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PED 212 Week 1 DQ 1 Current Issues

 

PED 212 Week 1 DQ 2 Critical Thinking

 

PED 212 Week 2 DQ 1 Motor Skills

 

PED 212 Week 2 DQ 2 Complex Skills

 

PED 212 Week 2 Fundamental Skill Lesson Plan

 

PED 212 Week 3 Children’s Health Awareness Presentation

 

PED 212 Week 3 DQ 1 Class Environments

 

PED 212 Week 3 DQ 2 Assessment

 

PED 212 Week 4 DQ 1 The Four S’s

 

PED 212 Week 4 DQ 2 Critical Thinking

 

PED 212 Week 5 DQ 1 Play vs. Sports

 

PED 212 Week 1 DQ 1 Current Issues

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Current Issues. Choose a current issue to research that can be related to providing quality physical education at the elementary school level. Some examples of issues might be childhood obesity, budget constraints, family / home environment, nutrition, prenatal care, lack of medical care or other factors that either offer an advantage or disadvantage to a child’s motor development. Review several scholarly sources that offer information on the issue.

Include a short summary of the issue in your initial post. Also address the following questions:

What are the advantages and/or disadvantages of this issue in regard to motor development?

Is this issue a more recent concern, or has it been an ongoing issue for many years? Explain.

Who (or what) has contributed most to minimizing the negative effects concerning this issue?

Finally, include at least one reputable website that offers strategies and/or resources to counter the negative effects of the issue. Explain why you included this source.

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Critical Thinking. In this discussion forum, you will examine your critical thinking, inquiring, and communication skills as they relate to the subject of physical education.

Questioning compels thinking and, as thinkers, you assess what you read and incorporate knowledge with your prior understanding of the subject. As part of this discussion, you will read about concepts surrounding physical education and evaluate your previous knowledge on this subject. Then, you will create your own question for your classmates to answer.

Complete each of the following sections:

Section 1: KWL Chart. Before reading Chapters 1, 2, and 3, fill in the “What I Know” and “What I Want to Know” section of the following chart*. Then read the chapters and complete the “What I Learned” section of the chart. You will not include the KWL chart in your discussion post.

Section 2: Creating Your Own Discussion Question/Prompt

For your initial post, you will create your own discussion prompt based on your own research and review of the chapter readings for this week. Your questions need to originate from one of the concepts introduced in Chapter 1, 2, or 3. These chapters cover a variety of issues that can be further researched.

After reading, use your completed chart and chapter readings to formulate a discussion prompt. Your discussion prompt should include all of the following:

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PED 212 Week 2 DQ 1 Motor Skills

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Motor Skills. This discussion forum consists of three different sections. You must complete the requirements in each section.

Section 1 (Post by Day 3):

Read Section 4.1, “Three Elements Affecting Motor Skill Performance,” in Chapter 4 of your text. Next, use Table 3.2, “Typical gross motor milestones,” from Chapter 3 as a guide, and the skills outlined in Chapter 5 and 6 to complete the following chart*:Section 2 - Guided Response (Post by Day 5):

Respond to two classmates. Review the activities and skills included on their charts. Use one of the activities listed on their charts to create a situational example in story form, such as a case study. Within your story, include a complication in which they would need to adapt the lesson. This complication can be an environmental, individual, or task-related constraint. Environmental constraints are faulty/missing equipment, weather, space, time, etc. Individual constraints include any difficulty or disability that the student might encounter. A task- related constraint includes complications incorporating the activity or lesson to be taught. Conclude with a question as to how this lesson could be adapted in the given situation

PED 212 Week 2 DQ 2 Complex Skills

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Complex Skills. According to the textbook, “skill learning takes place through a predictable and consistent sequence. It is also similar to that of growth and development by how the rate of learning a skill is different across people and depends on a person’s environment as well as their previous experiences” (Hastie, 2012).

Select a complex motor skill that you are proficient at (such as bowling, riding a bike, driving a car, jumping rope, etc.). Explain when you first learned it and your early experiences with this skill. Try to describe how you acquired this skill in terms of the phases discussed in Chapter 4. Then describe the progress a learner might take as they begin to master this same skill.

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Fundamental Skill Lesson Plan. You will create a lesson plan to teach a fundamental skill for an early childhood physical education class (Pre-K to 3rd grade). You will revise/add to this lesson plan in Week Five. To create your lesson plan, start by reviewing and assessing that the skill(s) in your lesson plan are developmentally appropriate by visiting The National Association for Sports and Physical Education (NASPE). An example of a skill is: ”Demonstrate the relationship of under, over, behind, next to, through, right, left, up, down, forward, backward, and in front of by using the body and an object.” Then, review Table 7.3 in Chapter 7 for appropriate activities.

Your lesson plan should include the following components:

Title Page

Section 1: Lesson Information Identify the following:

Grade level (specify what age/grade)

 Estimated level of developmental stage for this age/grade

 Number of students

 Fundamental skill to be taught

 State standard (see the list of NASPE standards and indicate which state)

Section 2: Lesson Introduction

 Provide a brief description of the lesson

 Create a student learning objective: (e.g. “As result of this lesson, students will be able to

demonstrate _________”.)

 Describe your system for classroom management and student grouping (e.g. class rules, consequences, rewards, and organization of the class 
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PED 212 Week 3 DQ 1 Class Environments

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Class Environments. Read in Chapter 9 about Autonomy Supportive Environments in the classroom. Review Table 9.3 on the comparison of a controlling environment and an autonomy supportive environment.

For your initial post, create a model for a physical education lesson that is being taught in a controlling environment. Explain in detail how the task is introduced, taught, and assessed. You must include the following criteria:

 Name of task Type of authority in decision making  Recognition of achievement Grouping of children Evaluation Time constraints

PED 212 Week 3 DQ 2 Assessment

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Assessment. Assessing the mastery of a skill is an important part of any lesson. Many fundamental motor skills are combined to create the more complex motor skills. If a fundamental skill is not mastered, it will affect the development of other skills as well.

In this discussion forum, you will explain how you would observe, document, and assess a fundamental motor skill. Choose a fundamental motor skill that you will assess. It can be a skill previously discussed in this course or one that has not been discussed.

First, provide a brief explanation of the skill and activity used to practice the skill. List all of the aspects of the skill that you will be looking for during the lesson, including the student’s body and space awareness and quality of movement (e.g., balance, movement from one place to another, moving more than one body part at a time).

Then, discuss how you plan to observe and document during the lesson.

Finally, include a rubric that you have created to assess the mastery of this skill. You can find a guide for assistance with rubrics in Week Three of your online course.

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PED 212 Week 4 DQ 1 The Four S’s

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The Four S’s. Read the following scenario that describes the game of Red Rover (an activity in the hall of shame!). Reflect on how this game violates the Four S’s as outlined in Chapter 8: safe, success, satisfying, and skill appropriate.

Two teams face each other across half of a basketball court and take turns calling players over from the opposite side. After Team A decides who it wants to challenge, the members join hands to form a long chain and call for Team B to “send Frank over.” Frank then runs as fast as possible to either break through or dive under the chains formed by Team A. If Frank fails to break through, he becomes part of Team A. If he succeeds, he returns to his team together with the two players of Team A who were at the point he broke through. Team B now calls over a player from Team A.

PED 212 Week 4 DQ 2 Critical Thinking

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Critical Thinking. In this discussion forum, you will examine your critical thinking, inquiring, and communication skills within the subject of physical education.

Questioning compels thinking and, as thinkers, you assess what you read and incorporate knowledge with your prior understanding of the subject. As part of this discussion, you will read about concepts surrounding physical education and evaluate your previous knowledge on this subject. Then, you will create your own question for your classmates to answer.

Complete each of the following sections:

Section 1: KWL Chart. Before reading Chapter 8, fill in the “What I Know” and “What I Want to Know” section of the following chart*. Then read the chapters and complete the “What I Learned” section of the chart. You will not include the KWL chart in your discussion post.

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PED 212 Week 5 DQ 1 Play vs. Sports

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Play vs. Sports. This week you will reflect on the debate of organized sports vs. unstructured free play. Over the years, parents, teachers, and researchers have weighed the advantages and disadvantages of each in consideration as to what is most appropriate for young children.

In this discussion forum you will research the issues and then offer the pros and cons for both organized sport and unstructured free play in the following categories:

 Cost of equipment and participation Safety and injuries Relevance within a school environment Inclusion of children with special needs Developing relationships within the community  Home/school connection

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Professional Associations. Many professionals choose to join national associations that offer support and information in their field. For this discussion, you will research and analyze the benefits of a national organization that offers support within the physical education domain. Choose an association to review and discuss how an educator could benefit from the various professional development opportunities, publications, resources, advocacy programs, and events that they offer. Also include an explanation as to why you would or would not choose to become a member of that particular organization.

Visit the AAHPERD Associations page for some examples to help you get started. However, these are not the only associations you may choose from.

PED 212 Week 5 Final Paper

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You will create a comprehensive lesson plan to teach a fundamental skill for an early childhood physical education class (Pre-K to 3rd grade) by revising and adding to the plan you created in Week Two. Start by reviewing and assessing that the skill(s) in your lesson plan are developmentally appropriate by visiting The National Association for Sports and Physical Education (NASPE).

Your lesson plan should include the following components (note that Sections 1 and 2 are the same as the Week Two lesson plan; just be sure to include revisions and changes).

Title Page

Section 1: Lesson Information

 Grade level (specify age/grade)

 Estimated level of developmental stage for this age/grade

 Number of students

 Fundamental skill to be taught

 State standard (see the list of NASPE standards and indicate which state)

Section 2: Lesson Introduction

 Provide a brief description of the lesson

 Create a student learning objective (e.g. “As result of this lesson, students will be able to demonstrate

_________”)

 Describe your system for classroom management and student grouping (e.g. class rules, consequences,

rewards, and organization of the class during the activity)

 Describe the equipment needed and the environment (e.g. classroom, gym, outdoors, etc.)

Section 3: Lesson Procedure

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PED 212 Week 1 DQ 1 Current Issues

 

PED 212 Week 1 DQ 2 Critical Thinking

 

PED 212 Week 2 DQ 1 Motor Skills

 

PED 212 Week 2 DQ 2 Complex Skills

 

PED 212 Week 2 Fundamental Skill Lesson Plan

 

PED 212 Week 3 Children’s Health Awareness Presentation

 

PED 212 Week 3 DQ 1 Class Environments

 

PED 212 Week 3 DQ 2 Assessment

 

PED 212 Week 4 DQ 1 The Four S’s

 

PED 212 Week 4 DQ 2 Critical Thinking

 

PED 212 Week 5 DQ 1 Play vs. Sports

 

 PED 212 Week 1 DQ 1 Current Issues

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Current Issues. Choose a current issue to research that can be related to providing quality physical education at the elementary school level. Some examples of issues might be childhood obesity, budget constraints, family / home environment, nutrition, prenatal care, lack of medical care or other factors that either offer an advantage or disadvantage to a child’s motor development. Review several scholarly sources that offer information on the issue.

Include a short summary of the issue in your initial post. Also address the following questions:

What are the advantages and/or disadvantages of this issue in regard to motor development?

Is this issue a more recent concern, or has it been an ongoing issue for many years? Explain.

Who (or what) has contributed most to minimizing the negative effects concerning this issue?

Finally, include at least one reputable website that offers strategies and/or resources to counter the negative effects of the issue. Explain why you included this source.

 PED 212 Week 1 DQ 2 Critical Thinking

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Critical Thinking. In this discussion forum, you will examine your critical thinking, inquiring, and communication skills as they relate to the subject of physical education.

Questioning compels thinking and, as thinkers, you assess what you read and incorporate knowledge with your prior understanding of the subject. As part of this discussion, you will read about concepts surrounding physical education and evaluate your previous knowledge on this subject. Then, you will create your own question for your classmates to answer.

Complete each of the following sections:

Section 1: KWL Chart. Before reading Chapters 1, 2, and 3, fill in the “What I Know” and “What I Want to Know” section of the following chart*. Then read the chapters and complete the “What I Learned” section of the chart. You will not include the KWL chart in your discussion post.

Section 2: Creating Your Own Discussion Question/Prompt

For your initial post, you will create your own discussion prompt based on your own research and review of the chapter readings for this week. Your questions need to originate from one of the concepts introduced in Chapter 1, 2, or 3. These chapters cover a variety of issues that can be further researched.

After reading, use your completed chart and chapter readings to formulate a discussion prompt. Your discussion prompt should include all of the following:

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 PED 212 Week 2 DQ 1 Motor Skills

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Motor Skills. This discussion forum consists of three different sections. You must complete the requirements in each section.

Section 1 (Post by Day 3):

Read Section 4.1, “Three Elements Affecting Motor Skill Performance,” in Chapter 4 of your text. Next, use Table 3.2, “Typical gross motor milestones,” from Chapter 3 as a guide, and the skills outlined in Chapter 5 and 6 to complete the following chart*:Section 2 - Guided Response (Post by Day 5):

Respond to two classmates. Review the activities and skills included on their charts. Use one of the activities listed on their charts to create a situational example in story form, such as a case study. Within your story, include a complication in which they would need to adapt the lesson. This complication can be an environmental, individual, or task-related constraint. Environmental constraints are faulty/missing equipment, weather, space, time, etc. Individual constraints include any difficulty or disability that the student might encounter. A task- related constraint includes complications incorporating the activity or lesson to be taught. Conclude with a question as to how this lesson could be adapted in the given situation

 PED 212 Week 2 DQ 2 Complex Skills

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Complex Skills. According to the textbook, “skill learning takes place through a predictable and consistent sequence. It is also similar to that of growth and development by how the rate of learning a skill is different across people and depends on a person’s environment as well as their previous experiences” (Hastie, 2012).

Select a complex motor skill that you are proficient at (such as bowling, riding a bike, driving a car, jumping rope, etc.). Explain when you first learned it and your early experiences with this skill. Try to describe how you acquired this skill in terms of the phases discussed in Chapter 4. Then describe the progress a learner might take as they begin to master this same skill.

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Fundamental Skill Lesson Plan. You will create a lesson plan to teach a fundamental skill for an early childhood physical education class (Pre-K to 3rd grade). You will revise/add to this lesson plan in Week Five. To create your lesson plan, start by reviewing and assessing that the skill(s) in your lesson plan are developmentally appropriate by visiting The National Association for Sports and Physical Education (NASPE). An example of a skill is: ”Demonstrate the relationship of under, over, behind, next to, through, right, left, up, down, forward, backward, and in front of by using the body and an object.” Then, review Table 7.3 in Chapter 7 for appropriate activities.

Your lesson plan should include the following components:

Title Page

Section 1: Lesson Information Identify the following:

Grade level (specify what age/grade)

 Estimated level of developmental stage for this age/grade

 Number of students

 Fundamental skill to be taught

 State standard (see the list of NASPE standards and indicate which state)

Section 2: Lesson Introduction

 Provide a brief description of the lesson

 Create a student learning objective: (e.g. “As result of this lesson, students will be able to

demonstrate _________”.)

 Describe your system for classroom management and student grouping (e.g. class rules, consequences, rewards, and organization of the class 
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 PED 212 Week 3 DQ 1 Class Environments

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Class Environments. Read in Chapter 9 about Autonomy Supportive Environments in the classroom. Review Table 9.3 on the comparison of a controlling environment and an autonomy supportive environment.

For your initial post, create a model for a physical education lesson that is being taught in a controlling environment. Explain in detail how the task is introduced, taught, and assessed. You must include the following criteria:

 Name of task Type of authority in decision making  Recognition of achievement Grouping of children Evaluation Time constraints

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Assessment. Assessing the mastery of a skill is an important part of any lesson. Many fundamental motor skills are combined to create the more complex motor skills. If a fundamental skill is not mastered, it will affect the development of other skills as well.

In this discussion forum, you will explain how you would observe, document, and assess a fundamental motor skill. Choose a fundamental motor skill that you will assess. It can be a skill previously discussed in this course or one that has not been discussed.

First, provide a brief explanation of the skill and activity used to practice the skill. List all of the aspects of the skill that you will be looking for during the lesson, including the student’s body and space awareness and quality of movement (e.g., balance, movement from one place to another, moving more than one body part at a time).

Then, discuss how you plan to observe and document during the lesson.

Finally, include a rubric that you have created to assess the mastery of this skill. You can find a guide for assistance with rubrics in Week Three of your online course.

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 PED 212 Week 4 DQ 1 The Four S’s

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The Four S’s. Read the following scenario that describes the game of Red Rover (an activity in the hall of shame!). Reflect on how this game violates the Four S’s as outlined in Chapter 8: safe, success, satisfying, and skill appropriate.

Two teams face each other across half of a basketball court and take turns calling players over from the opposite side. After Team A decides who it wants to challenge, the members join hands to form a long chain and call for Team B to “send Frank over.” Frank then runs as fast as possible to either break through or dive under the chains formed by Team A. If Frank fails to break through, he becomes part of Team A. If he succeeds, he returns to his team together with the two players of Team A who were at the point he broke through. Team B now calls over a player from Team A.

 PED 212 Week 4 DQ 2 Critical Thinking

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Critical Thinking. In this discussion forum, you will examine your critical thinking, inquiring, and communication skills within the subject of physical education.

Questioning compels thinking and, as thinkers, you assess what you read and incorporate knowledge with your prior understanding of the subject. As part of this discussion, you will read about concepts surrounding physical education and evaluate your previous knowledge on this subject. Then, you will create your own question for your classmates to answer.

Complete each of the following sections:

Section 1: KWL Chart. Before reading Chapter 8, fill in the “What I Know” and “What I Want to Know” section of the following chart*. Then read the chapters and complete the “What I Learned” section of the chart. You will not include the KWL chart in your discussion post.

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 PED 212 Week 5 DQ 1 Play vs. Sports

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Play vs. Sports. This week you will reflect on the debate of organized sports vs. unstructured free play. Over the years, parents, teachers, and researchers have weighed the advantages and disadvantages of each in consideration as to what is most appropriate for young children.

In this discussion forum you will research the issues and then offer the pros and cons for both organized sport and unstructured free play in the following categories:

 Cost of equipment and participation Safety and injuries Relevance within a school environment Inclusion of children with special needs Developing relationships within the community  Home/school connection

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Professional Associations. Many professionals choose to join national associations that offer support and information in their field. For this discussion, you will research and analyze the benefits of a national organization that offers support within the physical education domain. Choose an association to review and discuss how an educator could benefit from the various professional development opportunities, publications, resources, advocacy programs, and events that they offer. Also include an explanation as to why you would or would not choose to become a member of that particular organization.

Visit the AAHPERD Associations page for some examples to help you get started. However, these are not the only associations you may choose from.

 PED 212 Week 5 Final Paper

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You will create a comprehensive lesson plan to teach a fundamental skill for an early childhood physical education class (Pre-K to 3rd grade) by revising and adding to the plan you created in Week Two. Start by reviewing and assessing that the skill(s) in your lesson plan are developmentally appropriate by visiting The National Association for Sports and Physical Education (NASPE).

Your lesson plan should include the following components (note that Sections 1 and 2 are the same as the Week Two lesson plan; just be sure to include revisions and changes).

Title Page

Section 1: Lesson Information

 Grade level (specify age/grade)

 Estimated level of developmental stage for this age/grade

 Number of students

 Fundamental skill to be taught

 State standard (see the list of NASPE standards and indicate which state)

Section 2: Lesson Introduction

 Provide a brief description of the lesson

 Create a student learning objective (e.g. “As result of this lesson, students will be able to demonstrate

_________”)

 Describe your system for classroom management and student grouping (e.g. class rules, consequences,

rewards, and organization of the class during the activity)

 Describe the equipment needed and the environment (e.g. classroom, gym, outdoors, etc.)

Section 3: Lesson Procedure

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