Teaching children and adolescents physical education. George Graham, PhD, Pinehurst, NC, Eloise Elliott, PhD, West Virginia University, Steve Palmer, PhD, Northern Arizona University.Material type: TextPublisher: Champaign. IL. : Human Kinetics, Edition: Fourth EditionDescription: xvii, 261 pages ; 28 cmSubject(s): Physical education teachers -- Training of -- United States | Physical education for children -- Study and teaching -- United StatesDDC classification: 613.7/042 LOC classification: GV 363 | .G760 2016
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Previously published: Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, 2008, under title Teaching children physical education.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Successful teaching -- Creating a positive learning environment -- Long-Term Planning -- Writing the Lesson Plan -- Teaching From the Lesson Plan -- Getting the lesson started -- Instructing and demonstrating -- Motivating students to practice -- Providing Feedback -- Minimizing Off-Task Behavior and discipline problems -- Building Critical Thinking Skills -- Building positive feelings -- Assessing and reporting student progress -- Continuing to develop as a teacher.