#ScopeVlog 045: Dancing With Confidence in #PhysEd
by Joey Feith
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Things I mentioned in this episode:
I got the idea for using the “Pop See Ko” dance from the K-2 Dance Module by OPEN.
For the Just Dance videos, I just search for different gameplays on YouTube.
Here are some teachers you should check out on YouTube to find inspiration for your dance units:
Here are the SHAPE America Grade-Level Outcomes that each of my grades focused on through our dance units:
- Combines locomotor and non-locomotor skills in a teacher-designed dance. (S1.E5.1)
- Moves in self-space and general space in response to designated beats/rhythms. (S2.E1.1)
- Performs a teacher and/or student-designed rhythmic activity with correct response to simple rhythms. (S1.E5.2)
- Combines shapes, levels and pathways into simple travel, dance and gymnastics sequences. (S2.E2.2)
- Combines locomotor skills in general space to a rhythm. (S2.E1.2)
- Performs teacher-selected and developmentally appropriate dance steps and movement patterns. (S1.E5.3)
- Employs the concept of alignment in gymnastics and dance. (S2.E4.3a)
- Combines balance and weight transfers with movement concepts to create and perform a dance. (S1.E12.3)
- Combines locomotor skills and movement concepts (levels, shapes, extensions, pathways, force, time, flow) to create and perform a dance. (S1.E11.3)
- Demonstrates correct rhythm and pattern for one of the following dance forms: folk, social, creative, line, or world dance. (S1.M1.6)
- Identifies how self-expression and physical activity are related. (S5.M5.6)
- Recognizes individual challenges and copes in a positive way, such as extended effort, asking for help or feedback, or modifying the tasks. (S5.M3.6)
Thanks for watching and happy teaching!
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