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subcategories of fundamental movement skills

Body Management skills
Locomotor skills
Object control skills

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Body Management skills

balnce the body in stillness and motion

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locomotor and object control skill

fundamental motor skill

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locomotor skill

movements that transports body from one place to another

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object control skill

movement that controls object primarily with hand and feet

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skills used in sports

advanced versions of fundamental motor skills

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exp. for locomotor skills

running
hopping
skipping
gallopping
leaping
jumping

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exp. for object control skill

throwing
kicking
catching
rolling
bouncing
striking

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what are FMS for more advanced movements

the building blocks

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stages of motor development mountain

reflexes & reactions
FMS
Proficiency barrier
transitional skills
sports skills & PA

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what age do FMS develop

3-11 years

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big misconception regarding FMS

FMS are required naturally (WRONG!)
they need to be taught and instructed

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critical elements

key observable components of motor skill

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phases of skill

preperation phase
execution (action) phase
following-through phase

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preperation phase

gets student ready for force producting movement

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execution (action) phase

force producing movement
"critical instant" point of contact or release

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follow-through phase

movement after execution phase
movment slows doen after impact
preperation for next action

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instructional cues

before the performance
abbreviated (verkürzt) form of critical features of a task
new task quickly communucate to the learner´s technique

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exp for instructional cue

throwing a basketball - gooseneck finish

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feedback

after the performance
provide learner with info about performance

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exp for feedback and instructional cues

(Upper arm & forarm for throwing)
instructional cue: make L with arm and reach
feedback: ellbow back, ellbow past ear