AQA GCSE Dance Teacher Guide by Pam Howard, Anne Percival
  

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AQA GCSE Dance Teacher Guide by Pam Howard, Anne Percival

The AQA GCSE Dance Teacher's Guide has been written to support the best-selling textbook by Pam Howard. The textbook has been completely updated for the new specification for AQA for 2009. Particular emphasis has been placed on support for the new set works and styles of dance required for this specification. The guide comes with a CD-ROM which will include all the worksheets and teacher's notes to print out plus a DVD including an array of video clips of students dancing the key dance styles which can be used for deeper analysis. The teacher's notes will give ideas for how to use the videos in lessons. Plus a bank of photos used throughout the textbook which can be used on a projector for deeper analysis and discussion This supporting teacher's guide includes: - detailed teaching notes for help with integrating the set works in to lessons, - basic information all set works, - advice for assessing and moderating and implementing the specification, - worksheets and activities - answers for all the questions and tasks set in the textbook The teacher's guide has been written to support AQA GCSE Dance Textbook (2nd edition) (978 0340 986622)

About the Author

Pam Howard MBE is a highly experienced dance teacher, who has taught for over thirty years to students and teachers. She has worked in partnership with various dance companies. She was awarded an MBE in 2002 for services to dance and education.

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Format

Spiral bound
Contains Spiral bound and DVD-ROM and CD-ROM
120 pages

Author

Pam Howard, Anne Percival
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Publisher

Philip Allan Updates an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

28th August 2009

ISBN

9780340990940


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