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Age-related phases
- 5-7yrs (movement awareness)
ex. spatial
- 5-8yrs (basic motor)
ex. nonloco/loco/manipul
- 9-11yrs (specialized game
gymnastic, dance)
10-12yrs(application of movement)
2 sequential systems of motor devpt
a. intratask
b. intertask
Reasons for variance in devpt
-physical size
-learning potential
-emotional maturation
-practice opportunities
-cultural support
-environmental influences
-motivation
marking time
child steps up or down to the appropriate level with the same foot each time
intratask
incremental steps leading to a skill
climbing
fundamental locomotor skill that involves ascending and descending movement of the hands and feet
ball-handling skill sequence
1. bouncing and catching
2. bouncing and slapping the rebound
3. dribbling with ball in control
4. dribbling with individual in control
5. dribbling as a sport skill such as basketball
developmentally appropriate programs
based on knowledge of what is age-appropriate as well as information of what is individually appropriate
NAEYC (National Association for education of young children) package
developmentally appropriate physical education for children
developmentally appropriate programs are based on 3 principles of motor skill devpt
1. motor skill devpt is sequential and age-related
2. children progress through similiar sequences of devpt
3. rates of devpt. varies
4 guidelines for judging whether or not physical activity is devptally appropriate
1. orderly sequence of motor skill learning
2. allowing for individual differences
3. appropriate goal structures
4. ample learning time
cross-lateral pattern
child uses alternate foot ascent and descent
Making the Case for Physical Education
a presentation package prepared by CAHPERD (Canadian Assoc. for health, phys.ed, recreation, and dance)
-stating info. of physical activity of Cnd. children and youth
Making the case kit
contains:
-international support for phys.ed
-phys. ed statistics
-strategies for action
-speaking notes and overheads
-sample press release
-PSA's
intertask
movement along a hierarchy from one motor skill to the next