This cookbook-style guide contains more than 150 ready-to-use lesson plans - enough for every day of the school year. These classroom-tested lessons enable middle school and secondary school physical educators to present top-quality lessons and greatly reduce their planning time. Undergraduate students in professional practice will also benefit - reduced planning time means they can concentrate on refining their teaching skills. The lessons are grouped into four sections: physical fitness, major sports,. minor sports and activities, and single-day. Each lesson includes information on the purpose of the lesson, equipment and facilities needed, appropriate warm-ups, skill cues for students, teaching cues (where appropriate), main activities, and closure. All the activities in Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education are.designed to maximize students' time on task and cut down on waiting. All have been tested in actual programmes to ensure they'll work well - no extra planning time needed! And the wide range of activities helps keep students interested and motivated throughout the school year. Even veteran teachers will find many new activities and ideas that they can put to use immediately.
Dorothy B. Zakrajsek, PhD, is the director and a professor in the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Her broad background gives her a wealth of experience in secondary physical education: teaching junior and senior high school physical education, teaching physical education at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, supervising more than 200 physical education student teachers, and conducting field-based research in secondary school physical education.
Dr. Zakrajsek is the coauthor of Individualizing Physical Education: Criterion Materials, as well as 5 other books and more than 60 scholarly journal articles. She is a member of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) and led the committee that wrote the Idaho state curriculum for secondary physical education.
Lois A. Carnes, MEd, is a physical education teacher at Lewis School in Solon, Ohio. A physical educator since 1971, Carnes has taught at the elementary through undergraduate levels. She coauthored Individualizing Physical Education with Dr. Zakrajsek. Carnes frequently presents in-service programs on innovative pedagogical strategies and trends in physical education for school districts and teacher conferences.
Carnes is a member of AAHPERD; the Ohio Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (OAHPERD), which she has served as a section chairperson; and a member of Phi Delta Kappa research organization. She was selected Teacher of the Year in 1987 by the Solon City Schools and was awarded the Golden Apple Achiever Award by Ashland Oil in both 1990 and 1991 for superior teaching.
Frank E. Pettigrew, Jr., PhD, is the assistant dean in the School of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance at Kent State University, where he was previously coordinator of the sport pedagogy graduate program. Since 1972 he has taught physical education at every level and gained extensive experience teaching activities in junior high and high school settings.
Dr. Pettigrew is a fellow of the AAHPERD research consortium and a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. He also is a member of OAHPERD, for which he served as vice president in 1989.
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