TDTR 10 Fall 16 - WELCOME BACK UCSD FALL 2016 COURSE TDTR...

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WELCOME BACK! UCSD FALL 2016 COURSE: TDTR 10: Introduction to Dance, CRN 881052; 4 units; Peterson Hall 103 INSTRUCTOR: TERRY WILSON, please call me Terry! OFFICE HOURS: T/R 2:00-3:00 by appointment OFFICE PHONE: (858) 534-6461 Email: [email protected] COURSE OBJECTIVE : Introduction to Dance is designed to challenge students to think about dance using aesthetic perceptions, historical and cultural contexts, and social and political relationships as they relate to Western traditions. Students will learn to analyze similarities and differences in a variety of dance forms. Using the arts and humanities, students will learn to recognize that although people are different, they share some common experiences and attitudes. Conversely, students will learn to analyze and interpret the influence of diverse cultures on personal and societal expressions and styles of art. In addition, the student will learn about dance technique, the craft of choreography and improvisation. TEXT BOOK : Learning about Dance: Dance as an Art form and Entertainment , Nora Ambrosio 6 th edition ASSESSMENT: GRADING SCALE: *Daily class work…………………140 300-283 (95%) = A *Concert review…………………….20 282-268 (94-90%) = A- *Museum attendance……..………10 267-262 (89-88%) = B+ *Mid-term……….………………….…40 261-253 (87- 85%) = B
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