Engage your students by allowing them to witness a progression that takes them from conceiving and refining an idea to improvising and solving movement problems to shaping and performing dances.
Aerial dance in the postmodern world
Even though breathing is the natural process of bringing oxygen into the lungs, most dancers are unclear about exactly how to breathe!
Teaching Movement Education eBook
Location is the category title given to self- and general space, suggesting where the movement takes place. Self-space comprises each child�s individual working space, and general space is the total space you are providing the child for movement.
Teaching Children Dance-3rd Edition
Students will create and practice the shapes individually and then collaborate with a partner or small group to create group shapes.
Dynamic Alignment Through Imagery 2nd Edition eBook
Imagine a waterfall in front of you. See the sunlight reflected in it, making it glitter like a fluid diamond; feel the pressure created by the water�s force; hear the high and low pitches of a crescendo; taste the water droplets on your lips; smell the pungent, enriched air.
Healthy and Sustainable Fundraising Activities eBook
As discussed, any fundraising organization can benefit from a well-organized plan that involves free online tools.
Dance Imagery for Technique and Performance 2nd Edition eBook
Explore spatial paths by drawing lines on a piece of paper and then transposing them into space.
Discovering Dance eBook With Web Resources
Dance has been called the universal language; you live in a world that dances.
Dance Integration eBook
Dance is one of the most powerful yet undervalued solutions for school reform. Children aged 5 to 11 are natural movers and are uncomfortable sitting at desks for long periods of time.