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1786- Came to South Carolina j. First major golf tournament, British Open, 1860 IV. Naturalism a. Concerned with land, forest, etc. as well as astronomy, chemistry, physics b. Perpetuate the culture c. Competition is discouraged; challenge yourself; compete against yourself d. Discipline is non-existent; child/person who disobeys will bring on own punishment V. Idealism a. The mind is the focus of a person’s being b. In the total scheme of the universe, people are more important than nature c. Values are permanent and do not need individuals to carry them forward d. The learning process is self-initiated e. Strive for perfection VI. Germany’s Gymnastics Tradition A. 1774 1. The Philantropinum (Johann Basedow) a. First generated the idea that there should be PE in school b. Credited for the first system of exercise c. Philantropium i. School for boys ii. Basedow- believed in study of nature iii. Use your senses iv. Three hours for physical – other time spent on manual; treat them as kids, not mini adults d. Johann Simon (gymnastic teacher) e. Running, jumping, wrestling, apparatus—Greek gymnastics i. This program began to be copied throughout Europe B. Johann GutsMuths
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1. Writes Gymnastics for the Young and Games and Exercise for the Body and Spirit a.
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