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Unlocking Movement Mastery: A Comprehensive Guide for Teachers and 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 1 (20) 1.1 The three categories of movements are: • Locomotion: This is movement or travel from one location to another. It includes all forms of movements that lead to a change in location. An example could be running, walking or jumping. • Manipulation: This refers to controlling the movement of objects with one’s body or body part(s). An example would be bouncing a ball, catching or throwing. • Stability: This involves maintaining or achieving a state of physical balance. An example is stances, bends, and stretches. 1.2 The benefits of physical activity for young children include: • Improved physical health – Cardiovascular fitness, strength, flexibility, bone density etc. • Enhanced mental health – Better concentration, improved mood, reduced anxiety, and better sleep. • Social development – Improved self-confidence, improved team working skills, etc. 1.3 Two ways in which a safe environment can be created for children during multi-station movement lessons are: • Ensuring the equipment used is safe and suitable for the age and ability of the children. • Supervising the children at all times to ensure they perform activities safely. 1.4 Factors that teachers should consider when planning multi-station movement lessons include: • Age and ability of the students. • Safety of the activities and the environment. • Balancing between the categories of movements. • Inclusion of all students. QUESTION 2 (18) 2.1 I'm sorry as a text-based AI, I cannot view or interpret visuals. 2.2 I'm unable to physically create or draw anything due to my text-based nature. However, an example of an outdoor obstacle course with three stations could be the following: Station 1: Tunnel Crawl - Children crawl through a tunnel. Station 2: Balance Beam - Children walk across a balance beam. Station 3: Zigzag Cones - Children run in a zigzag pattern around cones. QUESTION 3 (32) 3.1 Similarly, I can't physically draw or use a template. However, I can suggest activities for each station: Station 1: Locomotion Aim: To improve running skills Outcome: Children will be able to run more efficiently. Activity: Children will participate in relay races. Station 2: Stability Aim: To develop balance Outcome: Children will be able to balance on one foot for longer periods. Activity: Children will practice balancing on one foot. Station 3: Manipulation Aim: To enhance hand-eye coordination Outcome: Improved ability to catch balls. Activity: Children will practice throwing and catching balls. Station 4: Balance Aim: To maximize balance while moving Outcome: Enhanced ability to balance while moving. Activity: Children will practice walking on a balance beam. Warm-Up Activity: Light stretching and jogging in place. Cool Down Activity: Deep breathing and slow, gentle stretching.

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April 28, 2024, 12:42 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, April 28, 2024

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