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9 subcategories 5 Projects 29 Resources

Subcategories:
  • Ballet (7)
  • Ballroom Dancing (2)
  • Ceremonial Dancing (2)
  • Dancers (1)
  • Folk Dancing (2)
  • Hula and Tahitian Dancing (4)
  • Modern Dancing (1)
  • Tap Dancing (1)
  • Traditional Dancing (5)

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    Resources

    Results 21 thru 29 of 29 total resources.

    21.  Web Site
    Dance Links
    Links to different dance organizations
    22.  Image
    Mardi Gras Dancers
    A Mardi Gras Dancers performing in New Orleans. (Keywords: celebration, Louisiana)
    23.  Video
    New Orleans
    A short video clip of Mardi Gras performers. Listen to the music played while dancers perform.
    24.  Image
    Tahitian Dancers
    Tahitian dancers perform on Bastille Day
    Curriculum: Performing Arts
    25.  Image
    Religious Ceremony in Peru
    Dancers wearing colorful costumes and masks.
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    26.  Video
    Okinawan Fan Dance
    Video of a traditional fan dance performed for the royal court of Okinawa, Japan during the 17th and 18th centuries.
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    27.  Image
    Radio City Music Hall in New York
    Built in 1932, the Art Deco Theater has showcased many artists and the famous Radio City Rockettes over the decades
    Curriculum: Performing Arts, History/Social Science
    28.  Image
    Lion Dancer
    Young lion dancers performing in a San Francisco Chinatown restaurant to bring good fortune and prosperity
    Curriculum: History/Social Science, Performing Arts
    29.  Image
    Three Dancing Women
    Greek sculpture displayed in the British Museum
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    Grades: 6


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