INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF ASIA AND THE PACIFICAlimannao Hills, Peñablanca, CagayanTelefax No: (078)304-1010Website: .edu.phE-Mail Address: [email protected]Subject Code:PE 2School Year: 2019-2020Subject Title: GYMNASTICSSemester: 2ndSemesterTerm: MIDTERM EXAMINATIONCAC, JESSA MAE AGPALZA05/20/2020BSAC 1- KREMLIN 1.Differentiate locomotor and non-locomotor movements. (minimum of 5 sentences) 10ptsLocomotor Movements are movements where the body travels through space from onelocation to another. Locomotor movements primarity use the feet for support however,the body can travel on other parts such as the hands and feet. They are categorized aseither even or uneven movements. Even rhythm movements consist of equal, unvaryingactions. These movements include: Even rhythm movements consist of equal, unvaryingactions. These movements include; walking, running, hopping, leaping, and jumping. Onthe other hand, the Uneven rhythm movements tht consist of unequal actions. They alsosometimes incorporate alternating actions. These movements include; Skipping,Galloping, and Sliding. While, Non Locomotor are movements that occur in the bodyparts or the whole body and do not cause the body to travel to another space. However,non locomotor movements can be combined with locomotor movements such as a walkand arm swing. Some of the exmples of non-locomotor movements are swing, twist, turn,shake, bend, stretch, wiggle nd rock or sway.
2. Give an activity that shows an example of: 10ptsLocomotor movementFor the Even RhythmFor the uneven rhythmRunningSkippingWalkingGallopingJumpingSlidingHoppingLeaping•Non-locomotor movementSwingTwistTurnShakeBendStretchWiggle Rock or sway3. In conducting floor skills, what are the safety precautions that performers should bear inmind before executing/performing those different skills to avoid injury? 15PtsSome of th safety precautions that performers should bear in mind before