Ch 9: MTLE Physical Education: History and Rules of Track & Field

About This Chapter

This chapter offers an in-depth look at track and field instruction and practice. The information presented can help you prepare for questions about the rules and skills of this sport on the MTLE Physical Education exam.

MTLE Physical Education: History and Rules of Track and Field - Chapter Summary

Use the lessons in this chapter to review aspects of track and field as they relate to teaching and coaching this diverse sport. You'll review the procedures and rules of each event, as well as training techniques. Once you have completed the lessons, you should feel prepared to answer questions on the MTLE Physical Education test that reflect the following concepts about track and field:

  • Explaining the history of track and field
  • Conveying and applying the rules of each track and field event
  • Demonstrating and planning appropriate training for each event
  • Developing the skills and techniques related to track and field

In order to fully prepare for the test, make use of the timeline tool of the video player, which allows you to review specific sections so you can target your studies. Be sure to use the quizzes to self-assess your readiness for track and field questions on the exam.

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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