活力青少年舞蹈团

活力青少年舞蹈团是创建2003年8月,是开在澳洲这片多元文化的国土上开放的一支含苞待放的小花蕾。是由全市具有优秀舞蹈潜质的在校学生组成的少儿舞蹈艺术团体, 在这里学习舞蹈的孩子是一群在舞蹈世界里自由翱翔的梦想家,他们享有一流的教学环境及优秀的师资资源。舞蹈团成立为一个以青少年为核心的表演舞蹈团。演出的舞蹈作品和训练课程基本结合澳中两国的文化背景而定制,为了就是让在澳洲有着不同背景的孩子们和华人后代在澳洲也能学习到中国传统的艺术文化,让中华文化继续在这个美丽的国土上传承下去。

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  • 培养学生艺术兴趣,提升学生艺术修养,增强学生艺术素质。
  • 逐步打造和树立舞蹈艺术的优质品牌,争取在澳洲-阿德莱德乃至中国和国际上有一定的知名度。
  • 为发展地方经济、学生业余生活、构建和谐社会作出应有贡献。

舞蹈团将根据每年小学员人数定量的原则,每年都有计划地进行选拔与考核,挑选优秀小演员按比例升入艺术团演出团队,形成表演班和预备班,实现学员的优化组合。在团队建设过程中,以节目创排为主要,进行分层次的专业技能技巧和综合能力的培训。每学期根据学员年龄、学员基础,制定不同的教学计划和教学内容,有重点地加强某一方面能力的训练。教学以丰富的中国民族民间舞素材、规范的芭蕾舞训练、融入西方舞蹈文化,各种舞蹈种类的训练、优秀的创编节目及保留节目排练等为内容,提高学生的技能、技巧和表演能力。每学期的学校假期,都安排小演员集训,并且聘请当地专业团体的资深老师对学生们进行指点和强化训练,提高孩子们的专业舞蹈技艺。

舞蹈是一门综合性艺术,舞蹈集体能、艺能、知能、气质于一体,对青少年各方面素质均起着促进作用。同时丰富学生的课余生活,陶冶学生的情操。舞蹈教育是很独特的一门教育,它在小学、中学所发挥的作用是其它学科不具备的,舞蹈教育在小学教育中,能更好地更形象地培养学生的品德性格,提高学生的身体素质,发展智力、表现能力,让小学生感知美、表现美,同样,教师也要抓住学生心理采用“赏识教育”,让舞蹈更充分在学生成长中发挥到作用。总之普及舞蹈教育在中小学阶段,能更好地促进学生身心发展,让学生在舞蹈中真实地感受美、认识美、理解美、表现美。
舞蹈能增强体质,改变不良姿态,使其动作协调优美。舞蹈训练使学生变被动为主动,培养其自制、自恃能力及意志品质。青少年儿童好奇心强,好动、爱模仿、表现舞蹈课、能满足其以上特征。表现性舞蹈的学习使学生出大力,流大汗,每个动作都要反复进行训练,付出辛勤的劳动,这能培养学生战胜困难的信心和力量,使其意志品质得到锻炼。舞蹈能增强集体荣誉感。青少儿舞蹈一般都是以群体为主,再排练演出形成一定的集体。一个舞蹈节目排练演出成功,是大家共同努力得到,可以增强集体向心力,以集体成功为荣。按学习迁移规律,在舞蹈排练中形成的集体荣誉感可以迁移到班集体、校集体,甚至一个民族、一个国家的集体荣誉感上去。
基于舞蹈的种种教育作用,我们把创建舞蹈社团,使它们相互关联、亲密配合,使之更适合中小学生的发展要求。学生在学习舞蹈的同时,亦受到音乐的熏陶,在某种程度上说,舞蹈亦用来解释音乐,借用我国著名音乐家吴祖强的话说:“从一定意义上说:在舞蹈艺术中,音乐是舞蹈的声音,舞蹈则是音乐的形体,一个有形上反映人的指挥的至美的艺术想象产物之一”。

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Dynamism Youth Dance Group

The Dynamism Youth Dance Group was founded in August 2003, and is a budding blossom on this multicultural land of Australia. The group consists of school students with strong potentials in dance from all over Adelaide. Each child studying here is a dreamer flying freely in the world of dance, enjoying an education environment of premium standard and a first-rate teaching resource. The group was established to have children and teens as its core, with a fusion of Australian and Chinese cultural backgrounds as the basis for performance and training repertoire, in order for Australian children of various nationalities and backgrounds, as well as descendants of Chinese immigrants to be able to learn about the traditional art and culture of China even in Australia, so that its wonders may continue to be spread across this nation.

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  • Cultivate students’ artistic interest, strengthen their artistic self-development, and enhance their artistic awareness.
  • Step-by-step construction and ascertaining of a quality dance group brand, striving to achieve a certain degree of visibility, from within Adelaide to China and the world.
  • Provide a positive contribution to the local economy, students’ hobby lives, and the building of a harmonious society.

The planned selection and audition processes are carried out annually, taking into account the principle of having a fixed quantity of students each year, in order to select the brightest kids to join the performing group in accordance to ratio, form performing and preparatory classes, and thus bringing about optimal combinations. During the team building process, the designing of programs is the main focus, accompanied by professional technique and general skill training at each level. Teaching plans and content for each term will be formulated according to the average age and skill level of students, giving emphasis on strengthening of specific areas. The repertoire consists of rich Chinese traditional dance material, standardized ballet training, various western dance forms, excellent choreographed programs as well as reserved programs, all aimed at improving student skills, techniques and performance capability. During school holidays between each term, group activity will be organised for the little dancers, where teachers of high expertise from professional dance organisations are invited to provide insight and intensive training.

Dance is an integrated art form, combining the physical, the artistic, the intellectual and the spiritual in one, and as such is an activity that is beneficial to all aspects of development in young people, as well as enriching their lives out of academic study. Dance education is unique in that its effect on primary and secondary school students cannot be provided through other subjects. For example, dance in primary education can contribute to character building, encouraging students to sense and express beauty. At the same time, teachers must seize the opportunity to appeal to students’ psychological needs via rewarding and appreciation, in order for dance to better exert its positive influence on their growth. Generally speaking, extensive use of dance in primary and secondary education would aid the physical and mental development of children and teens in every constructive way, as it is the ideal method in which students may learn to experience, recognise, understand, and convey the concept of beauty.

Dance can improve fitness and correct bad posture, leading to coordination and grace in one’s movement. Dance training transforms students’ attitudes from passive to assertive, thus training their ability to self-discipline and strengthen willpower. School-aged children are at the stage of life where they are highly curious, active, driven to imitate and perform – traits which can all be fulfilled in a dance lesson. Dance performance requires students to use a high amount of energy, having to practice each move repeatedly, which makes it an activity requiring much hard work, thus, training students’ confidence and motivation to overcome difficulties. Dance also promotes the sense of team pride and honour. Children’s dance classes usually train as a large group initially, then forming set teams during rehearsal and performance. A successful performance is the result of everybody’s work, which gives all involved a sense of team spirit. This sense of team spirit acquired through dance may then be transferred upon the class and the school, perhaps even the culture, the country.

Because of the many educational roles of dance, we have founded the dance group to be one that is suitable for the developmental needs of primary and high school students, and deeply connected with all its aspects. While studying dance, students are also influenced and inspired by music, so it could be said that dance can also be used to explain music. In the words of famous Chinese musician Wu Zuqiang: “In a certain sense, in the art of dance, music is the voice of dance, while dance is the body of music. It is an artistic imagination’s product of perfection.”

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