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I.S. 234 Dance Program
Transcript of I.S. 234 Dance Program
I.S. 234 Dance Program
Participation (Daily Class Work Grade)
Dance Projects (Performance/Research), Rehearsals & Performances
Homework/Internet/Journal Assignments, Written Exams/Quizzes
WHAT IS ON TIME FOR DANCE?
WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU ARE . . .
AT THE DOCTOR'S?
WHEN DO I USE A PASS AND WHICH ONE?
Dance Educator/Artistic Director: Ms. D. Brown
Location: 4th Floor Dance Studio
*Ms. Brown will also use Google Classrooms! TBA
Welcome to Dance!
Dance at I.S. 234 focuses on using your creativity as well as learning about different dance techniques, culture/history of dance and what it means to be a performer. As a dance student, you will be introduced to dance techniques and vocabulary from different dance genres/styles and mind body practices (such as Yoga) as well as investigate the diversity and creativity of one another through improvisation and choreography. The I.S. 234 dance student is recognized as a dance artist, one who engages in the art form of dance through multiple perspectives (seeing, rehearsing, creating, performing, discussing, critiquing, reading, writing, researching, etc.).
What do the PROGRAM OBJECTIVES emphasize?
Come to school prepared on the days you have dance.
You will not be allowed to change before class!!
See Websites/Styles on Syllabus!
What do I need to complete for next class?
(Signed Last Page of Syllabus)
3. Completed Dance
-By September 30th
5. Bring your
How do we demonstrate. . .
ATTENDANCE-LATENESS-STUDIO PASS POLICIES
1. Participate with our Best Effort.
2. Act Safely and Respectfully toward Our Self, Others, and the School at All Times.
3. Demonstrate Professionalism-Be Prepared (w/ Attire and Dance Knowledge), Be On Time, Raise a Hand for Help, Keep the Studio Clean, Electronics Away . . .
2. Practicing the Art
1. Entering the Space
3. Leaving the Space
BATHROOM NURSE MESSAGE PASS
Black Tank Leotard or Tank
Black or White T-shirt
Black Athletic Shorts or Sweatpants
*Revision: To assist you, your pants may also be grey, navy, or grey. Girls may also wear sweats if not baggy.
*Attire can be purchased at G..O. Store!
remove shoes and socks and dance barefoot
. If you are interested in purchasing actual dance footwear for a specific study, please see Ms. Brown.
What are the other Attire requests for. . .
My attire has not come in yet, what do I do?
How does attire affect my participation grade?
What do you need to know about . . .
On Time Work
Grading-See the Rubric!!
Homework Postings can be found . . .
Dance Attire and . . .
Dance Folder-for handouts and written journals if not using Google Class!
Pencil/Pen just in case :)
Reflections/Notes-Assignment to be given out soon!
Work will be submitted on Google Classroom or looseleaf/folder!
May be given on dance vocab, warm-up, for a midterm, etc. Dates announced in class!
Choreography Projects - Smaller Groups w/ In Class Rehearsal/Performance
Dance Research Projects
Performances are a huge part of our end of 1st and 2nd semesters. It takes a great deal of preparation and hard work to become performance ready. It is a privilege and opportunity earned by students who can follow the class expectations.
What happens if I am pulled from the performance
(excluding medical excuses/religious obligations/personal emergencies)?
WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU ARE OK'D TO COMPLETE AN
WHAT DOES A
LOOK LIKE IN
DANCE . . .
WHO SHOULD YOU TELL IMMEDIATELY
IF YOU HAVE A MEDICAL CONCERN?
Cell Phone & Electronic Device Policy:
Devices should be placed . . . ?
Devices should be on or off? Why?
When might Ms. B use a device?