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Lect._7_-_Instructing_Demonstrating_Progression

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Healthy Tips of the Day Cook in cast-iron pots It’s OK to store meat and poultry in store wrapping Try canola oil Skip the bacon and cheese Eat fish to help your heart When your mouth is on fire
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Instructing, Demonstrating, & Progression KIN 2577
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Instructing Definition Organizational Informational (lesson presentation) Guidelines: Keep it short and simple (KISS) Use a reminder word Information you give is based on your observations during activity
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Demonstrating Definition: Showing the movement, verbal information, teaching cues Location: They all can see you, in a cirlce, back to th wall Whole/part: Show the whole movement and then part it up into parts Normal/slow: show in normal speed than in slow motion Verbal focus: tell them what you want them to focus on (body part)
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Progression Definition: moving student thru a simple or a complex of sequence of an activities Inform (demostration) Refine (observe/break it down) /Extend
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