リニアボキャブラリ - Navigation

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For Leaders: Once you are comfortable with the idea that it's easy to softly turn when walking or weight changing, and that you can weight change any time you want, navigation becomes easy.

For Followers: It's important to realize that responsibility is mutual, even though the leader does most of the navigating. If the leader's going to go back into danger or is not noticing some danger that you see, let him know (usually a small pressure or a tap or a whisper "behind you" will do it).

Navigate Responsibly

アーティスト名:
Benzion Witler
曲名:
Ales Farloim
アルバムタイトル:
More Gems of Jewish Folk Songs

(From Wikipedia): Ben-Zion Witler (Ben-Tsion Vitler, BenZion Wittler), 1907–1961, Jewish singer, actor, coupletist, comedian and composer.

00:04
So, as you do this,
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Putting together forward, back, side, weight change, pause randomly,
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The problem is it's random.
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So, which means you can imagine you wander all through the floor, you knock over a bunch of people.
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So, as you do it, you want to be conscious of the fact that
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during any of these steps, you can navigate to change your direction.
00:23
So, for example,
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And when we have a class of students, as opposed to other things, we'll put up cones, and we'll say...
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You're all our students.
00:34
Yes
00:35
So, we'll have these cones, you can do this in your home, you can, like, just have kids run around, or animals,
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And they can be your cones and you can navigate around them.
00:42
So, for example, if we walk forward, forward doesn't mean you have to go forward on a straight line.
00:47
You can imagine that there's a cone there and you have to turn it.
00:49
Or a chair.
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Or you might go off camera.
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Or even a person.
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And that's why you turned it, so you stay in camera.
00:55
And that's walking forward, so, as you walk forward, you're going to have just a gentle turn to the left.
00:59
And it's forward, because you go through your partner, and you stay forward,
01:03
But it does turn softly, so as we go forward, you can just turn it softly.
01:06
You know, just do it yourself.
01:07
Weight changes, too.
01:08
Right, right, with weight changes, we can go...
01:11
You know, imagine that we're going to run into a camera, if we go forward this way.
01:14
And we wouldn't want to do that. Knock it over. Very expensive.
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So, instead, we'll weight change.
01:19
And we've turned a little bit, and now we can run over the very expensive light.
01:22
David, I don't think that's the goal.
01:24
Yeah, yeah, but so then you can face new directions.
01:27
And you can face new directions either because you just softly curve it, as you walk forward or back,
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Or because, as you change weight, you have a new direction,
01:39
Or, even as you side-step, you can turn it the same way you can turn it with a weight change.
01:43
I think this is a really good time for us to say again,
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That navigation in tango, at least, is counterclockwise around the circle.
01:52
Yes
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So you're just always moving that way.
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Like a race track without the accidents.
01:56
Oh, I didn't know that.
Yes, without the accidents.