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PHASES OF DANCE PROGRAM

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PHASES OF DANCE PROGRAM
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
CREATIVE RHYTHMS
are actually for children in the elementary grades. These activities are sometimes called fundamental rhythms or natural dances. A creative rhythm is an end- product of exploration and improvisation of movements as children learn to move the parts of their body and to use them as instruments of
expression.
FOLK OR ETHNIC DANCE
is a cultural art form handed down from generation to generation. It communicates the customs, beliefs, rituals and occupations of the people of a region or country. Folk dancing belongs to the people. It emanates from them. Ethnic tribes have their specific tribal art forms originated and danced by the people of the tribe.
SOCIAL AND BALLROOM DANCE
The setting of the social and ballroom dance is a social gathering with the more formal atmosphere than the simple and informal parties in which the recreational dances are the usual forms. Social and
ballroom dancing are
generally held in the
evenings. The participants
are usually in formal attire.
RECREATIONAL DANCE
includes dance mixers, square dance, round and couple dances. many of these dances have simple patterns and combination of walking steps, two-step, polka step and waltz step.
These setting of recreational dances is usually informal gatherings and parties, reunions and the like.
CREATIVE DANCE
is the highest form of dance.
It is the end product of exploration
and improvisation of movements as the dancer or the choreographer expresses
his feelings or emotions, ideas and interpretations. This is a dance with a definite form, a beginning and an ending. the principles of art form are all
observed
in the composition of the
dance.
ballet,
jazz
and
modern or contemporary
dance
examples
are:
FORMATIONS COMMONLY USED IN RHYTHMIC ACTIVITIES
1. SINGLE CIRCLE - FACING CLOCKWISE
- FACING COUNTER CLOCKWISE
- FACING EACH OTHER
- FACING CENTER
2. DOUBLE CIRCLE - PARTNERS FACING
- PARTNERS FACING COUNTER
CLOCKWISE
- FACING CLOCKWISE
3. SQUARE OR QUADRILLE FORMATION
4. SEMI CIRCLE OR HALF MOON
5. DOUBLE LINES/ COLUMN FORMATION
- FACING IN FRONT
- PARTNERS FACING EACH
OTHER
. 6. LONG OPEN FORMATION
7. SCATTER FORMATION

FUNDAMENTAL DANCE POSITIONS
THE BASIC NATURAL MOVEMENTS
are classified into two: locomotor and non-locomotor or axial movements.
Locomotor
movements are those that move the body in space in any direction with the feet as the moving base.
Non-locomotor
movements are those in which various parts of the body move in space with a fixed base. The base may be standing, kneeling, sitting or lying
walking
running
jumping
hopping
skippng
leaping
galloping
sliding
LOCOMOTOR MOVEMENTS
NON-LOCOMOTOR MOVEMENTS
flexion
extension
arms shoulder circling
pendular
percussive
vibratory
sustained
suspended
Ms. hanna monique
mendivel
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