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Weekly Hula ʻAuana (Modern Style) for Ages 4-7
C.A.L.M. (Connection, Aloha, Language, Movement) and Hula! Hula for good health! We will meet once per week for four weeks to learn hula basics, Hawaiian language, and choreography to a hula ʻauana (modern style).
96 total reviews for this teacher
5 reviews for this class
Completed by 13 learners
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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This four-day course promotes balance and good health through the beautiful art and culture of Hawaiian hula. All abilities are welcome in this introductory hula course that aims to establish an understanding, respect, and love for hula and Hawaiian culture. We will take a holistic approach and address the learner’s growth in mind, body, and spirit. Each class will include these three elements: ‘IKE (mind): A brief, introductory lesson on Hawaiian geography, history, culture, hula...
Learners will be introduced to basic hula steps. Learners will use these basic hula steps to learn a hula ‘auana (modern style.) Using basic Hawaiian language vocabulary and phrases, participants will learn about Hawaiian history and culture.
Ms. Iris has taught hula for over 10 years. She has over 20 years of hula experience, having danced in numerous community and private events. For several years, she has competed in hula competitions as a dancer, chanter, and hoʻopaʻa (drummer and chanter.) Her Hawaiian name is Noheamaikalani, given to her by her Kumu Hula. She is known as Auntie Nohea at the hula hālau (hula school) that she is a part of, where she currently holds an alaka’i (leader) position and teaches students ages 4-84. She was a credentialed Multiple Subject Teacher, with nearly 15 years of classroom experience, (in both a private school and public school setting,) before making the transition to homeschooling her own children full-time. She has been a classroom teacher for grades Kindergarten, second, third, fifth, and some high school. She has also taught physical education. In addition to teaching hula, she is currently an online English teacher to learners all over the world.
The instructor will provide optional extension activities.
3 files available upon enrollmentPlease attend class wearing comfortable clothing that allows for ample movement and stretching. Stretchy pants, leggings, and a comfortable top will be just fine. Learners may wear a sarong/pareo or hula pāʻū (skirt) if he/she already owns one. Also optional is a flower worn in the hair. Students will be dancing barefoot. During class times, students must be in a place that allows them to have about a 6-8 foot diameter of safe dancing space. Students can have a writing instrument ready, along with the Hula ‘Auana Packet. It is also a good idea to have a water bottle and towel on hand.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will be assessed with formative (informal) assessments; which will include observations, oral question and response, choral response, and hand signals.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Dance requires physical participation, therefore, please make sure your child has a clear, open dancing space, slip-proof socks or bare feet, a water bottle nearby, and activewear type clothing. Since I am not physically present in the room with the dancers, injuries from moving around are possible if not properly supervised by an adult. Parents, please review Classroom Expectations and Outschool Quick Start Guide with your learner(s). These will be provided once you enroll your learner(s).
Iris Noheamaikalani "May you be happy. May you be strong. May you feel like you belong."
96 total reviews
60 completed classes
Aloha kākou! Hello! I was a credentialed Multiple Subject Teacher, with nearly 15 years of classroom experience, (in both a private school and public school setting,) before making the transition to homeschooling my own children full-time. I...