Instructional Models for Physical Education / Edition 2

Instructional Models for Physical Education / Edition 2

by Michael W. Metzler
     
 

ISBN-10: 1890871583

ISBN-13: 9781890871581

Pub. Date: 08/28/2004

Publisher: Holcomb Hathaway Publishers

This book introduces Models-Based Instruction for physical education. It presents effective teaching models such as Cooperative Learning, Personalized Systems of Instruction (PSI), and Direct Instruction clearly and articulately. It also covers models that have been specifically developed for teaching PE, such as Sport Education and Tactical Games.

Overview

This book introduces Models-Based Instruction for physical education. It presents effective teaching models such as Cooperative Learning, Personalized Systems of Instruction (PSI), and Direct Instruction clearly and articulately. It also covers models that have been specifically developed for teaching PE, such as Sport Education and Tactical Games. This book brings together in one text a number of teaching models that have appeared in isolated books and journals. By presenting a Models-Based perspective, Instructional Models for Physical Education will help PE teachers learn, select, and practice these comprehensive patterns of teaching. An instructional model is a unique plan of action, designed to facilitate certain learning outcomes for students. Each model establishes its own pattern of decision making, classroom operations, and responsibilities for the teacher and students. After each model is explained, it is followed with examples of lesson plans and suggestions for adapting the model to various teaching contexts with appropriate learning activities. For anyone interested in teaching methods for physical education.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781890871581
Publisher:
Holcomb Hathaway Publishers
Publication date:
08/28/2004
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
494
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Most chapters include “Overview,” “Suggested Readings,” “Learning Activities,” and “Chapter Summary.”

Foreword by Dr. Lawrence F. Locke, Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

I. FOUNDATIONS FOR MODEL-BASED INSTRUCTION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION.

1. Contemporary Physical Education Programs and Instruction.
The Evolution of Goals for U.S. Physical Education.
The Evolution of Program Content in U.S. Physical Education.
The Evolution of Instruction in Physical Education: From Methods to Models.
No “One Best Way” to Teach.
Instructional Models: Tools for Teaching and Learning.
Model-Based Instruction for Physical Education.
The Need for Multiple Models in Physical Education.
Overview of This Book.

2. Knowledge Areas for Models-Based Instruction in Physical Education.
Shulman's Knowledge Base for Teaching.
A Proposed Knowledge Base for Physical Education Instructional Models.
Developing Expert Physical Education Teachers.

3. Model-Based Strategies for Teaching Physical Education.
Managerial Strategies.
Instructional Strategies.

4. Effective Teaching Skill Areas for Model-Based Instruction.
Planning for Instruction.
Time and Classroom Management.
Task Presentation and Task Structure.
Communication.
Instructional Information.
Use of Questions.
Lesson Review and Closure.

5. Planning for Effective Instruction in Physical Education.
Why Plan?
Guidelines for Planning.
Planning as a Blueprint for Action.
Unit Planning.
Lesson Planning.
The Unwritten Parts of a Lesson Plan — Being Completely Prepared.
Lesson Planning as Question-Asking.
A Generic Lesson Plan Template for Physical Education.

6. Components and Dimensions of Instructional Models.
Instructional Models as Blueprints for Teaching.
Advantages of Using Model-Based Instruction in Physical Education.
Components and Dimensions of Instructional Models for Physical Education.
Component 1: Foundations.
Component 2: Teaching and Learning Features.
Component 3: Teacher Expertise and Contextual Needs.
Component 4: Verification of Instructional Processes.
Component 5: Assessment of Learning.
Component 6: Contextual Modifications.
Selecting an Instructional Model.

II. SEVEN INSTRUCTIONAL MODELS FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION.

7. Direct Instruction.
Overview.
Foundations of the Direct Instruction Model.
Teaching and Learning Features.
Teacher Expertise and Contextual Needs.
Teaching and Learning Benchmarks for Direct Instruction.
Assessing Learning in Direct Instruction.
Selecting and Modifying Direct Instruction for Physical Education.
A Sample Unit and Lesson for Direct Instruction.

8. Personalized System for Instruction.
Foundations of the PSI for Physical Education.
Teaching and Learning Features.
Teacher Expertise and Contextual Needs.
Teaching and Learning Benchmarks for PSI.
Assessing Learning in PSI.
Selecting and Modifying PSI for Physical Education.
A Sample Student Workbook for PSI.
A Sample PSI Course Sequence.

9. Cooperative Learning.
Overview.
Foundations of the Cooperative Learning Model for Physical Education.
Teaching and Learning Features.
Teacher Expertise and Contextual Needs.
Teaching and Learning Benchmarks for Cooperative Learning.
Assessing Learning in the Cooperative Learning Model.
Selecting and Modifying Cooperative Learning for Physical Education.
Sample Unit and Lesson Plan for Cooperative Learning.

10. The Sport Education Model.
Overview.
Foundations of Sport Education for Physical Education.
Teaching and Learning Features.
Teacher Expertise and Contextual Needs.
Teaching and Learning Benchmarks for Sport Education.
Assessing Learning in Sport Education.
Selecting and Modifying Sport Education for Physical Education.
A Sample Unit (Season) Plan for Sport Education.

11. Peer Teaching Model.
Overview.
Foundations of the Peer Teaching Model in Physical Education.
Teaching and Learning Features.
Teacher Expertise and Contextual Needs.
Teaching and Learning Benchmarks for Peer Teaching.
Assessing Learning in Peer Teaching.
Selecting and Modifying Peer Teaching for Physical Education.
A Sample Unit Plan for Peer Teaching.

12. Inquiry Teaching.
Overview.
Foundations of the Inquiry Teaching Model.
Teaching and Learning Features.
Teacher Expertise and Contextual Needs.
Teaching and Learning Benchmarks for the Inquiry Model.
Assessing Learning in the Inquiry Model.
Selecting and Modifying Inquiry Model for Physical Education.
Sample Unit and Lesson Plan for Inquiry Teaching.

13. The Tactical Games Model.
Overview.
Foundations of the Tactical Games Model for Physical Education.
Teaching and Learning Features.
Teacher Expertise and Contextual Needs.
Teaching and Learning Benchmarks for the Tactical Games Model.
Assessing Learning in the Tactical Games Model.
Selecting and Modifying the Tactical Games Model for Physical Education.
Sample Unit and Lesson Plan for Tactical Games Model.

References.

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