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1. мАнсніма Marching is taught to move the student groups from one place to another place in an orderly manner. It helps children to walk with erect posture. Marching can produce spectacular and group effect. POSITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS Attention: (Command: Class. Atten... tidn) On hearing the command, the class will come to the following position. Heals closed, toes turned out at an angle of 30 Degrees. Knees pressed in straight, body erect resting equally on hips; shoulders in level; chest forward; abdomen in; Arms hanging down, fingers:half closed; thumb in front, neck erect, head balanced, eyes looking at their own height, breathing freely. . . . . . . - Stand at ease: At the command, carry the left foot 42 inches to the left, so that the weight of the body rests evenly on both the feet. At the same time, carry, the hands behind, and the palm of the right hand should be in the palm of the left hand, grasping it firmly with the fingers and the thumb. Arms should be allowed to hang at their full In this position, relax the limbs. Head and body may move; but the students should not move their feet. Talking, turning back, and using hand-kerchief are not permitted. This position gives the students short rests among the strong movements. Dressing up: . . (Command: Right Dress or Left Dress) On hearing the command, the shortest student at the flank will stand erect and face towards the front. Each student except him, will move up forward or backward to get in correct alignment. To dress correctly, each man must be able to see the lower part of the face of the student next but one to him. 70 *