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Baby Pool

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saman Tahmooresi

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Transcript of Baby Pool


Swimming Levels
Individual Lesson Plan
Contrasting activities
Main theme
Closure
Prevention
BABY POOL THAILAND
Starfish (B1)
Nemo (B2)
Whale (T1)
Shark (T2)

Starfish

In Starfish class, parents will learn
proper holding techniques to adjust their baby to the pool in an environment that encourages social interaction and fun. Babies learn basic swimming skill, water safety, breath holding, breath control, submerge, kicking, floats.
Nemo
In Nemo class, parents will learn basic water safety skills and proper holding techniques to adjust their baby to the pool in an environment that encourages social interaction and fun. Babies learn water safety, breath holding, breath control, submerge, kicking, floats.
whale
In Whale class, children will achieve a large measure of comfort in the water and they are almost capable of swimming unassisted/unaided. the goals for this class are distance swimming, Pop-up swim, Rolling swim and water safety techniques.
Shark
In Shark class, Children begin learning to swim independently , front and back floats, Glides, and Strokes.
Swimming Progress
Long Term Planing
: Defined syllabus
Sort Term Planing
: Achieve specific aim
Individual Lesson Plan
: set out the activities and details

Introduction(
warm-up
)
Main theme (
skill development
)
Contrasting activities (
others
)
Closure (
cool-down
)
Introduction
Prepare the class for the lesson. It will also be an opportunity for the teacher to assess the likely standard of class. At this stage there will be an opportunity for teacher to watch babies in the water and decide where individual may need special attention.

Include revise and new skills
Two-third of the lesson plan time
Each lesson should center on two new main themes and also revise themes from previous lessons in less detail.

The contrasting activities could be less formal activity in each lesson and have more fun inside. Also will give students an opportunity to build independence.
Babies like routine and also respond well to repetition activity. The final activities of the lesson should repeat or recall instruction as well as fun activity.
Class Management Strategies
Safety
Learning
Teaching

Safety

Learn about your class
Number of students
Equipments
Learning

Child-centered approach
Readiness to learn

Individual needs
Teaching
Organization of lesson plan
Maximum of practice
Methods and techniques

Avoid common errors
Spending too much or too little time on an item
Teaching too much too soon
Teaching items which are too advance
Not using logical progression
Any Questions ???

Thank you
by Saman Tahmooresi
last edit January 2017
and learning outcomes
(warm-up)
(skill development)
(others)
(cool-down)
Baby 1 level 1
propulsion
lap kicking
over knee kicking
cuddle kicking
soccer kicking
prone kicking
word action association (kick),
action and reaction, free exercise,
movement thought water (reflex).

conditioning
water pouring
cup conditioning
verbal triggers(provide few opportunities in the lesson), condition baby for breath control and breath holding, reduce number of cup conditioning from week 7.
submersion
pass above water
submerge to self
submerge between
submerge to wall
emphasize of horizontal swimming position, gentle and smooth
Starfish
level 1,2,3
propulsion
breath control
submerge & turning
back-float
wall jumps
Baby will accustom to patter of kicking and movement through water, having good breath control in free-floats (3-5 sec), semi-independent turns, relax on back with only head supported, confidently move to forward from side of the pool, holding the wall 5 sec after free-float, climb out of the pool semi independently,
sample video
Nemo
level 1,2,3,4
propulsion
breath control
submerge & dive
back-float
wall
jumps
Whale
safety
turns
Those students that past starfish 3 can participate in Nemo 2. From level 2 to level 3 students will foster independent swims. At level 4 students will develop skill acquisition (swim and breath).
sample video
level 1, 2, 3, 4
propulsion
Breath
control
submersion
dive &
turns
Back-float
foster
independent
swim
Doggy Paddle Swim
Swim-Float-Swim
Stroke Development
sample video
STEP framework
How to modify the lesson
Space ; where the activity happens
Task ; what is happening
Equipment ; what is being used
People ; who is involved
Crying at Swim Lesson !
Get information and Check:
Change of Temperature
Insecure Handling (startle)
Uncomfortable Surface
Simple Disruption
Parental Attitude

More reasons:
Hunger
Tired
Parental separation
Swimming experience
New environment
People Phobia or new faces
Wobble case
Advices for parent:
Mentally prepare
Fun bath at home
Singing swimming songs at home and use specific language
Visit the school before class
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