S202_P3_6P_student copy.pdf

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Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic Initial May have avoidance reaction Limited body movements in attempt to catch Usually miss or mostly use body to trap Elementary More body movements in attempt to catch Uneven and poorly timed arm movements Could get in contact but unable to trap successfully Mature No avoidance reaction Arms relaxed at sides with forearms held in front of body Well-timed and simultaneous body and arm movements Gallahue et al., 2012
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How to differentiate developed and undeveloped manipulative skill? Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic Initial Restricted trunk movements Short forward leg swing with little follow through May miss the object Elementary Preparatory backswing with longer follow through Kicking leg tends to remain bent Make few deliberate steps towards object before kicking Mature Trunk bends at waist during follow through Arms swing in opposite direction during kicking Approach the object with a run or leap before kicking Gallahue et al., 2012
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By age 2 to 3, fundamental motor skills would have started to develop. Learners establish FMS in a natural progression from Initial Elementary Mature stage Between age 7 to 10, one would have developed respective FMS at mature stage and entered into the transition stage of specialised movement phase. At age 13, adolescents should be performing complex movement skills required for respective sport games at application stage Transition Application Lifelong utilisation stage Differences in physical size (e.g. growth rate & maturity onset) and motor skills (e.g. skill proficiency) are due to both environmental and genetic factors (see worksheets for elaborated answers) Back to the Problem: Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic
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What you have learnt today Understand how the phases and stages of human motor development progress across the various life span. Describe fundamental skills and explain its importance in human motor development. Discuss the categories of fundamental skills and the identification of their respective developed and undeveloped characteristics. Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic
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