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SWIMMING THROUGH THE STROKES Molly Griffin
Content Area: Physical Education: Swimming Grade Level: Demonstrate basic motor skills in three or more of the following categories: aquatics, dance, fitness activities, individualdual sports, outdoor pursuits, leisure pursuits, self-defense, teamsports and cooperative games/activities Summary: The student will be given videos to look at, and further studythe strokes displayed. After watching, the student should be ableto recognize differences between thestrokes, the student willthen answer questions pertaining to what they read. Learning Objective: Given videos on how to swim the four main strokes, the student will be able to answer questions about the differentstrokes with 100% accuracy. Content Standard: Analyze the capabilities and limitations of current andemerging technology resources and assess their potential toaddress personal, social, lifelong learning, and career needs.(4,5,6)
INSTRUCTIONS: Using the website linked in the next slide, you will watch a video of an Olympic swimmer in a medley of the four basic strokes. After watching the video, you will answer the questions at the end of this Power Point about the different swim strokes (Butterfly, Backstroke, Breaststroke, and Freestyle).
Video Using the link below, watch this video of the Olympic Trials. The order that the swimmers swim the strokes is: Butterfly, Backstroke, Breaststroke, and Freestyle. After finishing the video, return to the Power Point and answer the questions about the different strokes. sr sr
Question 1: Which stroke uses the frog kick? Butterfly Backstroke Breaststroke Freestyle
Correct! The breaststroke uses what is called the frog kick.
Question 2: Which stroke does it appear that the swimmer can breathe all of the time? Butterfly Backstroke Breaststroke Freestyle
Correct! While swimming the backstroke, the swimmer is always on their back, allowing them to breathe whenever they feel the need to.
Question 3: Which stoke does the swimmer’s arms come out of the water and over their head at the same time? Butterfly Backstroke Breaststroke Freestyle
Correct! While swimming the butterfly, the swimmers arms come out of the water at the same time and go above the head before re-entering the water.
Question 4: Which stroke is the swimmer on their stomach with their arms going in what appears to be a windmill? Butterfly Backstroke Breaststroke Freestyle
Correct! The freestyle stroke is performed by the swimmer’s arms coming out of the water at different times, representing a windmill, while the swimmer stays on their stomach.
INCORRECT! Try again. Refer back to the video if you need to.
The End! Thank you for taking your time to complete this interactive lesson! I hope that this gave you a better understanding of the different strokes.