Do you remember dancing the night away with the newest songs rocking out to your favourite tunes?. Now, you will get to relive those magical moments starting in the 1940s to the present day.
This term I have been focusing on finding backstories I interviewed Greg about his dancing memories. His most memorable dance was the school discos. He especially liked the halloween disco because you could dress up like a monster or vampire and scare people as they walked pass. If he could relive those moments I wonder if he would do anything different. I wonder if we do more school discos now days than back then.
We also interviewed Susan Pageot about her dance memories. She remembers the Form 1 social dances because the atmosphere was tense as all the girls were standing in one corner and all the boys in the other all staring at each other , waiting for someone to ask someone else to dance. If she could change that now she would have been more confident so she could have had more fun. The dance reminded her of square dancing and line dancing and her favourite part of the night was putting on her new skirt that was made for the dance.
Now when there are school dances you arrive and search for your friends and random dance. If you stay to see us perform our modern dance you will see how dances have changed over time and leave a vote for your favourite dance over all. We wonder if in the future dances will change again or stay the same or go back to the way they were?
At the beginning of last term we were told we we looking at backstories which we didn't know much about. We were worried because we would have to learn what backstories were. With help we learnt what they were and built on our skills. This made a big difference to how the project moved along. The turning point for us was creating our own backstories this showed us how backstories should be presented . Now we feel good about how our project is going and we are happy to showcase it.