43rd National Táncház Festival & Fair • 5–7 April 2024
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Lévai Péter, senior lecturer – Hungarian Academy of Dance, has written an academic paper on the signifi cance and importance of games and play in a child’s development, and methods of teaching dance movement to children. ’....The main model for teaching dance movement in Hungary has been, since the beginning of institutionalization of dance, demonstrationimitation.... Understanding of the structure and parts of movement are also useful for bringing dance students to a higher level of creativity in dance (...), along with ’indirect methods’ of teaching...’ (assumably through play and games). Includes bibliography. Note: The list of 2008 summer folk dance, music and crafts camps and workshops in Hungary and surrounding countries was printed in the previous issue of folkMAGazin (2008/2).