A line dance is a choreographed dance with a repeated sequence of steps in which a group of people dance in one or more lines or rows without regard for the gender of the individuals, all facing the same direction, and executing the steps at the same time. Line dancers are not in physical contact with each other. Older "line dances" have lines in which the dancers face each other, or the "line" is a circle, or all dancers in the "line" follow a leader around the dance floor; while holding the hand of the dancers beside them.
Line dancing is broken into six separate levels, depending on the difficulty of the steps and the experience of the dancer. The different levels encompass all skill levels from the new dancer, without any dancing background, line dancing or otherwise, to the expert level dancer with a strong dance background who is able to perform complex step sequences and has a vast knowledge of dance terminology. The levels are differentiated through many factors, including steps, counts, turns and the complexity of step sequences.
Level One Novice (第一級班)
Level Two Novice (第二級班)
Advanced Beginner (進階初學者班)