Dance Short II - decelerate, rhythm muscular force:...

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Page 61 Elements of Dance Body, Space, Quality, Relationships BODY: What the body does Whole Body Actions Body Parts Body Shapes walk, run, jump, leap, gallop, slide stop, bend, stretch, twist, turn, skip, swing in isolation, support, weight, lead, gesture curled, twisted, wide, stretched, narrow SPACE: Where the body moves Levels Size Directions Pathways high – on your feet medium – on your knees low–back, tummy, bottom small, big, huge, tiny, enormous, wide, flat, balled-up, etc. forward, backwards, sideways, diagonally curved, straight, zigzag, bumpy, round, etc QUALITY: How the body moves Time Energy Flow sudden – sustained speed – fast, slow, accelerate,
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Unformatted text preview: decelerate, rhythm muscular force: strong-light weight: heavy-light free - held RELATIONSHIPS: How the body moves individual partner groups contrasting matching mirroring shadowing following supporting connecting meeting/parting echoing action/reaction near/far with objects scattered lines squares circles groups shapes groups forms “ Reprinted with permission from "Ontario Health and Physical Education Curriculum Support: Grades K-10", Ontario Physical and Health Education Association (Ophea), Toronto, 2000. Health and Physical Education – Grade 3, Page 456 Movement Exploration – Rhythm and Movement Unit 15 – Appendix C...
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2011 for the course TED 403 taught by Professor Espisito during the Spring '11 term at CSU Dominguez Hills.

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