THE LITTLE MERMAID BALLET 2020: BALLET TEACHING STYLES TO DEVELOP THE DANCE TECHNIQUES, MUSICAL SKILLS AND PERFORMANCE SKILLS OF THE LEARNERS

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  • PADPARADSCHA KAEWPLOY

Keywords:

Teaching Styles Ballet, Dance Technique, Performance Skill, Learner

Abstract

This article describes the ballet teaching styles to develop dance technique skills, musical skills and performance skills for the Ballet Performance, The Little Mermaid 2020 of Suksiri Dance Studio. This performance is one of the academic services learning programs in 2020 of Faculty of Music and Performing Arts at Burapha University. The content demonstrates the ballet teaching styles which were adapted from Mosston’s teaching styles styles: 1) command style, 2) practical style, 3) reciprocal style, 4) self-check, 5) inclusion style, 6) guide delivery and 7) divergent style.

However, each ballet teaching style does not have a fixed formula for effective results; The instructor needs to have sufficient experience in implementing and developing a suitable teaching style for the learner group, social context, and era. Moreover, providing a stage experience for students is also a goal in dance education. The performance inspires learners to enhance knowledge and indicate their future careers to the students.

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Published

24-12-2021

How to Cite

KAEWPLOY , P. (2021). THE LITTLE MERMAID BALLET 2020: BALLET TEACHING STYLES TO DEVELOP THE DANCE TECHNIQUES, MUSICAL SKILLS AND PERFORMANCE SKILLS OF THE LEARNERS . Journal of Suan Sunandha Arts and Culture, 1(1), 55–68. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/artsjournal_ssru/article/view/253580