In P.E class, we got into groups and made up a dinner table dance, and also we got into groups of 3 or 2 and changed a part of oppan gungnam style.
I think me and my group contributed about the same amount, most of us gave ideas and things, but some people were just goofing off and not being much help. Because most of us contributed to making the dance most of the time, making the dance went pretty smoothly. But I admit I goofed off and lost my concentration a few times.
Some people in my group wasn’t concentrating at all sometimes, but we dealt with it by just practicing without them or shouting at them which was kind of bad and not the smartest way to deal with it. Though everyone else in the group was working effectively most of the time, it probably would have made a difference in the dance if everyone worked effectively. I tried to work effectively with the group, but sometimes, I goofed off and probably was not much help, but I did try to work effectively with the group.
What makes a good performance?
I think the top three qualities ranked in order is:
- Synchronization because I think the dance is not going to look very good if the dance is not synchronized with the music.
- Flow because even if the synchronization is good, if the dance doesn’t flow it just looks unnatural and not very nice.
- Energy because if you don’t put any energy into the dancing, the dance is going to look floppy and weird.
We tried to put as much energy in our dance as possible, and I think our dance is pretty synchronized with the music an I think it flows well.