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34 Cards in this Set

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self worth
=being worthy in estimation of others due to personal characteristics
social emotional domain definition
=act, interact, and react effectively with other people as well as themselves
parallel play
=ages 5-6
-playing in same general space as another child with own equipment
=efficiently accomplish a task
health-related fitness components
a. aerobic endurance
b. muscular strength
c. muscular endurance
d. flexibility
frequency, intensity, and time
"ness" of fitness
now, extending, succeeding, systematic and sequential plan
acceptance of self
=unconditional acceptance of children for who they are
acceptance of limits
=clearly defined content and behavioral rules
FIT (for kids)
fun, intrinsic motivation, and two c's : competence and confidence
key aspects of developmentally appropriate social emotional domain
a. self concept
b. play skill development
=recognition of individuality
cooperative play
=ages 6-7
-work in small groups, share equipment
egocentric play
=below the age of 6
-playing alone with own piece of equipment
what is one vital component of of a comprehensive PE program
social emotional or affective domain
how to enhance feelings of belonging
a. ensure lots of equipment available for all children
b. station work with variety of skill level
c. incorporate games
d. cooperative activities
e. collaborative activities
f. collective score activities
how to enhance self worth
a. ensure courtesy and respect
b. use reinforcing signals
ex. thumbs up
how to promote feelings of self-acceptance
a. present individual awards
ex. participation award
b. post students rights
ex. right to be safe, happy...
=valuable group member, achievements recognized, environment promotes respect and success
team play
=ages 10-12
-self directed tasks, work toward a common goal
play skill development
-egocentric play or solitary play, parallel play, small group play, and team play
self concept
=how a child thinks others feel about about him or her
-feelings of belonging, comptence, self worth, acceptance of self, acceptance of limits, and uniqueness
how to define and reinforce acceptance of limits
a. clear rules and consequences for violation
b. rewards for following rules
c. define limits for each lesson
small group play
=ages 8-9
-work in small groups, share equipment
how to promote uniqueness
a. focus on strengths and achievements
b. demonstration
c. establish personal charts of achievements
d. publically announce achievements
e. establish clubs for outside participation
f. send home reports
components of social emotional category
a. sportsmanship
b. cooperation
c. teamwork
guided discovery
=allows students to make individual decisions about how to respond to movement problems
outcomes related to physical fitness in children's PE
a. regular participation
b. know and value the benefits from PE activities
c. maintain/improve helath-related fitness
what are some examples of uniqueness in students
a. body type
b. athletic ability
c. developmental level
collective score activities
-older elementary
-involve points when teams work together to a common end
how to group students which promote feelings of belonging
-numbers, colors, animal names, or generic characteristics (month of birth)
problem solving
-allows correct solutions to movement challenges
what happens when children don't feel competent
-feelings of inadequacy lead to poor performance which leads to poor self concept
how to encourage feelings of competence
a. provide lots of various equipment
b. modify activities as needed
c. use problem solving activities
d. individual, partner, or small groups when ready
e. extra attention to those struggling with skills