Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience

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LEARNING TO TEACH PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL

A companion to school experience

Susan Capel

London and New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction to the Series vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgements xvii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Starting Out as a Pe Teacher 7
  • 2 - Aims of Pe 18
  • Further Reading 26
  • 3 - Developing Lessons and Units of Work 27
  • 4 - Observation of Pupils in Pe 48
  • 5 - Communicating in Pe 57
  • Further Reading 75
  • 6 - Lesson Organisation and Management 76
  • 7 - Developing and Maintaining an Effective Learning Environment 97
  • 8 - Safety in Pe 115
  • 9 - Teaching Styles and Teaching Strategies 130
  • Further Reading 138
  • 10 - Knowing Your Pupils and Planning for Different Needs 139
  • 11 - Assessment 158
  • Further Reading 175
  • 12 - Public Examinations 176
  • 13 - Extending Your Expertise as a Teacher 192
  • 14 - The Role of Technology in Pe Teaching 209
  • 15 - Your Wider Role as a Pe Teacher 218
  • 16 - From School to Community: Pe Beyond the Classroom 239
  • 17 - The Background To, and Developments From, the National Curriculum for Pe 252
  • 18 - Professional Development 271
  • Further Reading 291
  • Appendix 1 292
  • Appendix 2 303
  • Glossary 306
  • Useful Addresses 315
  • Bibliography 317
  • Author Index 326
  • Subject Index 329
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