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Dynamic Physical Education for Secondary School Students

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Edition:
5th
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9780805378825

ISBN10:
0805378820
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2006
Publisher(s):
Benjamin Cummings
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Summary

Dynamic Physical Education for Secondary School Studentsprovides secondary school physical education pre-service teachers everything they need to know to create an exciting and thoughtful PE program for their students. Using accessible, easy-to-read language, authors Paul Darst and Robert Pangrazi cover foundation teaching elements as well as the latest issues in physical education. A focus on important issues facing today's PE teachers covers such topics as obesity in youth and teaching culturally diverse students. Up-to-date, cutting edge research, recommended reading, and a variety of study tools throughout the text make this book a comprehensive resource for teachers of physical education.Physical Education in Secondary School, The Impact of Physical Activity on Adolescents, Developing a Curriculum, Curriculum Models, Planning for Effective Instruction, Improving Instructional Effectiveness, Effective Management of Students, Teaching Styles, Improving Instruction Systematically, Evaluation and Grading, Students with Disabilities, Liability and Safety, Intramurals, Sport Clubs, and Athletics, Introductory Activities, Using Pedometers to Promote Physical Activity and Combat Obesity, Physical Fitness, Health for Life: Activities for Instruction, Mini-Units of Instruction, Team Sports, Lifestyle Sports and Activities, Outdoor Adventure ActivitiesFor all readers interested in teaching secondary physical education.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
SECTION 1 JUSTIFYING A PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
Physical Education in the Secondary School
3(24)
Chapter Summary
3(1)
Student Outcomes
3(2)
What Is Physical Education?
5(1)
Physical Education Content Standards
6(5)
Perspectives Influencing Physical Education
11(2)
Issues Affecting Physical Education Programs
13(4)
Essential Components of a Quality Program
17(2)
Characteristics of Successful Physical Education Programs
19(8)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
23(1)
References and Suggested Readings
24(1)
Web Sites
25(2)
The Impact of Physical Activity on Adolescents
27(20)
Chapter Summary
27(1)
Student Outcomes
27(3)
Growth and Development of Adolescents
30(7)
The Impact of Activity on Health
37(2)
Physical Education Dropouts
39(1)
Academic Achievement and Physical Education
40(1)
Long-Term Effect of Physical Activity
40(1)
Safety and Physical Activity
40(7)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
42(1)
References and Suggested Readings
43(2)
Web Sites
45(2)
SECTION 2 DESIGNING A PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
Developing a Curriculum
47(24)
Chapter Summary
47(1)
Student Outcomes
47(1)
Designing a Quality Curriculum
48(16)
An Articulated Curriculum: Grades K--12
64(7)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
69(1)
References and Suggested Readings
69(1)
Web Sites
69(2)
Curriculum Models
71(32)
Chapter Summary
71(1)
Student Outcomes
71(1)
Promoting Physical Activity/Skill Development Model
72(12)
Sports Education Model
84(4)
Knowledge Concepts Model
88(1)
Fitness Education Model
88(7)
Personal and Social Responsibility Model
95(8)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
100(1)
References and Suggested Readings
100(1)
Web Sites
101(2)
SECTION 3 TEACHING A PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
Planning for Effective Instruction
103(28)
Chapter Summary
103(1)
Student Outcomes
103(1)
Develop Departmental Policies
104(8)
Consider Pre-Instructional Decisions
112(4)
Teach Each Student as a Whole Person
116(2)
Plan for Optimal Skill Learning
118(4)
Design Comprehensive Unit Plans
122(2)
Create Quality Lesson Plans
124(2)
Reflect on the Completed Lesson
126(5)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
128(1)
References and Suggested Readings
128(1)
Web Sites
129(2)
Improving Instructional Effectiveness
131(16)
Chapter Summary
131(1)
Student Outcomes
131(1)
Maintain Student Interest
132(2)
Develop Effective Listening Skills
134(1)
Communicate Effectively with Your Class
135(1)
Demonstrate a Caring Attitude Toward Students
136(1)
Use Nonverbal Communication
137(1)
Demonstrate and Model Skills
138(1)
Facilitate Learning with Instructional Cues
139(1)
Use Effective Instructional Feedback
140(2)
Consider the Personal Needs of Students
142(5)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
144(1)
References and Suggested Readings
144(1)
Web Sites
145(2)
Management and Discipline
147(28)
Chapter Summary
147(1)
Student Outcomes
147(1)
Strive for a Well-Managed Class
148(1)
Use Effective Class Organization Strategies
148(5)
Teach Responsible Student Behavior
153(3)
Implement a Proactive Behavior Management Approach
156(4)
Maintain and Promote Acceptable Behavior
160(4)
Decrease Unacceptable Behavior
164(5)
Deal with Severe Misbehavior
169(1)
Use Criticism Cautiously
170(1)
Make Punishment a Last Resort
171(1)
Know the Legal Considerations of Expulsion
171(4)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
172(1)
References and Suggested Readings
172(1)
Web Sites
173(2)
Teaching Styles
175(22)
Chapter Summary
175(1)
Student Outcomes
176(1)
Direct Style
177(1)
Task (Station) Style
177(1)
Mastery Learning (Outcomes-Based) Style
178(6)
Individualized Style
184(3)
Cooperative Learning Style
187(1)
Inquiry Style
188(4)
Teaching Styles and Student Learning
192(1)
Dynamic Instruction: Elements Common to All Styles
193(4)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
194(1)
References and Suggested Readings
194(1)
Web Sites
195(2)
Improving Instruction Systematically
197(54)
Chapter Summary
197(1)
Student Outcomes
197(1)
Defining Effective Instruction
198(1)
Improving Teaching Skills
198(1)
Explaining the Need for Goals and Feedback
199(1)
Explaining the Need for Systematic Evaluation
199(1)
Evaluating Effective Teaching
199(2)
Introducing Methods for Systematically Observing Instruction
201(1)
Systematically Observing for Self-Improvement
202(1)
Improving the Quality of Instruction
202(8)
Using Combination Systems for Observing Teachers and Students
210(10)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
217(1)
References and Suggested Readings
217(1)
Web Sites
217(2)
Assessment, Evaluation, and Grading
Chapter Summary
219(1)
Student Outcomes
219(1)
Assessment of Student Performance
220(1)
Objective Assessment of Physical Skills
220(5)
Assessment of Performance Outcomes
225(9)
Assessment of Knowledge
234(5)
Assessment of Attitudes and Values
239(3)
Evaluation of Student Performance
242(1)
To Grade or Not To Grade?
243(1)
Grading-Differing Viewpoints
244(7)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
247(1)
References and Suggested Readings
248(1)
Web Sites
249(2)
SECTION 4 DEVELOPING A TOTAL PROGRAM
Students With Disabilities
251(20)
Chapter Summary
251(1)
Student Outcomes
251(1)
Least-Restrictive Environment
252(1)
Mainstreaming
253(1)
Screening and Assessment
254(1)
Development of the IEP
255(3)
A Systematic Approach to Successful Mainstreaming
258(4)
Fitness and Posture for Students with Disabilities
262(1)
Specific Types of Disabilities
262(5)
Use of Computers
267(1)
Parental Support
267(1)
Recruiting and Training of Aides
267(4)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
267(1)
References and Suggested Readings
268(1)
Web Sites
269(2)
Liability and Safety
271(16)
Chapter Summary
271(1)
Student Outcomes
272(1)
Torts
273(1)
Negligence and Liability
273(2)
Areas of Responsibility
275(3)
Equipment and Facilities
278(1)
Sports Programs
279(1)
Safety
280(3)
Personal Protection: Minimizing the Effects of a Lawsuit
283(4)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
285(1)
References and Suggested Readings
285(1)
Web Sites
285(2)
Intramurals, Sport Clubs, and Athletics: Furthering the Opportunity for Physical Activity
287(16)
Chapter Summary
287(1)
Student Outcomes
288(1)
Intramurals
289(6)
Sport Clubs
295(2)
Interscholastic Athletics
297(6)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
300(1)
References and Suggested Readings
301(1)
Web Sites
301(2)
SECTION 5 IMPLEMENTING INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES
Introductory Activities
303(14)
Chapter Summary
303(1)
Student Outcomes
303(1)
Agility Activities
304(4)
Sport Movement Challenges
308(1)
Individual Activities
309(1)
Partner and Small-Group Activities
310(7)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
315(1)
Web Sites
315(2)
Promoting and Monitoring Lifestyle Physical Activity
317(16)
Chapter Summary
317(1)
Student Outcomes
318(1)
Physical Activity for Adolescents
319(1)
The Physical Activity Pyramid
320(2)
Pedometers and Physical Activity
322(5)
Walking: The ``Real'' Lifetime Activity
327(6)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
330(1)
References and Suggested Readings
331(1)
Web Sites
331(2)
Physical Fitness
333(34)
Chapter Summary
333(1)
Student Outcomes
334(1)
The Fitness of America's Youth
334(2)
Health-Related and Skill-Related Physical Fitness
336(2)
Creation of a Positive Fitness Experience
338(2)
Exercises for Developing Balanced Fitness Routines
340(1)
Avoidance of Harmful Practices and Exercises
341(5)
Activities and Routines for Developing Fitness
346(11)
Health Club Workouts
357(10)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
364(1)
References and Suggested Readings
364(1)
Web Sites
365(2)
Healthy Lifestyles: Activities for Instruction
367(22)
Chapter Summary
367(1)
Student Outcomes
368(1)
Integrate Health Concepts into Instruction
369(1)
Develop Awareness and Decision-Making Skills
369(2)
Lead Discussion Sessions Effectively
371(1)
Understand Major Systems of the Body
372(6)
Avoid Roadblocks to a Healthy Lifestyle
378(7)
Teach Health Maintenance Behaviors
385(4)
Study Stimulators and Review Questions
387(1)
References and Suggested Readings
387(1)
Web Sites
387(2)
Promoting Cooperation and Inclusion: Nontraditional Units of Instruction
389(20)
Individual, Partner, and Small-Group Units of Instruction
389(13)
Novel Team Games and Activities
402(3)
Recreational Activities
405(1)
Relays
405(1)
Cooperative Activities
406(3)
References and Suggested Readings
407(1)
Web Sites
407(2)
Sports
409(50)
Archery
409(3)
Badminton
412(6)
Basketball
418(5)
Field Hockey
423(4)
Flag Football
427(4)
Gymnastics
431(1)
Lacrosse
431(4)
Soccer
435(6)
Softball
441(6)
Speed-a-Way
447(1)
Team Handball
448(3)
Track and Field
451(1)
Volleyball
452(7)
References and Suggested Readings
455(2)
Web Sites
457(2)
Lifestyle Activities
459(40)
Aquatics
459(1)
Bowling
460(3)
Frisbee
463(6)
Golf
469(5)
Jogging
474(2)
Racquetball
476(4)
Rhythmic Activity
480(1)
Rope Jumping
480(4)
Strength Training
484(5)
Tennis
489(10)
References and Suggested Readings
496(1)
Web Sites
497(2)
Outdoor Adventure Activities
499(16)
Ropes Course Activities
499(4)
Group Initiative Activities
503(4)
Orienteering
507(8)
References and Suggested Readings
514(1)
Web Sites
514(1)
Index 515


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