Teaching Fundamental Gymnastics Skills

Author: Debby Mitchell
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780736001243
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Safety tips for teaching gymnastics - Exploratory gymnastics - Foundational positions and movements - Floor exercise - Balance beam - Springboard and vault - Bars_

Teaching Basic Gymnastics

Author: Phyllis Cooper
Editor: Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780023247019
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"Teaching basic gymnastics: a coeducational approach provides methods of teaching and spotting for many beginning and some intermediate gymnastic skills. Emphasis is placed on guiding instructors in working with students in typical physical education classes. Instructors are urged to encourage students to seek their own individual levels of success rather than "perfect" performance. In most physical education classes, the typical student does not have the time to develop skills beyond the level of advanced beginner. Therefore, Teaching basic gymnastics does not address true intermediate or advanced skills. The events presented in the text include coeducational apparatus, individual and dual activities, pyramids, and modern rhythmic gymnastics. The level and number of skills presented in each teaching situation will depend on the amount of time available for the gymnastics unit and the instructor's expertise&… Throughout the text attention is given to the importance of providing a safe learning environment by way of careful inspection and proper use and placement of mats and apparatus. Class organization is also discussed."

Complete Guide To Primary Gymnastics

Author: Lindsay Broomfield
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 0736086587
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With a focus on the goals of the UK National Curriculum, shows teachers and club coaches how to develop the gymnastics skills of children in the elementary grades.

Teaching Children S Gymnastics

Author: Ilona E. Gerling
Editor: Meyer & Meyer Verlag
ISBN: 1841262765
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This is a guide to teaching children's gymnastics, from pre-school to beginner levels. It explores spotting and securing, which are two essential safety constituents when it comes to teaching and training gymnastics.

Teaching Rhythmic Gymnastics

Author: Heather C. Palmer
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780736042420
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"The open-ended approach and extensive illustrations make this resource easy to use. The book also includes ready-to-use checklists, assessment guidelines, lesson plans, word searches for vocabulary development, and routine-planning posters that you can enlarge on a copier and post in the gym." "With Teaching Rhythmic Gymnastics, you can add variety to your gymnastics and rhythmic units, start a rhythmic gymnastics club, or introduce a safe, enjoyable alternative to traditional gymnastics programs."--BOOK JACKET.

Teaching Children Gymnastics

Author: Peter H. Werner
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1450410928
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"Teaching Children Gymnastics, Third Edition," helps you teach children individual skills in three skill themes--traveling, statics, and rotation--and helps children develop sequences. It provides great material on scope and sequence for grades K to 5, guides you in creating a positive learning environment, shows you how to offer an inclusive program, and offers dozens of fun learning experiences for the kids.

Teaching Parkour Sports In School Gymnastics

Author: Sascha Rochhausen
Editor: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3842375646
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Parkour Sports combines the trend sports of parkour, freerunning and parcouring. All of these disciplines are founded on moves derived from classic gymnastics skills, which makes them eminently suitable for school sports classes. The exercises are motivational and offer scope for spontaneous variation, while the moves themselves are creative and dynamic. Since parkour is gaining steadily in popularity outside the school arena, it is all the more important that schools provide pupils with a safe and methodical learning framework, to prepare them adequately for real-life urban conditions. This handbook has been conceived as a practical guide, for which reason, all the practice movements covered are illustrated with photo sequences. Sports teachers and trainers will find that the moves contained in this book are presented and explained in a clear and easy to understand manner and require a minimum of prior preparation.Over and above this, each move is introduced with the same systematic methodology, including warm-up exercises, a game segment, and a relaxation phase. The book contains a total of seventeen complete sample lessons, all of which have been tested in actual sports lessons. Additional materials are available from the Internet, at: www.parkoursport.com.17 sample lessons covering all moves encountered in the range of parkour disciplines458 illustrations33 sketches

A Practical Guide To Teaching Gymnastics

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Editor: Coachwise 1st4sport
ISBN: 1905540388
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Kidnastics

Author: Eric Malmberg
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780736033947
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In this child-centred approach, Malmberg empowers the instructor to challenge students to improve their movement. This is achieved through manipulation of the practice environment and the sequencing of their movements into routines with partners, in threes or small groups to develop co-operation and teamwork.

Rookie Coaches Gymnastics Guide

Author: American Sport Education Program
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN:
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The Rookie Coaches Gymnastics Guideprovides a unique combination of coaching advice and gymnastics information for the entry-level gymnastics coach. This concise book presents the basic principles of coaching and shows you how to teach gymnastics skills to girls and boys. Developed by the American Coaching Effectiveness Program (now the American Sport Education Program) in cooperation with USA Gymnastics, the Rookie Coaches Gymnastics Guideis devoted to giving developing youth coaches the general coaching and specific sport information they need to be successful. This book details: - your major responsibilities as a coach, - the tools required to be an effective coach, - the communication skills necessary for coaching young gymnasts, - the steps in planning classes and teaching gymnastics skills, - the basics for preventing and caring for injuries, and - ways to protect yourself from legal liability. In addition, the book gives you essential gymnastics information, including: - an overview of the sport; - descriptions for 55 body positions, skills, and terms; - self-tests and checklists to gauge your knowledge; - extensive illustrations of basic skills; - the part-whole method of teaching gymnastics skills; - sample lesson plans; and - warm-up stretches. The book also presents six lessons that feature a floor plan for apparatuses, time allotments for each skill, illustrations of proper techniques, and safety and teaching tips. Lessons cover topics such as balance, moving backward, strength development, coordination, flexibility, and muscular endurance. By combining the fundamentals of coaching and gymnastics in one resource, the Rookie Coaches Gymnastics Guideprovides all the basic information entry-level gymnastics coaches and instructors need to make their coaching experience safe, successful, and enjoyable. USA Gymnastics is proud to use the Rookie Coaches Gymnastics Guidein its Professional Development Program--workshops, clinics, and seminars that prepare coaches and instructors for the responsibilities of teaching children sport skills.

Primary School Gymnastics

Author: Lawry Price
Editor: David Fulton Pub
ISBN: 1853469513
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Primary School Gymnastics presents themed activities appropriate for infant, junior and upper junior levels, and shows how teachers can plan to use these in structured schemes of work. This book offers practical help for teachers in this vital area, and focuses on enabling individual children to succeed at their own level.

Teaching Gymnastics And Body Control

Author: Elizabeth Mauldon
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Teaching Children S Gymnastics

Author: Ilona E. Gerling
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ISBN: 1841269379
File Size: 45,40 MB
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This is the first book that explains why spotting is valuable, how spotting can be developed methodically and how children spotting each other is supposed to look. Spotting and securing are two essential safety constituents when it comes to teaching and training gymnastics. Teaching Children's Gymnastics takes a close look at what spotting and securing really means and how it must be done. It is a new, revolutionary teaching idea, which gets even the youngest children to learn how to spot each other safely. Containing step-by-step instructions for teaching children to spot each other, as well as hundreds of examples and suggestions for interactive and spotting gymnastic exercises, Teaching Children's Gymnastics is an invaluable resource for all teachers, coaches, day camp leaders and others who work with children.

Artistic Gymnastics A Comprehensive Guide To Performing And Teaching Skills For Beginners And Advanced Beginners

Author: Fred Turoff
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A Plea For The Compulsory Teaching Of The Elements Of Physical Education In Our National Elementary Schools Or The Claims Of Physical Education To Rank With Reading Writing And Arithmetic

Author: Mathias Roth
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Teaching And Coaching Gymnastics For Men And Women

Author: James Rollar Brown
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN:
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A Comparison Of Two Methods Of Teaching Gymnastics

Author: Yvonne Patricia Ziegler
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