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LSP1501 ASSIGNMENT 1Question 1StatementsTrue/FalseLSP1501 ASSIGNMENT 1Name: TheriskaSurname: Du toitUnique number: 801477Student number: 66372054
1The warm-up should include calming activities and reflection on the lessons.
2Dibeke is a throwing game, where two teams take turns in opposing anddefending by trying to stop the opposition from reaching the other side.
3Assessing learner’s motor development is not crucial for their motor
development, as all learners are able to perform all the various gross motoractivities from a young age.4Learners must perform a variety of only ball activities at the obstacle course
station.5Knowing the phases of motor development can assist the teacher in
understanding what is expected of a child at different ages.6Reading requires the child to recognize and understand symbols and/or
pictures, and the ability to track visually.7Physical development refers to the process linked to the child’s structural or
body size.8Equipment such as ladders, beams, boxes and jungle gyms can add to the
excitement of a movement lesson.9Stability forms the basis of all locomotion and manipulation skills and is the
last skill to develop.10Children are unique and each one of them develops differently. There arevarious factors which influence a child’s development. Children go through
various phases of growth which scaffold each other.11Between the ages of five and nine years of middle childhood, theirfriendship groups get bigger and they learn to compare themselves with
others.12Motor development follows a neurological sequence, which directlyinfluences the child’s functioning and learning.
13The earlier-maturing systems are interdependent of the later-maturing
systems.14Active play can be done in a number of ways including adult-directed or free
play, indoors or outdoors, and in groups, pairs or alone.15
Question 2There are games that have been passed on from generation to generation. They arecommunity-specific and encourage cooperation, a sense of belonging, and safe, fun-filled
competition. Incorporating them into the curriculum promotes cultural tolerance andappreciation. Games can help with mental, emotional, and physical well-being, as well asmastery and a sense of value. Indigenous games are an important part of each country'scultural heritage because they foster community cohesion, unity, humanity, and cooperation.They also teach learners how to apply basic motor skills as well as complex rules and teamstrategies. They aid learners in comprehending cultural diversity through a variety ofindigenous games. South Africa offers a wide range of games in which students can engagein order to encourage different ethnic groups. Games from other countries should not beexcluded from indigenous games.Children also learn social skills because most of thesegames are played in a group.

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