EEH102 - The Art and Science of Movement
2014 unit information
|Enrolment modes:||Trimester 2: Burwood (Melbourne), Waurn Ponds (Geelong)|
|Cohort rule:||(For students enrolled in course E377 only)|
|Unit chair:||L Shuck|
|Contact hours:||5 hours of contact per week|
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This unit uses dance and gymnastics to explore the science and art of movement education and performance skills. Inclusivity and critical analysis are used to explore both the theoretical and practical perspectives. Through dance and gymnastics seminars students investigate how to structure a safe learning environment that includes mutual respect, support, inclusivity and co-operative participation in health and physical education. Emphasis is also placed on student understanding of skill progression, sequence and transfer in dance, gymnastic and foundation skills. In small groups, students research health issues and investigate the role of creativity and communication in production of a movement piece. Through research and discussion, students develop and apply knowledge and understanding of key themes explored through participation in practical activities. This is achieved through teacher modelling, student observation, discussion and participation in the seminars.
Task 1: 25% 1000 words Gymnastics review and reflective journal. In small groups students use video evaluation and review to demonstrate how to teach gymnastics skills. This will also involve safety measures and a skills analysis format.
Task 2: 25% 1000 words Dance review and reflective journal. Devise a set of problem-solving dance activities using Task Cards based on assessment tasks.
Task 3: 30% 1200 words Dance and Gymnastics Collaborative Performance. Performance of a dance and gymnastic collaborative routine that explores a health related issue. This includes researching one of the following health issues; body image, substance use and abuse, gender, identity, violence, and discrimination and disability.
Task 4: 20% (800 words) Review of the concept of learning ‘in and through’ movement. Using their experiences in classes and the latest research on the value of learning through movement students will use ICT to reflect, analyse and report on the development of confident and competent movement.
Pamela Anderson Sofras (2006) Dance Composition Basics, Capturing the Choreographer’s Craft. Human Kinetics. Champaign, IL, U.S.A.
O’Dea, J. (2007) Everybody’s Different. Camberwell, ACER Press.
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