Movement agreement between rider and horse

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Movement agreement between rider and horse . Classifier sequence to show movement establish movement of horse ((2h)SCL:V) establish you on the horse ( SCL:Vrider on LCL:Bhorse ) establish your actions ( ICLholding reins) Facial expression/head movement superimposed. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>Movement agreement between rider and horse Classifier sequence to show movementestablish movement of horse ((2h)SCL:V)establish you on the horse (SCL:Vrider on LCL:Bhorse)establish your actions (ICLholding reins)Facial expression/head movement superimposedB24p.1201Movement Agreement between Horse and Riderhorse starts bucking uphorse rears up on hind legshorse suddenly sits down on all four legshorse is trotting along M26.1p.1212Movement Agreement between Horse and Riderhorse starts bucking uphorse rears up on hind legshorse suddenly sits down on all four legshorse is trotting alonghorse moves at a slow speed to a very fast speedhorse runs from very fast to slowhorse slows down to stoprunning horse comes to a dead stophorse moves slowly to fast, then back to slowlyrunning horse stumbles and fallsgalloping horse steps into a hole and falls M26.2p.122</p> <p>3Movement agreement between rider and horseClassifier sequence to show movement establish movement of horseestablish you on the horseestablish your actions </p> <p>Show change in movement or speed reestablish horse and show change in movement or speedreestablish rider to match the change</p> <p>Facial expression/head movement superimposed B25p.1224Basic Action Sequence: Bicycle TricksEstablish person riding a bicycleDescribe trick person doesif necessary, identify part of bike (DCL) involved in the trick show person changing position on bicycle (SCL:V, ICL and/or BPCL) to perform the trickB26p.1265Basic Action Sequence: Bicycle StuntsDescribe terrain (if not flat) Describe bicyclist holding handlebars (using (2h)ICL)Describe trick (using SCL:3)B27p.1276Basic Action Sequence: Two-Person Bicycle TrickEstablish the position of first person (the one steering) by using (2h)ICL, SCL:V, and/or BPCL</p> <p>Establish the other person in relation to the first person and tell what s/he is doing by using (2h)ICL, SCL:V, and/or BPCLB28p.1287Narrative Sequence Tell what person was doing on/with a bicycleTell what happened describe barrier/terraintell what person should have done (hindsight) tell how bicycle hit barrier/terrain (impact)reestablish rider to show how s/he fell/landed (reactions)B29p.1318Byrons first near miss:Set up trucks and carsDescribe going between trucksShow reaction to whats happening aheadReestablish the positions of trucks and carsDescribe accidentDescribe feeling being caught between trucksDescribe trucks and cars moving away from each otherDescribe the escapeB30p.1369Movement Agreement between Driver and CarPart Aestablish rhythm between you and the cars movementsdriving along with a flat tiredriving on road with lots of pot holesdriving in heavy rain or fogdriving along rolling hillsM27p.139</p> <p>10Movement Agreement between Driver and CarPart Bestablish movement between you and movement of other cars, then describe what happenedwaiting for no on-coming cars so I can passparked on side of road, cars passing by and rocking my carat the intersection, waiting for cars to clear so I can cross the highwaydriving along, another car pulls up alongside me, the driver gives me a look then drives offanother car approaches from behind flashing its lights, I move over to the right lane so the other car can pass meanother car enters the freeway so I slow down to let the car merge into the laneM28p.13911</p> <p>Scene of the Traffic ViolationM29p.141</p> <p>12TwoCar CollisionsDescribe impact and damage sustained when:A car hits another car head-onA car rear ends car in frontA car hits another car on the sideA card backs into another carA car sideswipes another car M31p.151</p> <p>13What would lead up to that kind of collision?How did the cars collide?What kind of damage would the car(s) sustain?What kind of injuries would people sustain?B31p.15514</p>

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