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Adapted Physical Education and Sport

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780736033244

ISBN10:
0736033246
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
8/1/2000
Publisher(s):
Human Kinetics

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Summary

"Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Fourth Edition, prepares readers to provide services in the most included setting for each individual. Written by Dr. Winnick and 18 other experts - including 6 new contributors - Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Fourth Edition, will help practitioners bring out the capabilities of each individual."--BOOK JACKET.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Acknowledgments xii
Part I Foundational Topics in Adapted Physical Education and Sport 1(108)
An Introduction to Adapted Physical Education and Sport
3(16)
Joseph P. Winnick
The Meaning of Adapted Physical Education
4(1)
Adapted Sport
5(1)
Purposes, Aims, Goals, and Objectives
6(1)
Service Providers
7(1)
Brief History of Adapted Physical Education
8(2)
The Inclusion Movement
10(1)
Litigation
10(1)
Laws Important to Adapted Physical Education and Sport
11(4)
History of Adapted Sport
15(1)
Periodicals
16(1)
Organizations
16(1)
Summary
17(2)
Program Organization and Management
19(14)
Joseph P. Winnick
Curricular and Programmatic Direction
20(1)
Administrative Procedures and Program Implementation
20(7)
Human Resources
27(4)
Program Evaluation
31(1)
Summary
31(2)
Adapted Sport
33(14)
Michael J. Paciorek
Integration Continuum
34(2)
Sport Organizations
36(1)
The Olympic and Amateur Sports Act and the Role of the United States Olympic Committee
37(1)
Relationship of Disabled Sports Organizations to National Governing Bodies
38(1)
Paralympic Games
38(2)
Classification
40(1)
School and Local Community-Based Adapted Sport Programs
41(1)
Transition Services
42(1)
Role of the Physical Educator in Adapted Sport
43(1)
And What About Max?
44(1)
Summary
45(2)
Individualized Education Programs
47(14)
Francis X. Short
Overview of Individualized Programs
48(1)
The Student With a Disability
49(1)
Components of the IEP
49(3)
Development of the IEP
52(1)
The Role of the Physical Educator
52(3)
Section 504 and the Accommodation Plan
55(2)
The Nondisabled Student With Unique Needs
57(1)
Committee on Adapted Physical Education
57(3)
Summary
60(1)
Measurement and Assessment
61(14)
Francis X. Short
Measurement and Assessment Strategies
62(5)
Measurement and Assessment in Adapted Physical Education
67(2)
Tests and Measures for Use in Adapted Physical Education
69(5)
Summary
74(1)
Instructional Strategies for Adapted Physical Education
75(18)
Sarah M. Rich
General Philosophical Approaches to Adapted Physical Education and Sport
76(2)
Teaching Styles
78(3)
Motor Learning
81(1)
Facilitating Skill Development
82(4)
Organizational and Methodological Techniques
86(2)
Prescriptive Planning and Instructional Models
88(3)
Summary
91(2)
Behavior Management
93(16)
E. Michael Loovis
Behavior Modification
94(2)
Types of Reinforcers
96(1)
Schedules of Reinforcement
97(1)
Procedures for Increasing Behavior
97(2)
Procedures to Decrease Behavior
99(1)
Implementing a Behavior Modification Program
100(1)
Uses of Behavior Modification in Physical Education and Sport
100(1)
Example of Behavior Analysis
101(1)
Other Approaches
101(5)
Summary
106(3)
Part II Individuals With Unique Needs 109(154)
Mental Retardation
111(16)
Patricia Krebs
Definition of Mental Retardation
112(1)
Classifications of Mental Retardation
113(1)
Incidence of Mental Retardation in the Population
113(1)
Causes of Mental Retardation
113(1)
Cognitive Development
114(3)
Learning Characteristics
117(1)
Social and Emotional Characteristics
117(1)
Physical and Motor Characteristics
117(1)
Down Syndrome
118(1)
Tests
119(1)
Organizational and Instructional Methods
120(2)
Education of Students in Inclusive Settings
122(1)
Activities
122(2)
Special Olympics
124(1)
Paralympic Games for Those With an Intellectual Disability
125(1)
Safe Participation
126(1)
Summary
126(1)
Learning Disabilities and Attentional Deficits
127(16)
Diane H. Craft
Overlap of LD and ADHD
128(1)
What Is LD?
129(1)
What Is ADHD?
130(2)
Incidence of Learning Disabilities
132(1)
What Are the Suspected Causes of Disabilities That Are so Prevalent?
132(1)
Challenges Faced by Students With LD and/or ADHD
132(1)
Behavioral Characteristics Among Children With LD and ADHD
133(2)
General Approaches to LD and/or ADHD
135(1)
Teaching Children With LD and/or ADHD
136(4)
Summary
140(3)
Behavioral Disorders
143(16)
E. Michael Loovis
Behavioral Disorders
144(4)
Autism
148(3)
Physical Education and Sport Activities
151(1)
Modifications for Teaching and Programming in Physical Education and Sport
152(5)
Inclusion
157(1)
Summary
157(2)
Visual Impairments and Deafness
159(22)
Diane H. Craft
Lauren Lieberman
Definition of Visual Impairment
160(1)
Causes of Vision Loss
161(1)
Characteristics of Persons With Visual Impairments
162(2)
Inclusion: Teaching Students With Visual Impairments in Regular Physical Education Classes
164(4)
Sports for Athletes With Visual Impairments
168(3)
Definitions of Hearing Losses
171(1)
Types and Causes of Hearing Loss
172(1)
Characteristics of Students With Deafness
173(3)
General Considerations for Teaching Physical Education to Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing Students
176(1)
Suggestions for Teaching Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students
176(2)
Deaf Sport
178(1)
Deafblindness
178(2)
Summary
180(1)
Cerebral Palsy, Stroke, and Traumatic Brain Injury
181(18)
David L. Porretta
Cerebral Palsy
182(4)
Stroke
186(1)
Traumatic Brain Injury
187(2)
Program Implications
189(7)
Inclusion
196(1)
Adapted Sports
196(2)
Summary
198(1)
Amputations, Dwarfism, and Les Autres
199(16)
David L. Porretta
Amputations
200(1)
Dwarfism
201(1)
Les Autres
202(6)
Program Implications
208(4)
Inclusion
212(1)
Adapted Sports
213(1)
Summary
214(1)
Spinal Cord Disabilities
215(20)
Luke Kelly
Classifications
216(3)
Conditions
219(10)
Implications for Physical Education
229(3)
Orthotic Devices
232(1)
Adapted Sport Activities
233(1)
National Wheelchair Basketball Association Classification System
234(1)
Summary
234(1)
Other Health-Impaired Students
235(16)
Paul R. Surburg
The OHI Classification
236(1)
Diabetes Mellitus
236(2)
Seizure Disorders
238(2)
Asthma
240(2)
Cancer
242(1)
Cardiovascular Disorders
243(2)
Anemia
245(1)
Hemophilia
246(1)
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
247(1)
Students Affected by Substance Abuse Conditions
248(1)
Summary
249(2)
Nondisabled Students and Adapted Physical Education
251(12)
Paul R. Surburg
Activity Injuries
252(5)
Long-Term Disorders
257(5)
Summary
262(1)
Part III Developmental Considerations 263(52)
Motor Development
265(16)
David L. Gallahue
Motor Development Defined
266(1)
Categories of Movement
267(1)
Motor Development As a Dynamic System
267(1)
The Phases of Motor Development
268(9)
Principles of Motor Development
277(2)
Summary
279(2)
Perceptual-Motor Development
281(12)
Joseph P. Winnick
Overview of the Perceptual-Motor Process
282(5)
Visual Perceptual-Motor Development
287(1)
Auditory Perceptual-Motor Development
288(2)
Proprioception
290(1)
Tactual Perception
291(1)
Summary
291(2)
Infants and Toddlers
293(10)
Cathy Houston-Wilson
Legislation
294(1)
The Role of Teachers of Early Childhood Adapted Physical Education
295(1)
Assessment
295(2)
Goals and Objectives in Motor Programs for Infants and Toddlers
297(1)
Goals and Objectives in Motor Programs for Infants and Toddlers With Unique Needs
298(2)
Developmentally Appropriate Interactions With Infants and Toddlers
300(1)
Interacting With Families
300(1)
Summary
301(2)
Early Childhood Adapted Physical Education
303(12)
Lauriece L. Zittel
Cathy Houston-Wilson
Identifying Young Children With Developmental Delays
304(1)
Assessment of Performance
305(2)
Objectives of Early Childhood Programs
307(1)
Planning for Instruction
308(1)
Developmentally Appropriate Teaching Approaches
309(3)
Activities
312(1)
Summary
313(2)
Part IV Activities for Individuals With Unique Needs 315(118)
Physical Fitness
317(12)
Francis X. Short
Definition and Components of Physical Fitness
318(3)
Personalizing Physical Fitness
321(1)
Patterns of Physical Activity
321(1)
Physical Activity Recommendations for Health-Related Physical Fitness
322(5)
Summary
327(2)
Body Mechanics and Posture
329(12)
Luke Kelly
Postural Deviations
330(1)
Spinal Column Deviations
331(6)
Lower-Extremity and Foot Disorders
337(3)
Summary
340(1)
Rhythm and Dance
341(12)
Ellen M. Kowalski
Benefits of Teaching Rhythm and Dance
342(1)
Using Rhythm and Dance in the Physical Education Program
343(3)
Developmentally and Age-Appropriate Rhythm and Dance Activities
346(2)
Modifying Rhythm and Dance Activities for Persons With Disabilities
348(2)
Theatrical Dance and Performance Programs
350(1)
Summary
351(2)
Aquatics
353(16)
Monica Lepore
Benefits of Adapted Aquatics
354(1)
General Teaching Suggestions
355(1)
Aquatic Assessment
355(1)
Adapting Swimming Skills
356(1)
Orientation to Water
356(3)
Facility and Equipment Considerations
359(2)
Meeting Unique Needs of Participants
361(3)
Swimming As a Competitive Sport
364(1)
Other Aquatic Activities
365(2)
Inclusion in Aquatic Activities
367(1)
Summary
368(1)
Team Sports
369(20)
David L. Porretta
Getting Involved
370(1)
Basketball
370(2)
Floor Hockey
372(2)
Football
374(2)
Soccer
376(2)
Softball
378(4)
Volleyball
382(2)
Goal Ball
384(2)
Quad Rugby
386(1)
Inclusion
387(1)
Summary
388(1)
Individual, Dual, and Adventure Sports and Activities
389(20)
E. Michael Loovis
Tennis
390(1)
Table Tennis
391(2)
Angling
393(1)
Archery
393(1)
Badminton
394(1)
Bowling
395(2)
Fencing
397(1)
Horseback Riding
397(2)
Gymnastics
399(1)
Wrestling
400(1)
Track and Field
401(2)
Golf
403(1)
Powerlifting
404(1)
Cycling
404(1)
Boccie
405(1)
Adventure Activities
406(2)
Inclusion
408(1)
Summary
408(1)
Winter Sport Activities
409(10)
Luke Kelly
Value of Winter Sports
410(1)
Alpine Skiing
410(3)
Cross-Country Skiing
413(1)
Competitive Skiing for Individuals With Disabilities
413(2)
Ice Skating
415(1)
Sledding and Tobogganing
416(1)
Hockey
416(1)
Curling
417(1)
Summary
417(2)
Enhancing Wheelchair Sport Performance
419(14)
Abu Yilla
The Athlete and the Wheelchair: A Systems Approach
420(6)
The Systems Approach---Combining the Athlete and the Wheelchair
426(5)
The Future
431(1)
Summary
431(2)
Appendix A Definitions Associated With the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act 433(2)
Appendix B Adapted Sport Organizations 435(6)
Appendix C Brockport Physical Fitness Test 441(2)
References and Resources 443(34)
Author Index 477(3)
Subject Index 480(11)
About the Authors 491


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