By: Mary Surprenant
This week’s Spanish Honor Society board focused on Latin-American Dance. Dance is a major part of any culture but is especially important in Latino-Hispanic culture. Each group member focused on a different cultural dance from a Spanish-speaking country.
Sanjanuanito; an Ecuadorian dance, Bachata; a Dominican dance style, Folkorico; a Mexican dance, and finally Flamenco; a dance style from Spain. The board contains a short summary of the dance’s origin and cultural significance, maps of its geographical location, and images representative of people performing the dances. Each type of dance originates from a specific part of the country, and although they date back to the countries' early history, these dance styles are still widely practice and revered in modern society.
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