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Honors Project

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jade whately

on 28 May 2013

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Important Flag Terminology Cheater Tape- Pieces of tape at the bottom of the
flag used to guide hand placement.

Silk- The silk is the fabric, or the actual flag itself.

Butt- Either end of the flag pole.

Tab- The center of the flag pole where the flag and
pole meet. Basic Move Terminology Drop Spin- Consists of a repetitive down, up, down, up motion.
Speed Spin- Consists of a repetitive down, flat, up flat motion.
Money Hand- Grabbing equipment palm up towards the ceiling with the thumb pointed outward away from the performer.
Free Hand- Hand that isn't holding equipment usually in A-hand position. Various Tosses Speed Spin Toss- Simple toss usually done after four or eight counts of speed spins.
Bell Toss- Money hand is used to bring the pole in front of the body then behind and in front again to toss.
Parallel Toss- With this toss you tuck the bottom of the pole behind you then throw it above your head so the pole is parallel to the ground.
Strip Toss- To perform this toss you flip the pole upside down, strip the silk then money hand and toss. Color Guard History, Terminology, and Moves Tab Butt Butt Silk Cheater Tape Cheater Tape professional color guard at it's best The Beginning Traditional color guard began during the English reign around the time of the Revolutionary War. It only presented the national flag, and marched into battle with the soldiers, along with a drummer or two to keep all the soldiers in step. Today, a marching band's color guard are usually found carrying equipment descended from those of military color guard: flags, banners, mock wooden or plastic rifles, or plastic and/or metal sabres. Jade Whately
English II Honors Works Cited: "Colorguard History." Colorguard History. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 May 2013. "History." Color Guard Information Center -. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 May 2013. "Cadets 2012- 12.25 Opener at DCI Orlando." YouTube. YouTube, 27 June 2012. Web. 24 May 2013.
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