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Ecmp 355 Final Project '15

Learning How to Swim
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L. George

on 17 January 2016

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Transcript of Ecmp 355 Final Project '15

Learning How to Swim
The whole process is about me learning to swim independently and effectively through the use of technology, share my progress online, and be able to teach to students in the future. The use of technology help swimmers learn to swim safely and quickly. My end goal for this lesson relates to
Instructional Physical Education 20.
Foundational Objective:
Develop students’ appreciation of the value and limitations of technology within our society.
Learning Objectives:
Students will develop the ability to: understand the benefits and limitations of technological tools used in physical education.
Front Crawl
Side Glide
Dolphin Kick
Sidestroke
Back Crawl
Ecmp 355 Final Project '15
Breaststroke
Elementary Backstroke
Again one of my favorite strokes as my head is out of the water a large portion of the time.
I feel comfortable here because this has the advantage of easy breathing.
I love this swimming stroke. It is performed on my back with alternating overarm strokes and a flutter kick which makes me move faster.
My legs here move up and down together with the knees bent on the upswing, but for being short and too light not much upswing happening here.
At first I find this stroke quirky, but as the drills continues I am beginning to love it. It is because my face is above water.
Too much glide which I liked.
The swimmer pulls the arms alternately down and back. I don't like this stroke; it's drowning me. Need more practice.
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