Activity Progression- krumping.docx

Activity Progression

Instructions:

One of the characteristics of effective teachers is their content knowledge. They are able to develop interesting progressions that help students learn the skills they are teaching. Use this template to create a logical progression sequence for a skill, task or activity for students of varying abilities.

The instructor will determine most complex step (or end point) for you. Devise as many steps leading to that end point as you can. These steps should be in order of complexity with the simplest element in the progression at the bottom of the page.

Once you have completed this progression, you should be able to select one or more components from it to use in developing a lesson plan

Skill(s):

MOST COMPLEX SKILL | |||

Tasks (Extensions) The activities for the whole class | Cues (Refinements) Secrets to improve performance | Challenges (Applications) More chances to practice the same tasks | |

1 | Front Flip Ending | Front flip, land on back | See how many front flips they can do in 30 seconds |

2 | Toe Walk | Stand on both toes and walk forward R/L R/L | See how far they can walk in 30 seconds |

3 | Moonwalk | Feet shoulder width apart, pick up R heel and keep ball of foot on ground, shift weight to R foot, keep left foot flat to ground, drag back | Alternate movement from foot to foot |

4 | Buck Bang | Use chest pops, arms swings, and foot stomps together | How many different combinations can they do in 30 seconds |

5 | Double Kick | Kick R leg up, land on 2 feet, kick L leg up, land on 2 feet | See how many double kicks they can do in 30 seconds |

6 | Knockdown | Act like someone just knocked you down, pop back up | See how many times they can do the knockdown in 30 seconds |

7 | Crossover | Feet shoulder width apart, cross L foot in front of R, bring R foot back behind L | Alternate which foot you bring in front |

8 | Toe Stand | Stand on R or L toe, bring other leg back behind | Use non-dominant leg |

9 | 180 Jump | Jump in the air, turn your body in a 180 while in the air | How many 180’s they can do in 30 seconds |

10 | Leg Pop | Pop leg out, control motion through thighs and knees | Use non-dominant leg |

11 | Chest Pop | Take deep inhale, lift shoulders, thrust chest forward | See how many chest pops they can do in 30 seconds |

12 | Knee Drop | Start on feet, drop down to knees | See how many knee drops they can do in 30 seconds |

13 | Jumping Leg Split | Jump straight up, land with 1 foot in front, 1 behind | Alternate which leg lands in front |

14 | Single Leg Jump | Stand on 1 foot, jump up or down or left or right | Use non-dominant leg |

15 | Twist | Face forward, spin body in a 360 | See how fast they can spin in a 360 |

16 | MJ Kick | Kick leg out, twist leg while kicking | Use non-dominant leg |

17 | Knee Hold | Lift knee to 90 degrees, hold for 3 seconds | See how long they can hold their knee up |

18 | Hip Circle | Rotate hips in circle | see how many hip circles they can do in 15 seconds |

19 | Crisscross Jump | Jump straight up in the air, land with your legs crisscrossed | Alternate which leg lands in front |

20 | Side Jump | Jump L or R | See how far they can jump sideways |

21 | Heel to Toe | L on heel, R on toe, jump up, alternate heel to toe with your feet | See how fast they can perform the heel to toe |

22 | Sliding Side Step | Feet shoulder width apart, step right with right foot, slide left foot over to your right | See how far they can slide step in 30 seconds |

23 | The U | Make shape of a u with your arms, rotate arms down then back up | See how many times they can perform the u in 30 seconds |

24 | Heel Turn | Slide heels inward, then outward, I/O I/O I/O | See how many heel turns they can do in 60 seconds |

25 | Backwards walk | Walk backwards, L/R L/R | See how far they can walk backwards in 30 seconds |

26 | Jump | Jumping straight up in the air | How many jumps can they do in 30 seconds |

27 | Spike | Act like there is something in your hand, spike it down | Use non-dominant hand |

28 | Hat Toss | Grab the brim, toss it off your head | See how far they can throw their hats |

29 | Hat Turn | Grab the brim, turn it slightly to the side | See how many hat turns they can do in 30 seconds |

30 | Windmill | Spin arms in a circle, spin around head or by your side | Use non-dominant arm |

31 | Double Shoulder Roll | Roll shoulders either backwards or forward | See how many shoulder rolls they can do in 30 seconds |

32 | Single Shoulder Roll | Roll either R or L shoulder backwards or forward | See how many shoulder rolls they can do in 30 seconds |

33 | Punch | Cock arm back, punch forward | Use non-dominant hand |

34 | Squat | Squat down to 90 degrees, lift body back up | See how long they can hold a squat for |

35 | Arm Swing | Swing arms back and forth, criss crossing them | See how many arm swings they can do in 30 seconds |

36 | Foot Stomp | Lift R or L knee up, stomp down | See how hard they can stomp down |

37 | Knee Lift | Lift R or L knee up to 90 degrees, bring leg back down | Alternate legs as fast as you can |

38 | Brush back | Hand in front of face, brush hair back with hand | Use non-dominant hand |

39 | Double Shoulder Lift | Raising both shoulders up then back down, up-down | See how many shoulder lifts they can do in 60 seconds |

40 | Single Shoulder Lift | Raise either R or L shoulder up, then back down | See how many shoulder lifts they can do in 30 seconds |

Least Complex Skill |