Put your students learning into action! This activity will allow students to use their anatomical movement terminology with actions! Students will analyze common activities (7 activities provided) and write steps to accomplish these activities using anatomical movement terminology like flexion, extension, abduction, adduction etc. Great activity for newly learned terms.
The first page gives a review of the terms that students will need to know in order to do the project. Term and definitions are provided.
The following page lists tips and instructions to provide to students.
The following 15 pages provide 7 individual group assignments with the keys included.
My students absolutely LOVE this project and it is by far the best way for me to get them to learn the terms.
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I like having the pre-determined movements to make it easier to assess their knowledge. The movements are varied and interesting!
I do a similar activity but I am excited to try this one. I like the idea of giving them a movement and then they come up with one on their own.
Using this with my students right now and loving it.