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Module 4. Teaching the Dimensions. Focus of this Module: Activity. Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) Developmentally Appropriate Skills Teaching the Dimensions Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU). Teaching the Dimensions.

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Module 4

Teaching the Dimensions

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Ever Active Schools: Physical Literacy


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Focus of this Module: Activity

  • Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS)

  • Developmentally Appropriate Skills

  • Teaching the Dimensions

  • Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU)

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Teaching the Dimensions

  • The aim of the Kindergarten to Grade 12 Physical Education program is to enable individuals to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle.

  • This is achieved through teaching all five dimensions of the Physical Education curriculum.

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Why is Variety Important?

  • Participating in a variety of activities can:

    • Create lifelong engagement

    • Create positive life skills

    • Help children develop an appreciation for multiple sets of norms

    • Foster healthy identity

      Cote, J et al. (2009).

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Five Dimensions of Activity

  • Alberta curriculum has identified 5 dimensions of activity

    • Alternative Environments

    • Dance

    • Types of Gymnastics

    • Games

    • Individual activities

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Alternative Environments

Students participate in a variety of land or water based activities in alternative environments

The selection of activities will depend on the climate, resources and facilities available

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Individual Activities

Students participate in running, jumping, and throwing activities; individual manipulatives; combatives, or self defence activities, and target activities

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Dance

  • Students participate in a wide variety of dance experiences to enhance development of creative, expressive and rhythmical movements

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Types of Gymnastics

  • Students participate in movement challenges that enable them to develop

    • Poise

    • Grace

    • Rhythm

    • Coordination

    • Balance

    • Strength

    • Flexibility

    • Effective body mechanics

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Games

  • Students participate in a variety of games to develop individual and manipulative skills, techniques, strategies and spatial awareness

  • Inherent in playing all games is

    • Cooperation

    • Respect for others

    • Fair play

    • Etiquette

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Let’s PLAY

  • Dance Dimension Highlighted:

  • Cupid Shuffle/Hot Hot Hot

  • Poker Face Jigsaw

  • That’s Not My Name

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Conclusion/Game Debrief

  • Quality physical education means developing skills from multiple activity settings

  • Teaching a variety of activities has been shown to have benefits such as creating positive life skills

    • There are many ways to be creative about teaching activities like dance and gymnastics

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