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    Kines 199 Fall 2019

Development of Ballistic Skills

I chose this article because it ties in well with what we are currently discussing in class. It goes over multiple movement categories such as kicking, throwing, catching and more. It also has very well written descriptions of each of them to help better my understanding. Also it has several different examples of not only ballistic movements but the individual ones as well. This article was important to add to my shelf because it not only teaches new things about ballistic skills but it also helps clarify old things and it connects things we have already learned in the past to the newer terms.

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Good choice of article. I enjoyed looking out langendorfers chart data. I liked that the data was split into different levels between the children. Children mostley begin at level 1 in both skills and then move ahead in either skill until they... more »Good choice of article. I enjoyed looking out langendorfers chart data. I liked that the data was split into different levels between the children. Children mostley begin at level 1 in both skills and then move ahead in either skill until they reach level 2 in both skills. Then at level 3, they progress in throwing first rather than striking. 10-11-2019 10:10am

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Comment by Dylan Hopkins

This article is perfect for the discussions we have been having in class this week because it ties our objectives like development of kicking and throwing together. Since I am interested in physical education I am always trying to learn more on... more »This article is perfect for the discussions we have been having in class this week because it ties our objectives like development of kicking and throwing together. Since I am interested in physical education I am always trying to learn more on simple movements every kid will hopefully be expected to learn/do in my classes. 10-11-2019 12:12pm

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Comment by Charlie DeWitt

    Added to this shelf by: Cristani Coe, on 10-09-2019 11:23pm

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