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Music and movement slideshow

  1. 1. By Madison ChiltonParticipation in Occupation
  2. 2. Participation in occupation Music and dance has always been apart of my life, my father is a singer, my nana a dancer and I love to do both. I chose music and movement as occupations of choice for this slide show as I love to dance and listen to music, I also believe music to be very therapeutic and is present in one way or another in many lives.
  3. 3.  Within my fieldwork setting music and movement were present everyday. For a number of reasons music and movement were used throughout the setting: relaxation, bringing people together, everyone can be included in some way, therapeutic, happiness and joy developed because of it, can be used as a reward, encouragement and a moral booster.
  4. 4. Doing – goal orientatedoccupations gives people a sensea achievement. E.g. Learning toplay the piano. Madison, C. (2012)
  5. 5. Belonging – social interaction,being apart of something. Dancingin a group gives one a sense ofbelonging. Ballet Dance Experts (n.d.).
  6. 6. Being – being with valued people.Having fun, laughing, Happiness isboosted by others who care aboutyou. Madison, C. (2012)
  7. 7. Becoming – who or what we wantto become. Perhaps a balletdancer, being inspired by another.Simple Template. (2011).
  8. 8. Being – The time taken to reflect.Relaxing being totally absorbed inmusic, the moment, appreciatingthe sound. Madison, C. (2012)
  9. 9. Belonging – being a part ofsomething, that sense ofbelonging. Dance culture and beinginvolved with the people and wayof being. Squidoo. (2012).
  10. 10. Madison, C. (2012)
  11. 11. Favim. (2011).
  12. 12. Madison, C. (2012).
  13. 13. Wrong Movement. (n.d).
  14. 14. Madison, C. (2012)
  15. 15. : Ellen eggink hooland (n.d).
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  17. 17. Learning Disabilities Information. (2010).
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  19. 19. Host. (2011).
  20. 20. Superior dad. (2012).
  21. 21. Word Press. (n.d).
  22. 22. Author unkown. (2011).
  23. 23. extremem dance. (2011).
  24. 24. References :Favim. (2011). Retrieved from http://favim.com/image/247389/Wrong Movement. Retrieved fromhttp://wrongmovement.blogspot.co.nz/2008/03/terminator7-2005_4771.htmlLearning Disabilities Information. (2010). Retrieved fromhttp://www.ldafl.org/page/27Superior dad. (2012). Retrieved fromhttp://ksuperioridad.wordpress.com/2012/01/30/dance-like-no-ones-watchingHost. (2011). Retreived fromhttp://www.radio4by4.com/Home/Blog/tabid/874/EntryId/266/Juliet-Star-a-Trance-DJ-from-San-Diego-CA.aspx.Ellen eggink hooland. Retrieved fromhttp://www.celticcafe.com/archive/Shows/TODM/tdotmdan.htm
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