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UNIVERSITY OF LA VERNE EDUC 330 – INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION RESOURCE PACKETS Your group will select 5 web sites, 3 journals, 2 texts (other than ours), & 10 developmentally appropriate activities of your choice (all focused on the grade you selected The first three items should include a thorough description on the focus & content on the material (refer to “Rubric,” “Guidelines,” and “Web site/Journal/Text Selection Criteria”). For the 10 Developmentally Appropriate Activities: Each activity should: 1) be titled, 2) contain equipment needs, 3) include skills the activity is designed to develop, 4) incorporate the age group the activity is intended for, 5) have a description of how to play, & 6) represent all three areas of physical education Do not simply copy a game off the Internet or out of a book. Make sure you describe how to play in your own words. Part of the grade will be based on the appropriate or inappropriateness of your selections. Again, remember that you will be selecting activities that complement the grade you have selected. Make sure you stay within those parameters. Activities you select should represent the three domains of physical education (psychomotor, cognitive, affective): I would like you to find activities that cover certain areas of physical education. (a) cooperative/social skills, (b) rhythms, dance, gymnastics, & (c) sport skills (i.e. 2 of the 10 games must be a cooperative game; 2 activities must be of dance or gymnastics; 2 games must be sport skill related; the other 4 can be of any category). Each group is responsible for submitting this assignment/document electronically via e-mail. Make sure you single space when possible & limit the number of pages you use for this assignment. You will be asked to resubmit if your work does not adhere to this request.
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