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Enhancing Child Development Through Movement: A Comprehensive Guide for Educators


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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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ANSWER: QUESTION 1 1.1 - Locomotion: This refers to movement or travel. For example, activities could include walking, running, hopping, and skipping. - Manipulation: This refers to handling, moving or controlling something using our hands or feet. An example of an activity could be picking up and throwing a ball. - Stability: This deals with maintaining control of body movements, or the ability to remain balanced. An activity example could be standing on one foot without tipping over. 1.2 Physical activity benefits for young children include: - Enhancing their physical health by improving motor skills, strengthening heart muscles, and reducing the risk of obesity. - Boosting cognitive development by fostering problem-solving skills, paying better attention, and improving overall academic performance. - Developing social skills by encouraging cooperation, teamwork, and understanding of rules and responsibilities. 1.3 - Ensure your setup has enough space between each activities to prevent accidents. - Use safe and age-appropriate equipment. E.g., for younger children, use softer and lighter balls to prevent any potential injuries. 1.4 - The age and skill level of the students. - The availability of space and equipment. - The goals of the lesson, such as what skills you want the children to develop. - Health and safety considerations, including appropriate warm-up and cool-down activities. QUESTION 2 2.1 As a text-based AI model, I am unable to view visual content. You may need to describe the visual in detail for me to give a proper interpretation. 2.2 As an AI model, I cannot manually draw or visualize architectures too. I can suggest what the children could do for example: - Station 1: Crawling under a net low to the ground. - Station 2: Climbing a soft, safe wall. - Station 3: Jumping over a series of small, safe obstacles. QUESTION 3 3.1 As a text-based model, I am unable to fill out templates or draw pictures. I can give examples of what could be included in your lesson. For example, Station 1: Locomotion Aim: To improve running skills. Outcome: Children are able to run smoothly and efficiently. Station 2: Stability Aim: To improve balance while standing on one foot. Outcome: Children are able to stand on one foot for longer periods of time. Station 3: Manipulation Aim: To improve hand-eye coordination by catching a ball. Outcome: Children are able to catch a ball more efficiently. Station 4: Balance Aim: To balance and walk across a beam. Outcome: Children are able to maintain balance while walking across a beam. This structure can be used with various activities to help children improve their movement skills.

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

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Published: Sunday, April 28, 2024

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