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Analyzing Influences: Skill Cues

This is an excerpt from Lesson Planning for Skills-Based Elementary Health Education With Web Resource by Holly Alperin & Sarah Benes.

The following skill cues in figures 4.1 and 4.2 are examples that you can use when explaining the steps of the skill. The skill cues highlight the critical skill elements necessary for the skill to be applied effectively. You can use these, use others, or make your own. Just be sure that any skill cues are representative of all the aspects of the skill.

Figure 4.1 Analyzing influences skill cues for grades K through 2.

Figure 4.1 Analyzing influences skill cues for grades K through 2.