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Teaching Cues for Sport Skills,9780205327522

Teaching Cues for Sport Skills

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780205327522

ISBN10:
0205327524
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2001
Publisher(s):
Benjamin Cummings
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Summary

A unique, user-friendly, and exciting text designed to provide physical education teachers and coaches with both visual and verbal teaching cues for a wide variety of sports. In addition to the teaching cues provided for each sport, readers are given alternate teaching cues and common errors. Each chapter includes a brief introduction to the sport, skills listed with cues, teaching tips, equipment tips, innovative teaching ideas, and precise analytic illustrations. This book will serve as an invaluable resource to both students and professionals who wish to choose and refine their collection of teaching cues.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Sport Consultants xi
What Are Teaching Cues?
1(10)
What Are the Benefits of Using Teaching Cues?
1(1)
Cues Used in Conjunction with a Demonstration
2(1)
Rules to Follow When Using Cues
3(1)
Cues Help Instructors Analyze a Skill
3(1)
Guidelines for Incorporation of Cues
3(1)
Using Cues to Strengthen Correct Performance
4(1)
Instructors Correct Errors in Technique by Using Cues
4(1)
Students/Peers Correct Errors in Technique by Using Cues
4(1)
Cues Need to Be Given in a Supportive Climate
5(1)
Using Cues to Motivate Students to Develop and Refine Skills
6(1)
A Successful Teaching Model
6(1)
Guidelines to Cue Making
7(1)
Using Cues to Evaluate Student Performances for Grading
8(1)
Conclusion
8(3)
Aerobic Kickboxing
11(8)
Archery
19(6)
Badminton
25(10)
Baseball
35(10)
Basketball
45(22)
Bowling
67(10)
Cycling---Mountain Biking
77(10)
Cycling---Road Biking
87(10)
Field Hockey
97(8)
Flag Football
105(12)
Floor Hockey
117(4)
Golf
121(14)
In-Line Skating
135(6)
Lacrosse
141(10)
Pickle-Ball
151(10)
Racquetball
161(10)
Recreational Running
171(10)
Soccer
181(12)
Softball, Fast-Pitch and Slow-Pitch
193(14)
Strength Training
207(8)
Swimming
215(16)
Team Handball
231(14)
Tennis
245(14)
Track and Field Events
259(18)
Tumbling
277(10)
Ultimate Frisbee
287(8)
Volleyball
295(12)
References 307(2)
Index 309


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