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Ch 9: Individual, Dual & Team Sports & Games

About This Chapter

This chapter centers around individual, dual & team sports and games. It explores topics such as the forms these activities can take while touching on methods of teaching specific to this area as well as related P.E. considerations.

Individual, Dual & Team Sports & Games - Chapter Summary

These lessons take a look at definitions, examples and skills pertaining to individual, dual & team sports and games. They also delve into related principles and teaching strategies of physical education. Once you're done reviewing with this chapter, you'll have bolstered your understanding of:

  • Comparing dual and team sports
  • Modifying dual and team sports to aid successful participation at all levels
  • P.E. etiquette and fair play
  • Fostering life skills and motor learning with activities, sports and games

Within each of these lessons, you'll find practice quizzes at your disposal that you can use to make sure you've understood the material before moving on. When you reach the end of the chapter, you'll also be able to take a practice final exam in which the content covered within each lesson is summated.

7 Lessons in Chapter 9: Individual, Dual & Team Sports & Games
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Individual Sports: Definition, Examples & Skill Development

1. Individual Sports: Definition, Examples & Skill Development

Do you like the idea of playing an individual sport and being the master of your own destiny, win or lose? In this lesson, we discuss individual sports, give examples, and review the skills, techniques of training, and motivation.

Dual & Team Sports: Definition & Comparison

2. Dual & Team Sports: Definition & Comparison

Dual and team sports may seem different, but many of their strategies are similar, and participating in one can help strengthen skills in another. In this lesson, learn about the differences and similarities between several common dual and team sports.

Teaching Strategies for Dual & Team Sports

3. Teaching Strategies for Dual & Team Sports

In this lesson, we review teaching strategies for both dual and team sports. We discuss not only the physical aspects, but also the mental side of these sports. We also discuss critical elements in teaching sports and tactics that are employed to achieve these strategies.

Modifying Dual & Team Sports for All Levels

4. Modifying Dual & Team Sports for All Levels

In this lesson, we discuss how to modify dual and teams sports, which allows for students of all levels and physical abilities to participate in the action and helps to keep the children safe from injuries as well.

Physical Education Class: Inclusion, Etiquette & Fair Play

5. Physical Education Class: Inclusion, Etiquette & Fair Play

In this lesson we discuss the concepts of etiquette, fair play, and inclusion in physical education class. This also includes the students respect for others along with showing consideration and sportsmanship.

Promoting Life Skills With Activities, Sports & Games

6. Promoting Life Skills With Activities, Sports & Games

In this lesson, we discuss how to promote life skills using various activities, including sports and games. We review positive effects of these activities as well as eight life skills that are promoted by them.

Promoting Motor Learning With Activities, Sports & Games

7. Promoting Motor Learning With Activities, Sports & Games

In this lesson, we review ways to promote motor learning. We discuss activities, sports, and games that improve motor learning, and we discuss certain patterns and behaviors.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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