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BODY CONCEPT MOVEMENT EDUCATION  FRAMEWORK
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MOVEMENT CONCEPTS, The largest grouping of basic components and the most critical – CONCEPT Grouping of movement elements within a movement concept – CATEGORY Most specific description of the movement. This represents the actual movement that is done – ELEMENT(S)
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Building a Word Bank - Cards  Body – definition (see definition sheet) WHAT THE BODY IS DOING The Body Awareness concept is divided into 5 categories  (Body Parts, Body Shapes, Actions of Body Parts, Actions of  the Whole Body) Category of Body Parts Segments we use for movement, either independently or in  combination. (see flip-n-fold). 
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Body Parts Ask students:  (appropriate for students at pre control level)   “Do you know the names of the big parts of your  body? See how quickly you can place your hands as I  call out the body part” “Place both hands on your head. Place both hands on your  shoulders.”   “How quickly can you touch your  neck, your chest, your  waist, your stomach?” “Show me how quickly you can place your hands on the  small parts of your body “How quickly can you touch your eyes, your nose, your chin,  your ankles, your knees.”
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Students are asked to touch body parts using other  body parts “When I call out these combinations show me how you can  complete the body part command.” Examples: Chin to chest Nose to knee Hands to hip Ear to shoulder Wrist to ear Elbow to leg Wrist to ankle Arm to leg What element cards would you use to teach these  tasks? What would be  your introduction?
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Category of Body Shapes elements of Body Shapes  (while still or moving) Straight Wide Round  Twisted Symmetrical  - make certain students know definition Asymmetrical  - make certain students know definition
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Place each of these cards in the pocket chart,  emphasizing elements In your own space, make your body into a  twisted  shape, like a  pretzel.” “In your own space, practice making  straight  or  stretched   shapes.  How tall can you make yourself? See how  narrow  you  can make your body. Choose 3 that you like best and practice  those.” “Show me how you can make yourself into the letter “C.” “Who can make yourself into the number 1.” What element cards would you use to teach these tasks? What would be  your introduction?
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Category of Actions of Body Parts Focus on specific body parts Roles body parts play in action of the movement Body parts can support weight, lead action, receive weight or 
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course HIST 2610 taught by Professor James during the Spring '11 term at University of North Texas Health Science Center.

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