Many teachers would love to incorporate dance into their classrooms. But how? This valuable site from Annenberg Learner answers exactly this question. It features the methods of two very different educators, one from Brooklyn and the other from New Orleans, who have found various ways to integrate dance into their lesson plans. The site is clearly organized, with sections such as People and Schools, which provides biographies of and interviews with the showcased teachers, and Who Should Watch, a brief overview of the target audience. Additionally, educators will want to peruse Activities and Discussion and Additional Resources for thought-provoking questions and helpful links to other Annenberg Learner sites and resources around the web.


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