- Unit 1 - Theory, Knowledge and understanding of performance and choreography and the ability to recognise the significance of the outcome (own work and professional repertoire) are central to this unit.The study of professional repertoire underpins the candidate’s study of choreographic approaches, processes,form, structure and effective outcomes.
- Unit 2 - Practical Experience of choreography and performance through practice is central to this unit. The subject content of this unit is clearly linked to the theoretical subject content of Unit 1. Candidates will be required to produce a choreographic journal in order to assist theoretical understanding.
- Unit 3 - Theory. This unit requires the candidate to demonstrate an understanding of the development of dance, together with a critical appreciation of practitioners and their works.This unit is assessed through a written paper comprising two sections. Section A focuses on the areas of study and Section B on the set works.
- Unit 4 - Practical Experience of choreography and performance through practice is central to this unit. It allows the candidate to develop and extend understanding and skills experienced in Unit 2 of the AS award and there are direct links to the theoretical subject content of Unit 3.
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