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Hi, this is an intertainment question for Cher. I had ask

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Hi, this is an intertainment question for Cher. I had ask you you a question I still am in the dance class. The teacher teaching the intermedit class teaches a dance does it for about 4 times then changes to a new one. We will have at least 3 different ones in the same class in this the norm?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Entertainment
Expert:  Cher replied 4 years ago.
Hi again, and thanks very much for requesting me to answer your question.

This can be the norm, depending on the ultimate goal of the class. However, the teacher should not move on to the next dance, until s/he is sure that the entire class has learned the previous dance, completely. Learning 3 dances in one class is fine, as long as each one is perfected by the students, before starting instruction for the next one.

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