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Ch 22: Outdoor, Adventure & Cooperative Physical Education

About This Chapter

In this chapter, we will help you review ways to integrate cooperative group games and challenges, as well as outdoor and adventure activities into a physical education curriculum.

Outdoor, Adventure & Cooperative Physical Education - Chapter Summary

Use the lessons in this chapter to guide your review of leading outdoor, adventure, and cooperative activities for students of all abilities. As you work through these concepts, our experienced instructors explain the benefits of these activities and the planning involved in successfully implementing them into a P.E. classroom. By the time you have completed the chapter, you should be able to:

  • Differentiate between cooperative and group sports
  • Plan and facilitate cooperative games and group challenges
  • Organize recreational activities
  • Plan, implement and modify outdoor activities for all students
  • Describe the benefits of adventure learning
  • Plan and implement safe adventure learning activities

The lessons in this chapter are presented through brief, engaging lessons designed to enhance your knowledge of outdoor and cooperative P.E. class activities. In order to make the most of this chapter, use the lesson transcripts and timeline feature of the video player to review main ideas. Also, be sure to take each quiz to self-assess your level of understanding.

7 Lessons in Chapter 22: Outdoor, Adventure & Cooperative Physical Education
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Differences Between Cooperative & Group Sports

1. Differences Between Cooperative & Group Sports

This lesson will distinguish cooperative sports from group sports. Examples of cooperative and group sport activities will be provided for different age levels.

Cooperative Games & Group Challenges

2. 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.

Recreational Activities in Physical Education

3. Recreational Activities in Physical Education

If you are a physical education teacher, then recreation is a big part of your responsibilities. This lesson discusses some of the norms and procedures related to recreational activities in physical education.

How to Expose Students to Outdoor Activities

4. 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.

Modifying Outdoor Pursuits for All Students

5. Modifying Outdoor Pursuits for All Students

If you are interested in helping students learn about nature and enjoy their time outside, then you have probably thought about how to make the outdoors accessible to all students. This lesson discusses some modifications you might make when taking your students outside.

Adventure Learning: Definition & Benefits

6. Adventure Learning: Definition & Benefits

Adventure learning is a great way to engage and challenge your physical education students. In this lesson, you'll learn about adventure learning and find out how to integrate these activities into your physical education curriculum.

Adventure Activities: Planning & Safety

7. 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.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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