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Picture Stimulus - Motif and development
Transcript of Picture Stimulus - Motif and development
To create a motif
All of you will be able to briefly explain what a motif is and create 2 basic motifs (Grade D)
Most of you will be able to explain what motif development is using examples and create 2 motifs with original movements (Grade C)
Some of you will be able to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using motifs and can create 3 interesting motifs (Grade B) Objectives and Outcomes To understand motif development
Manipulate your motifs using motif development
All of you should be able to explain what motif development is and create 1 development for each motif (Grade D)
Most of you should be able to explain motif development using examples and create 4 developments where you start to merge developments together (Grade C)
Some of you should be able to explain the importance of using motif development and can manipulate motifs be merging developments together (Grade B) Objectives and Outcomes Create a dance from the motifs you have developed Objective and outcomes To apply dynamics relationships and spatial contents to your choreography. Objective and outcomes What is a motif? A motif is a short phrase of movement which is repeated throughout a dance to represent a teme or idea. It can be manipulated through using motif development. Task 1 Watch the following clip and look to see what motifs have been used Task 2 You have a choice of 4 pictures to use as your stimulus.
In pairs or 3's thought shower what movement ideas you could use to create a motif for each picture.
Think about what the pitcure is showing you. Can you pick out any shapes or positions to use? Task 3 To start creating your motifs.
There is not a set amount of counts that a motif has to be. Try to make it at least 8 counts. Task 1 To use the support sheets provided to manipulate and develop the motifs that you created last lesson.
Make sure at least 2 of your developments are travelling sequences
Remember: you are developing your motifs. You are not putting them together to create a dance. Task 2 Now you have developed your motifs start to create your dance through linking your motifs together.
Make sure you think of a starting position. Starter Match up the motif development to the correct definition Watch the clip from last week again. How have they developed motifs through the piece. Make sure you are specific with your examples and use the correct terminology. All of you should be able to link your motif's and developments together (Grade D).
Most of you should be able to link your motifs together fluently through using linking movements (Grade C).
Some of you will be able to seamlessly link motifs together using a range of linking movements (Grade B). Starter How did you develop you motifs last week?
How do you link motifs together? All of you will be able to apply basic relationships, dynamics and spatial contents to your choreography (Grade D).
Most of you will be able to show various relationships, dynamics and spatial content within your choreography (Grade C).
Some of you will be able to show complex relationships, dynamics and spatial contents within your choreography (Grade B).