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Adrienne Bernhard

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Co Webster

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Adrienne Bernhard on Monday October 26, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PEDU 575 at University of South Carolina - Columbia taught by Co Webster in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see /class/229644/pedu-575-university-of-south-carolina-columbia in Physical Education at University of South Carolina - Columbia.

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Date Created: 10/26/15
Organizing elementary Physical education Content 8 3 5 3 1 1 When are ready for children ready for organized games a When they are developmentally ready The skill theme approach a Teacher employing the skills theme approach focus on helping children become skillful movers so that they can successfully participate in PA s b The primary goal is to develop competency in basic motor skills and confidence to try and enjoy a variety of sports and PA The curricular Diamond a Developing expertise 9 h 12 h b Exploring possibilities 6 h 8 h c Building a foundation pre k 5 Content areas in elementary PE a Games b Educationalgymnastics c Dance d Fitness Characteristics a Provides dev Appropriate experiences b Scope and sequences reflects the varying needs and interests of student over years of dev c Emphasizes instructional alignment Skill themes and movement concepts a Skills themes i Fundamental movements that apply to many different sport and physical activities ii Are the verbs or action words b Movement concepts i The ideas or modi ers that enrich the range and effectiveness of movement ii Relate to the quality of the movement describing how the skill is to be preformed iii Are the adverbs which modify the verb Skill themes a Locomotor skills i Walking ii Hopping iii Skipping iv Galloping v Chasing fleeing dodging vi Running vii Sliding b Nonmanipulative skills i Turning ii Rolling iii Stretching iv Twisting v Balancing vi Jumpingand landing vii Curling fl Manipulative skills i Throwing ii Kicking iii Dribbling iv Striking with rackets and paddling v Catching and collecting vi Punting vii Volleying body part to manipulate an object 8 Movement concepts a Space awareness i Location ii Direction iii Levels iv Pathways v Extensions b Effort how the body moves i Time ii Force iii Flow 3 Relationships with whom or what the body moves i Of body parts ii With objects andor people iii With people 8 Example a Students will be able to run fast around obstacles locomotor around with relationship effort


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