Tip for Today: Teaching tough choreography to Beginners

| August 17, 2008 | 0 Comments

Have a difficult section of choreography to teach and a lot of beginner performers?  Teach 8-counts at a time to the entire group, making sure your veterans understand.  Thend divide the group into squads and allow the veterans to work in small groups with the rookies.  Monitor progress and move on when they’re ready, 8-counts at a time.  Rookies will feel less overwhelmed and Vets will develop teaching and leadership skills!

-Catina Anderson, Editor, Coach at Broad Run High School, Ashburn, VA

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