Articulating a movement language that is received (without words) can be tricky and there are many styles of teaching and learning in which dance can be shared. How do you best respond when movement and language are involved? What style of communication do you resonate with? Should there be a difference when teachers speak in the classroom/studio (academic) versus in a choreographic/rehearsal (artistic) setting? Please describe your preferred mode of receiving movement information – casual, highly rigorous and repetitive, physically demonstrated while describing the action, or only verbal cues and instructions?
Speaking in ‘dance’