All the possible GCSE Dance Anthology exam questions readily made with appropriate marks.
This can either be used by teachers to guide students on what to expect and prepare for in the exam, or this also works as a great revision tool. This provides students with independence during revision as they are able to select/design their own questions to complete.
A colouring activity sheet that allows students to create their own revision on the lighting grid used in A Linha Curva.
A great resource for understanding the lighting as well as a helpful revision tool.
This detailed worksheet supports and guides students through all of the choreographic elements when creating their own choreography for their GCSE.
The worksheet allows students to record their progress and decisions, which will later support them when writing their programme notes. This will also allow students to work through all the areas covered within the choreography task.
30 differentiated lift cards from the GCSE Dance professional work, Within Her Eyes. These lift cards guide students through the safe execution of each lift to enable them to have a deeper understanding of the movement content and choreographic devices within this work.
These cards are fun, engaging and are suitable for a wide range of practical abilities.
A selection of differentiated lucky dip cards that include actions, dynamics, motif developments (consisting of choreographic devices and relationships), formations, spatial pathways and direction developments.
These cards can be used as a support resources, as well as a challenge and extension task. These cards can also be used as a revision tool.
Three different quiz wheels that work to quiz students to list/discuss the choreographic elements, the physical skills, technical skills, expressive skills, mental skills and safe practice skills as well as discuss the key elements from the anthology works.
This is a great for a revision tool, as well as a quick and easy assessment resource.
A fun and engaging revision tool that allows students to revise their knowledge and understanding of the choreography definitions.
Complete with a make your own bingo card, 4 already existing bingo cards and a supporting powerpoint for this activity.
This differentiated motif development circuit supports and challenges students to develop a motif using action developments, dynamic developments, spatial developments and relationship developments.
This circuit is suitable for KS3 & KS4 students and can be applied/used for any dance lesson.
This differentiated Hip Hop circuit explains and describes the background and key features of the six different Hip Hop styles used within the professional work Emancipation of Expressionism.
This circuit will enable students to create their own motif using these styles. A great resources for developing students understanding of the movement content within this professional work.
These checklists cover all of the skills used within the duet/trio and set phrases, as well as all of the areas covered within choreography. These checklist are great for self and peer assessment as well as supporting students to categorise each skills to the appropriate area.
The anthology checklist gives an overview of the constituent features within each work and allows students to be able to RAG their knowledge and understanding. This checklist works great as a revision and exam preparation tool.
A differentiated task booklet that coaches students through a range of netball rules to enable students to correctly umpire a netball match.
A useful booklet that works well for a non-participants, as well as a support and challenge resource.
Speed dating/revision cards that prompt students to discuss their knowledge and own interpretation of the anthology works, as well as the choreographic elements, physical skills, technical skills, expressive skills, mental skills and safe practice skills.
A great revision tool as well as a quick and easy assessment resource.
These worksheets are designed for three consecutive lessons. They enable the non-participant to choreograph, plan and advertise their own dance film using a range of key dance skills that support the GCSE Dance specification.
This resource works as a visual aid for students to piece together the constituent puzzle pieces for each professional work.
This can be used piece by piece to track the progress made throughout each anthology work or just as a visual display to remind students of the constituent features.