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Click icon to add picture  2/10/11 DESIGNING MOVEMENT  TASKS
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 2/10/11 Task  Analysis  Assignment Review of  Task  Analysis Text pp. 108  – 113 Task Analysis  Worksheet
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 2/10/11 Task Analysis Name of Activity Purpose of Activity Movement Concept Movement Category Movement Element . Movement Analysis: . How I would change the activity to make is most effective for the greatest number of students:
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 2/10/11 MEF Tools How do I use MEF Cards? Using charts Putting cards on wall Putting cards on poster
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 2/10/11 Planning Lessons Introduction Lesson Progression Monitoring Modifications Closure
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 2/10/11 Effective Teaching Discipline and Management
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 2/10/11 The Effective Teacher has a Well Managed  Students are involved with their work. Students know what is expected of them and are  generally successful. There is relatively little wasted time, confusion, or  disruption. The climate of the class is work-oriented, but relaxed 
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Unformatted text preview: and pleasant. 2/10/11 Students are working Teacher is working Effective and Ineffective Comparison 2/10/11 Teacher has invested time in practicing Teacher tells but does not rehearse 2/10/11 Organizational Arrangements Organizational arrangements for tasks decisions that teacher must make how students will work Alone; partner; small group where students will work 2/10/11 Other organizational points: arranging people criteria for grouping arranging time arranging space arranging equipment Management of students 2/10/11 Examples Instructional Formats: 1. Individual Formation 4. Partner Formation 5. Small Groups 6. Station Formation 7. Utilize whole gym space 8. How to plan for outdoor activities...
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course SCIENCE 3050 taught by Professor Port during the Spring '11 term at University of North Texas Health Science Center.

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