presenting a learned sequence of movements or performing simple dances, individually or as a group, to classmates, teachers and parents
expressing ideas to an audience through movement, for example, showing contrasting dynamics by stamping heavily and tip-toeing lightly, or using movement qualities such as slow controlled sinking to the floor to express melting ice and sharp jerky movement to express a robot
Considering viewpoints – meanings and interpretations: For example – What did this dance make you think about? Did the dance movements remind you of anything? How are you communicating the ideas or intention in this dance?
exploring the movements in dances with representatives of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, for example, creating movements that represent animals from their region
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures
using expressive skills to engage the audience, for example, looking out to audience and using facial expression