The History of Modern Dance
The evolution of modern dance, and the dance history of many of the key figures in the development of this uniquely American form, are the focus of a 13-page packet that includes photos of revolutionaries.
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- Have groups research individual dancers and craft a presentation for the class that includes, where possible, video footage of their work
- Ask dancers to choreograph a short piece in the style of one of the studied dancers
- Information is included on most of the key figures in the development of modern dance
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