ACHF Arts Education
Students will perform West African drumming and dance which demonstrates skills in musicality, spatial use and expressivity as well as culture. It will be measured by observation of participants during the residency and performance. Data will be recorded on said participation. Student letters written to each other will track their learning. 2: Participants in the residency will have an opportunity to improve skills in working well with others. They will reflect on feedback from each other. At each session students are given the chance to give compliments to fellow participants on what they have done well. The artists give feedback as well.
As observed in their practice and performance students learned skills in music and culture. Student participation was excellent and their letters reflected the good learning in music and culture. 2: As observed at practice and performance, participants worked well with each other. Although not much direction was needed in this area as there was so much enthusiasm for being in the group, the positive feedback given at the end of practice was icing on the cake as far as having a wonderful environment at practice.
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