NEW Ballet Genre NCEA Digital Resource – $80 unlimited access
The kit contains a teacher workbook and access to three ballet clips and some step-by-step tutorials.
This resource is unlike anything else available for dance students and educators. It contains performance clips from the Royal New Zealand Ballet, alongside video tutorials of RNZB Dance Educators Lauren Byrne and Jamie Delmonte teaching the sections.
Students can learn directly from the video, or teachers can learn it themselves before passing on the knowledge. These clips are accompanied by a workbook written by Trudy Dobbie that walks through the different features of Ballet and its sub-genres.
The content of this resource can be adapted to a number of NCEA standards making it a versatile asset to add to your teaching toolkit.
Level One Standards
Perfect for AS90002 and could be used for AS90859 with adaptions for a group. Also, great to support learning towards AS90005.
Will be able to be used for the new standards
Level Two Standards
AS91208 or support learning for AS91212
Level Three Standards
The sequences will need adaptations to meet the time requirements but there are some ideas how to do this in the resource.
AS91590 (with time extension)
AS91591 (with time extension and some inclusion of group aspects e.g. formation changes)
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Salute NCEA Resource – $125
Written by Jan Bolwell, this resource introduces two contemporary works by New Zealand choreographers Andrew Simmons and Neil Ieremia.
Dear Horizon and Passchendaele were first performed in 2015 as part of the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s Salute programme, a ground-breaking collaboration with the New Zealand Army Band commemorating the centenary of the Gallipoli landings.
The resource aligns with NCEA Dance levels 1, 2 & 3, for both Internal and External Achievement Standards. It can also be adapted for a junior secondary school dance programme.
Milagros NCEA Resource – $60
Milagros is an award-winning work created for, and performed by RNZB dancers, by Javier De Frutos.
An ideal resource for use in External Achievement Standards Levels 2 & 3.
The Anatomy of a Passing Cloud NCEA Resource – $80
The Anatomy of a Passing Cloud is Javier De Frutos’s gift to New Zealand. Its commission coincided with the ten year anniversary of his first piece for the company and RNZB’s 60th birthday. It explores Pasifika imagery and movement, and is a vibrant celebration of our unique and joyful culture.
An ideal resource for use in External and Internal Achievement Standards Levels 1, 2 & 3.
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Electronic versions also available
If you are a teacher who has already purchased a hard copy of any of our resources, you can now purchase an electronic version at the special price of $10 per resource. These can only be purchased by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org