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Exam Board: OCR Level: GCSE Subject: PE First Teaching: September 2016 First Exam: June 2018 Inspire, motivate and give confidence to your students with OCR PE for GCSE Second Edition. This reliable and accessible textbook is structured to match the specification exactly and will provide your students with the knowledge they need, while giving them the opportunity to build skills through appropriate activities. We are working in collaboration with OCR to produce this Student's Book. - Key questions to direct thinking and help students focus on the key points - Diagrams to aid understanding - Summaries to aid revision and help weaker students access the main points - Extension questions, stimulus material and suggestions for further reading to stretch, challenge and encourage independent thinking and a deeper understanding - Definition of key terms - again to aid and consolidate understanding of technical vocabulary and concepts - Activities to build conceptual understanding and sound knowledge and understanding, analysis, evaluation and application skills
Exam Board: Edexcel Level: GCSE Subject: Mathematics First Teaching: September 2016 First Exam: June 2018 Ensure your students are fully supported throughout their course with Edexcel PE for GCSE Third Edition. This reliable and accessible textbook is structured to match the specification exactly and will provide your students with the knowledge they need, while giving them the opportunity to build skills through appropriate activities. - Key questions to direct thinking and help students focus on the key points - Learning goals to keep you on track with the requirements of the specification - Summaries to aid revision and help all students access the main points - Definition of key words to aid and consolidate understanding of technical vocabulary and concepts - Activities to build conceptual understanding and sound knowledge and understanding, analysis, evaluation and application skills - New practical section to help you plan for the NEA
Enhance your students' practical skills and develop their key content knowledge with this proven formula for effective, structured revision. Target success in the Cambridge National in Sport Studies with this revision guide that brings together exam-style questions, revision tasks and practical tips to help students to review, strengthen and test their knowledge. With My Revision Notes, every student can: - Enjoy an interactive approach to revision, with clear topic summaries that consolidate knowledge and related activities that put the content into context. - Plan and manage a successful revision programme using the topic-by-topic planner. - Build, practise and enhance exam skills by progressing through revision tasks and Test Yourself activities. - Improve exam technique through exam-style questions and sample answers with commentary from an expert author and teacher. - Get exam-ready with answers to the activities available online
As a physical education teacher, you are ideally positioned to help students become physically literate individuals-that is, to gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to enjoy a lifetime of healthful physical activity. And Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education will empower you to do just that. Through this text, you can develop and implement lesson plans that will help your students attain the outcomes detailed in SHAPE America's National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education. Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education provides lesson plans from experienced middle school physical educators that * will help middle school students meet SHAPE America's National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes; * provide progressive practice tasks and integrate appropriate physical education assessments to evaluate and monitor student progress; * make the best use of technology in your physical education classes; * include handout materials, homework tasks, lists of needed materials and equipment, questions for student understanding, and reflection questions to ask yourself; and * offer guidance on best instructional practices for involving and engaging all students. The plans offer instructional strategies and pointers on issues such as teaching for transfer, using grid and small games, differentiating instruction for varying ability levels, and integrating conceptual material. You can use the lessons as they are or modify them to meet your needs. Ultimately, these lessons provide a structure for developing your own learning activities and curriculum. Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education is organized into two parts. Part I addresses important factors in planning for student success, including an introductory chapter that helps you consider the issues that influence student learning and understand the instructional environment and the scope and sequence for K-12 physical education. The other two chapters in this part guide you in planning lessons and modules based on outcomes and on meeting the National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes. You also learn about the developmental characteristics of middle school students. Part II supplies lesson plans (arranged in modules of eight lessons each) that are based on the Grade-Level Outcomes, offering you a step-by-step guide for building students' skills and knowledge in these areas: * Dance and rhythms * Invasion games * Net and wall games * Fielding and striking and target games * Outdoor pursuits * Individual-performance activities * Physical activity participation outside of school * Personal fitness and fitness program design In addition, the book comes with a web resource that includes all of the lesson plans in PDF format for easy printing and for easy access from a tablet or computer. Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education is brought to you by SHAPE America, which created the National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education and is the only national professional organization for health and physical educators. Among the book's editors are two of the principal writers of SHAPE America's National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education. Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education brings those standards and outcomes into your classroom as concrete lesson objectives and planning tools.
Designed specifically for players aged 12 to 16, this manual contains a wide range of progressive practice drills to help young players develop. Fun, educational and challenging, all drills are illustrated and cover the essential technical skills, including: warming up; speed and endurance; power development; ball skills; goal shooting; spatial awareness; team work; warming down. As well as easy-to-follow instructions, each drill contains information on the equipment needed, the space required, how to construct a safe and effective training session and how to organise the players. This new edition is fully updated with new drills and illustrations.
Investigating children's learning through dance and drawing-telling, Dance-Play and Drawing-Telling as Semiotic Tools for Young Children's Learning provides a unique insight into how these activities can help children to critically reflect on their own learning. Promoting the concept of dance and drawing-telling as highly effective semiotic tools for meaning-making, the book enlivens thinking about the extraordinary capacities of young children, and argues for the incorporation of dance and drawing in mainstream early childhood curriculum. Throughout the book, numerous practice examples show how children use movement, sound, images, props and language to imaginatively re-conceptualize their everyday experiences into bodily-kinesthetic and spatial-temporal concepts. These examples illustrate children's competence when given the opportunity to learn through dance and drawing-telling, as well as the important role that teachers play in scaffolding children's learning. Based on award-winning research, this insightful and informative book makes a sought after contribution to the field of dance education and seeks to reaffirm dance as a powerful learning modality that supports young children's expressive non-verbal communication. Encouraging the reader to consider the significance of multi-modal teaching and learning, it is essential reading for researchers in the dance, drawing and education spheres; postgraduate students taking courses in early childhood; play and dance therapists; and all early childhood teachers who have a specific interest in arts education.
Complete Guide to Sport Education, Third Edition, offers a thoroughly updated version of the evidence-based curriculum and instruction model pioneered by Daryl Siedentop, universally acknowledged as the Father of Sport Education. Lead author Siedentop first articulated his Sport Education model back in the late 1970s; it has evolved ever since and has been expressed through three editions of this book. This third edition is backed by substantial research that supports the idea that Sport Education is a valuable and motivating approach to delivering quality physical education experiences for students from the early elementary grades through the university years. New and Revised Material Complete Guide to Sport Education, Third Edition, offers readers a significant amount of revised and new material, including enhanced guidance for Sport Education programming across a year. Also noteworthy is the updated alignment of Sport Education's goals and objectives with the SHAPE America standards and the national learning objectives from other countries. In addition, the text provides six brand-new chapters on the following topics: Including students with special needs Implementing Sport Education beyond physical education (e.g., school-based after-school programs, intramurals, community-based programs, and university basic instruction programs) Evidence-based research on Sport Education Developing effective program-level policies and procedures Managing equipment, facilities, and supplies Sport Education's link with international objectives Unique Approach to Sport Education Complete Guide to Sport Education represents a departure from traditional curriculum and instruction (C&I) models because it takes an effective student-centered approach, providing students with opportunities to take ownership and responsibility for various aspects of their class experiences. This approach better prepares students to be lifelong participants in healthy physical activity and sport-and to be more engaged in class. The text targets more in-depth and authentic learning experiences than most C&I models, giving students time to develop the skills they need and to learn to fulfill the team roles required for successful seasons. This latest edition introduces new readers to the idea of Sport Education and gives previous users of the model some fresh ways to expand their seasons and make them even more engaging and attractive to their students. Through Sport Education, students are shown effective and meaningful ways to learn about sport, to take part in sport, and to view sport as something they can connect with and find meaning in. Updated Ancillaries Complete Guide to Sport Education comes with several useful and updated ancillaries: A web resource that provides a wealth of examples to support the book content; this resource includes forms, charts, assessments, and other tools A test package that houses 447 multiple-choice and short-answer questions A presentation package with 225 slides outlining the book's content, including select tables and illustrations from the book An instructor guide that includes course syllabus templates for instructors of undergraduate and graduate students, and provides core course assignments, optional course assignments, graduate student course assignments, and signature assignments Book Organization The text is organized into three parts, with part I outlining the essential features of the Sport Education model and identifying the key aspects upon which the model is based. The importance of sport as a cultural phenomenon is then introduced to explain why it should be a part of school physical education programs. This part also addresses how to identify and select season outcomes, how to use instructional alignment to gain quality season experiences, and how to promote physical activity beyond physical education. Part II explores all the important considerations in designing and implementing Sport Education seasons. This includes modifying games and activities, designing competition formats, selecting teams and roles, teaching fair play, developing competent players, and more. Part III delves into key program design considerations, showing the links between Sport Education and U.S. content standards as well as learning objectives from a number of other countries, guiding readers through the assessment process, and examining the various aspects involved in managing a physical education program based on Sport Education. It also shows how to integrate classroom content with Sport Education. Authoritative and Affordable This popular text, whose first edition was published in 1994, is very affordable compared to similar texts. But the greatest benefit is the enduring quality of an evidence-based, student-centered text that has proven to be of high value to instructors and students alike. Through the book's Sport Education model, students develop sport skills, grow in leadership and responsibility, and learn about the nonplaying roles of the sport experience (e.g., coach, trainer, publicist, equipment manager, choreographer). All of this leads to being more engaged in class-and to continuing a healthy physical activity engagement beyond the school years.
Now in a fully revised and updated 6th edition, reflecting changes in legislation and cutting-edge research, this is a complete introduction to adapted physical education, from the underpinning science to practical teaching strategies and program design. The book covers a broader range of disabilities, developmental disorders, and health conditions than any other textbook and includes brand new material on developmental coordination disorders and cognitive development. Full of teaching and coaching strategies and techniques, it introduces scientific fundamentals, key legislation, and best practice in designing effective programs. It encourages the reader to consider the individual before the disability and to focus on what learners can do rather than what they can't. This is an essential reference for teachers, coaches, or exercise professionals working with children with disabilities. It is also an invaluable resource for undergraduate or postgraduate students of adapted physical education, kinesiology, physical education, physical therapy, exercise science, athletic training, or sports coaching. The new edition features updated online resources, including PowerPoint slides, web links, an example syllabus, and quizzes.
This second edition of PE to 16 has been fully revised and updated, with new material, new examples, and new questions to match the demands of current specifications. It is suitable for all specifications, and is intended to be the clearest, most accessible book for GCSE and Standard grade examinations. *New material, new examples, new questions to match current specifications *Clear explanations, helpful diagrams, informative photographs
Building Character, Community, and a Growth Mindset in Physical Education is a highly practical and theoretically sound resource that will help you build a positive learning environment, teach valuable life skills, and inspire in students a desire to live active, healthy lives. It reinforces the many ways in which physical education and sport are the ideal setting to build college and career readiness skills. Teachers will learn how to help students develop a growth mindset and recognize that obstacles, challenges, and failures provide the greatest learning opportunities. The book is written with both American and Canadian national standards in mind: You can help your students achieve Standards 3, 4, and 5 of SHAPE America's National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education and PHE Canada's goals for physical education ("enable individuals to make healthy, active choices that are both beneficial to and respectful of their whole self, others, and their environment"). It will also aid you in achieving Standard Six of the objectives set by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS). This text provides * 35 new large-group warm-up activities; * 20 character-building activities; * 11 team-building challenges; * assessment, reflection, and goal-setting strategies; and * a web resource with ready-to-use printable and editable activity materials (such as focus words and definitions, reflection scenarios, station and team challenge cards, and more). The activities, which are ready-made for use in your curriculum, include a motivational strategy and resource tool using the acronym GROWTH that will help your students learn and adopt the growth mindset traits necessary to set and reach goals. The book addresses many hot-button topics, such as emotional intelligence, community building, teamwork, physical fitness, and goal setting-all in a concise, practical, and highly effective way. As such, you will be helping your students meet Common Core and College and Career Readiness objectives. And students with goal-setting skills and a growth mindset will be well prepared to meet the challenging standards that are promoted by the Every Student Succeeds Act. In addition, Building Character, Community, and a Growth Mindset in Physical Education is the perfect antidote to bullying: Through the materials and activities, the students learn to be respectful competitors and supportive teammates. The text contains six chapters: * Chapter 1 explores the connection between emotional intelligence and a growth mindset. It reinforces the many ways in which physical education and sport are the ideal settings to build college and career readiness skills. * Chapter 2 describes the impact community building has on motivation and learning. It also contains fun community-building activities as well as guidance on how to develop a positive learning environment. * Chapter 3 outlines strategies for building character and offers reflection scenarios, focus words, inspirational sayings, and recommended video clips. * Chapter 4 supplies more than 20 fun, engaging, and motivational character-building activities and games. * Chapter 5 provides outdoor collaborative team-building challenges. * Chapter 6 delves into various aspects of developing a growth mindset through concepts such as assessment, reflection, and goal setting. Building Character, Community, and a Growth Mindset in Physical Education is a powerful and valuable resource because it develops the whole student. It helps students meet important national standards while also preparing them for success in life. This book will help you develop resilient citizens who choose to live active, healthy lifestyles; understand the importance of collaboration and teamwork; and are intrisically motivated to succeed in all areas of their lives.
Our revision resources are the smart choice for those revising for the external assessment for the Sport, Activity and Fitness BTEC Tech Award. This book will help you to: Revise essential content and key skills, and assessment skills for the performance disciplines Organise your revision with the one-topic-per-page format Speed up your revision with helpful hints on how to tackle questions and tasks Track your revision progress with at-a-glance check boxes Check your understanding with annotated example responses Practice with revision questions and answers.
This valuable resource provides support for teachers who may not be Physical Education teachers by illustrating simple exercises that can be easily done by an inexperienced teacher while ensuring that they are also scientifically based, safe, purposeful and cover all three domains of Physical Education (affective, cognitive and psychomotor). Teaching Physical Education and Sports Coaching also provides a basic introduction to sports coaching. The book covers basic content on anatomy and physiology, training theory and the teaching of skills, psychological aspects of coaching, drugs and nutrition in sport, sport injuries and first aid; as well as inclusive physical education and ethical behaviour in Physical Education and sports coaching. The book focuses on the South African context by being cognizant of cultural, geographical and sport diversity, giving due prominence to community or indigenous games and providing guidance on working in schools that are highly resourced as well as low-resourced schools. Guidance is also provided for engaging with CAPS subtopics, such as fitness, adventure sports, traditional games, traditional sport, and age-related activities as part of early specialisation.
The best way to teach yoga to children is with games. With 52 vibrant, easy-to-follow yoga games requiring no previous yoga experience, this book will enable you to help children become better listeners, take responsibility, gain self-control, improve behaviour, become assertive and improve self-esteem and confidence. Within these pages Michael Chissick has distilled nearly twenty years' experience of teaching yoga to children aged 3-11 in mainstream and special needs schools. He explains the ideal yoga lesson structure to transform your children's behaviour: you will learn which games to teach, when to teach them and how to teach them, and how the additional benefits of improved co-ordination, flexibility, fitness, self-calming and relaxation can be accessible to all children regardless of impairment, need, culture, shape, mood or size.
The Edexcel GCSE PE Workbook and Worksheet Resource Pack allows your students to organise their learning and provides them with a strong foundation for revision. It consists of a collection of worksheets that can be printed and bound into a workbook or photocopied indvidually when you need extra support or work for cover lessons. Fully matched to the 2016 Edexcel GCSE PE specification, the Workbook and Worksheet Resource Pack is presented in an accessible format and fully differentiated to support all your students.
Creative Dance for All Ages, Second Edition, has had a long history of providing a dance curriculum to teachers and students preparing to teach creative dance. Author Anne Gilbert demystifies expectations when teaching creative dance and provides the theory, methods, and lesson ideas for success in a variety of settings and with students of all ages. This one-stop resource offers dance teachers everything they need, including a sequential curriculum, lesson plans, instructional strategies, assessment, and other forms. It's like having a seasoned dance teacher at your side offering inspiration and guidance all year long. Internationally recognized master teacher and author Anne Gilbert Green presents creative dance for everyone and tips on meeting the challenges of teaching it. She offers a complete package for teaching creative dance that includes the theory, methodology, and lesson plans for various age groups that can be used in a variety of settings. Gilbert also offers an entire dance curriculum for sequential teaching and learning. The second edition of her classic text has been revised, reorganized, and updated to meet all the needs of dance teachers. The second edition of Creative Dance for All Ages includes these new features: An easy-to-navigate format helps you quickly access the material and find lesson planning and assessment tools. Content reflects changes in the field of dance education to put you on the cutting edge. Five downloadable video clips demonstrate the lesson plans and teaching strategies and how to put them to work in the classroom. Suggestions for modifying lessons help you include students of all abilities. Eight assessment forms and curriculum planning templates are adaptable to your needs. Forty age-appropriate and brain-compatible lesson plans are accessible through the web resource, which save prep time and help ensure compliance with the latest standards. (The web resource is included with all new print books and some ebooks. For ebook formats that don't provide access, the web resource is available separately.) If you're a novice teacher, the book also contains these features to ensure effective instruction: The same conceptual approach to teaching dance was used in the first edition. A sequential dance curriculum helps you systematically cover a 10-week quarter or 16-week semester. Class management tips put you in control from the first day. Creative Dance for All Ages, Second Edition, is an unparalleled resource for dance educators who are looking for a conceptual creative dance curriculum that will support teaching to learners of all ages. Whether in a studio, company, recreational, or educational setting, you will discover a comprehensive and well-rounded approach to teaching dance, emphasizing the how as much as the why.
Life was different long ago, but how? Jump back in time to experience the lives of children in Roman times, or the Stone Age. What did they eat? How did they defend themselves? What happens if you try to storm a Norman castle? Ready to find out all this and more? Let's go!
Written by an experienced PE teacher and author, this new resource is designed to be highly visual, accessible, and practical. // Presented in a 'Knowledge organiser' format to a give clear and concise overview of the key content // Provides a student-friendly checklist of the specification content being covered in each chapter // Tips and ideas to remember key information, 'application of knowledge' activities and 'extend your knowledge' tasks help prepare for assessment // Includes a chapter devoted to exam preparation with support for *6 mark extended answer 'synoptic' questions and data analysis advice // Provides a dedicated section on how to approach the NEA, including AEP advice // Includes the most recent 2019 data on participation, events and the world of sport, plus insight from teachers and examiners reports from the first two years of this new specification //
Reinforce classroom learning and strengthen your students' understanding of the content with this Student Book written for the Cambridge National Level 1 / 2 in Sport Science. Covering the two mandatory units and all of the optional units, this essential student book will help to build students' knowledge and develop the skills required for success in Sport Science. - This reliable and accessible textbook is structured to match the specification and provide your students with all the information they need, giving them the opportunity to build skills through appropriate activities. - Builds students' skillsets with clearly-focused content to aid progression and questions to assess understanding. - Prepares your students for both the internal and external assessment with opportunities to test and consolidate understanding.
This book is written to meet the requirements of the 2001 GCSE PE specifications for all awarding bodies. New features link the application of PE theory to practical work and sports performance. An integrated approach develops knowledge and understanding and improves revision techniques. This book enhances understanding and confidence by reinforcing the information with clear and attractive diagrams, tables and photographs.
Adventure Education is a form of experiential learning typically associated with activities involving risk, from cooperative games such as raft building to high adventure activities such as rock climbing. Adventure Education: An Introduction provides a comprehensive introduction to the planning, delivery and evaluation of Adventure Education, with a strong emphasis on professional practice and delivery.
Written by a team of leading Adventure Educators who can draw upon an extensive experience base, the book explores the most important strategies for teaching, learning and implementation in Adventure Education. The book is fully illustrated throughout with real-world case studies and research surveying the key contemporary issues facing Adventure Education practitioners. This includes essentials for the adventure educator such as risk management and tailoring activities to meet specific learning needs as well as providing an insight into contemporary uses for adventure programmes. With outdoor and adventure activities being more popular than ever before, this book is essential reading for any student, teacher or practitioner looking to understand Adventure Education and develop their professional skills.
This superb CGP Revision Guide covers everything students will need for success in Grade 9-1 GCSE Physical Education - from Anatomy to Sport in Society. For each topic, there are crystal-clear study notes and examples, plus exam-style practice questions on most pages. There's also plenty of indispensable advice on Using Data how to answer exam questions.
Physical education is an important part of the primary curriculum and one that provides unique challenges for those involved with its teaching. This book offers a balanced and comprehensive overview of the subject, covering issues such as safe practice in PE, inclusion, subject leadership and cross-curricular approaches supported by an accessible theory-informed approach. This second edition includes: * Links to the new National Curriculum in England * Each chapter mapped against the Teachers' Standards * A new chapter on physical literacy and development in the early years and primary ages * A new chapter on health-focused education and the contribution of PE * Added case studies in every chapter * Enhanced coverage of assessment in PE This book includes a companion website with additional resources!
Game Sense is an exciting and innovative approach to coaching and physical education that places the game at the heart of the session. It encourages the player to develop skills in a realistic context, to become more tactically aware, to make better decisions and to have more fun. Game Sense is a comprehensive, research-informed introduction to the Game Sense approach that defines and explores key concepts and essential pedagogical theory, and that offers an extensive series of practical examples and plans for using Game Sense in real teaching and coaching situations.
The first section of the book helps the reader to understand how learning occurs and how this informs player-centred pedagogy. It also explains the relationship between Game Sense and other approaches to Teaching Games for Understanding. The second section of the book demonstrates how the theory can be applied in practice, providing a detailed, step-by-step guide to using Game Sense in eleven sports, including soccer, basketball, field hockey and softball.
No other book explores the Game Sense approach in such depth, or combines theory and innovative practical techniques. Game Sense is invaluable reading for all students of physical education or sports coaching, any in-service physical education teacher or any sports coach working with children or young people.
"Play Practice: Engaging and Developing Skilled Players, Second Edition," provides an alternative to traditional sport instruction. This innovative and authentic approach to teaching sports combines contemporary theory with the experience of practical and reflective work in real sport environments.
Coauthors Alan Launder and Wendy Piltz, both with wide-ranging experience as players, teachers, and coaches, expand and update the play practice approach they presented in the first edition and show how it can be used to help improve sport skills for players of all ages and abilities. This flexible model of sport pedagogy can be applied as a whole or one element at a time. It covers a wide range of team and individual sports, including archery, table tennis, flag football, snow skiing, cricket, and track and field. Plus, you'll find a wealth of field-tested ideas for working with diverse learners in schools and communities.
The second edition highlights the significance of key terms such as games sense, technique, resilience, and fair play. It also provides new information relating to the complexity of learning and addresses the difficulties beginners face in the learning process. The second edition of" Play Practice" integrates a thorough analysis of skilled performance with an understanding of the conditions under which people best learn. It also shows how the strategies of simplifying, shaping, focusing, and enhancing can help you create situations to maximize learning and positively influence the attitudes of learners.
Over 130 illustrations and photos demonstrate specific approaches, ideas that can work for multiple sports, and ways to apply the approach with beginners through elite players. Summary sections in each chapter help you quickly identify and review key topics. And two bonus chapters about the origins, evolution, and theoretical bases for "Play Practice" are available free for download at www.HumanKinetics.com/PlayPractice.
"Play Practice" is based on the idea that an individual's commitment to achieving mastery is a powerful motivator for learning. Learn to harness these motivators and create enjoyable practice situations in which learners young and old, whether resistant beginners or highly motivated professionals, are encouraged to strive for excellence.
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