Lect._10_-_Elem_PE_Content_2_

Lect._10_-_Elem_PE_Content_2_ - ElementaryPEContent KIN2577

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Elementary PE Content KIN 2577
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Healthy Tips of the Day Don’t expect coffee to sober you up If you encounter aggressive dogs while  exercising- dog repellant-water, umbrella,  Sugar – friend or foe?- increase blood sugar, increases  aging process, skin damage Diet soda always better? Add a little strength training to cardio  routine- important for toning, firming, increase our metabolic system,  helpful for your bones
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What should be taught in Elementary PE?
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Factors That Affect the Development of  Motor Skills Age:  Age related but not age dependent Genetics:  Regardless of the know enough to participate(safe  way, enjoyable level) Physical abilities:  All children have the capability to reach  the participate level   Motivation:  Children that are motivated to be successful are  more motivated to get better, if you are good than you will be motivated,  motivation has to be internal, focus on exoteric for the connections
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Elementary Level Focus 1. First focus on developing Movement Concepts Space Awareness Quality of Movement (Effort) Relationships 2. Then focus on developing Fundamental Skills Locomotor Movements Nonlocomotor/Nonmanipulative Movements Manipulative Movements 3. Then combining movement concepts and fundamental skills into Specialized Motor Skills
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1. Movement Concepts Definition : Explain the diversity in the  body movements Four Components : 1. Body Awareness 2. Space Awareness 3. Quality of Movement  (Effort) 4. Relationships Of Body Parts (Shapes) With Objects and/or People With People
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Body Awareness Definition : Acts of the body; awareness of the  body parts and what they can do 1 Shapes-shapes the body move 2.  Balance: Different weigh barring of the body 3.  Transfer of Body Weight: Alternating the base of  support 4.  Flight: From floor or apparatus  Movement Concepts
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Spatial Awareness Definition : Where the body moves 1 Location a)  General Space : imaginary working space (room) b)  Personal Space: personal working space (desk)  2.  Directions : right or left, forward or backward, up and down, 
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