Social Dance Technique I

Course: Social Dance Technique I
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Margarida da Conceição de Jesus Moura Fernandes

Objectives:To know and to reproduce national traditional dances and of other countries;
To structuralize musical phrases with common standardized movements to the national and international traditional dances;
To structuralize basic phrases of movement of motor, rhythmic and space repertoire of national and international traditional dances;
To conceive and to interpret sequences of choreographic creation accordingly to the underlying principles of the national and international traditional dances;
To adapt phrases of movement to space, rhythm, dynamics and relationships;
To structure movement phrases from contents of developed technique given in class;
To collect, analyse, reproduce and transcribe traditional choreographic repertoire;To relate and adaptable musical accompaniments to the sequences of choreographic studies and to different choreographic traditional forms;
To observe, to analyze and to appreciate of choreographic composition according to innovation and originality
Contents:The contents focus on the analysis and study of traditional, national and international, repertoires, namely:
-The fundamental elements and specific terminology.
-The chains of movement and choreographic composition sequences.
-The analysis dimensions in learning techniques: Body, Space, Rhythm and Interrelationships.
-The standardized steps and variants to the standard steps.
-The structural dimension (composition), the spatial dimension and the rhythmic motor dimension.
-The music. Specific musical accompaniments and adaptable accompaniments to the proposed themes and ideas (choreographic composition).
-The role of the body as technical and expressive agent.
-The communication strategies to specific dance forms worked.
-The relationships (with yourself, with the pair as the pair contrary, with the other, with the group and with the public).
-The choreographic composition in a group situation through clues preestablished by the teacher.
Evaluation:The model of continuous assessment focuses on the evolution (E), the apprehension and mastery of technical and artistic contents: Theory (T), practical reproduction (P), and working group choreographic composition (WG).
The final mark corresponds to the weighted average: 20%T+20%E+30%P+30%(WG). The student is approved with a final score exceeding 9.4 v.
The final evaluation model includes theoretical and practical exam about program contents. The end result is the arithmetic average of both. The student is approved for more than 9.4.
Bibliography:Bailey, M. L. (1991). International folk dances. In AIESEP/NAPEHE International folk dance and games workshop proceedings, 63-95. Atlanta: AIESEP/NAPEHE.
Harris, J.A., Pittman, A.M., & Waller, M.S. (1994). Dance a while: Handbook of folk, square, contra, & social dance (7th ed.). New York: Macmillan College Publishing Company
Kerr, K. A. (1993). Analysis of folk dance with LMA – based tools: A doorway to the world. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 64 (2), 38-40.
Portuguese folkdances
Moura, M. (2014). Danças e coreografias tradicionais. Documentação de Apoio. SGA-TDS I, FMH
Moura, M. (2007). Da tradição dançada à escrita da tradição. In Dança em Contextos Educativos. Eds: Margarida Moura e Elisabete Monteiro. FMH edições, 107-121
Moura, M. (2007b). Coreografia tradicional: princípios de composição. In Dança em Contextos Educativos. Eds: Margarida Moura e Elisabete Monteiro. FMH edições, 167-178
Zamora, A. (1995). Danzas del Mundo. Madrid: Editorial CCS
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