academie: Fwd: Dances that May be Taught by Rowen

Edvard Gayer scavard at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 5 13:48:38 PDT 2001




----Original Message Follows----
From: "Amy Smyth-Wilson" <rowenrhys at starpower.net>
To: "Edvard Gayer" <scavard at hotmail.com>
Subject: Dances that May be Taught by Rowen
Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2001 16:07:42 -0400

I hopeit would not be offensive for me to teach OldMole...I have come to
like it immensely.

Other dances I may teach would be:

The Night Peece
Shepheards Holyday
Lulle Me Beyond Thee
Nonesuch

----- Original Message -----
From: "Edvard Gayer" <scavard at hotmail.com>
To: <academie at pbm.com>
Cc: <madame_sosostris at hotmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2001 11:51 AM
Subject: academie: Octoberversity Update


 > All:
 >
 > Here's an update for the courses we're offering at Octoberversity:
 >
 > Lecture:
 > Gregory - How to Teach Dance
 >
 > Practicum:
 > Etain - Beginning 15th Cy Italian
 > Judith - Medieval Peasant Dances
 > Judith + Vard - Intermediate 15th Cy Italian
 > Rowen - Underperformed ECD
 > Elize - Old Measures
 > Tahira - Galliards
 >
 > Since I've already taught enough stuff in the past, and since Rowen
actually
 > went to KWDS, I'll let her teach the Underperformed ECD class and I'll
 > co-teach the Intermediate Italian class with Judith.
 >
 > I have course descriptions for everything *except* the Underperformed ECD
 > class.  Rowen, I need something from you right away.  As a fall-back, can
 > someone leaf through their KWDS proceedings and send me a paragraph or
two.
 > I can certainly come up with something on my own, but I haven't a clue
what
 > dances she's planning to offer.
 >
 > We've got 7 classes, and there are only 6 hours to teach them in, so two
of
 > them will be doubled-up.  Nominally, I would like to keep Greg's lecture
 > class free from conflict, so that everyone from the Academie could 
attend.
 > The down side to this is that we would need to have two dance classes at
the
 > same time at some point, necessitating that we clean out another room.
 > There is a benefit to having one room all day long for dancing -- only
need
 > to tear down and set up once, and we don't interfere with other lecture
 > classes in that room.
 >
 > If we were to allow a conflict with Greg's class, we could have that 
class
 > in a normal classroom, while simultaneously preserving our practicum
classes
 > all in the same, dedicated room.  Obviously, if we were to pursue this
 > option, we would need to schedule our classes so that the least impact on
 > Greg's class would be realized.
 >
 > My initial schedule proposal is as follows:
 >
 > 1st Hour: Medieval Peasant Dances (Judith)
 > 1st Hour: How to Teach Dance (Gregory)
 > 2nd Hour: Beginning Italian (Etain)
 > --lunch/court/convocation--
 > 3rd Hour: Intermediate Italian (Judith & Vard)
 > 4th Hour: Old Measures (Elize)
 > 5th Hour: Galliards (Tahira)
 > 6th Hour: Underperformed ECD (Rowen)
 >
 > This keeps the 3 Italianesque classes in the proper sequence, gives Elize
 > 4th hour (she's the Autocrat and has requested that hour), and avoids
 > putting the Galliard class at the very end, when people will already be
the
 > most tired.  It puts Greg's class in conflict with Judith's MPD class, 
but
 > since she's his Apprentice, I figure he's already teaching her on his own
 > time.  Of all of the instructors teaching at Octoberversity, I'm betting
 > that Judith would benefit the least from the formal lecture.  I could be
 > wrong, in which case slipping Greg's lecture to 2nd hour makes the most
 > sense to me.
 >
 > Here's the current to do list:
 > - Rowen: Some hint as to what your class will be about.
 > - Greg:  Specific feedback regarding the proposed schedule and whether 
you
 > agree with me re: scheduling your lecture against a practicum.
 > - All:   General feedback regarding the proposed schedule as you see fit.
 > - Vard:  Compile course descriptions, and provide those, instructor
 > registration, and class sequencing info to the University Chancellor once
 > the Academie is in agreement.
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