Effort Concept[1] - Aspects and Examples How is the body...

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Unformatted text preview: Aspects and Examples How is the body performing the How is the body performing the movement?? movement?? Time Time Fast (sudden) Fast (sudden) Slow (sustained) Slow (sustained) Acceleration (change) Acceleration (change) Force (weight) Force (weight) Hard (strong; firm) Hard (strong; firm) Soft (light) Soft (light) Flow Flow Bound - stoppable Bound - stoppable Free - ongoing, continuous Free - ongoing, continuous Experiences are provided to help learners understand contrasts of fast slow, strong, Light and bound/free. Concepts are then applied to specific skills As learners become more proficient, the focus shifts to gradations among extremes. When using imagery, the focus should be on the movement qualities, not on the imagery. Fast and Slow Help children develop a functional understanding of the concept of time by contrasting fast and slow actions of total body and body parts Focusing on acceleration and deceleration Find a place by yourself. Without leaving your space, move with the beat of the drum. The beat will be very loud and quick to begin with, so you will want your movements to be very sharp and quick. Make your actions short and sudden....
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