AQA GCSE Dance Student's Book by Maggie Clunie, Liz Dale, Lyn Paine


AQA GCSE Dance Student's Book by Maggie Clunie, Liz Dale, Lyn Paine

The AQA GCSE Dance student book has a real focus on tracking individual progress, you can improve your students' chance of exam success through a unique blend of print and online resources. Encourages students to develop skills, knowledge and understanding of performance, safe dance practice, choreography and critical appreciation. Helps students approach the written paper and controlled assessment with confidence, with material focused on the 10 prescribed professional works. Differentiated activities to encourage group, paired and individual work.

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136 pages


Maggie Clunie, Liz Dale, Lyn Paine
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Publication date

12th June 2009



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