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PE 348 Wk 4 Notes

by: Shelby Frensemeier

PE 348 Wk 4 Notes PE 348

Shelby Frensemeier
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These notes cover PE curriculum problems, suggestions, etc.
Teaching Physical Education in Elementary Schools
Walter Dininger
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Shelby Frensemeier on Friday September 16, 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 9 views. For similar materials see Teaching Physical Education in Elementary Schools in Physical Education at Indiana State University.


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Date Created: 09/16/16
PE 348 Wk 4 Ch. 4 Planning an Effective Curriculum  Requires: o Potential to learn o Structuring an environment o Including child interests, background, and ability  Curriculum o Defined: courses of learning and experiences offered to students, a broad general plan that meets the developmental needs, a yearly guide  Hidden Problems o Teachers favor athletes  Message: there is an order among students  Alternative: track to make sure students have an equal opportunity to assume leadership roles and demonstrate skills o Gender  Teachers assume that female students are less skilled than male students  Differences are more likely due to less practice opportunities, exposure to instruction, or societal expectations  Key note: prior to puberty the motor ability of boys and girls is similar o Race, Ethnicity, Culture  Teachers encounter students whose first language is not English  Need to be aware of and respect cultural norms  Celebrate differences  Strategies: pair non-English speakers with multilingual students, use pictures o Socioeconomic Status  Not all children can afford equipment, encourage them to create activities with everyday items  Introduce activities for all  Strategies: consistently emphasize that students don’t need the best equipment to enjoy activity o Size  Overweight students can be vulnerable  Create a culture where teasing and bullying are not allowed  Strategies: do not assume that a student is not working hard if they are walking and not running  Hidden Problems (cont) o Special Needs  Least restrictive environment  Key point: no single modification is suitable for every special need  Strategies: modify the activity, understand there is a wide variety of conditions, be creative when planning a lesson, read teacher journals and attend conferences  Achieving the curriculum o Inclusivity o Tolerance o Treat students equally


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