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Publication Date: 2003
Graham, George, Holt-Hale, Shirley Ann, Parker, Melissa
PART I. INTRODUCTION AND CONTENT OVERVIEW 1. The Value and Purpose of Physical Education for Children 2. The Skill Theme Approach 3. Skill Themes, Movement Concepts, and the National Standards 4. Physical Fitness and Wellness for Children 5. Reflective Teaching 6. Teaching Children with Special Needs PART II. TEACHING SKILLS 7. Determining Generic Levels of Skill Proficiency 8. Planning 9. Establishing an Environment for Learning 10. Maintaining Appropriate Behavior 11. Observation Techniques 12. Developing the Content 13. Instructional Approaches 14. Assessing Student Learning 15. Understanding Your Teaching PART III. MOVEMENT CONCEPTS DEFINED 16. Space Awareness 17. Effort 18. Relationships PART IV. SKILL THEME DEVELOPMENT 19. Traveling 20. Chasing, Fleeing, and Dodging 21. Jumping and Landing 22. Balancing 23. Transferring Weight and Rolling 24. Kicking and Punting 25. Throwing and Catching 26. Volleying and Dribbling 27. Striking with Rackets and Paddles 28. Striking with Long-Handled Implements PART V. MOVEMENT CONCEPTS AND SKILL THEMES IN THE CONTENT AREAS 29. The Skill Theme Approach in Dance 30. The Skill Theme Approach in Gymnastics 31. The Skill Theme Approach in Games 32. Integrating the Skill Theme Approach Across the Curriculum PART VI. THE FUTURE 33. Building Support for Your Program 34. Physical Education for Tomorrow's Children Appendix IndexGraham, George is the author of 'Children Moving A Reflective Approach to Teaching Physical Education', published 2003 under ISBN 9780072556940 and ISBN 0072556943.
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