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Get your kids up and moving! This class is intended for beginner dancers who are interested in learning more. Students will begin with a standard movement warm-up to loose their muscles. Hip hop specific moves will be demonstrated and practiced. Set to music that kids enjoy, students will learn a choreographed hip-hop routine using those same moves. The class will end with a recap and cool down activity. Week 1: Introductions, class expectations, warm-up, Intro to counting. Week 2: Warm up,...
Students will learn hip-hop basics. Breaking down: Demonstrating the moves slowly and showing the separate elements as much as possible. This helps students understand how to do the movement. Combination, or Combo: You’re likely to hear a routine referred to as a combination, or combo for short. Eight count: Most hip-hop dance instructors teach the movements in a piece of choreography in sets of eight counts. Focus: Your focus is where your eyes are looking while you dance. Freestyle: Freestyle is dancing without choreography and a chance for students to express their own style. Isolation: An isolation is a movement that involves isolating a single part of your body and moving it, while keeping the rest of your body still.
I have been dancing since the age of twelve across various dance forms such as ballet, jazz, lyrical, hip-hop and musical theatre. I continued to dance through college and received my concentration in dance studies. Between 2013 and 2017, I taught competition dance to children ages 4-18 years old. This experience taught me that are many levels of dancer and they all have something special to offer the class.
Dance practice should be in a reasonably large space with room to move safely. Students should wear comfortable fitting clothes that allow them to move without restriction and tennis shoes/sneakers. Long hair should be tied back.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Teacher will observe students weekly progress to ensure students are mastering dance moves.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Sarah BakerCertificated Elementary Teacher
5 total reviews
5 completed classes
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