An obstacle course was designed to help children further enhance and develop their motor skills. This course included crawling through a cement pipe, swinging across the grass holding onto a rope with both hands, and walking a narrow line drawn on the sidewalk has been planned for outdoor play. The three motor skills used in this course or locomotion, balance, rebound and airborne; the five not used are body and space perception, rhythm and temporal awareness, projectile management, fine-muscle task and tension relates. We will discuss which of the eight motor skills this course uses and the ones it failed to use; while added additional activities to obstacle course that would utilize the unused motor skills.
The ball is thrown with both hands in any direction. The player can not run with the ball, so they need to throw it where they caught it from.
Todd Bowles uses a hybrid defense scheme. Utilizing both 3-4 and 4-3 defensive fronts. Bowles likes to use his outside linebackers to blitz and try and get after the quarterback. The middle linebackers are used as run defenders and covering TE, RB and sometimes slot receivers. Bowles likes to dial up exotic blitzes to try and fool the QB and disguise where the blitz is actually coming from. In Bowles’ scheme he likes to use large lengthy cornerbacks to play man coverage on the outside and in the slot. Bowles’ defense is dependent on having cornerbacks who have the ability to play in man coverage and play press coverage and disrupt the receivers routes on the line of scrimmage to enable the pass rushers the chance to get to the QB quickly. Bowles likes to have a big strong outsider backer who can play on the strong side and set the edge for running plays. The weak side backer is smaller
The criminal justice process is similar to a funnel, wide at the top and tapering at the bottom. The funnel image originated from the fact that we start at the number of crimes committed, or the top of the funnel, and proceed to the number of offenders being punished with jail time, otherwise known as the bottom of the funnel. There is an alarming drop in numbers at every stage in the criminal justice system (Barkan 373). Early in the criminal justice system process there are many cases, but the number of cases dwindle down as decision makers at every level determine whether a crime filters down to the next level (Barkan 373). Some cases may be dropped because lack of ample evidence or are plea bargained to a misdemeanor, which typically does
One hour into traveling to Fort Hall and it's already one hundred degrees and there's no shade. My wagon train, the animals, and I are very hot and very thirsty, but we want to save our water till we get to south pass. That happens to be where the middle of the United States is. Hopefully the south pass isn't a steep mountain, we already went up and down a steep hill. When we get over the Rocky Mountains that means we will be half way to Oregon. The Green River will be the next water source and it is forty five miles away. The Green River is too dangerous for the wagon alone so we have to take a ferry across the river. The Shoshone Indians lived by the Green River and assisted us across the river and charged us thirteen dollars.
Three teenagers were involved in a fatal crash on Highway 140 early Friday morning, after allegedly being served alcohol at a club near Keno.
My hike was carried out in the form of a mountain bike ride with our school’s racing team. It took place northeast of the Utah State Capitol Building along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. This path, however, begins near the University of Utah and ends just shy of the Idaho border. As the name suggests, this footpath was created by Lake Bonneville, a saltwater lake that was at it’s peak 8,500 years ago. The massive lake was nearly completely drained by an enormous natural dam buckling under the immense pressure, causing an enormous flood(O’Connor, 2011). Today, all that remains is the Great Salt Lake. A water mass that is now almost 12 times smaller that Lake Bonneville. The lake has many tributaries flowing into it, resulting in a small incline of salt as time passes. Brine shrimp are barely able to process the high levels of salt in the water making
how long does the Iditarod trail sled dog race take to finish? where does it go? what's with all those dogs? these are all questions you might have about the Iditarod. in 1920 there was an epidemic in Nome Alaska. they did not have the medicine to cure it so they
My spouse was traveling on Highway 68. There was a company called H Ray LLC mowing the side of the road. As my spouse drove, a rock flew out of the mower and hit the vehicle. There is damage to the driver's side door. The third party company is accepting responsibility for the damages to the vehicle.
An important factor to consider when buying a house is the location. Specifically, people pay attention to its immediate surroundings to grasp if the area is safe. This notion is highly apparent in urban cities. Spanning a wide diverse area, Downtown Los Angeles is very intricate, consisting of many different parts. For example, there is Little Tokyo that has numerous authentic Japanese shops and restaurants. It is one of the main tourist attractions that people visit. Then, a couple blocks down, people will find themselves in Skid Row —the infamously dangerous territory. This area, in particular, is a place that I avoid because I fear for my safety. Skid Row is considered dangerous because of its high amount of homelessness. Because of this,
It has been roughly one month of me working on bettering myself it's time for a little update.
What happens when a trip switch is tripped? The power goes out. But first, there is a whole digitally connected world out there – a world in which we can press a button and share our private thoughts, find love, and even start a revolution. With their hit song, “Tripswitch,” alternative rock band, Nothing But Thieves, perfectly captures the feeling of this dark, bright, wired, weird world we live in. The five-man band from Essex, England, took the hit single, which is the lead track on its debut album, Nothing But Thieves, to number one on the alternative songs charts in late 2015. “Tripswitch” established the band, which consists of lead vocalist Conor Mason, guitarists Joe Langridge-Brown and Philip Blake, keyboardist Dominic Craik, and James Price on drums, as one of the hottest new dance-punk bands of the past several years.
I believe that it is imperative for students to understand and have the ability to construct geometric figures using a compass and straightedge. Physically doing something will help one understand the topic much better than just hearing or seeing it. The ever wise Confucius quoted, “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” Secondly, grade levels rise when students have more hands on activities. Adding it up: Helping children learn mathematics claims that, “when students are exposed to hands-on learning on a weekly rather than a monthly basis, they prove to be 72% of a grade level ahead in mathematics” (Kilpatrick 27). And lastly, using a physical compass and straightedge may be easier to obtain and use, especially for homework which leads into the next point. Technology is not always available. Not all students have access to a laptop or to the internet.
Steamboats and canals also played a huge role in westward movement. Steamboats quickly caught on and became the preferred mode of water transportation. As steamboats gained popularity importance grew for the building of canals. The invention of the steamboat and the canals was a connection between the Mississippi-Ohio waterways with the Great Lakes, and the West. The first major canal, the Erie Canal, connected Buffalo and New York. The Erie Canal, New York City was linked by the Hudson River in the East, and the Great Lakes in the West, all the way to Ohio. The growing of canal system linked the major trading and manufacturing of the nation. The growth of transportation produced rapid growth of towns and cities. The West experienced dramatic
Crooked Roads is a collection of stories that explores all that is crooked, messed up and thoroughly f**cked in society. But what one doesn’t know and what one may not expect, is the way the author is able to flay the layers and characters of the stories to the point where it is personal. He isn’t writing about Ol’ Buck out in Rednecksville scratching his a$$ and spraying buckshot into the back of his neighbor’s trailer… He’s writing about you, he’s writing about the people you’ve met, the things you’ve seen, the rumors you heard in the town you live. The intrigue of the stories isn’t because of their shock value (though some are truly shocking!) it is because Mr. Cizak knows how to make crime relate directly to you as a person.