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Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children,9780805379082

Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children

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Edition:
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9780805379082

ISBN10:
0805379088
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2010
Publisher(s):
Benjamin Cummings
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Summary

Used by more than half a million students, the best-selling Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children offers the next generation of physical education teachers the best information on step-by-step techniques for teaching physical education. The newest edition of this market-leading text has been thoroughly updated and expanded to address current hot topics affecting physical education instructors, such as how to integrate academic subjects like math and spelling into the P.E. program, how to monitor and promote activity outside of school, and how to develop and assess affective skills.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
PART I Instruction and Program Implementation
1(2)
SECTION 1 Understanding the Need for Physical Education
3(36)
Elementary School Physical Education
4(20)
What Is Physical Education?
5(1)
The Evolution of Elementary School Physical Education
5(5)
The Current Status of Physical Education in the United States
10(1)
The Need for Physical Education Programs
10(1)
The Content of Physical Education
11(1)
NASPE Content Standards for Physical Education
12(7)
Essential Components of a Quality Physical Education Program
19(2)
Reflection and Review Questions
21(1)
For More Information
21(3)
Teaching Children in the Physical Education Environment
24(15)
The Growing Child
25(6)
Teaching Specialized Motor Skills
31(2)
Guidelines for Exercising Children Safely
33(3)
Reflection and Review Questions
36(1)
For More Information
37(2)
SECTION 2 The Instructional Process
39(104)
Preparing a Quality Lesson
40(26)
Choose from a Variety of Teaching Styles
41(8)
Optimize Skill Learning
49(4)
Integrate Mechanical Principles into Instruction
53(2)
Consider the Learning Environment
55(2)
Choose an Instructional Formation
57(2)
Design a Lesson Plan Format
59(4)
Reflective Teaching
63(1)
Reflection and Review Questions
63(2)
For More Information
65(1)
Curriculum Development
66(15)
Designing a Quality Curriculum
67(12)
Reflection and Review Questions
79(1)
For More Information
79(2)
Improving Instructional Effectiveness
81(18)
Characteristics of a Quality Lesson
82(1)
Incorporate Essential Elements of Instruction
83(6)
Provide Instructional Feedback
89(2)
Consider the Personal Needs of Students
91(5)
Employ Effective Communication Skills
96(1)
Reflection and Review Questions
97(1)
For More Information
98(1)
Management and Discipline
99(26)
Effective Management and Discipline: A Coordinated Approach
100(1)
Use Proper Teaching Behaviors
100(3)
Define Class Procedures, Rules, and Consequences
103(2)
Incorporate Efficient Management Skills
105(5)
Teach Acceptable Student Behavior
110(2)
Teacher-Directed Conflict Resolution
112(2)
Use Behavior Management to Increase Acceptable Behavior
114(2)
Decrease Unacceptable Behavior with Discipline
116(6)
Use Criticism Sparingly
122(1)
Make Punishment a Last Resort
122(1)
Expulsion: Legal Considerations
123(1)
Reflection and Review Questions
123(1)
For More Information
124(1)
Children with Disabilities
125(18)
Least Restrictive Environment
126(2)
Screening and Assessment
128(1)
Developing an Individualized Education Program
129(2)
A Systematic Approach to Successful Mainstreaming
131(5)
Posture
136(4)
Reflection and Review Questions
140(1)
For More Information
141(2)
SECTION 3 Program Implementation
143(92)
Evaluation
144(32)
Assessment and Evaluation
144(1)
Assessment of Student Performance
145(2)
Assessing Student Outcomes
147(5)
Grading
152(5)
Evaluating Institutional Outcomes
157(4)
Evaluating Instructional Effectiveness
161(10)
Evaluating Your Program
171(4)
Reflection and Review Questions
175(1)
For More Information
175(1)
Legal Liability, Supervision, and Safety
176(14)
Torts
177(1)
Negligence and Liability
177(1)
Types of Negligence
178(1)
Common Defenses Against Negligence
179(1)
Areas of Responsibility
180(3)
Equipment and Facilities
183(1)
The Sports Program
184(1)
Safety
184(3)
Personal Protection: Minimizing the Effects of a Lawsuit
187(2)
Reflection and Review Questions
189(1)
For More Information
189(1)
Facilities, Equipment, and Supplies
190(23)
Outdoor Facilities
191(1)
Safety on the Playground
191(1)
Outdoor Apparatus and Equipment
192(1)
Indoor Facilities
193(2)
Equipment and Supplies
195(1)
Purchasing Policies
195(1)
Indoor Equipment
196(3)
Equipment and Supplies for Physical Education
199(1)
Storage Plans
199(1)
Care, Repair, and Marking
200(1)
Constructing Equipment and Supplies
200(12)
Reflection and Review Questions
212(1)
For More Information
212(1)
Integrating Academic Concepts
213(22)
Integrating Academic Concepts into Physical Education
214(1)
Why Integrate Academic Concepts?
214(1)
Types of Integration
215(1)
How to Integrate Academic Content
216(1)
Academic Integration Activities
216(17)
Reflection and Review Questions
233(1)
For More Information
233(2)
PART II Teaching the Objectives of Physical Education
235(2)
SECTION 4 Personal Health Skills
237(72)
Promoting and Monitoring Physical Activity
238(17)
Physical Activity for Children
239(2)
The Physical Activity Pyramid
241(3)
Using Pedometers to Monitor Physical Activity
244(6)
Walking: The ``Real'' Lifetime Activity
250(3)
Reflection and Review Questions
253(1)
For More Information
254(1)
Physical Fitness
255(41)
Definitions of Physical Fitness
256(2)
Are Today's Children Fit?
258(2)
Fitness Testing Issues
260(1)
Create Positive Attitudes Toward Fitness
261(1)
Develop an Understanding of Physical Fitness Principles
262(1)
Avoid Harmful Practices and Exercises
263(1)
Implement a Yearlong Fitness Plan
264(1)
Implementing Fitness Routines
264(1)
Fitness Activities for Developmental Level I
265(6)
Fitness Activities for Developmental Levels II and III
271(22)
Reflection and Review Questions
293(1)
For More Information
294(2)
Active and Healthy Schools
296(13)
Components of an Active and Healthy School
298(8)
Getting Started
306(1)
Reflection and Review Questions
307(1)
For More Information
307(2)
SECTION 5 Motor Skills
309(104)
Movement Concepts and Themes
310(15)
Classification of Human Movement Concepts
312(1)
Teaching Movement Skills and Concepts
313(2)
Movement Skills and Concepts Lesson Plans
315(1)
Teaching Movement Themes
315(8)
For More Information
323(2)
Fundamental Motor Skills and Introductory Activities
325(23)
Fundamental Skills
326(1)
Locomotor Skills
326(6)
Nonlocomotor Skills
332(7)
Introductory Activities
339(7)
Games and Miscellaneous Activities
346(1)
For More Information
347(1)
Manipulative Skills
348(46)
Manipulative Skills
349(5)
Manipulative Skill Activities
354(1)
Activities with Balloons and Beach Balls
354(2)
Activities with Beanbags
356(2)
Activities with Balls
358(5)
Juggling
363(4)
Activities with Scoops and Balls
367(1)
Bowling Activities
367(2)
Activities with Wands
369(4)
Activities with Hoops
373(2)
Activities with Jump Ropes
375(1)
Pre-Rope Jumping Skills
375(2)
Long-Rope Jumping
377(3)
Double Dutch (Two-Rope) Jumping
380(2)
Individual Rope Jumping
382(6)
Footbag Activities
388(1)
Rhythmic Gymnastics
389(4)
For More Information
393(1)
Body Management Skills
394(19)
Safe and Effective Use of Apparatus
395(1)
Activities with Climbing Ropes
395(4)
Activities on Balance Beams
399(2)
Activities on Benches
401(3)
Activities with Jumping Boxes
404(2)
Activities with Individual Mats
406(1)
Activities with Magic Ropes
407(2)
Activities with Partner Tug-of-War Ropes
409(2)
Activities with Gym Scooters
411(1)
For More Information
411(2)
SECTION 6 Specialized Motor Skills
413(168)
Rhythmic Movement Skills
414(51)
Implementing the Rhythmic Movement Program
415(1)
Creative Rhythms
416(1)
Folk Dances
417(5)
Progression of Folk Dances
422(1)
Developmental Level I Dances
422(13)
Developmental Level II Dances
435(16)
Developmental Level III Dances
451(10)
Introductory Square Dance
461(3)
Culminating Events for the Rhythms Unit
464(1)
For More Information
464(1)
Gymnastic Skills
465(55)
Progression and Developmental Level Placement
466(1)
Instructional Methodology for Gymnastics
467(1)
Safety Considerations
468(1)
Instructional Procedures
469(5)
Developmental Level I Activities
474(13)
Developmental Level II Activities
487(17)
Developmental Level III Activities
504(15)
For More Information
519(1)
Cooperative Skills
520(17)
The Role of Cooperative Activities
520(1)
Teaching Cooperative Activities
521(1)
Group Challenges
522(8)
Activities with Parachutes
530(6)
For More Information
536(1)
Game Skills
537(44)
Evaluating Games
538(1)
Creating or Modifying Games
538(1)
Cooperation and Competition
539(1)
Safety
539(1)
Teaching Games Effectively
539(1)
Selection of Games
540(1)
Sport Lead-Up Games
540(5)
Developmental Level I
545(12)
Developmental Level II
557(11)
Developmental Level III
568(8)
Miscellaneous Playground Games
576(3)
For More Information
579(2)
SECTION 7 Lifetime Activities and Sport Skills
581(138)
Lifetime Activities
582(27)
Walking
583(4)
Orienteering
587(3)
Tennis
590(5)
Racquetball
595(4)
Badminton
599(4)
Frisbees
603(5)
For More Information
608(1)
Basketball
609(22)
Instructional Emphasis and Sequence
610(1)
Basketball Skills
611(4)
Instructional Procedures
615(1)
Basic Basketball Rules
615(1)
Basketball Drills
616(6)
Basketball Activities
622(7)
Basketball Skills Tests
629(1)
For More Information
630(1)
Football
631(14)
Instructional Emphasis and Sequence
632(1)
Football Skills
632(4)
Instructional Procedures
636(1)
Football Drills
636(2)
Football Activities
638(4)
Football Skill Tests
642(1)
Flag Football Formations
643(1)
For More Information
644(1)
Hockey
645(11)
Instructional Emphasis and Sequence
645(1)
Hockey Skills
646(3)
Instructional Procedures
649(1)
Hockey Drills
650(1)
Hockey Activities
651(3)
Hockey Skill Tests
654(1)
For More Information
655(1)
Soccer
656(20)
Modifications of Soccer for Children
656(1)
Instructional Emphasis and Sequence
657(1)
Soccer Skills
657(5)
Soccer Drills
662(4)
Basic Soccer Rules for Lead-Up Games
666(2)
Soccer Activities
668(6)
Soccer Skill Tests
674(1)
For More Information
675(1)
Softball
676(19)
Instructional Emphasis and Sequence
676(1)
Softball Skills
677(7)
Organizing for Instruction
684(1)
Basic Softball Rules
685(1)
Softball Drills
686(1)
Softball Activities
687(6)
Softball Skill Tests
693(1)
For More Information
694(1)
Track, Field, and Cross-Country Running
695(12)
Instructional Emphasis and Sequence
696(1)
Track and Field Skills
696(1)
Running
697(4)
Instructional Procedures
701(1)
Organizing for Instruction
701(1)
Track and Field Drills and Activities
702(1)
Suggested Track Facility
703(1)
Conducting Track and Field Days
703(2)
Cross-Country Running
705(1)
Cross-Country Meets
705(1)
For More Information
706(1)
Volleyball
707(12)
Instructional Emphasis and Sequence
708(1)
Volleyball Skills
709(2)
Instructional Procedures
711(1)
Organizing for Instruction
711(2)
Basic Volleyball Rules
713(1)
Volleyball Activities
714(3)
Volleyball Skill Tests
717(1)
For More Information
717(2)
Glossary 719(10)
General Index 729(14)
Activities Index 743(7)
Photo Credits 750


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