Final Motor Development.docx

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Kaari Grandlund Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN PHED 3100/5100 Motor Development Sidearm striking Checklist (4-6yr Old) Sources: Gallahue, D. L. & Ozmun, J. C., (2006), Understanding Motor Development (6th ed), McGraw- Hill Haywood, K. & Getchell, N. (2009) Introductory information : The process of continually hitting a ball in motion and being able to have direct contact with the ball and racket being swung. Child must have good arm-leg coordination Pelvic range of motion, spinal range of motion, elbow angle, and racket action. Foot, trunk, and upper arm action component Steps/Criteria: Steps Criteria Body position: 1 Little trunk action/block rotation 2 Rotates both the pelvis and the spine more than 90˚ 3 Differentiated rotation Comments: Leg Action: R L 1 Little leg and foot action 2 Transfer weight to the rear foot Take a step forward 3 Transfers all weight forward when ball makes contact with the racket.
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Arm Action: R L 1 Elbow stays bent and swings with a collapsed elbow. Swings with the arm and racket forward in unison. 2 Holds elbow at 90˚-119˚. Racket lags behind the arm during the forward swing. Ball contact is higher. 3 Has an upward extension. Comments:
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Kaari Grandlund Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN PHED 3100/5100 Motor Development Sidearm striking Checklist (4-6yr Old) *Completed Sources: Gallahue, D. L. & Ozmun, J. C., (2006), Understanding Motor Development (6th ed), McGraw- Hill Haywood, K. & Getchell, N. (2009) Introductory information : The process of continually hitting a ball in motion and being able to have direct contact with the ball and racket being swung.
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