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math and ballet

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Stephanie Zanin

on 14 November 2012

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Transcript of math and ballet

Lines Shapes circles holding an oval body lines Parallel lines invisible lines hands to feet to eyes right angels greater than 90 degrees Angles less than 90 degrees knees over feet perpendicular Math and Ballet lines, angles, and shapes shapes figures with eyes keeps the focus where you want it Ballet is pretty, yes
but did you know
that ballet dancers are constantly using math? what is wrong here? what is wrong here? and here? correct Now its your turn In your groups... have one person model incorrect ballet posture

have a second person model the correct ballet posture

use what you have learned about MATH and BALLET Remember Angles

even with eyes
hands and neck were you
attention? did you spot these mistakes?
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