- A Bit of Singing and Dancing
- Dramatic Arts students offering drama(acting) dancing lessons and a little bit of singing
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View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title This volume is part of a series of novels, plays and stories intended for use at A Level.
A Bit of Singing and Dancing
About the Author : Susan Hill is the author of many books published by Penguin. Create a Want. Other Popular Editions of the Same Title. Hamilton, Hardcover.
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Isis L Longman, Softcover. Search for all books with this author and title. As children, we use our voice and other instruments to express feelings, but they also serve important learning functions — they teach us pattern, pulse, rhyme and structure, without the complication of language; they teach us the way humans bond and express emotion; they give us pleasure and encourage imagination and story-telling.
Dramatic Arts students offering drama(acting) dancing lessons and a little bit of singing
The meaning of music or dance is not dependent on language. Our first response to music is through the movement of the body.
Babies create their own choreography in the womb, they are practising stretching, kicking and hitting movements and small children become totally absorbed in the physical sensation of movement. Improving airflow in the upper respiratory tract impedes the bacteria that can cause colds and flu.
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I have observed that singing together improves children's behaviour. They can express their feelings of joy or excitement, of being scared or proud. I believe this is an impossible demand, and an undesirable one too.