Students should be familiar with the ways in which cultures specifically Native Americans use dance to relate stories. Students should understand the role of myths, legends and folklore in cultures past and present. You may choose to set the mood by playing some Native American music if you have any.
Show students a pair of moccasins and discuss them. Ask students if they know the origin of these shoes. Note that many slippers we wear today are moccasins or like moccasins, not like the hard, leather, heeled shoes most people wear. Read aloud or have students read a Native American legend that contains a dance.
Talk about the dances in these selections. Explain and discuss the fact that Native American dance were religious or ceremonial, unlike the social dancing of today.
Have students read two Tomie DePaola books. Divide the class. The Celtic lilt of the melody really captures the essence of this great petition for the intercession of Our Lady. Sheet music is available in the Dewfall Resource Book. Available on Dewfall CD. Hand sanitizing stations will be placed throughout the studio including in each classroom 8. Our annual Dancewear sale will be conducted in a similar way to how we distributed the costumes.
Details TBA We will have a dedicated staff person at the doors greeting everyone, checking temperatures and monitoring the egress systems. The most important thing is that we all stay healthy and safe as we enter this new phase. Jeff Cook.
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