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Nontraditional & Group Physical Activities - Chapter Summary
Study these lessons to get to know more about nontraditional and group physical activities. Review the process of introducing outdoor activities and nontraditional sports to students. Take a look at other lesson information, like:
- Adventure activities
- Uses and examples of nontraditional sports and activities
- Group challenges and cooperative games
- Combative activities
Since the lessons are short, you can make regular progress by logging on with your mobile device and complete a lesson whenever you have a few minutes. Track your progress on your dashboard. A test at the end of the chapter will check your understanding of key concepts.
1. How to Expose Students to Outdoor Activities
Outdoor recreation and activities offer a unique learning environment for students to learn about themselves and to form stronger social ties with their classmates. This lesson goes over methods to introduce children to these activities.
2. Adventure Activities: Planning & Safety
In this lesson, you will review how to plan an adventure activity and prepare for safety. You will learn about the necessary equipment to take along on your adventure. We will also discuss the issues of permits and insurance, and you will learn about crucial first aid tips.
3. Nontraditional Sports & Activities: Uses & Examples
In this lesson, we will discuss nontraditional sports and activities. We will learn how these activities promote the ever so important seven principles of collaboration, communication, cooperation, critical thinking, decision making, leadership, and problem solving among participants. We will discuss the king of the nontraditional sports, the X Games, as well.
4. Cooperative Games & Group Challenges
Learn how to set up cooperative games and activities in a way that sets you and your group up for success. This lesson covers rules, safety practices, equipment, and more.
5. Combative Activities: Planning & Safety
In this lesson, we discuss several combative activities, along with potential dangers, and why it is so important that practitioners of these sports follow critical safety practices.
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Other chapters within the CSET Physical Education Subtest II (130): Practice & Study Guide course
- About the CSET Physical Education Test
- Personal Development
- Motivation Theory in Teaching Physical Education
- Social Development in a Physical Education Setting
- Factors Influencing Physical Activity Choices
- Fundamental & Rhythmic Movement
- Dance Concepts & Forms
- Aquatic Skills
- Individual, Dual & Team Sports & Games
- Fitness Activities
- Physical Education Evaluation & Tests
- Basic Statistical Applications
- Physical Education Assessments & Goals
- CSET Physical Education Subtest 2 Flashcards