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Transcript: Fun facts~ You don't have to be a pro in order to dance hip hop. Anyone can join hip hop The dance was created in the early 70's Most people who danced hip hop back then were never really taught by a dance teacher Most moves come from the heart Conclusion~ Hip hop is not the easiest dance in the world but anyone can dance if they put their minds to it. All the moves you learn come from the heart, dancers are very dedicated into what they do. The next time you may dance wheather it be at a school dance, dance competition or just dancing with some friends make sure to remember this~ You've got to dance like no one is watching! Thank you Who has performed it\ Places performed~ Back in the 60's-early 70's hip hop dance was not "taught" professionals, it was just basically dancers who would come together with their talent and form a dance crew. Everyone had a talent it just took some time to find it and put a dance together. Now days there are actual hip hop studios that you pay to learn how to dance hip hop and all other dances based around hip hop. Even though Hip hop began in the streets it is now taught in professinal studios. Materials and Costumes~ How Hip Hop was created~ How has Hip Hop changed? Dance 2014 Hip hop dancing is perfomed at dance competitions, ceremonies, sports events, concerts, T.V, the streets. Often times you may see fund raisers being held in which Hip Hop dancers and other dancers will attend and show off their talent to large crowds of people to raise money for things like orphanages. Hip hop is performed by dance crews, street dancers, dance studios, singers such as Justin Bieber, and many more. Hip Hop dance was thought to ofically begun in New York in the early 1960's and early 70's. Hip hop was known to be taken place in Ghetto's and streets because dancers from all around would come and "battle" in the streets. Most hip hop dancers back then were not trained to dance, so they basically just used what ever moves would come to mind to make up what was called a dance. In 2005 popular T.V shows were started. One that I used to watch was So You Think You Can Dance. This show allowed Hip Hop dancers to come on television and display their moves for a chance to win fame. Although they were forced to compete against ballet dancers, tap and ballroom dancers, they took the challenge. Hip hop was created by "kids" coming together and originally dancing in the streets and making up dance crews and performing.Back in the 1970s, Black and Latino Americans created a wide range of styles, which include breaking, locking, and popping. The difference between hip-hop dance and other forms of dance is the moves are not choreographed like you see in some studios. It is often freestyle dance, moves that are made up on the spot. Breaking is often used in battles and other dances that include flipping. Locking is when you're dancing in a fast movement and then you lock yourself into a position otherwise known as a pose. Popping is a technique of quickly contracting and relaxing muscles to cause a jerk in the dancer's body, referred to as a pop or a hit. This is done continuously to the rhythm of a song in combination with various movements and poses. Hip Hop has been one of the biggest growing types of dances. Ever since Hip Hop was first created in New York in the 60's-70's the clothing has changed quite a bit. When hip hop first started jumpers were quite common. In the early 80's track suits became the main outfit worn during hip hop performmances as well as practices. Now most hip hop dancers wear loose baggy pants such as harlem pants, or easy moving pants where your legs can move in all shapes and forms. Most hip hop dancers wear shirts that have logos on them such as Adidas, Puma, nike. They sometimes wear bandanas or sweat bands. Guys tipically wear basketball shorts and a baggy shirt, or sweat pants. Hip Hop Dance! History of hip hop~

Hip Hop Dance

Transcript: In general, Lockers will often put a small pause and move up on the second and fourth beats to emphasize the locking. Locking also called Campbellocking. The name is based on the concept of locking movements. Rely on fast and clear hand and arm movements with relaxed legs and hip movement. These action are usually very big and exaggerated, and it tightly linked with rhythm and music. Locking is a style of funk dance, which is today also associated with hip hop. $10 Monday, February 24, 2014 History "Locking's Father" The name of locking is made up of the concept of the "lock" action, this concept refer to the basically from a very rapid solidification to be not moved in the movement, and then stopped at a specific position, maintain that position briefly, and continue to reply to the original speed. What is Locking Dancing? Alpha Break down/Rocksteady Jazz split Whichaway Kick Knee Drop Leo Walk Lock/Double Lock Up Lock Pacing Pimp Walk ... The Source of the Name Moves in Locking Dance Locking means locking dancer. Locker usually has a distinctive style, such as colorful or striped dress. Vol XCIII, No. 311 The Custom about Locking dance The origin of locking dance The beginning of locking can be traced one man, Don Campbell. He was the founder of the locking. Don Campbell was born in January 7,1951 in Saint Louis, Missouri. He is an American dancer and he discovered dance while syudying commercial art at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College. Lock was created by accident. One day, when Don Campbell was performance on the stage he couldn't do any other Funky Chicken action, so he stopped at a special point. He couldn't smooth completed action, because he couldn't remember which step to take next. When he add those pause action in his dance is become more popular. That is Campbellocking, people call it locking. Hip Hop Dance -Locking

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Transcript: The History of Hip Hop Where it Began The South Bronx 1970's White Flight Urban Decay Poverty Local Government Corruption White Flight Synopsis Simultaneous with the “white flight,” social and economic disruptions abounded. Construction on the Cross Bronx Expressway, which began in the postwar period and continued into the early 1970s, decimated several of the minority neighborhoods in its path. City infrastructure was allowed to crumble in the wake of budget cuts, hitting the less privileged parts of the city most directly. Strikes organized by disaffected blue-collar workers crippled the entire metropolitan area. As a largely white, middle-class population left urban areas for the suburbs in the 1950's and 1960's—a phenomenon known as “white flight”—the demographics of communities such as the Bronx shifted rapidly. The Bronx, one of New York City’s five “boroughs,” became populated mainly by Blacks and Hispanics, including large immigrant populations from Caribbean nations including Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Barbados, Trinidad, and Tobago, and others. Groups Turning Point Turning Point Music Culture Dance Music Music Latin and Caribbean traditions met and mingled with the sounds of sixties and seventies Soul, Disco, and Funk. Limited access to instruments and music education, music makers made music with what they could find. DJs assembled their own sound systems and built extensive record collections by searching secondhand stores for old Soul, Funk, and Rock and Roll albums; they used their collections to provide entertainment within their communities. Sounds taken from these records—from James Brown’s drum breaks to Parliament Funkadelic’s funky bass lines—provided the raw materials for creative work: beats to be mixed and modified. B-Boy and B-Girl Break Dance Dance Breakdancing is thought to be inspired by the performances of James Brown. DJs would take the breaks of dance records and string them together to give dancers a chance to show off their moves. Breakers would choose elements from sports and other dances, including gymnastics, the Lindy Hop, capoeira, and disco. Timeline Timeline 1974 1970 1976 1975 Other DJ's start playing in similar styles. DJ Pleaser Lovebug Starski first refers to this movement as “hip-hop.” Hip Hop First Appears in the Bronx DJ Afrika Bambaataa battles Disco King Mario in the first DJ battle. 1973 1978 DJ Grand Wizard Theodore invents the record scratch. DJ Kool Herc deejays his first block party in the Bronx The music industry first uses the term “rap music,” which shifts the focus in hip hop from the deejays to the emcees. Lesson Activity Lesson Plan Open up Schoology and reply to the discussion question labeled: Discussion: ABC News Clip You must reply to this question and respond to at least one classmates post.

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