Students explore their own and others movement (e.g., axial, loco motor, isolated) in and through space, observing the ways and degrees to which each dancer's structure functions (e.g., joint movement, body control, isolation).
This twelve-minute video from Teaching Channel features dance teacher Brooke Charlebois demonstrating how to use cooperative groups to structure the expression of creative movement and choreographic forms to convey global issues. The video briefly focuses on how embedded dance allows students to demonstrate their understanding of concepts in math, science, history, geography and language.
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