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DA.68.C.1.1

Examine and discuss exemplary works to gain ideas for creating dance studies with artistic intent.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Cognition and reflection are required to...

  • 5
    Courses
DA.68.C.1.2

Process, sequence, and demonstrate new material quickly and accurately with energy, expression, and clarity.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Cognition and reflection are required to...

  • 6
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e.g., in a classroom, master class, rehearsal, audition

DA.68.C.1.3
Evaluate, using personal and established criteria, how choreographic structures and/or production elements were designed to impact mood or aesthetic value within a dance piece.
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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Cognition and reflection are required to...

  • 3
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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., floor patterns, stage design, ABA, theme and variations, rondo, use of costumes, lights, props

DA.68.C.1.4
Identify and discuss the function and importance of physical and cognitive rehearsal in the retention, recall, and performance of movement.
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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Cognition and reflection are required to...

  • 4
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DA.68.C.2.1

Solve challenges in technique and composition by visualizing and applying creative solutions.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Assessing our own and others’ artistic work,...

  • 8
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DA.68.C.2.2
Reflect on critiques from a variety of sources to improve technique and the creative process, and to make decisions about one’s work.
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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Assessing our own and others’ artistic work,...

  • 8
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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., self, peer, teacher

DA.68.C.3.1

Analyze an artist’s work, using selected criteria, and describe its effectiveness in communicating meaning and specific intent.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The processes of critiquing works of art...

  • 4
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DA.68.C.3.2

Evaluate key elements observed in historically significant, exemplary works of dance.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The processes of critiquing works of art...

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DA.68.F.1.1
Interpret and respond to works by master choreographers who have used innovative technology and integrated information from non-dance content areas.
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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Creating, interpreting, and responding in...

  • 2
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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., Merce Cunningham, Elizabeth Streb, Alwin Nikolais, Pilobolus

DA.68.F.1.2

Explore use of technology as a tool for creating, refining, and responding to dance.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Creating, interpreting, and responding in...

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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., video, projections

DA.68.F.1.3

Practice creative risk-taking through dance improvisation and performance.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Creating, interpreting, and responding in...

DA.68.F.2.1

Explain the roles of dance production personnel.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Careers in and related to the arts...

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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., choreographer, producer, stage manager, ticket sales

DA.68.F.2.2

Identify local or regional resources to understand their importance to dancers.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Careers in and related to the arts...

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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., private dance studios, scholarships, dance companies

DA.68.F.3.1

Demonstrate leadership, preparedness, and adaptability by sharing ideas or teaching skills to others in small and large groups.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The 21st-century skills necessary for...

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DA.68.F.3.2

Investigate and make use of a broad array of resources to update and strengthen skills and/or knowledge in the field.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The 21st-century skills necessary for...

  • 1
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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., private studios, print and on-line articles and reviews, membership in dance organizations

DA.68.F.3.3

Prepare auditions and audition skills for schools, companies, and/or commercial work in dance.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The 21st-century skills necessary for...

  • 3
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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., attire, etiquette, professional presentation, technique, conditioning

DA.68.F.3.4

Maintain documentation of dance-related activities, including a repertory sheet, to prepare for résumé-writing.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The 21st-century skills necessary for...

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DA.68.F.3.5

Describe basic functions of skeletal and muscular systems.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The 21st-century skills necessary for...

  • 6
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DA.68.F.3.6

Research and reference common dance injuries.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The 21st-century skills necessary for...

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e.g., sprained ankle, tendonitis

DA.68.H.1.1

Identify and execute characteristic rhythms in dances representing one or more cultures.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Through study in the arts, we learn about...

  • 2
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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., African, Indian, Irish, Israeli, Latin

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