Midterm kin

Midterm kin - Lecture 1 1) Teaching P.E. is very...

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1) Teaching P.E. is very challenging because: Students move rather than anchored in desks Equipment and facilities less than ideal Developmental differences between students 2) Education through all 3 domains 1) Psychomotor : this domain is based on learning physical skills. These skills are based upon, movement vocabulary, movement of body parts, patterns of movement, moving with others, and movement problem solving. 2) Cognitive : The focus of these areas are knowing rules, health information, safety, and being able to apply such knowledge, they should learn to analyze different activities. 3) Affective : Deals with feelings, attitudes, and values. This domain changes more slowly than the other two. If physical education is to have a lasting effect on students, it is important that students have a positive set of values related to this area. Quality PE Time Class Size Sequential – “Developmentally appropriate” Developmentally appropriate physical education meet the needs of children according to their age, maturation, and interests Min. of 50% MVPA (moderate-vigorous physical activity) Fair, Knowledgeable, Encouraging Teacher FUN! Benefits of Quality PE o Enjoyment, fun o Socialization o Physical fitness benefits Long term effects: o Increased self-efficacy, compentence, confidence, reduced sedentary behaviors, more likely to maintain active lifestyles as adults PE Issues Today Public perception/stigma: gym label, supervision of play or recess; physical activity is viewed in terms of exercise only and sports Allocated class time o Currently: o Varied class sizes o Multi-activity curriculum model: activities (a.k.a. sport units) offered for periods lasting from 3 to 6 weeks, and allows for initial instruction, teacher demonstration, teacher-led sport drills, and culminating in full game play o o Quality of instruction varies greatly o Teacher improvement o Teacher accountability Lecture 2 Key terms: Physical activity : sport, exercise, physical education, and play that make an important contribution to child development. Being physically active includes lifestyle activity and vigorous activity. Physical fitness: 3 components to physical fitness: cardiovascular endurance, body composition, & musculoskeletal health (flexibility, muscle strength, and endurance) Physical education: a planned sequential k-12 curriculum that provides cognitive content & learning experiences in a variety of activity areas such as basic movem’t skills; physical fitness; rhythms & dance; games; team, dual & individual sports; tumbling & gymnastics; and aquatics Exercise: Leisure: Health : Wellness : Major goal in school
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course KIN 2577 taught by Professor Carson during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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