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Human Movement - Chapter Summary
Use this chapter to refresh your memory of human movement topics. You can review subjects like the principles of developing movement skills and others. Answer multiple-choice questions on the quizzes at the end of the lessons. Other subjects in this chapter include the following:
- Interrelationships and subdisciplines of kinesiology
- Definition of human kinetics and its connection to performance and injury
- Basic movement skills
- Comprehension of diversity through fitness
Like the lessons, the quizzes are also brief. Ask our instructors any questions you have about this mobile-friendly chapter. If you're away from your mobile device, print out the worksheets and study your correct quiz answers offline.
1. Kinesiology: Interrelationships, Subdisciplines & Application
In this lesson, we discuss many of the subdisciplines of kinesiology, including the inherent interrelationships between them and the important application of them to benefit students.
2. Human Kinetics & Its Relationship to Performance & Injury
In this lesson, we will examine the role of human kinetics as it relates to both performance and injury. We will explore five major milestones in human kinetics, and we will also discuss the role of stretching and nutrition.
3. Developing Movement Skills: Principles & Activities
In this lesson, we discuss ways to develop movement skills. These include locomotor, non-locomotor, and object control skills, used separately or in combination.
4. Fundamental & Dynamic Movement Skills
In this lesson, we discuss both fundamental and dynamic movement skills. We review a human's first five years of life, and we discuss the concepts of agility, balance, and coordination. We also recap various types of movement skills.
5. Understanding Diversity Through Fitness
This lesson defines the terms respect and acceptance. It also discusses how teachers can use sports and games to help students understand diversity and how to appreciate others that are different from them.
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