Chap._8_-_Dance_Rhythms

Chap._8_-_Dance_Rhythms - Chapter 8 HealthyTipsoftheDay...

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Chapter 8
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Healthy Tips of the Day Watch what you order at the coffee bar Eat tomatoes or tomato products: vitamin C, Read the label for whole grain bread: whole grain or other grain first Don’t use hydrogen peroxide for cleaning wounds: soap and water is just affected Don’t forget your lips: lower lip is most affected with cancer
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Place for Dance in Elem.  Schools Dance is part of the PE curriculum: specialized motor skills Dance can be a part of the before- and after-school physical activity program:
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What Is Dance? Rhythmical experiences Composed of locomotors and nonlocomotor skills Performed by varying the movement qualities of body, space, effort, and relationships: speeds, space awareness, Typically labeled as: Folk or square Line Creative
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Folk Dance Derive from different characteristics of the people of a land and their culture They may tell the story of a historical event Can easily be integrated with social studies content Young child vs. upper elementary–age child
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2011 for the course KIN 2577 taught by Professor Carson during the Winter '10 term at LSU.

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Chap._8_-_Dance_Rhythms - Chapter 8 HealthyTipsoftheDay...

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