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​Dance Class

Dance Class 1:

Teaching Chinese children dance. Integrate into the basic skills learning with Chinese dance elements, train the correct standing form, practice the sense of orientation, and improve the flexibility and coordination of the body. Develop students' sense of rhythm and interest in Chinese music and dance.

Dance Class 2:

Teaching Chinese dance (classical dance or ethnic folk dance), focusing on improving students' movement coordination ability, musical sense and dance expression, and integrating basic dance skills training. Improve students' physical flexibility and coordination, and cultivate students' good temperament.

Dance is the language hidden in the soul. Dancing is like dreaming with footsteps. Every movement is a word, which is combined into the poem of dance.

Dance appeared in the Chinese nation 5,000 years ago. It originated in the slave society and developed into the Qin and Han Dynasties. It has formed certain characteristics: long sleeves and slender waist, elegant and light, equal emphasis on skills, and harmony between rigidity and softness. The great exchange of music and dance between China and foreign countries since the Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties, the attention of the emperors of the Tang Dynasty, and the emergence of dancers such as Yang Guifei have made Chinese performative dance unprecedentedly prosperous.

After the Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, Chinese performative dances were gradually integrated into operas, becoming opera-like dances that shaped characters, expressed emotions, and displayed plots.

In modern times, dance as an independent theater art has become increasingly perfect and mature.

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