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  • Braelinn: Come on you can do this, just remember your triple steps and follow the rhythm of the jazz music!"
  • Dylan:"I think I got the hang of this swing dancing moves!"
  • Sarah:" Guys twist your hips like no one is watching!"
  • Bob: " Also, guys the most important part is to Twist like no one is watching!"
  • Steve,Ian, and Ascher:"YMCA!"
  • Alivia, Arabella , and Amelia: Give me a Y-M-C-A!"
  • Dance in the 1950's :Teens' dancing during the 1950s was widely varied in steps and styling.  Most of it was still swing-based, but swing had been diverging into local styles and regional variations each decade for thirty years.  In one high school it might be low and smooth; in another, wild and angular.  In some areas it was constant swing moves, while in others it was dancing with steps in place, simply holding your partner's hand, with no swing moves.
  • Micheal Jackson: " Let us dream of tomorrow where we can truly love from the soul, and know love as the ultimate truth at the heart at the heart of all creations."
  • Dance in the 1960's: The Twist was a rock and roll dance popular in the early 1960s named after the song that originated it, The Twist. It was the first major international rock and roll dance style in which the couples did not have to touch each other while dancing.The dance was first popularized by Chubby Checker in 1960 with a hit cover of the 1959 minor hit "The Twist" written by Hank Ballard.
  • Bryce:" Are ya'll ready for the Cowboy Shuffle!"
  • Abby: " Guys also don't forgot the pattern in this dance."
  • Dance in the 1970's :The iconic 1978 song “YMCA” by The Village People, spawned the popular dance that is one of the few which does not require the use of ones feet. Participants need only move their arms to form the letters Y, M, C, A, whenever those letters are sung in the lyrics. People generally skip around and freestyle during other parts of the song. This dance is so catchy, simple and fun for all that is still commonly done today.
  • Kendallyn:" I love doing the Cha-Cha-Slide!"
  • Dance in the 1980's: It was Micheal Jackson who made the moonwalk his own, sharpening it up with a snappier heel and a slicker glide. In this and many other ways, he changed the face of dance.The moonwalk is a dance move in which the dancer moves backwards while seemingly walking forwards. A popping move, it became popular around the world after Micheal Jackson.
  • Dance in the 1990's: Country line dance is a choreographed dance with a repeated sequence of steps in which a group of people dance in one or more lines or rows, all facing either each or in the same direction, and executing the steps at the same time. Unlike circle dancing, line dancers are not in physical contact with each other.Line dancing is practiced and learned in country-western dance bars, social clubs, dance clubs and ballrooms. It
  • Dance in the 2000's: In the 2000's dance has come a long way because hip hop got bigger starting the 2000's and also music for hip hop has came a long way. People have gotten more inspired in hip hop dance and have created amazing dance moves.
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