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1. Discovering Movement: Categories, Benefits, and Planning Strategies for Physical Education Lessons 1.1 - Locomotion: Involves moving from one place to another. Example activity: Running a relay r

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Question: 1.1 The following are three categories of movement. Define each category and provide an example of an activity for each. (3 X 3) (9) • Locomotion • Manipulation • Stability 1.2 Research has proven the benefits of physical activity for young children. Mention three of those benefits. (3) 1.3 Explain two ways in which you can create a safe environment for children during multi-station movement lessons. (4) 1.4 Mention four factors that a teacher should consider when planning multistation movement lessons. (4)

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1.1 - Locomotion: This refers to movements that enable a person or animal to move from one place to another. Examples of locomotion activities include running, jumping, swimming, and cycling. - Manipulation: In the context of physical movement, manipulation refers to the ability to handle and control objects skillfully with hands or feet. Examples of manipulation activities include throwing a ball, kicking a soccer ball, or writing with a pen. - Stability: Refers to the ability to maintain balance and control of the body when still or moving. Examples of activities that require stability include balance beam gymnastics, yoga, or standing on one foot. 1.2 The benefits of physical activity for young children include: - Development of motor skills: Physical activities help children develop fundamental movement skills that are deemed to be building blocks for more complex skills in the future. - Increase in cognitive development: Activities like navigating a playground foster spatial awareness, critical thinking, and problem-solving. - Improvement of mental health: Physical activity has been found to improve children's mood and reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. 1.3 Two ways to create a safe environment for children during multi-station movement lessons include: - Ensuring the Equipment Is Safe: Before starting any activities, conduct an inspection of the equipment to ensure that it is safe and is age-appropriate. - Supervision: Always supervise children when they are participating in activities. This allows immediate action if an incident occurs. 1.4 Four factors to consider when planning multi-station movement lessons include: - Age and ability of the students. - The available equipment. - The space available for the activities. - Safety considerations (the activity should pose minimal risk to the children).

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May 5, 2024, 11:30 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, May 5, 2024

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