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From the page: "Example: Guided by their high school Algebra teacher and a Pillow artist-teacher, students are creating movement phrases about a key idea in factoring -- the process of FOIL (first, outer, inner, last) in multiplying pairs of numbers in variables. They work in quartets, each group developing a way to demonstrate the four-part idea. As they work, it becomes apparent they do not understand the idea and are unable to choreograph the pattern. The teacher assigns evening homework and the next day, students re-group to solve the problem. For the artist-teacher, the breaking down of complex material into parts emerges as a key choreographic idea. Because factoring occurs both backwards and forwards, the artist-teacher introduces students to retrograding movement and then has each group incorporate excerpts of the original and retrograded phrase into each quartet's complex "dance equation." As the residency concludes, the teacher is excited to notate one of the newly created dance equations, so she can use it to teach factoring next year.
Example: A collaboration between a Pillow artist and an English as a Second Language (ESL) class during fall 2001 provided a way to process current events. Students examined the events of September 11, 2001, considered how they related to valued American freedoms and how those freedoms attract others to this country. Misconception, judgment and variations in interpretation were resources for developing movement that contrasted and compared the September 11th event with events from their countries of origin. Students compared these events with the time period and urgency for freedom that led to the writing of the Bill of Rights. The final showing of the work was accompanied by ESL students' written reflections, formed into a text score by the artist."
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I once thought that buying new things could bring happiness. It feels great to get a new car, the latest technology or some new fashion. It makes you feel proud because you have something a little newer or more expensive than what your neighbors have. The problem is that it never ends. There is always something new or better to buy.
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From the page: "* Central (Mililani, Wahiawa) ~ About half way up H2 on the way to the North Shore, you pass through Wahiawa and Mililani. Mililani is another up and coming town that has a master plan. As such, it's layout is pretty good, especially in the new areas. There is old and new Mililani, and of course new Mililani is nicer because it's new! Housing here and in Wahiawa is a little cheaper than town, so a lot of people make the commute down. It's very green up in this area, and the trees remind people of Japan a little bit.
Around Wahiawa and Mililani are dozens of little communities. In fact there are so many that I don't think anyone could ever keep track of them all. There are hillside homes, valley homes, flatland homes, country, city, you name it, it's there. Also, there is a large military contingent, because of the base right there in the middle of Mililani. "
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