2.1- Push-Push-Glide

SLIDING

"Push-Push-Glide"

Key Words

small push

free foot

back binding

Key Grammar

subordinating conjunctions

adjectives

Key Phrases

"...learn how to glide while we're skating..."

"...standing on the board..."

"...start with a small push, push again..."

What

you're going to learn now is learn how to present Push-Push-Glide.

Why

you're going to do this is to help your students become comfortable standing on the board while sliding.

How

you're going to do this is by:

  • watching the video example
  • answering the questions that follow
  • completing the task at the end of the lesson

What we’re going to learn now is how to glideslide along the snow while balancing whileat the same time as we’re skating.

Why we want to learn this is to become comfortable standing on the board while we’re slidingmoving on the snow without lifting our board.

How we do this is by starting with a small push, pushing again, and placing our free footfoot that is not attached to the snowboard against the back binding and gliding.

RepeatDo it again.

  • Practice delivering the presentation.
  • Your explanation should be about 15 seconds long. Keep it short and simple.