The independent variable was dancing for two minutes. The constant is the speed to the song, temperature, age, and time. Data Collected – See data table attached. Discussions and Conclusions – My hypothesis was supported because the people who danced before they squeezed their clothes pins ended up having more squeezes than the people who rested before squeezing clothes pins. Suggestions for Improvement – Variables that might have influenced the outcome of my experiment were how fast or vigorous a person was dancing compared to another, someone’s motivation to squeeze the clothes pin more than others, and the amount of time each person rested before squeezing clothes pins for the first time.
In the video, the dance looked like it was very easy to execute but having already been in the technique class all year, it is amazing to know that doing the movements correctly is actually difficult. May O’Donnell constructs her pieces with the use of spacial structure. She organizes her dancers so that different groups are spread out differently throughout the stage and at times she uses all dancers in one singular spacial structure, like a diagonal. She changes the organization on stage frequently so that the audience would be constantly captivated by the rapid action on stage. She also uses many other choreographic tools to keep the attention of the audience and bring contrast to her piece.
All the colors, those huge skirts, and all that makeup just resemblance happiness. When I dance it seems I’m in another world, I enjoy it so much. It doesn’t matter how big or small the audience is; the feeling is the same. As a little girl I didn’t put that much of attention to a
20. Nonna’s secret is that Christina’s father is actually Marcus Sanford, at this point in the movie; all the secrets have been told. 21. “National Wog Day” at the end of the movie is more upbeat and different because Josie is happy and invites Jacob and her friends to attend with her; this shows that she has embraced her culture. When she puts on the music and starts dancing, it shows she is happy.
Throughout grade school I competed in many dance competitions, solo and group dances and have been on 3-dance teams in my entire life. I still love to dance and I don’t think it is a love that one ever loses. I turn to dance to make me happy and have no problems busting a move whenever the opportunity presents itself. 2. Yes, I see many ritualistic dances of primitive societies to commemorate death, healing, or praise.
The frequency of this course was very high for having more than 60 minutes of play for two weeks straight. This is an excellent amount of physical activity for a day to day amount of exercise. It was important to have this daily physical activity, however difficult to play for the entire hour and a half. Even so, it was beneficial because we were able to take breaks and play with the intensity that we wished. With higher intensity came a higher heart rate, and overall better cardiovascular health.
Page 1 Anna Halprin: Breath Made Visible The title of the film is Breath Made Visible and the main artists featured where Anna Halpin, Merce Cunningham, John Graham, and A.A. Leath. In the movie, all these artists where at some point team mates and danced together. Although the group ended up separating, their bond and love for each other still remains. I think it was awesome that after all those years they are still friends and keep in touch, that also shows they have a good relationship. The artists were very close and they all loved to dance together and learned from each other.
I then began to take the tests required to advance to the next level. Just recently actually, I passed the Senior Moves in the Field test, which I am especially ecstatic about because passing that test signified that I have completed all the other test and reached the highest level. Another aspect of figure skating I absolutely love is the competitions. I love the pounding of my heart and the surge of adrenaline flowing through my body the moments before I take the ice. What I like about the competitions is not winning a gold medal because to be honest I probably lost more than I have won.
Analysis I believe my strength is in the cardiovascular health section. It makes sense, because it is the section that I enjoy the most in my everyday life. Indeed, I had no difficulty to do the one-mile walk test, because I often walk to go at the grocery, or to go at the bank, for example. So, walking is a part of my everyday life activities. In addition, I did pretty good in the 12-minutes run also, probably because running is my favourite sport.
Balance one of the most commonly cited benefits of dance for older people is an improvement in balance. Balance, mobility and fear of falling are major factors associated with the risk of falling in older people. dance studies have shown improvements in balance either in general or in association with specific conditions such as parkinson’s disease. improved balance arising from dance has been found in studies of jazz dance, argentine tango, caribbean dance and social dance. a group of older social dancers from the Bronx, who were studied, averaged 80 years of age, danced on average four days per month, and had a median length of time dancing of 30 years.