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Introduction to Teaching Physical Education 2nd Edition With Web Resource

Introduction to Teaching Physical Education 2nd Edition With Web Resource

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    Introduction to Teaching Physical Education: Principles and Strategies—already a popular text for students considering majoring or minoring in physical education—is now even stronger in this new second edition.

    Three strengths that set the second edition of this book apart from its competitors are its sole focus on physical education, the depth and breadth of physical education topics it covers, and its affordability. It features the essential content that students need to build a strong base of instructional skills and an understanding of the field—and it does so in an engaging manner to get students excited about teaching physical education.

    Introduction to Teaching Physical Education, Second Edition, delves into the theoretical, practical, and inspirational aspects of teaching physical education. Students can explore the field’s history, purpose, and concepts as well as learn teaching skills, examine instructional scope and sequence, and learn about the responsibilities of a teacher. They’ll also learn about teaching duties, motivation and behavior management strategies, assessment, lesson planning, technology and online resources, and careers in the field.

    Updates and New Material
    Introduction to Teaching Physical Education is updated to reflect the significant changes that have occurred in the field over the past few years, including SHAPE America’s National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes for K–12 Physical Education, the SHAPE America Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) guidelines, and more.

    To keep up with the changes in the field, author Jane Shimon has revised or added new material:
    • New Teachers Talking Teaching tips from national and district Teachers of the Year from around the country
    • A new section addressing attentional focus and teaching cues
    • New content on student engagement, differentiated instruction, and inclusion
    • New material on technology, particularly regarding the use of mobile devices in physical education
    • Extended information on writing lesson objectives and on the use of formative assessments
    Introduction to Teaching Physical Education offers sidebars to enhance students’ understanding of key concepts, and it provides boldfaced key terms throughout the chapters as well as a glossary at the end of the book. The text also supplies end-of-chapter discussion questions and cross-references to activities found on the book’s web resource. Students will be spurred to think about the content through Reflect elements scattered throughout the chapters.

    Book Organization
    Introduction to Teaching Physical Education is organized into four parts. Part I outlines the history of physical education, including the two main systems that served as the profession’s foundation; influential concepts and people; and current advancements. It also discusses the purpose of physical education and highlights the many teaching and nonteaching duties of physical educators. Part II presents the details for teaching physical education, including the steps to organizing and instructing in the classroom and the gymnasium. It also looks at motivational theories and how to prevent misbehavior and positively manage student behavior.

    In part III, students learn about planning lessons and assessing outcomes. They examine scope and sequence, learn how to develop appropriate objectives and quality lesson plans, and explore assessment and rubric design. Part IV affords students insight into current technology issues that can be used to enhance physical education, and it explores the career options available.

    Ancillaries
    Introduction to Teaching Physical Education offers several ancillary materials:
    • A web resource featuring chapter overviews, definitions of key terms, and supplemental materials such as worksheets, lesson plan templates, and short situational studies
    • An instructor guide with a sample course syllabus, chapter overviews, key terms, discussion questions, learning activities, and more
    • A test package with more than 200 true-or-false and multiple-choice questions
    • A PowerPoint presentation package with more than 200 slides, including select illustrations and tables
    Complete, Concise, and Engaging
    Introduction to Teaching Physical Education, Second Edition, will help students gain the knowledge and skills they need as they pursue their entry into the teaching profession, providing them with a springboard to advance in their coursework. This complete but concise text supplies the perfect introduction to the physical education field, covering the essentials in an engaging and informative way as students learn to apply the principles of teaching physical education.

    Table of Contents

    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Part I. Behind the Scenes of Physical Education
    Chapter 1. History of Physical Education
    The Beginning
    Physical Education in the United States
    Early American Period: Mid-1700s to 1900
    Early 20th Century: 1900 to 1930
    Mid-20th Century: 1930 to 1970
    Late 20th Century: 1970 to 2000
    Early 21st Century: 2000 to Present
    Summary
    Chapter 2. Purpose, Benefits, and Philosophy
    Purpose of Physical Education
    National Physical Education Standards
    Benefits of Physical Education
    Philosophy of Physical Education
    Summary
    Chapter 3. Duties and Challenges
    Teaching Duties and Roles
    Nonteaching Duties
    Issues and Concerns
    Summary

    Part II. Teaching Physical Education
    Chapter 4. Organization and Instruction
    Noninstructional Tasks: Classroom Organization
    Instructional Tasks
    Content Progressions and Practice Strategies
    Teaching Styles
    Summary
    Chapter 5. Motivation
    Motivational Theories
    Strategies to Enhance Motivation
    Summary
    Chapter 6. Behavior Management
    Behavior Management Safeguards
    Behavior Management Strategies
    Summary

    Part III. Lesson Planning and Outcomes
    Chapter 7. Scope and Sequence
    Scope: Pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K)
    Scope: Elementary School
    Scope: Middle School and Junior High School
    Scope: High School
    Sequence
    Summary
    Chapter 8. Lesson Planning
    Writing Performance Objectives for a Lesson Plan
    Creating Lesson Plans
    Supporting Individual Differences
    Summary
    Chapter 9. Student Assessment
    Terminology
    Assessment Options
    Types of Rubrics
    Rubric Construction
    Grading Considerations
    Health-Related Fitness Testing
    Constructing Written Tests
    Summary

    Part IV. Beyond the Classroom
    Chapter 10. Technology and Resources
    Instructional Technology
    Online Resources
    Summary
    Chapter 11. Careers in Physical Education
    Alternative School Settings
    Other Career Avenues
    Summary
    Appendix A. Appropriate Practice Guidelines and Instructional Strategies
    Appendix B. Example of Class Policies and Expectations
    Appendix C. Exercises for a Dynamic Warm-Up

    Glossary
    References
    Index