PE 348 Wk 2 Notes
PE 348 Wk 2 Notes PE 348
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Shelby Frensemeier on Friday September 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PE 348 at Indiana State University taught by Walter Dininger in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Teaching Physical Education in Elementary Schools in Physical Education at Indiana State University.
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Date Created: 09/02/16
PE 348 Wk 2 8/29 – 9/2 Ch. 2 Curriculum Planning Prior Experiences o Appropriate: adequate learning trials, exposure to interesting curriculum o Inappropriate: picking teams –wastes time, low skilled, promotes low selfesteem Relay races –incorrectly perform skills, slower/lowskilled students may be embarrassed Duck, Duck goose, musical chairs, elimination games Dodgeball –lowskilled, violent, negative feelings, little academic purpose Even teachers who are well intentioned sometimes design learning experiences that have negative outcomes. It is wise to think about the consequences before incorporating the activity into the curriculum. Identify potential resources o School PE specialist o Outside physical educators o Community experts: recreation directors, fitness specialists, outdoor adventure guides o Other teachers o Textbooks, journals, websites (pecentral.com) NASPE o 150 mins/week US Dept. of Health and Human Services o 60 mins of activity/day Why? o Health benefits o Improved academic performance How? o Focus on new skills o Create interdisciplinary lessons o Incorporate classroom movement breaks Curriculum o Broad and general plan o Yearly guide of goals and activities NASPE Standards (http://www.shapeamerica.org/standards/pe/) Developmental Stages o Stage 1: Beginner, little control, numerous mistakes o Stage 2: Intermediate, some skill acquired, consistency in invariant environments, practice needed o Stage 3: Advanced, not witnessed in lower grades, usually requires practice out side of class o Key points: Children can be at different stages for different activities, as grade level increases differences in skill level become more apparent, regression in skills may occur
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