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The players can discuss the topics out loud among themselves or assemble the cards in “topic maps”.
Which things could perhaps translate well to the world of movements?
You will find potential ideas in this connection in the included options for play. All combinations of students, dance mediators and teachers can play as duo partners or in groups.
Any subject can be danced. In this game, all of the players – meaning students, dance mediators and teachers – share what sort of topics they find interesting. Each player chooses a term from the card set, tries to come up with associative questions related to it and then shares their results and discusses them with the other players. Is it possible to translate these topics into movement? This game can be a big help in the search for subject matter for the project that can be integrated into the choreography later on.
How do I picture my life in ten years?
Is there anybody whose life fascinates me? If so, why?
Do I know anyone who has some cool moves down? Which of them would I like to learn to do?
What will the world look like in 50 years?
Why is there migration?
Which movements from nature fascinate me – ocean/sea waves, earthquakes, orbiting planets, or something else?