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Theme

Year Level

Dance


Grade 5/6

Unit Learning Objectives: For students to develop a sense of rhythm, improve coordination and to draw an association with dance as a mean of healthy living and fitness. As well as student seeing how other cultures view dance and perform it.

Children with

SEN/Medical

Conditions

NO

Wider Curricular Opportunities: Group work, communication skills, planning skills, timing



Duration

of Lesson

1 hour

Prior Learning and Experience: From watching the Olympics. Some students might dance outside of school ( use these students skills to help the teaching process for other students)

Lesson

Structure

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

. Lesson 5


Lesson 6

Lesson 7


Lesson 8

Lesson 9

Lesson 10

Topic of

Lesson

Aerobic

dance


Aerobic

dance


Aerobic

dance


Aboriginal

dance


Aboriginal

dance


Creative

dance


Creative

dance


Creative

dance


Group dance

Assessment



Group dance

Assessment



Lesson

Objectives

Steps Learning

Steps Learning

Step Revision

Learn other reason for dance

Learn other reason for dance

Music & Movement interpretation


Music & Movement interpretation

Music & Movement interpretation with balls

Team, organisation and story telling

Team, organisation and story telling and performing


Warm Up

Steal from the Orchard

King Ping

King Ping






Steal from the Orchard

King Ping

Croc hunter


Team Dance Trivia




Introduction

Aerobic Circuit

(30 sec station)

Steps


*Easy step

*Grapevine

*Knee bend

*Lunge


*Shoulder roll

*Step left

*Step right


Aerobic Circuit

(30 sec station)

Steps


*Double step

*Butt kick

*Piston punch

*Scissor jump

*Twisting knee lift

*Wax on Wax off



Team Dance Trivia
Aerobic relay

*Easy step

*Grapevine

*Knee bend

*Lunge

*Shoulder roll


*Step left

*Step right

*Double step

*Butt kick

*Piston punch

*Scissor jump

*Twisting knee lift

*Wax on Wax off. (Team members will have a list of dances to follow. One person will run up read instruction and deliver it to there team)


Short Movie

Showing some aboriginal dance moves and how they tell stories through dance.



Croc hunter

(incorporate dance moves from last week, refer attached game rules)

Excursion

Koorie Trust

295 King St
Melbourne VIC  3000


Phone 03 8622 2600

Fax 03 9602 4333

Email info@koorieheritagetrust.com

Web http://www.koorieheritagetrust.com

* looking at aboriginal dance, with guest speakers and work shops for the kids.

Music interpretation students interpret movements from music of different speeds. Eyes open, closed, lying down, standing.


4 count body movement. Students move on a drum beat, on the forth beat students should be in there impression of the object. Eg, a shape or animal

Extension fast 8 beat movements



Rhythm Balls

Refer to landy and landy, P117



In groups of 5 students are to develop a dance.

* this dance can focus of aboriginal story telling, creative interpretation or aerobic dance.

* Students can select music and make new step up.


Development


Aerobic relay
Aerobic dance. Using above steps Refer to lesson plan.

Pass the step Ball relay.

Students spread in a line from one side of the hall to the other.

Teacher choose a combo dance (from the steps above)

First team member performs the dance and passes the ball to the next in line.

They do the same until the ball is back at the start and everyone has done the dance twice.

Aerobic dance. Using above steps Refer to lesson plan.


Aerobic dance. 13 step combo

Fill in game

Steal from the Orchard



Dance Stations

*Kangaroo

*The Hunter

*Emu


*The sun god

*Possum


*Fire place
Story telling

Students in groups. Each group is given a different story. Using the dance step learnt, above, they have to create and re tell a story.





Mirror movements, in pairs students mirror partners movement with music.
Movement conversation. In pairs students hold a conversation by using movements not speaking to the counts 4 8 or 16


Frozen state, In groups of 5 students start at one end of the room and with 4 8 16 beats move across the room and freeze

Rhythm Balls Routine

Refer to landy and landy, P118


Criteria

* ability to works with others to develop and perform a dance.

* appropriate choice of music and movements

* Displayed a level of story telling.

*presented in a professional manner and showed evidence of planning




Conclusion


Cool down

Group circle stretch and H20.



Cool down

Group circle stretch and H20.



Cool down

Group circle stretch and H20.



Cool down

Group circle stretch and H20.






Cool down

Group circle stretch and H20.



Cool down

Group circle stretch and H20.



Cool down

Group circle stretch and H20









Resources

  • Aerobic dance steps (Fitness Upper Primary, Achper, p37 – 63)
  • Creative dance games (PE Activities, Rhythms and Dance, landy and landy)


  • http://www.ozoutback.com.au/postcards/postcards_forms/abor_dance_1/

  • Koorie Trust,295 King St Melbourne VIC  3000, Phone 03 8622 2600 , Fax 03 9602 4333 , Email info@koorieheritagetrust.com ,Web http://www.koorieheritagetrust.com

  • 3 dances [videorecording] IMPRINT [Lindfield, N.S.W.] : Film Australia for the Commonwealth Dept. of Aboriginal Affairs, 1978. CALL # 793.31994 8.

  • Dancing in the moonlight [videorecording] / producers, Trevor Graham, Sharon Connolly ; director, Trevor Graham ; assisted by Department of Aboriginal Affairs. IMPRINT Melbourne : Produced by Yarra Bank Films in association with Townsville Aboriginal & Islander Media Association ; Australian Film Institute [distributor], 1988. CALL # 793.3191823 1.

  • Shake-a-leg [videorecording] : profiles of 4 Aboriginal dancers. IMPRINT [Sydney] : Media Production Unit, NSW Dept. of School Education, for the Aboriginal Education Unit, 1993. CALL # 782.8092294 1




Statutory Requirements(CSF2)

Health of individuals and populations

4.2 Plan and implement strategies to promote personal and environmental health and safety.

Describe the ways in which people define their own and others’ identities.

4.2 Describe the ways in which people define their own and others’ identities.


Movement and physical activity

4.1 Perform motor skills proficiently in complex skill development activities.

4.2 Identify strategies to encourage involvement in physical activity.

Assessment Criteria


Group Dance Criteria

  • Ability to works with others to develop and perform a dance

  • Appropriate choice of music and movements

  • Displayed a level of story telling.

  • Presented in a professional manner and showed evidence of planning

Participation

  • Showed a level of participation by attempting all tasks or choosing not to participate.

Coordination

  • Displayed a level of coordination whilst attempting and completing dance moves



High



Medium


Low


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