KS3 Dance: Year 9 Bundle (New for 2018-2019)

KS3 Dance: Year 9 Bundle (New for 2018-2019)

KS3 Dance: Year 9 Bundle This bundle includes all the Year 9 schemes of work that will be taught during the 2018-2019 academic year. Breathe - 6x60min lessons Choreography - 12x60 min lessons Shift - 6x60min lessons (alternative SOW) Please see individual resources for more information.
samjball
Stage Types

Stage Types

This resource is a PowerPoint where on each slide is a stage type: thrust stage, end on stage, in the round and traverse stage. I have printed (A3) and laminated each slide to display in my dance studio. I refer to the stage types at KS3 when asking pupils to sit in the audience, ready for a class performance/assessment. “Year 7, take your places in the audience of a thrust stage.” This is also really useful to use as an aid for class management. At KS4, the display acts as a revision aid.
samjball
GCSE Dance Glossary

GCSE Dance Glossary

This resource is for teachers of GCSE dance. With the help of the online AQA glossary, I have created a excel document with 3 tabs: Choreography, Performance and Appreciation. I have printed and laminated each tab (A3) to use as posters in my dance studio. My dancers find these posters really helpful to refer to in class.
samjball
KS4 GCSE Dance Year 10 Summer Holiday Homework

KS4 GCSE Dance Year 10 Summer Holiday Homework

This resource is for teachers of GCSE Dance. I gave this homework to my Year 10 dancers just before the Summer break as a revision tool to prepare them for Year 11. Most of the information in this resource has been taken from the AQA website (video links and Glossary).
samjball
KS3 Dance Year 8 ‘Gumboot Dance’ New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint

KS3 Dance Year 8 ‘Gumboot Dance’ New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint

This ‘Gumboot Dance’ New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint is for teachers teaching KS3 dance (ideally in year 8). This is a new and improved version of my previous ‘Gumboot Dance’ resource. With this resource comes much improved starter activities emphasising on dance skills and terminology, a fresh look PowerPoint, YouTube Clips and research tasks. Purpose: This SOW explores the History and evolution of South African Gumboot dance. Pupils will gain and develop basic dance appreciation skills through watching clips of Gumboot dancing and ‘“Gumboots” Through the eyes of Michael Moloi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yX1E-Zb-fY which will lead into discussions about the History of the style in relation to actions, space, dynamics and relationships. Props are introduced from lesson 4 and inspiration on how to use them is drawn from Stomp the Musical. Pupils will gain and develop basic performance and choreography skills through working as a whole class to perform set Gumboot rhythms using unison, repetition and action and reaction. Working in small groups, pupils are encouraged to be creative and are allocated time to experiment and improvise choreographic ideas with their groups resulting in a group performance of their Gumboot choreographies that include a prop. Pupils will have the opportunity to view each other’s work and provide feedback to improve their own and other’s work. This SOW also provides pupils with research homework tasks to promote independence and research skills needed at KS4. Includes: Detailed 6 lesson (60 min lessons) SOW with: aims, learning outcomes, time scale, resources, key words, level descriptors, lesson calendar, lesson objectives, starter activities (bell tasks), main activities, skills, assessment for learning, differentiation and homework. 6 lesson (60 min per lesson) delivery PowerPoint with: lesson objectives, starter (bell activities), main tasks, talking points, success criteria, YouTube clips, level descriptors etc.
samjball
KS3 Dance Year 8 ‘Objects as Stimulus’ 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint

KS3 Dance Year 8 ‘Objects as Stimulus’ 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint

This ‘Objects as Stimulus’ resource is an alternative resource to my previous ‘Artificial Things’ resource. The difference between the 2 resources is that ‘objects as Stimulus’ can be taught to pupils at KS3 who will progress to either GCSE or BTEC at KS4. Whereas my previous ‘Artificial Things’ resource was aimed at KS3 pupils who would progress to GCSE only. With this resource comes much improved starter activities emphasising on dance skills and terminology, a fresh look PowerPoint, a game that develops creativity within choreography tasks and a cover work exercise just in case you need to set cover in your absence. Purpose: This challenging SOW has been designed to encourage pupils to use their imagination and apply their creativity at the same time as developing their dance skills. Choreography skills are homed in on in this SOW, as pupils are given an object as a stimulus (the snow globe) and taught how to create motifs that can be later on developed to create a dance that is entertaining to watch. Later on in the SOW, pupils choose their own object as a stimulus to create and develop their own motifs into their own choreographies. Throughout the choreography tasks, dance appreciation is explored through questioning why pupil’s motifs relate to their object stimulus and what actions, space, dynamics and relationships they have used. Although choreography is the main focus of this SOW, performance skills are not forgotten. Performance skills are referenced and developed alongside choreography skills. Pupils will have the opportunity to view each other’s work and provide feedback to improve their own and other’s work. Includes: Detailed 6 lesson (60 min lessons) SOW with: aims, learning outcomes, time scale, resources, key words, level descriptors, lesson calendar, lesson objectives, starter activities (bell tasks), main activities, skills, assessment for learning, differentiation and homework. 6 lesson (60 min per lesson) delivery PowerPoint with: lesson objectives, starter (bell activities), main tasks, talking points, success criteria, games, level descriptors etc. 1 lesson cover work worksheet exercise.
samjball
SquareLeg Sport KS3 Dance SOW & PPT

SquareLeg Sport KS3 Dance SOW & PPT

A detailed 6 lesson KS3 Dance SOW and accompanying PPT that explores dance actions through sport. The professional work ‘SquareLeg’ is used to explore cricket motifs.
Gill231
Non-doer worksheet for all sports

Non-doer worksheet for all sports

A worksheet designed to allow non-doers complete their own learning objectives related to the lesson objectives of peers that can take part in lessons, by taking on different roles and communicate their learning in a structured way.
zan91
Gymnastics rolls - forward roll, backward roll , log and egg roll differentiated teaching cards

Gymnastics rolls - forward roll, backward roll , log and egg roll differentiated teaching cards

Reciprocal teaching cards for forwards rolls, backward rolls, log rolls, egg rolls and variations on rolls. Full differentiated with clear illustrations and instructional points. Progressive, guided task students can complete independently and self differentiate. Perfect for a lesson on rotation or rolls. The skills are differentiated by colour (blue = stage 1, gold=stage 2, red=stage 3, purple=stage 4) Blue skills in this pack include: Log roll Egg roll and variation Rocking backward and forward Disk rocking Gold skills include: Log roll variations Egg roll variations Tucked forward roll Tucked backward roll Red skills include: Forward roll to straddle Backward roll to straddle Backward roll to pike Forward and backward roll start and finish variations (available free here) Purple skills include: Piked forward roll Piked backward roll with straight arms Backward roll to handstand with straight arms The resource has: Clear editable text instructions (the font is fully embeded) Clear high quality illustrations An assessment level (old national curriculum levels 3-6) Check out my other gymnastics resources here
MissEHoney
Gymnastics rolls - Forward and backward roll entrance and exit task card (routines/sequences)

Gymnastics rolls - Forward and backward roll entrance and exit task card (routines/sequences)

Help your students to think creatively when linking agilities such as balances, forward rolls and backwards rolls by varying the start and ending positions. Progressive, guided task students can complete independently and self differentiate. Perfect for a lesson on rotation, forward rolls or routines. Any more able students you could get to independently find their own! Includes: Clear editable text instructions (the font is fully embeded) Clear high quality illustrations An assessment level (old national curriculum level 5) Need teaching cards for rolls? Check out my resource here Check out my other gymnastics resources here
MissEHoney
4 Dance lessons - Chocolate Making

4 Dance lessons - Chocolate Making

Four creative dance lessons covering the key steps in the process of chocolate making. Lesson 1 covers the pods growing on the trees & how they are harvested and fermented. Lesson 2 looks at drying, transporting & roasting. Lesson 3 looks at the winnowing process Lesson 4 covers grinding, mixing & refining the chocolate. Each lesson gives the children endless opportunities to decide how they will respond to the tasks which makes the lessons very inclusive of different abilities and levels of experience, whilst requiring the teacher to simply set the tasks (verbally) & give feedback. There are opportunities for team working and for groups to observe and give feedback. These lessons are very much written with the non specialist in mind, they are in a clear step-by-step format with hints along the way, they also include a suggestion for music that will suit, but please feel free to add your own choice.
clairepring
Gymnastics lesson plan - Rotations (year 7 lesson 2)

Gymnastics lesson plan - Rotations (year 7 lesson 2)

Gymnastics lesson plan - rotations. This is a comprehensive lesson plan on rotations in gymnastics. This lesson is most suitable for students on their first unit of gymnastics (year 7). The lesson includes: Warm up Prior learning The 3 axis of rotations and examples Independent/teacher led tasks AFL Objectives and levels Organisational points This lesson was created to save time for busy teachers and is made so teachers with little gymnastics experience can teach it just as well as those with lots. You should be able to teach a lesson with minimal preparation and I made these so in most cases they can be just picked up and taught. All lessons have levelled outcomes. The levels are the old national curriculum levels 3-8 however they are easily editable and changeable to your own assessment levels. Each lesson has assessment levels, diagrams, differentiation , clear teaching points, clear task explanations and afl opportunities. This lesson should provide enough tasks for lessons of 40 minutes and above. It follows on from my gymnastics lesson 1- basic shapes(free) . Which you can also use to assess the quality of my work. I also have task cards for rotations which will go really well with this lesson and can be purchased as a bundle here and a free variations in rolls task card here. Check out my other gymnastics resources here
MissEHoney
MINIBEASTS

MINIBEASTS

This bundle includes a dance pack of five lessonsfor KS1, and a poem on PPT describing nine minibeasts. Minibeast Poem: This is an 11 stanza, rhyming poem about nine minibeasts. Each stanza is about a different minibeast but doesn’t give away which on it is. The stanza is then followed by a stunning photograph of the minibeast. The poem is presented as a 22 slide PPT presentation, with each verse being mounted on a background photograph. There is also a written version of the poem. This poem would be ideal for teaching basic facts about minibeasts. This poem is different to the one used in the dance lessons. Minibeasts Dance: This is a pack of five dance lessons based on minibeasts, for K.S.1 children. The first four lessons focus on a different minibeast, and the fifth lesson brings all of the minibeasts together into a dance. Lesson 1: Spider - this uses the movements of a spider and the shape of its web, and includes group work Lesson 2: Bee - this uses the movements of a bee and the shape of it’s hive, and includes group work Lesson 3: Ladybird - this uses the movements of a ladybird and includes pair work Lesson 4: Butterfly - this uses the movements of a butterfly, looks at symmetry and includes pair work Lesson 5: Minibeast Dance - this brings together all of the minibeasts into one big class dance, to music The lessons are supported by a 14 slide power point presentation. The pack also includes a poem. Each lesson uses a verse of the poem.
RhymeRockRole
KS3 Dance Year 7 ‘Rock and Roll’ New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint

KS3 Dance Year 7 ‘Rock and Roll’ New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint

This ‘Rock and Roll’ New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint is for teachers teaching year KS3 dance (ideally year 7 after teaching ‘Intro to Dance’). This is a new and improved version of my previous ‘Rock and Roll’ resource. With this resource comes much improved starter activities emphasising on dance skills and terminology, instructions of how to perform the rock and roll actions, a fresh look and different YouTube clips. Purpose: This is a fun and energetic SOW designed for pupils to have fun while learning performance, choreography and appreciation skills through the Rock and Roll dance style. Pupils will gain and develop basic performance skills through working in pairs to perform a set 16 count hand jive and other Rock and Roll actions: gallops, turns, pancake roll, spring back steps and a side lift. Working in their pairs, students will gain and develop basic choreography skills through the creation of their own 16 count hand jive and their own rock and roll sequence that includes a lift. Appreciation skills are weaved through the SOL during discussion tasks for example, after watching YouTube clips of other dancers performing in a rock and roll dance style. Structure heavily features in this SOW as the completed Rock and Roll dance is structured in a rondo form. Within lessons 3 to 6 there is a strong emphasis on safety when performing lifts as this is the first SOW where pupils will be introduced to lifts. Throughout the SOW pupils will have the opportunity to view each other’s work and provide feedback to improve their own and other’s work. Includes: Detailed 6 lesson (60 min lessons) SOW with: aims, learning outcomes, time scale, resources, key words, level descriptors, lesson calendar, lesson objectives, starter activities (bell tasks), main activities, skills, assessment for learning, differentiation and homework. 6 lesson (60 min per lesson) delivery PowerPoint with: lesson objectives, starter (bell activities), main tasks, talking points, success criteria, YouTube clips, level descriptors etc.
samjball
KS3 Year 7 'Intro to Dance' New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint

KS3 Year 7 'Intro to Dance' New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint

This ‘Intro to Dance’ New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint is for teachers teaching dance at the beginning of Year 7 (or whenever dance is first introduced in your school). This is a new and improved version of my previous ‘KS3 Introduction to Dance’ resource. With this resource comes much improved starter activities emphasising on dance skills and terminology, a fresh look and an additional cover work exercise just in case you need to set cover in your absence. Purpose: This SOW is to be taught right at the beginning of Year 7. Lesson 1 is designed to inform pupils of the dance studio rules and what to expect from their secondary school performance lessons. Throughout this SOW, pupils will gain and develop basic performance skills through working as a whole class to perform a teacher taught phrase that consists of the different dance body actions: jump/elevation, turn, gesture, stillness/balance, travel and transfer of weight. Working in small groups, students will gain and develop basic choreography skills through the creation of their own phrase using the knowledge gained through the performance task and will have the opportunity to view each other’s work and provide feedback to improve their own and other’s work. Throughout this SOL there is an emphasis on safety in the dance studio where pupils will develop knowledge and understanding of basic health and safety requirements for dance. Includes: Detailed 6 lesson (60 min lessons) SOW with: aims, learning outcomes, time scale, resources, key words, level descriptors, lesson calendar, lesson objectives, starter activities (bell tasks), main activities, skills, Assessment learning, differentiation and homework etc. 6 lesson (60 min per lesson) delivery PowerPoint with: lesson objectives, starters (bell activities), main tasks, talking points, success criteria, level descriptors etc. 1 lesson cover work worksheet exercise.
samjball
Health Related Fitness

Health Related Fitness

This easy to use Health Related Fitness resource comprises seven lessons that will improve physical fitness, develop an appreciation of key muscle groups in the body, and challenge pupils to perform at their best whether that be as an individual or as part of a team. Pupils will also challenge their team work, communion, resilience, and decision-making skills throughout these lessons. Lessons are mainly structured around the use of playing cards and dice making them easy to deliver and familiar for the children. All lessons are clearly structured and contain extension activities, as well as pictures for each exercise that can be displayed as a PowerPoint Presentation or as handout for the pupils. This resource can easily be used as a scheme of work or tailored for shorter units, individual lesson, fitness testing, or even extra-curricular activities.
MrRiley_PE
Gymnastics Assessment Primary

Gymnastics Assessment Primary

Here are 3 Primary School Phase assessment sheets which use the new (2014) National Curriculum objectives. Some objectives have been added to create a broader and more diverse range of targets. A quick and easy way of tracking progress and skills for every student in the Primary Phase. Easy tick list objectives and a more detailed explanation of each objectives for teachers with limited gymnastics knowledge. ALL 3 sheets included: KS1, Lower KS2 and Upper KS2. Word Documents that can be edited.
MRICH502
Gymnastics Jumps - Pike (teaching task card and animated example)

Gymnastics Jumps - Pike (teaching task card and animated example)

This is a teaching card for how to perform a Pike Jump in gymnastics, with illustrations and teaching points. The text is editable for your own customisation. Also included is an illustrated GIF of the pike jump - which can be put onto a powerpoint slide and shown to students as a perfect model (no more teacher or student demonstrations required) Please be aware while you may use the GIF and teaching card in your own classroom, you do not have permission to create your own resources from them and put them on the internet. Click Here for my other Gymnastics resources.
MissEHoney
Dance analysis table

Dance analysis table

An analysis table for student to complete for any professional they are learning. Table has sections for movement components, physical setting and aural setting and asks students to DESCRIBE what they see/hear in the first column and the ANALYSE in the second column.
kddance
Images from each section of SUTRA by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui

Images from each section of SUTRA by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui

I have collated images from each section of Sutra (images just found online/screenshots from piece) I find them useful as a starter task/revision task to get students to put in correct order, and then write a summary of constituent features under each image. Images of mixed quality and obviously need cutting out, but images under correct section :)
kddance
Limon lesson plan

Limon lesson plan

A detailed lesson plan with clear differentiated LO’S, clearly written movement phrases to teach and creative tasks for students to complete. Using Limon’s piece ‘Transfiguration’ as a basis for developing movement material.
kddance
Peer assessment sheet - WWW/EBI for Dance choreography

Peer assessment sheet - WWW/EBI for Dance choreography

Useful peer assessment sheet for student to fill in and give feedback to their peers. Boxes for them to complete specific feedback for What Went Well and Even Better If. Sheet also suggests some helpful hints, supporting low ability students.
kddance
AKRAM KHAN A-level Dance ICDS

AKRAM KHAN A-level Dance ICDS

PPT with information, links to videos and tasks for students to complete. Powerpoint includes information on AKRAM KHAN, DESH + CHOTTO DESH to suppport lessons on the ICDS area of study. Powerpoint also includes slides on the essay question ‘How does Akram Khans works reflect the characteristic features of the ICDS’ with model PEE paragraph.
kddance
Checklist for A2 Dance revision- Rambert/Rooster/ICDS/Sutra

Checklist for A2 Dance revision- Rambert/Rooster/ICDS/Sutra

Checklist for A-LEVEL DANCE revision. Outlines what students need to ensure they have revised in preparation for their written exam. Rambert/Rooster/ICDS/Sutra. Rambert practitioners- NORTH. ALSTON + BRUCE ICDS practitioners - KHAN + BOURNE Cherkaoui’s works- Sutra, Puz/zle, Babel + Zero Degrees
kddance
Perfect by Motionhouse SOW. Resource pack+ 3 2hr lesson plans+ set phrase and creative tasks.

Perfect by Motionhouse SOW. Resource pack+ 3 2hr lesson plans+ set phrase and creative tasks.

Dance resources Perfect by Motionhouse Clear resource pack for students to work through and analyse the professional work. 3 detailed lesson plans with differentiated opportunities and LO’s. Grade 1 standard. Set phrase inspired by the professional work- clearly written out with clear specific counts. Creative task sheet- using Accumulative CANON to create group movement phrase using choreographic intent/stimuli of Perfect.
kddance
Gymnastics assessment Levels matrix for KS3

Gymnastics assessment Levels matrix for KS3

A assessment matrix for KS3 gymnastics on one powerpoint slide- It is currently set up for old nations curriculum levels 3-7 BUT can be edited to suit your own schools assessment model. Included are assessment criteria for: Performance skills Rolls/jumps Balances Linking movements composition apparatus vaulting The compositional aspects mentioned are available here Need other gymnastics resources? Click here
MissEHoney
Body Mechanics

Body Mechanics

A full specification for Unit 19: Sports Analyis and Unit 6: Biomechanics of BTEC Level 3 Sport study programme with all resources to teach the whole subject, including; unit content powerpoints, multiple activity resources, and question of sport games.
nbishop7
L3 BTEC Sport Unit 19: Sports Analysis

L3 BTEC Sport Unit 19: Sports Analysis

A full specification for Unit 19: Sports Analysis of BTEC Level 3 Sport study programme with all resources to teach the whole subject, including; unit content powerpoints (8 lessons) and multiple activity resources (6 worksheets).
nbishop7
L3 BTEC Sports Science Unit 6: Biomechanics

L3 BTEC Sports Science Unit 6: Biomechanics

A full specification for Unit 6: Biomechanics of BTEC Level 3 Sport Science study programme with all resources to teach the whole subject, including; unit content powerpoints (7 lessons) and multiple activity resources (3 worksheets).
nbishop7
Compositional aspects of gymnastics sequences/routines

Compositional aspects of gymnastics sequences/routines

This is one powerpoint slide on what is needed to compose a gymnastics routine. It is fully editable and I have embeded the font into the powerpoint. Suggestions for use: At the beginning of a unit so students know how much goes into a routine After students have “finished” their routine - film students/get another student to watch and focus on one aspect then improve that aspect before moving onto the next As a whole group in a sequence lesson - concentrate on one aspect at a time Give to higher ability students before they start their routines so they can work all the aspects in when they are creating their routine Give to no doers so they can evaluate and improve other students work This is the compositional aspects I have mentioned in my assessment criteria sheet. Need other gymnastics resources? Click here
MissEHoney
SEASONS POEMS

SEASONS POEMS

This pack includes 11 original poems about spring and autumn. Autumn: This is a pack of six poems - spanning both key stages - using autumn as the stimulus. Autumn - a rhyming poem about the transition from autumn to winter Yes, Yes, Yes It Is! - a non-rhyming question and answer poem about autumn Friend or Foe? - a rhyming poem about Halloween which can be written in three different ways Crackle! Spit! - a rhyming poem with a pattern, about Bonfire Night. There are two accompanying dance lessons for K.S.1 with this poem Bonfire Night - a non-rhyming poem which can be written in a straightforward way, or as calligrams We Dare You To! - a rhyming poem about the dangers of playing with fireworks, and also the issue of wanting to fit in. This has an accompanying Y5/6 drama lesson The pack includes general activities to do with the poems, as well as specific activities for the individual poems. There is a 40 slide PPT presentation to support the activities. Spring: This is a pack of five poems about Spring. Each poem is accompanied by a full lesson. Lesson 1. Umbrella Chant - a choral chant, performance poem Lesson 2. Spring Acrostic - a non-rhyming acrostic poem (includes a framework) Lesson 3. A Tale of Spring - a rhyming list poem (includes a framework) Lesson 4. Golden One - a non-rhyming descriptive poem (includes a format) Lesson 5. Yes, Yes, Yes It Is! - a non-rhyming question and answer poem (includes a framework) All lessons are supported with power point slides and resources
RhymeRockRole
DANCE FOR KS1

DANCE FOR KS1

Five packs of dance lessons for KS1 (23 lessons in total). Fairy Tales (three lessons for Y1) Minibeasts (five lessons for Y1/2) The jungle & the Rainforest (five lessons for Y2) Toys (five lessons for KS1) Weather (five lessons for KS1) These five packs would sort out your KS1 dance curriculum for a whole term! Lessons are very detailed and resource sheets are included. Music recommendations are made where required.
RhymeRockRole