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1 C Station Identification RaMS Manipulation System ControlledResolution and CRaMS CRaMS created by: Jerry Story Presentation created by: Scott Bennett

2 Goals Learn about FASRLearn about FASR Learn about Visual RelationshipsLearn about Visual Relationships Learn about MatchingLearn about Matching Learn about StationsLearn about Stations Identify Primary and Secondary StationsIdentify Primary and Secondary Stations

3 Links and Coaching Boxes At some point through this presentation you will find links containing more information about a topic, please take some time and read these valuable resources.At some point through this presentation you will find links containing more information about a topic, please take some time and read these valuable resources. “Jerry’s Coaching Boxes” will pop-up along the way and give you a little one-on-one advice. Click the pop-up to see more information.“Jerry’s Coaching Boxes” will pop-up along the way and give you a little one-on-one advice. Click the pop-up to see more information.

4 Choreography The Get-Ins and Get-Outs that are placed on the slides are there for a reference.The Get-Ins and Get-Outs that are placed on the slides are there for a reference.Get-InsGet-OutsGet-InsGet-Outs These modules create the proper visual for your screen, if there are suggested modules that will produce the same “station” there will be a link beside them entitled “More”.These modules create the proper visual for your screen, if there are suggested modules that will produce the same “station” there will be a link beside them entitled “More”. The “More” modules may not look exactly like the “pictogram” from the slide, but will be an equivalent of the location.The “More” modules may not look exactly like the “pictogram” from the slide, but will be an equivalent of the location.

5 F.A.S.R. F – FormationF – Formation –Facing Lines, Eight Chain Thru, etc. A – ArrangementA – Arrangement –Position of the “boys” and “girls” within the formation S – SequenceS – Sequence –Who is “In” or “Out” of numerical sequence R – RelationshipR – Relationship –Who is with whom within the formation

6 Formation CRaMS can be used with many formations, in this presentation we will focus on the “two lines” and the “two boxes” of Facing Lines.CRaMS can be used with many formations, in this presentation we will focus on the “two lines” and the “two boxes” of Facing Lines. Example: Facing Lines can be looked at as being either two lines or as two boxes.

7 Arrangement CRaMS can be used with any arrangement, in this presentation we will focus on “0” Lines.CRaMS can be used with any arrangement, in this presentation we will focus on “0” Lines. 0½1234

8 Sequence Dancers are “in sequence” when their numbers increase in the:Dancers are “in sequence” when their numbers increase in the: –Counter-Clockwise (CCW) Direction –Promenade Direction –Couple Number Direction –All of the above are saying the same thing There are four possible sequence states:There are four possible sequence states: –1- Boys are CCW/Girls are CCW(In/In) –2- Boys are CW/Girls are CW(Out/Out) –3- Boys are CCW/Girls are CW(In/Out) –4- Boys are CW/Girls are CCW(Out/In)

9 Sequence CRaMS works with any sequence state, in this presentation we will focus on the state of the boys as counted in a CCW direction.CRaMS works with any sequence state, in this presentation we will focus on the state of the boys as counted in a CCW direction. Example: Partner lines are considered “In sequence” when the ends are facing their corner.

10 Relationship Physical Relationship (primary)Physical Relationship (primary) –Who are they paired with? All the couples are with the same type of relationshipsAll the couples are with the same type of relationships –All are with their Partner, or –All are with their Corner, or –All are with their Opposite, or –All are with their RH Lady

11 Relationship Physical Relationship (secondary)Physical Relationship (secondary) –Who are they paired with? Couples on a diagonal are with the same type of relationshipsCouples on a diagonal are with the same type of relationships –Left Side has Partner/Right Side has Opposite, or –Left Side has Opposite/Right Side has Partner, or –Left Side has RH Lady/Right Side has Corner, or –Left Side has Corner/Right Side has RH Lady

12 Relationship Visual Relationship (primary)Visual Relationship (primary) –Who are they looking at? Ends are looking at a different relationship than the centersEnds are looking at a different relationship than the centers –Ends are looking at Corner/centers are looking at RH Lady, or –Ends are looking at Opposite/centers are looking at Partner, or –Ends are looking at RH Lady/centers are looking at Corner, or –Ends are looking at Partners/centers are looking at Opposite

13 Relationship Visual Relationship (secondary)Visual Relationship (secondary) –Who are they looking at? All couples are looking at the same type of relationshipsAll couples are looking at the same type of relationships –All looking at RH Lady, or –All looking at Corner, or –All looking at Opposite, or –All looking at Partner

14 Matching Partner “matches” can be in many locationsPartner “matches” can be in many locations –Where is their original Partner? They can be in many placesThey can be in many places –With them (couple), or –In front of them, or –On a diagonal, or –Twice removed (next door), or –Beside them (in the center)

15 Basic Tools The basic tool set in this presentation is used to help with “Identification” Two Ladies Chain (relationship changer) Right & Left Thru (sequence changer) Equivalents of these “tools” are valuable for creating “variety” in calling The next CRaMS presentation will focus on “Conversion” which will give you the ability to freely move from one location to another and will contain additional tools called “Conversion Modules” also known as “Magic Modules”

16 Basic Tools Right and Left can be used to change sequence (in to out/out to in). Two Ladies Chain can be used to change relationship (physical to visual/visual to physical).

17 Stations For illustration and for a reference we need to label all the possible “0” arrangement facing lines.For illustration and for a reference we need to label all the possible “0” arrangement facing lines. –There are 16 possible “0” arrangement facing lines Half of these lines are “primary” and half are “secondary”Half of these lines are “primary” and half are “secondary” –Two Ladies Chain or an equivalent will change between primary and secondary Primary and secondary lines are sub-divided by “sequence”Primary and secondary lines are sub-divided by “sequence” –Right & Left Thru or an equivalent will change sequence We will call each of these possible lines “stations”We will call each of these possible lines “stations”

18 Stations There is no need for alarm about the number of stations.There is no need for alarm about the number of stations. There are only four “Partner”, four “Corner”, four “Opposite”, and four “Right Hand Lady”There are only four “Partner”, four “Corner”, four “Opposite”, and four “Right Hand Lady” If you look at a “Partner” relationship for an example, using only our two “tools” you can make “four” of the 16 possible stations, the same is true for the other relationships.If you look at a “Partner” relationship for an example, using only our two “tools” you can make “four” of the 16 possible stations, the same is true for the other relationships. Right & Left Thru 2 Ladies Chain Right & Left Thru 2 Ladies Chain

19 Primary Stations These stations are lines of four that have the same FASR state on each half of the line.These stations are lines of four that have the same FASR state on each half of the line. –The left side of the line has the same “physical relationship” as the right side of the line. –Example: If one couple has the Corner, they all have the Corner, etc. The “lines” and “boxes” have the same FASR states.The “lines” and “boxes” have the same FASR states. Primary stations will have a different “visual relationship” for the centers and for the ends.Primary stations will have a different “visual relationship” for the centers and for the ends. –If the ends are facing one relationship, the centers will be facing a different relationship and vice versa. –Example: If the ends are facing their Corner, the centers will not be facing their Corner.

20 Station 1a PLPL –All are with Partner –Lines are in sequence –Ends are facing Corner, centers are facing RH Lady Get-InGet-InGet-In –Sides Lead Right, Circle to a Line Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Star Thru, Square Thru 3, LA PL (Partner Lines)

21 Station 1b PLOSPLOS –All are with Partner –Lines are out of sequence –Ends are facing RH Lady, centers are facing Corner Get-InGet-InGet-In –Sides Lead Right, Circle to a Line, Right & Left Thru Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Star Thru, Pass Thru, LA PLOS (Partner Lines)

22 Station 2a CLCL –All are with Corner –Lines are in sequence –Ends are looking at Opposite, centers are looking at Partner –Ends are twice removed from Partner Get-InGet-InGet-In –Heads Square Thru, Slide Thru Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Star Thru, Dive Thru, Square Thru 3, LA CL (Corner Lines)

23 Station 2b CLOSCLOS –All are with Corner –Lines are out of sequence –Ends are looking at Partner, centers are looking at Opposite –Centers are beside Partner Get-InGet-InGet-In –Heads Square Thru, Slide Thru, Right & Left Thru Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Slide Thru, LA CLOS (Corner Lines)

24 Station 3a OLOL –All are with Opposite –Lines are in sequence –Ends are looking at RH Lady, centers are looking at Corner –All Partners are on diagonals Get-InGet-InGet-In –Head Ladies Chain, Sides Star Thru, Pass Thru, Circle to a Line Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Star Thru, Pass Thru, Trade By, Square Thru 3, LA OL (Opposite Lines)

25 Station 3b OLOS (Opposite Lines) OLOSOLOS –All are with Opposite –Lines are out of sequence –Ends are looking at Corner, centers are looking at RH Lady –All Partners are on diagonals Get-InGet-InGet-In –Heads Ladies Chain, Sides Star Thru, Pass Thru, Circle to a Line, Right & Left Thru Get-OutMoreGet-OutMoreGet-OutMoreGet-OutMore –Star Thru, Pass Thru, Trade By, Pass Thru, LA

26 Station 4a RHLRHL –All are with RH Lady –Lines are in sequence –Ends are looking at Partner, centers are looking at Opposite –Centers are beside Partner Get-InGet-InGet-In –Heads Star Thru, Pass Thru, Slide Thru, Right and Left Thru Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Square Thru, Trade By, LA RHL (RH Lady Lines) “Is it a 4 or, is it a 2?” 4! Jerry’s Coaching Box

27 Station 4b RHLOSRHLOS –All are with RH Lady –Lines are out of sequence –Ends are looking at Opposite, centers are looking at Partner –Ends are twice removed from Partner Get-InGet-InGet-In –Heads Star Thru, Pass Thru, Slide Thru Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Square Thru 2, Trade By, LA RHLOS (RH Lady Line) “Is it a 4 or, is it a 2?” 2! Jerry’s Coaching Box

28 Secondary Stations These stations are lines of four where one half of the line assumes one FASR state, while the other half assumes another.These stations are lines of four where one half of the line assumes one FASR state, while the other half assumes another. –The left side of line will have one “physical relationship”, while the right side of the line will have another. –Example: If one couple is with their corner, the other couple in their line will not be, etc. The “lines” and “boxes” have different FASR states.The “lines” and “boxes” have different FASR states. Secondary stations will have the same “visual relationships” across the line for everybody.Secondary stations will have the same “visual relationships” across the line for everybody. –All dancers will be facing the same relationships. –Example: If one dancer is looking at the corner they all are looking at the corner, etc.

29 Station 5a P/OLP/OL –Left side PL, Right side OL –Lines are in sequence –All are looking at RH Lady –Boxes have a RH Lady FASR, lines have a Corner FASR –Left side is with Partner, right side is diagonal of Partner Get-InMoreGet-InMoreGet-InMoreGet-InMore –Sides Square Thru, Circle to a Line, Right and Left Thru Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Pass Thru Wheel and Deal, Square Thru 3, LA P/OL (Partner/Opposite Lines) “Sight Calling 101” Jerry’s Coaching Box

30 Station 5b O/PLOSO/PLOS –Left side OL, Right side PL –Lines are out of sequence –All are looking at RH Lady –Boxes have a RH Lady FASR, lines have a Corner FASR –Left side is diagonal of Partner, right side is with Partner –“Dixie Grand Line” “Dixie Grand Line”“Dixie Grand Line” Get-InMoreGet-InMoreGet-InMoreGet-InMore –Sides Square Thru, Circle to a Line Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Touch ¼, Circulate 1 ½, Girls Trade, Girls U-Turn Back, LA O/PLOS (Opposite/Partner Lines) “Sight Calling 101” Jerry’s Coaching Box

31 Station 6a O/PLO/PL –Left side OL, Right side PL –Lines are in sequence –All are looking at Corner –Boxes have a Corner FASR, lines have a RH Lady FASR –Left side is diagonal of Partner, right side is with Partner Get-InMoreGet-InMoreGet-InMoreGet-InMore –4 Ladies Chain, Sides Square Thru, Circle to a Line, Right and Left Thru Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Pass the Ocean, Recycle, LA O/PL (Opposite/Partner Lines) “Sight Calling 101” Jerry’s Coaching Box

32 Station 6b P/OLOSP/OLOS –Left side PL, Right side OL –Lines are out of sequence –All are looking at Corner –Boxes have a Corner FASR, lines have a RH Lady FASR –Left side is with Partner, right side is diagonal of Partner Get-InMoreGet-InMoreGet-InMoreGet-InMore –4 Ladies Chain, Sides Square Thru, Circle to a Line Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Pass Thru, Wheel and Deal, Centers Pass Thru, LA P/OLOS (Partner/Opposite Lines) “Sight Calling 101” Jerry’s Coaching Box

33 Station 7a RH/CLRH/CL –Left side RHL, Right side CL –Lines are in sequence –All are looking at Opposite –Boxes have an Opposite FASR, lines have a Partner FASR –Ends are twice removed from Partner, centers are beside Partner –“I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (line) “I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (line)“I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (line) Get-InGet-InGet-In –Heads Lead Left, Veer Right, Boys Trade, Couples Circulate, Bend the Line Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Pass Thru, Boys Trade, Courtesy Turn, Promenade RH/CL (RH Lady/Corner Lines)

34 Station 7b C/RHLOSC/RHLOS –Left side CL, Right side RHL –Lines are out of sequence –All are looking at Opposite –Boxes have an Opposite FASR, lines have a Partner FASR –Ends are twice removed from Partner, centers are beside Partner –“I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (line) “I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (line)“I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (line) Get-InGet-InGet-In –Heads Lead Left, Veer Right, Boys Trade, Couples Circulate, Bend the Line, Right & Left Thru Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Spin the Top, Balance, 8 Circulate, RLG C/RHLOS (Corner/RH Lady Lines)

35 Station 8a C/RHLC/RHL –Left side CL, Right side RHL –Lines are in sequence –All are looking at Partner –Boxes have a Partner FASR, lines have an Opposite FASR –“I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (box) “I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (box)“I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (box) Get-InGet-InGet-In –Heads Lead Right, Slide Thru, Right & Left Thru Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Dixie Style to an Ocean Wave, Boys Circulate, LA C/RHL (Corner/RH Lady Lines)

36 Station 8b RHL/COSRHL/COS –Left side RHL, Right side CL –Lines are out of sequence –All are looking at Partner –Boxes have a Partner FASR, Lines have an Opposite FASR –“I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (box) “I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (box)“I’ve got his, he’s got mine” (box) Get-InGet-InGet-In –Heads Lead Right, Slide Thru Get-OutGet-OutGet-Out –Spin the Top, RLG RHL/COS (RH Lady/Corner Lines)

37 Identification Hints Primary StationsPrimary Stations –Physical relationships (who they are with) are the same for all dancers –Visual relationships (who they are looking at) are different for the ends and centers Secondary StationsSecondary Stations –Physical relationships (who they are with) are different for the left and right sides of the lines –Visual relationships (who they are looking at) are the same for all dancers

38 Definitions “I’ve Got His, He’s Got Mine”“I’ve Got His, He’s Got Mine” –When there are two “matches” within a “box” or within a “line” but they are not with their partners.

39 Definitions “Dixie Grand Line”“Dixie Grand Line” –Line where a Pass Thru, Wheel & Deal will setup a Dixie Grand to a LA

40 Get-In/Get-Out Modules Get-InGet-In –Series of calls that move the dancers from a “Static Square” to another known FASR –Example: “Heads Lead Right, Circle to a Line” will move from Static Square to PL Get-OutGet-Out –Series of calls that move dancers from a known FASR to a predetermined conclusion –Example: “PL, Star Thru, Square Thru 3, LA

41 Sight Calling 101 Paired couple on one side of the line onlyPaired couple on one side of the line only 1.Call Pass Thru, Wheel & Deal 2.Put the Paired Couple on the outside If the paired couple is in the centerIf the paired couple is in the center –Call Zoom, move on to the next step If the paired couple is on the outsideIf the paired couple is on the outside –Move on to the next step 3.Find the corner for your centers If their corner is behind themIf their corner is behind them –Call Square Thru 3, LA If their corner is in front of themIf their corner is in front of them –Call Pass Thru, LA

42 Station 1a Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs

43 Station 1b Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs

44 Station 2a Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs

45 Station 2b Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs

46 Station 3a Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs

47 Station 3b Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs –Star thru, 8 Chain 3, LA

48 Station 4a Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs

49 Station 4b Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs

50 Station 5a Get-InsGet-Ins –RHL, 2 Ladies Chain RHL –RHL, Reverse Flutter RHL Get-OutsGet-Outs

51 Station 5b Get-InsGet-Ins –RHL, Flutterwheel RHL Get-OutsGet-Outs

52 Station 6a Get-InsGet-Ins –CL, 2 Ladies Chain, or CL –CL, Reverse Flutter CL Get-OutsGet-Outs

53 Station 6b Get-InsGet-Ins –CL, Flutterwheel CL Get-OutsGet-Outs

54 Station 7a Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs

55 Station 7b Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs

56 Station 8a Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs

57 Station 8b Get-InsGet-Ins Get-OutsGet-Outs

58 Is it a 4 or a 2? From RHL or RHLOS, sequence can be easily recognized by looking at the “matched” pair that is facing.From RHL or RHLOS, sequence can be easily recognized by looking at the “matched” pair that is facing. How many hands of a “Square Thru” will it take to put the “matched” pair on the outside (facing out) of the “Trade By” formation?How many hands of a “Square Thru” will it take to put the “matched” pair on the outside (facing out) of the “Trade By” formation? Square ThruSquare Thru 2 RHLOS (RH Lady Line)RHL (RH Lady Line)


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