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Maria Wedde says:

Buona serata e buon Divertimento.. Salsa time :-)))

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Ian Martinez says:

Im from puerto rico and iv done somethung like that with my best friend

Carlos Padilla says:

¡¡¡Pero cómo bailan los peques!!!

SuperHovik says:

its in israel, salsa congress 2014. been there

Carlos Perez says:

They did exercise for a year!

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Kianna Johnson says:

I want to do salsa

Ricardo Jones says:

They did that 

Joe Neff says:

They will be amazing when they are older. 

Carlos Padilla says:

Buenísimos….lo que valen éstos niños!!!!

Andres Urrea says:

I knew they had to be from Colombia, no body dances like Colombians.

NeNa eNaMoRaDa says:

me dan unas clasesitas :)

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Jessica92629 says:

They are so good 

Sarah Dee SP5201 says:

Introduction to SP5201(Teaching & Learning Young People in Schools & PE) –
Week 8: 25/09/14

The Role of Physical Education Across a Childs Education:

Today we overlooked the different types of learners and domains of
learning. We put the theory into practise in a basic Salsa lesson we
participated in.

Throughout this practical cognitive, affective and psychomotor learning
took place. At the beginning of the session the majority of the group felt
uncomfortable. This domain of learning is affective because of the emotions
people were feeling, therefore It was important how the first five minutes
would turn out and whether it would get people engaged. In the warm up
everyone was stood in the space spread out and all doing the basic
movements together, facing the same way. This was really affective because
people gradually stopped worrying about the fact they were doing Salsa and
did not feel isolated because everyone is doing it together. Once the
barrier of feelings (affective learning) and being embarrassed was
overcome, cognitive learning was the domain.
The Lesson Structure:
Warm up – learning the four basic steps of Salsa.
Development – introducing a challenging step.
Group work – watching each other and correcting movements.
Partner work – incorporating the movements into partner work.
Group work – putting together a small routine with all of the steps.
Observation – two groups taking in turns watching and discussing ways to
improve and reflecting.
Performance – to see if the group amended their improvements.

Cognitive learning was taking place during the session and it was the main
focus. Jo Shire kept asking us to THINK about different aspects throughout
each activity she set. For example – In your groups of four come up with a
small routine and think, how you can incorporate all of the basic movements
you have learnt today. Also getting the groups to watch each other and
think of ways to improve. It was really interesting to see how I can
combine all the different types of domain of learning into a Salsa lesson,
from the language I use and what tasks to set the class in order to
stimulate that learning process. I think depending on the particular class
you have, has an affect on what domain of learning will take place.

Here is a video I found on YouTube of these talented children doing Salsa!

vikatru says:

Applause!!! Aplausos que bellos niños y cuanto talento, son hermosos y que
lindo verlos bailar, me dejaron boquiabierta!!! Me encanto!

spilimushku says:

Ничего подобного в танцах никогда не видел. Просто невероятно.

Gc Colindres says:

Where are the comments ITS AMAZING AHHH

Andrew Condon says:

This was posted on face book before and I was wondering when it was going
to hit you tube. I think they blow away the other youth dancers and are
very young. Love the fast actions, head, and hand movements that match the
musical changes.

susyyass says:

Do they have a youtube channel?!

acrobinso says:

Just Amazing! ! They have a God given talent. 

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