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Operations of a dance critic (however these are not explicit rules): 1.Description – gives the reader a clear picture of the dance. Someone who did not see the dance should be able to read your paper and develop a solid sense what the show looked like. Use strong and varied action verbs, interesting adjectives, and colorful adverbs to capture the essence of the dance. 2.Interpretation – what they communicated, what does the dance mean? 3.Analytical – explains where the dance comes from aesthetically and/or historically and the dance style. Your analysis should include a discussion of how the dance fits together as a whole, but it might also include comparisons between sections or between two or more dancers in the dance. Analysis assumes more knowledge than description. 4.Evaluation – how remarkable it was, is the work good? Suggested format for dance critique: •Introduction 1.General information about the performance (who- list the dancer(s) or company name for each piece, what- how would you classify each piece, what genre of dance?, when- list this information if a date or year is provided for each piece, where- list this information if provided). Much of this information will be found in the Dance in Video page. 2.Interesting statement (thesis) about the performance as a whole (see below for an example). •Body Paragraphs 1.Dance 1, thesis sentence (see below for an example) ◾Describe, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Interpret, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Analyze, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Evaluate, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Transition sentence into next piece 2.Dance 2, thesis sentence (see below for an example) ◾Describe, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Interpret, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Analyze, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Evaluate, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Transition sentence into next piece 3.Dance 3, thesis sentence (see below for an example) ◾Describe, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Interpret, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Analyze, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Evaluate, provide a performance detail to support your idea ◾Transition sentence into conclusion •Conclusion 1.Response to concert as a whole 2.New insight Information regarding a thesis statement that applies to the paper AS A WHOLE: This statement will appear at the beginning of your critique and will comment on the concert as a whole rather than focus on one dance. This statement will offer an interesting insight and refer to the entire concert production. Here is an example: Upon viewing the virtual dance concert for Dance Appreciation, I certainly expected several dance styles to be presented. My expectations of the concert were far surpassed. Information regarding a thesis statement for ONE DANCE: In addition to your overall thesis, the discussion of the three dances should include a thesis statement, which is like a topic sentence but is analytical, interpretive and evaluative. This statement will come at the beginning of the paragraph of the dance you are discussing, and the remainder of the paragraph will relate to that thesis sentence. This will help you to avoid making a list of unrelated facts that do little to convey a sense of the dance as a whole. You may use more than one paragraph to discuss a dance, but keep all writing on a specific dance connected to your thesis for that dance.

Operations of a dance critic (however these are not explicit rules):
1.Description – gives the reader a clear picture of the dance. Someone who did not see the dance should be able to read your paper and develop a solid sense what the show looked like. Use strong and varied action verbs, interesting adjectives, and colorful adverbs to capture the essence of the dance.
2.Interpretation – what they communicated, what does the dance mean?
3.Analytical – explains where the dance comes from aesthetically and/or historically and the dance style. Your analysis should include a discussion of how the dance fits together as a whole, but it might also include comparisons between sections or between two or more dancers in the dance. Analysis assumes more knowledge than description.
4.Evaluation – how remarkable it was, is the work good?

Suggested format for dance critique:
•Introduction

1.General information about the performance (who- list the dancer(s) or company name for each piece, what- how would you classify each piece, what genre of dance?, when- list this information if a date or year is provided for each piece, where- list this information if provided). Much of this information will be found in the Dance in Video page.

2.Interesting statement (thesis) about the performance as a whole (see below for an example).
•Body Paragraphs

1.Dance 1, thesis sentence (see below for an example)

◾Describe, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Interpret, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Analyze, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Evaluate, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Transition sentence into next piece

2.Dance 2, thesis sentence (see below for an example)

◾Describe, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Interpret, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Analyze, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Evaluate, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Transition sentence into next piece

3.Dance 3, thesis sentence (see below for an example)

◾Describe, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Interpret, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Analyze, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Evaluate, provide a performance detail to support your idea

◾Transition sentence into conclusion
•Conclusion
1.Response to concert as a whole

2.New insight

Information regarding a thesis statement that applies to the paper AS A WHOLE:

This statement will appear at the beginning of your critique and will comment on the concert as a whole rather than focus on one dance. This statement will offer an interesting insight and refer to the entire concert production.

Here is an example:

Upon viewing the virtual dance concert for Dance Appreciation, I certainly expected several dance styles to be presented. My expectations of the concert were far surpassed.

Information regarding a thesis statement for ONE DANCE:

In addition to your overall thesis, the discussion of the three dances should include a thesis statement, which is like a topic sentence but is analytical, interpretive and evaluative. This statement will come at the beginning of the paragraph of the dance you are discussing, and the remainder of the paragraph will relate to that thesis sentence. This will help you to avoid making a list of unrelated facts that do little to convey a sense of the dance as a whole. You may use more than one paragraph to discuss a dance, but keep all writing on a specific dance connected to your thesis for that dance.

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