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G06: Endurance Athletes: Home

G6 PHE Unit

Statement of Inquiry

swimming bannerStatement of Inquiry

The interaction between people and environment affects choice. 

Questions

Factual:

  • What is the process of swimming in any stroke?
  • What is rhythm and timing in swimming?
  • What are 5 common errors in swimming freestyle?
  • How do you create a swimming plan?

Conceptual:

  • Which swimming stroke is more effective?
  • How can we keep ourselves safe in, on and around water environments?
  • Does swimming efficiently vs swimming harder increase speed?

Debatable:

  • Does keeping ourselves safe on the water mean I have to be a good swimmer?

 
Global Context: 

Human Capability & Development  
 
Key Concept:

Development

Related Concepts:

Movement & Refinement

 

Notes

Students will learn basic aquatic terminology, as well as developing an understanding of basic swim strokes. Students will also work with a swim coach to create a plan, build knowledge and reflect on their learning

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