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Complete Guide to Sport Education (Book with CD-ROM),9780736043809

Complete Guide to Sport Education (Book with CD-ROM)

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9780736043809

ISBN10:
0736043802
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Pub. Date:
7/20/2004
Publisher(s):
HUMAN KINETICS PUBLISHERS
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Summary

Children of all ages can learn many valuable lessons through participation in sport, dance, fitness, and adventure activities. Complete Guide to Sport Educationhelps teachers present those lessons in ways that positively affect their students and prepare them to be physically active and healthy as adults.Complete Guide to Sport Educationpresents a curriculum and instruction model through which - boys and girls learn fairness, teamwork, and compassion as they participate in sport; - teachers learn effective strategies for helping lower-skilled students and nonparticipants to become active and valued team members; and - students learn to recognize the qualities of good sport experiences and gain the perspective needed to become advocates for quality sport and physical activity programs in their communities as adults.Internationally recognized Sport Education experts Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars provide teachers with the essential tools and strategies they need for planning and implementing a Sport Education curriculum:- Ready-to-use, teacher-tested plans for applying the Sport Education model to sport, fitness, dance, and adventure activities - Season plans that help teachers and students prepare for a season of games and activities and that involve students taking responsibility for portions of the plans - A CD-ROM that allows teachers to print all the charts, forms, assessments, handouts, and other materials - Selected material on the CD-ROM in both English and Spanish Teachers will learn how to select activities, organize teams, decide which student roles to use, modify activities, design competition formats, and finally, use all this information to design Sport Education seasons. The text includes a detailed plan for building class-management routines that are necessary for implementing the Sport Education model and a comprehensive behavior-development system based on the concept of fair play. The book also devotes chapters to creating a festive environment for Sport Education, integrating other subjects into the model, and extending student participation outside of class time. Finally, the book includes detailed information on assessment to help teachers build in the accountability and positive outcomes that will ensure the program's continued success.Complete Guide to Sport Educationcontains everything teachers need to know about Sport Education, providing practical, immediately useful, and effective material to make the sport experience positive and meaningful for all students.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
Introduction ix
How to Use the CD-ROM xi
The Sport Education Model
1(16)
Major Features of the Sport Education Model
3(4)
Sport Education Goals
7(1)
Sport Education Objectives
8(4)
Differences From Youth, Community, and Interscholastic Sport
12(2)
The Nature of Competition in Sport Education
14(1)
Getting Started in Sport Education
15(2)
Sport Education Curriculum and Instruction Strategies
17(18)
Sport Education Foundations
17(1)
How Sport Education Fits in With Current Educational Thought
18(1)
Organizing the Sport Education Curriculum
19(3)
Deciding Which Activities to Include
22(3)
Sport Education As Small Group Learning
25(1)
Key Instructional Features of Sport Education
26(2)
Helping Students Develop Games Sense
28(4)
Developing Knowledgeable Games Players
32(1)
Customizing Sport Education to Fit School Goals
33(2)
Defining Student Roles
35(14)
Primary Student Roles
35(4)
A Note on Refereeing
39(1)
Choosing Roles for a Season
40(3)
A Word on Statistics
43(1)
Creating Conditions for Successful Performance
44(2)
Including All Students
46(1)
Sports Board and Dispute Resolution Committee
46(3)
Selecting Teams and Coaches
49(10)
Team Size and Number of Teams
50(1)
Selecting Students to Teams
50(6)
Team Affiliation
56(1)
Team Portfolios
56(3)
Creating Modified Games
59(14)
Key Strategies for Modifying Games
60(4)
Modifying Individual Sports
64(2)
Modifying Dual Sports
66(1)
Modifying Team Sports
66(2)
Modifying Games Within Class
68(1)
Including Students With Disabilities
68(2)
Creating a Modified Sports, Games, and Activities Curriculum
70(3)
Designing Competition Formats
73(14)
Guiding Principles
73(2)
Progressive Competition Formats
75(2)
Event Model
77(2)
Dual-Meet Format
79(1)
Round-Robin Format
80(2)
Tournament Format
82(2)
Nonsport Competition Formats
84(1)
Culminating Events
85(2)
Class Management and Behavior Development
87(16)
Class Management Techniques and Tactics
88(5)
Developing Appropriate Behavior: Toward a Culture of Fair Play
93(7)
Creating and Sustaining Energy in Sport Education
100(1)
Supporting and Celebrating Management and Behavior Development
101(2)
Designing the Season to Accomplish Goals
103(14)
Local Considerations
103(1)
Defining Outcomes
104(1)
Key Features for Designing a Successful Season
105(2)
Preparing for the Season
107(1)
A Seventh to Ninth Grade Example
108(2)
Daily Schedule
110(2)
Sample Lessons
112(3)
A Note for First-Time Users
115(2)
Assessment
117(24)
Authentic Assessment
118(1)
Planning a Workable Assessment System
119(16)
League Scoring Systems
135(6)
Making Sport Education Festive
141(8)
Developing a Festive Daily Environment for Sport Education
142(2)
Developing Culminating Events
144(5)
Integrating Academic Goals With Sport Education and Extending Participation
149(14)
Using Sport Education Resources to Enhance Classroom Learning
150(2)
Applying Classroom Studies to the Sport Education Season
152(1)
Interdisciplinary Season Plans
153(4)
An Integrated Curriculum: The Olympic Curriculum
157(2)
Extending Participation Outside of Class
159(4)
References 163(4)
Index 167(4)
About the Authors 171


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