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Creating an Active Learning Environment: A Comprehensive Guide to Movement-Based Lesson Planning

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Question: QUESTION 1 (20) 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 multi￾station movement lessons. (4) QUESTION 2 (18) 2.1 Study the visual below and interpret what it communicates about movement. (6) 2.2 Draw an outdoor obstacle course with three stations and briefly explain what the children will do in each station (12) QUESTION 3 (32) 3.1 Use the A4 one page template below to plan a multi-station movement lesson with the following four stations: (20) • Station 1: locomotion Station 2: stability Station 3: manipulation station 4: balance Warm up activity: Station 1: Locomotion Aim: Outcome: Draw the activity below Station 2: Stability Aim: Outcome: Draw the activity below Station 3: Manipulation Aim: Outcome: Draw the activity below Station 4: Balance Aim: Outcome: Draw the activity here. Cool down activity:

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Answering your questions systematically, 1.1 • Locomotion: This involves movements where the body travels from one location to another. Example includes running, swimming, jumping, etc. • Manipulation: This requires controlling or manipulating objects typically with hands. Example, applying force to a ball during throwing, kicking, or catching. • Stability: These are movements where the body retains its balance, either stationary or moving. An example is a yoga pose or a gymnast routine on a balancing beam. 1.2 Three benefits of physical activity for young children include: • Supporting cognitive development: Physical activity aids in the development of children’s motor skills and their understanding of how the world works. • Health benefits: Regular activity promotes strong bone and muscle growth, improved heart health, and helps to maintain a healthy weight. • Emotional benefits: Physical activities can help children improve their mood, reduce anxiety, and enhance their overall mental well-being. 1.3 • Make sure the equipment is safe and suitable for the children's age and size. Regularly check and maintain equipment to prevent dangerous defects. • Supervise children at all times during movement lessons. Provide clear rules, and ensure children understand how to use the equipment and correctly perform the activities. 1.4 Four factors that a teacher should consider: • Age and ability of the children • Safety of all equipment and environment • Complexity and variety of activities • Learning objectives for the lesson 2.1 Unfortunately, I can't analyze a visual as a text-based AI. However, when examining a visual about movement, consider elements such as, the types of movement being demonstrated and any emotions or messages these movements may convey, etc. 2.2 Unfortunately, as a text-based AI, I cannot draw diagrams or illustrations. However, I can describe an outdoor obstacle course: Station 1: A straight sprint area where children run to the next station. Station 2: A zigzag zone with cones where children have to navigate without touching any cone. Station 3: A small sandbox where children have to dig out and carry an object to the finish line. 3.1 I'm unable to use a template and draw activities due to limitation as a text-based AI, however, here's a structure how you can plan: Warm up activity: Jogging in place (Aim: Increase heart rate, Outcome: Body prepared for physical activity) Station 1: Jumping Jumps (Aim: Improve leg strength, Outcome: Better speed and agility) Station 2: Yoga poses (Aim: Enhance stability, Outcome: Improved balance and control over body ) Station 3: Catch and throw (Aim: Improve hand-eye coordination, Outcome: Better manipulation skills) Station 4: Walk over a balance-beam (Aim: Improve balance, Outcome: Enhanced body coordination and balance) Cool down activity: Deep breathing and stretching exercises (Aim: Slow down heart rate, Outcome: Body relaxed and prepared for end of session).

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April 28, 2024, 12:41 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, April 28, 2024

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