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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 7, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaOmen s news monday december 7, 1970 daily phys de advised for elementary schools Urban living has increased the need for physical education in the elementary school curriculum. Sheila Stanley of Toronto expressed this View Friday at a conference on elementary phys ical education held at the University of Manitoba. Miss Stanley a physical Edu cation master at Toronto teachers College said Chil Dren need a daily period of physical education be c a u s e there Are less opportunities for spontaneous play in our increasingly Urban world. Play is respectable play is not a waste miss Stanley told Abou 65 people attending the Confer ence sponsored by the u. Of m school of physical education children develop motor skills needed for Reading and writing and learn social relationships through movement she explained. The solution in the past has been for adults to organize children making Semi adults of them too said miss Stanley. Maybe schools can loosen this she feels the Public is begin Ning to be prepared to spend Money on education and physical education is less Apt to be regarded As a frill. Non verbal learning becomes More a said miss Stanley As the Public becomes More accustomed to receiving information by audio visual Means. Miss Stanley told the group we re moving into an age of she said physical education teachers had More facts on the body its capacities and the learning process but there is an increasing need things together from other disciplines and see the relationships universities should Lead the Way in action research studying the teacher and child in the classroom situation miss j Stanley said. More information is needed on what interests and motivates the child growth Pat terns and the effects of the teacher s personality. On teacher preparation miss Stanley said Many people who have followed different avenues of training could contribute Dif Ferent ways and values to phys ical education. She thinks method and con tent Are sometimes stressed at the expense of personal Contact with children. Miss Stanley suggested teachers take a Dis covery approach to teaching physical education. Instead of demanding a child perform a particular jump to Over a bar which separates the Chil Dren into groups of those that can and those that can task children to show you ways of travelling past the bar. This permits Many possibilities such As going under and around As Well As Over and allows room or growth miss Stanley said. Children will develop a concept of travelling and the meaning of under and Over can be Clari i e d without stigmatizing a Hild As a failure. Music teachers to Manitoba registered music teachers association will Cele brate its 50th anniversary with a banquet and concert com mencing . Dec. 13 at the hotel fort Garry. The con Cert is scheduled to begin at . The musical program will at tempt to duplicate As nearly As possible the first concert Given in 1932. Featured artists Are Jean Broadfoot Phyllis Holtby celebrate 50 atari Thelma Wilson Kerrine Ste wart Hay pianists Leslie and Irene Mann clarinet duo Sara Udow and Albert Whiteman vocalists with a ladies vocal ensemble to be directed by Ron Ald Gibson. Reservations for the dinner should be placed with mrs. W. E. Bede Larsen Avenue East Kildonan before wednesday. All friends of music Are invited to attend. Elementary phys de courses proposed the North end Foster parents under fhe direction of mrs. John Patrick and mrs. Harry Fielding a Christmas concert party sunday at Edmund Partridge or. High school auditorium West Kildonan. Shown from left to right Are some of the children that took part including Jean and Catherine As can can Bob As a wooden Soldier Susan As a Ballerina and Mary As a Raggedy Ann doll. About 725 parents to fhe Foster Parent group. Christmas party new for some children by the time sunday night rolled around approximately 200 Foster children in North Gladstone rent a car -------24 or. Day free Miles 775-4545 741 Portage at Victor Winnipeg knew what a Christ Mas party was. Members of the North end Foster parents group sponsored this party sunday after noon Foster children. Taking place in the auditorium of Edmund Partridge Junior High school in West Kildonan the party featured entertain ment by the children and a guest of. Honor from the North pole. The children were Given gifts and Candy. Clearance Sale of Oil paintings a portion of the afternoon s entertainment was a dancing program. The children were instructed by mrs. William Ken Nedy and Nancy Fielding. The party was organized by the group s social committee which includes mrs. John Patrick and mrs. Harry Fielding. Mrs. Patrick explained that the party was the first the group had Given for the Chil Dren because a lot of the children who come into our care Don t know what a Christ Mas party is Hie North end group started meeting last Spring and now numbers about 125 parents. The Foster parents meet once a month and compare notes and problems. Framed and unframed 20% to 40% discount dec. 4th to Jan. 9th, 1971 get the gift for the person that has everything Patterson Art studio Ltd. 306 Kennedy St. 942-5625 successful living by dons Dork dear Doris literature i schizophrenia have read on seems to make the Normal abnormal. For in stance some symptoms arc Given As follows fear of the inability to control actions and j thoughts insomnia headaches feeling of people watching. I now i know a great Many 1 people who have headaches and j insomnia and of course we All sense it when someone is watching us. I m certain this is l not abnormal. Is it there arc a lot of conceited people around who seem to think All eyes arc on them at All times. Much to their disappointment they find it in t True. Puzzled dear puzzled for Holiday happiness Well wrap your hair in the latest styles to make it the Prett est package of this merry season. Shampoo and set. Short hair Long hair As Eaton s Beauty Salon fal 98s-47s3. 17 Fofe charge it of course the University of Manitoba school of physical education Hopes to introduce an elementary Stream into the existing Bachelor of physical education program. Prof. John a. Mac Diarmid school director made the announcement Friday at conference on elementary phys ical education sponsored by the school the suggested changes must be approved by the University Senate before the Stream can be offered to students interested in teaching physical education in elementary schools. The proposed elementary Stream was explained by or. Macdiarmid and Kally Ken Nedy a lecturer who has done most of the research for the program in an interview prior to the announcement. Or. Macdiarmid said the school wants to develop a physical education specialist who has a general knowledge of All aspects of physical Educa Tion the elementary Stream will be an option within the program to better prepare students to teach at the Elemen tary level of physical Educa mrs. Kennedy said the school proposes All first year physical education students take a course in movement education because they should All know about the students know the skills for different sports but can t Analyse their movements she said. Mrs. Ken Nedy feels this knowledge is Basic t aware Siulc relationships in space with i other people and objects. The response and reaction i was tremendous to a 12-Lcsson j movement education course in j eluded in the first year pro Gram this year on a trial basis. Mrs. Kennedy said. In second year students would have the option to enter the elementary Stream. The course would include child development concepts and con Cerns a look at the elementary school curriculum offered in j Manitoba schools and would in-1 Tro Ducc students to resource materials available for planning course would integrate music Art and languages she said. The activities would concen trate on those that can be per formed away from the school factory such As the beginnings of Sno shoeing and skiing suit Able for Manitoba Winters. The movement education approach to aquatics would also be included in the program. Mrs. Kennedy said the elementary Stream would t Dis place the current program but would add to it. One free pair Christmas candles with each Load of dry cleaning while quantities last Earnon s regular be 8 Ibi. Orc Tonino i mini up in 4 ibs. Ory cloning prices include pair 10" Christmas candid Polo pork Ellice and Victor Grant Park main at Mcadam r x i 4 in second i i m sending you this Booklet i j have on schizophrenia which j comes from the mental health i research fund in London eng i land. It will help. J people have headaches in Somnia and a number of other physical symptoms without hav ing schizophrenia. A Good Manv elementary programs. Arc self conscious enough to be i activity worrying All the time about year will inc Tad being watched. We Don t Call self consciousness mental illness. Only when a fear becomes an overriding desperation accompanied by imaginary pc Secu i Tion is it Likely to get into the half course arts. This games and dance via the m c n t education mrs. Kennedy said. Third year j students Woad drop one of the j academic minors usually Token and study one half course on area of mental illness. Fingertips Revlon dear Doris it seems whenever one of my girl friends likes a boy then i begin to like him too. Now Don t i get me wrong i m not a boy Chaser. I figure if she sees something in him then he must be Okay. There have been several incidents like this in some eases i feel like a traitor to my 1 friends. This is beginning to Rorry me. Werntz Ami do Doss Dearci Ueless at least Yoo recognize what i you Are doing. It is a common i an interest in a else Cal and a on the expressive Winnipeg boys choir to perform Friday the Winnipeg boys choir will. Perform in a concert sponsored by the ladies auxiliary to the j 76th Winnipeg crusaders to be held in so John s United. Church Cathedral Avenue and Charles Street at 8 . Friday. Admission is 50 cents. Lubricating Post summer skins with get up and glow Mont til s wow moist Cream builds an Barrier against the Tlam carts whilst jiving you an outward glow. Natural and until red or Rosy tinted Mush. And with every mini mum Purchase. A free gift of super Eye Cream supermen lipstick and Royal secret Spray conc entree fragrance. Mrs. Sonde truce Jermaine Mon Steirt Lavaly consultant will be Happy to Servo you in our main store cosmetic depot mint december i to 2lh. Cosmetic i Street floor. Lord Roberts Tea lord sad school association Boh a Tea la a boy Good manners an or books write m a when Yew me eff a by former feat cer Fth. At the else Szces. Christmas concert be Fefe a smack 1 Liew. Mar Pri f Hoit kit few Folia of at

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