Primary One Literacy. Phonics – Starting sounds. Making the Links between the Classroom & Sports Hall. The “Big Picture” of the Curriculum at Foundation & Key Stages 1. Curriculum Aim …
Phonics – Starting sounds
Making the Links between the Classroom & Sports Hall
Curriculum Aim …
The Northern Ireland Curriculum aims to empower young people to achieve their potential and to make informed and responsible decisions throughout their lives…
How can we use curricular subjects through PE to achieve this?
Why do some children do so well and others fail?
How do we keep our pupils in the most receptive state for learning?
We teach children what to learn but do
we teach children How To Learn?
Do we use different teaching styles to suit different learning methods?
How might we use the sports hall to reinforce curricular skills?
Linking physical literacy with starting sounds
Connective learning between the classroom and gymnasium
‘Children to associate a visual picture with the starting sound of word while being physically active.’
Visual aids 10% - Hear
Sounds50% - See
C 90% - Do
Making the link
Key Stage 1: P3. Teacher: Mr Paddy Hardy. Date: December/January 2012
P4 – Classroom to PE Hall & Visa Versa - Owen Mooney
Connect Learning through the Topic of Numeracy from the classroom to the PE Hall with a Focus on Multiplication & Angles
Linking PE to the Classroom through All Cross Curricular Topics
Develop Methods for Reinforcing the Topic of Multiplication through Classroom & Physical Activity Based Interactive Activities
Linking Angles through the medium of Physical Actions in the PE Hall
Thought Provoking, Creative & Innovative
School/Teacher/Children & Coach Relationships
Topic Being Covered by Mary & The Class
Multiplication – Interactive Whiteboard
Multiplication & Scoring in PE – 3 Videos
Attacking & Defending Questioning
Use of Space
The Defenders Back - 3 Videos
Connecting PE to the Classroom
Teacher & Coach Relationship
The belief is that we now live in an intelligence economy, not a knowledge economy.
It is how well people can think, solve problems, communicate and work in teams that are more important than simply how much you know.
We must provide opportunities for developing children’s Thinking Skills & Personal Capabilities
If we do not act, the obesity epidemic will continue, helping to fuel the looming health-care crisis and lowering the quality of educational achievement of our children.
There is abundant evidence that regular physical activity benefits the brains and bodies of school-aged children.