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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday. November 9, 1971. Archery at Hamilton Junior High School Elementary program all-encomuas SL C7 g wing I.Hhljriiljje School n O j> f _ c ti i con i p c i elen r M: 10 I p1 cation g is p tt n n 01 cdi 1971. ar" co pro f I ur o for F i u j c each ir c' i i f i i lii in in K tH i i u n i are i i 1 i pr _i n i r t, irn TI d ph iced f> i _ MI in ni p n ticip lion 1 ing individual differ t nd developing a child' n i ity to think I t1 chool 1 i u i i i 1 t h r JL mi td e ti i rut i Ml II 1 'I J pi Till e h H f rnl-- very limited inter M nl I i ion Fi1 or its own culminating a- M it i To i r 1 igue if n i rn _ Ln volleyball l> 11 f i ill, s o c c o r i ud flu hot k M i i i i t iH H! s; rt t n _ l 1 '1 111 tr o--e.'i-. villcvhall. and hiu-1. and field Other aclivi. lit-s flubs im-lude- flag bti-.vlinfj sv.'imniing, track am] field, gymnastics, (able tennis and skating. A intei'est and orrmhasis is evident in the. of wrestling, cross ooun- and lrar-k and fieUI. A recreational (-B" oplion offered in eacli of the three larger junior high schools. Al- though we experienced some difficulties in financing and structuring these programs lasl year, f hey were well accepted by (he1 students. The recrea- tional "B" options offered next year should benefi! from addi- tional planning and experience UK u-el! as an improved method of financing. All instruction at (his level is handled by specialists in physi- cal education. Physical nduca- lion teachers in al'l schools making a serious effort It) co- ordinate their efforls and of- fer ings so as Lo provide for in- dividual differences in students and teachers with spe- cific and strengths. Grade 10 programs followed (he curriculm guide quite close- ly and aUo included swimming, hockey and weight lifting, fn sical educal ion 20 and way to go in gymnastics en love to ei-g.'1 acrivi' k-s involving running, jumping. cli swing! rig and balancing. ever, our modern sceiet its {.unities for chilr engage in nctivhio T h gymnastics builds on intere-r-; velop D ri! a :nt a i n t natural s'rengtn. and rnrif-ied through variations in time, energy and These t ties are performed indivt- with a partner, or in small groups, and are first di- v eloped on the floor and then through a variety of small and apparatus. Through a planm-d series nf solving cNperiencc'- ori the common opportmiitie-- c, anaK uixl-rstand and the in v iiich Ih'- it-.dy move. The p't-cd take into account individual dil- f'T'-nc'--. the devekrjiriie.ntal charart'-rMu-s of clii'dren. anil motivated io learn the ways in which children through experiencing feelings of success, enjoyment, courage. Skill- which permit the indi ami self-confidence vidual to cope with movemen! learn !o interact and coin- in regular and emergency sit municate nations arising in everyday liv- independent re- inn could he a refill of the sponsibility of group action uyitinasties pi ogram. learn through cxperimeMt- fi.vi'nnastifs le.'-yons. of prop- ing. discovering and croating erly and c-nnflticted. (lym nasties is an area in an oppin t uiuiie.-, fur which Canada and north Amer- children io. ira generally has a long way to 9 -nice pts and prin go to cat eh up on the i oT line. "Mienl cpeans. Orientals and others. -kill i n Kven if I he country 'Lies bofiy ini'fi.-'L' n r.1.'it catch up on ot her parts of MK> physical wori.j. (here i.s still much vaiu" tbro'igh in gymnastics an ecluca- J'y titina! element. emphasis L> on more recreational e.g. golf, fishing, first aid. bowling, weight c o n t r o 1, rL-fereeing. coaching, dance, ten- nis, bicycling, figure skating as well as a variety of team and dual spoils. A short camping experience was iulroducod into Ihe program this year. While the approach in our two hitfh schools. Lethbridgc f'oilegiate and Winston Church- ill, varies considerably, t h e basic program is qiite similar. fn addition to the "core" pro- gram, students may c h o o s e from a wide vai iety of acfivi- ties complrfe required t our.'C. Winston Churchill hi.'ih school has phui> for a unique intra- mural program next year. AH grade Irn stitdenfs will partici- pate in the. program between and on Friday morn- ing.s. Golf, bowling, curling, volleyball, basketball, fastball, flag f oof ball, and soccer are among the planned activities. In the past, student partici- pation ha.s been very limitexf, This program should overcome many problems in I his regard. Daiicl diuicp program .should stress social etiquette- for dance acttvilies. whether it be for class peri mis. school or other social Ktiquette may he thougbl of as a pattern of behaviour which moiivnled by iho cxiiisider- ale tiling Lo Knowing the sociallv accept- able thing to do. as woll nx the ability and skill to participate, instills ielt-confi- de-net.1 atwl ;