DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION TECHNICAL DIRECTION SUBDIRECTORATE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT PLANS AND PROGRAMMES OF S TUDY AND ACADEMIC

SUCCESS STUDY PROGRAM: Co-curricular activities I (DANZA) STATE COORDINATION: CAMPUS: CAREERS: TRAINING AREA MODE: FEDERAL DISTRICT ZONE: LOCATION: 9 BENITO JUAREZ C.E.T.I.S. No. 5 TECHNICAL TRAINING IN SOCIAL WORK B.T. T.P. X T.B. TECNOL. ECONOMIC ADMINISTRATIVE SUBJECT: I co-curricular activities (DANCE) TOTAL TIME ALLOCATED H / HALF: H / THEORY: H / PRACTICE: H / WEEK: DURATION: 45 0 3 3 Aug-06 SEMESTER: I PRACTICE TYPE OF SUBJECT: CREDIT: PASSWORD: 3 ACTCOCU I 4 FOUNDATION Dance is one of artistic activities that should be given to the aestudientes of CETis. Examining the fundamental goal is the integral formation of the same. Thi s activity provides students with elements that allow you to develop your physic al powers - motor, mental and emotional, in turn facilitating integration with i ts surroundings. The dance has features that are correlated with issues of cultu ral, social, economic, religious, political and sporting. SUBJECT: Cocurricular I ACTIVITIES (DANCE) SHEET 3 DE 9

PRESENTATION Mexico is a country with supreme artistic expression in all periods of its histo ry, which is why the importance of restoring and strengthening the dance activit y, trying to stick to our traditions as possible to reality, originality and aut henticity through their study Rescue and dissemination. The main purpose of this discipline is the development of the personality of the pupil, travez of stagin g dances and traditional and popular bails and presentations to the public, and it can be determined whether students acquired knowledge of dance, socialization of behavior , management of emotion and physical expression, the stage space, t heir technical skills and creativity. To evaluate the teaching - learning proces s of the dance is important to detect the level of knowledge, interest, attitude , responsibility, sensitivity and student discipline. SUBJECT: Co-curricular activities I (DANZA) SHEET 4 DE 9 TERMINAL OBJECTIVE Students will develop their powers psycho - motor by continuously moving, contro lled and progressive body, acquire hearing for the execution of movement to the music. The enhanced its interaction with the group to which it belongs, by imple menting their creativity, through interpretation, choreography assembly, theoret ical knowledge, presentation to public dances and traditional Mexican folk dance s. SUBJECT I co-curricular activities (DANCE) SHEET 5 DE 9 UNIT: I NAME: DYNAMICS OF INTEGRATION AND INTEGRATION GROUP. BODY POSITIONING OBJECTIVE (S)

INCLUDING (ES) The student will list and be integrated in a natural and welcome to the group be longing, and it knows your body travez of continuous movement, the controlled an d progressive development of their physical powers - motor. ITEM NUMBER 1 .TOPICS Dynamics of group interaction and integration. EDUCATIONAL INSTRUMENTATION - The human body. music, voice, gesture. HOURS T P 3 KEY BIBLIO. 2 .Body placement correct. - Human Body, drawings, posters, slides, photographs, drawings, etc.. 2 3 .Body Heat 2 4 .Free Body Language - Adequate space, human body, music suitable for student motivation. - Relaxatio n Techniques 3 5 .Relaxation 2 SUBJECT I co-curricular activities (DANCE) SHEET 6 DE

9 UNIT: II NAME: FINE ARTS AND BASIC ARTES.TECNICA FOLK DANCE OBJECTIVE (S) INCLUDING (ES) The student, feeling the need to express and communicate well as oral and writte n language, it does so by posting Daily Deviations artistic by color, shape, sou nds, movements. Qe develop physical ability to perform the folk dance technique. ITEM NUMBER 1 .TOPICS Art and the Fine Arts EDUCATIONAL INSTRUMENTATION - Specialized literature, posters, photography, drawing, sculpture, music, video projections. T HOURS 2 P KEY BIBLIO. 2 .Hearing Sensitivity - Music, sounds and percussion instruments, voice, noises and sounds of objects, musical instruments. - Footage of techniques to tap dancing. - Hand drum music, cassette, recorder. - Tennis shoes or folk dance. 3 3 .Basic technique applied to the folk dance 7 SUBJECT I co-curricular activities (DANCE) SHEET

7 DE 9 UNIT: III NAME: CLASSIFICATION OF DANCE. BASIC TECHNIQUES OF DANCE. OBJECTIVE (S) INCLUDING (ES) Students will identify various dance styles from Mexico and other countries. Tha t handles the basic techniques of footwork from lowest to highest degree of diff iculty. ITEM NUMBER 1 .TOPICS EDUCATIONAL INSTRUMENTATION - Specialized bibliography - Photography, videos, drawings, posters. - Exhibitio n in equipment - Footage footwork with a greater degree of difficulty. T HOURS 2 P KEY BIBLIO. Classification of Dance 2 .Basic techniques of footwork 2 3 .Basic techniques of twists and turns. - The human body - Adequate space techniques twists and turns. 1 1 / 2 4 .Basic techniques of movement - Sequences of basic navigation techniques and complementary. - Directory of Mex ican dances: Yucatán, Veracruz, Tamaulipas, Guerrero and Concheros.

1 1 / 2 5 .Dance Repertory 5 SUBJECT Co-curricular activities I (DANZA) SHEET 8 DE 9 PERIOD THEMATIC UNITS EVALUATION PROCEDURES * Theoretical 20% 80% * ** Practice Exhibition and delivery of tasks ** Attendan ce, punctuality, interest, participation, initiative and creativity. 20% theoret ical exposure and delivery of tasks, almost 80% identify sound intensity, pulse, rhythm, timing, execution of footwork techniques. Theory 20% exposure and deliv ery of tasks to run 80% Practice basic techniques of footwork, spins and turns, moving presentation of a dance or dance. - Average of 1.2 and 3 units 1a. Partial Evaluation 1 .- The dynamics of group interaction and integration. - Body Positioning 2a. Partial Evaluation 2 .- Arts and Fine Arts - Technical Basic footwork 3a. Partial Evaluation 3 .- Classification of Dance - tap dance techniques. Final Evaluation Unit: 1, 2 and 3 REFERENCES 1 .- Alcaraz Patricia Zavala July Bárcena Gracida Camacho Germain - THE MAN AND THE ARTS - Mexico City, 1994 2 .- Ed Homeland Bárcena Patricia Alcaraz, Zavala Julio Camacho Gracida Germain - THE MAN AND THE DANCE MEXICO CITY, eD . HOMELAN D 1994. 3 .- Aguilar Aare, Benistain Evelia, Gerardo Monroy ARTISTIC EXPRESSION AND APRESIACION, Introduction to the Performing Arts. Mexico, D.F., Ed EPSA, 199 4 KEY BASIC X

SUPPLEMENTARY X X SUBJECT I co-curricular activities (DANCE) SHEET 9 DE 9 REFERENCES KEY BASIC SUPPLEMENTARY ISSUED BY THE ACADEMY: Prepared and reviewed by: Prof. MarÍa Isabel DÍaz Torres ACT. Cocurricular I (DANZA)