- Aim of movement fr amework • develop awar eness of self in physical activity • develop awar eness of body and capacities Focus of movement

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Unformatted text preview: Aim of movement fr amework • develop awar eness of self in physical activity • develop awar eness of body and capacities Focus of movement fr amework • contr ibute to gener al education of lear ner The aim is to contribute to the general education of each child as an individual. Educational movement is concerned with skill, not as an end in itself, but as a means by which children can experience and understand movement in a variety of practical situations. An attempt is made to awaken a conscious knowledge to what the body is doing, where the body is going, and how it is moving. Children will use their “language” of movement more effectively and with greater knowledge. Each child is encouraged to develop individual responses, but is not left to do as he/she likes. Gener al objectives of movement fr amework • Success – Ever yone has a chance to succeed at his/her own r ate so as to exper ience success • Activity for all – Ever yone should be working pur posefully thr oughout the lesson, thus pr eventing waiting childr en and line standing • Contr ibution by all – Ever yone has a chance to contr ibute thr ough inventiveness, use of imagination, initiative, and lively ideas Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities. Young children learn and apply concepts such as actions, planes, and personal/general space. Identify and perform concepts of effort and relationships that vary the quality of movement. As students learn more complex motor skills, they transfer concepts learned in other skills/games to new skill/game. Philosophies of the M ovement Education...
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course BUSI 3830 taught by Professor James during the Spring '11 term at University of North Texas Health Science Center.

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- Aim of movement fr amework • develop awar eness of self in physical activity • develop awar eness of body and capacities Focus of movement

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