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Do you have a young dancer who can understand basic French? Come join me in a fun-filled class of dance. We'll start with introductions, then we'll do some barre activities with a chair. We'll work on basic steps like plié, tendu, and battement. We will work on turns and leaps in the center, then we will play red light / green light. The whole class will be taught in French. In this age range, I focus on the coordination of the body to get arms and legs where they need to be. By the end of...
This class is taught in French.
DANCE I have been dancing since I was three, and I have taken ballet the entire time. I've also helped teach dance classes for 1 and a half years. I have been trained in a pre-professional program that stresses technique and safety. I know the correct way to perform and teach exercises to ensure the least risk possible. FRENCH I have been learning French for 6 years now, from French 1 - French 5. I am conversationally fluent and a B1/B2 level (about in between the two at the moment). I've been tutoring French since May when the French immersion school near us closed for quarantine and I've really enjoyed it. I took the French CLEP test a few years ago and got maybe 5 points away from a perfect score while testing out of and getting credit for all the French classes at my local community college.
Water bottle Space to move around (at least 4x4 foot square) A chair or other object to hold on to
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Because this is a fitness class, students will need enough room to move around without injuring themselves. We will always do a warm-up and stretch before beginning, but it's important to be aware that inadequate stretching can lead to injuries. It is advisable for dancers to be barefoot to avoid slipping, and they may need a water bottle to stay hydrated. Note: if your student needs any accommodations for physical or mental needs, I am able and willing to accommodate and modify if I can! Just let me know your needs beforehand.