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Ultra Hip Hop: Beginner

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DTCE’s Ultra Hip Hop Series: Beginner course is the perfect starting point to train in the popular, in-demand style of Hip Hop! DTCE’s Hip Hop music and movements are always age-appropriate. Dancers will learn a wide assortment of fun, fast-paced steps and exciting Hip Hop styles. Beginner Hip Hop is excellent for teaching musicality, as an emphasis is put on rhythm, counting, and coordination. Students will be taught how to properly execute a variety of Hip Hop skills, while also gaining the opportunity to build and incorporate their own personal style. As a large part of Hip Hop is creativity and improvisation, this course is a must for any dancer looking to build confidence and enhance artistic expression.


DTCE’s Ultra Hip Hop Series: Beginner course teaches dancers a series of energetic steps and movement with an emphasis on teaching rhythm and coordination. Dancers will be challenged while enjoying this fast-paced, popular dance style. The Syllabus offers a wide range of variations including Breakdancing, Popping, Locking, OldSchool, NuSchool, House, Krumping, Whacking, Heels/Jazz Funk, and the newer style of Lyrical Hip Hop. You can follow the full course guide, or mix and match to create your own class and develop your own personal Hip Hop style!

DTCE’s detailed syllabi allow you to create your own course of study from the plethora of innovative drills we offer- or follow our complete lesson plans to guide your students through progressive exercises to obtain skill level mastery. Syllabi offer a list of steps that correlate with each video, making it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for!

Syllabi can be used as a teacher training resource or class planning guide for your studio, saving you time in curriculum development! Teachers, assistants, trainees, and substitutes can all easily be on the same page using this sequenced tool. Syllabi are also useful for dance parents as a reinforcement guide to what children are learning in their weekly classes.