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    October 12, 2015

    Creating a Quality Physical Literacy Experience (Part 1/3)

    By: Dr Dean Kriellaars & Sport for Life

    These are a series of short videos (one to six minutes duration) designed to help you create a quality physical literacy experience for your participants in your practice or programs. Each video focuses on key components to assist you in understanding physical literacy and how it is important to consider in your programming implementation. Supplementary information and resources are provided after each video.
    #1 Quality Physical Literacy Experiences
    Creating a positive environment is essential for developing physical literacy. This entails creating the right physical space, the social setting and preparing suitable lesson plans.



    Supplemental InformationCreating a Quality Physical Literacy Experience
    Quality Physical Literacy Experiences
    New Model for Intervention
    Movement Preparation Guide

    Additional ResourcesMovement Preparation Click here!
    #2 Physical Literacy
    This video briefly describes the essential features of physical literacy.



    Supplemental Information
    Physical Literacy is Crucial
    IPLA Definition of PL

    Additional Resources
    Physical Literacy Consensus Statement Click here!

    #3 Movement Vocabulary
    This video describes how your “vocabulary” is a collection of movement skills which are a foundational element of physically literate people.



    Supplemental Information 
    FMS and Movement Vocabulary


    Source: Steve Nash Youth Basketball Blog http://ift.tt/1G1TCRk
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