Session Objectives. To investigate the relationship between Physical Education and Sport Education. To explore methods and models of Teaching & Coaching young people. To emphasis the role of PLAY in Sport Education and Physical Education
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Increased Health and Well Being
Increased physical activity opportunities
*Opportunities to develop fundamental movement skills*
Increased Personal and Social Development
Opportunities to engage with peers in a safe environment
Increased social interaction
Enjoyment and Learning
Increased opportunity to make and create, problem solve and work as part of a team
Increased Social Capital
Promotion of active citizenship
Respect and ownership of community spaces
Locomotor skills involve the body moving in any direction from one point to another. Locomotor skills include walking, running, dodging, jumping, hopping and skipping etc.
Stability skills involve the body balancing either in one place (static) or while in motion (dynamic). Stability skills include landing, balance (static and dynamic) and rotation.
Manipulative skills involve handling and controlling objects with the hand, the foot or an implement (stick, bat or racquet). Manipulative skills include throwing and catching, striking with the hands, feet and an implement (e.g. kicking, volleying, batting and dribbling).
Learning through Play Works for all sports!
(Developing Player Technical Ability)
(Developing Player Tactical Awareness)
Phase of Play
Small Sided Game
I am aware that lots of coaches are now working in schools
“I see boys when they arrive at our academy and it seems obvious to me that despite being the best young footballers many of them are lacking in what I can only describe as basic athletic skills!”
Sir Alex Ferguson, May 2003