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A Level Performing Arts Year 13

Year 13 PERFORMING ARTS

Term of Study

Topic Covered

Assessments

Autumn Term

Unit will be selected from the list below according to the cohort demands, skills and interest…

  • Classical Ballet Technique
  • Tap Dance Technique
  • Jazz Dance Technique
  • Street Dance Technique
  • Contemporary Dance Technique
  • Interpreting Classical Text for Performance
  • Acting Styles
  • Developing the Voice for Performance
  • Improvisation
  • Movement in Performance
  • Musical Theatre Techniques
  • Variety Performance

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

60 Guided Learning hours

  • Assessment content per unit demand

Spring Term

  • Unit 3: Group Performance Workshop
  • Explore and integrate creative, physical and vocal skills and techniques
  • Working collaboratively to create a performance in response to a given stimulus
  • Understand how to interpret and respond to stimulus for a group performance
  • Develop and realise creative ideas for a group performance in response to stimulus
  • Apply personal management and collaborative skills to a group performance workshop process
  • Apply performance skills to communicate creative intentions during performance workshop
  • Review and reflect on the effectiveness of the working process and the workshop performance

EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT

PRACTICAL & WRITTEN EXAM –

MAY/JUNE

120 Guided Learning hours

  • The supervised assessment period will be completed in five hours, during these five hours the student must complete a written log of 4 milestone stages in the devising process, alongside presenting a final performance

  • In groups that consist of a minimum of three and a maximum of seven members, learners will respond to the stimulus and develop the performance workshop for an invited audience.

  • The group workshop performance will last between 10 and 20 minutes

  • Learners will submit a digital process log completed at four milestone stages during the development process

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