At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to;
a. define locomotor and non-locomotor movements;
b. explain the different types of locomotor and non-locomotor movements; and
c. demonstrate the aforementioned types of movement.
This topic tells about locomotor and non-locomotor movements. This covers the definition and different steps in these movements in order for the students to execute and be familiarized with these steps.
III. Learning Content:
1. Locomotor Movement - in which the body travels from place to place usually identified by weight transference on the feet.
-transference of weight from one foot to the other
-same as walk except the body leaves the ground between weight changes
-same as run except the body is suspended in air between weight changes
-leaving the floor from one or two feet and landing on one foot
-leaving the floor and landing on both feet
-a combination of a step and a leap
2. Non-locomotor movement-in which the body performs without appreciable movement from place to place on movements of the various parts of the body in fixed base
- bending or shortening of the body part occurring at a joint
-turning or twisting, circling
-swinging/swaying arms forward backward or sideward
-striking and hitting; pulling and pushing
-shaking and beating
- a slow,smooth flowing movement with a balance throughout the series.
- a sharp movement followed by a series of slow or prolonged movements