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Level 1 Support Coach Unit 1 Movement Literacy © ASA 2006
The Learning Outcomes for this session are: What is Movement Literacy? Definitions of Movement Literacy ABC’S, KGB’S, CPK’S, RJT Level 1 Support Coach
What is Movement Literacy? ‘Movement Literacy’ is; “The identification and understanding of the building blocks of movement” “The development of core FUNdamental skills that go into the make-up of any specific movement” Level 1 Support Coach © ASA 2006
What is Movement Literacy? All movements are made up of basic FUNdamental ‘skills’ or actions These skills are the basis for learning more difficult practices later on These FUNdamental building blocks are defined as… Level 1 Support Coach © ASA 2006
A = Agility The ability to move quickly, lightly and easily (Nimble/Agile) Level 1 Support Coach © ASA 2006
B = Balance The ability to maintain a steady and stable position Level 1 Support Coach © ASA 2006
C = Coordination Muscle groups working together in harmony, in order to perform movements Level 1 Support Coach © ASA 2006
S = Speed The ability to move rapidly or swiftly Level 1 Support Coach © ASA 2006
K = Kinesthetics The ability to feel movements via the limbs and body Learning through ‘doing’ the movement Sensing the movement is ‘right’ Level 1 Support Coach © ASA 2006
G = Gliding To move in a smooth effortless manner © ASA 2006 Level 1 Support Coach
B = Buoyancy The capacity to remain afloat © ASA 2006 Level 1 Support Coach
S = Striking (with an implement) The ability to hit an object using an implement (e.g. hitting a tennis ball with a racquet) © ASA 2006 Level 1 Support Coach
C = Catching The ability to grab, so as to slow and stop the motion of an object © ASA 2006 Level 1 Support Coach
P = Passing The ability to transfer an object to a team mate/other person © ASA 2006 Level 1 Support Coach
K = Kicking To strike with the foot or to propel an object/body with the foot © ASA 2006 Level 1 Support Coach
S = Striking (with the body) Hitting an object with any part of the body © ASA 2006 Level 1 Support Coach
R = Running To move swiftly on foot so that both feet leave the ground during each stride © ASA 2006 Level 1 Support Coach
J = Jumping The ability to spring off the ground or other base (water) by a muscular effort of the legs and feet © ASA 2006 Level 1 Support Coach
T = Throwing The ability to propel an object through the air with a motion of the hand or arm © ASA 2006 Level 1 Support Coach
Summary of Learning Outcomes What is Movement Literacy? Definitions of Movement Literacy ABC’S, KGB’S, CPK’S, RJT © ASA 2006
Movement in Gaelic Games GAA Foundation Award. © GAA 2 Presentation title in footer Movement in Gaelic Games - Outcomes By the end of this session participants.
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