PHED 225 - Teaching Field/Court Games
Focuses on teaching methodologies and performance of several field/court invasion games including ultimate, team handball, soccer, hockey, and lacrosse. Students will improve teaching aspects related to skill analysis, planning of developmentally appropriate learning activities and development of appropriate activity progressions and modifications for effective differentiated teaching and learning. The content of this course will be presented using diverse approaches including hands-on teaching experiences, group activities and lectures. Assessment Level(s): ENGL 101 /ENGL 011 , READ 120 , MATH 050 Three hours each week.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Interpret sport skill analyses emphasizing diverse performance phases and critical elements relevant to field/court games.
- Design developmentally appropriate lesson plans for diverse learners including students with and without disabilities.
- Judge diverse field/court game strategies and tactics based on particular teaching-learning scenarios.
- Develop authentic and/or written assessments (formal and informal) to measure students’ present level of performance.
- Self-analyze teaching behaviors and skills in field/court sports through school-age children and/or peer teaching experiences.
- Exhibit acceptable level of performance in several field/court sports/skills.
- Demonstrate professional behaviors consistent with the expectations of a pre-service teacher.
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