Ch 12: MTLE Physical Education: Planning & Instruction

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Take advantage of short lessons designed to strengthen your knowledge of planning and instruction in preparation for the MTLE Physical Education exam. Self-assessment quizzes can test your readiness to take the exam.

MTLE Physical Education: Planning & Instruction - Chapter Summary

This comprehensive overview of planning and instruction offers exclusive access to exam topics you will see on the MTLE Physical Education assessment. Review the lessons in this chapter to ensure you're ready for the following on exam day:

  • Identifying level-appropriate sports and recreational activities, and discussing age-appropriate physical education activities and instruction
  • Listing methods for teaching physical education lessons, and explaining how to accommodate diverse students in physical education classes
  • Discussing the sociocultural benefits of participating in fitness and how to understand diversity through fitness
  • Examining physical education lesson plans and student progress and safety in physical education classes
  • Describing how to foster cognitive development in physical education programs and deliver instructional feedback in physical education settings
  • Explaining how to integrate knowledge and skills from multiple subjects in physical education
  • Sharing ways to create productive relationships to support student growth and well-being and get kids excited for physical activity.

Expert instructors have created lessons designed to boost your knowledge of the planning and instruction that you can access without leaving your home. Review them in any sequence and as often as needed. When ready, take short quizzes to test your understanding of the lessons. You can also access a chapter exam if you want a broader review of the materials.

12 Lessons in Chapter 12: MTLE Physical Education: Planning & Instruction
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Identifying Level-Appropriate Sports & Recreational Activities

1. Identifying Level-Appropriate Sports & Recreational Activities

In this lesson, we'll discuss some sports and recreational activities that are appropriate for different ages, different purposes, and also for varying developmental levels.

Age-Appropriate Physical Education Activities & Instruction

2. Age-Appropriate Physical Education Activities & Instruction

Physical education is an important aspect of a child's coordination and development, and it helps students engage in exercise. Use this lesson to understand how to tailor activities to each child's developmental level.

Methods for Teaching Physical Education Lessons

3. Methods for Teaching Physical Education Lessons

Do you recall the sometimes fun and other times exasperating days of physical education class? In this lesson, we discuss various methods for teaching physical education lessons.

Equitable Learning Experiences in Physical Education Classes

4. Equitable Learning Experiences in Physical Education Classes

Ensuring equity in education is important to teachers and policymakers. This lesson discusses what it means to think about equitable learning experiences, specifically in the context of physical education classes.

Analyzing Physical Education Lesson Plans

5. Analyzing Physical Education Lesson Plans

Teachers need to keep several aspects in mind when designing lessons, like skill level and purpose. This lesson describes necessary components of physical education lesson plans and details what aspects to include.

Student Progress & Safety in Physical Education Classes

6. Student Progress & Safety in Physical Education Classes

Physical education teachers have an important responsibility to monitor students' progress and safety in class. This lesson provides some strategies for successfully acting as a monitor.

Fostering Cognitive Development in Physical Education Programs

7. Fostering Cognitive Development in Physical Education Programs

This lesson discusses strategies for using physical education to promote critical thinking, goal-setting, decision-making, problem-solving, and analytical skills in students.

Delivering Instructional Feedback in Physical Education Settings

8. 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.

How to Integrate Knowledge & Skills From Multiple Subjects in Physical Education

9. How to Integrate Knowledge & Skills From Multiple Subjects in Physical Education

In this lesson, we will learn some specific ways that teachers can integrate other content areas, specifically English language arts and mathematics, into physical education instruction.

Cocurricular & Extracurricular Activities in Physical Education

10. Cocurricular & Extracurricular Activities in Physical Education

In this lesson we review physical education classes, including the roles that cocurricular and extracurricular activities play in both supplementing and complementing the standard curriculum.

Creating Productive Relationships to Support Student Growth & Well-Being

11. Creating Productive Relationships to Support Student Growth & Well-Being

This lesson provides you with a toolbox of practical strategies for creating a productive learning environment that fosters student growth and well-being. Read on to learn more.

How to Get Kids Excited for Physical Activity

12. How to Get Kids Excited for Physical Activity

Combating obesity, inactivity, and laziness is a growing crisis. Helping kids to be excited to be involved in physical activity can change their lives. This lesson offers valuable tips for creating an active lifestyle.

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