Fall 2010 - Undergraduate Course Description
Intructor:
Reese, Venus
Discipline and Number
DANC 3332 Section: 001
Day:
TR Time: 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Course Title:
Hip-Hop Dance II

DESCRIPTION OF COURSE:

This is a gentle and fun continued journey into the world of Hip-Hop dance. The students will learn Hip-Hop movement vocabulary and learn simple Hip-Hop dance routines. Previous experience in Hip-Hop dance is not required but preferred. Students will have the opportunity to bring their favorite Hip-Hop/R & B songs to class and have dance moves set to their song. The music can be ol' school or current. The fundamental requirement for the class is a profound love and respect for Hip-Hop and respect for others. Each student will keep a process log, view two Hip-Hop or contemporary dance events, and participate in a cypher. Students will also have the opportunity to "trade" moves so that everyone learns from each other. Hip-Hop dance is all about unity, encouragement, and inclusion. This class is design to honor Hip-Hop culture at its best.

Students will dance, create movement vocabulary, learned movement vocabulary as well as view Hip-Hop/contemporary dance, live and recorded, as a stimulus for Hip-Hop dance.
The student will be able to use the movement vocabularies and various approaches to Hip-Hop dance covered during this course to creatively demonstrate comprehension of the material covered.

REQUIRED TEXTS:

None

COURSE REQUIREMENTS/EVALUATION CRITERIA:

I am waiving the prerequisite for this course. If you want to learn, and willing to do the work, you are welcomed to take this course.

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