TAP

GRADE TWO

Questions may be asked from the previous grade and from the following...

Heel tap - flex knee, strike ground with heel and up sharply. Can be given three ways - standing on one foot; with ball of working foot on ground; as a sharp dig

Heel beat - flex knee, strike ground with heel finishing on ground with a heavier tone. Can be give three ways - standing on one foot; with ball of working foot on ground; as a sharp dig

Toe Beat - bend knee, strike ground with toe finishing down on ground with a heavier tone

Ball Tap - strike ground with ball of foot and up sharply. Can be given one of three ways - standing on one foot; with ball of working foot on ground; as a sharp dig

Ball Beat - as in ball tap but ball finishes down on ground and is heavier in tone

Forward brush - broader movement than a forward tap as swing comes from knee and hip

Backward brush - broader movement than a backward tap as swing comes from knee and hip

Stomp - stand on ball of the foot, push foot forward finishing with a heavy heel beat

Scuff - a flat stamp carried forward and off ground, supporting knee flexed

Tap Spring - a forward tap followed immediately by a spring. Travelled or on one spot and very lightly executed

Pick-up - stand with feet slightly apar, turn up toe of one foot, slap foot back hitting ground with ball of foot and removing heel

Pick-up step - pick-up followed immediately by a step. Can be repeated on alternate feet

4-beat cramp roll -spring onto one foot, then ball dig the other, heel beat the first foot then heel beat the other

5-beat cramp roll - tap spring onto one foot, then ball dig the other, heel beat the first foot then heel beat the other

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