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Ross McAngus Motor Behavior Dr. Sadler March 3, 2006 Article Review: What does it mean to have a “Developmentally Appropriate Physical Education Program?” Reference Citation Barret, K.R., Williams, K., & Witall, J. (1992). What does it mean to have a “Developmentaly appropriate physical education program?” The Physical Educator , 39 (3), 114-118. Article Purpose To explain to the physical educator that how to teach developing children how to make correct physical movements, and show how and why the children develop the way they do. Summary When teaching developing children the teacher must know that every child is different in their individual progress and that there individual progress is sequential in the way that the child develops. Also know that the actions of the children are not “errors” but they should be expected to some existent and it should be recognized that these “errors” can
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Unformatted text preview: not be corrected with a few words of advice. • Most important point of the Article Understanding that every child is different in their development this will save the teacher/ coach a lot of stress over whether or not the instructor is being effective. • Significance for the Physical Educator This article if basically for the elementary P.E. teacher that is having trouble understanding why his/her students are not performing the way he/she envisions. It also explains how to help guide the children along their own unique developmental path thus giving the instructor a way to instruct. • Question for the Author How can I relate this topic to students that are all ready developed and trained in there particular sport or recreation?...
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