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HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHYOF MOVEMENT EDUCATION IN1960S, 1970S AND 1980SPRESENTED BY:GROUP 4
Movement education began as part ofdance education inthe 1800sbut foundits way into physical education and otherexercise classes from the 1960s to 1980s.
Although Movement Education haschanged a lot over the years threeindividuals have been said to havefathered this teaching style.FrancoisDelsarte, Liselott Diem,andRudolf vonLabantechnically are the foundingfathers of this teaching style.
Whereas Laban and his colleagues were concernedwith the inner attitude of the mover and the functionof each movement, those who came after themprovided a way of regarding movement and applyingthis perspective to the teaching of physicaleducation. The intent of those working at this timewas to provide a framework that teachers could useto apply these movement concepts broadly in the

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