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Jason H.
Certified K-12 Teacher, World Traveller, Psychology Enthusiast, Amateur Ultra-Endurance Athlete and Coach
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Physical Education
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Question:

Describe on preventative management technique for class control.

Jason H.
Answer:

establishing a strongly support, understanding, and behavior conditioning for a "freeze" and listen phase pared with a "when I say go..." leading phrase before directions. This greatly lowers stress levels and increases understanding of directions.

Study Skills
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Question:

Describe two note taking methods along with their strengths and weaknesses.

Jason H.
Answer:

Outline method: this is the most usual note taking format. It lays out data, chronologically as it is presented by the content or instructor, in a hierarchically tiered bullet point structure. This is a useful method for detailing order-of-event or "who-did-what" points of learning while being weak for showing interrelation of ideas. Mind-map method: in this specially oriented method the learner takes down ideas on paper as the ideas flow and connect with eachother. The central idea or big concept sits at the center of the page with sub-ideas, supports, and interrelated ideas branching out from center. This method is strong for showing interrelation of ideas, promoting ease of synthesis, but weak for order-of-events. Also, known to be useful as a prewriting tool to prepare mind for constructing cohesive paragraphs.

Anatomy
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Question:

Describe the origin and insertion points of the biceps femoris.

Jason H.
Answer:

Origin: Middle third of the linea aspera, lateral to the supracondylar ridge of the femur. Insertion: Joining with the long head in the distal thigh, it attaches to the styloid process of the fibular head forming a semicircle around the lateral fibular collateral ligament. Function: both heads of the biceps femoris aid primarily in knee flexion.

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