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Unformatted text preview: What is Sport Education? From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Sport Education Seeks to make sport experiences in physical education more real for ALL students Its central goals: Teach you to be competent, literate, and enthusiastic sports people. From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. What is a competent sportsperson? You: have sufficient skills to participate in have games satisfactorily, and games understand and can use strategies understand appropriate to the game. appropriate From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. What is a literate sportsperson? You: understand and value the rules, rituals, and understand traditions of sports, traditions distinguish between good and bad sport distinguish practices, and are a more able participant and are knowledgeable fan or spectator. knowledgeable From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. What is an enthusiastic sportsperson? You: participate and help maintain a positive and participate healthy sports culture within class, the school, and the community, & and become involved in sport and promoting it become within the community. within From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Main Features of Sport Education Seasons Affiliations Formal Competition Culminating Event Keeping Records Festivity From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. How Sport Education Differs From Sport Demands full participation by ALL students. Uses modified games to allow success for ALL students. You learn to perform roles other than that of a player. From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Roles beyond that of Player or Performer Students learn to be coaches, referees, Students coaches, trainers, safety officials, scorekeepers, managers, publicists, and broadcasters. and From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Full participation by ALL students Small sided teams. Small No elimination tournaments. Culminating events for all students. All students experience all roles. From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Game is modified for increased success for ALL students No full sided “official” games w. all adult rules. “It’s still Volleyball, but we make it more It’s appropriate for more students” . . . Not just the high-skilled ones. the From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. What is Competition . . .? Competition . . . Is fundamental to sport experiences. Closely related to “becoming good at a Closely sport/activity. sport/activity. Focuses on playing well . . . The Focuses process. process. From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Competition . . . Fair.... Teams are heterogenous Modified games (rules, field, equipment) Mini-competitions based on skill within Mini-competitions the team the A level; B level; C level; etc. From Complete Guide to Sport Education by Daryl Siedentop, Peter A. Hastie, and Hans van der Mars, 2004, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. ...
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