My re-mixed version of the original patterns is not only more interesting, but it is also a great way to help the beginning dancer to understand patterns and their function within a sequence. Although it is simple in terms of its basic elements, this dance is actually much harder than it appears to be, since the same patterns of movement are repeated but in a slightly different way each time--such as with a different foot, going in a different direction of travel, or using a syncopated rhythm in which beats are subdivided beyond the quarter note equivalent of "one".
Creating these variations was easy once the elements had been identified, and I was able to see how to connect and invert the basic patterns and meta-patterns.
The video below is intended to highlight the individual elements and building blocks of each pattern as it is being explored, discussed or demonstrated by the students. If you can visually "remember" the first pattern established, then it should also be clear when the pattern is reversed, inverted, repeated, or otherwise altered to create a new pattern.
BE SURE to check out the very end (the last 50 seconds or so), where there is a hi-speed version that makes the meta-patterns within and among the pieces perhaps even more evident since your perception is limited by the fast viewing.