1. Name 4 locomotor moves in the dance.
2. Name 4 non-locomotor moves in the dance
3. What type of dance is this and why did you select that type?
4. For which occasion was the dance used in the video and could be used other wise?
5. Describe the music from beginning to end and discuss how dance etiquette was used in the dance.
Part II Complete each item below.
1. The place in a square or folk dance where the couple stands iscalled __________________.
2. The head or number one couple is the couple with backs to the wall where the music is so move _____________ to number the other couples.
3. ___________________ is a set of dos and donâ€™ts designed to ensure dancers show courtesy and respect to other dancers.
4. A sequence of moves performed continuously is a __________________________.
5.Folk dances exist as two major functions: first as an integral part of community activities and
6. Folk dances learned by other generations of a nation are learned because the dance is usually thought to be _________________________ .
7. Special occasions and families sometimes use folk dancing to accompany _____________.
8. Societies that depend on hunting, with or without agriculture, often have a yearly cycle related to animals and their seasonal habits. For a common entertainment, they use _______________________.
9. The most important element in a folk dance is __________________________.
10. Three prompts used with Olympic rhythmic dancing are _________, _________ and ___________.
11. Some dances are recognized by their movements and _____________.
12. Folk dancing is _________ and exposes children to dances from different social and historical times.
13. Locomotor movements that probably would not be used in young childrenâ€™s dances include ______________, and ______________.
14. According to doâ€™s and donâ€™ts of dance rules, one should avoid declining a dance under most circumstances unless the person is ___________________________.
15. A person who creates dance compositions and arranges dance movements is called the _________.
16. ___________ is the prominence of a syllable in terms of differential loudness or pitch.
17. Movements from one place to another by feet are called ____________.
18. An opening remark, action, etc. designed to ease tension or relieve formality is called __________.
19. A popular American folk dance for upper elementary students and older is called ______________.
20. Twisting, bending, and stretching are categorized as ________________________ skills.
21. The use of prompts in rhythmic gymnastics could be considered using _______________________.
22. A social benefit from dancing __________________.
23. A dance using 4 couples that start in positions facing another couple and generally uses calls for the entire dance is called a ________________.
24. Different formations for a folk dance include _____________, ______________, ______________ and _________________.
25. When teaching students a dance, the dance should be taught from the beginning to the end which in physical education is called ___________________________.