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Ch 21: Communication in Physical Education Settings

About This Chapter

View video lessons in this chapter to study effective communication in physical education settings. Examine the communications process and forms of communications while also reviewing instructional feedback strategies.

Communication in Physical Education Settings - Chapter Summary

If you need a refresher on communications skills in physical education (PE) settings, take a look at this chapter's video lessons developed by professional instructors. You'll review the communications process and how to apply communications methods in your classroom. You may even learn something new about providing effective instructional feedback in PE settings. Once you've finished the chapter, you should feel comfortable with:

  • Defining communication
  • Listing the steps of the communications process
  • Giving examples of verbal and nonverbal communications in PE settings
  • Identifying good instructional feedback techniques
  • Describing communications methods for the PE classroom
  • Explaining how to use considerate communications in the classroom

Our short video lessons make improving your PE communications skills an enjoyable and convenient experience. Use video tags to rewatch key points, and study the lesson transcripts to reinforce what you've learned. The transcripts often have links to other relevant text lessons containing more details about terminology. We also offer multiple-choice quizzes designed to test your understanding of the material.

6 Lessons in Chapter 21: Communication in Physical Education Settings
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What is Communication? - Definition & Importance

1. What is Communication? - Definition & Importance

Any task or transaction that requires more than one person can only be successfully completed with communication. In this lesson, you'll learn what communication is, types of communication and the importance of communication.

What is the Communication Process? - Definition & Steps

2. What is the Communication Process? - Definition & Steps

Communication is a process, and if the process breaks down, communication will fail. In this lesson, you'll learn about the communication process. We'll also discuss how the concept of noise can disrupt this process.

Verbal & Nonverbal Communication in Physical Activity Settings

3. Verbal & Nonverbal Communication in Physical Activity Settings

This lesson defines verbal and nonverbal communication and discusses their use in physical activity settings. It also describes different situations when the teacher decides which type communication is best.

Delivering Instructional Feedback in Physical Education Settings

4. Delivering Instructional Feedback in Physical Education Settings

The ability to give effective feedback to teachers is a powerful tool in helping them grow in their instructional practices. In this lesson, we'll examine the components that make instructional feedback valuable to teachers in physical education settings.

Communication Methods in the Physical Education Classroom

5. Communication Methods in the Physical Education Classroom

In this lesson you will learn about communication methods that teachers can use in the physical education classroom. Verbal, nonverbal, and written communication will be discussed.

Considerate Communication in the Classroom Environment

6. Considerate Communication in the Classroom Environment

As a teacher, you spend most of your day communicating with many different people. It's important to establish a culture of considerate communication in the classroom environment so you can be more productive and effective as an educator.

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