Cyber_Bullying.ca

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Subject: 
Dance
Drama
Course Name: 
Grade 7 Dance, Drama, and Critical Literacy
Panel: 
Intermediate
Abstract: 
Students develop skills in drama, dance and critical literacy through an exploration of the topic of cyber-bullying. The unit begins with an exploration of communication in a digital age. By the end of the unit, students will understand how electronic forms of communication can be used with intention to harm or with intention to have a positive and powerful impact.

A Cause for Applause

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Subject: 
Dance
Course Code: 
ATC4E
Course Name: 
Grade 12 Dance, Workplace
Panel: 
Senior
Abstract: 
The organized shifts within this unit take the students from an internal study, to the connection with a fellow peer, to a small group dynamic, to the realm of media and to the surrounding community. They will learn and experience the ways in which their dance artistry contributes to the betterment of society.

Investigating Body and Space

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Subject: 
Dance
Course Name: 
Grade 2 Dance
Panel: 
Primary
Abstract: 
Beginning with an exploration of everyday gestures and pathways in space, students have the opportunity in this unit to create dances that begin simply and become more complex as the unit progresses.

Introducing Creative Dance

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Subject: 
Dance
Course Name: 
Grade 1 Dance
Panel: 
Primary
Abstract: 
Touching on nearly every expectation in the grade 1 dance curriculum, students explore locomotor (traveling) and non-locomotor (on-the-spot) movement, the creation of a variety of body shapes, growing and shrinking movements, and using dance to express emotion.

Tap Dance - Focus Course Profile

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Subject: 
Dance
Course Code: 
ATT3M
Course Name: 
Grade 11 Tap Dance, College/University Preparation
Panel: 
Senior
Abstract: 
This course provides an in-depth study into the history of tap dance, technique and etiquette.

African Dance - Focus Course Profile

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Subject: 
Dance
Course Code: 
ATF3M
Course Name: 
Grade 11 African Dance, College/University Preparation
Panel: 
Senior
Abstract: 
With the number of countries in Africa (54 countries) and the several different cultural practices, languages, religions and people within each country this course provides only an introduction into the various African Dance forms. Students will learn about different dance forms from various parts of Africa as well as the choreographic process.

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