A Dance Presentation

Instructional Activity with UbD as its framework

Activity 1: Let’s Dance… A Dance Presentation

This activity shall engage the students to master the basic steps through a creation of a simple routine using the learned steps and movements. Their performance shall be assessed using the criteria on correct, execution, form, and coordination.


  1.  groups into 12 to 18 students per group.
  2. choose leader and committee to prepare all the necessary materials, props, costume, and music needed for the mini-folk dance production.
  3. review and practice the whole dance of their groups.
  4.  use the elements of movement, space, and choreography to make presentations creative, artistic and unique.
  5. use improvised costume, props, and accessories.
  6. the following criteria/rubrics

Rubrics on Dance Presentetion:
  • Performance
  • Choreography
  • Costume and Props
  • Audience Impact

(mastery of the steps, showmanship, dynamism, projection, grace and poise, timing and coordination)
(blocking, transition from figure to another, formation, floor pattern, alignment)
Costume and Props
(authenticity and usefulness) 
Audience Impact
(reaction and responses of the audience) 

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Meshlei Severino said...

thanks a lot to our mapeh teacher because she gave us a chance to perform in emall during the mapeh culminating activity.. i'm so grateful because even though we haven't done our best during our presentation in the classroom, she still believed that we can do it..

Divina Lamosa I - RUBY said...

`i`ts really wearing costumes in flok dancing.. its also really fun dancing Folk dance... Although we did not make through to cULMINATING IN EMALL.. BUT WERE STILL HAPPY FOR IT... GO! GO!

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