THE SMART AND EASY WAY TO CREATE AND ORGANIZE YOUR JAZZ DANCE CLASSES!
Watch a quick video showing how easy it is to use Dance Class Planners here on TPT
Keeping track of your dance classes has never been easier. With Dance Class Planner you can easily and quickly choose the step or exercise from the drop down menu then add your Jazz combination in the box below. Dance Class Planner – Beginner to Advanced Jazz Class helps you spend your valuable time more wisely so you can share your love of dance like never before!
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Dance Class Planner is divided into six editable areas:
1- Class Details: Name, Date, Time, Class Number and Studio
2- Welcome Activities with a drop down menu that allows you to choose common activities or TYPE YOUR OWN!
3- A text box for typing your Class Theme and/or Goals for the Class
4-Warm Up Exercises with drop down menus populated with isolations, pliés, tendus, grand battements, etc. This drop down menu also allows you to type the name of your own exercise if you prefer. To the Right of this Drop Down Menu is text box for you to note your CD track or name of song.
5-Center Exercises offer Chassés, Pirouettes, Jazz Square, Choreography and more. You can always add your own text in the Drop Down Box!
6- Reflection Activities encourage you to note overall feedback from the class, reminders, handouts and Reverence.
Warm Up Includes: Isolations, Pliés, Tendus, Flex Point, Dégagé, Battements, Stretch, Elevé, Releve, Lunges, Splits, Sautés
Center and Across the Floor Exercises include: Battements across the floor, Grapevine, Jazz Square, Pivot or Paddle turns, Pas de Bourree, Passé, Pirouettes, Chasses, Chainee, Big Jumps, Floor Work and Choreography
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Save your PDF with your class name to re-use this form over and over for every class you teach. You'll never wonder what combination you did last week, last month or last year!
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