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thanks, XXXXX XXXXX a communtiy center the teacher is not paid

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thanks, XXXXX XXXXX a communtiy center the teacher is not paid by us . I am beginning to think she is not a real teacher , gets bored and changes the dances not to be bored, any sugesstions of what i can do on my own? 2 learn. I don,t want 2 quit this is the only exersize and social thing I do.
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Entertainment
Expert:  Cher replied 4 years ago.
Hello again, and you're most welcome!

Thanks for clarifying the situation for me. Your theory may be right, but even though it is a community center and the students do not pay the teacher, she should still be giving the class her 'all' and not 'skimping' on the lessons. It might be a good idea for you and some other students in the class to approach the teacher and suggest that she's moving a little quickly for all of you and you would like to make sure you all have 'perfected' each dance, before moving ahead to the next one.

I agree that you should not quit, but at the same time, you are attending the class to enjoy it and that's what the outcome should be.

You can get some videos/dvd's of dance instruction to do on your own, or even with some other people from the class, so you can learn at your own pace and then feel confident after you've learned an entire dance in the proper way.

Here are some I've found online for you (I tried to locate free ones, but there aren't many):

http://www.learntodance.com/online_line_dance_lessons.htm
(this may be too basic for you, but check it out)

http://www.linedancelessons.com/


http://www.shawntrautman.com/linedance101aquickstartguidetolinedancing-1.aspx


http://www.billbader.com/line-links.htm

Best regards,
Cher
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