- DNCE 2B (Ballet II) students will be able to execute intermediate ballet techniques.
- DNCE 2B-2 (Ballet II) students will be able to define intermediate ballet terms.
- DNCE 4 (Choreography) students will expand their theoretical and historical knowledge in the field of choreography.
- DNCE 4 (Choreography) students will be able to present basic choreographic forms and compositional design.
- DNCE 24 (Dance Production) students will learn the basic elements of technical production.
- DNCE 24 (Dance Production) students will learn the basic elements of concert production.
|Dance Teaching Methods
- To experience and develop dance pedagogy applicable in ballet, jazz and modern dance.
- To develop and write lesson plans in ballet, jazz and modern dance.
- Students will be able to present a comprehensive portfolio that includes lesson plans, teaching analogies and personal responses that chronicle the process of becoming a successful dance teacher.
- Students will be able to assemble a comprehensive job portfolio that includes a cover letter, resume and business card template.
|History and Appreciation of Dance
- DN-T 20 (History and appreciation of Dance) students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the chronological overview of western theatrical dance from the Renaissance period to the present.
- DN-T 20 (History and appreciation of Dance) students will gain an appreciation of dance as a performing art.
- Identify a chronological overview of theatrical dance from renaissance court to present time.
- Identify major artists of dance periods.
- Analyze dance in film and live performance.
- Compare and contrast classical and contemporary periods of theatrical dance.
- Assess the cross-cultural influences that have shaped theatrical dance.
- DNCE 33 (Improvisation) students will be able to execute the 5 energies of improvisation.
- Students will demonstrate partner and group awareness through performance of improvisational partner exercises.
- DNCE 14 B (Jazz II) Students will be able to execute intermediate jazz dance technique.
- DNCE 14B (Jazz II) students will be able to define intermediate jazz dance terms.
- Students will demonstrate understanding of cardinal planes of motion and corresponding axes of rotation.
- Students will demonstrate understanding of the 3 classes of levers.
- DNCE 12B course completers will be prepared to represent Mt. SAC at an outside performance.
- DNCE 12B (Modern II) Students be able to execute intermediate modern dance techniques.
- DNCE 35 (Repertory) students will learn intermediate/advanced performance skill through the participation in the Repertory Dance company.
- DNCE 35 students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements of Repertory Concert Production.