Ex_prescrip - Erika Meling Exercise Prescription Behavioral Objective The child will participate in one intergroup related sport for a half hour

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Erika Meling Exercise Prescription Behavioral Objective : The child will participate in one intergroup related sport for a half hour, three days a week. Such activities can include soccer, football, kickball, and/or dodgeball. These are activities that are popular amongst young children of his age. The purpose of this objective is for the child to follow and understand the rules of competitive games, as well as playing with children his own age and participating in activities they enjoy. Activity Analysis : 1. Physical Requirements : - Body position - standing, squatting, being ready for anything that may come your way - Movement - throwing, running, lunging, sprinting, kicking - Senses - touching the ground and the ball; seeing the other children, the ball, the goal, the bases; hearing your teammates and the coach’s/teacher’s instructions; hearing the ball being thrown, kicked, or hit - Rating from 1-5 (1 being the skill most used and 5 being used least) – a) coordination: 4-5 b) flexibility: 3-4 c) strength: 3 d) cardio: 4 e) speed/endurance: 4-5 2. Cognitive Requirements : - Intellectual Skills – thinking of strategies on how to score a goal, deciding whether or not to take a “risk” (for instance, stealing a base in kickball), learning techniques
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2011 for the course EX SCI 377:324 taught by Professor Sharkey during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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Ex_prescrip - Erika Meling Exercise Prescription Behavioral Objective The child will participate in one intergroup related sport for a half hour

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