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when you move your arms in a figure eight motion to stay afloat.
After being certified in this class what can you teach?
What is LEVEL I and what do you learn?
Water Exploration, feel comfortable in the water
What is LEVEL II and what do you learn?
Primary skills, you learn to float, etc.
What is LEVEL III and what do you learn?
Stroke Readiness, you build on skills and teach the front crawl and back crawl
What is LEVEL IV and what do you learn?
Stroke development, you learn to develope confidence in the strokes learned and learn more stroke like the elementary backstroke, front crawl, and back crawl.
What is LEVEL V and what do you learn?
Stoke refinement, you learn coordination and refinement of key strokes.
What is LEVEL VI and what do you learn?
Skill proficiency, you learn to polish stroke so students swim them with more ease, etc.
What is LEVEL VII and what do you learn?
Advanced skills, you learn to perfect strokes and develope good fitness habits.
What do you have to get to pass the test?
_______ provide more efficiant propultion than padded.
Lift forces
class designed for what?
When should you stop a water arobics excercise?
When you start to get an abnormal heartbeat.
What does a WSI (aid?) do?
Aid in demonstration
How do you keep your WSI current?
You turn in your class record every 2 years.
What is the minimum depth for diving?
9 ft.
What are the types of lesson plans?
Block plans
Daily lesson plans
What is the difference between a block lesson plan and a daily lesson plan?
A block plans are used to map out a full course, and daily lesson plans are what you use to translate your block plan into a day-by-day approach for teaching.
When teaching adults what factors do you need to take into consideration?
they get colder easier, they have reduced flexibility
When it comes to diving what is one thing you should never do?
Never dive into an above grounded pool
Circle swimming is considered
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