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A-r~(J NAME:~vi~ -:Kvvi To receive credit for this point opportunity each section will need t.obe C~ll record your selected responses on the answer sheet. 60 points -----III.miL~~:0Jl Multiple Choice: tt Read each statement, situation or question. Select the most appropriate response for your answer, record your selected response on the answer sheet. 1. The purpose of an elementary school physical education program is to A) develop athletes. B) help youngsters score high on a physical fitness test. C) provide a fun, physically active break from the classroom. ~ teach children the importance of competition and being the best ~uide youngsters in the proves of becoming physically active for a lifetime 2. Research has shown that health benefits related to physical activity include A) reduced risk of cardiovascular disease. B) improved mental health. J C) reduced risk of certain types of cancer and diabetes. D) positive self-efficacy. lE) all of the choices are health benefits related to physical activity jtj reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and certain types of cancers only 3. Quality physical education is for the specific children being served. A) instructionally suitable B) conceptually appropriate C) time sensitive D) developmentally appropriate ~ all of the choj,ces could correctly complete the sentence ~ instruction~lly suitable and developmentally appropriate 4. Teaching using the skill theme approach provides opportunities for children to A) learn fitness concepts as part ofthe daily lesson. B) to understand the cognitive value inherent in skill development. ~ to feel good about themselves and their involvement with other children. D all of the choices are true learn fitness concepts and understand the cognitive value inherent in skill development as part of the daily lesson. a and b 5. Children are ready for organized games when A) they reach a certain age. ...ID they begin fourth grade. \Q) they acquire the basic motor skills needed to play those games. D) the teacher feels they have reached a certain fitness level needed to play the game. E) they demonstrate cooperation skills. 6. Skill themes are action words and are divided into the categories of: ~ space awareness, effort and relationships ~ locomotor, nonmanipulative and manipulative skills C) time, force and flow D) cues, tasks and challenges E) progressions and spirals Complete page 1 (fib) 2 and all of short answer (pg.6 and 7) -~--""'-
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7. Which of the following is the proper sequence for introducing the Movement Framework from Children Moving? A) Teaching the movement concepts only B) Teaching the skill themes only © Combini the teaching of skill themes and movement concepts D) Tea mg skill themes first, then movement concepts and finally combining the two areas E) T aching movement concepts first, then skill themes and finally combining the two areas 8. Which of the choices directly represents the interaction of the skill themes and movement concepts?
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