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Urban Dance

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Transcript of Urban Dance

Urban Dance
Year 12 Lesson 1-Waacking
Waacking!
Urban Dance- An overview
Waacking- An overview
Lesson 1- Year 11, 12, 13.
Hip hop
Hip hop first began in the 1973 when a DJ called DJ Kool Herc hosted parties in New York City.

A dancer named Budda Stretch named hip hop dancing in an interview- He is a pioneer in hip hop dance



You have 1 minute in your pairs to discuss today's lesson!


Urban dance is a culture- not just a dance style.

Urban dance is an umbrella term which many street dance styles fall under.

Can you name any?

URBAN DANCE
B-boying


House


Popping

Locking


Tutting




Voguing
Hip hop
Waving
Waacking
Today we are looking at hip hop
Hip hop is a culture: It is made up of 4 elements
Grafiti
Rap
Breaking
Djing
LO1: To recap the P.E.E rule in response to the newspaper article written in last weeks lesson

LO2: To identify key features of Hip hop, and appreciate the social, cultural and contextual background of the dance style.

LO3: To write a short evaluation of the history of hip hop.

Year 13- Learning outcomes
Year 11- Learning outcomes
LO1: To identify key features of Hip hop, and appreciate the social, cultural and contextual background of the dance style.

LO2: To learn, perform and identify 6-8 social hip hop grooves

LO3: To work in pairs to create a hip hop sequence using social grooves.

P.E.E Rule
Point: What are you trying to say?

Example: Give an example to back up your point. This could be a movement example. Be detailed and specific .

Evaluation: Summarise your point here.
Year 12/13-Learning outcomes

LO1: To appreciate urban professional group works to identify their use of choreographic tools to create a tool bank of ideas to inspire group choreography.

LO2: To learn and perform choreography in a hip hop dance style to develop in preparation for a live group urban dance.

LO1: To identify key features of Hip hop, and appreciate the social, contextual and historical background of the dance style.

LO2: To learn, perform and identify 6-8 social hip hop grooves demonstrating an awareness of the stylistic features of the dance form.

LO3: To work in pairs to create a hip hop sequence using social grooves.


Year 12/13 Learning outcomes- 5/3/14
Year 12/13 group dance analysis
LO1: To identify key features on Waacking and to appreciate its social, contextual and cultural background.

LO2: To learn and perform a Waacking movement phrase- demonstrating an awareness of its stylistic features.

LO3: To appreciate professional Waacking works

- Waacking began in LA in the 1970's

- It was Soul Train in the 70s that brought waacking to the public’s attention when dancers like Tyrone Proctor would swing their arms wildly in time to the music.

Note down choreographic tools/staging ideas to create a tool bank to inspire your group choreography!!

Year 13- Lesson 2
LO1: To identify key facts on locking and to demonstrate an awareness of its cultural, contextual and social background.

LO2: To learn and perform a routine in a locking style

LO3: To recap the Waacking and locking routine to be filmed.


Locking started almost by accident in the early 70's when Don Campbell tried to imitate his friends who were doing the funky chicken.


Campbell's jerky but controlled gestures sparked a new way of dancing that turned into a movement.


Formed by Don Campbell and Toni Basil in 1973
It has been said that they changed the face of dance not only for street dancers but dance in general
Very influential!!
Locking
The Lockers
You have completed 3 workshops on urban dance styles!
Well done for all of your hard work- keep it up!!
Street Fusion!!
Learning outcomes Year 13- Lesson 4
LO1: To identify key features of street-fusion dance styles.

LO2: To create our own street-fusion choreography.

LO3: To discuss and evaluate the impact of dance fusions.

What dance styles can you see?

LO1: To appreciate street-fusion professional work to inspire choreography

LO2: To create a group street-fusion choreography based on a professional work.

Learning outcomes Year 12/13
Select one movement/phrase to teach the group!
What is dance fusion?
Dance which consists of 2 or more styles
Fusion dance can be very unique as it is not following any set rules
Fusion dance is very diverse
Come up with your own fusion dance style!

What styles would you fuse and why?
You have 2 minutes to discuss as a group!
TASK
Working in pairs, put the hip hop social grooves in a sequence.

Use your
blue card
(choreographic device) and apply this to your routine.

Choreographic Task!
Just a minute!
LO1: To identify key features of Hip hop, and appreciate the social, contextual and historical background of the dance style.

LO2: To learn, perform and identify 6-8 social hip hop grooves demonstrating an awareness of the stylistic features of the dance form.

LO3: To work in pairs to create a hip hop sequence using social grooves.

Movement recap and SMART targets!
LO1: To consolidate my understanding of the background of urban dance.

LO2: To recap the Waacking, Locking and Hip hop routines.

LO3: To watch a recorded performance of the routines to identify SMART targets and areas for improvement.

Year 11 Lesson 6
What do you know about urban dance?
Use the timeline to help you!
1. Identify your strenghs and weaknesses

2. Create 3 smart targets that you want to reach by the end of the unit!
Year 11 Lesson 7
LO1: To appreciate the background of dance for film and to identify the impact of dance in music videos.

LO2: To identify key features we would like to include within our music video

LO3: To watch back our videos from Friday’s session to identify strengths and areas for improvement to create 3 SMART targets.

Grading criteria!
Pass: Perform key features of urban dance

Merit: Perform key features of urban dance accurately

Distinction: Perform to a high standard key features of urban dance accurately with flair
Music Videos!
You will be creating a 2 minute video in an urban dance style: You will work as a group to choreograph, plan and shoot a music video for your final assessment!
Watch the following videos and note down key points you would like to include in your own music video!!
Dance in music videos
-MTV first aired in 1981, playing their first music video: 'Video killed the radio star'

-MTV brought public attention to music videos.

-Singers such as Michael Jackson used music videos to create a unique image or brand.


Music videos A music video or song video is a short film integrating a song and imagery, produced for promotional or artistic purposes.
The MTV video music award for Best Dance video was first awarded in 1989.
Past winners include, MC Hammer, Janet Jackson, PCD and Missy Elliot
What did the introduction of this award do for dance?
Lesson 8/9
LO1: To appreciate urban professional group works to identify their use of choreographic tools to create a tool bank of ideas to inspire group choreography.

LO2: To use the tools to develop the choreography from the urban workshops to create the beginning of our music video.

Learning outcomes Lesson 8
Note down key choreographic tools you can use!
Musicality
Year 11-Lesson 10 18/03/14
LO1: To identify musicality and apply this in my performance

LO2: To learn the next section for our music video

LO3: To begin creating the ending for our music video

What do you notice about this performance?
● At pass level, learners will have a basic understanding of timing. They may miss counts, a cue or find it difficult to find the beat.

At merit level, learners will be able to use the whole body, to demonstrate clearly the timing and rhythm of the material.

At distinction level, learners will have a true understanding of the rhythms in the movement material . Distinction level learners will be able to perform urban dance sequences confidently and accurately. There will also be a strong sense of musicality and understanding of stresses, and quick and sharp dynamic movements and moments.
Be able to use rhythm to emphasise variation of timing, counts and stresses
Year 11 Lesson 11-18/03/14
LO1- To consolidate my knowledge on urban dance

LO2- To recap the routine for our music video

LO3- To continue to develop the urban choreography to create our ending.


Urban Dance pop quiz!
1. State the influential Locking group?

2. Who formed the lockers?

3. Through what medium did Waacking become more mainstream?

4. State at least 3 Hip hop social grooves?

5. Name the four elements of Hip hop?

6. What is the umbrella term that hip hop, locking and waacking fall under?

7. What year did hip hop begin?

8. Who is Buddha Stretch and what did he do?

9. Who are the Elite Force Crew?

10. Who is Tyrone Proctor?

Learning outcomes- Year 11: Lesson 9
LO1: To consolidate my knowledge of urban dance.

LO2: To finalise a theme/idea for our music video.

LO3: To begin creating/developing movement for our music video.


Music video Ideas/Themes
Urban dance timeline
Perception of females/Body image
CHALLENGE
Meet one of your SMART targets in today's lesson!!
LO1: To complete another graphic scoring exercise to appreciate musicality

LO2: To finalise the staging of the choreography for our music video.

LO3: To consistently demonstrate a response to the BTEC grading criteria in relation to performance.

Year 11 Learning outcomes- L13
LO1: To recap the BTEC grading criteria for performance.

LO2: To recap the music video routine

LO3: To perform and record our music video- utilising the storyboard to implement a range of camera shots and music video conventions.

Year 11 Learning outcomes- L13
BTEC Grading criteria
Pass: Perform key features of urban dance

Merit: Perform key features of urban dance accurately

Distinction: Perform to a high standard key features of urban dance accurately with flair


LO1: To identify a theme/stimulus for my urban dance solo performance.

LO2: To create 3 short motifs in an urban dance style: drawing from Waacking, locking, hip hop and street fusion styles-

Learning outcomes- Year 13 25/03
You will be creating a 2 minute solo urban performance!
You performance must demonstrate your knowledge of urban dance forms!
Your performance can have a theme or be choreographed from a stimulus

Use the sheet to mindmap any ideas you have!
BTEC Assignment
~Year 12/13 learning outcomes
LO1: To consolidate my knowledge of urban dance

LO2: To continue to develop the choreography by applying a range of choreographic devices.

LO3: To familiarise myself with the BTEC grading criteria- and demonstrate application of the BTEC requirements to my performance.

LO4: To be introduced to musicality through graphic scoring

LO5: To apply my knowledge of musicality to urban choreography by dancing to layers within the music.

LO1: To continue to develop our choreography in preparation for our music video.

LO2: To set SMART targets for filming the music video next lesson.

Year 11 Learning outcomes
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