2005-12-31Course NameMore Description About the CourseYour NameYour Title1stLine of Your Organization2ndLine of Your OrganizationBODY LANGUAGE ANDBODY LANGUAGE ANDDANCINGDANCING
2INTRODUCTION ABOUT BODY LANGUAGE ANDDANCING· Body language is a form of mental and physicalability of human non-verbal communication,consisting of body posture, gestures, facialexpressions, and eye movements. Humans sendand interpret such signals almost entirelysubconsciously.· Dance is a type of art that generally involvesmovements of the body (flexibility, aerobicstamina...). It is performed in many cultures as aform of emotional expression. Choreography is theart of creating dances.
3FLAMENCO- Definition: Flamenco is a genre of Spanish music song, and dancefrom Andalusia that includes singing, guitar playing, danceand handclap.Flamenco’s dance is known by: His emotional intensity, his proudcarriage and his eloquence.- Styles of Flamenco:· Alegrías· Bulerías· Fandangos· Rumbas· Sevillanas· Tango
4RUMBA-It was born in the 19th century.-It has a festive character.-It’s characterized by a sensual dance.-Now it’s considered one of the most important styles inflamenco.
5BALLROOM DANCES- Ballroom dance is a set of partner dances.- Socially and competitivity.- Enjoyed on stage, film, and television.- The styles were developed in England.- Now, they are regulated by the World DanceCouncil.
6TANGO- It was originated 1890s along the Río de la Plata,the natural border between Argentina andUruguay.- The music derived from the fusion of various formsof music from Europe and the dance, in lowerdistricts in Buenos Aires or Montevideo.- Tango consists of a variety of styles that developedin different regions and areas of Argentina aswell as in other locations around the world.
7BELLY DANCING (DANCES OF THE WORLD)- Improvised dances based ontorso articulation originatingfrom the Middle East.- Its characterized by theclothes that women use todance it.- Belly dance takes manydifferent forms depending onthe country and region.
8BELLY DANCING (DANCES OF THE WORLD)- Some Greek and Roman sources describedancers from Asia Minor and Spain usingundulating movements.-Some experts think that belly dancing takes itsroots from Anciente Greece and Rome.- In 19th, European travellers in the Middle Eastwrote extensive accounts of the dancers theysaw there.- Women in this countries danced it to seducemen.
9THE TRIBAL DANCES IN AFRICA (DANCES OF THEWORLD)- These dances for Africans is a way to show their concerns,wishes, culture, feelings, society...- It is a dance inspired by its natural surroundings performinggestures and movements.- They pass from generation to generation.- It is an aerobic exercise with arms and legs movements.- Most of the sounds are made with drums and bongos.
10THE TRIBAL DANCES IN AFRICA (DANCES OF THEWORLD)- The African dances have its origins in rituals of participationin the cosmogony (nature, change of seasons...)- They also treat personal matters like birth, initiation toadulthood, old age and death.- Some places where Africandances are practised:· Senegal· South Africa· Ivory Coast· Guinea· Kassouke
11THEATRE- Theatre is a collaborative form offine art that uses live performersto show a situation in a specificplace.- The performers communicate thisthanks to dance, songs, gesture,speech...-Its based on body language.Types of theatreDramaMusicalComedyTragedy
12PROJECT BY...Josemary García Blanco (1ºBTOA)Cristina Gutiérrez Pardo(1ºBTO D)Ana del Rocío Medina de la Torre(1ºBTO D)Noelia Ramos Fernández (1ºBTOB)María Sánchez Cruz(1ºBTO A)