations of force and flow.
The structure of the dance, refining and arranging of the phrases and sections of the dance.
Central concern that guides the formulation of the dance.
The process of editing the dance's initial form and movement vocabulary in order to make a clearer intention.
The written reflections on the process of rehearsing and performing.
VCE Dance terms
Modern Dance Vocab
Midterm Dance Terms