Chinese dance draws from more than 56 diverse ethnic groups, traditional Chinese opera, martial arts and ballet. While challenging to master, Chinese Dance is also great fun! Think of it as ballet, modern dance, rhythmic gymnastics, martial arts, acrobatics, and more, all rolled into one. The costumes are usually very colorful, and many dances use props, such as fans, swords, ribbons, long sleeves, umbrellas, and hats. There are two broad categories of Chinese Dance: Ethnic/Folk and Classical/Traditional. (from www.caamcdt.org)
1.To cultivate children’s interest in dance;
2.Learn the basic performance of dance;
3.Basic physical training, and learn some basic Chinese dance;
4.Begin to master the simple use of the performance of Chinese dance props, such as handkerchief, tambourine and so on.
1.Strengthen the physical training, and basic skills training;
2.Need to adapt to the correct dance posture, complete, smooth, accurate, elegantly performing a variety of styles of dance;
3.Learn about different ethnic dances, to understand the different dance styles and movement performance, acquire a certain amount of footwork and hand positions;
4.To have more use of the performance of Chinese dance props such as fans, umbrellas and so on.