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Urban physical education : instructional practices and cultural activities
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  • Eabr Clements
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  • Urban physical education : instructional practices and cultural activities
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL : c2012
Physical Description
  • viii, 151 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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  • Machine generated contents note: pt. ONE CONSIDERATIONS FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS IN URBAN SETTINGS -- ch. 1 Culturally Responsive Teaching Practices -- Practice 1 Recognize Cultural Characteristics Reflecting Race and Ethnicity -- Practice 2 Become Acquainted With Students' Native Countries -- Practice 3 Recognize Intercultural Differences in Gestures and Body Language -- Practice 4 Address the Needs of English Language Learners -- Practice 5 Use Nondiscriminatory Selection Techniques, International Skill Practice Formations, and Urban Ways to Start a Game -- Practice 6 Enhance the Learning Environment With Themed Bulletin Boards and Greetings -- Summary -- ch. 2 Urban Physical Education Teachers as Leaders -- Examining One's Teaching Demeanor -- Responding to Life Skills Questions -- Responding to Behaviors With PRIDE -- Common Trigger Scenarios -- Gangs in Urban Schools -- Protocols for Teaching Large Classes -- Summary --
  • Contents note continued: pt. TWO PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES FOR URBAN SETTINGS -- ch. 3 Culturally Diverse Activities and Challenges -- ch. 4 Physical Activities of Special Interest in Urban Settings -- ch. 5 Assessing Diversity Outcomes -- Sample Rubric 1 Preparing Physical Education Candidates to Teach in Diverse Settings -- Sample Rubric 2 Assessing Individual Interaction With a Partner or Peer -- Sample Rubric 3 Assessing a Student's Group Interactive Skills -- Sample Rubric 4 Assessing the Extent to Which Objectives Have Been Achieved in a Class.
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  • 978-0-7360-9839-7 (soft cover)
  • 0-7360-9839-9 (soft cover)
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Urban Physical Education targets the teaching circumstances and conditions of urban schools with innovative instructional practices and culturally diverse and contemporary activities. You'll find games and modified sports from around the world as well as sport and performance activities such as urban dances, parkour, urban golf, freestyle basketball, and fitness routines.

Each of the 40 activities includes a brief description, a simplified teaching process, key instructional points, alignment with NASPE national standards, and a basic closure activity. An activity finder makes it easy to find activities to fit in your curriculum, and ready-made rubrics help you assess readiness of preservice teachers, partner and group interactions, and lesson effectiveness.

Authors Clements and Rady combine their expertise and experience to help you better understand urban school environments and become a more effective leader, instructor, and mentor to the diverse students in your school. More than an activity book, Urban Physical Education identifies the common challenges facing today's urban physical education teachers and presents culturally responsive instructional practices developed by experienced teachers working in urban schools.

Suggestions and tools in the book will help you improve your teaching demeanor, respond to behavioral problems, implement protocols for large classes, and address the needs of English language learners. With Urban Physical Education , you'll learn how to generate a new level of student enthusiasm and participation; develop and reinforce effective teaching practices; and enhance your existing curriculum with innovative, contemporary, and culturally diverse activities for middle and high school students.

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