New Curriculum Dance Assessment MASTER_Dance Team March 30_2017
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DANCE STUDENT WORK HABITS / PROFESSIONALISM
3_Fully Meeting Expectations_Asks lots of questions. Rehearses and catches up on missed choreography outside of class time. Completes all assignments on time to the best of student ability. Respects learning environment by handing equipment with care and ensuring the physical and emotional safety of others.
2_Meeting Expectations_Asks questions and seeks help when needed. Usually rehearses outside of class time. One assignment handed in late. Respects learning environment.
1_Meets Minimal Expectations_Rarely asks questions / seeks help when needed. Rarely rehearses outside of class time. Has a few outstanding or late assignments. Respects learning environment.
0_Not Yet Within Expectations_Does not seek help when needed. Lacks rehearsal outside of class time and performance is negatively affected. Assignments are not yet handed in or completed. Does not respect learning environment. Mistreats equipment and jeopardizes the safety of others.
D: demonstrates responsibility
DANCE STUDENT WORK HABITS / PROFESSIONALISM
3_Fully Meeting Expectations_Always in attendance. Always on time. Arrives to class everyday prepared with dance strip.
2_Meeting Expectations_Has had 1-2 unexcused absences / lates. Occasionally forgets dance strip.
1_Meets Minimal Expectations_Had 3 unexcused absences / lates. Often forgets dance strip.
0_Not Yet Within Expectations_Has had 4+ unexcused absences / lates. Frequently arrives to class without dance strip.
A: attendance
DANCE STUDENT WORK HABITS / PROFESSIONALISM
3_Fully Meeting Expectations_Eagerly participates and is fully engaged in all class activities. Shows pride in student work. Shows enthusiasm and positivity! Attentive, engaged and takes appropriate risks. Shows strong determination in the face of challenging tasks.
2_Meeting Expectations_Participates fully in class activities. Usually takes risks and shows enthusiasm. Usually shows pride in student work. Open to attempt challenging tasks. Approaches class with positivity.
1_Meets Minimal Expectations_Shows minimal effort and enthusiasm to participate in class. Shows some pride in student work. Rarely takes risks & shows enthusiasm. Needs encouragement to take on challenging tasks.
0_Not Yet Within Expectations_Lacks effort and motivation to participate in class activities. Does not show pride in student work Responds to instruction with negative energy. Easily gives up when faced with a challenging task.
N: notable participation
DANCE STUDENT WORK HABITS / PROFESSIONALISM
3_Fully Meeting Expectations_Respects the rights, opinions & contributions of others. Works well with others & open to work with peers despite varying skill levels. Is supportive and encouraging. Works well with others.
2_Meeting Expectations_Usually respects the rights, opinions & contributions of others. Sometimes hesitates to work with others. Is often encouraging and supportive.
1_Meets Minimal Expectations_Rarely respects the rights, opinions & contributions of others. Hesitates to work with others. Rarely encouraging and supportive of peers.
0_Not Yet Within Expectations_Does not respect the rights, opinions & contributions of others. Not open to working with peers with varying skill levels. Does not work well with others. Discourages peers.
C: community building
DANCE STUDENT WORK HABITS / PROFESSIONALISM
3_Fully Meeting Expectations_Listens to directions, accepts instruction & takes action immediately. Listens quietly and watches attentively while others are talking/presenting. Uses class time to rehearse fully and accurately.
2_Meeting Expectations_Frequently listens and watches attentively when others are speaking & presenting. Actively engaged in all tasks. Rarely disruptive.
1_Meets Minimal Expectations_Usually listens and watches attentively when others are speaking & presenting. Sometimes needs reminders to stay on task.
0_Not Yet Within Expectations_Frequently disruptive in class or does not listen to others. Frequently off task; needs constant reminders to stay on task.
E: etiquette
Total out of 15: G= 11-15 / S= 7 - 10 / N=0-6
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DANCE CURRICULAR COMPETENCY & LEARNING STANDARDS
EXCELLING_Student participates fully in all creative movement activities with energy and confidence. Student boldly takes creative risks through choreography and improvisation. Student makes insightful and expressive movement choices. Student is comfortable creating and exploring movement both individually and in groups.
ACHEIVING_Student participates fully in all creative movement activities. Student makes meaningful choices and takes creative risks through choreography and improvisation. Student is able to create and explore both individually and in groups.
DEVELOPING_Student is continually building self-confidence when participating in creative movement activities as an individual and in groups. Student is beginning to make purposeful choices and explore purposeful play (through choreography explorations and improvisation).
BEGINNING_With support, student can create movement phrases and select appropriate material. Student may still need encouragement to participate fully in class activities and may still be hesitant to take creative risks. Student needs ample support when working individually and/or in groups.
EXPLORE & CREATE (gr. 8-12) Inludes: New choreo, freestyle, and across the floor
DANCE CURRICULAR COMPETENCY & LEARNING STANDARDS
EXCELLING_Student humbly accepts and applies feedback/corrections. Student offers articulate, constructive, insightful, and relevant feedback to self and peers using appropriate dance vocabulary. Student describes, interprets and responds to dance performances in a thoughtful way.
ACHEIVING_Student accepts, applies, and gives constructive feedback/corrections using appropriate dance vocabulary. Student describes, interprets and responds to dance performances.
DEVELOPING_Student is starting to accept and give constructive feedback using appropriate dance vocabulary, but is not yet able to apply feedback. Student is beginning to develop their own interpretations and responses to dance performances.
BEGINNING_Student needs guidance when receiving, applying, and giving feedback to self and peers using appropriate dance vocabulary. Student may need specific prompting when interpreting and responding to dance performances.
REASON & REFLECT (gr. 8-12) Includes: Reflecting on performances and competitions and feedback activities
DANCE CURRICULAR COMPETENCY & LEARNING STANDARDS
EXCELLING_Student excels in technical and performance skills. Student adapts and applies technical and performance skills in a variety of ways. Student communicates ideas and movement concepts and confidently.
ACHEIVING_Student has refined technical and performance skills. Student is able to adapt and apply technical / performance skills in different ways. Student is able to communicate ideas and movement concepts through dance.
DEVELOPING_Student is beginning to refine and develop technical and performance skills. Student is developing the ability to adapt and apply technical / performance skills in different ways. Student is exploring how to communicate ideas through dance.
BEGINNING_With support, student can refine technical and performance skills. With support, student can apply technical and performance skills in different ways. Student may need guidance in communicating ideas through dance.
COMMUNICATE & DOCUMENT (gr. 8-12) Includes: The process of choreography, dance quiz in small groups, performances, and competitions
DANCE CURRICULAR COMPETENCY & LEARNING STANDARDS
EXCELLING_Student excels at choreographic work that connects movement vocabulary, performance skills and other dance concepts learned to date. Student excels at collaborating with peers during creative processes. Student excels at creating personally meaningful bodies of artistic work that demonstrates an understanding and appreciation of social, cultural, environmental, and/or historical contexts.
ACHEIVING_Student creates choreographic work that connects movement vocabulary, performance skills and other dance concepts learned to date. Student is collaborating with peers during creative processes. Student is creating personally meaningful bodies of artistic work that demonstrates an understanding and appreciation of social, cultural, environmental, and/or historical contexts.
DEVELOPING_Student creates choreographic work that makes some connections to movement vocabulary, performance skills and other dance concepts learned to date. Student is developing the skills to collaborate with peers during creative processes. Student is developing the skills to create personally meaningful bodies of artistic work that demonstrates an understanding and appreciation of social, cultural, environmental, and/or historical contexts.
BEGINNING_With support student creates some choreographic work that attempts to connect movement vocabulary, performance skills and other dance concepts learned to date. Student is beginning to collaborate with peers during creative processes. Student is making some effort to create personally meaningful bodies of artistic work that attempts to demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of social, cultural, environmental, and/or historical contexts.
CONNECT & EXPAND (gr.9-12) Includes: Student warm-ups, choreographies, and music edits
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EXPLORING & CREATING: Describe your attitude towards learning new styles of dance and exploring movement through improvisation. How have these activities improved your skills as a creative mover?
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REASONING & REFLECTING: Recall some of the constructive feedback you have received throughout the course. In what way did this feedback help you to improve your skills as a dancer?
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COMMUNICATING & DOCUMENTING: In what ways, were you able to adapt and apply your technical/performance skills to adjust to a change in circumstances (ie. new performance spaces, technical difficulties, a change in music, dancers missing at the time of performance, mistakes made onstage etc)?
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