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Books on ballet teaching techniques

by Guest8813  |  11 years, 2 month(s) ago

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Hello

I am training on a teaching course at the moment for ballet. A lot of work
that needs to be done is around breakdown, analysis, teaching points and
learning outcomes of various ballet steps.

Would you happen to know of a good book that covers teaching points and
learning outcomes of ballet steps?

Obviously, when dancing the steps you can think of various teaching points
but it would be nice to know of a book that covers relevant points rather than
myself getting carried away with some that are not necessary.

Any information appreciate.

Thanks

Samantha

P.S I found your article on fouette of adage very helpful.

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  1. Mitchel
    There are numerous books written on the art and craft of the ballet dancing, i would suggest you some ballet books that would surely assist you in your ballet teaching classes: 100 Lessons in Classical Ballet: The Eight-Year Program of Leningrad's Vaganova Choreographic School The Ballet Companion : A Dancer's Guide to the Technique, Traditions, and Joys of Ballet (Hardcover) by Eliza Gaynor Minden The Pointe Book: Shoes, Training & Technique Ballet's Magic Kingdom: Selected Writings on Dance in Russia, 1911-1925 (Hardcover) by Akim Volynsky

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