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"This fully updated Third Edition includes new or expanded coverage of state standards that impact classroom teachers, wellness policies, gender equity, parental influence on children's activity, the ability of teachers to motivate children and promote physical activity and more. Also included are chapters on special topics such as integrating movement knowledge and practice into the classroom, planning for children with diverse and special needs, and using recess as quality movement time."--BOOK JACKET.
Vicki J. Worrell is an associate professor at Emporia State University in Kansas. Gloria Napper-Owen is an associate professor in Physical Education-Teacher Education and chair of the Department of Health, Exercise, and Sports Sciences at the University of New Mexico. Kathy Campbell is currently a faculty associate at Arizona State University. Susan K. Kover is a Professor of Physical Education and Dean of the Graduate School of Wichita State University.
Table of Contents
|What Is Physical Education?|
|Motor Development and Motor Learning for Children|
|Movement Components and Skills Development|
|Exercise Concepts and Fitness Education|
|Planning for Children with Diverse and Special Needs|
|Physical Education Curriculum|
|Managing and Teaching the Physical Education Lesson|
|Curriculum Integration in the Classroom|
|Motivating Children to Be Physically Active|
|Sociological Aspects of Children Moving|
|Creating a Physically Safe Movement Environment|
|Recess as Quality Movement Time Lesson Plans|
|Movement Forms: Basic Movement Skills, Basic Game Skills, and Rhythmic Movement Skills, Grades K-2|
|Movement Form: Cooperative Movement Skills, Grades 3-4|
|Movement Form: Basic Game Skills (Soccer and Frisbee), Grades 5-6|
|Movement Form: Fundamental Skills (Classroom Activities), Grades K-2|
|Activities for Motor Skill Development|
|Rubrics for Locomotor and Manipulative Skills|
|Recess Games and Activities|
|Lesson Plan Resource Materials|
|Content Included in Each Movement Form|
|Activity Listings by Grade Level, Movement Form, and Integration Area|
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