A sample lesson includes the Move task from Lesson 1 of the Mind & Movement resource, exploring the movement skill of drawing and gives a task for developing a solo phrase into a duet. It can be used with students from Key Stage 2 and upwards.
The aim of this 30-minute session is to create and perform a Christmas Themed Dance using movements that travel, turn, jump, balance and use different levels. The objective is for students to perform basic movements to music to tell a Christmas story.
The following manipulatives resource, designed for students (K-2, aged 5-8) in the USA, has been carefully aligned with NASPE National Standards, and addresses:
[1, 2] Spatial awareness, nonlocomotor skills, locomotor skills
[3, 4] Cardiovascular endurance
[5, 6] Participates, appreciates, enjoys movement, cooperates in small group activities
Resources that can be used to teach GCSE or AS Physical Education. The PowePoint presentations cover isometric and isotonic muscle contractions, muscle fibre types, muscular system and the different types of muscle. There are also two student handouts that can be used with the PowerPoint presentations.
This session is designed as an introduction to receiving & controling the ball for players ages 7-11.
The aim of the session is to: Introduce the correct technique of receiving the ball. Demonstrate awareness, movement and control (on and off the ball).
A selection of resources that can be used when teaching muscles and movement. The PowerPoint presentation covers the different types of muscle, tendons, ligaments, characteristics of muscles i.e.: smooth, striated, voluntary, involuntary and cardiac. There is also a muscle labelling resource than can be used as a test or homework task.