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This practical and accessible workbook is designed to support physical education student teachers as they develop their basic teaching skills, and increase their broader knowledge and understanding for teaching physical education. A Practical Guide to Teaching Physical Education in the Secondary School provides a wealth of practical activities and materials, underpinned by relevant evidence/theory, designed to support student physical education teachers' learning: case studies, examples of pupils' work, examples of existing good practice and a range of tried and tested strategies will support student teachers in their development an annotated reference and resources section will give advice about selection of resources on the web and elsewhere photocopiable resources and training materials, also available to download from the Routledge website, offer easy assistance in lesson planning and preparation This fully revised and updated new edition contains new chapters on reflective teaching, developing your own curriculum, the use of ICT, PE in cross-curricular learning, applying learning theories to your teaching, and behaviour, and is updated throughout with the most recent research and developments. The book will complement Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience, 3rd edition (edited by Susan Capel and Margaret Whitehead), and can be used to reinforce some of the basic teaching skills covered in that textbook. However, the book can also be used equally successfully on its own, and will be particularly useful for NQTs and students taking school-based training routes.