Tinikling is a traditional Philippine folk dance which originated during the Spanish colonial era. The dance involves two people beating, tapping, and sliding bamboo poles on the ground and against each other in coordination with one or more dancers who step over and in between the poles in a dance. It is traditionally danced to rondalla music, a sort of serenade played by an ensemble of stringed instruments which originated in Spain during the Middle Ages. (Wikipedia)
What You Need to Know
You will be assessed on your groups ability to work together, problem solve and perform a 6 Step/8 Count Tinikling Routine.
CA Physical Education State Standards
1.7 Perform folk and line dances.
1.8 Develop, refine, and demonstrate routines to music
2.10 Identify steps and rhythm patterns for folk and line dances.
2.11 Explain how movement qualities contribute to the aesthetic dimension of physical activity.
5.1 Participate productively in group physical activities.
5.2 Evaluate individual responsibility in group efforts.
5.3 Identify and define the role of each participant in a cooperative physical activity.
5.4 Identify and agree on a common goal when participating in a cooperative physical activity. 5.5 Analyze possible solutions to a movement problem in a cooperative physical activity and come to a consensus on the best solution.
Unit Learning Materials
This Pole Banging Assignment was posted on Google Classroom.
The 5 Steps
----There are 5 Steps that your group will be required to learn for your Final Performance. Below are the Instructional Videos for each Step. There is also a pole banging safety video that everyone has to watch.
This is a LONG VIDEO showing both some instructional videos and the performance of the entire dance. This is really helpful when trying to understand what the dance looks like.
Click HERE to see the album that has all the videos in it.
Transitions from Step to Step
It is really important to see how steps transition from one to the other, check out these videos showing the transition: