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performance-related components (5)
-balance
-coordination
-agility
-speed
-power
developmental phys. ed
the child is a TOTAL integrated being
(cognitive + affective + psychomotor)
fundamental/specialized movements
fundamental = basic
specialized = complex
affective growth
"social-emotional devpt"
ability of children to act, interact, and react effectively with others and themselves
4 components of positive socialization
-group affiliation
-attitude formation
-character education
-moral growth
perceptual motor learning
refinement of sensory sensitivity to one's world through movement
spatial world
can be enhanced with activities involving:
-body awareness
-spatial awareness
-directional awareness
What is ITE?
I- individuality of the learner
T- goal of the task
E- conditions of the environment
Goals of phys ed.
-skill acquisition
-fitness enhancement
-cognitive learning
-affective growth
2 parts of motor devpt
-movement skill acquisition
-fitness enhancement
3 Fundamental movement skills
-Locomotion
-Manipulation
-Stability
2 parts of cognitve aspects
-perceptual motor learning
-concept learning
individual appropriateness
each child has their own pattern of growth and devpt
age-group appropriateness
what skills the average child of this age have
movement skill
the devpt of :
-motor skills
-precision
-accuracy
6 components of a positive self-concept
-belonging
-percieved competence
-worthiness
-acceptance of self
-uniqueness
-virtue
physically educated
learning to move
+
learning through movement
LOCOMOTION
TABLE, P.8
1. Basic (one element)
a. walking
b. running
c. leaping
d. jumping
e. hopping

2. Combinations (two or more
elements)
a. climbing
b. galloping
c. sliding
d. skipping
goal
something we strive to achieve
Aim of phys ed.
-learning to move
-learning through movement
MANIPULATION
TABLE, P. 8
1. Propulsive
a. ball throwing
b. throwing
c. kicking
d. punting
e. striking
f. volleying
g. bouncing

2. Absorptive
a. catching
b. trapping

3. Retaining
a. carry
b. with implement
c. dribble
d. control of object
Affective
social-emotional devpt
Learning to move
The acquiring of movement skills and enhancing physical education.
Learning through movement
The idea that positive phys.ed can affect the cognitive and affective devpt of children
objective
the means used to achieve the goal
motor devpt
progressive change in one's movements
health-related components (5)
-muscular strength
-muscular endurance
-cardiovascular endurance
-joint flexibility
-body composition
physical fitness
ability to perform daily tasks without fatigue and to have reserves of energy for recreation and emergency needs
2 parts of perceptual motor learning
-spatial world (space)
-temporal world (time)
2 parts of physical fitness
-health-related components
-performance-related components
cognitive learning
progressive change in the ability to think, reason, and act
concept learning
change in one's motor behavior by understanding the movement concepts
(active learning through movement)
STABILITY
TABLE, P.8
1. Axial
a. bending
b. stretching
c. twisting
d. turning
e. swinging

2. Static and Dynamic Postures
a. upright balances
b. inverted balances
c. rolling
d. starting
e. stopping
f. dodging

3. Springing
4. Gaining/Maintaining equilibrium
temporal world
can be enhanced with activities involving:
-synchrony
-rhythm
-sequence
self-concept
one's own perception of their competence in physical, cognitive, and social settings
2 parts of affective growth
-self-concept enhancement
-positive socialization
positive socialization (in phys ed.)
involves fair play, cooperative behavior, and good sportsmanship