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Jennifer_Sawin

Message 6495 · 31 Jan 1997 20:32:55 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Stefan wrote: >>I believe much more of our daily communication is done by
gestures as we maybe think it is.<<

Lynn, please be sure to **exclude** from your research some of the gestures
I witness while driving to work in the morning. Reporting on these might
cause the authorities to shut down Strathspey for public policy reasons. :)

More from Stefan: >>Sometimes, even when not dancing, but trying to help
some beginners through a dance, I find myself acting like a policeman on a
crossroads to point out the directions of some half diagonal reels of
four.<<

I've been know to tell beginners who look totally lost "if someone holds
out a hand to you, take it; if someone taps their shoulder, pass them on
that side; if someone points you in a direction, go there." These few
rules are often sufficient to get the beginner through.

Jenn Sawin

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