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K to 12 ARTS AND DESIGN

TRACK
Creative Industries II
Performing Arts
RONNIE B. MIRABUENA
Mass Training for SH Arts and Design
Track
May 18-30, 2016

CONTENT
DIFFERENT
DANCE FORMS
IN THE

CONTENT PERFORMA LEARNING


STANDAR
NCE
COMPETEN
D
STANDARD
CIES

Demonstrates
knowledge
and
understanding
PHILIPPINES
of the
1. Precolonial
different
Philippine
dance forms
Dance
performed in
(Suggested
the
teaching material: Philippines
Pangalay using
the Amilbangsa
Instruction
Method)
2. Regional
Philippine Dances
3. Luzon (ilocos):
occupational
dances such as
Dinnaklisan
(fishing),
Binatbatan
(weaving);
4. Visayas

Performs a 5-10
minute dance
with wellexecuted dance
steps, artistry,
proper music
and costume

1 identifies the
historical
background, the
traditional dress
and music of
the dance
2. executes
basic stance,
forms, positions
and contextual
meaning of the
dance

CODE

21st Century Skills


4 Cs through Dance Education
>Creativity and Innovation
>Critical Thinking and Problem
Solving
>Communication
>Collaboration

Teaching Strategies
>Active learning
>Experiential Learning - learning by
Doing
>Contextual Teaching
>Inquiry-guided learning
>Learner-centered teaching
>Discussion strategies
>Lecture-Demonstration strategies
>Direction Readers
Source: Merlot Pedagogy Portal
Dance Instructional Strategies Rowan University

Motor Learning
Process
1.Perception attention and observation
2. Execution replication
3. Feedback knowledge of results/
performance and additional explanation
4. Repetition further practice
Watching and doing should be the main
teaching strategy

Source: International Association for Dance Medicine and Science

Activities
>Dance Literacy History and
Culture
>Dance Literacy Critical and
Creative Thinking
>Dance Making Skills and
Techniques
>Dance Making Choreographic
Principles and Processes

ABSTRACTION
(discussion of content)

Folk dance refers to


the dances created
and performed
collectively by the
ordinary people.
- Corazon G. Inigo -

Our folk dances are related in origin to


everything of importance in our daily lives at a
given time on our history stemming from customs,
beliefs, emotions, and events related to religion,
war, occupation, ceremonies of birth, courtship,
marriage, domestic life, rituals and festivals. In his
dances, the Filipino reflects his spirit --- his love
for
merriment,
his
religiosity,
his
superstitiousness, his fatalism, his love of
ceremony, his joy of living and his love for
showing off.
- SALOD DATUC -

Tinikling - This is the most


popular and best known
of the Philippine dances
and once honored as the
Philippine national dance.
The dance imitates the
movement of the tikling
birds as they walk
between grass stems, run
over tree branches, or
dodge bamboo traps set
by rice farmers. Dancers
imitate the tikling bird's
legendary grace and
speed by skillfully
maneuvering between

Folk dance includes the ff:


dances of ethnolinguistic
groups
regional dances
national dances
- Corazon G. Inigo -

Pre-colonial Philippine Dance


Ritual dances connect the material
world to the spiritual
life-cycle dances celebrate an
individual's birth, baptism, courtship,
wedding, and demise
Occupational dances transform
defense and livelihood activities to
celebratort
performances
Source: CCP Encyclopedia for Dance

Regional Philippine Dances


> Mrs. Francisca Reyes Aquino
documented ethnic and folk dances
> proliferation of regional dances
> representative dances from the regions
Source: Sarmieto, R.F. (2008). Pantomina,
Catandunganon Version: Choreographing
Identity and the Politics of Dance in Insular
Bikol

FOLK DANCE IN DIFFERENT CONTEXTS


Cultural performances
>Dugso
>Caao
>Inagta
>Buklog
Standardized Folk Dance
>codified system
>definitive structured forms
>development of movement vocabulary
Staged Folk Dance
>artistic expression
>for aesthetic and entertainment
>creative/choreographed folk dance, creative Phil dance,
urban katutubo, among others

Cultural performances are


characterized as scheduled events, set up
and prepared for in advance, temporally
and spatially bounded in temporarily or
permanently marked-off grounds, and
programmed with a structured program of
activity. Furthermore, performances are
coordinated public occasions, open to view
by an audience and to collective
participation.

DEVELOPMENT OF PHIL. FOLK


DANCE
The

regional and traditional dances in their


unchanged forms

The stylization and theatricalization of folk dances


contemporary/modern dance and/or classical
ballet forms expressing themes based on
traditional or other materials
Contemporary Filipino folk dances, created in the
style and manner of traditional, regional folk
dances
Source: Tuklas Sining: Discovery Through the Arts

Out of the village, into


the schools, onto the
theater---and back to
the village
Source: Tuklas Sining: Discovery Through the Arts

To dance is human and


humanity almost universally
expresses itself in dance. Hannah (1987)
Dance is cultural behavior in that a
peoples values, attitudes, and beliefs
partially determine the conceptualization
of dance as well as its physical
production, style, structure, content, and
performance . - Ferraro (2008)

SUGGESTED

ACTIVITIES

Dance Literacy History and


Culture

Culture Mapping a process


of collecting, recording,
analyzing, and synthesizing
information in order to describe
the cultural resources, networks,
links and patterns of usage of a
given community or group.

Dance Literacy History and Culture


1. Let the students do a culture mapping
exercise focusing on the ff:
a. indigenous groups
b. ethnic dances
c. musical instruments
d. costume and accessories
2. Facilitate an interactive discussion
based on the given exercise. This will
allow students to have a wider idea on
the cultural background by identifying

STRATEGY: Inquiryguided learning

Dance Making Skills and


Techniques
Let the students explore movement possibilities by
using some of the basic steps, arm/hand
movements, and positions found in the ethnic dance
in their area. A lecture-demonstration can be
provided via an instructional video to facilitate a
better learning environment among the students.

Characteristics of Cordillera Dances


arm/hand positions and gestures are
portrayal of the vast geographical location.
imitation of the movements of the bird.
most steps and movements go downward to
express affinity with the closeness to earth.

FAITH IN GOD

Bahala na literally means come


what may or let it be.
comes from the word BATHALA,
an ancient Tagalog word referring to
the God who created and sustains
everyone and everything.

STRATEGY: LectureDemonstration

Weight

Performance
40%

Mastery and
Execution of
Steps
30%

Characterization
and behavior during
performance
30%

Outstanding

Skillful

Sophisticated

Dynamic

Competent

Expressive

Creative

Practitioner

Realistic

Fair

Apprentice

Improving

Static

Novice

Mechanical

Rubric for Dance Performance

Dance Making Skills and


Techniques
1. Show to the class the instructional video with a
demonstration on the correct execution of the
fundamental positions of feet and arms
2. Point out that correct knowledge and execution of
the fundamental positions are important to the skill
and technique development in folk dance
Source: Instructional video on ASEAN Traditional
Dance: Philippines

Dance Literacy Creative and Critical


Thinking
Features

Jota

Pandanggo

Nature

Props/Dance
Properties
Time Measure

Music Length

Classification of Western-Influenced Dance


Forms and its Salient Features

Paseo

STRATEGY: Critical
Thinking

- END
MARAMING SALAMAT!