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Summary

Soundly based in the research literature and theory, this comprehensive introductory text is a practical guide to teaching physical education to the elementary school child. Its skill theme approach guides teachers in the process of assisting children develop their motor skills and physical fitness through developmentally appropriate activities.

Table of Contents

Preface xxiii
PART ONE Introduction and Content Overview
1(102)
The Value and Purpose of Physical Education for Children
3(11)
Why Children Need Physical Education
4(2)
Health Benefits Associated with a Lifetime of Physical Activity
6(1)
Characteristics of a Quality Physical Education Program
7(4)
Summary
11(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
11(1)
References/Suggested Readings
12(2)
The Skill Theme Approach
14(12)
What Is Developmentally Appropriate Physical Education?
15(1)
Children Develop at Different Rates
15(1)
Age Does Not Predict Motor Ability
15(1)
Children Develop Motor Skills Naturally through Play
15(1)
The Myth of the Natural Athlete
16(1)
Difference in Physical Abilities between Boys and Girls
16(1)
Why Don't You Describe Such Activities as Duck, Duck, Goose and Kick Ball?
16(1)
What Are Skill Themes?
17(1)
What Is the Curriculum Diamond?
17(1)
Building a Foundation (Preschool through Grade 5)
17(1)
Exploring Possibilities (Grades 6-8)
17(1)
Developing Expertise (Grades 9-12)
18(1)
What Are the Characteristics of the Skill Theme Approach?
18(4)
Characteristic 1
18(2)
Characteristic 2
20(1)
Characteristics
21(1)
Characteristic 4
22(1)
Is It Difficult to Maintain Youngsters' Interest in a Program That Emphasizes the Fundamentals?
22(1)
What Does ``Adjusting the Activities'' Mean?
22(1)
Where Is Physical Fitness in the Skill Theme Approach?
22(1)
Where Do the Cognitive and Affective Domains Fit into the Skill Theme Approach?
23(1)
What about Dance and Gymnastics?
23(1)
How Do Classroom Teachers Feel about the Skill Theme Approach?
24(1)
How Do Middle (Junior) and High School Physical Education Teachers Feel about the Skill Theme Approach?
24(1)
Summary
24(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
24(1)
References/Suggested Readings
25(1)
Skill Themes, Movement Concepts, and the National Standards
26(13)
Characteristics of Theme
27(2)
Skill Themes and Movement Concepts
29(4)
The Wheel Movement Analysis Framework)
31(1)
Context Variation
32(1)
The National Standards and the Skill Theme Approach
33(4)
Background of National Standards Development
33(2)
Skill Themes and the Content Standards
35(2)
Summary
37(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
38(1)
References/Suggested Readings
38(1)
Physical Fitness and Wellness for Children
39(29)
Physical ... Fitness, Activity, Education
41(2)
Principles of Fitness Training
41(1)
Guidelines for Physical Activity
41(2)
Fitness in the Physical Education Curriculum
43(1)
Heart-Rate Monitors and Pedometers
44(1)
Physical Fitness: A Definition
44(1)
Components of Health-Related Fitness
45(1)
Muscular Strength and Endurance
45(1)
Flexibility
45(1)
Cardiovascular Efficiency
45(1)
Body Composition
45(1)
Concepts of Physical Fitness
46(1)
Physical Fitness
46(1)
Health-Related Fitness
46(1)
Fitness Testing
47(1)
The Teaching of Fitness Concepts
47(1)
In-School Activities
48(1)
Jump-Rope Clubs
48(1)
Jogging/Walking Clubs
48(1)
Kid Fit and Fun
49(1)
Outside-of-School Activities
49(3)
Active Schools
52(1)
Incorporating Physical Fitness
52(1)
Assessing Physical Fitness
52(3)
A Final Thought on Fitness
55(1)
Wellness
55(7)
The Teaching of Wellness
56(1)
Nutrition
57(1)
Physical Activity and Nutrition
58(1)
Personal Safety: Bicycle. Auto, Fire, Water
58(1)
Drug, Alcohol, and Tobacco Abuse
59(1)
Personal and Social Responsibity
60(1)
Mental and Emotional Health
61(1)
Summary
62(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
62(1)
References/Suggested Readings
63(1)
Appendix 4A: Family Fitness Activities
64(2)
Appendix 4B: Prescriptions for Fitness
66(2)
Reflective Teaching
68(8)
What Is Reflective Teaching?
70(1)
The Need for Reflective Teaching
70(1)
Values of the Teacher
71(1)
Class Size
72(1)
Number of Class Sessions
72(1)
Facilities and Equipment
73(1)
Student Behavior
73(1)
Context of the School
73(1)
How Do I Become a Reflective Teacher?
74(1)
Summary
74(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
74(1)
References/Suggested Readings
75(1)
Teaching Diverse Learners
76(27)
Inclusion Expanded
77(5)
Overweight Children
79(1)
Cultural Differences
80(1)
Gender Equity.
81(1)
Religious Differences
81(1)
Children with Special Needs
82(12)
Physical Activity and Fitness
82(1)
Visual Impairments
83(2)
Hearing Impairments
85(2)
Physical Disabilities
87(4)
Health-Related Impairments
91(1)
Mental Retardation
91(2)
Emotional Disturbance and Behavior Disorders
93(1)
Social Interaction Disorders
93(1)
Learning Disabilities
94(1)
Creating Conditions for Inclusion
94(3)
Change
95(1)
Challenge
95(1)
Choke
96(1)
Meeting the Needs of Children with Disabilities
97(2)
The Multidisciplinary Team
97(1)
Individualized Education Program
98(1)
Least Restrictive Environment
98(1)
Implementing the IEP
99(1)
A Final Thought
99(1)
Summary
100(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
100(1)
References/Suggested Readings
101(2)
PART TWO Teaching Skills
103(146)
Determining Generic Levels of Skill Proficiency
105(9)
Identifying Levels of Skill Proficiency
107(2)
Precontrol Level
107(1)
Control Level
107(1)
Utilization Level
108(1)
Proficiency Level
108(1)
One Child, More Than One Level
108(1)
Using the Generic Levels of Skill Proficiency in Teaching
109(1)
Which Task?
109(1)
How to Know If a Task Works
109(1)
Insights about the Generic Levels of Skill Proficiency
110(1)
Multiple Skill Levels in a Class
111(1)
Control Level in Two Days a Week
111(1)
Proficiency Level Is Rare
111(1)
Summary
111(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
112(1)
References/Suggested Readings
113(1)
Planning
114(15)
Reflective Planning
115(1)
A Four-Step Planning Process
116(10)
Step 1: Developing the Scope and Sequence
117(1)
Step 2: Devising a Yearly Overview
118(2)
Step 3: Determining Benchmarks (Performance Indicators or Checkpoints)
120(2)
Step 4: Detailing Daily Lesson Plans
122(4)
Making Planning Enjoyable
126(1)
Recording Progress
126(1)
Lesson Design
126(1)
Interesting Lessons
126(1)
Appropriate Lessons
127(1)
Maximum Participation
127(1)
Parting Thought
127(1)
Summary
127(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
128(1)
References/Suggested Readings
128(1)
Establishing an Environment for Learning
129(20)
Gymnasium Atmosphere
131(1)
The Managerial Component
132(9)
Developing Protocols
133(1)
Establishing Rules and Expectations That Reflect a Positive Environment
133(2)
Establishing Gymnasium Routines
135(4)
Getting Off to a Good Start
139(2)
Teaching Skills for Establishing a Learning Environment
141(2)
Teaching Protocols
141(1)
Setting Performance Standards
142(1)
Maintaining Consistency
143(1)
The Instructional Component
143(1)
Safety
143(3)
Elements of Negligence
144(1)
Areas in Which Negligence Might Occur
144(2)
Summary
146(1)
Pleading Comprehension Questions
147(1)
References/Suggested Readings
147(2)
Maintaining Appropriate Behavior
149(18)
Increasing Appropriate Behavior
152(3)
Proactive Strategies
152(1)
Reactive Approaches
153(2)
Decreasing Inappropriate Behavior
155(4)
Positive Practice
155(1)
Desists
156(1)
Time-outs
156(1)
Planning Time
157(1)
Behavior Contracts
157(1)
Letters to Parents
157(2)
Involving the Principal
159(1)
Maintaining Appropriate Behavior in Entire Classes
159(4)
Developing Personal and Social Responsibility
161(1)
Reward Systems
162(1)
Corporal Punishment
163(1)
Teaching Skills to Maintain a Productive Learning Environment
163(1)
Summary
164(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
165(1)
References/Suggested Readings
166(1)
Developing the Content
167(10)
Overview of Content Development
168(5)
Informing
169(1)
Tasks (Extensions)
170(1)
Cues (Refinements)
170(2)
Challenges (Applications)
172(1)
Assessing Your Content Development
173(1)
Planning Format
173(1)
Accommodating Individual Differences
173(2)
Teaching by Invitation
174(1)
Intratask Variation
174(1)
Summary
175(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
175(1)
References/Suggested Readings
175(2)
Observing Student Responses
177(11)
What to Observe
179(3)
Safety
179(1)
On-Task Behavior
179(1)
Class Movement Patterns
180(1)
Individual Movement Patterns
180(2)
How to Observe
182(4)
Positioning
183(1)
Knowing What to Work For
184(1)
Strategies
184(2)
Summary
186(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
186(1)
References/Suggested Readings
187(1)
Instructional Approaches
188(15)
Direct Instruction
190(2)
Task Teaching
192(2)
Guided Discovery
194(2)
Convergent Inquiry
194(2)
Divergent Inquiry
196(1)
Peer Teaching
196(1)
Cooperative Learning
197(1)
Child-Designed Instruction
198(3)
A Final Thought
201(1)
Summary
201(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
202(1)
References/Suggested Readings
202(1)
Assessing Student Learning
203(29)
Understanding Assessment
204(3)
Linking of Assessment and Instruction
205(1)
Student as Primary Client
205(1)
Ongoing Process
206(1)
Meaningful Tasks
206(1)
Distribution of Criteria
206(1)
What Has Been Learned? Selecting Assessment Options
207(13)
Teacher Observation
209(1)
Exit (or Entrance) Slips
209(1)
Student Journals
210(2)
Homework
212(2)
Peer Observation
214(1)
Self-Assessment
215(1)
Event Tasks
216(1)
Videotape/Digital Pictures
217(1)
Student Drawings
218(1)
Student Displays
218(1)
Portfolios
218(2)
Assessing How Well Something Was Learned
220(4)
Assessing All Three Domains
223(1)
Fitness Assessment
223(1)
A Word about Assessing Movement Concepts
223(1)
Assessment of Students with Disabilities
223(1)
What to Do with the Results of Assessment, or Summarizing and Reporting Progress
224(1)
Three Practical Systems
225(1)
Grading
225(1)
Finding the Time for Assessment
225(5)
Summary
230(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
230(1)
References/Suggested Readings
231(1)
Understanding Your Teaching
232(17)
Self-Reflection
234(1)
Systematic Observation
234(11)
Getting Started
234(1)
Unassisted Techniques
235(2)
Student-Assisted Techniques
237(3)
Peer-Assisted Techniques
240(4)
Combining and Adapting Techniques
244(1)
Being Observed
244(1)
Written Instruments
245(1)
Linking and Finding Out More
246(1)
Support Groups
247(1)
Summary
247(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
248(1)
References/Suggested Readings
248(1)
PART THREE Movement Concepts Defined
249(56)
Space Awareness
251(17)
Developing the Concept of Self-Space
254(2)
Teaching the Concept of Self-Space
254(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
254(1)
Exploring Self-Space
254(1)
Curling, Stretching, and Twisting in Self-Space
255(1)
Moving the Whole Body in Self-Space
255(1)
Developing the Concept of General Space
256(2)
Teaching the Concept of General Space
256(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
256(1)
Exploring General Space
256(1)
Open Spaces
257(1)
Reducing the Size of the General Space
257(1)
City Streets, Crowded Spaces
257(1)
Dodging in General Space
257(1)
Traveling Over, Under, and Around Obstacles in General Space
257(1)
Obstacle Course
258(1)
Developing the Concept of Directions
258(2)
Teaching the Concept of Directions
258(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
258(1)
Traveling in Different Directions
258(1)
Moving Clockwise and Counterclockwise
258(1)
Exploring Directions
259(1)
Changing Directions on Signal
259(1)
Turning While Moving in Different Directions
259(1)
Developing the Concept of Levels
260(1)
Teaching the Concept of Levels
260(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
260(1)
Traveling and Freezing at Different Levels
260(1)
Traveling with Body Parts at Different Levels
260(1)
Rising and Sinking to Create Different Levels
261(1)
Traveling While Rising and Sinking
261(1)
Developing the Concept of Pathways
261(3)
Teaching the Concept of Pathways
261(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
261(1)
Exploring Pathways
261(1)
Using Pathway Maps
262(1)
Designing Pathways
262(1)
Creating Follow-the-Leader Pathways
262(1)
Traveling Pathways and Obstacles
263(1)
Following-the-Dots Pathways
263(1)
Combining Pathways, Levels, and Directions
264(1)
Developing the Concept of Extensions in Space
264(2)
Teaching the Concept of Extensions in Space
265(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
265(1)
Exploring Extensions
265(1)
Traveling and Extensions
265(1)
Changing from One Extension to Another
265(1)
Using Extensions and Imagery
265(1)
Applying the Concept of Space Awareness
266(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
266(1)
References/Suggested Readings
267(1)
Effort
268(15)
Developing the Concept of Time
270(6)
Teaching the Concept of Time
271(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
271(1)
Exploring Time
271(1)
Using Different Speeds in Self-Space
271(1)
Moving at Different Speeds
272(1)
Traveling and Freezing by Using Changes in Time
273(1)
Combining Imagery and Time
273(1)
Differentiating among Time Words
274(1)
Combining Sport Skills and Time
274(1)
Continually Changing in Time Traveling
274(2)
Developing the Concept of Force
276(2)
Teaching the Concept of Force
276(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
276(1)
Exploring Force
276(1)
Traveling and Changing Force Qualities
276(1)
Using Imagery and Force
276(1)
Showing Contrasts of Force
277(1)
Developing the Concept of Flow
278(3)
Teaching the Concept of Flow
278(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
279(1)
Traveling and Flow
279(1)
Elicting Flow Qualities
279(1)
Following Flow Sentences
279(1)
Practicing Flow Sequences
280(1)
Using Flow Conversations
280(1)
Combining Time, Force, and Flow
280(1)
Applying the Effort Concepts
281(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
282(1)
References/Suggested Readings
282(1)
Relationships
283(22)
Developing the Concept of the Relationships of Body Parts
285(6)
Teaching the Concept of the Relationships of Body Parts
285(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
285(1)
Identifying Body Parts
285(1)
Balancing While Using Different Body Parts
286(1)
Freezing on Different Body Parts
287(1)
Traveling on Different Body Parts
287(1)
Balancing on Matching and Nonmatching Parts
287(1)
Round. Narrow, Wide, and Twisted Body Shapes
288(1)
Changing from One Body Shape to Another
289(1)
Traveling and Freezing in Different Body Shapes
290(1)
Making Symmetrical and Nonsymmetrical Shapes
290(1)
Creating Postcard Sculptures
290(1)
Creating Body Shapes in the Air
291(1)
Developing the Concept of the Relationships with Objects
291(6)
Teaching the Concept of the Relationships with Objects
292(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
292(1)
Traveling Over. Close To, Far Away, Inside
292(1)
Traveling Over, Under, Close To, and Far Away from Equipment
293(1)
Onto/Off Concepts
294(1)
Over, Under. Around, In Front of, and Behind Concepts
294(1)
Traveling Along Equipment
295(1)
Traveling Through Obstacles
295(1)
Going Over and Under the Obstacle Course
295(1)
Using Partners as Obstacles
296(1)
Developing the Concept of the Relationships with People
297(5)
Alone in a Mass
297(1)
Solo
297(1)
Partners
298(1)
Groups
298(1)
Between Groups
298(1)
Teaching the Concept of the Relationships with People
299(1)
Learning Experiences Leading to Movement Concept Understanding
299(1)
Matching
299(1)
Traveling and Matching
299(1)
Mirroring
299(1)
Matching and Mirroring
299(1)
Traveling Alongside/Following
300(1)
Following with a Group
300(1)
Meeting/Parting
301(1)
Forming Cooperative and Collaborative Relationships
301(1)
Meeting and Parting in a Cooperative Group
302(1)
Performing Solo
302(1)
Applying the Concept of Relationships
302(1)
Competition
303(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
303(1)
References/Suggested Readings
304(1)
PART FOUR Skill Theme Development
305(296)
Traveling
307(27)
Fundamental Locomotor Skills
308(4)
Walking
308(1)
Running
309(1)
Hopping
309(1)
Leaping
309(1)
Sliding
309(1)
Galloping
309(3)
Skipping
312(1)
Levels of Skill Proficiency
312(1)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration
313(3)
Traveling in General Space
313(1)
Traveling in Different Locomotor Movements
314(1)
Traveling in Different Ways
314(1)
Traveling with Imagery
315(1)
Traveling Through Rope Pathways
315(1)
Traveling Among the Large and Tall
316(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
316(9)
Traveling with Different Locomotor Patterns
316(1)
Sliding
316(1)
Galloping
316(1)
Hopping
317(1)
Skipping
317(1)
Leaping
317(1)
Running
317(1)
Traveling to Open Spaces
318(1)
Performing Locomotor Sequences
319(1)
Moving to Rhythms
319(1)
Traveling in Confined Spaces
319(1)
Traveling with Music
320(1)
Traveling an Obstacle Course
320(1)
Traveling in Different Directions
320(1)
Slidestepping
321(1)
Traveling in Different Pathways
321(1)
The Locomotors Dance
322(1)
The Follow-Me Dance
322(1)
Traveling at Different Speeds
323(1)
Traveling Using Different Directions, Levels, Pathways, and Locations
323(1)
Changing Speeds to Music
323(1)
A Dance of Water, Steam, and Ice
323(1)
Slow-Motion Replay: The Sports Dance
324(1)
Combination Locomotors
324(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
325(4)
Traveling with a Partner: Matching Pathways
325(2)
The Copy Cat Dance
327(1)
Traveling with a Partner Changing Speed and Direction
327(1)
Shadowing
327(1)
Meeting and Parting While Traveling with a Partner
327(1)
Performing Rhythmical Patterns
328(1)
Traveling to Express Age: The Fountain of Youth Dance
328(1)
Traveling in Bound and Free Flow
328(1)
Traveling to Tom Foolery Rhymes
329(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
329(3)
Depicting Primitive Tribes through Travel
329(1)
Traveling to Show Tradition versus Change
330(1)
Performing Rhythmical Patterns: Tinking
330(2)
Traveling in Games and Sports
332(1)
Traveling in Gymnastics
332(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
332(1)
References/Suggested Readings
333(1)
Chasing, Fleeing, and Dodging
334(16)
Chasing
335(1)
Fleeing
335(1)
Dodging
335(1)
Levels of Skill Proficiency
335(2)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration
337(1)
Moving Obstacles
337(1)
Traveling to Flee
338(1)
Traveling to Dodge
338(1)
Make-Believe Chase
338(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
338(3)
Dodging in Response to a Signal
338(1)
Fleeing from a Partner
339(1)
Dodging the Obstacles
339(1)
Dodging with Quick Changes of Direction
339(1)
Overtaking a Fleeing Person
339(1)
Fleeing a Chaser
340(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
341(2)
Dodging Stationary Obstacles
341(1)
Dodging and Faking Moves to Avoid a Chaser
341(1)
Dodging Semistationary Obstacles
341(1)
Dodging and Chasing One Person in a Mass
342(1)
Dodging In a Dynamic Situation
343(1)
Dodging While Manipulating an Object
343(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
343(5)
Continual Fleeing and Chasing with a Large Group
344(1)
Dodging While Maintaining Possession of an Object
344(1)
Chasing and Fleeing in an Invasion Gamelike Situation
345(1)
Chasing and Dodging Simultaneously
345(1)
Dodging in a Gamelike Situation
346(1)
Dodging in a Target Gamelike Situation
346(1)
Using Team Strategy for Chasing, Fleeing, and Dodging in an Invasion Gamelike Situation
347(1)
Dodging While Manipulating an Object in an Invasion Gamelike Situation
348(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
348(1)
References/Suggested Readings
349(1)
Jumping and Landing
350(24)
Fundamental Jumping Patterns
351(1)
Levels of Skill Proficiency
351(5)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration
356(2)
Jumping and Landing: Different Patterns
356(1)
Jumping for Distance
357(1)
Jumping for Height
357(1)
Jumping over a Swinging Rope
357(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
358(8)
Jumping and Landing: Basic Patterns
358(1)
Standing Long Jump
359(1)
Jumping for Height
359(1)
Jumping over Low Obstacles: Hoops
360(1)
Jumping over Low Obstacles: Hurdles
360(1)
Jumping Rhythmically
361(1)
Jurmping in Rhythmical Sequences
361(1)
Jumping a Turned Rope
362(1)
Jumping a Self-Turned Rope
362(1)
Jumping Using Buoyant and Yielding Landings
362(1)
Jumping to Form a Body Shape During Flight
363(1)
Traveling, Jumping, and Body Shapes
364(1)
Performing Jumping Sequences and Making Body Shapes
364(1)
Jumping over Equipment Using Buoyant Landings
365(1)
Jumping On and Off Equipment Using Buoyant and Yielding Landings
365(1)
Jump, Squash, TaDa
366(1)
Jumping and Landing Task Sheet
366(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
366(4)
Jumping to Catch
367(1)
Jumping to Throw
368(1)
Jumping on a Bench
368(1)
Throwing and Catching While Jumping
369(1)
Jumping to an Accented Beat
370(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
370(2)
Jumping with a Partner to Mirror Actions
370(1)
Jumping with a Partner to Match Actions
371(1)
Jumping with a Springboard
371(1)
Jumping as Part of a Dance Creation
371(1)
Jumping, Dancing, and Imagery
372(1)
Hurdling Jumps
372(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
372(1)
References/Suggested Readings
373(1)
Balancing
374(25)
Levels of Skill Proficiency
376(1)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration
376(2)
Balancing on Different Bases of Support
376(1)
Balancing on a Wide Base of Support
377(1)
Balancing in Different Body Shapes
377(1)
Traveling and Stopping in Balanced Positions
378(1)
Traveling on Low Gymnastics Equipment
378(1)
Balancing on Boards
378(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
378(13)
Balancing on Different Bases of Support
379(1)
Tightening the Gymnastics Muscles
379(1)
Counterbalance
380(1)
Balancing Symmetrically and Nonsymmetrically
380(1)
Balancing in Different Body Shapes
381(2)
The Gymastics Dance
383(1)
Performing Inverted Balances
383(1)
Alignment of Body Parts
383(1)
Doing Kickups
384(1)
Traveling and Stopping in Balanced Positions
384(1)
Stationary Balances on Equipment
385(2)
Traveling on Large Apparatus
387(1)
Traveling While Balanced
388(1)
Balancing Sequence
388(1)
Balancing on Stilts
389(1)
Balance Boards
389(2)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
391(3)
Balancing on Crates
391(1)
Moving out of and into Balances by Stretching, Curling, and Twisting
392(1)
Traveling into and out of Balances by Rolling
393(1)
Performing Inverted Balances on Equipment
393(1)
Performing Sequences That Combine Stationary Balances and Traveling on Mats
394(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
394(4)
Balancing While Supporting the Weight of a Partner
394(1)
Balancing on Hanging Ropes
395(1)
Transferring off Equipment with Weight on Hands
396(1)
Performing Apparatus Sequences That Combine Stationary Balances and Traveling with Movement Concepts
396(2)
Reading Comprehension Questions
398(1)
References
398(1)
Transferring Weight and Rolling
399(39)
Levels of Skill Proficiency in Transferring Weight
400(1)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration of Weight Transfer
400(2)
Locomotor Actions
401(1)
Transferring Weight from Feet to Back
401(1)
Transferring Weight from Feet to Hands
401(1)
Transferring Weight onto and off Equipment
402(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Weight Transfer
402(6)
Transferring Weight to Hands across Mats
402(1)
Transferring Weight from Feet to Back
402(1)
Transferring Weight from Feet to Combinations of Body Parts
403(1)
Stretching, Curling, and Twisting into Transfers
403(1)
Performing Spring/Step Takeoffs
404(1)
Performing Spring/Step Takeoffs onto Crates and/or Benches
405(1)
Transferring Off Low Apparatus (Bench, Crate, or Low Table)
405(1)
Making Spring/Step Takeoffs with Sequences
405(1)
Traveling Over Low Apparatus
406(1)
Transferring Onto Low Apparatus
406(1)
Transferring Weight from Feet to Hands
407(1)
Transferring Weight to Hands by Stepping: Cartwheels
407(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Weight Transfer
408(6)
Transferring Weight to Hands: Walking
408(1)
Transferring Weight to Hands and Twisting
409(1)
Transferring Weight to Hands and Forming a Bridge
409(1)
Transferring Weight onto Large Apparatus
409(1)
Transferring Weight to Head and Hands on Apparatus (Box, Beam, Table)
410(1)
Transferring Weight onto Bars (Parallel Bars, Climbing Frame)
410(1)
Transferring Weight Over Apparatus (Vaulting Box)
411(1)
Transferring Weight Along Apparatus
412(1)
Transferring Weight by Rolling (Bench, Box, or Table)
412(1)
Transferring Weight from Feet to Hands
413(1)
Transferring Weight on Bars
413(1)
Combining Skills on Mats
413(1)
Combining Weight Transfer and Balances into Sequences on Mats and Apparatus
414(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Weight Transfer
414(1)
Levels of Skill Proficiency in Rolling
414(3)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration of Rolling
417(2)
Rounds
419(1)
The Rocking Horse
419(1)
Rolling Sideways
419(1)
The Ball
419(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Rolling
419(12)
Twin Rockers
419(1)
Log Roll
420(1)
EggRoll
420(1)
Shoulders Sideways
420(1)
Back Rocker
421(1)
Through the Legs
421(1)
Rolling Forward
421(2)
Back Touch
423(1)
Rolling from Different Positions
423(1)
Rolling at Different Speeds
424(1)
Back Shoulder
424(1)
Handclasp Backward
425(1)
Rolling Backward
425(1)
Rolling in Different Directions
426(1)
Rolling from Different Directions and Positions
426(1)
Linking Rolls
427(1)
Rolling Using Different Directions and Speeds
427(1)
Jumping Off Equipment, Landing, and Rolling
428(1)
Jumping for Height, Landing, and Rolling
428(1)
Jumping from Different Heights and Rolling
428(1)
Jumping Over Equipment, Landing, and Rolling
429(1)
Rolling, Levels, Directions, and Jumping
430(1)
Traveling, Jumping, Landing, and Rolling
431(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Rolling
431(5)
Busy Mat
431(1)
Touch-and-Go Rolls
432(1)
Rolling Over Low Hurdles
432(1)
Rolling on Low Equipment
432(1)
Rolling Off Low Equipment
433(1)
Traveling and Rolling between Pieces of Equipment
433(1)
Rolling, Balancing, and Rolling
433(1)
Rolling to Express an Idea
434(1)
Throwing, Catching, and Rolling
434(1)
Rolling onto Low Equipment
435(1)
Balancing and Rolling on Equipment
435(1)
Rolling to Meet and Part
436(1)
Striking and Rolling
436(1)
Catching, Throwing, and Rolling
436(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Rolling
436(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
437(1)
References
437(1)
Kicking and Punting
438(33)
Levels of Skill Proficiency in Kicking
439(4)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration of Kicking
443(2)
Kicking a Stationary Ball from a Stationary Position
443(1)
Kicking at Large Targets
443(1)
Approaching a Stationary Ball and Kicking
443(1)
Tapping the Ball
444(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Kicking
445(7)
Kicking on the Ground
445(1)
Kicking in the Air
446(1)
Kicking for Distance
446(1)
Kicking to a Distance Zone
447(1)
Kicking to Targets
448(1)
Kicking a Rolling Ball from a Stationary Position
449(1)
Kicking to a Partner
449(1)
Tapping the Ball along the Ground (Soccer Dribble)
449(1)
Starting and Stopping
450(1)
Traveling in Pathways
450(1)
Dribbling around Stationary Obstacles
450(1)
Keeping It Perfect: Zero, Zero
451(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Kicking
452(4)
Charing Directions: Tap/Dribble
452(1)
Performing a Continuous Tap/Dribble and Change of Direction
452(1)
Traveling and Kicking for a Goal
453(1)
Playing One-on-One Soccer
453(1)
Playing Soccer Goal
454(1)
Kicking to a Partner from Various Angles
454(1)
Kicking to a Traveling Partner
455(1)
Passing to a Partner in General Space
455(1)
Playing Two-on-One Soccer
456(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Kicking
456(3)
Kicking at Small Stationary Targets
456(1)
Kicking at a Moving Target
457(1)
Playing Mini Soccer
457(1)
Playing Soccer Keep-Away
457(1)
Playing Alley Soccer
458(1)
Playing Cone Soccer
458(1)
Levels of Skill Proficiency in Punting
459(1)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration of Punting
459(3)
Dropping, Bouncing, and Kicking Lightweight Balls
459(1)
Dropping and Punting
459(3)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Punting
462(3)
Punting for Consistency
462(1)
Punting over Low Ropes
462(1)
Punting with an Approach
463(1)
Punting Different Types of Balls
463(1)
Punting for Distance
464(1)
Using Punting Zones
464(1)
Punting for Accuracy
465(1)
Punting for Height
465(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Punting
465(3)
Punting at Angles
466(1)
Punting to a Partner
467(1)
Receiving a Pass. Then Punting
467(1)
Punting within a Limited Time
467(1)
Playing Rush the Circle
467(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development in Punting
468(1)
Receiving and Punting against Opponents
468(1)
Punting While Traveling
468(1)
Playing Punt-Over
469(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
469(1)
References
470(1)
Throwing and Catching
471(32)
Levels of Skill Proficiency in Throwing
472(4)
Levels of Skill Proficiency in Catching
476(2)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration
478(2)
Throwing a Yam Ball against the Wall
478(1)
Throwing at a Large Target
479(1)
Catching a Rolling Ball
479(1)
Catching from a Skilled Thrower
479(1)
Drop---Catch
479(1)
Tossing to Self and Catching
480(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
480(10)
Throwing Overhand
480(1)
Throwing Underhand
481(1)
Throwing Sidearm
481(1)
Overs. Unders, and Sides
482(1)
Bouncing a Ball to Self and Catching It
482(1)
Throwing an Object to Different Levels and Catching It
482(1)
Catching in Different Places around the Body
482(1)
Throwing Overhand at a Stationary Target
483(1)
Hit the Can
484(1)
Bowling for Targets
484(1)
Throwing Underhand to Hoops
485(1)
Throwing to High Targets
485(1)
Throwing Backhand to a Target
485(1)
Throwing a Frisbee
486(1)
Catching with a Scoop
486(1)
Flying Beanbag Catch
487(1)
Throwing a Ball against a Wall and Catching the Rebound
487(1)
Throwing for Distance
488(1)
Throwing and Catching with a Partner
488(1)
Throwing and Catching over a Net with a Partner
489(1)
Bench Bounce Catch
490(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
490(5)
Moving to Catch
490(1)
Throwing and Catching While Traveling
491(1)
Throwing on the Move
491(1)
Throwing to Make a Partner Move to Catch
491(1)
Throwing to a Moving Target
492(1)
Throwing for Distance and Accuracy
493(1)
Target Backaway
493(1)
Playing Frisbee Golf
494(1)
Catching to Throw Quickly to a Partner
494(1)
Catching to Throw Quickly to a Target
495(1)
Throwing While in the Air
495(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
495(6)
Throwing and Catching a Frisbee in Different Places around the Body with a Partner
496(1)
Throwing and Catching in a Field, Run, and Score Gamelike Situation
496(1)
Throwing to Avoid a Defender
496(1)
Throwing and Catching in a Small Sided Invasion Game
497(1)
Throwing at a Stationary Object while Being Defended
497(1)
Throwing and Catching in a Small Sided Basketball-Type Game
498(1)
Throwing and Catching with a Frisbee in a Small Sided Invasion Game
499(1)
Throwing and Catching with a Football in a Small Sided Invasion-Game
499(1)
Throwing and Catching with a Team Handball in a Small Sided Invasion Game
500(1)
Throwing and Catching with Using Simple Offense and Defense In a Small Sided Invasion Game
500(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
501(1)
References/Suggested Readings
502(1)
Volleying and Dribbling
503(36)
Volleying
504(1)
Levels of Skill Proficiency in Volleying
504(1)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration
505(2)
Striking Balloons in the Air
505(1)
Striking a Balloon Forward
505(1)
Striking with Different Body Parts
506(1)
Striking Lightweight Objects
506(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
507(6)
Striking a Ball Noncontinuously with Different Body Parts
507(1)
Striking a Ball Upward (Underhand Pattern)
507(1)
Striking a Ball Upward with the Forearms (The Bump)
508(1)
String a Ball to the Wall (Underhand Pattern)
508(1)
Striking a Ball over a Line (Underhand Pattern)
509(1)
Playing Hoop Volley (Underhand Pattern)
509(1)
Playing Four Square, Two Square (Underhand Pattern)
510(1)
Striking over a Low Net (Underhand Pattern)
510(1)
Volleying to the Wall (Overhead Pattern)
511(1)
Volleying a Ball Upward (Overhead Pattern)
511(1)
Volleying to a Partner (Overhead Pattern)
511(1)
Playing Keep It Up
512(1)
Playing One-Bounce Volleyball
512(1)
Obstacle-Course Volley
512(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
513(6)
Volleying Game: Child-Designed
514(1)
Striking a Ball Continuously with Different Body Parts
514(1)
Volleying with the Foot
514(1)
Playing Aerial Soccer
515(1)
Volleying with a Volleybird
516(1)
Striking to the Wall---Varying Levels, Force, and Body Position
516(1)
Volleying Over a Net
517(1)
Volleying Continuously to a Partner
518(1)
Volleying Three on Three
518(1)
Serving Underhand over the Net
518(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
519(3)
Striking with Different Body Parts While Traveling
519(1)
Serving Underhand over the Net
520(1)
Striking Downward with Force
520(1)
Spiking
521(1)
Volleying in a Line Formation
521(1)
Playing Modified Volleyball
522(1)
Dribbling
522(1)
Levels of Skill Proficiency in Dribbling
522(1)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration
523(1)
Bouncing a Ball Down and Catching It
524(1)
Bouncing a Ball Down (Dribbling) Continuously
524(1)
Dribbling and Walking
524(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
524(4)
All the Time Dribble
524(1)
Dribble Like a Basketball Player
525(1)
Dribbling at Different Heights
525(1)
Dribbling and Looking
526(1)
Switches
526(1)
Dribbling with the Body in Different Positions
527(1)
Dribbling In Different Places around the Body While Stationary
527(1)
Dribbling and Traveling
528(1)
Moving Switches
528(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
528(6)
Dribbling and Changing Speed of Travel
529(1)
Dribbling While Changing Directions
529(1)
Dribbling in Different Pathways
530(1)
Dribbling While Stopping, Starting, and Turning (Pivots and Fakes)
530(1)
Dribbling around Stationary Obstacles
531(1)
Mirroring and Matching While Dribbling
532(1)
Dribbling and Passing with a Partner
532(1)
Dribbling against an Opponent: One on One
533(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
534(3)
Dribbling Against Opponents: Group Situations
534(1)
Now You've Got It, Now You Don't
534(1)
Dribble Tag
535(1)
Dribbling While Dodging
535(1)
Dribbling and Passing in Game Situations
535(1)
Making Up Fancy Dribbling/Passing Routines
536(1)
Dribbling and Throwing at a Target
536(1)
Dribble/Pass Keep-Away
536(1)
Small-Group Basketball
537(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
537(1)
References
538(1)
Striking with Rackets and Paddles
539(26)
Levels of Skill Proficiency
540(1)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration
541(5)
Paddle Balance
541(2)
Balloon Strike (Lightweight Paddle)
543(1)
Striking a Suspended Ball
544(1)
Hit the Wall
545(1)
UpwardBound
546(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
546(10)
Downs
546(1)
Ups
547(1)
Ups and Downs
547(1)
Up against the Wall (Striking Forward)
548(1)
Ups, Downs, and Forwards
549(1)
Both Sides (of the Paddle) Now
549(1)
Striking to Wall Targets
550(1)
Striking Distance (Varying the Force)
550(1)
Striking for Hoops (Varying the Distance)
550(1)
To the Wall---Sideways (Sideam Forehand Pattern)
551(1)
To the Wall Again---Sideways (Sidearm Backhand Pattern)
551(1)
Striking at High and Low Targets
552(2)
Striking to Different Places
554(1)
Striking through a Target
554(1)
Striking an Object to Send It over a Net
554(1)
Striking a Ball Rebounding from a Wall
555(1)
Striking Continuously Over and Through a Target
556(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
556(4)
Hitting from Different Places
556(1)
Hitting Cooperatively and Continuously with a Partner
557(1)
Striking to Different Places around a Partner
557(1)
Striking Overhead
558(1)
Striking Overhead over a Net
558(1)
Striking Continuously Upward with a Group
558(1)
Striking in Various Aerial Pathways in Dynamic Situations
559(1)
Striking Upward in a Dynamic Situation
559(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
560(4)
Striking to One Wall with a Partner
561(1)
Striking at Angles to Two Walls with a Partner
561(1)
Striking To and From Different Places
562(1)
Partner Striking across a Net
562(1)
Aerial Striking over a Net
562(1)
Team Striking across a Net
563(1)
Group Striking across a Net
563(1)
Self-Designed Racket Games
564(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
564(1)
Reference
564(1)
Striking with Long-Handled Implements
565(36)
Levels of Skill Proficiency
566(5)
Precontrol Level: Activities for Exploration
571(4)
Striking a Stationary Ball---Golf or Hockey
573(1)
Striking to Large Targets---Golf or Hockey
573(1)
Striking (Dribbling) a Ball in Self-Space---Hockey
573(1)
Traveling Slowly While Striking a Ball---Hockey
574(1)
Striking Off a Batting Tee---Bats
574(1)
Control Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
575(12)
Striking a Stationary Ball on the Ground---Golf and Hockey
575(1)
Striking for Distance---Golf and Hockey
576(1)
Striking in the Air---Golf
577(1)
Striking to Varying Distances---Golf
577(1)
Striking to Targets---Hockey
578(1)
Striking to a Target (Around the World)---Hockey
578(1)
Striking to a Stationary Partner---Hockey
578(1)
Traveling Slowly While Striking a Ball---Hockey
579(1)
Traveling, Stopping, and Controlling the Ball---Hockey
580(1)
Traveling and Changing Speeds---Hockey
580(1)
Traveling and Striking While Changing Pathways---Hockey
581(1)
Striking to Different Places---Hockey
581(1)
Striking While Dodging Stationary Obstacles---Hockey
582(1)
Striking a Stationary Ball---Bats
582(1)
Level Swings---Bats
583(1)
Striking a Stationary Ball for Distance---Bats
584(1)
Striking Suspended Objects---Bats
585(1)
Hitting a Stationary Ball from Different Places---Bats
585(1)
Hit and Run---Bats
585(1)
Throwing a Ball in the Air and Striking it---Bats
586(1)
Striking a Self-Tossed Ball to Different Distances---Bats
586(1)
Striking a Pitched Ball---Bats
587(1)
Utilization Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
587(8)
Striking to Targets at Various Distances---Golf
588(1)
Playing Hoop Golf---Golf
588(1)
Directing the Air Pathway of the Struck Object---Golf
588(1)
Playing Hockey Bowl (Small Targets)---Hockey
588(1)
Dribbling and Changing Directions Backward---Hockey
589(1)
Performing a Continuous Dribble and Change of Direction---Hockey
589(1)
Pathways, Speeds, and Directions---Hockey
589(1)
Traveling and Striking for a Goal---Hockey
590(1)
One-on-One Hockey---Hockey
591(1)
Striking from a Stationary Position to a Moving Target---Hockey
592(1)
Passing and Receiving on the Move---Hockey
592(1)
Keeping It Moving---Hockey
592(1)
Two-on-One Hockey---Hockey
592(1)
Grounders and Flies---Bats
593(1)
Directing the Placement of an Object---Bats
593(1)
Hitting to Open Spaces---Bats
594(1)
Striking a Pitched Object Varying the Distance---Bats
594(1)
Batting, Combining Distance and Placement---Bats
595(1)
Proficiency Level: Learning Experiences Leading to Skill Development
595(5)
Directing the Pathway, Distance, and Speed of an Object---Golf
595(1)
Whiffle Ball Golf
596(1)
Stiking to Dodge an Opponent---Hockey
596(1)
Keep-Away---Hockey
597(1)
Small Sided Hockey Invasion Game---Hockey
598(1)
Directing the Pathway, Distance, and Speed of an Object---Bats
598(1)
Six-Player Striking and Fielding in a Gamelike Situation-Bats
598(1)
One-Base Baseball---Bats
599(1)
Half Ball---Bats
599(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
600(1)
Reference
600(1)
PART FIVE Movement Concepts and Skill Themes in Content Areas
601(70)
Skill Themes in Dance
603(21)
The Purpose of Dance in Elementary School
604(1)
Dance Experiences
605(10)
Rhythmic Experiences
606(3)
Folk/Cultural and Ethnic Dances
609(1)
Creative Experiences
610(2)
Design of Dance
612(1)
Evaluation of Dance Making
612(3)
The Content of Expressive Dance
615(1)
The Process of Teaching Dance
615(2)
Don't Call it Dancel
615(2)
Begin Gradually
617(1)
Start with a Cooperative Class
617(1)
Use Props
617(1)
Imagery
617(1)
Start with Exciting Movement Experiences
618(1)
Dance to the Music
618(1)
A Final Thought
618(1)
Summary
618(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
619(1)
References/Suggested Readings
619(2)
Appendix 29A: Teacher-Designed Group Routines
621(3)
Lummi Sticks
621(1)
Chinese Ribbons
621(1)
Musical Parachute
622(1)
Jump Rope
623(1)
Skill Themes in Gymnastics
624(13)
The Nature of Gymnastics
625(1)
The Purpose of Gymnastics
626(1)
The Content of Educational Gymnastics
627(4)
Floor Experiences
628(1)
Apparatus Experiences
629(1)
Recording Sequences
630(1)
Outdoor Play Equipment as Gymnastics Apparatus
630(1)
The Process of Teaching Educational Gymnastics
631(4)
The Learning Environment
631(1)
Gymnastics Equipment
632(1)
Stations
632(1)
Varying the Task
633(1)
Club Gymnasts
633(1)
Demonstrating
634(1)
A Final Thought
635(1)
Summary
635(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
635(1)
References/Suggested Readings
635(2)
Skill Themes in Games
637(18)
The Nature of Games
638(1)
The Purpose of Games in Elementary School
639(1)
The Content of Elementary School Games
639(3)
Games Experiences
642(4)
Invariant Game Skill Experiences
642(1)
Dynamic Gamelike Skill Experiences
643(2)
Games-Playing Experiences
645(1)
The Process of Teaching Games
646(6)
Selecting a Games-Playing Experience
646(4)
Other Considerations
650(1)
The Learning Environment
651(1)
After-School Sport Programs
652(1)
Child Development and Games
652(1)
A Final Thought
652(1)
Summary
653(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
653(1)
References/Suggested Readings
653(2)
Integrating the Skill Theme Approach across the Curriculum
655(16)
Connecting Physical Education and the Classroom Curriculum through Interdisciplinary Learning
656(1)
Defining Interdisciplinary Learning
656(1)
Interdisciplinary Learning and Quality Physical Education
656(1)
Integrating Physical Education
657(2)
Benefits of Integration
657(1)
Important Considerations
658(1)
The Process of Teaching Using Interdisciplinary Learning
659(6)
Content Linkage Approach
659(1)
Shared Integration Approach
660(1)
Developing an Integrated Learning Experience
660(2)
Thematic Unit Approach
662(3)
Understanding the Scope and Sequence of Subject Area Content
665(1)
The Connection between Physical Activity and Academic Performance
666(2)
What the Research Suggests: Physical Activity, Fitness, and Physical Education
666(1)
What the Research Suggests: Brain-Based Learning
667(1)
A Final Thought
668(1)
Summary
668(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
668(1)
References/Suggested Readings
669(1)
Internet Sites
669(2)
PART SIX The Future
671
Building Support for Your Program
673(9)
The Principal
674(1)
Teachers in the School
675(1)
Parents
676(2)
The School Board
678(2)
The Community at Large
680(1)
Legislators
680(1)
Children as Advocates
680(1)
Summary
681(1)
Reading Comprehension Questions
681(1)
References/Suggested Readings
681(1)
Physical Education for Tomorrow's Children
682
Appendix: Sample School Year Overviews
1(1)
Index 1


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