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(Aaron) I am not teaching my classes today, I have got tutors to come and teach today.

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(Daryl) 1, 2, 3 AND 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

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Teaching kids is just like another challenge for me to, hurdle really, I am looking forward to it at the same time.

(Jason) Already push, range rover here.

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(Jason) I am not no stranger to teaching big classes like this.

(Chaldon) Bop, bop, bop, bop, bop, bop. tap, bop.

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(Chaldon) It is not going to be that really hard; it is just going to be like really technical.

(Aaron) The young people have to vibe with the tutors and the tutors have to vibe with the young people, make sure they get along. Basically I am just overseeing that the classes run smoothly, I don’t want to correct them because they are teaching, what might be wrong to me, might be right to them.

(Daryl) 1, 2, 3 and 4, 5 and 6, 7, 8.

(Aaron) Young people need to be spoon fed, so as much as they don’t know what they are doing and they are scared to ask you need to pick up on that When he is doing his actual moves he is not looking in the mirror to see what they are doing at the same time, so he will be teaching looking at himself remembering, but he is not visualising what everyone else is doing around him.

Well done guys.

(Dance Pupil) Daryl he does things slower, so we can get it easier, but with Aaron he goes a bit too fast.

(Spectator) The children are picking up quite quickly actually so I suppose they are understanding him quite well.

(Dance Pupil) Aaron is more fun, you know what I mean? He is always like telling us to talk and stuff if we need any help

(Aaron) This is the intermediate class; the challenge is for Jason to teach his routine and for the beginners to feel ok about it.

(Jason) So this arm is here, this arm is here, it is just little circles with your hands.

(Aaron) His teaching is really good, but the routine is hard.

If he can’t see it is hard and people are struggling it is not for me to say it is for him to realise. Ask him how do you think the routine was if he says ok it was hard, then it is good because it is self evaluation.

(Dance Pupil) There is slight differences between how they teach it. Like Aaron, when he is teaching he always goes boom, ka, ka, ka, ka, ka. But he does it on like the words, we dance on the words and Aaron dances on the beats of songs.

(Chaldon) So it is bop, bop, tap, bomb, bop, bop bop.

(Dance Pupil) It is not like bare complicated, but you just have to put your mind to it and then you will get it right.

(Aaron) No one is really doing it; everyone is just doing it because they are here. No one is really performing, because no one really wants it.

There is a slight problem with this class in terms of people that are on a certain level. Some of you need to buck up your ideas, so there is probably about 3 people in the group at the moment that are actually quite on point, and make sure you are on time next week please, because I won’t be here alright, yeah 2 weeks

(Pupils) Bye Aaron

(Aaron) Ok, I have got to debrief you guys now, debrief you guys, debrief you guys. What I had planned for them, I don’t think is going to happen in terms of having them do a lot of competitions performances because they are not up to scratch.

They had it in rehearsals, all their stops and stuff, but when it comes to the stage, it is not going to happen.

(Jason) They just need to practice it like hard and just like drill it into their head like keep your arm here like.

(Aaron) That’s why the show yeah, the show has to be so simple in some sense, it has to be just a simple show bro, it just has to be, it just has to look good, regardless of what you are teaching, it just needs to look good and it has to look tight.