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Teaching the physically handicapped to swim

W. Anderson

Teaching the physically handicapped to swim

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Published by Faber .
Written in English


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Statementby W. Anderson.
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Games, sports and exercises for the physically handicapped (Health education, physical education, and recreation series)Author: Ronald C Adams. “The basic principles of swimming – body position, balance, rhythm, flotation, resistance, and speed – apply to everyone and everything in the water.

Coaching a disabled swimmer heightens a coach’s awareness of these fundamentals, which benefits all of their swimmers.” Marie Cook, Coach, Butte Tarpons Swim Team.

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It is based on a belief in the benefits that can be Teaching the physically handicapped to swim book Size: KB. Visual impairment/ swimming for disabled Keep close to the person you are teaching use a lot of verbal communication.

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Students with physical disabilities now learn in classrooms with their typically developing peers. Teaching these students can require planning and different methods of instruction. The classroom, for example, may need to be rearranged for easy access to accommodate students with physical disabilities.

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First principles of teaching swimming to the handicapped are reviewed; attention is given to children with cerebral palsy or muscular dystrophy, physical handicaps, blindness, and deafness. Swimming strokes, suggested exercises, group teaching, and a typical sequence of lessons and exercises are considered.

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But being in the pool can somewhat level the playing field. When swimming, physically healthy kids are facing new challenges and learning new skills. The same is true for those who are disabled swimming. Being in the water might be more difficult for someone with a disability, sometimes due to weakened muscles or poor balance.

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