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 Dans i grundskolans tidigaste år:  Dans i skolan på kommunala skolor respektive friskolor
Karlstad University, Faculty of Arts and Education.
2010 (Swedish)Independent thesis Advanced level (professional degree), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [en]

Examensarbete lärarutbildningen 2010-06-16 Madelen Handell Svensson Vt 2010 Estetiskt lärande och Specialpedagogik

Abstract

Individualized is among the most important things for students. The teacher always has to provide for every pupil's needs, both special needs and challenge.

Dance is a rhythmic exercise that often is carried out to musical. Dance uses human body as a medium and is movements, rhythm and expression of feelings. Dance is a combination of various feelings[1].Dance awakes feelings that are easier to describe in experiences than in words. The word dance is defined differently in different countries, it varies as well from time to time and from person to person[2]. Dance is something that differs depending on personal experience and which part of the world the dance is performed in. Dance influences the entire body and all senses. Children have a need of movement[3].

The purpose of the essay is to describe the situation in municipal schools and independent schools concerning dance. 14 headmasters and 14 primary school teachers have participated in a survey aimed to investigate dance at school.

The result shows that the role of dance at a school varies depending on school and municipality. The biggest responsibility for organizing dance at school is on physical education teachers. Some schools have no dance at all, while other schools have dance regularly scheduled as a endowed as own matter. Independent schools have more regular dance each week. Dance is often included in physical education, or one optional subject. Compared to municipal schools, private schools often have employed dance teachers and dance is a part of the curriculum. In independent schools, dance is more subject-integrated than in municipal schools. In independent schools the possibilities to try different types of dance are in many cases wider compared to municipal schools, where the focus is mostly on pair dance and traditional dance.  

Keywords: Dance, aesthetic learning, municipal schools, independent schools

[1] Lija, 2005, sid 7

[2] Bjertoft, 2004, sid 6

[3] Lilja, 2005, sid 14, 28-29

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2010. , p. 65
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Dans, estetiskt lärande, kommunala skolor, friskolor.
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URN: urn:nbn:se:kau:diva-5897OAI: oai:DiVA.org:kau-5897DiVA, id: diva2:325240
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2010-06-16, Karlstad, 19:59
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