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  1. 1. Bowling<br />Dustin Walls<br />
  2. 2. The purpose of this unit is to teach students the fundamentals of bowling.  Bowling can be considered a life-long sport. I feel it is important for students to learn enough about the sport, so that it will spark an interest to keep them bowling throughout their entire lives.<br />Objective<br />
  3. 3. Students will:incorporate rules & safety procedures into physical activities<br />demonstrate competency in many movement forms & proficiency in a few movement forms<br />apply movement concepts & principles to the learning & development of motor skills<br />demonstrate responsible personal & social behavior in physical activity settings<br />demonstrate understanding & respect for differences among people in physical activity settings<br />understand that physical activity provides the opportunity for enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, & social interaction<br />develop fundamental physical skills & progress to complex movement activities as physically able.<br />Objectives (cont.)<br />
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  5. 5. focus attention on the quality of your body balance by comparing off-balance body positions(either too far forward or sideward) to the vertical. <br />first, from the completed setup position, lean foward slowly, shifting your weight to the balls of your feet.  Lean foward just enough to feel that you are about to lose your balance.  Return to the initial upright position. <br />
  6. 6. Child bowling poll<br />Do you like the idea of bowling for a unit?<br />
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  8. 8. Activities<br />Take a position about 4 feet from the foul line on the approach.  Stand with both feet together.  Do not put your fingers in the ball or align it with your swing plane.  Hold the ball in both hands at waist-level and at the midline of your body. <br />begin counting in groups of four to establish your cadence.  To sharpen sense of timing, subdivide your four-count cadence by adding an 'AND' between counts.  Focus your eyes on the second arrow.  On the 'AND' between 'three' and 'four', begin stepping on your sliding foot.<br />

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