I watched it and I was like, "This looks really fun." If you follow this basic structure of class, you should be able to get your dancers more comfortable with the idea. This is a simpler form, because its free-form element is exercised by the dancers' limbs. One more thing…. = First things first: Wear comfortable pants and a long-sleeved shirt, and bring knee … Below is a lesson plan I have used many times. I'm going to try to see if I can find something to do them justice and try to keep up with them. Again, if you tell an inexperienced impvorer to improv, they might freeze up. It forces them to pay attention and communicate with their movement. Our goal is create an improvisation that sounds complex but that is conceptually quite simple. I went ahead and made a TikTok account and made my first duet. It should look unique to each dancers. DS: What do you think about the skill level of some of Shirley Temple's tap steps? "Even though we may be apart, through improvisation, we can work on this moment together. I also try to find sections where not only I can do the choreography in my limited space, with my little piece of plywood, but also if they're able to stay on a single camera shot for long enough for the 20 to 30 seconds. Whist some improvisation concepts can be taught and explained, it's vitally important that we are regularly … It forces them to pay attention and communicate with their movement. Read: Totally overusing the video-conferencing app for school and dance classes—and everything else.