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1 PLANNING & TRACKING Shuters Also available for download from TOP CLASS Creative Arts Grade 7 PHOTOCOPIABLE OS CUSTOMER SERVICES THIS SERIES IS ALSO AVAILABLE AS E-BOOKS Tel: +27 (0) / 22 / 23 Fax: +27 (0)

2 Creative Arts Grade 7 TERM 1 DANCE 1 DANCE PERFORMANCE Trust me 1.2 Building an obstacle course 1.3 Trust trial Trust while supporting weight Correct posture and alignment 1.6 Warm up creatively Strength and flexibility: feet and legs Strength and flexibility: spinal warm-up Strength and flexibility: joint mobility: knee bends and rises Transference of weight from side to side 1.11 Small jumps 1.12 Locomotors Cooling down with safe slow stretching DANCE IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION Exploration of shape in space 2.2 Shape movement sequence 2.3 Adding pathways DANCE THEORY AND LITERACY 3.1 Discussion 3.2 Dance Terminology Reference Sheet TG - P4 LB - P2 TG - P5 LB - P4 TG - P5 LB - P4 TG - P6 LB - P5 TG - P6 LB - P6 TG - P7 LB - P8 TG - P8 LB - P10 TG - P9 LB - P11 TG - P9 LB - P12 TG - P10 LB - P13 TG - P11 LB - P14 TG - P12 LB - P15 TG - P13 LB - P16 TG - P16 LB - P20 TG - P17 LB - P21 TG - P18 LB - P22 TG - P20 LB - P24 TG - P20 LB - P24 2

3 TERM 2 DANCE 4 DANCE PERFORMANCE Spinal warm-up continued Strength and flexibility: feet and legs Strength and flexibility: hip swings Strength and flexibility: knee bends and rises with small jump Strength and flexibility: abdominal and spinal strengthening 4.6 Arm swings 4.7 Body-part isolations Jumps 4.10 Turns Transference of weight forward and backward Locomotor movement sequence Cooling down with relaxation and slow stretching while sitting DANCE IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION Exploring dynamics in your locomotor movement sequence Exploring relationships in your locomotor movement sequence DANCE THEORY AND LITERACY 6.1 Written test TG - P24 LB - P27 TG - P24 LB - P29 TG - P25 LB - P30 TG - P25 LB - P32 TG - P26 LB - P32 TG - P26 LB - P33 TG - P27 LB - P34 TG - P28 LB - P35 TG - P28 LB - P37 TG - P29 LB - P37 TG - P29 LB - P39 TG - P31 LB - P40 TG - P32 LB - P42 TG - P32 LB - P43 TG - P35 LB - P48 3

4 TERM 3 DANCE 7 DANCE PERFORMANCE Arm reaches, swings and lunges Combining spinal roll, arm stretches, swings and lunges Strength and flexibility: floor work 7.4 Body-part isolations 7.5 Brushes 7.6 Adding kicks for leg extension 7.7 Jumps, landing on one leg 7.8 Locomotor turns 7.9 Locomotors 7.10 South African dance steps South African dance sequence Cooling down with leg stretches, lying down DANCE IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION Exploring ideas, moods and thoughts using different stimuli 8.2 Eye contact and eye focus DANCE THEORY AND LITERACY How movement conveys meaning Identifying different dance forms Dance terminology reference sheet update TG - P39 LB - P50 TG - P40 LB - P52 TG - P40 LB - P53 TG - P41 LB - P54 TG - P41 LB - P55 TG - P42 LB - P57 TG - P43 LB - P58 TG - P43 LB - P58 TG - P44 LB - P59 TG - P44 LB - P61 TG - P46 LB - P63 TG - P47 LB - P64 TG - P48 LB - P65 TG - P49 LB - P67 TG - P51 LB - P69 TG - P51 LB - P70 TG - P55 LB - P73 4

5 TERM 4 DANCE 10 DANCE PERFORMANCE Rolling on the floor Performing a group dance study DANCE IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION Composition based on a South African picture, photograph or theme DANCE THEORY AND LITERACY Written examination (Exemplar) TG - P58 LB - P75 TG - P58 LB - P76 TG - P60 LB - P79 TG - P62 LB - P87 5

6 TERM 1 DRAMA DRAMATIC SKILLS 1 DEVELOPMENT 1.1 Tense and release TG - P68 LB - P Breathe it out TG - P69 LB - P Feel the vibrations TG - P70 LB - P Sounding it out TG - P71 LB - P Shake it out TG - P72 LB - P Mirror, mirror on the wall TG - P73 LB - P Group mirrors TG - P73 LB - P Born to be wild! TG - P73 LB - P Follow my leader TG - P74 LB - P102 DRAMA ELEMENTS IN 2 PLAYMAKING 2.1 Creating a play TG - P76 LB - P Creating a picture TG - P79 LB - P Shaping the plays TG - P80 LB - P Decide on the space TG - P81 LB - P Rehearse and Rehearse! TG - P81 LB - P Performance TG - P82 LB - P Reflection activity TG - P83 LB - P Class discussion TG - P83 LB - P Critical reflection TG - P83 LB - P113 3 CAREERS 3.1 Performance careers TG - P84 LB - P114 6

7 TERM 2 DRAMA DRAMATIC SKILLS 4 DEVELOPMENT 4.1 Roll it down TG - P87 LB - P Paper puff TG - P87 LB - P Back-to-back vibrations TG - P88 LB - P Release your face! TG - P88 LB - P Slave! Chief! Warrior! TG - P89 LB - P Class mirror TG - P90 LB - P The four elements TG - P92 LB - P Who started it? TG - P93 LB - P126 5 INTERPRETATION AND PERFORMANCE: FOLK TALE OR CHORAL VERSE 5.1 Who will be who? TG - P94 LB - P Finding the narration TG - P94 LB - P Using your voices TG - P96 LB - P Now for the body TG - P96 LB - P Now move TG - P96 LB - P Use your face TG - P97 LB - P Use your eyes TG - P97 LB - P Piece the character together TG - P97 LB - P Add the sounds TG - P98 LB - P Create the scene TG - P98 LB - P Rehearse, rehearse TG - P98 LB - P Perform your folk tale TG - P99 LB - P Self-reflection TG - P99 LB - P139 7

8 TERM 2 DRAMA 5.14 Find a poem TG - P100 LB - P Divide the lines TG - P100 LB - P Using your voices TG - P101 LB - P Using your bodies TG - P101 LB - P Listening and responding TG - P102 LB - P Rehearse, rehearse TG - P103 LB - P Perform! TG - P103 LB - P Self-reflection TG - P104 LB - P148 6 CAREERS 6.1 Creative drama careers TG - P104 LB - P148 8

9 TERM 3 DRAMA DRAMATIC SKILLS 7 DEVELOPMENT 7.1 Under the sea TG - P108 LB - P Ha, ha, ha, ha! TG - P108 LB - P Hummmmmmmm TG - P109 LB - P Work your mouth TG - P110 LB - P Zap! Zoom! Screech! TG - P110 LB - P Can you trust me? TG - P111 LB - P Follow the action TG - P112 LB - P Add to the story TG - P112 LB - P Leading body parts TG - P113 LB - P Funny walks TG - P114 LB - P162 DRAMA ELEMENTS IN PLAYMAKING: 8 CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT 8.1 Wear a hat! TG - P114 LB - P How do you move? TG - P115 LB - P How do you talk? TG - P115 LB - P Introduce yourself TG - P116 LB - P At the shops TG - P116 LB - P The long wait TG - P117 LB - P At the beach TG - P117 LB - P Perform the character TG - P118 LB - P What are the elements? TG - P119 LB - P Can you see the elements? TG - P120 LB - P170 9

10 TERM 3 DRAMA 8.11 Creating the event TG - P121 LB - P171 9 CAREERS 9.1 Supporting drama as a profession TG - P121 LB - P172 10

11 TERM 4 DRAMA DRAMATIC SKILLS 10 DEVELOPMENT TG - P Warm it up LB - P175 INTERPRETATION AND 11 PERFORMANCE: FOLK TALE OR CHORAL VERSE Folk tale or choral verse information Peer performance and reflection 11.3 Rehearsing for performance 11.4 Perform 12 CAREERS Related fields of drama 12.1 study TG - P124 LB - P177 TG - P126 LB - P179 TG - P126 LB - P180 TG - P126 LB - P180 TG - P127 LB - P180 11

12 TERM 1 MUSIC 1 MUSIC LITERACY Class discussion 1.2 Demonstrate your skills 1.3 Hum and feel the vibrations Musical note spelling using the letters of the musical alphabet Draw the keys of a piano and fill in the natural note names 1.6 Copy the treble clef Complete the bars to four beats Clapping, playing or drumming the rhythms 1.9 Notating 1.10 Follow the score while listening to music 1.11 Sing or play the songs using tonic sol-fa 2 MUSIC LISTENING Music listening PERFORMING AND CREATING MUSIC Playing and singing the notes Performing music - The National Anthem of South Africa Make your own percussion instrument Performing a selection of music Make up your own graphic score and perform your composition 3.6 Clapping and/or drumming 3.7 Clapping and/or drumming question and answer TG - P134 LB - P185 TG - P134 LB - P185 TG - P135 LB - P186 TG - P137 LB - P189 TG - P138 LB - P190 TG - P139 LB - P191 TG - P140 LB - P194 TG - P140 LB - P194 TG - P141 LB - P195 TG - P142 LB - P198 TG - P143 LB - P199 TG - P144 LB TG - P146 LB TG - P147 LB TG - P148 LB TG - P149 LB TG - P149 LB TG - P150 LB TG - P151 LB - 208

13 TERM 2 MUSIC 4 MUSIC LITERACY 4.1 Recognising the pitch in the treble clef 4.2 Pitch and dotted notes 4.3 Clapping and/or drumming Sight-singing the songs using 4.4 tonic sol-fa 5 MUSIC LISTENING Listening to live or recorded 5.1 music Follow the score 5.3 Listening to the music elements PERFORMING AND CREATING MUSIC 6.1 Sing the round Performing a selection of music Compose a song using a graphic score 6.4 African drumming 6.5 Compose a short melodic phrase 6.6 Create your own music TG - P153 LB - P214 TG - P154 LB - P215 TG - P155 LB - P215 TG - P155 LB - P216 TG - P156 LB - P218 TG - P157 LB - P221 TG - P157 LB - P221 TG - P159 LB - P223 TG - P160 LB - P226 TG - P160 LB - P227 TG - P161 LB - P228 TG - P161 LB - P228 TG - P162 LB - P228 13

14 TERM 3 MUSIC 7 MUSIC LITERACY 7.1 Copy the bass clef 7.2 Name the notes in the bass clef 7.3 Notate in the bass clef 7.4 Notate the following 7.5 Sight-singing melodic phrases using tonic sol-fa 7.6 Playing or clapping polyrhythms 8 MUSIC LISTENING 8.1 Listening to live or recorded music 8.2 Creating your own sound picture PERFORMING AND 9 CREATING MUSIC 9.1 Performing a selection of music 9.2 Compose a song using a graphic score 9.3 African drumming 9.4 Create your own music 9.5 Performing a sound picture TG - P165 LB - P233 TG - P166 LB - P235 TG - P166 LB - P236 TG - P167 LB - P236 TG - P167 LB - P237 TG - P168 LB - P238 TG - P169 LB - P239 TG - P170 LB - P239 TG - P171 LB - P240 TG - P171 LB - P241 TG - P172 LB - P242 TG - P172 LB - P242 TG - P173 LB - P243 14

15 TERM 4 MUSIC 10 MUSIC LITERACY 10.1 Notating in treble and bass clef with various note durations 10.2 Duration and addition Clapping and/or drumming the rhythms Sight-singing melodic phrases using tonic sol-fa Clapping or drumming polyrhythms 10.6 Notating 11 MUSIC LISTENING 11.1 Analyse an instrument of your choice 11.2 Listening to live or recorded music Create a graphic score PERFORMING AND CREATING MUSIC 12.1 Extending your vocal range Performing a selection of music Compose a song using a graphic score 12.4 African drumming 12.5 Playing from graphic scores 12.6 Composing 12.7 Create your own music TG - P176 LB - P247 TG - P177 LB - P248 TG - P177 LB - P249 TG - P178 LB - P250 TG - P178 LB - P251 TG - P179 LB - P252 TG - P180 LB - P253 TG - P181 LB - P254 TG - P182 LB - P254 TG - P183 LB - P255 TG - P183 LB - P256 TG - P184 LB - P256 TG - P184 LB - P257 TG - P185 LB - P257 TG - P185 LB - P258 TG - P186 LB - P258 15

16 TERM 1 VISUAL ARTS CREATE IN 2D: SMALL 1 OBJECT DRAWING 1.1 Walk the pencil TG - P191 LB - P Lining up TG - P192 LB - P Toning up TG - P193 LB - P Developing a light touch TG - P193 LB - P A slice of life TG - P194 LB - P Arranging, talking and listening 1.7 Drawing it all together VISUAL LITERACY: STUDYING AFRICAN MASKS AND LOCAL CRAFTS 2.1 Finding local craft 2.2 African masks and local craft 2.3 Discussing local craft 2.4 Picture perfect CREATE IN 3D: MASK MAKING 3.1 Shaping your heritage 3.2 Constructing a face VISUAL LITERACY: COMPARING SCULPTURES OF MUSICIANS 4.1 Sculptors past and present CREATE IN 3D: MODEL YOUR OWN MUSICIAN IN CLAY 5.1 Modelling 5.2 Banding together TG - P195 LB - P269 TG - P195 LB - P270 TG - P196 LB - P271 TG - P197 LB - P272 TG - P197 LB - P272 TG - P198 LB - P274 TG - P200 LB - P277 TG - P201 LB - P278 TG - P202 LB - P281 TG - P202 LB - P282 TG - P203 LB - P283 16

17 TERM 2 VISUAL ARTS CREATE IN 2D: SCRAPERBOARD STILL 6 LIFE OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Understanding musical instruments through drawing 6.2 Digging in 6.3 Cutting it fine 7.1 VISUAL LITERACY: MEANING AND SYMBOLISM IN PAINTINGS OF STILL LIFE Meaning and symbolism in art CREATE IN 2D: PAINT A STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS 8.1 Colour-coded 8.2 Flower power 8.3 Colourful cacophony VISUAL LITERACY: RESEARCHING CRAFTS AND CRAFTERS IN SOUTH AFRICA 9.1 Looking at crafts 9.2 Follow the artist 9.3 Writing it up 9.4 Show and tell TG - P206 LB - P288 TG - P207 LB - P288 TG - P208 LB - P289 TG - P209 LB - P292 TG - P211 LB - P294 TG - P212 LB - P295 TG - P213 LB - P296 TG - P215 LB - P298 TG - P216 LB - P298 TG - P217 LB - P299 TG - P217 LB - P300 17

18 TERM 3 VISUAL ARTS CREATE IN 3D: A HOLDER 10 FOR A CELL PHONE 10.1 Under cover TG - P222 LB - P VISUAL LITERACY: FINDING OUT ABOUT BUILDINGS 11.1 Buildings as heritage TG - P224 LB - P Homework TG - P225 LB - P Buildings TG - P226 LB - P CREATE IN 2D: MONOCHROMATIC COLOUR IN COLLAGE 12.1 Building blocks TG - P227 LB - P Paper-cut collage TG - P228 LB - P314 CREATE IN 2D: OBSERVATIONAL 13 DRAWING: SMALL OBJECTS IN WET MEDIUM 13.1 Looking at life TG - P230 LB - P315 18

19 TERM 4 VISUAL ARTS FORMAL ASSESSMENT 14 PROJECT (3 STAGES) Drawing in charcoal (stage 1) Drawing in charcoal (stage 2) Drawing in charcoal (stage 3) 14.4 Writing it up CREATE IN 3D: CRAFT SKILLS 15.1 Animal magic 15.2 Tower power 15.3 Measuring up TG - P234 LB - P320 TG - P235 LB - P321 TG - P236 LB - P322 TG - P237 LB - P323 TG - P239 LB - P327 TG - P239 LB - P328 TG - P240 LB - P328 19

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