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Dance in primary education: a comparison between Greece and England

dc.contributor.authorReppa, Glykeria
dc.description.abstractIn this study there is an attempt to present the similarities and the differences between Greek and British curriculum for dance. Moreover a second question is whether dance lessons in Greek schools can provide all the advantages that this activity offers to children. For this purpose there is bibliography reference, followed by an analysis and comparison of the two curricula. Moreover, the advantages of dance lessons are presented, and an examination whether the Greek curriculum for dance can provide all these advantages is presented. Finally, there are some suggestions as for what should be done as a conclusion to this analysis.en_UK
dc.publisherThe Cyprus Journal of Sciencesen_UK
dc.relation.ispartofseriesThe Cyprus Journal of Sciences;vol.9
dc.subjectdance educationen_UK
dc.subjectGreek curriculum for danceen_UK
dc.subjectBritish curriculum for danceen_UK
dc.titleDance in primary education: a comparison between Greece and Englanden_UK

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