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Teaching Primary Physical Education

Author : Julia Lawrence
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'Trainee teachers will welcome the concise and reader-friendly format this book offers. Julia Lawrence has taken great care to provide a balanced and relevant overview of the major topics trainee teachers often lack confidence in, when planning and delivering lessons. A particularly useful and welcome feature for trainee teachers is the book's companion website with helpful links to teaching resources. This book provides essential reading for all trainee primary teachers.' Nigel Clarke, Senior Lecturer in Physical Education, University of Cumbria. Physical Education is an important part of the primary curriculum and one that provides unique challenges for those involved with its teaching. Teaching Primary Physical Education provides a concise overview of the knowledge, skills and understanding required for the confident teaching of physical education in primary schools. This book offers a balanced and comprehensive overview of the subject, covering issues such as safe practice in PE, inclusion, subject leadership and cross-curricular approaches to physical education supported by an accessible theory-informed approach. Teaching Primary Physical Education is supported by a companion website www.sagepub.co.uk/lawrence, which includes further practical examples of applications, links to relevant literature and teaching resources, offering further student-friendly material for use across different physical disciplines. This is essential reading for all students studying primary physical education on primary initial teacher education courses including undergraduate (BEd, BA with QTS), postgraduate (PGCE, SCITT), and employment-based routes into teaching, and also for those on Sports Studies courses with a Primary PE component. Dr Julia Lawrence is Subject Leader of Physical Education at Leeds Metropolitan University.

Teaching Primary Physical Education

Author : Julia Lawrence
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Updated to the new Curriculum, this book offers a balanced and comprehensive overview of primary PE.

Learning to Teach Primary PE

Author : Ian Pickup
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This book encourages effective teaching and learning in primary physical education, supporting the reader in meeting the QTS Standards and beyond. It explores the importance of PE for children's learning and advocates a developmental approach to teaching; it also examines a model of professional practice based on personal reflection and self-appraisal, and emphasises the importance of continuing professional development. A rich selection of practical activities is provided, which cater for children's learning needs across the primary years. Content is related to current agendas and issues, including the Primary National Strategy, Excellence and Enjoyment, Every Child Matters and the forthcoming Olympics.

Teaching Physical Education

Author : Richard Bailey
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Designed for all trainee and newly qualified teachers, teacher trainers and mentors, this volume provides a contemporary handbook for the teaching of physical education, covering Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 in line with current DfEE and TTA guidelines.

An Introduction to Primary Physical Education

Author : Gerald Griggs
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Physical education is a core component of the primary school curriculum. This title presents a comprehensive introduction to the teaching of PE in the primary school. It highlights the importance of PE in the primary curriculum and the key issues facing primary teachers today, such as inclusion, training needs, and creativity.

Safety and Risk in Primary School Physical Education

Author : John Severs
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Safety is a central issue in the primary school, and nowhere more so than in the context of the PE lesson. This handbook offers guidance and advice for primary school teachers on every aspect of physical education.

Physical Education 5 11

Author : Jonathan Doherty
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Physical Education 5-11 is about lighting or relighting a fire in all those who have the privilege and the responsibility of teaching children physical education in Primary schools today. It is written at a time of great change: a revised Primary curriculum; an increased drive to raise achievement and potentially a narrowing of curricular scope in favour of literacy and numeracy. It is little wonder that teachers are looking for certainty and answers to questions such as:- What do I teach in PE? What do I need to know about children’s development? What does good teaching look like in PE? How can I assess such a practical subject effectively? This new and updated edition provides answers to those questions, covers issues in Physical Education and provides a wealth of practical advice on teaching across the stages of the new 2014 curriculum. Drawing upon the author’s experiences as a teacher, coach, lecturer and adviser, it delivers a justification for PE as an essential element in the Primary curriculum, imbues a theory into practice approach that provides readers with clarity, instils confidence and offers a licence to teach all practical aspects of PE effectively and creatively underpinned by knowledge of children’s development, their learning and the critical professional issues in PE today. This book is the essential companion to inform and inspire students and practising teachers in this most dynamic and exciting of subjects!

Teaching Physical Education in the Primary School

Author : Ian Pickup
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This is a comprehensive yet accessible guide to the teaching and learning of physical education in the primary school. By taking a developmental approach, readers are encouraged to plan lessons that are individually relevant, worthwhile and exciting for children, and to ensure that learning is at the heart of the physical education experience. In addition to covering all activity areas of the physical education curriculum, the authors provide guidance to ensure that the subject is planned, delivered, assessed and managed effectively. Teachers are encouraged to consider a range of issues that impact on subject delivery, and reflect on strategies and skills required for effective subject leadership. This book is invaluable reading for all in-service and trainee primary teachers, and those who work within wider school sports partnerships. It provides a theoretical and practical focus for those wishing to deliver high quality physical education in the primary school.

Mastering Primary Physical Education

Author : Kristy Howells
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Mastering Primary Physical Education introduces the primary physical education curriculum and helps trainees and teachers learn how to plan and teach inspiring lessons that make physical education irresistible. Topics covered include: · Current developments in physical education · Physical education as an irresistible activity · Physical education as a practical activity · Skills to develop in physical education · Promoting curiosity · Assessing children in physical education · Practical issues This guide includes examples of children's work, case studies, readings to reflect upon and reflective questions that all help to exemplify what is considered to be best and most innovative practice. The book draws on the experience of four leading professionals in primary physical education, Kristy Howells, Alison Carney, Neil Castle and Rich Little, to provide the essential guide to teaching physical education for all trainee primary teachers.

Routledge Handbook of Primary Physical Education

Author : Gerald Griggs
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The Routledge Handbook of Primary Physical Education goes further than any other book in exploring the specific theoretical and practical components of teaching PE at the primary or elementary school level. As the most comprehensive review of theory, research and practice in primary PE yet published, it represents an essential evidence-based guide for all students, researchers and practitioners working in this area. Written by a team of leading international primary PE specialists from academic and practitioner backgrounds, this handbook examines the three discourses that dominate contemporary PE: health, education and sport. With case studies from twelve countries, including the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Spain and South Korea, it provides a truly international perspective on key themes and issues such as: primary PE pedagogy, policy and curriculum development assessment and standards child development diversity and inclusion teacher training and professional development. Offering an unprecedented wealth of material, this handbook is an invaluable reference for any undergraduate or postgraduate degree programme in primary physical education or any primary teacher training course with a physical education element.

Teaching Physical Education in the Primary School

Author : Bev Hopper
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This book includes information on all six areas of the PE National Curriculum (games, gymnastic activities, dance, swimming, outdoor and adventurous activities, athletic activities), to increase subject knowledge and to develop teaching, management and planning skills. This book provides professional development for generalist primary teachers and student-teachers and also offers support to subject leaders charged with the responsibility for other colleagues. It will build on current practice and aim to increase knowledge, understanding, confidence and enthusiasm in an area of the curriculum which often receives a very short time allocation during initial teaching training courses. Teaching Physical Education in the Primary School is a comprehensive guide to the subject for primary educators. It deals with not only the teaching and learning of PE, but also everything that is relevant to co-ordinating the subject.

Physical Education and Development 3 11

Author : Jonathan Doherty
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Physical education plays a vital role in children’s development, health and well-being, and is an increasingly important part of the government’s strategy for healthy schools. The role and profile of physical education at primary level continues to grow as awareness of the need to encourage an active lifestyle at an early age increases. This accessible guide to teaching PE within the 3–11 age range will allow all non-specialist primary teachers to approach the subject with confidence, encouraging a better understanding of its role within schools and the special contribution it can make to children’s lives. The book: shows how to guide children’s movement experiences from the Foundation Stage right through to adventurous activities and sports games at the end of Key Stage 2 contains a wealth of practical advice on developmentally appropriate practical ideas supports the PECCSL strategy (PE, School Sport and Club Links) of providing at least 2 hours a week on high quality PE and school sport within schools. Written for all early years and primary students on teacher education courses, this book is also relevant for teachers, HLTAs and other non-PE specialists working with children up to the age of 11.

Bloomsbury Curriculum Basics Teaching Primary PE

Author : Jazz Rose
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This book is closely tied to the new curriculum, with extracts from the curriculum itself and lesson plans and teaching ideas for every area. This book will equip non-specialists to confidently deliver engaging and well-informed lessons, that acount for the changes in the National Curriculum. This is a very practical and easy to apply programme for teaching PE either in your own classroom, or to implement across the school in the role of a co-ordinator.

Teaching Physical Education 5 11

Author : Richard Bailey
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Written by a team of experienced teacher educators, this textbook is designed for initial teacher training and for newly qualified teachers in physical education for five- to 11-year-olds. It covers the range of activities, from gymnastics to dance, adventurous activities to health education. It blends theory and practice, providing worksheets, sample documents and reports, and it covers pedagogical concepts, such as progression, differentiation, assessment and inclusive education. There is advice not only on teaching and learning but also on subject leadership and co-ordination. The treatment, which includes local authority and inspectoral perspectives, should show students how to meet requirements for qualified teacher status in this subject.

Teaching Health and Physical Education in Early Childhood and the Primary Years

Author : Natalie McMaster
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Written to align with the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, Teaching Health and Physical Education in Early Childhood and the Primary Years provides pre-service teachers and educators with a practical toolbox of strategies to teach Health and Physical Education (HPE) in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) and primary school contexts.While many in the education profession recognise the importance of health and wellbeing, there is a lack of understanding about why this is important for children, how this can be taught effectively in ECEC settings and schools and also what quality HPE looks and feels like.This practical, evidence-based text is written by a wealth of chapter authors, who are specialists in their field, giving pre-service teachers expert voices on being successful in teaching such an important curriculum area that is essential to developing active and healthy futures.KEY FEATURESLinks to the AITSL standards and aligns with the Australian Curriculum: Health and PhysicalEducation, incorporating the curriculum priorities of integrating ICT, cross-curriculum opportunities and general capabilitiesProvides crucial growth, motor development, health and physical education content across early childhood and primary contexts from birth - 12Provides an equal proportion of coverage on both Health and Physical Education contentCritical investigation activities, reflection questions and case studies encourage studentengagement with the textVideos support blended learning opportunities and allow students to connect theory to practiceMargin notes provide definitions and digital technology tips.For more online resources from Natalie McMaster visit her Teacher HPE YouTube channel here.

Teaching Physical Education Creatively

Author : Angela Pickard
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Teaching Physical Education Creatively provides knowledge and understanding in order to engage creatively with the primary Physical Education curriculum for both trainee teachers and qualified teachers. It is full of ideas for developing the teaching of dance, games, gymnastics and outdoor and adventurous activities in an innovative and engaging manner. With an emphasis on developing creative teaching processes by building from children’s curiosity, imagination and need to explore and move, it forges clear links between research and practice, and offers suggestions for developing exciting, engaging new approaches to teaching physical education. Key topics explored include: Physical Competence and Physical Literacy Creative ways to develop the teaching of dance, games, gymnastics and outdoor and adventurous activities Developing understanding of space, speed and dynamics Creative lesson planning Inclusive approaches and aspects of differentiation Teaching Physical Education Creatively presents the theory and background necessary to develop a comprehensive understanding of creative teaching and children’s learning. Packed with practical guidance and inspiration for lively, enjoyable physical education, it is an invaluable resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students in initial teacher training, practicing teachers, and undergraduate students of physical education.

Coordinating Physical Education Across the Primary School

Author : Carole Raymond
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A book to promote the talents of teachers and help them explore and share their skills. All aspects of Subject Leadership are covered in the five parts of the book: * the role of the PE Coordinator * what the PE Coordinator needs to know * whole school policies and schemes of work * monitoring for Quality * resources for teaching and learning. Case studies provide ideas on best practice and material to be used for reflection is drawn from schools, practising coordinators, OFSTED inspectors, advisers and teacher-educators.

Teaching Physical Education in Primary School

Author : Janet Currie
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In primary schools, it is expected that all children will participate in regular, safe, fun, and engaging movement/physical activity. It goes without saying that primary school teachers are ideally placed to provide these learning experiences. However, many teachers have had limited training in the area of physical education and therefore may lack both confidence and specific expertise. In a highly practical and accessible manner, this book delivers the essential information for both pre-service and practicing teachers. The book breaks down scientific human movement principles and sports science information into easily understandable concepts applied to the teaching of physical education in the primary school. Replete with over 30 illustrations, it provides key pedagogical principles and fundamental knowledge required for effective physical education by addressing: the child's needs and readiness for physical activity * skill development and acquisition principles * safety and legal considerations for children's participation * planning, designing, and implementing effective practice sessions * improving instruction, feedback, and communication * management and discipline skills * child nutrition information. Focusing on each student's strengths and taking a holistic approach to overall fitness and health, the book reflects current knowledge that a physically active child is also likely to be a more engaged learner. Teaching Physical Education in Primary School is therefore an essential resource for all teachers, whatever their level of experience, who are concerned with the active engagement of primary school students in physical education.

Teaching Quality Health and Physical Education

Author : Dean Dudley
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Teaching Physical Education 11 18

Author : Tony Macfadyen
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The book introduces the central issues in teaching Physical Education in the secondary school. It is divided into four parts; the curriculum, improving teaching, improving learning, and the future. The book contains chapters on all key aspects of provision, including planning, teaching methods, assessment and special educational needs. Also included are chapters on areas that are often neglected, for example the place of the subject within the wider curriculum, the teaching of talented pupils, and subject leadership.