They will work on texts drawn from a variety of cultures and times, experimenting with the roles of directors, performers, devisors and designers. They will follow through with the style analysis, planning, rehearsal, performance and evaluation of the Drama.
An interest in, and a critical awareness of, environments and cultures. Knowledge of a working vocabulary relevant to the subject; 6.
Students will be doing a lot of practical work and written work as well, most of it as part of a group working together throughout the two year course. Enable candidates to acquire and consolidate a range of basic musical skills, knowledge and understanding, through the activities of listening, performing and composing.
Various Styles -Athletic Activities: The depth study option is USA and this is used for students to write their coursework. Provide a foundation for further study in music for those candidates who wish to pursue their studies at a higher level.
It is also designed to foster enjoyment in Physical activity. Competitive Swimming, Lifesaving, Personal Survival Candidates should also demonstrate their ability to analyse and improve their own performance in written context.
An ability to record from direct observation and personal experience; 4. An ability to identify and solve problems in visual and tactile form; 3. Experimentation and innovation through the inventive use of materials and techniques; 8.
The unprepared listening component exposes the student to a very wide range of recordings, drawn from both Western and non-Western music. Provide the basis for an informed and lasting love and appreciation of music.
The choices for will be from the following: The prepared listening component includes a study of a Western European Orchestral work and the study of music from a non-western country. The technical competence and manipulative skills necessary to form, compose and communicate in two and three dimensions; 5.
Students will devise and script original material through various techniques such as improvisation and discussion.
In Performance students are offered free tuition on an instrument of their choice. At the beginning of the third term, they make a choice of assessments for their exam in Year They record their experience and media trials on prep sheets. Factors affecting performance 2. Health, Safety and training 3.
Course Content The course concentrates on Twentieth Century international relations from the Treaty of Versailles in up until the end of the Cold War in Assist candidates to develop a perceptive, sensitive and critical response to the main historical periods and style of Western music.
Help candidates to recognise and understand the music of various non-Western traditions, and thus to form an appreciation of cultural similarities and differences.(a) Cambridge IGCSE Physical Education Coursework Guidelines This booklet is an essential resource for Centres, as it contains: • details about what needs to be taught for each practical activity.
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It is also designed to foster enjoyment in Physical activity. Course Content - The Syllabus has two components. Cambridge IGCSE Physical Education () The syllabus provides learners with an opportunity to study both the practical and theoretical aspects of physical education.
It is designed to encourage enjoyment in physical activity by providing learners with an opportunity to take part in a range of physical activities and develop an understanding of effective and safe physical performance.
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