AL349 _ Chapter 2 Notes DONE_ FILL-IN BLANKS 4th Edition (1) - Chapter2: ANSWER THE QUESTIONS 1 What are the three major goals of coaching 1 2 3 To win

AL349 _ Chapter 2 Notes DONE_ FILL-IN BLANKS 4th Edition (1)

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Chapter 2:  Determining Your Coaching Objectives ANSWER THE QUESTIONS: 1 What are the three major goals of coaching? 1 To win 2 To help young people have fun 3 To help young people develop 2 Recreational and competitive sports programs fun Emphasis on… learning Participation by all Recreational sport 3 What is the philosophy expressed in the motto of the American Sport Education Program? Athletes first, winning second 4 What is Vince Lombardi’s actual quotation pertaining to “winning”? “winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing” 5 True or False Winning or striving to win is never more important than athletes’ well-being, regardless of the mixed AL349 _ Chapter 2 Page  1 Principles of Coaching
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Chapter 2:  Determining Your Coaching Objectives messages our society sends. True Three Major Objectives of Coaching The [ ] coaches usually list fall into three broad categories: 1 To [ WIN ] [ ] To help [ YOUNG ] people have [ FUN ] 2 To help young people [ DEVELOP ] . . . [ PHYSICALLY ] , by learning [ SPORT ] skills, improving [ PHYSICAL ] conditioning, developing good [ ] habits, and avoiding injuries [ PSYCHOLOGICALLY ] , by learning to [CONTROL ] their emotions and developing FEELINGS of self-worth; and [ SOCIALLY ] , by learning cooperation, in a [ COMPETITIVE ] context and appropriate [ STANDARDS ] of behavior Society’s Objectives From a review of the [ PROFESSIONALLY ] literature written by educators, journalists, religious leaders, and the medical community it is clear that our [ SOCIETY ] offers sports programs primarily to help young [ PEOPLE ] develop physically, [ PSYCHOLOGICALLY ] , and socially – and that it expects you as a coach to accept [ DEVELOPMENT ] as your number one objective s Nevertheless, as you strive to [ ACHIEVE ] this long-term objective of developing your [ YOUNG ] athletes, our society also encourages you to achieve the [ SECONDARY ] and short-term objectives of [ WINNING ] and having [ FUN ] . Despite the general focus on [ DEVELOPMENT ] in sports involving young athletes, some representatives of our [ SOCIETY ] clearly indicate that they value [ WINNING ] over the AL349 _ Chapter 2 Page  2 Principles of Coaching
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Chapter 2:  Determining Your Coaching Objectives development and well-being of [ ATHLETES ] by rewarding only the [ WINNERS ] rather than recognizing all participants equally. Fans cheer [ WINNING ] teams and criticize teams with losses, [ WINNING ] sport programs receive more [ FUNDING ] than losing ones, and coaches’ [ JOBS ] sometimes depend on the win-loss record. As powerful as this [ MESSAGE ] may be in our society, it is one the author urges to be rejected. Instead,
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