20 August 2024 - 25 August 2024 9:30am - 5:30pm

Summer 2024 - Introduction to Advanced 2

Introduction to Advanced 2

The Introduction to the Advanced 2 (female) Syllabi Teachers’ course is a two day practical course in which participating teachers will gain a greater understanding of the content of the Advanced 2 (female) syllabi level.

Aims:

This course aims to give those attending a greater knowledge of the content and deeper understanding of the appropriate development required for success in the teaching of this syllabi level.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course participants should understand the:

  • Aims of the syllabi
  • Learning outcomes and assessment criteria
  • Choreographic content
  • Guidelines on how to further develop technique, artistry, musicality and creativity in students in relation to the content of the examination
  • Teaching methods appropriate for the delivery of these syllabi
  • Advice on preparation and procedures

Content outline/draft schedule

The course is two days long. Each day timing will be determined by the Tutor however the schedule will loosely run as follows:

  • Morning – three hours including 15 minute break
  • Lunch break one hour
  • Afternoon – three hours including 15 minute break

The content will include:

  • Study of each exercise and enchaînement
  • Discussion relating to the construction of free enchaînement
  • Study of development exercises in preparation for variations

 Optional/Recommended Preparation:

Participants should watch the DVD prior to the commencement of the course and read through the course guidelines for teachers, which can be downloaded from the website.

Introduction to Advanced 2

The Introduction to the Advanced 2 (female) Syllabi Teachers’ course is a two day practical course in which participating teachers will gain a greater understanding of the content of the Advanced 2 (female) syllabi level.

Aims:

This course aims to give those attending a greater knowledge of the content and deeper understanding of the appropriate development required for success in the teaching of this syllabi level.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course participants should understand the:

  • Aims of the syllabi
  • Learning outcomes and assessment criteria
  • Choreographic content
  • Guidelines on how to further develop technique, artistry, musicality and creativity in students in relation to the content of the examination
  • Teaching methods appropriate for the delivery of these syllabi
  • Advice on preparation and procedures

Content outline/draft schedule

The course is two days long. Each day timing will be determined by the Tutor however the schedule will loosely run as follows:

  • Morning – three hours including 15 minute break
  • Lunch break one hour
  • Afternoon – three hours including 15 minute break

The content will include:

  • Study of each exercise and enchaînement
  • Discussion relating to the construction of free enchaînement
  • Study of development exercises in preparation for variations

 

Optional/Recommended Preparation:

Participants should watch the DVD prior to the commencement of the course and read through the course guidelines for teachers, which can be downloaded from the website.

 

Key Information

Level Time Duration Fee
Advanced 2 9:30am - 5:30pm 16hours RAD RTS $250
Faculty of Education Student $125
Non RTS Teacher $300

Who can attend?

Course is open to all teachers – RAD RTS and Non Members.

Dartmouth, NS

Monday August 19 – Tuesday August 20                                         Coastal Dance

REGISTER HERE

 

 Edmonton, AB

Friday August 23 – Saturday August 24                      Edmonton School of Ballet

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How to apply

You might also be interested in :

Advanced 1 & 2 Variations workshop at the RAD Canada/SunDance Teacher’s Seminar in Toronto

OR

Introduction to Advanced 1 in Saskatoon, Edmonton and Vancouver.