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Ballet: Physical and Social Effects           By Karson Orrick
History• Invented in the early 15th  century• Peeked during the Italian  Renaissance• Blossomed in Russia and Europe
Types        •Formal        •Pointe
Equipment•Gel toe pads•Shoes•Leotard•Bar
Positions                PositionsFirst             Second            Third        Forth               Fifth
TechniquesTechniques           Techniques                                 ”Ballet technique                               ...
Common Misconceptions•Does not require strength•Flexibility
Physical AdvantagesPhysical Advantages                •Core strength                •Body control                •Graceful...
Physical Disadvantages•Required/pressured tomaintain a lean, fit physique•Low self-esteem
Social Advantages
Social Disadvantages             Social Disadvantages“Letting go of perfectionism,so ingrained in the nature of a ballet d...
Works CitedSlide 2 image retrieved from Microsoft PowerPoint Clip ArtSlide 3 image received from Microsoft PowerPoint Clip...
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  1. 1. Ballet: Physical and Social Effects By Karson Orrick
  2. 2. History• Invented in the early 15th century• Peeked during the Italian Renaissance• Blossomed in Russia and Europe
  3. 3. Types •Formal •Pointe
  4. 4. Equipment•Gel toe pads•Shoes•Leotard•Bar
  5. 5. Positions PositionsFirst Second Third Forth Fifth
  6. 6. TechniquesTechniques Techniques ”Ballet technique is arbitrary and”Ballet technique is arbitrary very difficult. Itand very difficult. never becomesIt never becomes easy... it easy... it becomesbecomes possible.” possible.” - Agnes de Mille - Agnes de Mille
  7. 7. Common Misconceptions•Does not require strength•Flexibility
  8. 8. Physical AdvantagesPhysical Advantages •Core strength •Body control •Gracefulness
  9. 9. Physical Disadvantages•Required/pressured tomaintain a lean, fit physique•Low self-esteem
  10. 10. Social Advantages
  11. 11. Social Disadvantages Social Disadvantages“Letting go of perfectionism,so ingrained in the nature of a ballet dancer,can be the most difficult thing.” - Author Unknown
  12. 12. Works CitedSlide 2 image retrieved from Microsoft PowerPoint Clip ArtSlide 3 image received from Microsoft PowerPoint Clip ArtSlide 4 image received from Microsoft PowerPoint Clip ArtSlide 5 image received from http://burnabysouthdance.blogspot.com/Slide 6 image received from Microsoft PowerPoint Clip ArtSlide 7 image received from Microsoft PowerPoint Clip ArtSlide 8 image received from http://burnabysouthdance.blogspot.com/Slide 9 image received from Microsoft PowerPoint Clip ArtSlide 11 image received from “The Developing Child” by Helen BeeSlide 11 image received from Microsoft PowerPoint Clip Art
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