Formal Games - PEKN3P00 TuesdayJanuary72014 th Lecture1...

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PEKN3P00 Tuesday January 7     th     2014 Lecture 1 Course Description -Similarities and differences in individual and dual oriented formal games (IDFG) are  learned through a conceptual analysis of skills, rules, and strategies.  Practical and  theoretical work will be performed to facilitate such learning. What is a formal game? -Game: “Has explicit rules, specified or understood goals, the element of opposition or  contest, and a sequence of rules and actions which is essentially repeatable every time the game is played. Formal games  –Educational – Play – Games – Sport (all parts of formal games) -Also, sport-like, play-like and educational  (e.g., inclusive, developmentally appropriate,  optimal challenge…) Formal Games:  Institutionalized games/sports that provide competitive (?) opportunities 
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