6 edition of Teaching as performing found in the catalog.
Teaching as performing
William M. Timpson
|Statement||William M. Timpson, David N. Tobin.|
|Contributions||Tobin, David N.|
|LC Classifications||LB1731 .T55 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
|ISBN 10||013891382X, 0138913749|
|LC Control Number||81015682|
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Teaching as Performing: A Guide to Energizing Your Public PresentationAuthor: William M. Timpson. Sarason argues that teachers will better engage learners if they are prepared in the artistry of doing so.
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prepared student-teachers to teach Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) disciplines. Perry () explains that teaching practice can be conducted in different forms depending on the institution. In Botswana Colleges of Education, it is in three phases.
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Teaching Dance. Dance is a type of art which is associated with the rhythmic movement of a person's body most often, but not necessarily, under musical accompaniment. Through this impulse people usually try to express an emotion or idea, release gathered energy or simply receive pleasure and delight from the movement itself.
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In such a situation visual and performing art, such as theatrical role play and drawing seem to be quite efficient, especially at early stages of students development. A performance assessment shows what students can do by performing a task related to a skill or concept that has been taught in class.
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