Fun Stuff for Physical Education #111 December 2, 2010
Fun Stuff for Physical Education #111
December 2, 2010

Fun Stuff for Physical Education #111
December 2, 2010

Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.com


1. Editor's Note

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Dick Moss, Editor



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Fun Stuff for Physical Education #111
December 2, 2010
1. Basketball: Rebound Angle Read Drill

Make basketball drills more efficient by having feeders practice the essential skill of predicting rebound angles. Can be used in both team practices and PE class.

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Fun Stuff for Physical Education #111
December 2, 2010
2. Coaching/Teaching: Sticky Dots Help Teach Sports Skills

Sticky dots can be used to focus your physical education students' attention on critical body parts while learning sports skills.

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Fun Stuff for Physical Education #111
December 2, 2010
3. Cross-Country Skiing: Skiers With Balance Problems Can "Hang On to the Handle"

Beginners in cross-country skiing can develop their confidence by grasping a ski pole held by two steadier skiers. Good idea for PE education class.

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Fun Stuff for Physical Education #111
December 2, 2010
4. Swimming: Eye Focus in the Front Crawl

Focus the eyes a few feet ahead on the bottom of the pool to produce the ideal head position in the freestyle stroke.

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Fun Stuff for Physical Education #111
December 2, 2010
5. Tennis: Keep-Away Teaches Doubles Concepts

A keep-away doubles game in which backcourt players attempt to hit the ball back and forth past the net players.

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Fun Stuff for Physical Education #111
December 2, 2010
6. Blog/Resources: PaceTrek Program Gets Students Moving

Our latest blog discusses a free program that encourages students to walk or jog along with an endurance athlete as he runs through the Mohave Desert and other geographical areas. Combines physical education and health activities with geography.

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