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Mad About Dance: Bk 3

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Motivate, Action, Discovery

Written by a highly skilled dance teacher, Mad About Dance Book 3, offers creative, ready-to-teach units in dance to help senior primary students explore, express, create and think about issues and problems that humans face. It contains units based on appealing and accessible sources of motivation.

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Ages: 11-13 | Pages: 56
Code: 0369 | ISBN: 9781877440694

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Greg Pearce

Over the 15 years he has been a teacher, Greg Pearce has worn many hats. He has been a classroom teacher, specialist arts teacher, lecturer and adviser in schools. He has developed performing arts troupes and cultural groups, as well as being involved in musical theatre as a performer. He enjoys finding ways to make dance accessible to all teachers and students. A particular interest is promoting boys in dance. Together with Ginny Thorner, Greg teaches performing arts classes privately with Momentum Performing Arts. He is also a key member of the Learning Through the Arts team and is a co-director of the highly successful Christchurch Original Dance Festival.