Use simple technical and expressive skills when presenting dance that communicates ideas to an audience
presenting a learned sequence of movements to the class, teachers or parents, for example, a sequence the class has developed in response to a stimulus such as an image or a story
communicating ideas and feelings to an audience, for example, by stamping heavily or tip-toeing lightly, or using movement qualities such as slow, controlled sinking
using questions to explore how ideas are interpreted and presented in performance, for example, how were ideas communicated in their dance, or how would they describe the theme or ideas other students are communicating in their dance?
using expressive skills to engage the audience, for example, looking out to the audience and using facial expressions
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