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This book provides prospective and in-service physical education teachers with important tools for teaching young people various sport activities using valuable cues that promote student success and enjoyment. Teaching Cues for Elementary and Middle School Fundamental Sport Skills provides in-service and prospective elementary and middle school teachers with a popular technique for helping students develop skills for all types of sports and activities popular among young people today. Teaching cues are used to simplify and enhance students' learning, and ultimately turn them on to physical activity. Whether verbal or visual in nature, teaching cues have been found to produce significant performance gains of skill development in young people. This book will serve as a valuable resource to students, instructors, and professionals who wish to create a positive learning environment that helps students walk away with a feeling of success. Teaching Cues helps teachers save valuable planning time and establish credibility with their students quickly. For physical education teachers at the elementary and middle school level.
SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION.
1. Teaching Physical Education Is Fun with the Right Tools.
SECTION 2: FUNDAMENTAL SPORTS SKILLS (GRADES K-3).
2. Locomotor Skills (Traveling).
3. Throwing, Catching, and Kicking (Stationary).
SECTION 3: ROPE JUMPING (GRADES K-8).
4. Learning the Ropes.
SECTION 4: FUNDAMENTAL SPORT SKILLS (GRADES 4-8).
5. Advanced Cues for Locomotor Skills.
6. Dynamic Stretching and Pillar Exercises.
7. Sprinting Drills.
8. Throwing, Catching, Kicking, and Striking.
SECTION 5: GRADES 4-8 SPORTS.
10. Floor Hockey.
12. Quad Ball.
13. Racquet Sports (Pickle Ball and Tennis).
15. Softball (Slow Pitch).
16. Track and Field.
17. Ultimate Frisbee.
SECTION 6: LIFETIME ACTIVITIES.
19. Cycling and BMX Riding.
20. In-Line Skating.
21. Recreational Running.
22. Swimming and Diving.
Posted October 25, 2008
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