Advanced-beginning level.Continued development of all beginning areas. Expansion of ballet vocabulary. Prerequisite: either DANCE 201 or DANCE 202.
Spring 2014 Hannah C. Wiley Office hours: Wednesdays, 12:30 – 1:30 and by appointment email@example.com Course Rules
- Do not bring personal belongings into the studio - No food or beverages in studio except water - No street shoes in studio - No mobile phones in studio - Do not come to Meany Hall if you are sick
To request academic accommodations due to disability, please contact Disabled Student Services, 448 Schmitz, 206.543.8924 (V/TTY). If you have a letter from Disabled Student Services indicating that you have a disability that requires academic accommodations, please present the letter to an instructor so we can discuss the accommodations you require.
Student learning goals
• Develop skills in rhythmic and movement/composition analysis. • Understand and practice risk-taking.
• Think analytically, comparatively, and contextually.
• Understand and expand their creative and artistic potentials.
• Engage in a variety of self-assessment and reflective practices that encourage life-long learning.
• Understand basic principles of dance teaching methodologies and dance science as applied to technical and aesthetic development.
• Develop an awareness of the extent of one's personal responsibility toward his/her own learning process and social contribution.
• Develop kinesthetic awareness and use of the body as a mode of understanding and expression.
General method of instruction
Class assignments and grading
- Attendance at the M.F.A. concert (ticket stub with your name on it turned in no later than the last day of classes) - Lively participation in each class - Change in reaction to crits