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Activity 1.Direction: Name the following Arms, and Legs Movements and write it below the picture.Choose from the words in the box.Activity 2. (PERFORMANCE)Create a 2mins cheer routine with a catchy chant and music, and movements that would highlight differenthand movements and squad formation. Record the routine and send via messenger.REMEMBER1.Cheerdance is coined from the wordand.2.is a physical activity where one expresses emotions or gestureswhile performing bodily movements usually in time and rhythm.3.gymnastic skill.is the performance of a routine, usually dominated by a4.is rooted from cheerleading.5.is the year where the first organized recorded yell done inlocomotive style6.The first cheerleading company was formed by.7.In yearthe first pep club was established at Princeton University.
118.is an arm movement where both arms are bent; clenched fists facing eachother parallel to shoulders.9.is a feet position where one leg is bent, while the other leg is extended.10.is a jump whereas you jump, bring knees closer to chest, keep knees together.CHECKING YOUR UNDERSTANDINGIdentification: Tell what is being asked by the following movements.1.Bring straight leg up to chest and between the arms; back knee points towards the ground; landwith feet together at the same time2.Both knees are slightly bent facing outward3.Stand straight with feet apart4.One arm is raised diagonally upward, while the other arm positioned diagonally downward5.Raised one arm overhead with closed fist6.One arm is raised upward; the other arm is raised on the side in shoulder level7.Both arms are bent; clenched fists facing each other; elbows are on shoulder level.8.Arms are extended upward; clasp hands together9.One arm is raised diagonally upward, then the other arm elbow is bent and pointingdownward10.Arms are stretch out in upward position; closed fist facing in

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Grace Nacorda
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