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Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education: Meeting the National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes

Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education: Meeting the National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes

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Wydawnictwo Human Kinetics Publishers
Data wydania 03/03/2017
Liczba stron 784
Forma publikacji książka w miękkiej oprawie, dzieło wielotomowe
Liczba tomów 1
Poziom zaawansowania Dla profesjonalistów, specjalistów i badaczy naukowych
ISBN 9781492513902
Kategorie Uczenie poszczególnych przedmiotów, Edukacja: fizyczna (włączając taniec)
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Opis książki

As a physical education teacher, you are ideally positioned to help students become physically literate individuals-that is, to gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to enjoy a lifetime of healthful physical activity. And Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education will empower you to do just that. Through this text, you can develop and implement lesson plans that will help your students attain the outcomes detailed in SHAPE America's National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education. Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education provides lesson plans from experienced middle school physical educators that * will help middle school students meet SHAPE America's National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes; * provide progressive practice tasks and integrate appropriate physical education assessments to evaluate and monitor student progress; * make the best use of technology in your physical education classes; * include handout materials, homework tasks, lists of needed materials and equipment, questions for student understanding, and reflection questions to ask yourself; and * offer guidance on best instructional practices for involving and engaging all students. The plans offer instructional strategies and pointers on issues such as teaching for transfer, using grid and small games, differentiating instruction for varying ability levels, and integrating conceptual material. You can use the lessons as they are or modify them to meet your needs. Ultimately, these lessons provide a structure for developing your own learning activities and curriculum. Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education is organized into two parts. Part I addresses important factors in planning for student success, including an introductory chapter that helps you consider the issues that influence student learning and understand the instructional environment and the scope and sequence for K-12 physical education. The other two chapters in this part guide you in planning lessons and modules based on outcomes and on meeting the National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes. You also learn about the developmental characteristics of middle school students. Part II supplies lesson plans (arranged in modules of eight lessons each) that are based on the Grade-Level Outcomes, offering you a step-by-step guide for building students' skills and knowledge in these areas: * Dance and rhythms * Invasion games * Net and wall games * Fielding and striking and target games * Outdoor pursuits * Individual-performance activities * Physical activity participation outside of school * Personal fitness and fitness program design In addition, the book comes with a web resource that includes all of the lesson plans in PDF format for easy printing and for easy access from a tablet or computer. Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education is brought to you by SHAPE America, which created the National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education and is the only national professional organization for health and physical educators. Among the book's editors are two of the principal writers of SHAPE America's National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education. Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education brings those standards and outcomes into your classroom as concrete lesson objectives and planning tools.

Lesson Planning for Middle School Physical Education: Meeting the National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes

Spis treści

Part I Planning for Student Success in the Middle Grades

Chapter 1. The Importance of Teaching for Student Learning in the Middle Grades

Lynn Couturier MacDonald, Robert J. Doan, and Stevie Chepko

Factors Influencing Student Learning

The Instructional Environment

How the Grade-Level Outcomes Are Coded

Understanding the Scope and Sequence for K-12 Physical Education

Chapter 2. Teaching to Standards: Planning Middle School Lessons Using the Outcomes

Lynn Couturier MacDonald, Stevie Chepko, and Robert J. Doan

Planning for the Module

Planning for Individual Lessons

Setting Up the Lesson

Optimizing Learning Through Embedded Outcomes

Summary

Chapter 3. Meeting the National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes in Middle School

Lynn Couturier MacDonald, Robert J. Doan, and Stevie Chepko

Developmental Characteristics of Middle School Students

Structure of the Grade-Level Outcomes

Grade-Level Outcomes for Middle School (Grades 6-8)

Operational Definitions of Activity Categories

Part II Lesson Plans for Middle School Physical Education

Chapter 4. Applying Students' Skills and Knowledge to Dance and Rhythms

Robyn Davis and Colleen Buchanan

Social Dance

Folk Dance

Chapter 5. Applying Students' Skills and Knowledge to Invasion Games

Brad Rettig

Team Handball

Ultimate

Soccer

Chapter 6. Applying Students' Skills and Knowledge to Net and Wall Games

Robert J. Doan and Brad Rettig

Volleyball

Pickleball

Badminton

Chapter 7. Applying Students' Skills and Knowledge to Fielding and Striking Games and Target Games

JoEllen Bailey, Aaron Hart, and Evelyn Gordon

Wiffle Ball

Disc Golf

Recreational Target Games

Chapter 8. Applying Students' Skills and Knowledge to Outdoor Pursuits

Erin Curran

Geocaching and Orienteering

Hiking and Backpacking

Adventure Activities

Chapter 9. Applying Students' Skills and Knowledge to Individual-Performance Activities

Lori Secrist, Matt Bristol, and Brad Rettig

In-Line Skating

Mountain Biking

Track and Field

Chapter 10. Applying Students' Skills and Knowledge to Physical Activity Participation

John Kruse

Physical Activity Participation for Grade 6

Physical Activity Participation for Grade 8

Chapter 11. Applying Students' Skills and Knowledge to Program Design and Fitness Assessment

John Kruse

Fitness Through 5K Program Design for Grade 6

Physical Activity and Fitness Program Design for Grade 7

Monitoring Physical Activity With Technology for Grade 8

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