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Lesson Plan #4: Creative Walking

Lesson Plan #4: Creative Walking

Welcome to RDT’s series of posts for teachers who want to include movement/dance in their classrooms. This is the third post in the series. Feel free to take a look at the first post HERE, the second post HERE, the third post HERE. Our goal is to inspire teachers to use simple dance moves with their students to help them get to know each other as the school year starts.  The initial idea for what we are calling #RDTlessonplanofthemonth emerged from a…

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Lesson Plan #3: negative space in place & across the floor

Lesson Plan #3: negative space in place & across the floor

Welcome to RDT’s series of posts for teachers who want to include movement/dance in their classrooms. This is the third post in the series. Feel free to take a look at the first post HERE, and the second post HERE. Our goal is to inspire teachers to use simple dance moves with their students to help them get to know each other as the school year starts.  The initial idea for what we are calling #RDTlessonplanofthemonth emerged from a joint teacher…

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Letting the Movement Happen to Us: Reflections of a UVU Guest Dancer in RDT’s “Tower”

Letting the Movement Happen to Us: Reflections of a UVU Guest Dancer in RDT’s “Tower”

By Lauren Bloomfield When I first found out that we were going to be working with Andy Noble and Repertory Dance Theatre and would perform in their concert, I was amazed. Though excited and grateful for the opportunity, I was also nervous. This would be a very different experience than what I had done before, and I wasn’t sure what to expect. First off, I haven’t worked in that big of a group of dancers since high school and, even…

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Dance Lesson Plan #2: Across the Floor – in 7/4

Dance Lesson Plan #2: Across the Floor – in 7/4

Welcome to our new series of posts for teachers who want to include movement/dance in their classrooms. This is the second post in the series. Feel free to take a look at the first post HERE. Our goal is to inspire teachers to use simple dance moves with their students to help them get to know each other as the school year starts.  The initial idea for what we are calling #RDTlessonplanofthemonth emerged from a joint teacher workshop held this…

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Get To Know You – Dance Lesson Plans

Get To Know You – Dance Lesson Plans

  RDT’s Embark is beginning a new series of posts for teachers who want to include movement/dance in their classrooms. The inaugural post, below, will inspire teachers to use simple dance moves with their students to help them get to know each other as the school year starts.  The initial idea for what we are calling #RDTlessonplanofthemonth emerged from a joint teacher workshop held this past January in tandem with Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company. In the forum discussion, many teachers voiced…

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SummerDance: From One Opportunity Right Into The Next

SummerDance: From One Opportunity Right Into The Next

by Katherine Kain From one amazing opportunity Repertory Dance Theatre has brought me right into another. Last Friday was the final day of RDT’s SummerDance Limon Workshop, the perfect segue into yet another opportunity beginning this week to develop as a professional dancer. But first . . . more about the Limon Workshop. During the week-long workshop with artist-teacher and Limon Mater Nina Watt, I learned so much valuable information about myself and my own technique, and I learned some…

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