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Different Types of Social Dance Final Requirement in Rhythmic Activities (PHED 10022) Submitted to: Mr. Baysa Members: Acoba, Kate Nicole Acosta, Glaiza Lyzl Blanco, Sheena Joy Cadenas, Richelyn Carbonilla, Russell Kian Castillo, Charmaine Cudiamat, Lloyd Jasper Guiriba, Eliza Jane Hernaez, Jealbeth Laraño, Zesh Lloren Mariano, Ciarina Jane Matias, Marielle McLaine Meneses, Khrystine Louise Nobleza, Jaizel Obra, Aubrey Milcah Peralta, Katherine Portillo, Katrina Paula Soliven, Shiela Mae Tatac, Jastine Rose Tibayan, Patricia Janelle Mae Tubianosa, Leonard Vidal, Aira Zipagan, Mary BiancaBSMA 1-10 March 2020
Table of Contents A.Introduction 1 B.The Different Types of Social Dance I.Balboa 3 II.Bolero 6 III.Boogie-Woogie 9 IV.Cha-Cha 13 V.Cha-Cha (club style) 16 VI.Charleston 19 VII.Foxtrot 21 VIII.Jitterbug 23 IX.Jive 27 X.Kizomba 34 XI.Lindy hop 37 XII.Mambo 40 XIII.Merengue 44 XIV.Paso Doble 48 XV.Quickstep 52 XVI.Rumba 54 XVII.Salsa (on 1, 2, and 3) 58 XVIII.Samba 63 XIX.Shag 70 XX.Swing (East Coast) 73 XXI.Tango 76 XXII.Viennese Waltz 79 XXIII.Waltz 83
Introduction Social dance is a type of dance that is most commonly performed with a partner. Instead of the entertainment of the audience, it is danced for the enjoyment of the partners, and is considered informal and relaxed. Social dance is usually used for pleasure, socialization, recreation and health. The success of its performance is based on the satisfaction and enjoyment of the dancers, not on the impression of other people.Social dance can be considered as dynamic; meaning to say there is no standardized teaching or learning curriculum. The steps and techniques may vary from one instructor to others. Its styles and types may also change through time. How it differs from other? It does not require a level of ability. Mistakes made by the dancers are considered normal. One shouldn’t feel pressured when social dancing.It is not choreographed. It enables the dancers to grow and execute more authentic dance styles which are much better than those planned tricks and choreographies. It doesn’t need a lot of time practicing the routines.It is not for competitions. Since the objective of this style is to bring enjoyment, social dancing is performed for the dancers' satisfaction and gratification.The Benefits of Social Dancing Dancing can enhance your brain and makes you smarter. Dancing can build your confidence and enables you to stand in any kind of stage. It can increase flexibility and balance. It helps us to prevent injuries. It requires good posture; better posture means a stronger immune system. Reduces stress.1
Dancing can burn 300-500 calories an hour, more than other physical activities. Social dancing is a great way for socializing. It allows us to meet new people on classes.

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