HIP HOP PARTY!
Recommended Size 5 - 25
Programme Format On-site
Cost $3000.00 Per session
Primary Art Form - Sub-Genre Dance - Funk, Hip-hop/K-pop, Choreography
Student Profile Preschool
Secondary Art Form - Sub-Genre - Dance
Venue (where applicable) EV Dance Studio
Programme Synopsis A dance excursion for children to experience how local dance professional training ground is like. Through this 90-minute session, children will be brought into the world of Hip Hop Dance through a time of party! The session will take place in the setting of a dance studio, where professional dancers and certified coaches will share the fundamentals of hip hop dancing through performances and fun-filled dance activities. The dance-related activities in this programme is specially catered to grab the attention of the children, and will get them on their feet and eager to participate. They will be exposed to an easily digestible history of what Hip Hop Dance is about and will gain a better understanding through visual showcases and demonstrations from a professional team of dancers and coaches. From the session, students will be exposed to the history and origin of hip hop culture and art movement which originated in the predominantly African American Community in the late 1970s, developing a deeper understanding and appreciation of the art form. Through fun dance-related activities, students will get to learn about the different street dance styles in hip hop, which will in turn develop rhythm, groove, strength, body and spatial awareness. Students will also get to experience performing in front of a crowd, which will assist in developing 21st century competencies to navigate the world as a confident person.
Focus Areas Appreciate Arts & Culture, Acquire Skills & Knowledge
Point of Emphasis Not applicable
Lesson Goal #1 Discover the history and origin of hip hop culture and art movement
Lesson Goal #2 Learn and try different hip-hop dance styles, developing their body and spatial awareness
Lesson Goal #3 To motivate students, equip them with life skills and values acquired through dance by exposing them to the local arts industry
Audio/Sound System, Visualiser
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