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Name: Heather TschoepeDate: 5/11/2020Brandin LeBlanc Middle School Fitness Components 1. During the warm-up portion of the lesson, notice that Mr. LeBlanc provides instructions and feedback, asking students to identify fitness components and model the exercises. Lets the students know that they are doing it correctly or not. By asking them what they are working out when they are warming up allows them to know what they are working. 2. How does Mr. LeBlanc require students to continually refer back to prior learning? He asks the students about how they are supposed to stand, what their posture is during squats so they do not injury themselves. 3. Notice how Mr. LeBlanc continually provides positive reinforcement and feedback to his students, even when they make a mistake. This keeps kids engaged and encouraged throughout the task. This is a great way for him to engage with the students because some of these tasks can be hard especially for someone that is not used to doing this type of exercise. It allows for the other students to see what is great and follow in that direction. 4. Again, Mr. LeBlanc refers back to prior learning and relates it to their current topic. He also recognizes a common source of confusion and clearly explains the difference between muscularstrength and muscular endurance. Using the terms, also allows them to have the knowledge that could beused in science. This is something that can be good for the students to know just for daily lives.