P.E. pp. 3-10
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It is the basis of music and dance.
It is the regular recurrence of accented and unaccented beats.
It is the beat or time of a song.
They refer to those activities where an individual responses physically, emotionally, to music or any rhythmic accompaniment.
5 types of Rhythmic Activities
- 1. Fundamental Rhythms
- -Locomotor Movements
- -Non-locomotor or Axial Movements
- -Manipulative Skills
- 2. Rhythmic Interpretations/Imitative Rhythms
- -Mimetic Rhythms
- -Dramatized Rhythms
3. Singing Games
5. Creative Rhythms
A combination of locomotor movements structured and organized to form natural dances or movement patterns-sometimes called Natural Movements.
Movements done from one place to another, or through space
Movements done in place
Non-locomotor or Axial Movements
Use or handling of objects or apparatuses
Activities wherein the child interprets his own conception of the movements of things
Rhythmic Interpretations/Imitative Rhythms
Purely imitative movements done rhythmically
Rhythmic Movements done to portray the thoughts or ideas of a poem, song, or story
When an activity has both the song and game elements
Free expression of what the child thinks and feels
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