|Mapa da ESE Setúbal|
Scholar Year: 2021/2022 - 1S
||N. of students
|António Ângelo de Jesus Ferreira de Vasconcelos||Head|
|Type of classes
Intended learning outcomes (Knowledges, skills and competencies to be developed by the students)
1. Live moments and experiences of performance and artistic creation developing skills in the context of
the integration of the arts, in particular, Theater, Music and Movement / Dance.
2. Develop creativity
3. Enhance the use of techniques, technologies and processes in the development and implementation of
4. Encourage the development of artistic practices and creativity(s) in the fields of education and
community intervention as a modality of sharing and social and cultural cohesion.
5. Design, produce and publicly present an artistic product as a result of a common creative process.
This CU will cover the following contents:
(1) Performing arts and creativity
- artistic practices and creative processes
- experimentation and artistic creation
- the differentiation and integration of different artistic modalities
(2) The body, the movement and the voice
- body unlocking techniques
- body and verbal expression techniques
- vocal performance techniques
(3) Sounds, objects, images and structures
- sound and musical expression techniques
- from ideas and from forms
- sound text and image
- text and image composition for sound environments
(4) Dramaturgy, conception and production of artistic productions
- from improvisation to theatrical text
- the construction of characters and scripts
- sound environments - artistic productio
Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC intended learning outcomes
The CU “Performing Arts” unfolds around the creation, production and public presentation of an artistic
project involving Theater, Music and Movement / Dance. Through experience, experimentation within the
framework of the creation of a publicly shared artistic production, will be approached different procedures
related to the various dimensions that integrate the creative processes. This will enhance the development
of theoretical, technical and artistic instruments that enable experimental and imaginative practices,
articulating and establishing significant connections between the arts and individual and collective
creative work. The transferability of these processes will be worked out considering the community
projects usually promoted by the sociocultural workers.
(a) practical theoretical work sessions - explanation and exploration of concepts, technical terminology,
procedures, methods and techniques inherent to nuclear themes; (b) practical and laboratory sessions.
The process will take place through: (a) Reading, listening, visualization, analysis and discussion of texts,
excerpts of works, videos; (b) Experimentation of artistic techniques and processes; (c) Design,
presentation and analysis of performances; (d) Design, public presentation, and evaluation of an original
performance. Follow-up tutorials will be provided.
Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's intended learning outcomes
The proposed activities aim to create conditions to promote learning and the deepening of knowledge
about the performing arts and the creative processes, as well as the participation in the construction of a
publicly presented artistic production - which allows to work the skills and knowledge in an integrated
manner. (knowledge, understanding, multimodal appropriation and creation). The objectives are articulated
in the aspects of creation, communication and enjoyment of shows with the methodologies of artistic
practices, namely games, the practice of creative writing applied to the Script, the experiences of reflection
on improvisations and body language, the construction and public presentation of a collective work.
Assessment methodologies and evidences
The evaluation will be continuous, focusing on performance in the activities and work proposed in class and in the public presentation. The final grade will be calculated from the following weights: (a) Attendance - 10%; (b) Performance in class activities - 40%; (c) Performance in public presentation - 35%; (d) Individual evaluation report of the work performed - 15%.
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