Date of Award
Master of Science
Origin of Study
The author became interested in this particular problem during her first year of work. Observing how many hoys and girls that could not dance; and yet afraid to try, the author became somewhat disturbed, because it was soon realized that these boys and girls had not been given the proper training as far as dancing was concerned.
After a period of months, the author returned to this situation and observed the same trouble. It could readily be seen that the opportunity of broadening themselves morally, socially, mentally, and physically had been completely overlooked.
Statement of Problem
The Proposed Dance Program For the Dunbar Junior High School should be set up to serve as a help to the negro youth of Temple or any youth of the nation who is faced with the same problem. dance program is concerned with the development of healthful behavior, desirable attitudes, clean sportsmanship, grace, poise, and self-control. the program is planned to take in dance activities for boys and girls throughout the nine-month term.
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Peters, T. L. (1952). A Proposed Dance Program For The Dunbar Junior High School, Temple, Texas. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/1032