You have access to the following samples below:

Music: (playlists are not available with free samples)

I have produced a playlist of suggested music for each dance scheme of work. This is the music that I use when I am delivering. There are two playlists - one is just simply the playlist of music and the other is annotated with my suggestions at what parts of the scheme of work I use the music for.

All the music can be purchased via ITunes unless otherwise stated (around 70p - 80p per track - a lot of the tracks are used across different schemes of work). I have also suggested some tracks from three royalty free music sites (this will be shown on the playlist):

www.purpleplanet.com
www.bensound.com
www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
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The following Schemes of Work are also available.

A History of Street & Break Dance

SOW

Travel through time looking at African, Gumboot, Capoeira, Lindy Hop, Street and Break dance. A great scheme of work for engaging boys. Suitable for Years 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9 (Ages 9-14 years)

A Big Beast & Mini Beasts

SOW

Travel into the depths of a deep dark wood and meet lots of friendly mini beasts and one big friendly beast. Suitable for Early Years

A Trip Around the World Sow

SOW

Travel around the world to The Gambia, Egypt, India, America and Scotland and explore these countries through both creative and cultural dance. Suitable for Early Years-Year 5 (Ages 4-10 years)

The Jungle Dance

SOW

Based on the book by Giles Andreae. Travel through the jungle and meet Gerald with his long neck & bandy knees. Waltz and tango at the jungle dance and watch in amazement at Gerald’s dancing when ‘he finds music that he loves’. Suitable for EYs-Year 1 (Ages 4-6 years)

The Great Fire of London

SOW

A narrative scheme of work based on the story of the Great Fire of London. Suitable for Year 1 & 2 (Ages 5-7 years)

A Journey through the Rain Forest

SOW

Pack your backpack, travel on an airplane, and parachute out of the plane landing in the rain forest. Meet an African tribe, animals and lots and lots of trees. Suitable for Years 2, 3 & 4 (Ages 6-9 years)

The World of Sport

SOW

Pack your backpack, travel on an airplane, and parachute out of the plane landing in the rain forest. Meet an African tribe, animals and lots and lots of trees. Suitable for Years 2, 3 & 4 (Ages 6-9 years)

The Language of Dance

SOW

This SOW looks at the WHAT, HOW, WHERE & WHOM in dance. (Rudolph Laban) A great scheme of work to help pupils really understand creative dance and choreography also great preparation for GCSE Dance. Suitable for Years 6, 7, 8 & 9 (Ages 10-14 years)