Course : Techniques & Strategies of Individual/Dual Sports
- Course Number
- KNES 2413
- Section Number
- Fall 2021
- D.L. Ligon Coliseum, 101/111
- Dr. Stacia Miller
- Days & Times
- Final Exam Day/Time
- Thursday, December 09, 2021 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Course Objectives/Learning Outcomes
Specific learning objectives for the course derive from the Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities Standards (EC-Grade 12), the SHAPE Standards for Secondary Physical Education, and the Texas SBEC standards. This course provides teacher candidates and SPLS students with a knowledge base of the environment in which they may teach. Satisfactory completion of the course will document that students have demonstrated the ability to:
Â· Identify developmentally appropriate fundamental skills of individual/dual sports appropriate for fitness across the lifespan. (SHAPE 1.a, 1.b; SBEC I; InTASC 4, 5)
Â· Demonstrate a level of skill competence needed for engaging in and teaching a variety of individual/dual sports. (SHAPE 2.a; SBEC I, VI; InTASC 4, 5)
Â· Identify relevant information related to individual/dual sports such as equipment, etiquette, safety, etc. (SHAPE 3.c, SBEC VI; InTASC 4, 5)
Â· Demonstrate and apply knowledge in planning lessons and designing appropriate learning experiences for participants. (SHAPE 3.a, 3.b; SBEC IV; InTASC 2)
Â· Demonstrate proficiency in the selection and effective use of verbal and non-verbal cues in the individual/dual sport setting, including anticipatory, motivational, safety, and education. (SHAPE 4.a, 4.b; SBEC VI)
Â· Demonstrate knowledge of strategies and techniques for adapting and individualizing instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners and persons of various ability levels. (SHAPE 1.d, 1.e, 3.d; SBEC III, V; InTASC 2, 5)\
Â· Demonstrate the ability to create a positive community that encourages learners/participants of all abilities to participate in physical activity (motivation, self-respect). (SHAPE 3.d,4.d SBEC III; InTASC 2, 5)
Â· Demonstrate the ability to teach the components of a practice session (including warm-up, drills, games, lead-up games, cool down). (SHAPE 1.a, 1.b, 3.b; SBEC VI)
Â· Demonstrate knowledge and application of a wide variety of appropriate implementation techniques (modeling, providing relevant feedback, appropriate demonstrations) to promote student learning. (SHAPE 4.c; SBEC VI) Demonstrate the ability to recognize proper and improper technique in team sports skills (SHAPE 4.e, SBEC VII)
Â· Design strategies to help students demonstrate responsible personal and social behaviors in a productive learning environment. (SHAPE 4.d; SBEC III)
Table 1: Points allocated to each assignment
Comprehensive Final Exam
Class Engagement and Participation (10 pts/day)
Activity Lesson and Presentation
Bucket of Skills (3 @ 25 pts)
Skills Assessments (3 @ 10 pts)
Engagement & Participation-This counts as 190 points of your final grade. It is NOT the same as attendance. It includes physical participation, intelligent statements and sincere questions, and clear preparation for class, including dressing out appropriately.
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