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dance_haka - .E.MediumTermPlanning Topic:Dance:Sportstheme...

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Leagrave Primary School P.E. Medium Term Planning Topic: Dance: Sports theme  HAKA Year Group: 6 Session time: 1hr 30 min Period of time: Spring 1 Teacher: Mr Martin No of weeks: 6 Assessment Criteria Expectations of unit: Outcomes MOST CHILDREN WILL BE ABLE TO: Remember, refine and repeat short dances with a growing sense of style and artistic intention. Identify strengths and weakness in their own and others work. Suggest ways to improve their performance and compositions. Talk about dance using appropriate vocabulary and carry out suggestions about how to develop  their work. Use a stimulus to create a simple dance. with a partner and in a group to compose motifs and structure simple dances; organise their own warm-up and cool-down activities to prepare for, and recover from, dance. Session 1: Session objective: Know what the “Haka” is  Understand the background from where the Haka has originated from. Perform and evaluate the original “Haka” sequence in unison showing  strong and forceful dynamics. Assessment:  By observation against learning outcomes. Peer assessment against criteria. Warm up: Main Activities: Plenary  Why do we need to warm? How  should we feel after we have  warmed up? Should the warm up  make us feel really tired?  Uses the take 10 DVD teach the  children a dance movement. Then  as a whole class follow the  movements.  Ask the children to talk about dance and what they think it is? Do they like or  hate dance? Why? What would make it more enjoyable?  Inform the pupils that today they will be learning about a war  dance . Put an  emphasis on the word dance. It is performed by the All Blacks Rugby Team- What country to they represent? Many of the other nations in that area have  their own Haka including Fiji, Samoa and Tonga. Explain to the children that Haka is a team chant, which is performed in a  staccato and rhythmical manner and accompanied by strong movement.  Haka means `War Dance`. Watch the video of the All Blacks performing the  Haka. Why do you think they are doing this? How do you think you would feel if you were the other team? Groups to demonstrate their  haka. Did the group meet the  criteria? Were they in unison? Did they show the correct  dynamics; strong actions,  aggressive, power, scary etc… Do they know the sequence?  Recap the lesson through a  question and answer session.
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Do you think the actions would mean as much if they undertook the dance  in silence? Have you ever seen a Haka on telly? 
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