Routines and LP's

Routines and LP's - OrganizingandTeaching theLessonContent...

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Organizing and Teaching the Lesson Content n Teaching students in the movement setting involves  elements not necessarily found in the regular  classroom. n Challenges of the typical PE class include:  3 n Increasing movement time for the child while decreasing  managerial time n Maximizing movement time for all children, including low- skilled students and students with disabilities n Managing behavior problems exhibited by students
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Activity time We need to:  Be aware of wait time for activity and  strive to increase movement time Manage behavior and provide feedback  as quickly as possible.
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Organizing Students for Activity Common Organizational Routines n Entering the gymnasium n Getting drinks of water n Using the restroom during class n Getting the attention of students n Distributing and collecting equipment n Handling injury or emergency situations 
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Organizing Students for Activity Using Routines to Reduce Management  n Just establishing  routines does not reduce  management time. n Students must learn to implement  the routines  quickly and appropriately n Teach the routine to the students n Practice the routine n Use the routine consistently n Review the routine periodically
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Organizing Students for Activity Supervising  Class Activities v Position, move, scan v Position  yourself to keep all students in  view v Move  around the perimeter as well as  through the space v Scan  frequently to detect  problems   early - watch everyone all the time
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So, where do we begin? n
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course KINS 389 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '10 term at Longwood.

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