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DANCE LESSON OF THE MONTH - SPINS & TURNS

QUIZ

The following quiz consists of 10 questions to test your comprehension of the material you learned during this month's dance lesson. Take your time and consider each question carefully. Try to answer the questions from your memory, rather than referring back to the lessons.

QUESTION #1
In order to turn on one foot, you should use:
The center axis.
The left- or right-side axis.
The outside axis.
QUESTION #2
Progressive rotation is achieved through the use of:
The center axis.
The left- or right-side axis.
The outside axis.
QUESTION #3
Dizziness is best overcome by:
Spotting.
Blurring the eyes.
Experience and conditioning.
QUESTION #4
Most turns are commenced by using the:
Base.
Torso.
Arms.
QUESTION #5
The range of motion of the neck allows the head to turn:
180.
Slightly less than 180.
Slightly morethan 180.
QUESTION #6
When spotting, the body should turn at a constant speed:
True.
False.
QUESTION #7
When turning, it is always better to spot:
True.
False.
QUESTION #8
Progressive rotation must occur between two or more steps:
True.
False.
QUESTION #9
A "Twist Turn" is a good example of spot rotation using the center axis:
True.
False.
QUESTION #10
When turning on one foot, one side of the body moves forward while the other side moves backwards:
True.
False.

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