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Teaching Cues for Sports Skills,9780205186105

Teaching Cues for Sports Skills

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780205186105

ISBN10:
0205186106
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/1997
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
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Summary

Designed for courses in Skill Analysis of Sport, Secondary Physical Education, Coaching, Teaching Methods, and Biomechanics of Sport. This valuable resource provides verbal teaching cues, alternate teaching cues, and points out common errors in a variety of sports. Experts in each sport have provided teaching tips designed to help students and professionals teach skills and drills. Cluster sell with Pangrazi/Darst and Schmottlach.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Sport Consultantsp. xi
What Are Teaching Cues?p. 1
What Are the Benefits of Using Teaching Cues?p. 1
Cues Used in Conjunction with a Demonstrationp. 2
Rules to Follow When Using Cuesp. 3
Cues Help Instructors Analyze a Skillp. 3
Guidelines for Incorporation of Cuesp. 3
Using Cues to Strengthen Correct Performancep. 4
Instructors Correct Errors in Technique by Using Cuesp. 4
Students/Peers Correct Errors in Technique by Using Cuesp. 4
Cues Need to Be Given in a Supportive Climatep. 5
Using Cues to Motivate Students to Develop and Refine Skillsp. 6
A Successful Teaching Modelp. 6
Guidelines to Cue Makingp. 7
Using Cues to Evaluate Student Performances for Gradingp. 8
Conclusionp. 8
Aerobic Kickboxingp. 11
Archeryp. 19
Badmintonp. 25
Baseballp. 35
Basketballp. 45
Bowlingp. 67
Cycling--Mountain Bikingp. 77
Cycling--Road Bikingp. 87
Field Hockeyp. 97
Flag Footballp. 105
Floor Hockeyp. 117
Golfp. 121
In-Line Skatingp. 135
Lacrossep. 141
Pickle-Ballp. 151
Racquetballp. 161
Recreational Runningp. 171
Soccerp. 181
Softball, Fast-Pitch and Slow-Pitchp. 193
Strength Trainingp. 207
Swimmingp. 215
Team Handballp. 231
Tennisp. 245
Track and Field Eventsp. 259
Tumblingp. 277
Ultimate Frisbeep. 287
Volleyballp. 295
Referencesp. 307
Indexp. 309
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