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Creating, Performing and Appreciating Dance
Creating, performing and appreciating dance

Through dance the child can discover the body as an expressive instrument and develop the aesthetic and creative side of its nature.

(Hinkley 1980: 7)
Children as Creators, Performers and Appreciators
Photograph 55 Dancing is a special sort of movement

Although there may be a few variations in the precise naming of the activities it is generally accepted that the triumvirate of creating, performing and appreciating dance as a conceptual basis underlies all phases of dance education. However, during the 1960s and 1970s the professional model, influenced by the world of professional dance, and the so-called child-centred framework, stemming from the ideas of Laban, existed as separate, and sometimes opposing, approaches related to teaching dance in schools. The first ...

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