Exploring Dance Forms and Styles: A Guide to Concert, World, Social, and Historical DanceHelene Scheff (author), Marty Sprague (author), Susan McGreevy-Nichols (author)
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Reference for dance, physical education, music, and classroom teachers K-12. Reference and supplemental text for university and college instructors of history of dance, dance appreciation, folk dance, world and cultural dance, and introduction to dance.
Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
Number of pages: 344
Weight: 998 g
Dimensions: 279 x 216 x 23 mm
Exploring Dance Forms and Styles is excellent. The book should be part of every curriculum. It contains a wealth of information that can be used by educators at all levels and in many disciplines.
Estelle Aden, Gainesville, Florida-Retired professor at Hofstra University (theatre arts) and Professional Actor.
Exploring Dance Forms and Styles, is working very well with my 9th grade students in the South Bronx of NYC!!! I have adapted many of the lessons and worksheets to develop a small curriculum on the different forms and styles of dance.
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