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TECHNIQUES OF TEACHING MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

2016 Fall Term

3 Units

Physical Education Professionl 330

A course which combines the theory of curriculum development with the planning and conducting of lessons suitable for both the K-3 grades and the upper elementary grades. Emphasis is on the planning for lessons suitable for the K-3 child including basic manipulative, non-manipulative and locomotor skills, activities of simple organization and lead-up activities in progression.

Other Requirements: COREQ: PEPROF 340, PEPROF 380, PEPROF 492; PREREQ: ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION, PHYSICAL EDUCATION K-12 LICENSE MAJOR, EDFOUND 222, EDFOUND 212 OR 481, PEPROF 240.

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