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LIVE Arts: Re-broadcast of Métis Jigging with Krystle Pederson (2016) in place of Dance with Marcus Merasty (LIVE) - Grades 1&206/06/2019

Due to technical difficulties we will be re-airing Metis Jigging with Krystle Pederson(2016).

Krystle Pederson is a traditional jigger and Metis dance instructor. In Metis Jigging Part2 (2016), Krystle will talk about different styles of fiddle music and how jigging steps are incorporated into other styles of dance. Through demonstrations and practice, students will build on the skills and knowledge gained in Part 1(2015). Krystle will introduce new jigging steps with and emphasis on travelling and working with a partner. She will also demonstrate and share her belief in the importance of community and working together.

PLEASE NOTE: Metis Jigging Part 2 will build on skills and knowledge from Part 1, which aired in 2015. On our website, you will be able to access the Part 1(2015) and Part 2 (2016-this broadcast) Teacher Guides and instructions on how to view "Part 1" with your students at a later time.  It is a good introduction to the skill you will learn in this broadcast.

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LIVE Arts: Re-broadcast of Métis Jigging with Krystle Pederson (2016) in place of Dance with Marcus Merasty (LIVE) - Grades 3&406/06/2019

Due to technical difficulties we will be re-airing Metis Jigging with Krystle Pederson(2016).

Krystle Pederson is a traditional jigger and Metis dance instructor. In Metis Jigging Part2 (2016), Krystle will talk about different styles of fiddle music and how jigging steps are incorporated into other styles of dance. Through demonstrations and practice, students will build on the skills and knowledge gained in Part 1(2015). Krystle will introduce new jigging steps with and emphasis on travelling and working with a partner. She will also demonstrate and share her belief in the importance of community and working together.

PLEASE NOTE: Metis Jigging Part 2 will build on skills and knowledge from Part 1, which aired in 2015. On our website, you will be able to access the Part 1(2015) and Part 2 (2016-this broadcast) Teacher Guides and instructions on how to view "Part 1" with your students at a later time.  It is a good introduction to the skill you will learn in this broadcast.

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LIVE Arts: Re-broadcast of Métis Jigging with Krystle Pederson (2016) in place of Dance with Marcus Merasty (LIVE) - Grades 5&606/05/2019

Due to technical difficulties we will be re-airing Métis Jigging with Krystle Pederson (2016). Thank you.
Krystle Pederson is a traditional jigger and Métis dance instructor. In Métis Jigging Part 2 (2016), Krystle will talk about different styles of fiddle music and how jigging steps are incorporated into other styles of dance. Through demonstrations and practice, students will build on the skills and knowledge gained in Part 1(2015). Krystle will introduce new jigging steps with an emphasis on travelling and working with a partner. She will also demonstrate and share her belief in the importance of community and working together.
PLEASE NOTE: Métis Jigging Part 2 will build on skills and knowledge from Part 1, which aired in 2015. On our website, you will be able to access the Part 1 (2015) and Part 2 (2016-this broadcast) Teacher Guides and instructions on how to view “Part 1” with your students at a later time. It is a good introduction to the skills you will learn in this broadcast.

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Let's Talk Science English gr 4-606/05/2019English grades 4-6Plainsview SchoolRegina Public Schools Login About
Let's Talk Science English K-306/05/2019English K-3Plainsview SchoolRegina Public Schools Login About
LIVE Arts: Re-broadcast of Métis Jigging with Krystle Pederson (2016) in place of Dance with Marcus Merasty (LIVE) - Grades 7&806/05/2019Due to technical difficulties we will be re-airing Métis Jigging with Krystle Pederson (2016). Thank you.
Krystle Pederson is a traditional jigger and Métis dance instructor. In Métis Jigging Part 2 (2016), Krystle will talk about different styles of fiddle music and how jigging steps are incorporated into other styles of dance. Through demonstrations and practice, students will build on the skills and knowledge gained in Part 1(2015). Krystle will introduce new jigging steps with an emphasis on travelling and working with a partner. She will also demonstrate and share her belief in the importance of community and working together.
PLEASE NOTE: Métis Jigging Part 2 will build on skills and knowledge from Part 1, which aired in 2015. On our website, you will be able to access the Part 1 (2015) and Part 2 (2016-this broadcast) Teacher Guides and instructions on how to view “Part 1” with your students at a later time. It is a good introduction to the skills you will learn in this broadcast.
 
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Beading with Randi (Grade 1-2)05/02/2019

Students will be led through the process of beadwork and design. It will incorporate a history to the artform including it’s significance and importance to Indigenous identity. Beadwork has the ability to connect and educate people to Indigenous history and experience and by weaving together deeper connections to understanding, Indigenous cultures emerge.

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Beading with Randi (Grade 3)05/02/2019

Students will be led through the process of beadwork and design. It will incorporate a history to the artform including it’s significance and importance to Indigenous identity. Beadwork has the ability to connect and educate people to Indigenous history and experience and by weaving together deeper connections to understanding, Indigenous cultures emerge.

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Beading with Randi (Grade 4)05/01/2019

Students will be led through the process of beadwork and design. It will incorporate a history to the artform including it’s significance and importance to Indigenous identity. Beadwork has the ability to connect and educate people to Indigenous history and experience and by weaving together deeper connections to understanding, Indigenous cultures emerge.

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Let's Talk Science English gr 4-605/01/2019English grades 4-6Plainsview SchoolRegina Public Schools Login About
Let's Talk Science English K-305/01/2019English K-3Plainsview SchoolRegina Public Schools Login About
Beading with Randi (Grade 5-6-7-8)05/01/2019

Students will be led through the process of beadwork and design. It will incorporate a history to the artform including it’s significance and importance to Indigenous identity. Beadwork has the ability to connect and educate people to Indigenous history and experience and by weaving together deeper connections to understanding, Indigenous cultures emerge.

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LIVE Arts - Creating Soundtracks for Adventurous Kids with Felipe Gomez (Grades 1-2)04/18/2019

Felipe Gomez is an educator, award winning musician and adventurer. His interactive music program explores the importance of music in daily life. He will share his multi-media performance “The adventures of the Cycling Fox”, a fusion of live music, spoken word, and projections of video animations. During on-air activities, students will learn to observe sound waves, patterns in music, rhythm and pitch. Felipe will also demonstrate body percussion. Students will use what they have learned to create their own musical scenes, giving sound to their thoughts and feelings.

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LIVE Arts - Creating Soundtracks for Adventurous Kids with Felipe Gomez (Grades 3-4)04/18/2019

Felipe Gomez is an educator, award winning musician and adventurer. His interactive music program explores the importance of music in daily life. He will share his multi-media performance “The adventures of the Cycling Fox”, a fusion of live music, spoken word, and projections of video animations. During on-air activities, students will learn to observe sound waves, patterns in music, rhythm and pitch. Felipe will also demonstrate body percussion. Students will use what they have learned to create their own musical scenes, giving sound to their thoughts and feelings.

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