Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Lab 3.. LOG- Low Organized Games!

Application and Assessments:
1. The locomotor skill i have selected is the Jump. I will tell the kids that there are many ways to learn they proper way to jump. When jumping we want to have our feet together. Also your knees should be bent before you take off the ground. Before you are going to jump, the student should then swing both their arms back and forth and then land on both feet.
2. The three pathways that we used for each of the low organized games in the lesson was a straight pathway, circular pathway and a zigzag pathway.
3. I would first talk to the children about coming to class ready to learn. Then I would talk about giving their best effort each and every day they come to PE class. Students that are giving 100% can really understand and conceptualize what is being taught in the lesson. It will also let the teacher know where each students skill level is at and what to correct. I would ask how much effort should you put out during class? Why should you always try your best? If the task is hard, should you give up? I would respond by telling the students that you should always try your best because it will make you better and to never give up and keep trying. The more effort you put in, the greater the reward will be.
4. Gallop-
  • Face and move in a forward direction 

  • Choose a foot to start with and step forward with it. This is your lead foot.
  • Keep that same leg in the lead during the gallop 
  • The back leg chases the front leg but does not go ahead of it 

  • Bend at the knees and try to be "light" on your feet as you gallop 
  • Never let the back leg pass the lead leg

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