This gives a definition of what distributed practice is and an example of how you can use it to create a study schedule. In physical education a distributed practice schedule can be used very effectively for classes that meet daily. It helps students learn basic skills that can be combined into more complex tasks.
This would be an example of an image that depicts how to throw a boomerang. I would also write out in words the steps of the skill so students can see the pictures and the words. Helping verbal, visual, linguistic, and kinesthetic learners all at the same time.
ProProfs Quiz Maker - Group of 8th grade students and what they know about about different athletic related topics along with exspectaions that I have exspected of them.
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This is an example of a pre-test that would be used in a physical education class. I would use this to gauge students skill level before each unit. Students can also see what areas they need to work on.
This is an example of how music can be incorporated into a physical education setting to help children incorporate skills with different rhythms. (This video does not include kids, but it is just showing what can be done with kids).
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