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What is the Philosophy of P/L

To develop the knowledge, skills & attitudes necessary to lead an active and healthy lifestyle

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The General out Comes of P/L Include ABCD What does A stand for?

Activity

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The General out Comes of P/L Include ABCD What does B stand for?

Benifits of Health

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The General out Comes of P/L Include ABCD What does C stand for?

Co-operation

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The General out Comes of P/L Include ABCD What does D stand for?

Do it Daily

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With the General Outcomes - ABCD’s what is the primary purpose?

Physical activity key to child development =
Domains of Behaviour

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If a person has Positive experiences with activities what will they have in the future?

Active behaviors

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What are the 2 AB – PE Competencies?

●Attitudes, skills and knowledge
●Assist in students development

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in the ASSIST IN STUDENT DEVDLOPMENT Competencies if AB- Pe what are they concentrated on developing?

Application for successful learning, living
and working.

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What are the 8 AB – PE Competencies?

1. Critical Thinking
2. Problem Solving
3. Managing Information
4. Creativity and Innovation
5. Communication
6. Collaboration
7. Cultural and Global Citizenship
8. Personal Growth & Well-Being

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Looking at General Outcome A What does it stand for and describe what it is

Activity, Students will acquire skills through a
variety of developmentally appropriate
movement activities

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Name 4 examples of General out come A Activities and locations these may take place

Dance, Games, types of gymnastics, individual
activities
and activities in an alternative environment; aquatics
and outdoor pursuits

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With General outcome A what would the age of Kindergarten (AK-) Concentrate on?

Experience & Develop locomotor skills

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With General outcome A what would the age of Grade 1
(A1-) . What would they concentrate on?

Perform locomotor skills

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What are the 2 Curriculum Organizers of General outcome A?

1) Application
2) Acquisition

Basic skills

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If someone has proficient A outcome skills in acquisition they would be successful in...

1. Locomotor
2. Stability Skills
3. Object Manipulation

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Application of Basic Skills have ___ dimensions in Alberta Curriculum and these are...

1. Games
2. Dance
3. Individual activities
4. Gymnastics
5. Alternative environments

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With General Outcome B what does it stand for?

Benefits Health

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What are the key points of Outcome B?

Understand, experience and appreciate the health benefits that result from physical activity

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With General outcome B what would the age of Grade 1
(B1-6) . What would they concentrate on?

Describe how physical activity makes you
feel

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With General outcome B what would (Bk-6)
concentrate on?

Experience how physical activity makes one feel

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What are the 3 curriculum organizers Of outcome B?

1. Functional Fitness
2. Body Image
3. Well-Being

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In General Outcome C What does it stand for?

Cooperation

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In General Outcome C Will students do?

Students will interact positively with others.

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With General outcome C what would CK–5 What would they concentrate on?

Displaying a willingness to play alongside others

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With General outcome C what would C1–5 What would they concentrate on?

Display a willingness to play cooperatively with others in large and small groups

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What are the 4 Curriculum organizers Of out come C?

1. Communication
2. Fair play
3. Leadership
4. Teamwork

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What does FMS Stand for? and what is it?? and Its the ___ for ___ ??

Fundamental Movement Skills
* Building blocks
Foundation for FSS (Fundamental Sport Skills)

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What are the key concepts of Cooperative Games?

1) Working together
2) Heterogeneous groups
3) Common goal
4) All feeling individually responsible for their own efforts as well as the efforts of the group

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In Cooperative games they place Emphasis is on cooperation and sharing of people to achieve a common goal What are 4 benefits of this idea?

◦ Allow kids to be considerate of others
◦ More aware of others feelings
◦ Practice sharing
◦ To play with another person’s interest in mind

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What are 6 Elements of Cooperative Games?

▶ Fun
▶Success
▶ Trust
▶Equality
▶Participation
▶ Cooperation

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What are the 4 freedoms of Cooperative games?

1) Freedom from competition
2) Freedom to create
3) Freedom to choose
4) Freedom from Exclusion

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Outcome D Stands for??? – Do it Daily

Do It daily!

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What is the key concept of Outcome D?

Do it Daily - Assume responsibility to lead an active way of life.

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With General outcome D what would DK– 2 What would they concentrate on?

Participate with effort in physical activities

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With General outcome D what would D1– 2 What would they concentrate on?

Demonstrate effort while participating in various activities

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What are the 4 Curriculum organizers Of outcome D?

1. Effort
2. Safety
3. Goal Setting
4. Active Living in the Community

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Who was Francois Deslarte, and What what did he believe in?

Romanticism

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According to Francois Deslarte What did Movement mean? AND What did it stem from?

- Expression of thought and emotions
- Stems from ‘emotions’- the connection of the mind, body and spirit

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What was Liselott Diem Focusing on?

- Self exploration
- How might you be able to move?
- How many different ways can you
kick a ball?

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Who was Rudolf von Laban and what did say there was a difference between ?

Expressive & functional movement

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What 4 aspects did Laban concentrate on?

Body
Space
Relationship
Effort Quality

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According to Laban and The aspect of Body what was his Focus?

The "What" and is the body doing?

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According to Laban and The aspect of Body there were 4 areas he concentrated on what were these?

Shape
Body parts
Locomotion
Balance

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According to Laban and The aspect of Space what was his Focus?

Where is the body moving?

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According to Laban and The aspect of Space there were 5 areas he concentrated on what were these?

• Directions
• Levels
• Pathways
• Planes
• Extensions

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What are some key aspects of Quality Physical Education?


●Focus on student learning outcomes
●Variety of activities/tasks/environments
●Success
●Inclusion
●Activity
●Equipment
●Choice
●Fair play and cooperation
●Assessment
●Safe

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According to Laban and The aspect of Effort Quality what was his Focus?

How the body is moving?

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According to Laban and The aspect of Effort Quality there were 4 areas he concentrated on what were these?

• Time (fast/slow) Relationship
• Weight (heavy/light)
• Space (straight/flexible)
• Flow (ongoing/interrupted)

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According to Laban and The aspect of Relationship what was his Focus?

To what or whom is the body relating when it moves?

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What was Laban Looking to understand with his Relationship Focus?

Students understand and utilize awareness and skill in how the mover relates to other individuals, groups, apparatuses, and objects.

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How has P/E changed over time?

Teacher, Oriente, Sport-based, Competition based
TO
Teacher as a guide and task setter, Skill based, Exploration/experiment

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What is the Goal of Daily Physical Activity (DPA)?

To increase student’s physical activity levels
Healthy students = healthy learners

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What role do schools play in THE DPA regulation?

Provide environments for students to
develop positive healthy habits needed for an active
lifestyle

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What is the DPA - Policy?

●Students grade 1-9
●Active for 30 minutes a day of organized
activity at school

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What should DPA Do?

Should vary in form and intensity
Take each students ability into account
Take resources into account that are available within
the school and larger community
Allow for student choice

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What are the DPA Procedures?

●Can use instructional or non-instructional hours to
implement DPA
●P.E. classes are appropriate to meet DPA
●DPA should be offered in as large a block as possible
but can be in 2 - 15 minute blocks
●Can be incorporated throughout the day and
integrated into other subjects

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What is the primary definition of P/L??

literacy is crucial to the acquisition, by every
child, youth and adult, of essential life skills that
enable them to address the challenges they
can face in life, and represents an essential
step in basic education, which is an
indispensable means for effective participation
in the societies and economies of the twenty first
century.

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Literacy is about more than reading
and writing. It is about??

How we communicate in society.
Social practices and relationships, and knowledge of cultures and communication

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What was Fernandez Balboa Ideologies around P/L?

Literacy goes well beyond reading and writing

The APPLICATION & UNDERSTANDING in a wide variety of environments

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What are 4 components P/L Include?

1) Knowledge and Understanding
2) Thinking
3) Communicating
4) Application

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What was so awesome about Dr. Margaret Whitehead?

She was a Bad ass philosopher with a Monistic point of view around the mind body connection

The lived body and the embodied dimension of
human existence

The intimate relationship between perception
and movement in relation to bodily
intentionality

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What was the Purpose of the Physical Literacy Consensus Statement??

1) Promote
2) Facilitate
3) Inform
4) Improve
5) Advocate

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What us the P/L Consensus Statement?

Physical literacy is the motivation, confidence, physical
competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life

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What are 4 elements of P/L?

Affective
Cognitive
Physical
Behavioural

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With the Affective component of P/L what Does this include?

Confidence and Motivation

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With the Cognitive component of P/L what Does this include?

Knowledge and Understanding

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With the Physical component of P/L what Does this include?

Physical Competence

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With the Behavioural component of P/L what Does this include?

Engage in P/E for Life Motha Fuckaa

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What are the 4 Main components of P/L?

1) Represents a individuals personal journey
2) Can be enhanced through a variety of experiences and environments
3) Valued and nurtured thorough life
4) Contributes to the development of the WHOLE of a person

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Why is Physical Literacy Important to Sport Development?

If someone Doesn't learn the skills, they are less likely to do the activity that requires the skill.

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If we were to improve P/L what can we do?

make things fun, make a fun environment that feels safe, goal set, multiple opportunities, Don't specialize

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What are some Locomotor skills??

Moving on floor and equipment, different ways like a crab, walking, running, , being creative like last 100 meters for a race... let kids help

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What are FMS - Locomotor skills?

- Walking
- Contact (With floor Walking)
- Opposite arm/leg
- Head up
- Different directions/levels/pathways

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What is running?

Traveling fast by using one’s
feet, with one foot off the
ground at any given time

GO OFF THE GROUND!!

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Why is Physical Literacy Important to Sport Development?

Dosen't learn FMS, or has a negative physical
education experience, they are unlikely to
chose to take part in a sport activity that requires expertise in that skill

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How can we make Learning more fun to develop these skills?

FUN!! Climate & culture is motivational, Confidence & competence Evaluation - performance
(improvement/effort) Goal setting Opportunities
Avoid specialization

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What are FMS?

Fundamental Movement Skills Building blocks for FSS

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What are 3 Object Manipulative skills?

1. Propulsive skills
2. Receptive skills
3. Retentive skills

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What are Propulsive skills?=

The ability to send an object
away

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What are Receptive skills?

With hands, With feet, With implements

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What is inclusion and what are some ways to improve inclusion??

Incorporating everyone in the least restrictive environment, like social opportunities, we can encourage, promote and inclusive culture and celebrate areas of success and utilize children's own values and things they enjoy

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What are 3 tips for inclusion?

▶ Celebrate success
▶ Avoid looking for issues
▶ Involve the participant
▶ Provide opportunities for participants to shine
▶ Use instructional support
▶ Foster equal relationships

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In what 5 ways can you adapt to make an environment more inclusive?

1. Task/ curriculum
2. Equipment
3. Environment
4. Instructions
5. Rules

85

What is an Assessment?

The collection of information about an
individual’s performance

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What are 2 Types of Assessment?

1. Formative
2. Summative

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What is a Formative Assessment??

A means to adapt to participant needs

Instructors can adapt to help participants
be successful

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What is a Summative Assessment?

Final evaluation

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4 ‘C’s of an Assessment in Education


1. Continuous
2. Collaborative
3. Comprehensive
4. Criteria

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A Continuous assessment of education is?

Encourage, promote and support ongoing student
learning

Trying to achieve specific outcomes

Not a final judgment


•Assessment for learning (formative)
•Assessment of learning (summative)

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A Continuous Assessment ((FOR)) learning is associated with what kind of assessment??( 4 C's of Assessment)

Formative

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A Continuous Assessment ((OF))) learning is associated with what kind of assessment??( 4 C's of Assessment)

Summative

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The 4'C of Assessment of Education what is Collaborative??

Students involved
Becoming responsible for their own actions

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The 4'C of Assessment of Education what is Comprehensive ??

Address curricular outcomes
WHAT and WHY?
Variety of assessment strategies to
meet the needs of our diverse students

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The 4'C of Assessment of Education what is Criteria-Based Assessment

Criteria-based
Individually criteria based assessment
Program of Studies (Alberta Education)
A, B, C, D’s

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Physical Education is not just physical concentrated it uses a ______ Approach

Holistic

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In physical Education we can use these skills to be____ In life?

More successful, happier, and have a better approach and interest towards exercise and activity

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Are Elimination games beneficial? Yes or No? and Why/ Why not?

NO! this can make people feel like they failed, they are a looser, and if their skills aren't the same as others they are being separated and that there are negative consequences

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How do Gym teachers or professionals use Cooperation?

They can use to set up rules, lesson plans, and kids accountability

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Why is a Healthy attitude beneficial?

More apt to DO IT DAILY and having a healthy attitude can make someone want to participate in PA

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Looking at Doing it daily and setting goals how should these be looked at?

They need to be individual based on their own successes and not competitive with others

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What can we do to promotes active living in the community?

Inform Parents of opportunities

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Who created parallelism? and what is it?

Moving 2 body parts in motion in same direction. Francois Deslarte

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What is the philosophy of the beauty of the body and its motion?

Aesthetics

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Doing it daily what did we do in class when we were all bored and learning? we ____ up and ___ around creating??

Stood up and walked around creating words from the letters posted on the walls

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According to Frenandez Balboa How did he view literacy

Goes well beyond the physical aspect, of writing on a page and there are multiple literacies.

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What is the definition of Literacy ?

Physical literacy is the motivation, confidence, physical
competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life

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Dr Margaret Whitehead how did she influence Physical Literacy ?

She wanted to create one streamlined definition that was universal understood, she has a monism point of view where the body and mind are connected

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What is the PL Consensus statement? and what are the major features?

PL is the motivation, confidence, physical competence, KNOWLEDGE, and UNDERSTANDING to value and do physical activity

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How is $$ a barrier in PE?

Not everyone can afford sports so they don't get the same opportunities as others

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Improving PL has a social aspect... what is it?

Holds people accountable, and is a huge part for people feeling more apt to stick with activities, Going to spin with a friend... Gym buddy ext let them down

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Why is Competence hard to look at?

Because this is different for everyone and in every situation so you need to be adaptable

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Why is sport specialization bad?

Because it becomes like a job, they are forced to do something for so long and then they only become competent in that one sport where they may not have transferable skills that will allow them to be open minded and they need cross circular skills

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When we were playing Captian's Coming how did we make this unique? and what population is this better for?

better for older populations because there are a lot of instructions, we created personal cues and ideas, both individual and cooperative.. create motions and ideas that are fun! if younger population you need to have less cues and make it more adaptable for them then slowly add in more.

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When doing games, what are some progressions or adaptions that we can make both game wise and in the environment?

Make smaller boundaries, different forms of movement, and less instructions initially and gradually add in more

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What are teaching Cues?

Short easy to remember cues to get your point across in an efficient way (excite the imagination)

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When using teaching cues, what are some things that can be negative?

Long outdrawn = bored and forget cues,

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What are some positive examples of teaching cues?

Tall like a tree, heavy like an elephant, hop like a bunny

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What are some ways we can travel?

Walk, Run, March, Gallop, Side shuffle, Hop, Crawl, Bear crawl, Crab Hands, Diagonal motion...

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What is the difference between walking and running?

Running there is an element of flight where walking is constant ground contact

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When landing what is the correct foot progression?

Heel, Ball, Toe

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What is the difference between Hopping and Jumping?

Jumping 2 foot take off, hopping is single leg

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How can we change Jumping?

We can go for distance, Height, change body positions

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How are we suppose to land 2 aspects that are especially important?

** Increase surface area (Greatest surface area)**
** Greatest amount of time**

125

Looking at Galloping what figure described a Chasse?

Ruldoph Lebban Romanticism because its rhythmic

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Why is it bad to have captian's for forming teams?

they create inferior and superior people, separate people based on skills and being picked last can feel harsh and remain in peoples Mind (Lewis Hows)

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When you are numbering off people, what should you ensure they do?

Go to designated areas, because they may leave or change numbers so they are with their friends

128

Mingle Mingle ! WTF is this yo!!

Walk around dancing saying mingle mingle mingle!! and they call out... 3 hips... 4 feet... ect ....IF THERE IS SOMEONE LEFT OVER GROUPS MUST FIGHT OVER THEM!! so they arent left out.

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What are some negatives of relay races?

Lot of standing around so ensure groups are smaller than three.