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Physical Education “Kids Say The Darndest Things” & Brain Gym Anatomy. TE 803 Dan Blemaster Amanda McCristal Kurt Twichell. Quotes from Student Teaching: “ So what’s wrong with you today?”. “My doctor says I have ADHD, so I don’t want to risk anything”

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physical education kids say the darndest things brain gym anatomy

Physical Education “Kids Say The Darndest Things” & Brain Gym Anatomy

TE 803

Dan Blemaster

Amanda McCristal

Kurt Twichell

quotes from student teaching so what s wrong with you today
Quotes from Student Teaching:“So what’s wrong with you today?”
  • “My doctor says I have ADHD, so I don’t want to risk anything”
  • “I was recently diagnosed with an enlarged spleen, so I’m out for the foreseeable future”
  • “I was at my cousins last weekend, and I was around lots of people smoking… so I have to take it easy.”
  • (Pointing to their arm) “My gastrocnemius is strained”
  • “I turn red when I run, I think I’m allergic to sweat.”
slide3

“I have too much dry skin on my legs and I don’t have any lotion”

  • “I fell this morning, and you might not see any cuts, but I’m pretty sure I’m bleeding internally”
  • (After opening lap): “My lips feel like they’re going to fall off and my eyelids are all hot”
  • “Mom said I have an inflamed patella (knee cap)!”
slide4

A note from the student (verbatim, and with not so great penmanship): “Please excuse Betty from gym today, her leg herts - Mom”

  • “My yoga practitioner said last night not to disrupt my Chi for at LEAST 24 hours.”
  • “My grandma has “very close” veins and says it’s genetic… I’m feeling pretty tight today.”
  • “My trainer gets mad if I participate in any unapproved activities. He is very large and fights MMA, so…”
  • “My legs are too long for these shorts, so until the 70’s come back… I’m out.”
physical activity in the classroom brain gym
Physical Activity in the Classroom= Brain Gym!
  • If you agree with the picture jump up and down in your own personal space.
  • If you disagree with the picture do jumping jacks (making an “X”) in your own personal space.
question 1
Question 1
  • Is this your bicep brachialis?
false jumping jacks
FALSE!(Jumping Jacks!)
  • That is the vastuslateralis of the thigh muscles.
question 2
Question 2
  • Is this your patella?
true jump up and down
True!(Jump up and Down!)
  • That is the patella, the knee cap bone!
question 3
Question 3
  • Is this your rectus femoris?
true jump up and down1
TRUE!(Jump up and Down!)
  • That is the rectus femoris!
question 4
Question 4
  • Is this your tibialis anterior?
false jumping jacks1
FALSE!(Jumping Jacks!)
  • That is the pectoralis major muscle.
question 5
Question 5
  • Is this your latissimusdorsi?
true jump up and down2
TRUE!(Jump Up and Down!)
  • That is the latissimusdorsi muscle!
question 6
Question 6
  • Is this your piriformis?
false jumping jacks2
FALSE!(Jumping Jacks!)
  • That is the gluteus maximus muscle!
  • The piriformis muscle is internal to the gluteus maximus and rests right above the sciatic nerve.