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  • Dance Into Public Schools And Colleges
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    Dancing is a form of art that allows many children to express themselves through body motion while developing many skills. Children throughout the world have been dancing since the day they began walking. When a child to take their first steps and puts together the simplest combination of movements, that would be considered as dancing. Music also plays a major role in the development of children understanding dance, because it is can be used as an accompaniment, and can help children get a bette...
  • Isadora Duncan School Of Dance
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    Isadora Duncan Isadora Duncan was a famous dancer who brought a new kind of dance to the world. She danced out the feelings from deep in her heart. Unlike other dancers in the late nineteenth century, Isadora Duncan danced with flowing motion. She was not a ballerina, and did not like to watch ballet dancers, with their stiff bodies and unnatural pointe shoes. At first she was not liked, but as time went on, Isadora Duncan became a dance revolutionist people all over the world will never forget....
  • Breathalyzer At School Dances
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    Recently at Longmeadow High School it became mandatory to pass an "alcohol-screening test" before entering a school dance. This breathalyzer will detect alcohol on one's breath. No student that has been drinking will be admitted to the event. Longmeadow High School has recently purchased breathalyzers which teacher chaperones administer to all students entering a school function. This issue has brought about much conflict. Many people see it as a positive thing; however, the breathalyzer at scho...
  • Narrator's First High School Dance
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    The short story "Red Dress" by Alice Munro is about a young girl's first high school dance. Her home and school environment determined her attitude towards the dance. This girl's home life was bad. She was constantly put down mentally by her mother, even in front of her friend Lonnie, to the point that the narrator envied Lonnie on account that her mother died and she lived alone with her father". 'I doubt if she appreciates it. ' She enraged me, talking like this to Lonnie, as if Lonnie were gr...
  • Dance
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    Dad's job relocations and dance. One kept me moving, one kept me grounded. I've lived in six states and seven cities: Indianapolis, IN; Racine, WI; New Brighton, MN; Denver, CO; Mission Viejo, CA; Milwaukee, WI. What have I learned from all of this moving? It's simple: a larger bedroom is better than a smaller one, having kids your own age in the neighborhood is a big plus, it's not so bad being around your family all the time, and there is always somewhere to find friends. Dance is what made mo...
  • Alvin Ailey Dance Company
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    Alvin Alvin Ailey Alvin Ailey Alvin Ailey was born on January 5, 1931, in Rogers Texas. His family was a very religious family. He attended Sunday school and church at the Baptist Young Peoples Union. When he was in junior high school, his class went on a trip to the ballet, and that's what inspired him to dance. Seeing the ballet and having his dance teacher, Lester Horton, he was off to a good start. Watching and meeting dancers and actors like Martha Graham, Doris Humphrey, Charles -Weidman, ...

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